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Below we've compiled a list of the most important skills for a chiropractic assistant/receptionist. We ranked the top skills based on the percentage of chiropractic assistant/receptionist resumes they appeared on. For example, 14.9% of chiropractic assistant/receptionist resumes contained insurance companies as a skill. Let's find out what skills a chiropractic assistant/receptionist actually needs in order to be successful in the workplace.

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1. Insurance Companies

high Demand

Here's how Insurance Companies is used in Chiropractic Assistant/Receptionist jobs:
  • Verified patient insurance eligibility and benefits coverage, speaking directly with insurance companies, as well as using online verification.
  • Authorized to communicate with insurance companies to collect and verify patient's benefits information.
  • Verified patient medical coverage and served as in-house liaison to medical insurance companies.
  • Called insurance companies to verify benefits before billing clients and collecting payment/co-pays.
  • Confirm eligibility and benefits for all insurance companies.
  • Investigated coverage for patients with multiple insurance companies.
  • Maintained communication with lawyers and insurance companies.
  • Coordinate referrals from physicians and insurance companies.
  • Called insurance companies for benefit information.
  • Make calls to insurance companies requesting specific information needed for the patient, then entering in their specific list card.
  • Access to multiple web sites for various insurance companies to look up, enter or check status of claims.
  • Billed insurance companies for claims that were denied due to clerical, icd-9 errors or denied by payee...
  • Answered phones, scheduled appointments and submitted bills to multiple insurance companies and followed up on payments.
  • Mailed all legal documentation to insurance companies, which were needed for reimbursement for clinic services.
  • Manage patient charts & various requests from 3rd parties; insurance companies and attorney offices.
  • Handle the billing and coding from sending out bills to patients and to insurance companies.
  • Take care of all insurance billing, entering payments from patients and insurance companies.
  • Typed in MediSoft for patient charges and entered payments from patients and insurance companies.
  • Carried out clerical duties including scheduling, and worked with insurance companies on claims.
  • Worked with insurance companies to verify the eligibility of coverage for the services rendered.

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2. Patient Care

high Demand

Patient care entails the diagnosis, recovery, and control of sickness as well as the maintenance of physical and emotional well-being through the use of healthcare providers' services. Patient care is described as services provided to patients by health practitioners or non-professionals under guidance.

Here's how Patient Care is used in Chiropractic Assistant/Receptionist jobs:
  • Answer phones.-Schedule appointments.-Assist Chiropractor with patient care.-Transfer X-rays into patient files.-Prepare patient charts.-File all patient charts.
  • Assisted Dr w/ patient care, i.e., developing x-rays, performing muscle stimulation as well as ultra sound as ordered.
  • Help patients get started with therapies such as decompression and electrical stimulation and assist the doctor with patient care.
  • Assist chiropractor with patient care such as, completing patient exams, patient medical history, and patient dictation.
  • Experience in assisting with direct patient care, devices, routine laboratory functions and patient record and office management.
  • Coordinated patient care to handle a variety of patient needs and assisted with maintaining treatment plans.
  • Documented patient care in an electronic record and worked closely with the provider on patient care.
  • Assisted chiropractors in patient adjustments and case management, including patient care and treatment plans.
  • Assisted the doctor in providing life changing care in every facet of patient care.
  • Put patients on a decompression machine and assist the doctor with patient care.
  • Assisted Doctor with patient care, which included applying therapies and developing x-rays.
  • Reviewed patient care plans and treatment with patients for upcoming visits.
  • Led several personal side projects to improve patient care and morale.
  • Assisted in various therapies while providing and maintaining patient care.
  • Assist the doctor with patient care and patient therapy.
  • Prepared financial statements and handled payments for patient care.
  • Handled sales of products associated with patient care.
  • Assist with patient care, schedule and verify insurance
  • Assisted Chiropractor with patient care & therapy.
  • Company Name: Dr. Stephen Antinoro Chiropractic Primary Responsibilities: Scheduling all patient appointments and helping with patient care.

