Top Clinical Assistant Skills

Below we've compiled a list of the most important skills for a Clinical Assistant. We ranked the top skills based on the percentage of Clinical Assistant resumes they appeared on. For example, 13.0% of Clinical Assistant resumes contained Surgical Procedures as a skill. Let's find out what skills a Clinical Assistant actually needs in order to be successful in the workplace.

The six most common skills found on Clinical Assistant resumes in 2020. Read below to see the full list.

1. Surgical Procedures

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Here's how Surgical Procedures is used in Clinical Assistant jobs:
  • Assisted Physicians with minor procedures such as gynecological assessments and simple surgical procedures by supplying instruments.
  • Coordinate precise timing of research specific initiatives in regard to surgical procedures.
  • Obtain insurance authorizations for surgical procedures, outpatient imaging and medications.
  • Assist in patient preparation for examinations & minor surgical procedures.
  • Experienced in filing surgical papers and scheduling surgical procedures.
  • Administered support to physicians during minor bedside surgical procedures.
  • Schedule and coordinate inpatient and outpatient surgical procedures.
  • Prepared and assisted physician with minor surgical procedures.
  • Educated patients regarding diagnosis and surgical procedures.
  • Perform assessment and assistant in surgical procedures.
  • Assisted physician with in-office surgical procedures.
  • Schedule surgical procedures and physician referrals.
  • Evaluated patients for surgical procedures.
  • Assisted doctor during surgical procedures.
  • Prepared files for patient appointments, taking and charting vital signs; administered shots; and assisted in minor surgical procedures.
  • Assisted in clinical responsibilities at local private practice during the summer months, observed direct patient care and surgical procedures.
  • Assisted in minor surgical procedures and acted as medical scribe for primary care and general surgery physicians.
  • Chair side assistant for surgical procedures such as biopsy, skin cancer removal and skin grafting.
  • Sit it on surgical procedures to gain experience and knowledge in preparation for veterinary school.
  • Supplied aftercare to both tame and feral patients for above listed surgical procedures.

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2. Patient Care

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Here's how Patient Care is used in Clinical Assistant jobs:
  • Provided clinical assistance and operational management in family medicine practice to ensure delivery of optimal patient care and support practice goals.
  • Coordinated and facilitated a healthy work environment for employees and implemented quality patient care through leadership in a professional environment.
  • Support Case Manager in direct patient care in a community of emotionally and/or chemically dependent chronically homeless males.
  • Coordinate complex patient care, including chronic viral hepatitis, inflammatory bowel disease, and gastrointestinal cancers.
  • Complimented by supervisor and staff for cheerfulness, positive attitude efficiency and cooperativeness with patient care.
  • Collaborated with physical therapists and physicians to provide exceptional patient care through management of clinical interaction
  • Provided comprehensive explanation of procedures and ensured patient care and comfort during procedures.
  • Provided administrative support to the Clinical Director which included direct patient care.
  • Supported the patient care delivery process through patient communication and office interaction.
  • Collected and analyzed behavioral data for diagnosis and patient care management.
  • Performed patient care under the supervision of licensed physical therapists.
  • Provided veterinary patient care assistance and kennel animal restraint support.
  • Improved patient care/satisfaction and quality of life for oncology patients
  • Facilitated radiology technicians with image capture and patient care.
  • Maintain professionalism and confidentiality in patient care areas.
  • Contributed efficient operations in the patient care environment.
  • Followed detailed unit safety and patient care procedures.
  • Provided confidential and quality patient care services.
  • Assisted physician/nurse practitioner/physician assistant with patient care.
  • Preformed procedures related to unit-based patient care.

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3. Vital Signs

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Here's how Vital Signs is used in Clinical Assistant jobs:
  • Performed general receptionist functions, ensured patients participated in scheduled programs, and assisted with monitoring of patient vital signs.
  • Support provider with clinical duties including obtaining vital signs, physical examinations, history-taking, prescriptions and refill authorizations.
  • Assisted in patient administration including recording patients' medical history and vital signs.
  • Recorded Vital signs electronically such as temperature, blood pressure, oxygen saturation.
  • Performed vital signs, glucose monitoring, specimen collection and calculating patient input/output.
  • Recorded patient vital signs and nutritional consumption into patient medical record log.
  • Monitored patient vital signs, and maintained treatment documentation.
  • Assisted with vital signs/urine drug screens/ultrasound guided injections.
  • Assessed and documented vital signs and intake/output.
  • Monitored vital signs and administered psychological tests.
  • Documented intake and output vital signs electronically.
  • Interviewed patients to obtain medical information and obtaining vital signs at each visit then documenting information to the patients' chart.
  • Recorded patient history, vital signs and measurements, diet recall and immunization information to establish baseline data for patient files.
  • Performed vital signs, ECG's, blood draws and injections, and followed-up with patient needs under assigned orders.
  • Performed ancillary basic nursing skills such as taking vital signs, checking blood glucose and checking patient input and output.
  • Performed admission assessment on patient upon arrival, performed vital signs, answered call lights to prioritize patients' needs.
  • Assist with patient vital signs and medical history, as well as scheduling follow up appointments for patients as needed.
  • Provided supportive patient care by obtaining vital signs, heights, and weights and reported abnormalities to the appropriate provider.
  • Roomed patients, stocked rooms, obtained vital signs and patient histories, and recorded these in the patient's chart
  • Assisted nurse with students in taking vital signs, administering and counting medicines, enrolling students, filing and data.

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4. Laboratory Specimens

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Here's how Laboratory Specimens is used in Clinical Assistant jobs:
  • Collect and prepare laboratory specimens and sometimes perform basic laboratory tests, dispose of contaminated supplies, and sterilize medical instruments.
  • Collected blood and other laboratory specimens for testing as required by physician orders.
  • Transport collected laboratory specimens to testing areas.
  • Collect blood or other laboratory specimens, log the specimens, and prepare them for testing.
  • Roomed patients, took vital signs, prepared for procedures, obtained laboratory specimens.
  • Collect laboratory specimens such as blood, urine, and feces for testing.
  • Process, ship, and record laboratory specimens per clinical and/or study policies.
  • Obtain laboratory specimens and prepares them for transport.
  • Blood drawing and Collection of all laboratory specimens.
  • Collected and prepared laboratory specimens drew bloods and took electrocardiogram.
  • Collect, handle and process laboratory specimens including, phlebotomy.
  • Triaged patients (blood pressure, finger sticks, weight) Collected and processed laboratory specimens.
  • Assisted the nurses with greeting patients and obtaining vitals Organized and supplied examination rooms Transported laboratory specimens Data entry and filing

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5. Medical Records

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Here's how Medical Records is used in Clinical Assistant jobs:
  • Recorded and assured accuracy of medical records utilizing a computerized scheduling system providing accurate records management for the practice.
  • Prepared and submitted physician bills and medical records: insurance information, radiology studies, laboratory tracking.
  • Documented client behavior and progress into electronic medical records while maintaining the clients' confidentiality.
  • Verify insurance eligibility for medical equipment, contact physicians and hospitals offices for medical records.
  • Filed immunization records, referral forms and other preventive health information in medical records.
  • Scheduled appointments received patients and ensured delivery of complete medical records to attending physicians.
  • Scheduled meetings for Clinical Documentation Staff and Physician staff and Medical Records Department.
  • Maintained patient medical records and confidentiality, Assist patients with getting medications refilled.
  • Keep an archive and safeguard confidential medical records of research participants.
  • Obtain and record confidential information using an electronic medical records system.
  • Abstracted surgical therapy, chemotherapy and radiation therapy from medical records.
  • Compiled medical records and reviewed physician prescriptions for completeness and accuracy.
  • Process medical records to ensure the accuracy and completeness of information.
  • Maintain and updated medical records using an electronic filing system.
  • Obtained additional medical records for patient's appointment as necessary.
  • Interviewed patients regarding their medical history and needed medical records.
  • Collected comprehensive patient data from medical records while safeguarding confidentiality.
  • Provided administrative support in maintenance of patient's medical records.
  • Updated patient electronic medical records and placed physician orders.
  • Scan and index medical records into electronic medical records.

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6. EKG

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Here's how EKG is used in Clinical Assistant jobs:
  • Schedule appointments *Obtain vital sign *Perform EKG* Place orders for physician while in the room during patient visit*Medication refills*Administration of vaccines/injections.
  • Interviewed patients and interpreted EKG recordings transmitted via telephone.
  • Performed vital signs monitoring and EKG testing responsibilities.
  • Provided direct care to oncology patients for contributing to efficient operations such as, vital signs, blood draws and EKG.
  • Perform EKG, reported events, prepare for surgeries, vital signs, placed on oxygen, and research.
  • Operated EECP, electrocardiogram (EKG), and other equipment to administer routine diagnostic tests and treatments.
  • Provide all personal care, Drawing blood, EKG's, Charting, Sitting, answering call bells.
  • Assist providers as needed with various tasks such as drawing labs, giving injections and performing EKG's.
  • Interview patients to obtain medical information and measure their vital signs, weight, height and EKG.
  • Perform EKG s on patients and assist the nurses in transporting the patients to and from procedures.
  • Perform EKG's, Blood Draws, and blood glucose monitoring upon doctor and nurses orders.
  • Perform bedside testing such as Blood Glucose Monitoring, EKG's, and routine culture collection.
  • Perform tasks such as drawing blood, inserting catheters, and performing EKG assessments on patients.
  • Processed medication refill requests, vital signs, injections, suture removal, and EKG's.
  • Collaborate with medical care provider on patient needs for lab work, x-ray and EKG.
  • Administer injections, conduct EKG tests, conduct x-rays scans, and various other tests.
  • Assist physicians with office procedures, vitals, EKG, data entry, injections, immunizations
  • Scheduled all laboratory tests including: blood work, EKG's, X-Rays etc.
  • Monitor IV, EKG, vital signs, and Blood Glucose levels for patients.
  • Provided clinic assistance by taking vitals, performing PFT's, and EKG's.

