Columbus Regional Health
2400 17th Street Columbus Indiana 47201 United States
The Medial Assistant works under the direct supervision of the Physician, Mid-level Licensed Provider, Back Office Coordinator, Office Manager, and Practice Manager.
Must be willing to work up to 12 hour shifts and some weekend coverage.
Responsible for routine back office functions including the maintenance of patient flor, exam room preparation and turnover, bringing patients back to exam room, taking and recording basic medical history, and assisting the physicians and or nurse as needed. Will retrieve, outlining and assists with provider messages in regard to patient telephone calls, messages, and call backs; and prescription refills as directed by the physician and/or provider.
Additional responsibilities include clinical compliance in sterilization techniques, sample medication oversight and compliant, OSHA requirements, and any other compliance standards required within the clinical realm of the practice.
Education and/or Experience:
GED or High School Diploma required
Graduation from an accredited Medical Assisting program required; or completion of credentialing test within 6 months of employment.
Certificates, Licenses, Registrations:
Certification as medical assistant required through a recognized certification organization such as the American Association of Medical Assistants (AAMA); American Medical Technologists (AMT); Medical Assistant Certification from the Commission on Accreditation of Allied Health Education Programs (CAAHEP); National Healthcare Association (NHA) or the Accreditation Bureau of Health Education Schools (ABHES) or must obtain within 90 days of employment.
Minimum of one (1) year of Primary Care Experience preferred. Candidates who have performed an externship in a private practice setting may be considered.
Basic Life Support (BLS) certification through American Heart Association (AHA) required
Columbus Regional Health
2400 17th Street Columbus Indiana 47201 United States
Captures and records all incoming patient and payor payments. Reconciles deposits to the bank and EPIC through the cash management process within EPIC. Sorts and prepares payment batches for posting in EPIC. Oversees all electronic remittance files and the resolution of all electronic payments and denials requiring manual intervention for posting.
This position does not provide direct patient care.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
Serves as Process Ownerof the following:
Creates a cash record.
Creates a payment posting batch.
Creates a cash control group.
Processes as appropriate pass balance to NRP.
Completes and processes a recoup payment
Posts a denial
Reviews explanations of benefits in an effort to audit patient accounts for accuracy of payment and contractual correctness.
Investigates variances of payment from third party payers and acts as a patient advocate to ensure that guarantor financial responsibility is correctly reflected in the balance.
Daily reviews and reconciles bank deposits
Completes analysis of payment variances and/or mis-matches.
Researches variances and/or mis-matches perform follow-up inquiries, communication with guarantor, insurance, bank and/or team to reconcile cash.
Processes cash payments to Accounts Receivable and Miscellaneous accounts per established procedure.
Processes and balances daily cash receipts in accordance with within EPIC
Serves as Key Participantin the following processes:
Develops and adheres to Standard Work Instructions to ensure efficient and accurate process on behalf of the patient.
Performs ongoing monitoring of changes in payor practices or regulatory changes that may impact reimbursement.
Remains current and helps to establish best practices in all system operations and training needs as required by the vendor.
Participates in process improvement teams as assigned.
Participates in peer interviewing and new team member training.
Establishes, supports and follows developed Stand Work Instructions.
Ensure that all processes / procedures are fully documented and illustrated for audit and training purposes.
Other job duties as assigned
To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable qualified individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
Education and/or Experience
Associates Degree or High School graduate and one year related experience and/or training required; or equivalent combination of education and experience.
Indian River Medical Center
1000 36th St Vero Beach Florida 32960 United States
BASIC FUNCTION: Responsible for managing office services by overseeing the efficient functioning of the Foundation office on a daily basis, ensuring procedures are organized, and interoffice correspondence and communications are managed. Maintains and participates in the design and implementation of new office systems. Reviews, approves and procures select supply requisitions. Oversees the assignment and completion of ad hoc projects. SUPERVISORY ACCOUNTABILITY: None
NATURE AND SCOPE:
Internal -- Daily interaction with all Foundation team members and IRMC staff.
External – Regular interaction with donors, prospective donors, Board Members, Foundation volunteers and IRMC Auxilians, and vendors. PRINCIPAL ACCOUNTABILITIES:
Supports the mission, vision and values of the hospital.
Responsible for working in a safe and protective manner at all times keeping in mind that safety and environmental hazards are the responsibility of all employees for themselves, other staff members and patients.
Organizes staff events and staff conferences; organizes, arranges and coordinates staff meetings and trainings
Handles correspondence, complaints and queries regarding office related items, including issues related to office maintenance, new office equipment
Manages external and internal organizational communication of office-wide systems such as G-Drive maintenance, hospital communications, and general and targeted mailings
Manages expenses related to office supplies, meeting and equipment expenses and office maintenance contracts to actual budgeted dollars
Reviews, approves and orders supply requisitions; tracks and maintains inventory
Acts as the liaison with staff and suppliers, also utilizes hospital procurement systems as required
Designs, implements and maintains procedures/office administrative systems, including but not limited to electronicfiling systems, graphic materials management systems, and others as needed
Organizes orientation and onboarding for new employees
Ensures that safety and disaster plans are up to date
Coordinates the ordering of stationery and select print items, business cards, meeting supplies, stamps and office supplies
Performs administrative support duties to include:
· Maintains a clean office environment and kitchen
· Opens and distributes mail to office personal, answers phones and takes accurate messages
· Makes daily deposits via remote deposit capture or takes deposits directly to bank; knowledgeable of rudimentary bookkeeping procedures
· Provides donor database support, as assigned
· Delivers interoffice packages to IRMC when necessary
Completes other duties, as assigned
Excellent verbal and written communication skills including spelling, grammar, punctuation, ability to compose/edit business communications and strong focus on accuracy, attention to detail and commitment to quality.
Demonstrated ability to prioritize, manage and execute multiple projects according to deadlines for one or more team members in a fast-paced environment with minimal supervision.
Excellent organizational and time management skills.
Proficient with basic math skills.
Effective, creative problem-solver with strong initiative and excellent follow-through.
Commitment to customer service and teamwork; excellent interpersonal skills.
Commitment to confidentiality.
Associate Degree required, Bachelor Degree preferred.
Three (3) to five (5) years’ experience in an office setting with oversight of daily operations
Project management experience preferred
Strong computer skills:
Required: MS Office Suite required, including Excel, Word, Outlook, Publisher, and Power Point; Adobe
Preferred: Social media and internet experience IRMC is a drug and nicotine free workplace
Central Florida Health Alliance
1451 El Camino Real The Villages Florida 32159 United States
Who We Are:
Central Florida Health (CFH) is a locally owned and governed not-for-profit healthcare system and the largest, most comprehensive provider of healthcare services in the region. CFH provides services to Lake, Sumter, and Marion counties through inpatient acute hospital services at The Villages® Regional Hospital (TVRH) and Leesburg Regional Medical Center (LRMC), inpatient rehabilitation services at TVRH Rehabilitation Hospital, geriatric-psychiatry services at the LRMC Senior Behavioral Health Center and diagnostic laboratory services at several locations. As a premier healthcare provider, CFH takes pride in providing progressive, innovative technology, along with building strong relationships with patients, families, physicians and residents of the communities we serve. To learn more, visit www.CentralFloridaHealth.org. Position Title: Unit Secretary Essential Functions: Under the direction of the unit director and the Charge RN, the unit secretary facilitates patient care through performance of many vital aspects of communication, both verbal and written.