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3. Medical Records

high Demand

Here's how Medical Records is used in Chiropractic Assistant/Receptionist jobs:
  • Entered and updated patient information, utilizing physical medical records, as well as electronic medical records.
  • Chart management, assisting with conversion to electronic medical records, implementation of new marketing strategies.
  • Organized medical records and admitted patients daily.
  • File and maintain patient information and medical records
  • Transcribed reports and completed medical records requests.
  • Handled medical records and medical terminology.
  • Maintain patient records and filing, posting of all insurance payments, maintain patient records, and handle all medical records.
  • Work front office such as organize medical records or soap notes, as well as maintaining papers in the front office.
  • Answered phones, filed papers, charts, x-rays, managed appointments, and maintained the up-keep of medical records.
  • Pull patient medical records for the next day, knowledge of chiropractic terms, medical terminology & human anatomy.
  • Use word processing, spreadsheets, invoices, financial statements, letters, case histories and medical records.
  • Answered the phone, copied and sent out medical records, and forwarded calls to staff.
  • Requested x-rays, MRI's, studies and medical records from other physicians and labs.
  • Take payments from patients for date of service, filing patients medical records & insurance.
  • Transmit correspondence and medical records by mail, fax, or e-mail.
  • Created and categorized files to keep track of patient's medical records.
  • Maintained order of medical records and creating medical records for new patients.
  • Maintain and organize patient's medical records and PIP case records.
  • Keep track of medical records, financial accounts, patient progress.
  • Assisted the Medical Records clerk with release of medical records.

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4. Front Office

high Demand

Here's how Front Office is used in Chiropractic Assistant/Receptionist jobs:
  • Managed front office and all administrative responsibilities.
  • Assisted in all chiropractic procedures along with front office duties which included PIP billing and data entry.
  • Front office often include billing, insurance filing, coding and answering patient questions.
  • Helped to set up electronic health records along with other front office duties.
  • Front office duties which include answering phones, scheduling patients and collecting fees.
  • Worked in the front office scheduling appointments, filing, checking in patients.
  • Organized front office area and kept up with patient files.
  • Front office receptionist back office assistant.
  • Manage front office reception area.
  • Schedule appointments handled all front office duties including answering phone calls, mail-out letters, medical billing and insurance.
  • Managed all front office operations for a busy Chiropractic office using Lytec and Platinum systems.
  • front office-phone triage-insurance billing-cash handling-x-rays-modalities-therapies-sales of supplements/ products
  • preform front office duties, (answering phones etc.

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5. Phone Calls

high Demand

Phone calls are a wireless or wired connection made over a telephone or a mobile phone between two people. Two parties are involved in a phone call, the caller and the receiver. A caller dials the number of the one he wants to call, and the recipient hears a bell or a tune to which he picks up the call. The call establishes a connection between them through which they can communicate. The voice is converted into signals and is transmitted through wired or wireless technology.

Here's how Phone Calls is used in Chiropractic Assistant/Receptionist jobs:
  • Directed phone calls to other offices/co-workers.
  • Schedule patients and manage schedule for 3 doctors, do chart notes, keep and maintain files, Answer phones.
  • Answer phones, fax, copy, schedule appointments, enter payments, collect money and other normal office duties.
  • Answer phones, Schedule appointments, Entering tracking data into the computer, scanning paperwork into computers.
  • Answer phone, schedule appointment for patient, thermal scan, input insurance payment, processed payments.
  • Perform general office and computer tasks, answer phones, make appointments, and assist patients.
  • Assisted patients to and from rooms and assisted the chiropractor in making phone calls and scheduling.
  • Schedule appointments, answer telephone calls to screen, direct, take, and relay messages.
  • Answer phones, schedule appointments, develop X-rays, bill insurance and help patients with equipment.
  • Answered incoming phone calls, scheduled appointments, took messages, followed up with patients.
  • Handled large number of phone calls from patients, lawyers, and medical practitioners.
  • Perform the tasks of greeting patients, answering queries and answering incoming phone calls.
  • Provide clerical and administrative support by answering telephone calls and assisting the Dr.
  • Answered phone calls to resolve customers' wants, interests, and needs.
  • Handle internal and external phone calls from fellow team members and vendors.
  • Answer phones, set appointments, record information before patient sees the doctor
  • Attended to phone calls, patient needs and concerns, doctor assistance.
  • Answer phones, made new patient folders, file filing patient folders.
  • Answer phone calls, book appointments, handle payments, office work.
  • Deal with many interruptions; telephone calls, walk-ins and changing priorities.

