We take care of our employees and help them take care of themselves too with a generous amount of paid time off, paid holidays and flexible work hours, keeping employee productivity and satisfaction high.
When you join IPG your not just becoming an employee but a member of the team. As we constantly push the boundaries of what’s possible within our industry, collaboration and team work are keys to our success. Our quarterly meetings are designed to reveal the big picture of company progress, achievements and new goals so everyone stays updated and focused on growing the business together.
On a day to day basis we definitely get down to business but in a relaxed, business casual office environment. Our EAC committee ensures the connected company culture and communication is running strong, while also planning fun events and volunteer time, bringing the team closer together.
The Pre-bill Auditor role is responsible for auditing complex claim elements in a very detailed and thorough manner to improve clean claim submission and reduce preventable post-adjudication denials. Responsibilities include: reviewing demographics, insurance information, provider identification information, diagnoses, revenue / CPT / HCPCS codes and comparing to the charge sheet for accuracy and completeness. Communicates findings to Director of Receivables to ensure applicable staff are made aware of pre-bill audit findings so improvements can be made. Works under minimal supervision, may adapt procedures, processes and techniques to meet the more complex requirements of the position.
The PreSurgery Specialist’s primary responsibility is to contact patients prior to surgical procedures to explain IPGs involvement in their care, IPGs billing processes and to validate insurance/demographic information.
The Data Analyst will perform statistical analyses as assigned with a focus on developing and implementing data analytics strategies and expanding actionable analytic activities throughout the business.
The Senior Database Administrator is responsible for database operations and reporting standards, function, and efficiency. Key knowledge areas include extensive experience with enterprise environmental growth, a strong working knowledge of ETL scripting, transactional and data warehouse systems, job scheduling, deployments and system maintenance.
The Systems Administrator I provide support and customer service to associates using company supported computer applications and platforms to ensure maximum uptime and access to software applications. Troubleshoots problems and advises on the appropriate action.
The Director of Health Informatics & Analytics is responsible for the direction and oversight of analytics and reporting and research to support financial and client reporting, product development and business strategy.