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Top 50 Health Care Specialist Skills

Below we've compiled a list of the most important skills for a Health Care Specialist. We ranked the top skills based on the percentage of Health Care Specialist resumes they appeared on. For example, 11.0% of Health Care Specialist resumes contained Emergency Situations as a skill. Let's find out what skills a Health Care Specialist actually needs in order to be successful in the workplace.

These Are The Most Important Skills For A Health Care Specialist

1. Emergency Situations
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Here's how Emergency Situations is used in Health Care Specialist jobs:
  • Exhibited fortitude and tenacity adapting effectively in highly charged emergency situations.
  • Reacted calmly and effectively in emergency situations.
  • Provided medical care to countless U.S. and NATO/Host Nation military personnel in both clinical and emergency situations.
  • Coordinate, track, and evacuate family members during emergency situations.
  • Can Apply First Aid in emergency situations to all personal.
  • Care for patients in emergency situations.

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2. Health Care
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Here's how Health Care is used in Health Care Specialist jobs:
  • Administered emergency medical treatment to battlefield casualties, assisted with outpatient physicians assistants and a Health Care Supervisor.
  • Initiated the pioneering of the Home Health Care department at this particular store including the process of obtaining mandatory Medicare certification.
  • Administer emergency medical treatment to battlefield casualties and assist doctors and nurses with the health care needs of patients.
  • Provided comfort and health care interventions to adults, children, infants, and military working dogs.
  • Work in a facility that manages the health care of 2500 soldiers such as immunization.
  • Worked with health care facilities on menu development to stay within the facility budget.
  • Assisted constituents in navigating health care system, and provided direction to appropriate caregivers.
  • Provided coordination of health care needs such as transportation, physical therapy and hygiene.
  • Supported Congresswoman during meetings with stakeholders on federal health care programs and reforms.
  • Maintain high-end landscape properties through organic and traditional methods for plant health care.
  • Attended seminars and workshops to improve personal competence with Home Health Care.
  • Assisted doctors and nurses with the health care needs of patients.
  • Provided advanced health care to military members and civilians.
  • Provide personal advocacy and health care management for parent.
  • Schedule patient appointments with health care providers.
  • Educated patients on Immunizations and health care.
  • Manage & growth life science & health care accounts.
  • Attend conferences, webinars and seminars to become the SME for Canadian home health care franchises.
  • Home Health Care Provider Cooked and cleaned.
  • Home Health Care Provider (Habilitation) Work with individuals that have disabilities learn how to live more independently.

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3. Medical Records
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Here's how Medical Records is used in Health Care Specialist jobs:
  • Administered computer operations such as medical record processing and updating/maintenance of medical records on several computer platforms.
  • Organized 400 patient medical records, inputted patient's health information into medical computer systems
  • Scheduled patient appointments and ensured accurate data entry in their medical records.
  • Monitored patient medical records computer system to identify and organize immunization scheduling.
  • Recorded appropriate information in electronic and paper medical records.
  • Maintained medical records and clinical files up-to-date.
  • Organized immunization clinics to over 180 patients and updated medical records on a regular basis.
  • Recorded patients' medical history, vital statistics and test results in medical records.
  • Updated Soldiers Medical records in Med-Pros, and Mods website during down time.
  • Maintain medical records and personnel medical readiness and health for over 500 personnel.
  • Input and maintained orders in CHCS and in medical records.
  • Maintained unit's medical records for assigned areas.
  • Controlled and maintained 1500 soldier's medical records.
  • Managed all unit medical records for 2-5th FA.
  • Updated and filed patient's medical records.
  • Handled over 1,000 patients medical records.
  • Logged and maintained medical records.
  • Maintained soldiers medical records for overall medical readiness of my organization.
  • Experienced in CHS/ALTHA Maintained patient medical records.
  • Provided first line medical care to injured soldiers * Maintained medical records * Assisted nurses in clinical situations

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4. Routine Medical Treatment
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Here's how Routine Medical Treatment is used in Health Care Specialist jobs:
  • Administered emergency and routine medical treatment to casualties, including minor surgery and IV fluid administration.
  • Administer emergency and routine medical treatment.
  • Provided emergency and routine medical treatment under the supervision of a medical provider in a variety of clinical and field settings.
  • Supervised and administered emergency and routine medical treatment to the acute or chronic injured or ill Soldier member.
  • Administer emergency and routine medical treatment to patients; assist with outpatient care and treatment.
  • Provided emergency and routine medical treatment such as IV fluid administration.