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6. Greeting Patients

high Demand

Here's how Greeting Patients is used in Chiropractic Assistant/Receptionist jobs:
  • Front desk reception, meeting and greeting patients, maintaining office files and documenting all x-rays.
  • Performed front desk duties including greeting patients, answering telephones, scheduling appointments.
  • Managed the office where responsibilities were greeting patients, checking them in, running insurance for verification.
  • Performed a variety of functions such as greeting patients, patient registration, Insurance eligibility verification, scheduling and telephone management.
  • Managed receptionist area, including greeting patients and responding to telephone and in-person requests for information.
  • Provided administrative assistance including but not limited to greeting patients, scheduling appointments, monitoring phones, assembling charts and filing

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7. Scheduling Appointments

high Demand

Scheduling appointments is the practice of finding a free slot with the person(s) you want to meet. The process of scheduling appointments involves finding mutually free time, negotiating follow-ups, sending reminders, and creating new appointments. Scheduling appointments is important to ensure that the timings of consecutive meetings do not clash with each other.

Here's how Scheduling Appointments is used in Chiropractic Assistant/Receptionist jobs:
  • Provided general administrative and clerical support, such as: answering multiple phone lines, appointment scheduling and maintaining inventory
  • Performed various secretarial/clerical duties such as documenting patient charts, scheduling appointments and organizing filing system.
  • Performed appointment scheduling, patient registration, accounts receivable, and collections
  • Completed scheduling appointments for patients in accordant with the established procedures.
  • Fulfilled all front desk duties including, welcoming patients, answering phone, appointment scheduling, insurance confirmation and maintaining inventory
  • Worked the day to day operations by checking in patients, scheduling appointments, and handling payments.
  • Handle four line phone system, scheduling appointments for providers, scheduling of MRI, CT scans.
  • Maintain doctors planning and calendar by planning and scheduling appointments, teleconferences, travel and events.
  • Greeted patients and addressed requests including scheduling appointments and therapy as directed by the doctor.
  • Helped at the front desk by answering calls and scheduling appointments.
  • Greeted patients; fulfilled receptionist/front desk duties; appointment scheduling.
  • Assisted the two Doctors by answering phones and scheduling appointments.
  • Organized and managed appointment scheduling for the practice.
  • Applied basic therapies, scheduling appointments.
  • Maintain patient charts and scheduling appointments.
  • Front and back office duties Answered patient calls, scheduling appointments, light office work and verification of insurance for patients.
  • Front desk work including but not limited to answering phones,filing,faxing and scheduling appointments.
  • Job duties: Scheduling appointments Insurance verification Maintaining patient files Assisting Chiropractor
  • Job Duties: Marketing Assisting Patients with therapies/rehab Developing x-rays Billing Insurance verification Maintaining patient files Scheduling appointments

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8. Physical Therapy Services

high Demand

Physical therapy is post-surgery or post-accident therapy that aims to help patients move and function their bodies easily. The therapy is particularly focused on a treatment by physical means rather than utilizing medical and pharmaceutical ways to nurse certain disabilities in people.

Here's how Physical Therapy Services is used in Chiropractic Assistant/Receptionist jobs:
  • Provided a variety physical therapy treatments for patients as directed by the Doctor.
  • Supported chiropractor in providing physical therapy treatments and procedures to a diverse population of patients.
  • Preformed physical therapy treatments to patients.
  • Prepared patients for physical therapy treatments.
  • Carried out various physical therapy treatments.
  • general office duties, administering physical therapy treatments to patients such as massage, electric muscle stimulation, and hot fomentation.

