Anuja Mohla, DO, has been named medical director of Revenue Integrity.
In her new role, Mohla will be responsible for providing leadership and strategic direction for the clinical revenue integrity program. She will serve as the primary liaison between clinical leaders and the revenue cycle team to highlight opportunities to reduce denials and improve reimbursement. She is also tasked with managing implementation of regulatory processes for the clinical revenue cycle.
Mohla joined ChristianaCare in 2014 as a hospitalist with ChristianaCare Hospitalist Partners. She transitioned to her most recent role of senior physician advisor and medical director of patient access and flow in 2018. Over the years, she has participated and led numerous quality improvement efforts in the areas of observation medicine, patient flow and handoff communications, in addition to various utilization management processes. She is a frequent speaker at the national level on the topics of denial management, regulatory requirements and observation care. She also serves as the current chair of the Utilization Management Committee at ChristianaCare.
A graduate of the Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine, Mohla completed her internal medicine residency at Rutgers New Jersey Medical School. She earned a bachelor’s degree from University of Maryland. She holds board certifications from the American Board of Internal Medicine and the American Board of Quality Assurance and Utilization Review Physicians.
She reports to Varadarajan Subbiah, M.D., MBA, FACP, vice president of Utilization Management and Quality.