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7. Insurance Companies

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Here's how Insurance Companies is used in Clinical Assistant jobs:
  • Provided written correspondence and obtained supporting documents in response to complaints from insurance companies and government agencies.
  • Assist with insurance verification, claims preparation, medical billing for multiple insurance companies including Medicare.
  • Coordinated/communicated with physician specialists, hospital departments, insurance companies, workers' compensation companies etc.
  • Conducted service terminations, generated discharge summaries and notified insurance companies of hospital-holds and discharges.
  • Filed hundreds of appeals and corresponded with insurance companies through detailed written and verbal communication
  • Scheduled procedures & obtained authorizations from insurance companies for physician ordered diagnostic testing.
  • Contacted insurance companies for referrals and prior authorizations for both appointments and medications.
  • Obtain authorization for scheduled test and prescription medications with multiple insurance companies.
  • Order patients rehab equipment, including obtaining prior authorization from insurance companies.
  • Communicated with insurance companies and physicians regarding coverage and authorization requirements.
  • Generated procedure approvals through patient's medical insurance companies.
  • Called insurance companies to get authorization for outside appointments.
  • Communicate with pharmacies and insurance companies regarding medications.
  • Completed Pharmacy prior authorizations forms for insurance companies.
  • Obtain authorizations from insurance companies.
  • Worked interdependently with other health care professionals and insurance companies to provide continuing quality care to each individual patient's needs.
  • Helped to send out records requests to other doctor's offices, patients, insurance companies and attorney's offices.
  • Coordinated with patients' insurance companies to authorize treatment and payment of bills using accurate diagnostic codes and forms.
  • Verified that insurance companies' authorized care and the type of care provided to clients correlated.
  • Researched and composed correspondence letters with other doctors, insurance companies, and drug companies.

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8. Clinical Trials

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Here's how Clinical Trials is used in Clinical Assistant jobs:
  • Provided support to the Clinical Operation and Project Management department in project-specific task and overall management of clinical trials.
  • Document eligibility, patient follow-up and adverse event reporting for clinical trials in a variety of disciplines.
  • Mediate communication between the company and prospective international clients prior and during clinical trials.
  • Organized data from various clinical trials and accurately entered into database.
  • Collaborated with Clinical Trials Management staff to maintain study tracking database.
  • Coordinated clinical trials communications, calendars, and information tracking.
  • Communicate directly with Medical Doctors and staff conducting clinical trials.
  • Assisted in management and coordination of assigned clinical trials.
  • Interviewed physicians to participate in clinical trials.
  • Conduct clinical trials for pharmaceutical industry.
  • Enter and update documents in clinical trial management databases throughout study maintenance for Phase I and Phase III Clinical Trials.
  • Supported Global Study Managers and study team on multiple trials within Vaccines Development in the International Clinical Trials Department.
  • Assist in maintaining commutations with sites to provide information, track documentation and overall progress of clinical trials.
  • Worked on-call with physicians, sponsors, research subjects, and UNM HRPO, conducting clinical trials.
  • Assisted over 70 physician offices implement clinical trials at their site and oversaw the site start-up process.
  • Assembled and distributed study materials to all sites participating in clinical trials for a high priority sponsor.
  • Produce materials for regulatory agencies, clinical trials sites, internal parties and the project website.
  • Managed help desk queries to ensure timely resolution for 8 clinical trials at over 80 sites.
  • Registered patients and created patient charts for new patients being screened and enrolled in clinical trials.
  • Assisted with Study Product Kit Assembly and label affixing for clinical trials as defined in protocol.

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9. Customer Service

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Here's how Customer Service is used in Clinical Assistant jobs:
  • Provided professional, educational, and compassionate customer service when in-taking and discharging companion animals from their owners.
  • Collaborated with a team to facilitate exceptional customer service and proper delivery of care to a diverse population.
  • Demonstrated, promoted and adhered to excellent customer service skills including professionalism and confidentiality of patient data.
  • Demonstrate initiative to improve quality and customer service by striving to exceed customer expectations
  • Designed call handling structure that optimized worker efficiency and increased customer service quality.
  • Promoted exceptional customer service supporting the Nursing Department Philosophy of Family-Centered Care.
  • Created patient relationships with providing excellent customer service and care.
  • Deliver high-level patient experience, by providing excellent customer service.
  • Worked with Respiratory Therapist in scheduling and Customer Service Needs.
  • Provide excellent customer service in a busy ambulatory care setting.
  • Received letters of recognition from patients for exceptional customer service.
  • Received numerous compliments and awards for customer service.
  • Provided customer service to individuals with heart monitors.
  • Recognized and rewarded for dependability and customer service.
  • Assisted customer service staff to coordinate respiratory-related discharges.
  • Developed and maintained a high level of customer service
  • Administered telephonic pacemaker tests and provided customer service
  • Confirm rapport business through excellent customer service.
  • Assist with customer services including income/expense.
  • Provided customer service and assist customers.

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10. Appointment Scheduling

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Here's how Appointment Scheduling is used in Clinical Assistant jobs:
  • Coordinated reception and appointment scheduling, collection of patient co-payments and insurance verification.
  • Directed patients to the patient navigators for appointment scheduling after receiving discharge instructions.
  • Assist Respiratory Department with administrative duties and appointment scheduling.
  • Assisted with administrative and front desk duties including appointment scheduling, patient registration, prescription filling, and surgical scheduling.
  • Provided assistance in the office with tasks such as appointment scheduling, record keeping, telephone management and billing.
  • Front desk registering, Assist doctor with patients, appointment scheduling, Translation for Spanish speaking patients if needed.
  • Assist with appointment scheduling, client census, Data entry and quarterly report.
  • Track and resolve deficiencies in appointment scheduling, record keeping and medical documentation.
  • Coordinate patient scheduling and flow throughout the day by providing accurate appointment scheduling.
  • Handled front desk check in of incoming patients and managed appointment scheduling.
  • Complete patient vitals, exam room set-up and return appointment scheduling.
  • Assisted with patient appointment scheduling via phone and in person.
  • Handle appointment scheduling, billing and patient interaction.
  • Answer phones, assist with appointment scheduling.
  • Managed all aspects of appointment scheduling.
  • Computerized Appointment Scheduling for appointments a.
  • Maintain knowledge of appointment scheduling practices c. Maintain knowledge of appointment scheduling policies and procedures 4.
  • Assist with in Office Procedures Appointment Scheduling and Room Patients Injections and Transcribing
  • Handle multi-line phone system Patient appointment scheduling Room patients and take vitals Perform phlebotomy, basic lab work (e.g.

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11. Data Entry

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Here's how Data Entry is used in Clinical Assistant jobs:
  • Maintain and manage data entry into designated clinical tracking systems in accordance with project requirements.
  • Performed complex word processing and data entry procedures and operated common office equipment.
  • Identified problems regarding data entry and forms logging and made recommendations for improvement.
  • Perform patient registration and data entry of patient information & medical History.
  • Performed data entry of immunization records to insure information was current.
  • Conducted clinical trial data entry for reporting and statistical purposes.
  • Provided data entry of laboratory result and facility in-charge.
  • Audited numerous appointments daily for accurate data entry.
  • Completed data entry and documentation of interventions provided.
  • Conducted data entry and operated office equipment.
  • Perform complex research, tracking and clinical data entry pertaining to subjects on clinical studies utilizing Safety Surveillance and Tracking databases.
  • Maintain organization of study files, data entry, and related project documents within the TMF and other file archiving systems.
  • Facilitate quality control projects through data gathering, data entry into spreadsheets, power points, and presentations of my findings.
  • Trained 5 new assistants on material distribution, issue resolution, form review, and use of multiple data entry systems.
  • Assist with the documentation of medical information, maintains the electronic medical patient record systems and performs various data entry functions.
  • Cleared backlog by performing data entry, scanning, and filing of clinical trial documents and subject case report forms.
  • Performed vast amounts of data entry weekly to generate updated charts and screened for Medicare compliance in all team documentation.
  • Assist OAS manager of information systems and BHSI Assistant Director with research projects and provide specialized data entry.
  • Monitored patient files, EMR's, medical data entry, lab delivery between the two office locations.
  • Performed user testing of data validation checks (programmed queries), data entry screens, and reports.

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12. Exam Rooms

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Here's how Exam Rooms is used in Clinical Assistant jobs:
  • Prepare exam rooms by monitoring and replenishing supplies and performing routine housekeeping.
  • Scheduled office and hospital appointments Prepared all exam rooms
  • Check patients in and out, Make supply and vaccine orders, keep exam rooms clean and stocked at all times.
  • Worked in a variety of departments during my summers employed: x-ray, operating room, and in the exam rooms.
  • Maintain medical stock, monitors status of lab and exam rooms stock/replenish and conduct general cleaning of exam rooms and laboratory.
  • Clean, organize and prepare exam rooms, maintain clinic supplies and inventory, organize charts and maintain clinic flow.
  • Interview patients, take vitals, update charts, help patients to exam rooms, explain health education materials
  • Ordered lab work, maintain and set up exam rooms, check in patients and schedule follow up appointments
  • Set up exam rooms and lab, handle lab specimens, stock supplies, and maintain lab equipment.
  • Keep exam rooms clean, stocked with supplies and equipment for providers for patient's appointments and procedures.
  • Called patients back to exam rooms to confirm and verify personal patient information along with up dating medications.
  • Ensured that exam rooms were maintained at all times and all aspects of clinic flow are addressed.
  • Maintain & set up exam rooms, Assist in minor surgical procedures using aseptic or sterile technique.
  • Assisted in exam rooms as hand holder, translator, prepared rooms and breakdowns after each patient.
  • Work with patients from bringing patients back to exam rooms, vitals, and health history checklist.
  • Set up exam rooms for various office visits such as OBGYN, Physicals, and Well-Child Visits.
  • Assist doctors in PrimeCare Clinics, take vitals and weights, assist patients to exam rooms.
  • Maintained sanitary environment of kennels and cleaned and stocked the exam rooms and office work areas.
  • Prepared exam rooms for examination by doctor, assisted during GYN procedures, stitches, etc.
  • Escort patients to exam rooms and review patient records for completeness of personal and health data.