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5. Patient Care
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Here's how Patient Care is used in Health Care Specialist jobs:
  • Constructed a medical facility providing patient care, ensuring field sanitation, and medical preparedness.
  • Participate in continuing education/training regarding respiratory patient care.
  • Assist with outpatient and inpatient care and treatment by obtaining patients history, chief complaints, medication history, health history.
  • Assist with outpatient care and treatment and supervise field and clinical medical facilities under the supervision of a physician.
  • Assisted Physicians, PA and RN team's in ensuring optimal patient care and smooth daily functioning of office.
  • Provide patient education as an intricate part of the patient care activity according to the patients need.
  • Managed different levels of Patient care such as screening, blood draw, immunizations and triage.
  • Managed teams of 3-20 in timely and successful patient care in high pressure training exercises.
  • Assisted with outpatient and inpatient care and treatment of over 3500 patients a year.
  • Interfaced and communicated with family members regarding patient care and overall well being.
  • Evaluated patient care needs, prioritized treatment, and maintained patient flow.
  • Conducted patient care and evacuation from point of injury.
  • Assist with outpatient and inpatient care and treatment.
  • Improved clinic conditions, patient care and satisfaction.
  • Developed and implemented training programs for 80 employees and maintained a 98% training average Assisted with patient care and treatment.
  • Administered emergency and routine outpatient medical treatment to battle and nonbattle casualties while assisting with outpatient care and treatment.
  • Assist Nurses with outpatient and inpatient care and treatment and provide transport to patient .
  • home patient care for post-surgery or short-term medical care.
  • Assist with outpatient and inpatient care and treatment Communicate effectively under stressful situations Administer emergency medical treatment
  • Provided patient care Kept accurate and updated records for the Provider Triaged 15-20 patients per day

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6. Blood Pressure
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Here's how Blood Pressure is used in Health Care Specialist jobs:
  • Record vital signs including temperature, pulse, respiration, and blood pressure; handle daily duties related to emergency care.
  • Monitored vital signs, such as blood pressure and pulse as well as reading and recording temperature, pulse and respiration.
  • Interviewed patients and recorded their medical histories; took patients' temperature, pulse, and blood pressure.
  • Organize and oversee health screenings, such as flu, mammography, blood pressure, and cholesterol screenings.
  • Performed vital signs on patients, to include blood pressures, heart rates, and temperatures.
  • Take and record patients vital signs, such as temperature, pulse, and blood pressure.
  • Monitored patients' vital signs, including temperature, pulse, and blood pressure.
  • Measure and record height, weight, blood pressure, temperature and pulse rate.
  • Recorded temperature, pulse, respiration, and blood pressure on assigned patience.
  • Perform blood draw, vitals and blood pressure, and lab work.
  • Take and record temperature, pulse, respiration, and blood pressure.
  • Monitored blood pressure and other physical conditions, as required.
  • Administer injections and check blood pressure.
  • Obtain, interpret, and document temperature, heart rate, respiratory rate, pulse oximetry, and blood pressure.
  • Assist with inpatient and outpatient care and treatment by taking patients temperature, pulse and blood pressure.
  • Recorded vital signs such as pulse, blood pressure, respirations and temperature into a computer program.
  • Completed clinical rotations in Geriatric Took and recorded patient's temperature, pulse and blood pressure.
  • Provide pts with health information such as diabetes, cholesterol, and high blood pressure.
  • Take patients' temperature, pulse and blood pressure.
  • blood pressure, pulse, respirations, temperature) and other required measurements (i.e.

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7. Clinical Files Up-To-Date
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Here's how Clinical Files Up-To-Date is used in Health Care Specialist jobs:
  • Keep health records and clinical files up-to-date; scheduling/coordinating appointments, ensuring all forms and related documents are completed.
  • Assisted with outpatient and inpatient care and treatment; kept health records and clinical files up-to-date.
  • Interview patients and recording their medical histories to keep health records and clinical files up-to-date.
  • Keep health records and clinical files up-to-date.
  • Trained at keeping health records and clinical files up-to-date and reviewing with the medical team, which includes physicians and nurses.

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8. Medical Care
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Here's how Medical Care is used in Health Care Specialist jobs:
  • Reviewed physical needs, monitored patients' physical condition, and arranged medical appointments according to assigned medical care standards.
  • Administered advanced emergency medical care and routine medical procedures under the supervision of a Physician's assistant.
  • Managed the movement of medical supplies/equipment to support medical care in Afghanistan.
  • Provided routine and non-routine medical care in emergency and non-emergency situations.
  • Aided medical officers in technical procedures of medical care.
  • Provided exceptional medical care for patients suffering from injuries and illnesses, resulting in over 95% return to work status.
  • Provided world class customer service and medical care to over 10,000 military personnel with minimal supervision.
  • Oversee medical care of 150+ personnel ensuring that all issues are resolved timely and effectively.
  • Provided medical care to over 1,000 civilian and military persons while deployed to Iraq.
  • Facilitated medical care to over 100 soldiers in order to guarantee mission readiness.
  • Assess injuries, administer emergency medical care, and extricate trapped individuals.
  • Provide medical care to trauma patients requiring damage control surgery.
  • Provide emergency medical care for injured or ill soldiers.
  • Trained over 50 personnel on advance medical care.
  • Provided medical care for security team.
  • Provided advanced emergency medical care in Emergency Care section of hospital unit.
  • Provided emergency medical care with numerous medical techniques such as surveying, sorting, and assisting with triaging of mass causalities.
  • Performed emergency medical care for United States Soldiers as well as Iraqi civilians.
  • Provide initial medical care to Soldiers injured at Lauderick Creek WET Site.
  • Provided outstanding medical care to soldiers and their families.

