Non-clinical Healthcare

Whether you’re a non-clinical healthcare job seeker looking to ignite your career, or a hiring manager looking for the ideal non-clinical professional, you’ve come to the right spot.

Job Seekers

Land a great non-clinical healthcare job

Fueled by an aging population and new technologies, healthcare is booming. And that means hospitals and medical offices will need more billers, coders, managers and other non-clinical talent. Whatever your specialty, we can help you find the opportunity you’ve always wanted.

Non-clinical healthcare jobs we fill

There’s not a temp or perm job we don’t hire for. Regardless of your experience—from a couple of years to a couple of decades—and your education level—from a technical degree to a master’s degree—we’ll find you a fitting opportunity.

  • Medical Biller
  • Medical Coding Manager
  • Insurance Claims Examiner
  • Health Information Manager
  • Patient Accounts Supervisor
  • Reimbursement Specialist
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Advice for getting a non-clinical healthcare job

Even with a relatively low unemployment rate and significant growth in non-clinical healthcare job openings, landing the one you want isn’t a breeze. You still have a search to conduct, a resume to write and an interview to nail, all while facing competition from other candidates.

The thing is, if you have the right connections, get your foot in the door and carefully prepare for interviews, you’ll eventually receive a competitive offer that fits your skills, career goals and even personality. Of course, we’re happy to help you receive that offer sooner rather than later.

It’s smart to prepare for these interview questions

  • Why are you looking for a new job?
  • Why does our office appeal to you?
  • Why are you a good fit for this non-clinical position?
  • How do you handle disgruntled patients? Provide an example.
  • How has technology changed non-clinical healthcare? Provide an example.

Know the non-clinical healthcare salary you should make

Several factors determine pay, including the job description, employer size and location. Regardless, you should earn an appropriate salary. Non-clinical compensation ranges from hourly pay of under $20 per hour to salaries over $50,000. Use our salary calculator to know what you should earn.

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Employers

Hire your next non-clinical healthcare pro

The more demand for healthcare, the more your business grows—meaning you’ll inevitably need additional front- and back-office non-clinical professionals. When that time comes, whether it’s now or later, we’ll connect you with candidates who can code, file, manage, review and do whatever else you need.

Non-clinical healthcare staffing

A fairly low professional unemployment rate plus “much faster than average” job growth (per the Bureau of Labor Statistics) for this area means it’s a challenge to recruit, hire and retain top non-clinical healthcare talent. In fact, today’s talent shortage could get even worse.

This means you have to work harder and smarter when it comes to recruiting. You must be clever to find fitting candidates. You must offer competitive salaries and positive cultures to land them. And you must provide appealing opportunities to keep them.

Fortunately, we can help you with all of that, particularly the part about finding fitting candidates in a tough labor market.

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Some of the positions we fill

  • Medical Biller

    Reviews billing data to ensure amounts and account numbers are accurate, while possessing working knowledge of coding and medical forms.

  • Medical Coding Manager

    Supervises coding staff and trains employees to ensure that the hospital receives appropriate reimbursement and conforms to regulations.

  • Insurance Claims Examiner

    Reviews, evaluates and processes claims and makes recommendations for resolutions.

  • Health Information Manager

    In charge of managing the customer information center staff, activity and goals.

  • Patient Accounts Supervisor

    Supervises credit, collection, insurance and billing clerks within an inpatient and/or outpatient accounting office.

  • Reimbursement Specialist

    Reviews appropriateness of CPT-4 and ICD-10 coding and determines if care provided corresponds to charges submitted.

Questions? Ask us.

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