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13. Phlebotomy

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Here's how Phlebotomy is used in Clinical Assistant jobs:
  • Ensured proficiency in patient and surgical care including phlebotomy, emergency services, physical examination, ophthalmic and optometry.
  • Administered medical care to the pediatric population, dispensed medicine and vaccinations, and phlebotomy procedures.
  • Assisted nurse-practitioner by completing patient intakes and performing lab functions such as phlebotomy and intramuscular injections.
  • Obtained specimens, including performing phlebotomy while practicing safe handling and labeling.
  • Perform specimen collection and phlebotomy with correct labeling and processing.
  • Experienced in phlebotomy, skin punctures, and immunization administration.
  • Perform phlebotomy, medical laboratory procedures and ECG as required.
  • Assisted with phlebotomy, immunization, and laboratory orders.
  • Performed phlebotomy and medication injections per provider's orders.
  • Perform phlebotomy and/or medication injections per provider s orders.
  • Performed phlebotomy draws for patients suspected of systemic infections.
  • Conducted phlebotomy withdraws and lab procedures.
  • Obtained my certificate in phlebotomy.
  • Obtained Vital Signs, Phlebotomy, ECG, Checked in patient, filing, mailing, and answering calls.
  • Performed vision, hearing, and stress tests and I checked glucose levels, urine tests and phlebotomy.
  • Assisted with phlebotomy, HIV testing and STD education for safe sex practices to a diverse patient population.
  • Performed technical clinic functions, such as vitals, phlebotomy, lab work, and medical charting.
  • Provide care for patients on Medical Oncology floor such as vital signs, weights, phlebotomy.
  • Assist physician, instrumentation, take patients vital signs, phlebotomy, set appointments, answer phones
  • Assisted doctors and nurses with direct patient care, performed vitals, phlebotomy and lab tests.

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14. Triage

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Here's how Triage is used in Clinical Assistant jobs:
  • Facilitated intake and triage of subjects by obtaining demographic, historical and clinical information.
  • Performed telephone triage of patients and identified need for medical evaluation.
  • Provide telephone triage, crisis intervention and emergency authorizations as needed.
  • Entrusted with non-emergent telephone triage and prescription medication orders.
  • Provide high quality patient care through telephone triage, patient education, procedure and medication authorization, and direct patient interaction.
  • Utilize e-clinical system in interpreting patient data; while performing triage, blood work, and vaccines and monitoring vital signs.
  • Created educational materials featuring child development, health promotion, medication compliance, supportive care, and telephone triage strategies.
  • Performed new patient examination in triage, administering prescribed medication, X-rays, fecal lab work and scheduled rechecks.
  • Escort patient from waiting area to triage area, ranging from those patients with full mobility to limited mobility.
  • Assist in minor surgery, blood draws and injections, vitals, and telephone triage and EMR.
  • Assisted in administration of the health center including; inventory, supplies, telephone triage and scheduling.
  • Assisted Clinic Charge Nurse in triage; obtained vital signs, patient history, and presenting symptoms.
  • Obtain vital signs on all patients, medical history, triage note, prior to physician examination.
  • Registered patients and processed referrals; performed patient intake and basic triage of patients' medical problems.
  • Assist with patient prescription orders, cash management and day to day triage and clinical needs.
  • Perfected skills in blood draws, lab collection, phone triage, and sexual history triage.
  • Obtain Patient vital signs, collect lab sample and asses for patient triage and discharge.
  • Job duties include: Triage new patient referrals for Dr. Michael Edwards, Pediatric Neurosurgeon.
  • Assisted the triage team with taking chief complaints, vital signs and answering of phones.
  • Provided assistance to providers with routine patient care, minor procedures and triage to patients.

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15. Regulatory Documents

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Here's how Regulatory Documents is used in Clinical Assistant jobs:
  • Communicated with domestic coordinators and managers for study progress of regulatory documents received in-house prior to and ongoing site participation.
  • Spearheaded the timely processing of all regulatory documents activities associated with trial initiation of Phases I-IV clinical trials.
  • Communicated with Clinical Trial Managers weekly to ensure the timely receipt of regulatory documents by clinical sites.
  • Review and record findings for in-coming regulatory documents for completeness, accuracy and consistency with established guidelines.
  • Performed data entry of regulatory documents and maintenance of Investigator information in the Clinical Trial Management System.
  • Communicated with domestic site coordinators and monitors regarding regulatory documents received in-house for ongoing site participation.
  • Collected, reviewed and tracked regulatory documents as primary or secondary reviewer depending on study needs.
  • Worked with outside translation firm to insure the submission of timely and accurate European regulatory documents.
  • Interacted with pharmaceutical companies to obtain confidentiality disclosure agreements, protocols, and regulatory documents.
  • Collected, reviewed and tracked regulatory documents for assigned investigator sites for accuracy and completeness.
  • Supervised the receipt and distribution of study related regulatory documents and correspondence from assigned sites.
  • Collected, managed and performed data entry of regulatory documents and other study information.
  • Received and processed patient randomization/enrollment requests and reviewed regulatory documents for completeness and accuracy.
  • Contacted sites to resolve study related issues and monitor progress in completing regulatory documents.
  • Review of regulatory documents and Essential clinical research documents required for study initiation.
  • Screened study-related regulatory documents for completeness to ensure accuracy of data and documentation.
  • Contacted clinical sites for specific requests to resolve outstanding issues regarding regulatory documents.
  • Reviewed and negotiated site regulatory documents, including site identification and contracts.
  • Maintain all levels of essential regulatory documents needed to conduct clinical trials.
  • Collected and reviewed essential regulatory documents prior to site initiation/study drug release.

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16. Phone Calls

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Here's how Phone Calls is used in Clinical Assistant jobs:
  • Attended phone calls from pharmacies/patients about prescribed medications and communicated with physician to resolve their issues.
  • Fielded/educated incoming parents/student/staff/public phone calls to correct department and personal.
  • Managed incoming phone calls and relayed correspondence to appropriate counselors.
  • Answered telephone calls and provided patients/nurses with information when required.
  • Take care of all patient medication refills, answer pharmacy line and pull charts for Physicians to return all phone calls.
  • Logged weekly expense files, attendance for company while handling multiple phone calls * Delivered mail to proper personnel throughout Manhattan Offices
  • Handle incoming phone calls from clients, responding to inquiries, directing them to the appropriate office, and resolving issues.
  • Work must be completed in a timely and professional manner and may include making outreach telephone calls to the provider.
  • Answered multiple line telephones, returned patient and MD phone calls per provider request, used fax and copy machines.
  • Prepared patient paperwork and charts, answered phone calls and assisted with any questions regarding the clinic or appointments.
  • Take patient phone calls and answer questions about procedures, recovery, treatment, restrictions, medications, etc.
  • Make and take phone calls, assist patients, cleans clinic and equipment, assists wherever the PT needs help
  • Organize & update all student files, answer phone calls for nurse, and carry out general office duties.
  • Answered phone calls, scheduled appointments, and followed up with patients regarding payment plans and appointment times.
  • Attend to other administrative duties necessary, such as answering phone calls, taking messages, and filing.
  • Worked as a temporary office assistant for a Podiatrist, answering phone calls and scheduling follow up appointment.
  • Perform general office duties such as answering phone calls, taking dictation and completing various medical forms.
  • Fielded an average of 80 phone calls daily and often answered questions regarding the school's programs.
  • Performed administrative duties such as the coordination of schedules and prompt response of all incoming phone calls.
  • Used company's electronic medical documentation system to make telephone calls to patients after their visits.

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17. Clinical Staff

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Here's how Clinical Staff is used in Clinical Assistant jobs:
  • Created weekly schedules for clinical staff, conducted appointment confirmations, and processed missed appointment correspondence.
  • Assured that patient record and laboratory or radiology test results are available for medical/clinical staff.
  • Assisted clinical staff with support activities including regulatory and contractual documents.
  • Provided assistance to other clinical staff co-workers in various capacities.
  • Perform bilingual interpretation for patients and clinical staff.
  • Enter data into medical management system and route to clinical staff as appropriate, including but no limited to urgent request.
  • Assisted one of the busiest cataract surgeons in Jacksonville; provided communication links between the physician and the clinical staff.
  • Assist in the day to day supervision of clinical and non clinical staff in a residential D&A setting.
  • Coordinated distribution of all Clinical Trial Supplies and served as a central contact for clinical staff assigned to specific studies.
  • Fulfilled and managed clinical staff requests for 146 clients and provided accurate and timely report distribution to improve department performance.
  • Work effectively with clinical staff including physical therapists, occupational therapists, speech therapists, nurses and social workers.
  • Assisted 3 Clinical Staff with dictation of progress notes, letters and other correspondence related to residents.
  • Served as security officer to ensure the safety of the van, clinical staff, and patients.
  • Act as a liaison between the patients and families, triage nurse, clinical staff and security.
  • Assist the clinical staff in maintaining efficient Care Center flow by directing patients to assigned rooms.
  • Worked closely with the Doctor and clinical staff to ensure an efficient and profitable schedule flow.
  • Assisted clinical staff in re-engaging clients into therapy as well as closing clients as needed.
  • Utilized my Medical Assisting skills to fill in for clinical staff during the EHR implementation.
  • Performed a variety of patient care duties to assist the Physicians and clinical staff.
  • Train administrative and clinical staff (front desk, scribe, ophthalmic technician).