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9. Vital Signs
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Here's how Vital Signs is used in Health Care Specialist jobs:
  • Collected patient specimens and data, including vital signs, input/output and other delegated measurements.
  • Assisted in taking patients' vital signs, wound care dressings, collecting and preparing specimens for analysis in clinic operations.
  • Obtained patient health history, vital signs, preparing and administering medications prescribed by a medical provider.
  • Prepared examination areas, escorting patients to the examination area and checking patient's vital signs.
  • Screened, gathered vital signs, in processed and out processed patients on a daily basis.
  • Recorded patient vital signs and performed patient assessments to determine patient and/or infant state of health.
  • Interviewed patients to obtain medical information, weight, and height measurements and vital signs.
  • Measure vital signs and accurately record them on the patient's log note.
  • Initiated emergency medical techniques, vital signs, medical histories.
  • Monitored vital signs, such as blood pressure and pulse.
  • Recorded vital signs, transported, and assessed patients.
  • Complete intake and took vital signs of patients.
  • Take and record patients' vital signs.
  • Obtained and recorded vital signs.
  • Monitor vital signs and medication.
  • Performed vital signs, IV's, blood draw & shots.
  • Documentented all patient vital signs, complaints, and symptoms, while monitoring patient status.
  • Obtained pre- and post-treatment vital signs and weight.
  • Take accurate vital signs (i.e.
  • Assisted patients with rehabilitation * Assisted nursing staff with patient care * Vital Signs

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10. Inpatient Rehabilitation
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11. Primary Care
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Here's how Primary Care is used in Health Care Specialist jobs:
  • Provided emergency medical treatment, limited primary care and evacuation in a wide variety of operational and clinical settings.
  • Provide emergency medical treatment and primary care.
  • Provide emergency medical treatment, limited primary care, and health protection and evacuation from a point of injury or illness.
  • Conducted medical screening for over 500 soldiers in an outpatient clinical setting prior to them seeing their Primary Care Physicians.
  • Worked as the lead medic for the unit's medical section in a Primary Care Clinic.
  • Provide emergency medical treatment, primary care and protection of injuries or illness.
  • Provide emergency medical treatment, limited primary care and health protection.
  • Care delivery in adult primary care under supervision of a physician.
  • Provided time for rest and relaxation for the primary care giver.
  • Limited primary care, health protection through the continuum of health care
  • Maintained 80 competency folders for the Primary Care Clinics.
  • Provided Limited Primary Care in the absence of Physician.
  • Provided emergency medical treatment and limitedprimary care to U.S.
  • Assisted healthcare treatments with all medical patients in coordination with Primary Care Physicians and Emergency Care Physicians.
  • Train and prepare CLS classes for my unit Perform Limited Primary Care on drill weekends Provide care under fire and in transport

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12. Triage
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Here's how Triage is used in Health Care Specialist jobs:
  • Determined requirements for and administered emergency treatment; assisted with triage of mass casualties; performed duties related to emergency care.
  • Utilized medical knowledge to conduct triage of a variety of patients to prioritize medical procedures and courses of action.
  • Lead medic directing and organizing triage of mass casualties in the event of a mass casualty attack.
  • Performed On-call duties, triage, and sick call duties for patients confined to the facility.
  • Administered emergency patient care and treatment in the field and provided triage of mass casualties.
  • Assist medical providers with patient triage, treatment, care, and administration.
  • Assisted with triage, transport, and care of ill or injured patients.
  • Determined requirements for emergency treatment by surveying and triage of casualties.
  • Assisted with triage and duties related to emergency care.
  • Performed as a pediatric and OB/GYN triage medic.
  • Triaged patients and assisted physicians in minor surgical procedures and medication administration.
  • Provided medical care for clinical cases, triaged combat wounded, treated combat wounded, and patient evacuation.
  • Opened and setup clinic daily, initiated IV therapy, triaged patients, and checked vital signs.
  • Assessed injuries or medical conditions of patients and assisted with triage to determine emergency medical treatments.
  • Acted as triage for routine and urgent care in addition to duties as first responder.
  • Triaged, treated and screened casualties as they came to forward aid station.
  • Evacuated and triaged patients; obtained vitals.
  • Triaged patients in an acute care setting.
  • Triaged and treated sick and wounded.
  • Manage individual patient triage taking patients' temperature, pulse and blood pressure and recording patient medical histories.

