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Kindbody values our employees and wants to do everything to ensure that our employees are happy and professionally fulfilled, but also that they have the opportunity to be healthy.  We are committed to providing a number of affordable and valuable health and wellness benefits to our full-time employees, such as paid vacation and sick time; paid time off to vote; medical, dental and vision insurance; FSA + HSA options; Company-paid life insurance; Short Term + Long Term Disability options; Paid Parental Leave (up to 12 weeks fully paid dependent on years of service); 401k plans; equity offering, monthly guided meditation and two free cycles of IVF/IUI or egg freezing and free egg storage for as long as you are employed

Additional benefits, such as paid holidays, commuter transit benefits, job training & development opportunities, social events and wellness programming are also available.  We are constantly reevaluating our benefits to ensure they meet the needs of our employees.

In an effort to protect our employees and our patients, Kindbody strongly encourages all employees to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19. However, some states are requiring that all healthcare workers be fully vaccinated. Candidates seeking employment at Kindbody in the following states will be required to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 and provide proof of your COVID-19 vaccine prior to your start date of employment: New York. All other states are exempt from this requirement. If you cannot receive the COVID-19 vaccine because of a qualifying legal reason, you may request an exception to this requirement from the Company. If this is a remote position, the requirement would not apply.

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RCM Enrollment/Administrative Specialist 

Monday-Friday, onsite at 333 S Desplaines St, Chicago, IL 60661

About Kindbody
Kindbody is the leading fertility clinic network and global family-building benefits provider
for employers, offering the full spectrum of reproductive care from preconception to
postpartum through menopause. Kindbody is the trusted fertility benefits provider for 132
leading employers, covering almost 2.9 million lives. As the fertility benefits provider,
technology platform, and direct provider of care, Kindbody delivers a seamless, integrated
experience with superior health outcomes at lower cost, making fertility care more affordable
and accessible for all. Kindbody has raised $315 million in debt and equity funding from
leading investors, including Perceptive Advisors, JP Morgan Chase’s Morgan Health, GV
(formerly Google Ventures), RRE Ventures, Claritas Health Ventures, Rock Springs Capital,
Distributed Ventures, Whatif Ventures and TQ Ventures. Visit www.kindbody.com. and follow
us on Instagram, X, and Linkedin.
Kindbody’s clinically managed program covers the full spectrum of reproductive health,
including both female and male fertility, which encompasses fertility assessments and
education, fertility preservation, genetic testing, in vitro fertilization (IVF), donor and
surrogacy services, and adoption, as well as a full continuum of reproductive care including
physical, mental, and emotional support.
About the Role
As Revenue Cycle Management Enrollment/Administrative Specialist reporting to our
Charge Master Manager, you will be working in a fast-paced, rapidly growing environment
where you will be relied on for your expertise, professionalism, and collaboration in working
with getting our new Payers enrolled for electronic billing & payments and enrolling our new
providers with Managed Care commercial payers.

 Monthly run the EFT summary reports from the Billing system and ensure 90% EFT
 Submit and follow up on EFT/ERA enrollment paperwork on a timely basis.
 Review weekly deposits for payers that can be enrolled with EFT/ERA and complete
required submissions.
 Report back to Management issues/trends related to EFT/ERA enrollments.
 Responsible for obtaining payer website access for all RCM staff.
 Works with RCM Managers to ensure all employees have proper access to MCO
websites and assists when there is access issues to the sites.
 Maintains company wide roster of MCO payer sites and who has access to each site.
 Assists with the processing of daily deposits. Ensures timely deposits and scanning of
deposit files.
 Assists with the mailing of all RCM related correspondence to assist in getting claims
paid by MCO payers.

 Responsible for the annual W9 updates and providing to MCO payers as needed.
 Assist RCM Management with other administrative duties as needed.
Who You Are

 Associate degree in healthcare administration, business administration, or a related
field, or relevant experience.
 2 years or more years of prior Revenue Cycle Management experience, or equivalent
 Prior experience working with MCO payer enrollments preferred.
 Prior experience completing MCO EFT/ERA paperwork preferred.
 Must be able to interact and communicate with individuals at all levels of the
 Must have knowledge of a variety of computer software applications in word
processing, spreadsheets, database, and presentation software (MSWord, Excel,
 Must have a high level of interpersonal skills to handle sensitive and confidential
situations. Position continually requires demonstrated poise, tact and diplomacy. 
 Continual attention to detail in composing, typing, and proofing materials,
establishing priorities and meeting deadlines. 
 Must be able to work in a fast-paced environment with demonstrated ability to juggle
multiple competing tasks and demands.

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