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18. Blood Pressure

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Here's how Blood Pressure is used in Clinical Assistant jobs:
  • Obtain vital information such as body temperature, blood pressure, heart rate, glucose testing, and conduct blood draws.
  • Work Skills: Worked with: Thermometers, monitored and manual blood pressure cuffs, glucose meters and mechanical lifts.
  • Take and record patient pulse, blood pressure, O2 sat, weight, glucose, and temperature regularly.
  • Welcomed patients and prepared them for their appointment by taking their height, weight, blood pressure, etc.
  • Prepared charts, insurance verification and patient intake including vital signs, injections and blood pressure check.
  • Worked in school clinic and health dept doing weight height blood pressure temp urine pregnancy and documenting.
  • Assess and chart patient vitals including: blood pressure, temperature, heat rate and oxygen saturation.
  • Applied Skills: Injections, vitals, blood pressure, urinalysis, and throat cultures.
  • Read and recorded temperature, pulse, blood pressure, height, weight and respiration.
  • Conduct height, weight, and vision screening as well as blood pressure checks.
  • Provided basic clinical services, such as blood pressure and weight/height measurements to patients.
  • Take and document vital signs such as blood pressure and temperature.
  • Performed blood pressure and Sp02 measurements during rest and exercise.
  • Blood pressure assessment (rest and exercise).
  • Remove acupuncture needles and take blood pressure.
  • Check vitals and blood pressures.
  • Managed patient blood pressure clinics.
  • Meet, greet, weigh, check manual blood pressure, and pulse for each patient.
  • Take and record height, weight, and blood pressure with pulse rate.
  • Provide basic patient care and treatments, such as taking temperatures or blood pressures, dressing wounds or performing catheterizations.

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19. Front Desk

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Here's how Front Desk is used in Clinical Assistant jobs:
  • Consulted patients with warm-up activities -Managed front desk while offering commendable customer service and inputting patient appointments and co-pays -General office duties
  • Oversee computerized front desk management and patient relations for a fast-paced cardiology medical office.
  • Promoted accuracy and efficiency in front desk procedures and paperwork.
  • Managed the front desk including subject reception/screening/scheduling.
  • Front Desk receptionist/greeter for Cutaneous Surgery Clinic.
  • Handle medical front desk in computerized and manual scheduling, billing, and health/insurance records supervision, including main carriers.
  • Helped front desk in greeting the patients, doing routine paper work and help with insurance billing and coding.
  • Served as back-up to front desk with patient check in and out, posted of all charges and payments.
  • Increased front desk collections by 32% presenting and selling case plans valued at $2,500 to $4,500.
  • Front desk duties; greeting, answering phones, checking in patients, pulling out charts, etc.
  • Front Desk duties include answering all patient call light and informing others of the Patients needs and concerns.
  • Assisted front desk with patient appointment reminder calls and enrolled patients in pilot Patient Portal installment program.
  • Coordinate operations for a full clinic alone, as front desk assistant and back desk nurse simultaneously.
  • Filled in at the front desk scheduling, answering phones, and taking new patient calls.
  • Managed front desk duties in a fast paced, stressful working environment on the Oncology Unit.
  • Worked the front desk of the pediatric clinic, organizing paperwork and communicating with patients.
  • Provided front desk clinic support in an extremely busy clinic where customer service is paramount.
  • Assist with other front desk duties including copying, filing and answering incoming phone calls.
  • Front desk support for a high traffic medical, surgical and cosmetic dermatology office.
  • Perform routine tests, specimen collection, patient registration, and front desk support.

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20. Cras

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Here's how Cras is used in Clinical Assistant jobs:
  • Collaborate with CRA and iCRAs on the preparation, handling and distribution of Clinical Trial Supplies and maintenance of tracking information.
  • Accompany CRAs on site visits to assist with clinical monitoring duties upon completion of required training and with required approval.
  • Support all CRAs/Monitors, Project Managers and Clinical Director during all clinical trials, including tracking of all clinical documents.
  • Included filing, reviewing and certifying documentation, contacting sites, the sponsor and/or CRAs (Clinical Research Associates).
  • Ensured proper maintenance of and communication with project team members, CRAs, and site personnel, as required.
  • Interacted with CRAs, Site's (if necessary)pertaining to documentation and any project related support required.
  • Assist the Clinical Project Manager and CRAs with maintain and updating clinical systems and tracking of site performance.
  • Assist Clinical Research Associates (CRAs) with accurately updating and maintaining clinical document management projects of studies.
  • Collaborate with CRAs to document: location - completion - and accuracy of study related documents.
  • Accompanied CRAs and CTM on site monitoring as well assisted with reviewing monitoring reports.
  • Accompanied CRAs on site visits to assist with clinical monitoring duties as needed.
  • Assist CRAs to ensure that the investigator site file is complete and accurate.
  • Trained the in-house team and contract-CRAs on protocol, and related documents.
  • Communicate with CRAs after preparing the Coming & Past due report.
  • Assist CRAs in preparation for clinical trial site monitoring visits.
  • Followed up with sites or CRAs regarding outstanding queries.
  • Worked with CRAs on clinical monitoring plan.
  • Prepared site visit monitoring packets for CRAs.
  • Provided in-house support to field-based CRAs.
  • Trained CRAs and CTAs on the process of and oversaw all aspects of a global marketing health economics project.

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21. Scheduling Appointments

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Here's how Scheduling Appointments is used in Clinical Assistant jobs:
  • Assisted with insurance authorizations for medications and diagnostic testing/prescription refills/scheduling appointments/inventory control.
  • Determined appropriate servicing clinician, interpreting insurance coverage, scheduling appointments and assisting customers in removing barriers to attendance at appointments.
  • Contacted patients regarding scheduling appointments, exam/test results or as directed by provider.
  • Performed all back and front office duties such as answering telephones, scheduling appointments, record management and completing insurance forms.
  • Answer telephone inquiries, scheduling appointments, filling medication refill requests and forward patient messages to the physician and clinical staff.
  • Discussed with clients the complex and difficult decision to terminate pregnancy Responsible for scheduling appointments, and answering client's questions.
  • Assist support staff with duties in the front office: answering phones, scheduling appointments, greeting clients, receiving payments.
  • Answer, screen, or forward calls, providing information, taking messages, or scheduling or rescheduling appointments.
  • Perform clerical duties, including answering telephones, filing, scheduling appointments, insurance verification and patient check in.
  • Operate telephone Switchboard to answer, screen and forward calls, providing information, taking messages and scheduling appointments.
  • Assist in scheduling appointments, checking patients in and out, answering phone calls, taking payments from patients.
  • Answer telephones and provide customers with assistance (redirecting calls, scheduling appointments, etc.).
  • Preformed clerical duties, such as scheduling appointments, collecting data, and documenting health insurance billings.
  • Assist both students and employees with community based resources, and locating and scheduling appointments with therapist.
  • Assisted making follow-up calls to patients, scheduling appointments, managing medical supply inventories and more.
  • Performed various receptionist duties: greeting patients, answering telephones, scheduling appointments, etc.
  • Front office duties included answering telephone calls, scheduling appointments, and completing filing duties.
  • Performed vital signs, obtained lab specimens, rooming patients, scheduling appointments.
  • Respond to client telephone calls giving basic information, scheduling appointments and discussing.
  • Conducted secretarial duties including answering phones, scheduling appointments, and filing.

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22. Drawing Blood

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Here's how Drawing Blood is used in Clinical Assistant jobs:
  • Performed Vascular Doppler exam, drawing bloods, administered medication, examined and monitored clients.
  • Provide office support, abortion counseling, patient preparation and laboratory duties including drawing blood for fast paced clinical setting.
  • Served as a clinical assistant, to include drawing blood and providing personal care to patients.
  • Performed basic procedures, such as vaccinations, drawing blood and assisting in appointments.
  • Assisted medical staff with vital signs, and drawing blood.
  • Assisted NP or PA with injections, triaging patients, drawing blood, administering injections, taking and managing all EMR.

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23. RN

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Here's how RN is used in Clinical Assistant jobs:
  • Authored instructional guidelines for different types of user manuals, utilizing information gathered from internal and external departments and other entities.
  • Expedited admissions to inpatient/outpatient treatment and facilitated return-to-work process, working with FMLA and absence management policies.
  • Provide solutions for problems/concerns and address issues during monitor teleconferences, take minutes and distribute accordingly.
  • Maintained line of communication between medical provider and patient regarding care and medical concerns.
  • Build inquiries by entering provider requests into company system and returning invalid requests.
  • Provided superior business support to VP Global Clinical Operations and an international team.
  • Individualized and utilized alternative comfort, diversion, or safety measures during procedures.
  • Learn about postural exams, internal chemistry systems and nutritional supplementation.
  • Recorded data and tracked behavior patterns in a fast-paced environment.
  • Read and responded diligently to internal and external correspondence.
  • Maintained internal metrics based on the established guidelines.
  • Recruited and supervised undergraduate and graduate school interns.
  • Conduct telephone interviews for national and international studies.
  • Admitted patients with abnormal physical/mental concerns and discrepancies.
  • Managed internal audit system and abnormal cytology follow-up.
  • Arranged both external investigator and internal meetings.
  • Develop and implement internal process improvement initiatives.
  • Supervised departmental orientation programs for new interns.
  • Assisted with administrative duties concerning patients.
  • Provide customer service to internal/external customers.

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24. Independent Living

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Here's how Independent Living is used in Clinical Assistant jobs:
  • Advocated for appropriate levels of care for patients, aided with independent living skills training and facilitated rehabilitation services.
  • Educated patients and families about independent living and adaptation to disability or illness.
  • Worked in a therapeutic home for at-risk teenage males creating and teaching independent living skills and relapse prevention programs
  • Educate and Improve clients independent living skills and knowledge.
  • Provide daily independent living skills to clients.
  • Educated patients and families about infant care, preparation of healthy meals, independent living and adaptation to disability or illness.