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13. Medical Equipment
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Here's how Medical Equipment is used in Health Care Specialist jobs:
  • Cost Controls/Effectiveness- Dramatically improved patient care by upgrading 45% of highly used medical equipment to ensure patient safety and comfort.
  • Maintained medical and non-medical equipment including vehicles, generators, and power supply equipment.
  • Maintained sterility of medical equipment using autoclave and chemical cleaning preparations.
  • Operated and maintained emergency medical equipment.
  • Coordinate purchasing/monitoring of supplies while adhering to strict budget guidelines, directly responsible for over $50,000 in on-hand medical equipment.
  • Maintained over $20,000 worth of medical equipment in a rapidly changing environment over an eight month period.
  • Operated ambulance and oversaw vehicle, medical equipment, and communication equipment in excess of $300,000.00.
  • Assisted with the accountability and maintenance of more than $200,000.00 worth of medical equipment.
  • Inventoried and stocked $20,000 in medical equipment and medication to include sharps and narcotics.
  • Inventoried, organized, and accounted for over $100,000 in medical equipment and supplies.
  • Delivered medical equipment and supplies for local hospitals, nursing homes and customers.
  • Maintain and keep accountability of over $500k worth of medical equipment.
  • Inventory, monitor, set, calibrate, and test medical equipment.
  • Performed routine inspection of medical equipment, vehicles, and gear.
  • Maintained over $800,000 worth of medical equipment and supplies.
  • Maintained $200,000 worth of medical equipment.
  • Maintain supplies and medical equipment for hospital.
  • Maintained $30,000 of medical equipment.
  • Maintain medical equipment and records.
  • Instruct annual Combat Life Saver course and provide first responder training Maintain approximately $8,000 worth of medical equipment and pharmaceuticals.

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14. IV
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Here's how IV is used in Health Care Specialist jobs:
  • Soldier Readiness input and organization supervisor for 3000 personnel belonging to a diversity of units.
  • Maintained personnel and staff activity records.
  • Reported on various operational activities.
  • Performed strenuous duties, medical, and non medical with rare supervision, for extensive periods of time whenever needed.
  • Worked with mentally challenged residents in residential homes to improve their skills in activities of daily living
  • Supervised and instructed a team of eight other medics in co-operation with civilian staff.
  • Saved lives from life threatening events while preventing many other life threatening events.
  • Start IV's, maintain IV's and administer medications by IV.
  • Train others in basic first aid skills and IV therapy.
  • Perform daily prospect activities to develop a robust revenue pipeline.
  • Manage and implemented Privacy components of the HIPAA Compliance Plan.
  • Scout platoon-supporting medic during offensive missions of OIF.
  • Transported patient to appointments and activities.
  • Supervised work activities of service staff.
  • Reviewed procedures for recordkeeping, soldier medical requirements, HIPAA standards, and implemented innovative design changes for administrative problems.
  • Followed universal precautions and body substance isolation to maintain aseptic techniques during medical treatment.
  • Trained in providing initial care for traumatic injuries sustained on the Battle Field, and was certified as a civilian EMT.
  • Receive inbound calls and respond in a professional manner, using a script as necessary and ensuring compliance with quality standards.
  • Give shots and medicines to patients.
  • Correct and update unbillable claims in an effort to receive appropriate reimbursement from various payors.

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15. Laboratory Analysis
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Here's how Laboratory Analysis is used in Health Care Specialist jobs:
  • Prepared blood and urine samples for laboratory analysis and administered shots and medications to patients.
  • Prepare blood samples for laboratory analysis and administer medications.
  • Prepared and collected biological samples for laboratory analysis.
  • Blood sample/specimen collection for laboratory analysis.
  • Prepare blood samples for laboratory analysis.
  • Prepared blood samples for laboratory analysis, patient and operating rooms, equipment and supplies for surgical procedures.
  • Prepare blood samples for laboratory analysis, glucose screening, rapid strep swabs and visual acuity.
  • Qualified to draw blood samples and prepare them for laboratory analysis.
  • Draw blood samples and prepare the samples for laboratory analysis.
  • Take patients' temperature, pulse and blood pressure; Draw blood samples for laboratory analysis.
  • Collected and prepared patients' blood via venipuncture and urine samples for laboratory analysis.
  • Administer emergency medical treatment to battlefield casualties Assist with outpatient and inpatient care and treatment Prepare blood samples for laboratory analysis
  • Provide first aid, basic medical treatment and take vital signs Prepare samples for laboratory analysis Trained EMT - Basic level
  • Prepare blood samples for laboratory analysis, as well as administer immunizations and conduct HIV blood draws.

