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Emcare is a leading provider of physician services for emergency departments, inpatient physician services, inpatient radiology management programs, acute care surgery and
anesthesiology services. Founded in 1972, EmCare has more than 1,000
exclusive contracts with client hospitals in nearly 42 states. We have an excellent opportunity for a Financial Analyst Associate to join our team
This position assists and supports the Divisional Finance Manager/Director with various tasks including monthly close reviews, variance and other ad hoc analyses and payroll reviews.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities :
:Performs monthly accounting responsibilities for assigned contracts:
:Analyzes information received from Division billing coordinator team and/or billing company information to inform current month estimate of volume.
:Analyzes information received from scheduling system to inform current month estimate of provider coverage.
:Evaluates CPV changes received from billing company to understand impacts of changes in payor mix, acuity, collections, and fee schedule changes for commercial patients, etc. Reviews CPV summary received from Corporate Accounting to ensure that changes on latest billing company close cycle are accurate and that rate used for current month estimate is reasonable.
:Evaluates provider compensation rates for regular fees to ensure that current month estimate is accurate using the following:
:Latest trends based on payroll processed during the month
:Changes in contracted rates for practice
:Changes in providers scheduled such as use of Locums, PT providers, physician coverage of MLP shifts
:Evaluates physician bonus accruals to ensure monthly expense contained in estimate file is accurate given type of plan and key drivers. Ensures that prior month's accruals that have not been paid out are adjusted as needed to reflect results of actual results for revenue, provider compensation and other expenses (i.e. the non:estimate portion of accrued bonus expense is accurate and complete).
:Ensures that increased compensation is recorded accurately based on information received from scheduling department : reviews information from scheduling to ensure information appears reasonable given information obtained to determine average provider compensation rate.
:Ensures that director fees are adequately accrued for in estimate file and reflect latest compensation agreements.
:Reconciles balance sheet accounts, revenue accounts and prepare monthly support schedules and account analysis.
:Reviews payroll costing report for assigned locations to ensure that provider compensation is reflected in appropriate GL account given pay element and that providers are appropriately coded to the correct contract for each work assignment. Also ensures that reported provider hours are accurate. Proposes journal entries as needed to adjust and/or reclassify financial amounts and/or hours of coverage.
:Prepares subsidy billing information and sends to billing team in Dallas; for locations not able to be billed in concurrent month, ensures that estimate file reflects accurate accrual for subsidy revenue. Follows up on unbilled subsidy in following month to ensure that accurate bill is calculated and sent to hospital for payment as appropriate.
:Ensures all outstanding accruals that have not been settled are up:to:date based on latest information.
:Completes monthly journal entries as needed and sends to Corporate Accounting to posts. Reviews entries posted by Corporate Accounting to ensure that entry recorded correctly.
:Reconciles balance sheet accounts and prepares monthly support schedules and account analysis.
:Performs financial analysis on assigned contracts
:Reviews all significant variances in the following areas relative to trend and/or budget/forecast.
:As part of monthly closing responsibilities, provides written commentary on as


• Location: Dallas

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