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25. Test Cases

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Here's how Test Cases is used in Clinical Assistant jobs:
  • Automated test cases using Ranorex to elaborate data-driven tests, excluding XML data format, by means of this tool.
  • Involved in Automation of the test cases using Selenium WebDriver, JUnit and Ant.

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26. Study Protocol

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Here's how Study Protocol is used in Clinical Assistant jobs:
  • Perform Site Initiation calls with site study coordinators in North America to familiarize them with study protocol and inclusion/exclusion criteria.
  • Develop a strategy for implementing study procedures in compliance with study protocols.
  • Communicated and worked directly with oncology physicians regarding new study protocols.
  • Reviewed study protocols for accuracy and suggested amendments as needed.
  • Procured study protocols for Principal Investigator consideration.
  • Reviewed study protocols and informed consent forms
  • Attend meetings and teleconferences related to the clinical trials; stay abreast of information and any changes to study protocol.
  • Develop a high level of familiarity and knowledge of the study protocol and flow chart of study procedures.
  • Monitor or help to monitor one to several clinical sites to ensure adherence to the clinical study protocol.
  • Resolved issues that came up during trial as per GCP, SOP, study protocols and regulatory guidelines.
  • Work in a team to review and understand the study protocol and the time-lines.
  • Contribute to preparation, review, and distribution of study protocols and amendments.
  • Study protocols from doctors and organized files at the Veteran Affairs Hospital.
  • Updated study protocols with 100% accuracy used in clinical research studies.
  • Stayed abreast of information and any changes to study protocol.
  • Responded to routine questions related to study protocol from sites.
  • Designed and created clinical research forms for study protocols.
  • Dispense, prepare, and sometimes administer investigational medications, injections, and/or treatments as directed by research study protocols.
  • Adhered to study protocols and timelines; communicated in a timely manner with supervisor and study team.

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27. Medical Supplies

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Here's how Medical Supplies is used in Clinical Assistant jobs:
  • Assisted with technical and administrative management duty responsible for ordering medical supplies through the Army Automated Medical Supply System.
  • Developed a central services/pharmacy unit, including medical supplies and equipment donor program.
  • Maintained inventory and ordered necessary medical supplies and materials needed.
  • Decontaminated and sterilized medical supplies equipment and instruments.
  • Managed inventory of medical supplies and materials.
  • Created files for newly admitted patients Tracked physician orders Ensured that paperwork was ready for weekly meetings Ordered office and medical supplies
  • Managed medical supplies for Agency by use of purchase order system, including but not limited to inventory and billing.
  • Lead clinical duties included organizing medical supplies, instruments, pathology requisitions and patient charts before and after travel.
  • Order and stock rooms with medical supplies and maintain cleanliness of office equipment such as probes and ultrasound machines.
  • Keep track of inventory and orders medical supplies and materials, Keep all rooms stocked.*Scanning/Epic.
  • Performed office functions such as filing, stocking medical supplies, and submitting routine insurance claims.
  • Inventoried medical supplies to ensure adequate stock levels / organized client database to improve efficiency.
  • Set up each exam room with medical supplies along with reordering supplies for the office.
  • Control inventory of clinic and medical supplies; ordering new supplies as needed.
  • Managed and maintained room levels, and ordered medical supplies as needed.
  • Maintain all rooms stock and share responsibilities for ordering all medical supplies.
  • Ordered and stored medical supplies, cleaned, stocked all patient care areas
  • Inventory and ordering of all front office and clinical medical supplies.
  • Created a system for organizing and maintaining medical supplies and equipment.
  • Purchased office and medical supplies on a daily and/or needed basis.

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28. Hipaa

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Here's how Hipaa is used in Clinical Assistant jobs:
  • Provided pertinent care information with insurance company while following HIPAA regulations when procedure request where denied.
  • Maintained Residential intake insurance and financial forms following all rules and regulations regarding HIPAA.
  • Processed and responded to releases of medical information while following HIPAA Regulations.
  • Documented patient information obtained from interviews and ensured HIPAA compliance.
  • Maintained patient confidentiality according to HIPAA rules and regulations.
  • Expanded knowledge of medical terminology and HIPAA regulations.
  • Monitor medical record requests following HIPAA guidelines.
  • Complied with regulations for HIPAA, mandated reporting of abuse and neglect, Consumer Confidentiality, and other Consumer Rights.
  • Keep clients' medical history and files organized and accessible while keeping in compliance with HIPAA regulations and standards.
  • Coordinated care with the patients' medical and insurance providers while complying with HIPAA rules and regulations.
  • Process image request and produce CD's in accordance with company HIPAA policies.
  • Assist patients to complete necessary forms in accordance to HIPAA and Practice Regulations.
  • Practiced working knowledge of the HIPAA privacy rule to ensure patient confidentiality.
  • Assure confidentiality by adhering to the rules and regulations of HIPAA.
  • Work under strict deadlines and within New Jersey State HIPAA laws.
  • Closed clinic and shut down computers to uphold HIPAA regulations.
  • Maintain patient records and ensure HIPAA compliance and data accuracy.
  • Ensured HIPAA laws were followed when discussing patient information.
  • Maintained confidential HIPAA standards with all patient documents.
  • Employed patient confidentiality and HIPAA best practices.

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29. Treatment Plans

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Here's how Treatment Plans is used in Clinical Assistant jobs:
  • Functioned as constant environment variable essential in the development of individual assessments and treatment plans for developmentally disabled patients.
  • Collaborated with members and interdisciplinary teams to customize treatment plans with measurable achievable goals.
  • Reported and discussed findings to medical personnel and assisted in designing individual treatment plans.
  • Provided comprehensive case management services, including creating treatment plans and feeding protocols.
  • Develop Medication Treatment Plans and Behavioral Treatment Plans.
  • Devised and communicated patient treatment plans.
  • Produced treatment plans and individualized plans of care at the completion of each individual and or group therapy sessions as needed.
  • Provided timely and efficient backup to the Treatment Planning Coordinator and completed treatment plans in her absence and whenever needed.
  • Evaluated patients' medical needs by gathering a focused history and physical, and discussing treatment plans with supervising physicians.
  • Presented treatment plans to patients to ensure their understanding and comfort with proceeding forward while generating financial growth for practice.
  • Educated patients about diagnoses, treatment plans, medications, and samples to ensure patient had full understanding.
  • Managed, monitored and implemented treatment plans, activities and services via a collaborative case management plans.
  • Verified Insurance coverage, presented Treatment plans, and reviewed financial opportunities to assist patients in treatment.
  • Fulfilled customer needs by arrangement of appointments, grading of tests, and construction of treatment plans
  • Collected data on problem behaviors to be reviewed by treatment teams and incorporated in treatment plans.
  • Assisted in the development of treatment plans for children with severe eating disorders and/or behavior problems.
  • Used OMPS daily to schedule patient's appointments and updated his or her treatment plans.
  • Provided education to patients regarding general care, medication, treatment plans and procedures.
  • Ensured treatment plans with attending dentist and cost involvement for prescribed treatment.
  • Participate in the development of client treatment plans and treatment plan reviews.

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30. Clinical Systems

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Here's how Clinical Systems is used in Clinical Assistant jobs:
  • Worked via several in-house clinical systems for study site data management
  • Assisted the Clinical Team Lead with accurately updating and maintaining clinical systems that track site compliance and performance.
  • Assist Clinical Trial Lead and Clinical Research Associates (CRA) with updating and maintaining clinical systems.
  • Updated and maintained clinical systems and study specific trackers.
  • Update and maintain clinical systems.
  • Collaborate with coordinators and investigators to maintain and update clinical systems that track compliance and performance within project timelines.
  • Reorganized and restructured clinical systems to ensure proper departmental operations Supported Optometrist/Ophthalmologist in patient exams.
  • Supported the clinical project team by accurately updating and maintaining clinical systems within project timelines.
  • Created on site CCF and CIF for study Produced action item/site contact reports through clinical systems on a monthly basis.
  • Assist with accurately updating and maintaining clinical systems that track site compliance and performance within project timelines.
  • Update and maintain clinical systems within projected timelines and review files for accuracy and completeness.

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31. Hippa

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Here's how Hippa is used in Clinical Assistant jobs:
  • Maintained complete confidentiality regarding patient information as per Health Insurance Portability and Accountability (HIPPA) regulations.
  • Register Patients into two billing systems, maintain patient data, update patient health information while maintain HIPPA.
  • Assist with patient care management, complaint resolution, record keeping, and HIPPA/OSHA regulations compliance.
  • Establish and adhere to protocols, policies, and procedures: maintain OSHA and HIPPA standards.
  • Maintain all medical safety practices and equipment including HIPPA, CDC and hospital regulations.
  • Convey relevant and useful information effectively to others, under the HIPPA guidelines.
  • Expanded Functions Dental AssistantOSHA and HIPPA Treatment planning Coordinating staff and training EHR
  • Oversee the privacy of client information and uphold HIPPA security client records.
  • Receive and send pertinent patient information via fax while maintaining HIPPA regulations.
  • Maintain OSHA and HIPPA regulations within the practice for corporate compliance.
  • Maintain compliance with OSHA, HIPPA and other privacy policies and procedures
  • Adhered to HIPPA regulations to protect patients' rights and privacy.
  • Follow hospital and unit specific protocols and adhere to HIPPA guidelines.
  • Obtained consents for certain treatments or procedures, HIPPA.
  • Practice HIPPA with all patient health information.
  • Recorded examinations and maintained strict HIPPA records.
  • Handle patient information according to HIPPA regulations.
  • Managed patient scheduling Updated patient contact and other pertinent information with respect for HIPPA regulations.
  • Adhere to HIPPArequirements and maintain all confidentiality.
  • Fax verbal orders, SOC, Recert 485's, missed visit notes to doctor for signature while maintaining HIPPA compliance.