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16. Customer Service
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Here's how Customer Service is used in Health Care Specialist jobs:
  • Supported and promoted an environment that was conductive to quality customer service.
  • Provided excellent customer service and problem resolution to the customers inquiries.
  • Provide excellent internal and external customer service.
  • Maintain a high level of world class customer service and professionalism to a wide range of customers.
  • Assisted clients get information about their benefits, submit claims, and give great customer service.
  • Provided customer service for clients and medical providers via phone, email, fax and mail.
  • Listened to 80+ agent calls monthly for quality assurance and customer service improvement.
  • Support customer services and collaborate with other staff, internal and external.
  • Take inbound customer service calls for Virginia Medicaid providers and members.
  • Utilized exemplary customer service skills with both patients and family members.
  • Provide an exceptional level professionalism and customer service at all times.
  • Mentor, train and coach new and current customer service employees.
  • Addressed customer service inquiries in a timely and accurate fashion.
  • Recognized for excellence in customer service and teamwork.
  • Provide accurate, friendly and professional customer service.
  • Provided good customer service for Lab Corp clients.
  • Demonstrated mastery of customer service call script within specified timeframes.
  • Established high standards for optometric customer service.
  • Improved customer service ratings through Action Recruited and trained Number new members of the guest service team.
  • Involved in different groups Skills Used Customer service skills

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17. CPR
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Here's how CPR is used in Health Care Specialist jobs:
  • Handle performance of casualty movement, IV lines, CPR & AED, and other techniques during training under stressful conditions.
  • Provided medication administration, CPR, First Aid, and OSHA blood borne pathogen training as needed for Head Start staff.
  • Maintain and EMT Basic and CPR/AED certification Provided medical support to live fire military exercises Conduct patient assessment and provided S.O.A.P.
  • Participated in extensive field and physical training annually to maintain EMT license, CPR certificate, and Hearing Conservationist Certificate.
  • Trained and certified soldiers in CPR and first aid classes and achieved significant improvements in their productivity.
  • Perform basic life saving skills such as CPR, external defibrillators, and bag-valve mask resuscitators.
  • Qualified more than 75 personnel in CPR as the instructor for Basic Life Saver Course.
  • Maintain Basic EMS, CPR and AED, and Basic EMT certifications.
  • Maintained all confidential personnel files, licensing and CPR compliance records.
  • Certified in Basic Life Support - CPR and AED skills.
  • Provide CPR and advance life saving techniques to casualties.
  • Initiate and perform CPR as necessary.
  • Perform fast and effective CPR/BLS.
  • Provide first aid/CPR if needed.
  • Provided medical care, IV's, CPR, AED, First Aid, Advanced First Aid, Combat Medic.
  • Attended all required training to meet and maintain CPR and, Medic certification.
  • Used CPR on several different occasions to revive my grandmother.
  • Learned valuable leadership and teamwork skills Became AED and CPR certified
  • Learned valuable leadership and teamwork skills Became AED and CPR certified Frequently and successfully worked under stressful conditions
  • Completed Basic Training Leadership Position while training Certified NREMT Certified in CPR

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18. Office Supplies
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Here's how Office Supplies is used in Health Care Specialist jobs:
  • Included handling and organizing patient charts, facilitating insurance verification, and organizing paperwork and office supplies.
  • Monitored funding availability for office supplies and included this information with estimates of resources needed as part of budget request.
  • Order and inventory medical and office supplies needed for daily routines at Sick Call.
  • Inventoried and restocked medical and office supplies in exam rooms and secure inventory system.
  • Inventory and order medical, lab, or office supplies and equipment.
  • Managed office supplies, vendors, organization, and upkeep.
  • Conducted weekly inventory of equipment and ordered health office supplies.

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Here's how Emt-B is used in Health Care Specialist jobs:
  • Facilitated in the successful certification of over 100 students in becoming nationally registered EMT-B, before deployment.
  • Performed duties within the scope of practice of an EMT-B for both clinical and combat casualty care.
  • Trained and certified as an EMT-b, also learning invasive procedures like shots and IV's.
  • Trained to the level of a paramedic civilian certified to EMT-Basic as well as CPR cert.
  • Received training in the medical field to receive my EMT-B provided by the Army.
  • Served as instructor for the US Army National Guard EMT-B transition course.
  • Worked as an Army medic proficient in CPR, EMT-B certified.
  • Instructed courses for certification on EMT-B and CPR/AED/PHTLS/Combat Medic Advanced Skills.
  • Update training records as needed to renew BLS and EMT-B certifications.
  • Trained in EMT-B, CPR and various medical procedures.
  • Retain national and state certifications for EMT-Basic and CPR.
  • Obtained and maintaining a NREMT Certification as an EMT-B.
  • Certified EMT-Basic under the National Registry tests.
  • Received both CPR and NREMT-B qualifications.
  • Maintained BLS and EMT-B certification.
  • Certified as an EMT-B by the NREMT.
  • Certified EMT-B Maintained vital medical computer records.
  • Master and maintain basic soldier and leadership skills * Retain skills as a army combat medic * Maintain NREMT-Basic certification
  • Full Time) Completed and maintained EMT-B and CPR certification Completed and maintained HIPAA certification

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Here's how Clinical Staff is used in Health Care Specialist jobs:
  • Mailed denial letters and compiled medical denial folders according to company standards on behalf of Clinical staff.

