Content Analyst I

About Rialtic

Rialtic is an innovative enterprise software platform that enhances the capabilities of health insurers and healthcare providers, allowing them to manage their most crucial business operations efficiently. 

Established in 2020, Rialtic is supported by prominent investors such as Oak HC/FT, F-Prime Capital, Health Velocity Capital, and Noro-Moseley Partners. Our flagship payment accuracy solution centralizes previously outsourced functions, empowering health insurance companies to take full command of their operational processes. We collaborate with leading healthcare insurers and providers, addressing a critical $1 trillion challenge to reduce expenses, boost efficiency, and elevate the quality of care. To learn more about how we're driving innovation in healthcare, visit us at

Our Commitment 

Rialtic champions diversity, believing our collective strength is harnessed through inclusivity. We encourage applications from individuals of all backgrounds, as part of our commitment to creating an environment where diverse perspectives are valued and nurtured.

We prioritize innovation, problem-solving, and the tangible value each team member brings to our mission. Here, you won’t find rigid career ladders or title inflation — instead, we focus on creating opportunities for growth. To solve meaningful problems and make decisions that influence real change.

The Role

In the role of Healthcare Content Analyst, you will make and update claims editing rules based on correct coding guidelines from official sources such as Medicare, Medicaid and CPT/AMA. The rules or logics that you contribute to will prevent claims overpayments. You will participate in the life cycle of claims editing rules including design and maintenance. As part of this  role, you will collaborate with leading minds in payment accuracy and healthcare technology.

Core Responsibilities

  • Analyze healthcare policies to develop claims editing rules that our engineering team will program
  • Convert reference source documents into technical specifications, collaborating with developers to implement these into functional software.
  • Create unit tests to verify the accuracy and functionality of the software edits
  • Apply correct coding guidelines to accurately create prepayment claims edits
  • Update edits as updates to reference source documents are published.

What We Are Looking For

  • A Bachelor’s Degree in Healthcare Administration or equivalent professional experience
  • Knowledge in medical coding terminology, coding guidelines, and healthcare policy
  • Proficient with technical tools including Google Workspace, Jira, and Slack
  • Strong collaborative skills, capable of effective interdepartmental communication
  • Ability to work independently, driven by self-motivation in remote or hybrid settings (hybrid in Atlanta).


  • Experience in healthcare policy and claims editing
  • Recognized coding or billing credentials (e.g., CPC-A).
  • A hybrid setup from our Atlanta office, or remote work flexible , we enable you to balance your professional and personal life effectively.

Rialtic Values

  • High Integrity - Do the right thing. Provide candid feedback. Be humble and respectful.
  • Customer Value Comes First - Delivering value to customers is our North Star.
  • Work as One Team - Collaborative, inclusive environment to advance our mission.
  • Be Bold & Accountable - Speak up. Take accountability. Continually improve.
  • Pursuit of Excellence - Innovate, iterate and chase the best possible outcomes.
  • Take Care of Self & Others - Prioritize health & well-being for yourself and your teammates.

Benefits Include

We value the health, happiness, and continuous growth of our employees. Our comprehensive benefits package is designed to provide dynamic support across various aspects of our employees' lives, ensuring they can thrive both professionally and personally.

  • Competitive Salary and Meaningful Equity.
  • Comprehensive Health Plans covering medical, dental, and vision needs.
  • Wellness Reimbursements for maintaining physical health.
  • Access to top-tier mental health services.
  • Flexible Vacation Policy with Unlimited PTO.

For more details about our benefits or to discuss how we can accommodate your needs, please contact us at for accommodations.  us. 

Salary Transparency
We are committed to equitable compensation and regularly review our salary ranges to ensure they reflect market standards and internal fairness.

Non-Discrimination Policy
Rialtic is dedicated to fostering a workplace where everyone is treated with respect and dignity. We do not discriminate on any basis protected by law.

Join Our Team
We'd love to hear from you if you’re passionate about using your skills to make a tangible impact in healthcare technology. Embrace the opportunity to grow professionally and personally in a company that values your well-being and professional development. Please contact us directly for more information or inquiries about our DEI practices at

Don’t meet every single requirement?  

Studies have shown that women and people of color are less likely to apply to jobs unless they meet every single qualification. If you’re excited about this role but your past experience doesn’t align perfectly with every qualification in the job description, we encourage you to apply anyway. You may be just the right candidate for this or other roles.


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