• Jordan Velasquez

  • Medical Coding Specialist
  • 365 Solutions

  • Chicago, IL, USA


I've grown up in the healthcare industry. My dad was a pediatrician for over 40 years with my mom helping to run the practice. Naturally, my siblings and I found ways to be involved in the practice. After watching my parents struggle to keep up with medical billing practices and the ever-changing insurance industry, I learned to stay abreast of new coding and compliance strategies. I worked for numerous practices before starting my own medical billing and coding company in 2008. We serve over 80 practices in the Chicago area. There are many reasons why a practice would outsource their billing and coding-they're overwhelmed, they may be billing incorrectly and losing money, their coding practices may be inefficient-we see to it that practices get the right billing and coding support that they need. We also hold workshops, training days, and seminars for practices who are looking to improve their current model without outsourcing. Solutions are scalable, there's a solution for every practice model.



  • Finance Director at  Velasquez Pediatrics (July 1999 - March 2002)

    The director provides financial and strategic analysis and reporting to the organization. The director oversees the development and implementation of financial and operational reporting, including: volumes reporting, labor productivity and cost efficiency, revenue, payer mix and pricing, EPSI analytics and service costing, provider productivity reporting, business cases and valuations/ROIs and other analytical tools to support accuracy of reported financials and identifying financial value enhancement opportunities. This role regularly collaborates with the Enterprise’s shared services areas to ensure accurate use of data and analytics, recommend enhancements based on emerging trends within MCHS and partner to develop new analytics and tools to further improve support to operations. The director is responsible for managing a team of 5 to 10 staff with a focus on high quality and timely deliverables, the continuous growth, development and engagement of staff team and an eye to drive continuous improvement and efficiencies in processes. Actively communicates and presents information to various audiences including institutional leadership.

  • Finance Director at  Cook County Optometry (May 2002 - February 2008)

    The Director of Finance, Academic Medical Center will report to the Academic Medical Center Chief Financial Officer (CFO), and will contribute to the overall success of the organization by effectively managing and coordinating key financial tasks for the organization. The role has responsibility for financial aspects of academic medical center operations, and is expected to analyze data and implement recommendations based on findings to promote profitable outcomes. Manages and leads a team through month end, year-end, and annual budgeting, with key interaction and coordination to the System-level. The individual must support the mission, vision, and goals of Cook County. Exhibits positive customer service behavior in everyday work interactions. Demonstrates a courteous and respectful attitude to internal workforce and external customers. Communicates accurately and appropriately. Handles difficult situations in a discreet and professional manner. Holds self-accountable for professional practice. Participates in performance improvement activities utilizing principles to support and improve departmental goals. Demonstrates knowledge of unit goals and is active in committees and projects to achieve these goals. Keeps current with literature regarding changing practices, interventions and best practices.

  • Coding Specialist, CEO at  365 Solutions (February 2008 - Present)

    Duties for the Director of Financial Services include but are not limited to, manage the day-to-day activities of the A/P, payroll and billing functions which include billing, insurance verification, collections, accounts receivable, payor relationships and financial assessments of patients. Provide leadership to direct reports, to the organization and be a strategic partner to the CFO and members of Senior Leadership. This position requires a minimum of a Bachelor’s degree in business; Ten (10) years’ experience in healthcare billing, collections and cash application processes and computerized healthcare billing software systems. Five (5) years managerial experience preferred with strong knowledge of commercial medical insurance billing and collections with CPT, ICD10, and HCPC coding and medical terminology, as well as an overall understanding of managed care products. Strong background in financial management and knowledge regarding federal and state laws and requirements relating to healthcare.

  • Medical Billing Consultant at  Self-Employed (October 1998 - March 2008)

    I worked with local practices to create better financial strategies and protocols. skilled at helping medical practices advance their strategic vision in an ever-evolving healthcare system. Partners in Health Solutions specializes in Revenue Cycle transformation, Practice Transformation, Compliance Management & Healthcare Innovation. The expertise of our team & our strategic approach allows us to dig deep, make assessments, innovate, develop & implement solutions


  • University of Illinois

    BS, Finance

    1998 - 2002

    While a full time student, I worked as the finance director for Velasquez Pediatrics. During this same time I worked as a billing and coding consultant for other local practices. I also found time to play intramural tennis, ultimate frisbee, and graduate with honors.

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