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21. EKG
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Here's how EKG is used in Health Care Specialist jobs:
  • Assist nursing staff with medication administration, immunizations, IV's, EKG's, and medical record keeping.
  • Operated medical equipment to include EKG machine, vital sign monitor, Automated External Defibrillator and suction machine.
  • Administered EKG's, immunizations and drew blood in the lab.
  • Operate EKG, interpret and evaluate results.
  • Skilled with use of a 10 lead EKG.
  • Operated equipment such as: electrocardiograms (EKGs), external defibrillators, and bag-valve mask resuscitators in advanced life-support environments.
  • Operate equipment, such as electrocardiograms (EKGs), external defibrillators, or bag valve mask resuscitators, in advanced.
  • Performed procedures and uses equipment as delegated by a licensed professional, including blood draws, suture application/removal and EKGs.
  • Work with clinical duties, including; venipuncture, vitals, vision, computer input, immunization, and EKG.
  • Operated equipment, such as electrocardiograms (EKGs), and assisted provider with minor medical procedures
  • Operate x-ray, electrocardiogram (EKG), or other equipment to administer routine diagnostic tests.
  • Assisted in minor surgical procedures, basic trauma care, casting, and EKGs.
  • Maintained and operated equipment such as EKGs, bag-valve mask resuscitators, and defibrillators.
  • Treated soldiers using slings, EKG, CPR Nationally certified as an EMT-B
  • Conducted immunization, shots, phlebotomy, EKG's, I.V.
  • Provided patients with education concerning treatment for their issues Utilized and performed EKGs on patients, read lab and x-ray results.
  • Initiated IVs, drew blood, EKGs, patient transfers, discharge teaching, wound debridement and patient safety/comfort.
  • Administer emergency medical treatment to patients, vitals signs, glucose test, INR, phlebotomy, and EKG
  • Operated and maintained equipment such as electrocardiograms (EKGs), Spirometers, and vital signs monitors regularly.
  • read and interpret 12-lead ekg's - monitor and maintain charting and patient vital sign trending.

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Here's how Medical Treatment Facilities is used in Health Care Specialist jobs:
  • Transported patients to medical treatment facilities.
  • Established field medical treatment facilities.
  • Treated and evacuated patients with trauma injuries and medical illnesses to medical treatment facilities.
  • Coordinated evacuation plans to medical treatment facilities in order to maintain continuum of care.
  • Performed duties in multifunctional medical treatment facilities and participated in medical staff activities.

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Here's how Medical Readiness is used in Health Care Specialist jobs:
  • Integrate and support medical readiness and medical preventative measures for all personnel in the organization.
  • Maintained Soldier Medical Readiness for soldiers stationed in my battalion.
  • Managed personnel medical records and maintained medical readiness.
  • Scheduled and initiated medical readiness clinics.
  • Administered yearly immunizations and vaccinations to over 800 soldiers to prevent illnesses while ensuring soldier s medical readiness at all times.
  • Assisted senior leadership with medical readiness of over 80 employees by analyzing and preparing reports and maintaining personnel health records.
  • Helped maintain medical readiness, clinical and emergency medicine, for a unit of more than 200 service members.
  • Maintained medical readiness for soldiers in the battalion by administering care, vaccinations, and medical education.
  • Assigned as the senior medic responsible for the medical readiness of 110 soldiers preparing for deployment.
  • Assisted in mobilizing 15,000 personnel (500 daily) through medical readiness sites for overseas deployments.
  • Analyzed the data being populated by Medical Readiness and presented it to the employees.
  • Managed medical readiness for 2000 service members in the Republic of South Korea.
  • Maintained medical readiness at or above 96% for overseas deployments.
  • Monitored and maintained the unit's medical readiness.
  • Managed the medical readiness for 115 employees.
  • Screen Medical Readiness and Deployability for all military personnel that visit the clinic, roughly 50-75 patients a day.
  • Served as a key member of Battalion Medical Readiness Healthcare Team for over 400+ soldiers.
  • Tracked health and wellbeing of soldiers, ensuring medical readiness and deploy ability.
  • Coordinated and supervised activities for Soldiers with Brigade Medical Readiness NCO during ATs.
  • Managed Soldiers Medical Readiness Taught medical classes (Combat Life Saver) to soldiers

