West Hills Hospital is a 95-bed acute care inpatient psychiatric hospital located in Reno, Nevada, specializing in behavioral healthcare and substance abuse treatment options for children, adolescents, adults and seniors.Â Our facility maintains a full-time medical staff of psychiatrists to oversee programs, patients and care.Â This ensures you or your loved one will always be in the hands of a professional medical service provider and will receive the most evidence based care available.Â West Hills Hospital is JCAHO accredited and is the only facility licensed in northern Nevada to treat children and adolescents.
Founded in 1978, Universal Health Services, Inc. (UHS)* is one of the nationâ€™s largest and most respected healthcare management companies, operating through its subsidiaries-acute care hospitals, behavioral health facilities and ambulatory centers nationwide.Â With more than 74,000 people employed by UHS subsidiaries, UHSâ€™s business strategy is to continue to grow by building or purchasing healthcare facilities across the country, while continuing to strengthen UHSâ€™s well-reputed franchise with its customary exceptional service and effective cost control.Â Our success is driven by a service philosophy based on integrity, competence, compassion, and a responsive management style.
UHS has been recognized as a Fortune 500 company and is listed as one of Fortuneâ€™s Most Admired Companies.
The Business Office Manager/Director (BOM) is responsible for providing leadership and direction for the Business Office and Accounts Receivable Management services of West Hills Hospital and Willow Spring Center and related services.Â This responsibility includes managing the services in a manner which will contribute to the achievement of hospital financial and clinical goals and which promotes the development of teamwork and effective operations throughout the hospital.Â It is the BOMâ€™s responsibility to manage the department in a manner which enables the hospital to achieve its cash collection and accounts receivable goals.
The BOMâ€™s responsibilities include management of the business office staff and related functions, including admitting, billing, and collection/follow-up, in a manner that will ensure development of an effective Business Office and Accounts Receivable Management department.Â The BOM is responsible for appropriately utilizing a combination of staff and external resources in a manner which will most effectively achieve hospital financial objectives.
The BOM is responsible for developing and maintaining a thorough, current knowledge of industry standards and payer requirements.Â The BOM will discharge responsibilities in a manner which will enable the hospital to achieve and maintain integrity and compliance with known payer requirements.Â And, that services are reflected accurately in and through all business office related reports, claims, billings and statements.
The BOM is responsible for providing leadership to ensure that the business office staff is properly trained and directed to maintain compliance in all aspects of the hospitalâ€™s business office operation and services.Â The BOMâ€™s responsibilities require focus on mutually agreed upon objectives and corporate defined policies and procedures to ensure that business office operations are implemented according to policy and in a manner which will result in consistent and accurate financial reporting.