The Shared Services Center - Fort Smith provides
business office support functions like billing, insurance follow-up, call center customer service, data entry and more for hospitals and healthcare providers.
But we're not only about work.
We know employing a skilled and engaged team of professionals is vitally important to our success, so we make sure to offer competitive benefits, recognition programs, professional development opportunities and a fun and engaging team environment.
Our commitment to your career development starts the day you join the team with an extensive new hire orientation. From an introduction to our organizations' history and culture, to more specific job-related info, the orientation gives you a jumpstart, increasing your comfort level as you prepare to begin your career here. New employees benefit from the guidance of a team lead. These experienced employees serve as valuable mentors who lead within their areas of responsibility and are available to offer on-the-job training, advice and provide encouragement and support.
What We Do...
The Shared Services Center - Fort Smith employs over five hundred area residents. As such, it is one of the largest employers in the area. We proudly serve as the Revenue Cycle support hub for over forty hospitals through the U.S. Our services include but not limited to billing, customer service, pre-arrival scheduling and benefit verification, clinical and coding integrity services, cash services as well as reimbursement services.
About Fort Smith...
To those outside the area, Fort Smith, Arkansas lies at the foothills of the Ozarks and has a colorful and rich history. The Fort was built on the banks of the Arkansas River which served as a divide between the fort and the Oklahoma Indian Territory. A portion of that fort still remains on the banks of the river.
In recognition of its past, the city has been selected as the future home of the U.S. Marshall Museum which will also be located on the banks of the Arkansas River. Fort Smith is also home to other historical sites including Judge Parker’s Courthouse named after Judge Parker who was known as the “hanging” judge. The city celebrates its western heritage annually with the Old Fort Days Rodeo at Kay Rodgers Park.