Stephanie York - Director, Business Office Operations
is a seasoned healthcare management veteran with over 30 years experience in the industry.
Stephanie's Health Inventures career started more than nine years ago as the Business Office Consultant.
quickly identified the need for a coding service to streamline the overall billing process and maximize client revenue.
Once the coding department was well established, her
focus shifted to efficient operations in key areas including, scheduling, registration, coding/billing, accounts receivable and medical records.
is instrumental in facility business office implementation, operations, management and staff education.
Stephanie is a liaison for federal billing guidelines, OIG Work Plan, RAC, revenue stream management, and vendor relationships; and supports materials management, insuring billable ancillaries are identified and captured
Previously, Stephanie served as the Director of Billing and Reimbursement for a private 250 bed skilled care facility that included 15 Medicare beds and a fully functional Alzheimer's unit.
worked closely with hospital management and physicians to create and manage a successful CBO within a newly organized MSO.
managed all facets of the revenue life cycle and client financials, and grew transcription, coding, and billing services for over 70 physicians.
The CBO also processed billing for outpatient lab and multiple hospital ancillary services to include anesthesia providers.
From there she moved into physician practice administration for a large multi-specialty, multi-location group practice and eventually business office manager for a specialty orthopedic hospital.
Stephanie is a member of the American Academy of Professional Coders and Ambulatory Surgery Center Association.
studied Business Administration from New Mexico State University and Long Term Care
Administration from Kansas City Kansas Community College
She is a Certified Professional Coder and a Certified Outpatient Hospital /Facility Coder.
Favorite Quote: He
who stops being better stops being good.