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32. Administrative Tasks

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Here's how Administrative Tasks is used in Clinical Assistant jobs:
  • Performed day-to-day administrative tasks such as maintaining information files and processing paperwork within file cabinets.
  • Assisted team members with designated administrative tasks in support of clinical trial execution and management.
  • Perform assigned administrative tasks to support team members with clinical trial execution.
  • Verified patient insurance through NextGen software and performed other administrative tasks.
  • Execute administrative tasks such as answering telephones and scheduling patients.
  • Performed assigned administrative tasks to support team members.
  • Performed administrative tasks such as scheduling of client appointment, processing payments, and maintaining office inventory and clinic materials.
  • Cater to doctors and nurses when in need of any assistance, even including administrative tasks.
  • Assisted the clinic by performing administrative tasks, patient care and clinic maintenance.
  • Perform administrative tasks to support Clinical Operations Department and team members as needed.
  • Performed routine administrative tasks and anything as needed per physician's request.
  • Review billing for completeness, and other administrative tasks as requested.
  • Assisted nursing staff with post-op patient care and administrative tasks
  • Performed administrative tasks in support of clinical trials team.
  • Assist multiple physicians with procedures and administrative tasks.
  • Performed administrative tasks for conducting an IM.
  • Perform administrative tasks including answering the phone, schedulingappointments and maintaining accuracy of patient charts.
  • Assist clinic coordinator, medical assistants and healthcare providers with clinical and administrative tasks.
  • Completed administrative tasks and phone triaged.
  • Volunteer experience as a Clinic Assistant at a General Legal Clinic Performs administrative tasks Helps lawyers with research on legal issues

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33. CPR

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Here's how CPR is used in Clinical Assistant jobs:
  • Certified Medical Terminology and CPR certified.
  • Assisted in Level I trauma center performed CPR, medical/therapeutic procedures, patient interview assessment.
  • Acted as a paramedic including CPR, heart defibrillator, first aid, emergency care.
  • Maintained CPR certification on yearly basis and performed errands as per the instructions of supervisor.
  • Perform CPR when needed as well as many other emergency services.
  • Provide support and CPR training to families of critically ill patients.
  • Administered medications as directed by a physician, including CPR.
  • Perform CPR, use and set up suction equipment.
  • Participate in CPR, bandage treatment in emergency issues.
  • Maintain current CPR and First Aid Certification.
  • Called CPR Team in emergent situations.
  • Maintain valid CPR-First Aid training.
  • Certified for CPR & First Aid
  • Attended the PCMH Virginia Mason Conference for improving patient care, Ochin Epic Super User Training, CPR certified and certified interpreter
  • Trained to provide emergence first aid and Cardio Pulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) until further assistance arrive.
  • Trained in safety care, CPR, verbal and physical de-escalation techniques.
  • Maintained personnel file, WBTs, CPR and TB compliance records.
  • Maintain AHA BLS/CPR certification Order and maintain laboratory supplies
  • Recieved CPR certification from Red Cross.
  • Completed many on-the-job trainings Trained new employees Phlebotomy and Non-Violent Crisis Intervention training completed CPR certified

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34. IRB

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Here's how IRB is used in Clinical Assistant jobs:
  • Assembled and organized clinical study documentation including preparation for submission to IRB and Sponsor for approval and drug release.
  • Support project managers on sponsored studies, including regulatory documents population, IRB submission.
  • Created source documents, IRB approved advertising and maintained all regulatory documents.
  • Reviewed, verified and approved clinical study site payments (e.g., start up, IRB, milestones) against budget.
  • Communicated with study personnel, including, IRB, Principal Investigator's, Sponsor's, site personnel and company personnel.
  • Filed regulatory and IRB approved documents into the Trial Master File in accordance with the company's Standard Operating Procedure.
  • Prepared, maintained and filed confidential documents including IRB (Institutional Review Board) submissions, protocols for various studies.
  • Coordinated the approval and activation of new protocols through the IRB and assisted in preparation for site visits and audits.
  • Reported document distribution to IRB, Independent Ethics Committee (IEC), and Regulatory Affairs (RA).
  • Submitted regulatory documents to Western Institutional Review Board (WIRB) for approval on behalf of study sites.
  • Assured sites were compliant in submitting required document needing IRB approval; prior to set deadline.
  • Send all IRB disclosure forms to finance department weekly for all patients seen that week.
  • Lead research assistant responsible for converting paper IRB Submissions to a new electronic IRB system.
  • Reviewed regulatory documents prior to Study Close-Out and Submission to IRB for the PM.
  • Submitted documents to central IRB on sites' behalf, resulting in IRB approval.
  • Communicate with IRB and outside vendors to provide information or resolved issues as required.
  • Identified and reviewed regulatory, IRB approvals and consent forms for accuracy and consistency.
  • Followed up sites on behalf of the IRB if additional documentation/information was needed.
  • Work with study team members to ensure approval of Informed Consent Forms/IRB approval.
  • Prepare submissions of regulatory documents for Institutional Review Boards (IRB) approval.

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35. CRF

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Here's how CRF is used in Clinical Assistant jobs:
  • Assisted creation of clinical study protocols, case report forms (CRF), final reports and clinical summaries.
  • Send out CRF's to sites - Responsible for federal expressing information to various sites.
  • Transcribed clinical data from CRF's onto transcription sheets for outside data entry.
  • Assisted clinical research department in CRF, protocol and clinical study report preparation.
  • Perform entry of clinical data from CRF's to electronic data base.
  • Created CRF's for oncology studies at this site.
  • Perform secondary monitoring of CRF data on designated studies.
  • Track source documents and CRF verification.
  • Drafted reviewed and revised CRF's.
  • Planned Investigator Meeting Prepared and presented paper CRF completion guidelines for Investigator Meeting
  • Tracked and managed Case Report Forms (CRFs), queries and clinical data flow and tracking and uploading training documents.
  • Master Study Files, CRF Files, and Monitoring Files Coordinate ordering / dispatch and tracking of study materials - E.g.
  • Establish, maintain and update various in-house tracking systems used to track CRFs, DCF queries/responses, and patient enrollment.
  • Assist in the development of CRFs, site binders and other study materials and initiate and track their shipment.
  • Set up, organized and maintained clinical study documentation (Main Study Flies, CRFs, etc.)
  • Verified accuracy of all eCRF, adverse events, concomitant medication documents, medical histories and operative reports.
  • Fill out and file informed consent, CRF and all source documents involved in the study i.e.
  • Assist with management of Case Report Forms (CRFs) and maintain protocol and regulatory study files.
  • Supported in development of Case Report Forms (CRFs), source documents, references.
  • Enter laboratory, demographic, and patient data into eCRF and submit to data management.

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36. Medical Procedures

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Here's how Medical Procedures is used in Clinical Assistant jobs:
  • Prepare patients for medical procedures, provide teaching to patient/caregivers as directed by physicians.
  • Notified management on deviations from protocol, methodology, medical procedures and processes.
  • Assisted patients in completing health history and physicians in completing medical procedures.
  • Observed medical procedures including cyst removals and injections.
  • Greeted and escorted incoming patients for medical procedures.
  • Assisted physicians in completing medical procedures.
  • Scheduled patients for medical procedures.
  • Transported lab specimens, assisted pediatricians with medical procedures, utilized front office skills to schedule appointments.
  • Explain medical procedures and medications, handle lab specimens and assist with follow-up of test results.
  • Work with insurance to get prior authorizations done for certain medical procedures and equipment.
  • Assist physicians in medical procedures during surgery and in clinic rooms during exams.
  • Assist doctor in medical procedures and comfort patients who were receiving medical procedures.
  • Provided clinical support for routine medical procedures, including dressing changes and screenings.
  • Trained as needed for assisting medical procedures, as stated in Florida Statutes
  • Assisted Orthopedist with medical procedures and patient flow while managing a busy
  • Assist with office medical procedures, including preparing injections.
  • Assist the doctor and the patient in medical procedures.
  • Assisted the doctor with clinical and medical procedures.
  • Assist physician in various types of medical procedures.
  • Schedule all medical procedures necessary for patient care.

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37. Project Timelines

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Here's how Project Timelines is used in Clinical Assistant jobs:
  • Produced and distributed financial reports, coordinated team and customer meetings, maintained project timelines.
  • Assist in the development of project timelines and milestone tracking as directed by lead coordinator.
  • Maintain and update clinical file systems and databases within project timelines.
  • Track site compliance and performance within project timelines.
  • Assist with feasibility Updated and maintained clinical system within project timelines.

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38. Project Communications

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Here's how Project Communications is used in Clinical Assistant jobs:
  • Study contact person for the clinical team for designated project communications, correspondence and associated documentation.
  • Serve as a central contact for designated clinical and/or project communications/correspondence and associated documentation.
  • Served as the primary point of contact for all project communications, correspondence, and associated documentation for the clinical team.
  • Act as a central contact for clinical team, vendors, and investigator sites for project communications and documents.
  • Act as main point of contact for the clinical team for project communications, correspondence and documentation.
  • Act as a central contact for the clinical team for designated project communications, correspondence and associated documentation.

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39. Medical Equipment

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Here's how Medical Equipment is used in Clinical Assistant jobs:
  • Coordinated timely delivery of oxygen and other durable medical equipment for discharged patients.
  • Prepare blood collection for analysis and sterilize all medical equipment.
  • Managed medical equipment and solved troubleshooting problems as needed.
  • Participate in routine clinic facility and medical equipment.
  • Dispensed and fitted durable medical equipment.
  • Sanitized and maintained medical equipment, clinical records and charts, and submitted clinical paperwork via fax and shipping center.
  • Maintained a quarterly budget of $10,000 for supplies maintained hand receipt worth $562,000, for medical equipment.
  • Manage medical equipment: research new equipment, liaison to medical vendors, monitor orders and maintenance requests.
  • Perform transfers, order medical equipment, enter data and process patient information in HIPAA compliant manner.
  • Do laundry, cleaning medical equipment, dishes, washing windows, cleaning and mopping as needed.
  • Fit durable medical equipment, applied casts and splits, educate patients on care instructions.
  • Supplied ordering for clinic including, office supplies, medical supplies and medical equipment.
  • Make sure that all medical equipment works and that it is available for students.
  • Ordered, maintained, and assembled all Durable Medical Equipment associated with sleep disorders.
  • Cleaned all medical equipment once the patient has been discharged from the facility.
  • Order and track durable medical equipment for new, current and exiting patients.
  • Cast removal and placement along with any type of durable medical equipment.
  • Set up in-home services, transportation, and ordered home medical equipment.
  • Obtain approval from insurance companies on medical equipment, therapy, etc.
  • Oversee all medical equipment orders for the patients from DME companies.

