Location: Minneapolis, Minnesota
Employment Type: Full Time
Team: Health Plan Administration
Hi, we’re Gravie. Our mission is to improve the way people purchase and access healthcare through innovative, consumer-centric health benefit solutions that people can actually use. Our industry-changing products and services are developed and delivered by a diverse group of unique people. We encourage you to be your authentic self - we like you that way.
We’re looking for a Stop Loss Claims Examiner to join our team. The primary responsibilities for this position include reviewing and paying Stop Loss claims accurately and awesomely for a quickly growing and innovative insurance company..
• Examine and evaluate Specific Stop Loss claim submissions according to Stop Loss Claims procedures and methodology
• Ensure that Stop Loss Claims are paid correctly under the terms of the Stop Loss Policy and Underlying Plan
• Communicate payment and denial decisions in a clear and professional manner
• Appropriately escalate difficult issues up the chain of command
• Provide outstanding customer service and collaborate with other departments, management, and external partners
• Demonstrate commitment to our core competencies of being authentic, curious, creative, empathetic and outcome oriented.
**You bring: **
• Bachelor’s Degree or equivalent work experience
• 5 + years of substantial experience in processing Medical Claims
• Working knowledge of insurance terminology and medical coding
• Demonstrated problem-solving, organizational, and analytical skills
• Excellent communication skills
• Ability to work independently, prioritize workloads, and multi-task
**Extra credit: **
• Previous experience with Stop Loss claims
Competitive pay is standard. Our unique benefits program is the gravy, i.e., the special sauce that sets our compensation package apart. In addition to standard benefits, Gravie’s package includes alternative medicine coverage, flexible PTO, 16 weeks paid parental leave, paid holidays, cell phone reimbursement, education reimbursement, and 1 week of paid paw-ternity leave just to name a few.