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9. DR

high Demand

Here's how DR is used in Chiropractic Assistant/Receptionist jobs:
  • Learned and operated chiropractic equipment (decompression; Leander) & x-rays; enabling Dr to have more time for patients.
  • Set up room/paperwork for the Dr.s after I placed the patients on the electric stimulation machines.
  • Helped Assist the Dr. With placing patients on therapy, performed stretching techniques.
  • Assist Dr. Bradley in the therapy rooms.
  • Assist Dr. with patient treatment.
  • Assist Dr. with Adjusting Patients.
  • Socialize with patients as they are waiting for the Dr,or being set up on therapy.
  • general office duties * Assist Dr. with patient therapy and develop patient x-rays
  • Schedule and confirm appointments Marketing Specialist- Set up and attend with Dr.
  • Assist Dr. with patients, and perform modality treatments.
  • Apply therapy modalities under Dr orders.
  • Doctor of Chiropractic- Dr. Bruce Johnson (605) [ ]
  • Set up x ray machine for Dr. and prepare charts.
  • assist Dr with therapies and processing xray's.
  • Answered phones Scheduled patients Assisted Dr. with therapy
  • Input of Dr.'s notes Maintained & monitored treatment plans & care scheduled to ensure patient follow through.
  • Posted accounts, cleaned the office .Assisted Dr with proceedures.

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10. Exam Rooms

high Demand

An exam room in a hospital is a place where patients are examined by medical representatives. In several cases, the exam room distinguishes the doctor-patient relationship and is a critical component of the overall care process.

Here's how Exam Rooms is used in Chiropractic Assistant/Receptionist jobs:
  • Escorted patients to exam rooms, assessed height and weight, and prepared patients for therapy.
  • Ensured the cleanliness, sanitation and maintenance of the facilities, exam rooms, and equipment.
  • Front Desk Receptionist Responsible for Greeting and directing patients into exam rooms.
  • Prepare exam rooms for each patient and maintain cleanliness between patients.
  • Prepare exam rooms and perform stimulation treatment unto patients.
  • Stock exam rooms with all necessary medical utensils.
  • Assisted doctor and readied exam rooms.
  • Process X-rays Assisted provider Answered telephones Cleaned waiting and exam rooms Scheduled appointments Process insurance claims Medical Billing and Coding

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11. Insurance Forms

high Demand

Here's how Insurance Forms is used in Chiropractic Assistant/Receptionist jobs:
  • Helped patients in filling medical and insurance forms Drafted bills and collected payments from patients.
  • Handle the tasks of filing medical reports and insurance forms.
  • Typed progress reports, insurance forms, etc.
  • Process insurance forms, pre-patient forms, and payments.
  • Submit insurance forms for payment and collect copayments.
  • Completed insurance forms and maintained records manually and electronically which resulted in efficient and proper reimbursements for services.