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40. Osha

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Here's how Osha is used in Clinical Assistant jobs:
  • Processed digital x-rays and carefully sterilized dental equipment following OSHA guidelines for infection control.
  • Maintained regulatory compliance, upholding OSHA standards on tool sterilization.
  • Set up sterile fields, packs and autoclaves instruments; while abiding by all HIPAA and OSHA guidelines.
  • Expanded knowledge in understanding overall American standard of treatment, OSHA regulations, US health care and financing system
  • Designated OSHA Safety Officer- coordinates yearly OSHA training for employees and maintain employee health and safety records.
  • Received specialized IT certification for computer security, as well as CLIA, HIPAA and OSHA training.
  • Followed and adhered to Universal precautions, infection control, OSHA, and other regulatory procedures.
  • Implemented OSHA protocol and train new employees to adhere to proper guidelines.
  • Clean and sterilize instruments and dispose of contaminated supplies according to OSHA.
  • Practice all OSHA standards regarding infection control and blood borne pathogens.
  • Served as OSHA-CLIA coordinator (supervised by physician lab director).
  • Provide quality control with respect to OSHA and CLIA standards and guidelines
  • Keep lab area clean according to OSHA standards and guidelines.
  • Assist manager in maintaining OSHA compliance, and lab accreditation.
  • Complied with OSHA, and HCFA guidelines & protocols.
  • Understand and comply with both OSHA and HIPAA regulations.
  • Followed all OSHA regulations and JCAHO standards.
  • Complied with OSHA and CLIA regulations.
  • Published comprehensive OSHA blood borne biohazard and safety standards manual for practice, conducted training for staff and physicians.
  • Maintained OSHA program by bringing office into compliance, record keeping and conducting required training.

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41. Lab Results

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Here's how Lab Results is used in Clinical Assistant jobs:
  • Relayed lab results to patients; described medical issues and answered patients questions and answers precisely and professionally.
  • Assured all transcription, notes, lab results and documentation ordered was filed in chart after physician signature.
  • Logged and filed lab results and assisted with follow up on abnormal Pap smears and positive STD test.
  • Pulled charts for messages, lab results, radiology results and as requested by the physician/provider or management.
  • Forwarded copy of lab results to doctor and resident nursed for action and follow up with the patient.
  • Provided patient refills, relay lab results, scheduled appointments and obtained prior authorizations through insurance companies.
  • Learned how doctors use physical examinations, X-rays, and lab results to obtain diagnoses about patients
  • Call patient with lab results and instruct patient if medication or diet changes are needed.
  • Assist in reviewing patient blood work and lab results to determine whether abnormalities are present.
  • Received and reviewed lab results and flag out abnormal values for doctor's assessment.
  • Watched physicians work with x-rays and lab results to form a diagnosis and treatment plan
  • Obtained and recorded vital signs, lab results and imaging services for patients.
  • Manage abnormal lab results and report to the supervising provider for review.
  • Review and lab results, and send out normal notification to patients.
  • Obtain lab results from various laboratories and enter into proper data base.
  • Processed recurring prescriptions, collected lab results and ensured patient compliance.
  • Clean lab supplies daily Enter lab results into the daily lab log
  • Coordinated hospital unit with Oncology clinic for appointments and lab results.
  • Discussed lab results and changes to daily regimens with patients.
  • Document lab results in patient chart and in lab book.

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42. Medicaid

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Here's how Medicaid is used in Clinical Assistant jobs:
  • Maintained direct contact with Medicaid members and providers including hospitals, mental health centers, and independent psychotherapists.
  • Explain insurance reimbursement, eligibility criteria, and benefits to Medicare, Medicaid, and commercial insurance recipients.
  • Determine Medicare and Medicaid eligibility and compliance with State and Federal guidelines.
  • Review Medicaid benefit eligibility for current and prospective client
  • Interviewed patients and determined eligibility for Idaho Medicaid.
  • Determined Medicaid and/or income eligibility.
  • Interact with Medicare and Medicaid recipients via inbound and outbound calls on a daily basis regarding their existing coverage.
  • Verify Medicaid eligibility, ID, address, and income Work in the supply room and transport supplies to offices
  • Researched billing Medicaid services properly, resulted in increase from pennies to thousands of dollars in paid services.
  • Gained knowledge in Hospice Medicare/ Medicaid, and other payer sources and their Implications for patient care.
  • Handled patient interactions, financial information, new consultations, and Medicaid insurance questions and claims.
  • Demonstrated knowledge of managed care/ Medicare, Medicaid, commercial insurance, disability insurance and VOC.
  • Handle claims for medication per clients as well for government program, Medicaid and Medicare.
  • Preformed medical billing, including Medicare / Medicaid coding for submission for payment.
  • Collected Medicare, Medicaid, and other medical insurances billings from clients.
  • Performed out reach phone calls and mailings to Medicaid and Medicare members.
  • Conducted monthly audits of files per Case workers for Medicaid compliance.
  • Filled and dispensed prescriptions, and assisted patients with Medicaid sign-ups.
  • Worked extensively with Kentucky Medicaid and Passport to pre-authorize treatment and filed billing documents.
  • Verified, entered, and requested required pre-certification for all private insurances, Medicaid, and Medicare.

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43. Patient Rooms

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Here's how Patient Rooms is used in Clinical Assistant jobs:
  • Maintained patient rooms, took vital signs, customer care, sent & received faxes, answer phone calls.
  • Assisted patients with tending to personal care and activities of daily living, keeping patient rooms clean and orderly.
  • Make sure patient rooms are stocked with all materials necessary for use during patient stays.
  • Maintained cleanliness of unit and patient rooms and ensured that necessary supplies were available.
  • Maintain supplies in linen closets and patient rooms to ensure availability of products.
  • Maintained and set up patient rooms Assisted with patient and family education.
  • Clean Patient Rooms and Prepare For Next Patient Stock Clinic with Available Supplies
  • Clean patient rooms, make sure proper equipment is in all rooms.
  • Practice procedures of sterilization and proper cleaning of patient rooms.
  • Restock all patient rooms and order supplies needed in clinic.
  • Cleaned patient rooms, ordered and stocked patient rooms.
  • Prepare patient rooms prior to their arrival.
  • Set up and cleaned patient rooms.
  • Keep patient rooms clean and tidy.
  • Stock patient rooms and take inventory.
  • Maintain the cleanliness of patient rooms
  • Train new techs, clean and prep patient rooms.
  • Restock patient rooms with personal hygiene items, such as towels, washcloths, soap, or toilet paper.
  • Read and recorded temperature, pulse and respiration.Prepared patient rooms prior to their arrival.
  • Prepared patient rooms both pre and post operations.

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44. FDA

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Here's how FDA is used in Clinical Assistant jobs:
  • Review protocol violations with investigators and implemented corrective actions to ensure future compliance to protocol and applicable regulations (FDA/GCP/ICH/IRB).
  • Supported FDA mock inspection by retrieving and reviewing documents to ensure they were complete and accurate prior to providing to auditor.
  • Reviewed and queried records to ensure they are complete, accurate, and in compliance with the FDA and GCP requirements.
  • Provided assistance of Phase II- Phase III Clinical Trials to ensure adherence to the FDA guidelines and the approved Study Protocol.
  • Ensured required FDA regulatory documents were filed, maintained, and approval dates were documented by an Institutional Review Board.
  • Report Adverse Drug Events that have been experienced by the patient in accordance with the FDA and Pharmaceutical requirements.
  • Maintained case report forms and files in accordance with protocols, FDA regulations and standard clinical operating procedures.
  • Supported the review of and refilling effort of trial master files in preparation for FDA audit.
  • Verified scientific data for complete accuracy on new drug applications submitted to the FDA.
  • Conduct internal audits in order to prepare documentation for the FDA and the clients.
  • Inspect the FDA form 1572 for accuracy and enter site staff into study systems.
  • Assisted in QA and processing study-related documents in preparation for submissions to FDA.
  • Processed and created reports, by following all departmental and FDA guidelines.
  • Insured all FDA, IRB and GCP/ICH regulations and laws were upheld.
  • Assist in the development and QC of clinical study reports/submissions to FDA.
  • Screened documents for completeness and compliance with FDA and GCP requirements.
  • Ensured that investigator documents were submitted to the FDA.
  • Coordinate document distribution and tracking for FDA site audit.
  • Assisted study team in preparation for FDA audit.
  • Checked investigator against FDA OAI and debarment list.

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45. Data Collection

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Here's how Data Collection is used in Clinical Assistant jobs:
  • Identified inconsistencies and inefficiencies in data collection and queries of patient eligibility; recommended solutions to increase patient accrual and recruitment.
  • Compiled and maintained several Standard Operating Procedures for enrollment, data collection, and inter-office related systems.
  • Conducted data collection on various physical behaviors and responsible for the implementation of various individual treatment plans.
  • Assisted the Emergency Department Registered Nurse in data collection, documentation, implementing nursing interventions.
  • Provided regular input on adverse trends or problems noted regarding study modifications and data collection.
  • Provided 1:1 direct care, academic/recreational activities, data collection and treatment protocols.
  • Utilize data collection to gather important information in therapy sessions throughout the semester.
  • Participated in performance improvement data collection and meetings.
  • Acquired proficiency in data collection of targeted behaviors.
  • Participated in data collection for cardiology study.
  • Charged with behavioral data collection.
  • Specialized data collection during studies.
  • Trained sites remotely on a mobile tablet device navigation, user face and data collection features for an outcomes research study.
  • Served as primary contact for clinical data queries, patient data collection issues, and study supply requests.
  • Engaged in remote site activation calls with study sites on study procedures including subject enrollment and data collection.
  • Educate and support study start-up and active sites with protocol, enrollment, and data collection inquiries.
  • Trained new research assistants in interview process and techniques, data collection, and data entry.
  • Support and assist in the monitoring of project performance, through data collection and analysis.
  • Conducted recruitment presentations, data collection and review followed up to explain participant's role.
  • Created and edited questionnaires and surveys for data collection on various research projects.

