mission of the Financial Services Department of Central State Hospital is
to assure that the fiscal resources necessary for the accomplishment of
the Hospital’s mission, goals and objectives are obtained and utilized
efficiently and appropriately as well as accounted for in accordance with
rules, regulations, laws and generally accepted accounting principles.
Recognize and serve the needs of our customers.
The services and functions of the
Financial Services Department include but are not limited to those listed
the Annual Fiscal Budget.
Annual Operating Budget.
expenditures versus available budget.
an accounting of funds for the clients on campus.
Collect payments for ID badges, rent
and utilities for campus houses and apartments, as well as medical
Provide cash funds to the clients on
campus through the Building Cashiers in the direct care areas.
Act as payee for clients when family
members are not available.
clients’ accounts for accuracy and compliance with policies and
Review Financial Services Operations.
Review the accuracy of the warehouse
Contract Administration Services
contracts to obtain services from individuals, businesses and other
Prepare contracts to provide services
to businesses and other agencies.
Bill businesses and agencies for
services received from CSH.
Accounts Payable Services
Prepare payment packages for services
provided by individuals and businesses.
Prepare payment package for travel.
Maintain the bookkeeping for trust fund
Prepare payroll checks for clients
working at the Education and Work Activities Center (EWAC) and New
Directions Industries (NDI).
appropriate financial information from admission documents, the client,
family, etc. to determine the client's Medicare, Medicaid and insurance
coverage and his/her financial obligations for services received under the
state's Patient Cost of Care Act.
Prepare and submit claims to Medicare,
Medicaid, insurance companies and other responsible parties for client
services provided by Central State Hospital, West Central Georgia Regional
Hospital and Georgia Regional Hospital at Savannah, in accordance with
applicable regulations, policies, procedures and guidelines.
Track the status of claims submitted
and follow up on claims denied or not paid within expected timeframes.
Monitor revenue collections by source
(Medicare, Medicaid, insurance, client, etc.) and by hospital program, and
provide revenue data and projections to hospital management.