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  • Directed telephone calls to appropriate department of physician.
  • Direct Grants, Sick Leave Fund, incoming phone calls, logging appeals received either through email or paper.
  • Managed front desk; patient appointments, phone calls, labs status, and doctor follow up.
  • Take and make phone calls* Help patients locate medication as needed* Assist patients with problems that may arise
  • Received visitors, telephone calls, and relayed incoming calls and messages for the staff.
  • Answered phone calls and scheduled patient appointments as well as rescheduled appointments when needed.
  • Collect and resolve assigned bad debt accounts via outbound and inbound telephone calls.
  • Answer phone calls and direct calls to appropriate parties or take messages.
  • Received phone calls from agents and resolved their issues regarding claims.
  • Handle phone calls from client's inquiring about billing concerns.
  • Answered inbound telephone calls from prospective and current customers.
  • Answered and directed phone calls for various hospital clinics.
  • Responded quickly and courteously to phone calls and requests.
  • Make phone calls to patients.
  • Answer Phone calls, make copies and filing.
  • Administer emergency medical treatment to battlefield casualties Maintaining medical records, answering phone calls, and calling patients
  • Answered multi-line office phones and distributed phone calls to proper areas or individuals.
  • Received inbound phone calls during the annual Medicare enrollment period for Aetna.

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Here's how Clinical Settings is used in Health Care Specialist jobs:
  • Supervised teams conducting emergency medical attention to patients in field and clinical settings under high-pressure situations.
  • Supervised up to two other medics in both clinical settings and during military training exercises.
  • Care of soldier and civilian patients, in both hospital and clinical settings.
  • Worked with all ages and cultures in both emergency settings and clinical settings.
  • Worked in both field and clinical settings with fellow soldiers and their families.

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Here's how Medal is used in Health Care Specialist jobs:
  • Received two achievement medals for recognition in support services.
  • Received the Army Commendation Medal, the Good Conduct Ribbon, 2 Iraqi Campaign Medals, and an Overseas Ribbon.
  • Received the Army Commendation medal for exceptional meritorious service during Operation Enduring Freedom 9-10 in October 2009.
  • Awarded Soldier of the Month - March 2006 | Minnesota Good Conduct Medal December 2006
  • Received multiple awards, medals and coins in recognition of hard work and service.
  • Awarded the good Conduct medal for exemplary behavior, efficiency, and fidelity.
  • Awarded Army Commendation Medal for superior performance in liaison role.
  • Received Military Outstanding Volunteer Service Medal for in delivering effective mentoring to children at Jack Swigert Aerospace Academy for two years.
  • Received two Army Commendation Medals and Command Sergeant Majors "Excellence in Leadership" award.

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27. Emergency Treatment
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Here's how Emergency Treatment is used in Health Care Specialist jobs:
  • Assisted professional medical personnel in emergency treatment administered at medical facility.
  • Administered emergency treatment in clinical and different field medical services locations.
  • Handled all emergency treatments with expertise and efficiency.
  • Determined requirements for and administered emergency treatment.
  • Administered Emergency treatment in remote training locations.
  • Provide emergency treatment to wounded soldiers at the point of injury and evacuate to the next higher echelon of care.
  • Provided primary patient care to more than 300 soldiers in my unit including emergency treatment during a deployment to Iraq.
  • Served as Health Care Specialist for 415 personnel by administering emergency treatment and assisting with outpatient and inpatient care.
  • Performed duties related to emergency care and emergency treatment in various environments including clinical, outdoors, or desert.
  • Administered emergency treatment in the field routine outpatient medical treatment to battle and non- battle casualties.
  • Provided emergency treatment as well as regular first aid treatment in a field and deployed setting.
  • Administered emergency treatment in the field.
  • Determined requirements for and administered emergency treatment for injuries, wounds, cardiac arrest and anaphylactic shock.
  • Surveyed and triaged over 100 casualties during training exercise; determined requirements for and administered emergency treatment.
  • Administer emergency treatment in the field; assist with outpatient and inpatient care; maintain health records and clinical files.
  • Ensured that the casualties were properly sorted and triaged, made determinations for emergency treatment.
  • Conduct emergency treatment in the field and assists with outpatient and inpatient care.

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28. Medical Examinations
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Here's how Medical Examinations is used in Health Care Specialist jobs:
  • Conducted medical examinations collecting basic vital information, collected and prepared laboratory specimens for analysis.
  • Performed medical examinations, emergency care, immunizations, and assisted with treatment.
  • Perform medical examinations, administer immunizations, and perform routine admission tests.
  • Assisted with nursing care of patients including medical examinations.
  • Perform daily medical examinations on each soldier attending Ranger School to ensure proper health to continue training.
  • Maintained health records and clinical files while assisting with nursing care of patients including medical examinations.
  • Assisted with nursing care of patients including medical examinations, procedures and range of motion tests.
  • Assist with nursing care of patients including: medical examinations/take and record pulse/respirations/blood pressure.