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46. Clinical Data Flow

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Here's how Clinical Data Flow is used in Clinical Assistant jobs:
  • Assisted with and coordinated management of case report forms and clinical data flow.

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47. Medical Staff

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Here's how Medical Staff is used in Clinical Assistant jobs:
  • Provided for medical staff through data entry while maintaining exceptional customer service and general organization of clinic
  • Perform clinical and administrative duties under the supervision of the physician/medical staff.
  • Collaborated with medical staff in performing invasive surgical procedures.
  • Provided administrative support to physicians and other medical staff
  • Communicated with medical staff within a team environment.
  • Communicate and work with medical staff to ensure coordinated efforts for the provision of high quality medical treatment and client service.
  • Worked one on one with medical staff as well as clients to provide support services at all times.
  • Assist nursing and medical staff in performing invasive procedures, such as bone marrow aspirates and lumbar punctures.
  • Monitor patients' physical & emotional well-being and report unusual behavior or physical ailments to medical staff.
  • Provided support services to clinical and medical staff at all to assist in treatment of clients.
  • Establish and maintain effective working relationships with patients, medical staff, coworkers, and the public
  • Provided assistance to medical staff by transporting patients from the Emergency Room to various locations.
  • Provided direct patient care through vital signs and assisting nursing/medical staff in performing procedures.
  • Coordinated communication between physicians, nurses, other medical staff and patients tactfully.
  • Worked closely with medical staff to identify the best course of therapy.
  • Obtained vital signs, assisted nursing and medical staff in performing procedures.
  • Observed patients progress on unit and reported observations to medical staff.
  • Administered HIV testing and provided in-room assistance to medical staff.
  • Assisted medical staff with breast biopsies and lumber punctures.
  • Acted as liaisons between clients and medical staff.

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48. Periodic Review

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Here's how Periodic Review is used in Clinical Assistant jobs:
  • Performed initial and periodic review of incoming documents and study files for completeness, accuracy and consistency with established guidelines.
  • Coordinate restocking of clinical supplies and collated SAE information, Assist with periodic review of study files for accuracy and completeness.
  • Assist with periodic review of study files for accuracy and completeness, ensuring files are audit ready at all times.
  • Execute periodic review of study files for audit preparedness.
  • Assist with periodic review of study central files.
  • Supported Data Management and Monitoring team with periodic review of subject data for accuracy and completeness in EDC system.
  • Assist with periodic review of study files for accuracy and completeness.
  • Assist with periodic review of study files for eTMF/Regulatory compliance.

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49. Staff Members

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Here's how Staff Members is used in Clinical Assistant jobs:
  • Provided clinical support to staff members across a fast-paced orthodontist office.
  • Mentor junior staff members and assume supervisory capacity as needed.
  • Last, we must effectively work with other staff members and report to lead receptionists, managers, and veterinarians.
  • Audit clinical documentation and implement a plan of correction for staff members and managers of group homes.
  • Work in high traffic department training staff members in scheduling Skype appointments between patients and physicians.
  • Assisted the Elementary school students and staff members with health-related issues, educate the school community.
  • Leveraged superior subject matter expertise to lead training and orientation for all new staff members.
  • Provide access to training and electronic databases for study, site and sponsor staff members.
  • Received phone calls from hospital HHIC's and serves as liaison with other staff members.
  • Assisted other emergency room staff members in other duties when time permitted and as needed.
  • Check phone lines to receive/record/document messages and forward to appropriate staff members.*Scheduling.
  • Facilitated new staff members with access to Duke portals and information technology sources.
  • Assist with the recruitment, professional development and evaluation of staff members.
  • Participated in unit orientations and assisted with training of new staff members.
  • Create, maintain and over see training schedule for all staff members.
  • Mentor and empower junior staff members on procedures and help them grow.
  • Trained new staff members in administrative responsibilities of the department.
  • Create training tools and train new staff members.
  • Orient staff members to the department as requested.
  • Assisted other staff members in various projects.

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50. Office Supplies

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Here's how Office Supplies is used in Clinical Assistant jobs:
  • Ordered/recorded inventory of medical supplies and office supplies.
  • Maintained office supplies and organization.
  • Screen applicants, scheduling, data entry, EOM reports, ordering office supplies, answering phones, general office duties.
  • Prepared blank charts for use, stocked copies for use in treatment, and kept inventory of general office supplies.
  • Scheduled patients for appointments, sterilized equipment and instruments, stocked office supplies and maintained office inventory.
  • Order office supplies and drug testing supplies in accordance with company set purchase order system.
  • Count inventory for Exam, Laboratory, Medication, and Office supplies for multiple offices.
  • Provide all clerical duties for the branch office, inventory management and ordering office supplies.
  • Order office supplies and keep inventory weekly of what is needed for the office.
  • Sorted and metered department mail/faxes, ordered office supplies for staff and physicians.
  • Inventory of medical, lab, or office supplies or equipment.
  • Managed inventory, maintenance, and ordering of all office supplies.
  • Compiled inventory of office supplies and placed orders as needed.
  • Maintained back office supplies through stocking inventory and cleaning daily.
  • Maintained accurate inventory for clinical supplies and office supplies.
  • Managed office supplies and hygiene items for the cleaning crew
  • Ordered office supplies as needed by project team.
  • Performed inventory control of medical and office supplies.
  • Assist with maintaining inventory of office supplies.
  • Keep track of and order office supplies.

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20 Most Common Skill for a Clinical Assistant

Surgical Procedures16.9%
Patient Care12.7%
Vital Signs11.2%
Laboratory Specimens6.3%
Medical Records6.1%
EKG4.9%
Insurance Companies4.2%
Clinical Trials3.5%

Typical Skill-Sets Required For A Clinical Assistant

RankSkillPercentage of ResumesPercentage
1
1
Surgical Procedures
Surgical Procedures
13%
13%
2
2
Patient Care
Patient Care
9.8%
9.8%
3
3
Vital Signs
Vital Signs
8.6%
8.6%
4
4
Laboratory Specimens
Laboratory Specimens
4.9%
4.9%
5
5
Medical Records
Medical Records
4.7%
4.7%
6
6
EKG
EKG
3.8%
3.8%
7
7
Insurance Companies
Insurance Companies
3.2%
3.2%
8
8
Clinical Trials
Clinical Trials
2.7%
2.7%
9
9
Customer Service
Customer Service
2.7%
2.7%
10
10
Appointment Scheduling
Appointment Scheduling
2.6%
2.6%
11
11
Data Entry
Data Entry
2.6%
2.6%
12
12
Exam Rooms
Exam Rooms
2.6%
2.6%
13
13
Phlebotomy
Phlebotomy
2.6%
2.6%
14
14
Triage
Triage
2.3%
2.3%
15
15
Regulatory Documents
Regulatory Documents
2.3%
2.3%
16
16
Phone Calls
Phone Calls
2.3%
2.3%
17
17
Clinical Staff
Clinical Staff
1.9%
1.9%
18
18
Blood Pressure
Blood Pressure
1.5%
1.5%
19
19
Front Desk
Front Desk
1.5%
1.5%
20
20
Cras
Cras
1.3%
1.3%
21
21
Scheduling Appointments
Scheduling Appointments
1.2%
1.2%
22
22
Drawing Blood
Drawing Blood
1.2%
1.2%
23
23
RN
RN
1.2%
1.2%
24
24
Independent Living
Independent Living
1.1%
1.1%
25
25
Test Cases
Test Cases
1%
1%
26
26
Study Protocol
Study Protocol
1%
1%
27
27
Medical Supplies
Medical Supplies
0.9%
0.9%
28
28
Hipaa
Hipaa
0.8%
0.8%
29
29
Treatment Plans
Treatment Plans
0.8%
0.8%
30
30
Clinical Systems
Clinical Systems
0.8%
0.8%
31
31
Hippa
Hippa
0.8%
0.8%
32
32
Administrative Tasks
Administrative Tasks
0.8%
0.8%
33
33
CPR
CPR
0.8%
0.8%
34
34
IRB
IRB
0.7%
0.7%
35
35
CRF
CRF
0.7%
0.7%
36
36
Medical Procedures
Medical Procedures
0.7%
0.7%
37
37
Project Timelines
Project Timelines
0.7%
0.7%
38
38
Project Communications
Project Communications
0.7%
0.7%
39
39
Medical Equipment
Medical Equipment
0.6%
0.6%
40
40
Osha
Osha
0.6%
0.6%
41
41
Lab Results
Lab Results
0.6%
0.6%
42
42
Medicaid
Medicaid
0.6%
0.6%
43
43
Patient Rooms
Patient Rooms
0.6%
0.6%
44
44
FDA
FDA
0.6%
0.6%
45
45
Data Collection
Data Collection
0.6%
0.6%
46
46
Clinical Data Flow
Clinical Data Flow
0.6%
0.6%
47
47
Medical Staff
Medical Staff
0.6%
0.6%
48
48
Periodic Review
Periodic Review
0.5%
0.5%
49
49
Staff Members
Staff Members
0.5%
0.5%
50
50
Office Supplies
Office Supplies
0.5%
0.5%

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