About eMBRY Health

Looking to join one of the United States’ fastest-growing companies? Seeking a rewarding opportunity to positively impact the lives of others? Want to transform the image that our nation’s healthcare system is “restraining,” “antiquated,” and “burdensome”? Look no further than eMBRY Health!

In early 2020, Raymond Embry witnessed the need for a more effective response to the COVID-19 pandemic. Thousands of Arizonans fell ill daily. Communities across the state desperately sought testing services that local governments could not provide. Embry, a lifelong healthcare industry advocate, seized the moment. With fewer than ten employees, he created eMBRY Health to fill the testing void.

Over the last year, our company has experienced rapid growth due to the pressing need for COVID-19 testing services. Nearly 300,000 Arizonans have benefited from eMBRY Health’s critical testing services, and we’ve wanted to offer such services nationwide. In just the last few weeks, eMBRY Health has expanded its national footprint and established testing sites in states such as Florida, Hawaii, Colorado, and Texas. Nearly 10,000 people get tested by visiting eMBRY Health testing sites daily in all markets.

In the next year, eMBRY Health envisions being fully operational with COVID-19 testing services in all 50 states. Not only do we want to expand testing services across the country, but we also want to keep broadening our healthcare offerings. Our mission is to provide high-quality, tailored healthcare to all regardless of age, gender, background, and insurance status. As part of our growth, eMBRY Health seeks to establish eMBRY Women’s Health clinics, eMBRY Men’s Health clinics, and eMBRY Aesthetics medical centers and day spas, in the states it will enter.

Job Duties

  • Maintain accurate records and control reports for insurance payments
  • Manage collection activities such as negotiating with past-due accounts, referring accounts to collection agencies, and sending follow-ups
  • Communicate and explain work procedures to subordinates
  • Ensure that operational criteria are reflected in the accounts receivable functions
  • Inquire with insurance companies regarding delays in payment
  • Update receivables by monitoring and coordinating all processing performed on orders that are delivered daily including transactions such as bank remittances
  • Assist in the financial planning with the help of cash forecasting
  • Contribute the essential information to adhere to the strategic goals of the company
  • Direct and lead the work of others in the department
  • Maintain company confidentiality at all times

Qualifications

  • Highschool Diploma or equivalent
  • 3-5 years of experience in collections and credit
  • 1-2 years Supervisor experience
  • Experience with Microsoft Excel
  • Prior background in an accounts receivable position
  • Self-starter with a proven track record of multi-tasking abilities
  • Expertise with accounting software platforms
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills
  • Must have Medical/Healthcare experience

eMBRY Health is committed to equal employment opportunity and recruits and hires applicants without regard to race, color, religion, sex (including pregnancy), national origin, disability, age, sexual orientation, veteran status, genetic information, gender identity, gender expression, or any other factor prohibited by law. eMBRY Health will provide a reasonable accommodation for those with a disability to complete any part of the application process. If you are unable to access or use this online application process and need an alternative method for applying, please contact us.