We believe that all children have potential. We are guided by the mission to support children with special needs to Achieve Beyond their current abilities. We are always striving for continuous improvement by setting goals and measuring performance. It is the reason we will succeed together.
Achieve Beyond provides pediatric therapy and educational services to children, students, and families throughout the United States. Our evaluations and services are provided across New York State (including the five boroughs of New York City, the Hudson Valley, and Long Island), the greater Los Angeles, California region, Florida, and the Virginia/Maryland/DC area. We specialize in conducting initial evaluations and providing ongoing services, in the predominant language of the patient, in both home and community settings.
The EI Administrative Coordinator is responsible for maintaining records management and assisting to ensure therapists provide sessions in accordance with the child’s IFSP.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
Ensuring CPSE, CSE, and EI hard copy is up to date
Ensuring CPSE and CSE Evaluations e-filing is up to date
Ensuring EI E-filing is up to date
Outreach to external referral sources, approximately 20 calls a week.
Accepting NYEIS Authorizations
Entering IFSP Goals from the NYEIS system into Service Enrollments
Receive and process all therapy notes submitted by therapists.
Ensuring all on-holds are corrected and follows up on pending/missing notes
Conducts provider initial orientations/re-fresher’s
Creation of EI therapists provider emails
Liaison for providers and office staff
Monitor and maintain positive employee morale for office staff and providers
Follow-up with providers continuously, conduct heavy e-mail and phone contact with therapists as well as office staff.
Work closely with internal departments and providers to ensure services and required documentation are completed and submitted according to EI rules and regulations, and received in a timely manner.
Provide coverage for the front desk when the receptionist is on lunch, break, and PTO
When receptionist is on break and lunch, will cover all phone calls
When receptionist is out on PTO, will be responsible for:
Answer phones and distribute faxes, UPS, and other deliveries as necessary
Open, stamp and distribute mail
Maintain postage machine
Organization and distribution of testing materials
Other duties as assigned by manager
Education and/or Work Experience Requirements:
Billing experience preferred
Bilingual Spanish preferred
Qualifications and Other Requirements:
Strong Interpersonal /Customer service skills
Attention to detail
Experience with Microsoft Excel, outlook
Paid time off
Short-term, long-term disability, life insurance
401k with matching contribution and more!