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12. Chiropractic

high Demand

Here's how Chiropractic is used in Chiropractic Assistant/Receptionist jobs:
  • Answered phone; scheduled patients for chiropractic appointments which also offered physical rehabilitation, aquatic therapy and spinal decompression services.
  • Maintained a high degree of care for patients through excellent communication management and chiropractic education.
  • Perform the clerical and administrative duties necessary to the functionality of a chiropractic office.
  • Experience in assisting chiropractors and handling administrative and clerical duties of chiropractic clinics.
  • Implemented and understood chiropractic terminology as well as insurance and billing practices.
  • Perform patient therapy and answer questions regarding their health improvement through Chiropractic.
  • Experienced in Physician's Office specifically in Physical Therapy and/or Chiropractic collections.
  • Initiate patient intake and assist with rehabilitation therapies for chiropractic improvement.
  • Performed preliminary chiropractic treatment such as electronic muscle stimulation and ultrasound.
  • Assisted with homeopathic, nutrition and chiropractic procedures performed in-house.
  • Prepared and counseled patients for scheduled chiropractic spinal assessment exams.
  • Provide patients with education about different chiropractic procedures and equipment.
  • Received a basic training and advanced Chiropractic Assistant certificates.
  • Greet patients entering in a chiropractic facility.
  • Provide patient follow-up and promote chiropractic education.
  • Performed chiropractic assistant duties, including ultrasound therapy, electric stimulation, wax treatment, and assisted patients with light exercise.
  • Managed chiropractic office for over 200 clients, maintained records, schedules and billing, to include processing insurance claims.
  • Assisted the Billing clerk by posting of chiropractic charges on a daily basis to be billed to insurance.
  • Promoted to Chiropractic Assistant and would assist taking medical notes, assisted with patient therapy and patient exercises.
  • Collect money from patients, establish financial solutions with the patients, and coordinate their chiropractic care plan.

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13. Vital Signs

high Demand

Vital signs are a set of values indicating different body systems' performance. They are measurements of the body's most basic functions. The four major vital signs used in medicine to assess a patient are body temperature, pulse rate, respiration rate, and blood pressure.

Here's how Vital Signs is used in Chiropractic Assistant/Receptionist jobs:
  • Treat patients; cervical and lumbar traction, apply IFC, ultrasound, give massages and do vital signs.
  • Completed each new patient chart and took information such as height weight vital signs and all insurance information.
  • Collected diagnostic information and vital signs including blood pressure, temperature, weight, and height.
  • Obtain blood pressure, pulse, and vital signs when new patients come in.
  • Take back new patient in exam room and record vital signs.
  • Take and record patients' vital signs for chiropractor's use.
  • Obtained and took record of patients vital signs.
  • Assisted with patient vital signs.
  • Read and recorded vital signs such as blood pressure,height,weight etc...
  • Checked in/out patients Take vital signs Answer Telephones Filing Put charts together Schedule patients verified insurances

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14. Blood Pressure

high Demand

Here's how Blood Pressure is used in Chiropractic Assistant/Receptionist jobs:
  • Take patient's general diagnostic information including blood pressure, weight and height.
  • Do any blood pressure that needs to be done.
  • Experienced in Chirotouch.Help assist doctors with developing X-rays, exams, taking blood pressure, scheduling patients for Chiro and massage.
  • Take blood pressure, weight, and height and records this for the doctor's use in the examination and treatment.
  • Assist with exams on new patients as well as check blood pressures and weight as they come in for their appointments.
  • Record general diagnostic information including blood pressure, temperature, weight, and height in patient chart for examination and treatment.

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15. Massage Therapy

average Demand

Here's how Massage Therapy is used in Chiropractic Assistant/Receptionist jobs:
  • Assist the Chiropractor in patient adjustments, therapies such as Massage therapy and ultra sound.
  • Assisted in Massage Therapy, Ultra Sound, And Electrical Stimulation.
  • Route patients to the proper treatment and massage therapy rooms.
  • Learned about and became interested in massage therapy.
  • Schedule appointments for Massage therapy.
  • Checked in/out patients *Assisted patients with physical therapy *Took patient X-rays *Verified patient insurance *Vitamin Injections *Massage therapy *Assisted Doctor as needed

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16. Office Supplies

average Demand

Here's how Office Supplies is used in Chiropractic Assistant/Receptionist jobs:
  • Order office supplies and therapy/rehabilitative devices.
  • Managed all from and back office duties including phones, scheduling, filing, ordering of supplements and office supplies.
  • Placed orders to replenish office supplies (vitamins, electrodes, paraffin, business cards etc).
  • Run personal errands for supervisor, use supervisors credit card to purchase office supplies.
  • Schedule appointments, answer the phone, order office supplies.
  • Maintained office machines, ordered supplements and office supplies.
  • Receive laboratory and office supplies, distributes as need.
  • Ordered office supplies on a continuous basis.
  • Inventory, order and maintain all office supplies
  • Greet, log in and schedule appointments for patients Inventory and order medical, lab, or office supplies or equipment.

