How much does a Billing Analyst I make in Connecticut? The average Billing Analyst I salary in Connecticut is $58,942 as of March 26, 2024, but the range typically falls between $50,563 and $68,858. Salary ranges can vary widely depending on the city and many other important factors, including education, certifications, additional skills, the number of years you have spent in your profession.

Billing Analyst I Salaries by Percentile
Percentile Salary Location Last Updated
10th Percentile Billing Analyst I Salary $42,935 CT March 26, 2024
25th Percentile Billing Analyst I Salary $50,563 CT March 26, 2024
50th Percentile Billing Analyst I Salary $58,942 CT March 26, 2024
75th Percentile Billing Analyst I Salary $68,858 CT March 26, 2024
90th Percentile Billing Analyst I Salary $77,886 CT March 26, 2024
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What skills does a Billing Analyst I need?

Each competency has five to ten behavioral assertions that can be observed, each with a corresponding performance level (from one to five) that is required for a particular job.

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Customer Service: Customer service is the provision of service to customers before, during and after a purchase. The perception of success of such interactions is dependent on employees "who can adjust themselves to the personality of the guest". Customer service concerns the priority an organization assigns to customer service relative to components such as product innovation and pricing. In this sense, an organization that values good customer service may spend more money in training employees than the average organization or may proactively interview customers for feedback. From the point of view of an overall sales process engineering effort, customer service plays an important role in an organization's ability to generate income and revenue. From that perspective, customer service should be included as part of an overall approach to systematic improvement. One good customer service experience can change the entire perception a customer holds towards the organization.

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Medical Billing: Medical billing is a payment practice within the United States health system. The process involves a healthcare provider submitting, following up on, and appealing claims with health insurance companies in order to receive payment for services rendered; such as testing, treatments, and procedures. The same process is used for most insurance companies, whether they are private companies or government sponsored programs: Medical coding reports what the diagnosis and treatment were, and prices are applied accordingly. Medical billers are encouraged, but not required by law, to become certified by taking an exam such as the CMRS Exam, RHIA Exam, CPB Exam and others. Certification schools are intended to provide a theoretical grounding for students entering the medical billing field. Some community colleges in the United States offer certificates, or even associate degrees, in the field. Those seeking advancement may be cross-trained in medical coding or transcription or auditing, and may earn a bachelor's or graduate degree in medical information science and technology.

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Accounts Payable: Accounts payable (AP) is money owed by a business to its suppliers shown as a liability on a company's balance sheet. It is distinct from notes payable liabilities, which are debts created by formal legal instrument documents.

Customer Service 3.56%
Medical Billing 1.65%
Accounts Payable 0.72%
Others 94.07%

Job Description for Billing Analyst I

Billing Analyst I assists with the design and implementation of billing processes that ensure timely and accurate billing of customers. Ensures that invoices accurately reflect terms and conditions agreed to by the organization and comply with governmental rules and regulations. Being a Billing Analyst I investigates and resolves billing discrepancies and errors. Recommends improvements to billing process. Additionally, Billing Analyst I may monitor customer accounts for timely payments and provide reports to management on overdue accounts. Typically requires a bachelor's degree in a related area or equivalent. Typically reports to a manager or supervisor. The Billing Analyst I work is closely managed. Works on projects/matters of limited complexity in a support role. To be a Billing Analyst I typically requires 0-2 years of related experience. (Copyright 2024 Salary.com)... View full job description

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Location New London, CT Avg. Salary $58,503 Date Updated March 26, 2024
Location Norwich, CT Avg. Salary $58,612 Date Updated March 26, 2024
Location West Haven, CT Avg. Salary $59,216 Date Updated March 26, 2024
Location Abington, CT Avg. Salary $57,954 Date Updated March 26, 2024
Location Amston, CT Avg. Salary $58,667 Date Updated March 26, 2024
Location Andover, CT Avg. Salary $58,887 Date Updated March 26, 2024
Location Ansonia, CT Avg. Salary $59,216 Date Updated March 26, 2024
Location Ashford, CT Avg. Salary $57,954 Date Updated March 26, 2024
Location Avon, CT Avg. Salary $58,997 Date Updated March 26, 2024
Location Ballouville, CT Avg. Salary $57,899 Date Updated March 26, 2024

Career Path for Billing Analyst I

A career path is a sequence of jobs that leads to your short- and long-term career goals. Some follow a linear career path within one field, while others change fields periodically to achieve career or personal goals.

For Billing Analyst I, the first career path typically starts with a Billing Analyst II position, and then progresses to Billing Manager.

Additionally, the second career path typically starts with a Billing Systems Analyst II position, and then progresses to Billing Systems Manager.

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