Revenue Cycle Manager (FT)

AMI Healthcare

We are seeking a qualified Revenue Cycle Manager to join for a new 120-bed tertiary care private hospital in Al Baha, Saudi Arabia.
This position requires relocation to Al Baha.


Reporting to the Chief Financial Officer. The Revenue Cycle Manager’s (“RCM”) overall responsibility is to manage the Account Services, Revenue and Payments for the hospital under AMI Healthcare and report timely and accurately within the organization. This includes but is not limited to, registration, coding, estimates, collections for self-pay services, account initiation and coordination, claims submission, fee schedule maintenance, denials and customer service for hospital and professional billing.


  • Ensure that all claims, denials, and appeals are efficiently processed, and for resolving billing-related issues.
  • Manage the pricing of services in coordination with Senior Management.
  • Work to minimize debt, improve cash flow, and effectively manage the account receivable process.
  • Work with clinical leadership as needed to coordinate client accounts and services.
  • Communicate with clinical and revenue leadership regarding analysis of services and discovered issues resulting in denials, or process improvements needed for workflow.
  • Be the primary contact for all matters relating to patient billing and patient revenue.
  • Stay up to date with coding and hospital revenue trends and will manage all revenue cycle personnel including billers, coders, teams, and admission / discharge personnel.
  • Responsible for day-to-day supervision and development activities, including training.
  • Performs other tasks and activities as needed or directed.

Qualifications, Experience & Knowledge
  • Bachelor’s degree in business, healthcare administration or equivalent from an accredited college.
  • Ten (10) years’ medical billing / patient financial services experience including five (5) years’ in a supervisory position.
  • Previous experience with revenue cycle management in the Middle East and particular in Saudi Arabia is preferred with understanding of the local customs.
  • Demonstrated knowledge of coding and billing is preferred.
  • Knowledge of professional fee billing, reimbursement and third-party payor regulations and medical terminology is required.
  • Working knowledge of regulatory requirements pertaining to healthcare operations and their impact on operations.
Skills, Abilities & Behaviors:
  • Strong problem-solving skills and ability to make timely decisions.
  • Strong attention to detail.
  • Excellent interpersonal & communication skills.
  • Good organizational & administrative skills.
  • Demonstrates ability to set priorities.
  • Demonstrates flexibility and dependability.
  • Ensures accuracy and completeness of work performed.
  • Ability to work effectively in a multi-cultural environment.
  • Maintains a professional image of self.
    • Arrives to work dressed in a professional manner.
    • Adheres to organization’s attendance and timeliness policy.
    • Notifies supervisor of inability to arrive to work on time or of the need to leave earlier than established schedule in a timely manner.
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About AMI Healthcare:

AMI Healthcare™ is a leading hospital management company specializing in the design, build and operations of international hospitals and healthcare facilities. We have over 35 years of experience in the international healthcare industry providing services for development, management, hospital commissioning, recruitment, and operations of hospitals from North America to the Middle East and Asia.

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