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Immediate Opening for Accounts Receivable Processor
JOB TITLE: A/R Processor
GENERAL RESPONSIBILITIES: Under the direct supervision of the Clerical Billing Supervisor, perform specific tasks related to patient service in the billing department and the effective operations of the Practice.
- Collects fees for services from individuals and/or insurance carriers via cash, check, and credit card.
- Post Occupational Health and Worker’s Compensation payments for services performed.
- Utilize Payer Path as a clearing house for processing and verification of claim accuracy.
- Import or print Explanation of Benefits from carriers.
- Posts payments to accounts and balance daily collection with the computer prior to the end of the day.
- Reviews and updates patient insurance and demographic information as appropriate.
- Makes payment arrangements with individuals on past due accounts prior to allowing patients to charge or schedule any more services.
- Responsible for maintaining knowledge of current insurance and coding information.
- Examines insurance rejections and performs non-payment follow-up and make corrections to rebill claim for services rendered.
- Review monthly report (books) to identify claim processing delays.
- Assists patients with billing inquires.
- Sorts and matches hard copy claims needing mailed. Types any additional information missing onto claim forms and/or attaches any information needed.
- Maintains confidentiality of patient information and ensure the patient’s right to privacy.
- Serves as a backup scheduler, front lobby clerk fill-in and Saturday rotation or evening closer, and other roles as needed.
- Assume additional responsibilities as assigned by the Billing Supervisor and/or Practice Administrator.
QUALIFICATIONS: Excellent attention to detail and communication skills required. Experience working with the public is required. Competent computer skills. Associate Degree of Applied Science in Medical Office Administration preferred. High School Diploma required. Certified Professional Biller or Certified Medical Reimbursement Specialist preferred. Medical billing experience preferred.
To apply please send a resume and cover letter to
Immediate Opening for Laboratory Assistant – Certified Medical Assistant
DEPARTMENT: Laboratory/Certified Medical Assistant
JOB TITLE: Laboratory Assistant-Certified Medical Assistant
GENERAL RESPONSIBILITIES: Under the direct supervision of the Laboratory Manager and general supervision of the Clinical Administrator, the CMA lab assistant is expected to divide work time to support the laboratory and the clinical nursing teams.
- Perform phlebotomy and assigned bench tasks.
- Responsible to verify orders, diagnosis, and insurance details in advance of the collection of blood and urine for patients on the phlebotomy and Provider schedules.
- Ensure samples are labeled correctly and process blood after drawn as instructed. Complete charting of patient’s clinical information and procedures performed.
- Reviewing insurance information to identify whether testing is performed in-house or referred to outside laboratories.
- Maintains a clean work area and restocks supplies as needed.
- Maintains confidentiality of patient information and ensures the patients’ rights to privacy.
- Follow all COLA/CLIA, OSHA, HIPAA, & CFP policies and procedures
CERTIFIED MEDICAL ASSISTANT –
- Perform routine pre-examination procedures such as recording vital signs, assessments, record objective and subjective data during rooming process.
- Maintain system for accurately recording patient medical record, verifying patient insurance and demographic information.
- Maintain a clean and safe environment by preparing and cleaning patient areas, set up equipment and facilitate room set-up for procedures.
- Assists providers and mid-level staff with examinations and procedures. Maintain a timely schedule and follow Provider’s directive regarding procedures and communication to patients about patient education, test results, and Provider’s orders.
- Follows Standards of Care measures and completes gaps in care/treatment including injections, screenings, routine lab test collections, medication compliance, and occupational health DOT & Non-DOT tests.
QUALIFICATIONS: High school diploma required. Medical Assistant Certification credentials required. Phlebotomy certification with laboratory testing training or experience preferred.
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