Billing Representative Denials (FT, 40 Hours)

We are looking for a Billing Rep, Denials (40 hours per week) in our Elmwood Park, NJ location.

Schedule: 8:30AM-5:00PM Monday-Friday


Responsible for processing denied insurance claims


Duties may include but are not necessarily limited to the following:

  • Under general supervision, follows established company policies and procedures and applies acquired job skills.
  • Performs functions that require full knowledge of general aspects of the job.
  • Works on assignments that are semi-routine in nature, but recognizes the need for occasional deviation from accepted practice.
  • Contacts are typically with individuals within own department and occasionally with contacts outside own organization. Contacts involve obtaining or providing information or data requiring some explanation or interpretation.
  • Perform and provide assistance to the department personnel with more general support tasks that require a better understanding of functions, as directed by immediate supervisor.
  • Using government insurance carrier website to determine the cause of denial
  • Calling insurance companies to research the reason for a denial
  • Seeks for assistance with more complex denials from Leads and the manager
  • Resolves routine denial issues and resubmits the claims
  • Ensures the accuracy of insurance documentation by comparing patient information on a lab requisition and insurance carrier website
  • Special projects as assigned
  • Other duties as assigned.


HS degree


  • 1-2 years of experience in medical billing from a hospital or doctor's office
  • Good computer skills, including internet search and Microsoft
  • Knowledge of ICD 10, CPT and HCPCS Knowledge of government reimbursement rules
  • Ability to excel in fast paced environment
  • Attention to detail
  • Ability to read and understand EOBs and denial codes
  • Electronic claim filing knowledge is preferred.
  • Efficient in Excel
BioReference Laboratories is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

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