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Online Courses For Chiropractic Assistant/Receptionists

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20 Most Common Skill For A Chiropractic Assistant/Receptionist

Insurance Companies14.9%
Patient Care13%
Medical Records9.9%
Front Office8.9%
Phone Calls7.2%
Greeting Patients3.2%
Scheduling Appointments3.1%
Physical Therapy Services2.9%

Typical Skill-Sets Required For A Chiropractic Assistant/Receptionist

RankascdescSkillascdescPercentage of ResumesPercentageascdesc
1
1
Insurance Companies
Insurance Companies
14.9%
14.9%
2
2
Patient Care
Patient Care
13%
13%
3
3
Medical Records
Medical Records
9.9%
9.9%
4
4
Front Office
Front Office
8.9%
8.9%
5
5
Phone Calls
Phone Calls
7.2%
7.2%
6
6
Greeting Patients
Greeting Patients
3.2%
3.2%
7
7
Scheduling Appointments
Scheduling Appointments
3.1%
3.1%
8
8
Physical Therapy Services
Physical Therapy Services
2.9%
2.9%
9
9
DR
DR
2.8%
2.8%
10
10
Exam Rooms
Exam Rooms
2.6%
2.6%
11
11
Insurance Forms
Insurance Forms
2.2%
2.2%
12
12
Chiropractic
Chiropractic
2.2%
2.2%
13
13
Vital Signs
Vital Signs
2.2%
2.2%
14
14
Blood Pressure
Blood Pressure
1.5%
1.5%
15
15
Massage Therapy
Massage Therapy
1.4%
1.4%
16
16
Office Supplies
Office Supplies
1.3%
1.3%
17
17
Patient Payments
Patient Payments
1.2%
1.2%
18
18
Check Patients
Check Patients
1.1%
1.1%
19
19
Hipaa
Hipaa
1.1%
1.1%
20
20
Health Care
Health Care
1.1%
1.1%
21
21
Reception Area
Reception Area
1%
1%
22
22
Patient Questions
Patient Questions
1%
1%
23
23
Treatment Plans
Treatment Plans
0.9%
0.9%
24
24
Hippa
Hippa
0.9%
0.9%
25
25
Computer System
Computer System
0.9%
0.9%
26
26
Patient Accounts
Patient Accounts
0.9%
0.9%
27
27
MRI
MRI
0.9%
0.9%
28
28
Patient Data
Patient Data
0.7%
0.7%
29
29
EMR
EMR
0.7%
0.7%
30
30
Communication
Communication
0.7%
0.7%
31
31
Payment Plans
Payment Plans
0.7%
0.7%
32
32
In Patients
In Patients
0.7%
0.7%
33
33
Out Patients
Out Patients
0.7%
0.7%
34
34
Taking Messages
Taking Messages
0.6%
0.6%
35
35
EOB
EOB
0.5%
0.5%
36
36
Patient Rooms
Patient Rooms
0.5%
0.5%
37
37
Outgoing Calls
Outgoing Calls
0.5%
0.5%
38
38
Patient Files
Patient Files
0.5%
0.5%
39
39
Office Procedures
Office Procedures
0.4%
0.4%
40
40
Word Processing
Word Processing
0.4%
0.4%
41
41
Financial Statements
Financial Statements
0.4%
0.4%
42
42
Cold Packs
Cold Packs
0.4%
0.4%
43
43
Telephone Calls
Telephone Calls
0.3%
0.3%
44
44
Bank Deposits
Bank Deposits
0.3%
0.3%
45
45
Ultrasound
Ultrasound
0.2%
0.2%
46
46
Patient Therapies
Patient Therapies
0.2%
0.2%
47
47
Sure Patients
Sure Patients
0.1%
0.1%
48
48
Medisoft
Medisoft
0.1%
0.1%

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