Recovery Analyst

Immediate Full Time


As a member of our recovery team, candidate will be responsible for processing, submitting, negotiating and settling insurance and Workers’ Compensation reimbursement requests using our regulation-based process, calling to obtain information and documentation from insurance companies and medical facilities, and maintaining relationships with examiners and payment staff. In addition, candidate will assist with other various recovery team support duties.

Responsibilities will include, but are not limited to:

Workers' Compensation Insurance and Medical Claims experience is a plus but not necessary as company is willing to train the right candidate.

A successful HCSG recovery representative possesses the following:

Most importantly, a successful recovery representative is a team player who is always willing to learn.

Healthcare Subrogation Group (HCSG)

Office located in Shelton, CT., HCSG offers a range of claim review and recovery services to both health care providers and insurance companies. A small and highly respected company, we have demonstrated our value and credibility to the market we serve by providing innovative recovery solutions and infrastructure.

Salary Range

Hourly rate during initial 3-month probationary period based on skills and experience with a possible full-time salaried offer thereafter. Required Work Hours are from 8am to 5 pm Monday to Friday.

Please attach your resume as a Microsoft Word Document or PDF.

HCSG is willing to train, if you do not believe you possess the necessary insurance or medical experience, please describe in a cover letter or the body of the email in which you are submitting your resume explaining why you believe you would be qualified for this position and a good candidate for training.

Application (Recovery Analyst)


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HCSG has successfully completed the Common Security Framework (CSF) Self-Assessment from the Health Information Trust Alliance (HITRUST). HITRUST was established under the premise that information security should be a core pillar of the broad adoption of health information systems and exchanges. The CSF combines requirements from existing federal, state, and third party standards such as HIPAA, HITECH, PCI, COBIT, NIST, and FTC.