American Family Children's Hospital

Chartwell Midwest Wisconsin Employment Opportunities

Chartwell Midwest Wisconsin prides itself on hiring only the highest-quality clinicians and staff. We offer competitive wages, flexible scheduling, great benefits, a casual dress environment and the ability to work with an outstanding team.


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Chartwell Midwest Wisconsin

2241 Pinehurst Drive
Middleton, WI 53562
Attn: Human Resources
Fax: (608) 664-6191



We are currently recruiting candidates for the following positions:


Admissions Coordinator/Nurse Clinician (full-time)


Position summary: This position is responsible for coordinating the referral/admission process for home infusion patients, as well as providing direct and indirect nursing care to patients receiving home infusion. Duties include the coordination of activities related to the home infusion admissions process such as extensive on-going interaction with patients, physicians, referral sources and community agencies, as well as direct home health visits and PIV insertions. There is on-call responsibility with this role.


Education/experience: Valid State of Wisconsin RN license required. BSN preferred. Two years of acute care, home health or infusion nursing experience required. Prior discharge planning experience is preferred. Must have excellent organizational, interpersonal, communication and customer service skills.


Patient Account Representative (PAR)


Position summary: Chartwell Wisconsin is currently hiring for a full-time Healthcare Billing and Collections Representative. This individual will be responsible for billing and collections activities, including processing insurance claims, performing collections calls, following up on aging accounts and other reimbursement activities.


Education/experience: High school diploma or equivalent is required. Two years reimbursement and/or insurance experience, as well as experience with infusion, home health or DME, is preferred. Effective communication and basic computer skills are essential. Candidates must be organized and have the ability to work within a team setting in a fast-paced environment.


Team Support/Patient Operations Coordinator


Position summary: Responsible for the intake of new patient referrals and data collection, entry and distribution, as well as coordinating the referral process for patients in need of DME equipment and services. Responsibilities include benefit verification, collection of patient data, pre-authorization and referral of DME services to community-based agencies, and claim resolution. On-call responsibilities are included with this position.


Education/experience: Candidates will have experience with home health and/or durable medical equipment and an understanding of commercial insurance and Medicare/Medicaid coverage criteria. He or she will provide helpful guidance, timely assistance, and an extraordinary level of care to patients and health system partners. Excellent verbal and written communication skills, strong attention to detail, and self-direction are required, as are interest and enthusiasm in continuous quality and process improvement.