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29. Medical Support
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Here's how Medical Support is used in Health Care Specialist jobs:
  • Provided medical support for two major military operations which impacted the overall medical readiness of United States Forces Korea.
  • Furnished exceptional medical support for military operations and effectively sustained the health of the fighting force.
  • Recognized numerous times for outstanding achievement and service for casualty care and medical support.
  • Provided ambulance and medical support for high risk military training operations.
  • Provided Medical Support to an Infantry battalion, Iraqi Army, and Iraqi Civil Defense Corps while deployed to Iraq.
  • Provided medical support to a battalion of 700 Soldiers in addition to supporting outside units as necessary.
  • Provided medical support and coverage for Charlie Company during training missions and range operations.
  • Provided on site medical support for soldiers going through basic and advanced training.
  • Provided medical support to outside units at small scale events and sporting tournaments.
  • Provided sole 24/7 medical support during combat tour for platoon of 30 soldiers.
  • Provide medical support to troops and civilians in clinical and field settings.
  • Provided medical support for two months to troops training for Iraq.
  • Provide adequate medical support for soldiers as well as civilians.
  • Provided medical support for soldiers while on base or deployment.
  • Provided medical support for patrol and combat duties.
  • Managed team of medical support personnel.
  • Performed medical support during situational training exercises and field problems.
  • Performed as cadre (supervisory staff) and medical support for the Best Warrior Competition at Camp Blanding, FL.
  • Provided medical support during monthly rotational training, live fire exercises, gunnery training and field exercises.
  • Assistested in establishing the first medical detachment to provide initial medical support of all southern deployed convoys leaving Tallil, Iraq.

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30. Combat
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  • Instructed combat lifesaver courses including IV certification.
  • Created processes, procedures, and protocols for immediate medical attention while working as a combat medic in Operation Enduring Freedom.
  • Helped in writing training curriculum for first aid and combat classes for soldiers; and training events for unit.
  • Assisted in teaching combat life savers course to U.S. soldiers ranging from 10 - 30 soldiers per class.
  • Executed and assisted in treatment of 750 traumas and medical evacuations while in a combat zone.
  • Teach basic life saving courses to 20 or more peers for combat life saving classes.
  • Lead instructor teaching soldiers lifesaving skills and Combat Life Saving (CLS) procedures.
  • Trained and certified hundreds of enlisted soldiers as Combat Life Savers (CLS).
  • Trained to provide cover fire during combat to incapacitate an enemy if necessary.
  • Placed in charge of eight personnel in a clinical and combat environment.
  • Recommended for the Combat Medic Badge and the Army Commendation Medal.
  • Point of Injury; First Aid Instructor, and Combat Lifesaver Instructor
  • Helped train deploying soldiers for combat situations in hostile environments.
  • Led and coordinated combat life-saver courses for fellow soldiers.
  • Provided first line medical care to wounded US Military, Coalition partners, Iraqi military and civilians along with enemy combatants.
  • Enlisted in the Army Reserves as a 68W also known as a Combat Medic or a Health Care Specialist
  • Operated all wheeled vehicles and equipment over varied terrain and roadways for support of combat operations.
  • Screened students at the Combatives School prior to class to ensure medical fitness for the class.
  • Graduated with honors from 16 week Combat Medic Training Program.
  • Prepared, taught and certified "Combat Lifesavers" for basic medical care on a bi-annually basis.

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31. Medical Training
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Here's how Medical Training is used in Health Care Specialist jobs:
  • Planned and provided additional medical training to subordinates, peers, and superiors alike through coordination with outside organizations.
  • Instructed annual medical training resulting in over 25 personnel maintaining credentials and certifications each year.
  • Developed, planed and conducted military and medical training activities.
  • Trained and instructed subordinates and supported units on medical training.
  • Conducted medical training under stressful conditions.
  • Teach medical training to military personal.
  • Coordinated and supervised medical training enabling 400+ soldiers the ability to obtain the knowledge to treat casualties in a combat zone.
  • Completed 17 week Advanced Individual Training for all medical training @ Fort Sam Houston in San Antonio, Texas.
  • Drive ambulance, provide medical training, enforce safety regulation, and construct risk management chart before training.
  • Designed and delivered series of medical training and records classes to local national medical providers in Iraq.
  • Coordinated and implemented all medical training prior to and during deployment.
  • Provided medical training for 300+ personnel to meet organization's standards.
  • Developed and led medical training programs in preparation for combat.
  • Perform Medical training to soldiers (Combat life saver).
  • Conduct medical training in patient care and assessment.
  • Trained for basic combat as well as medical training
  • Provided medical training to soldiers.
  • Awarded the Army Commendation Medal for excellence in the areas of medical training and leading combat exercises.
  • Conduct combat medical training to all BUDs students want to become Navy SEAL operators.
  • Participated in monthly medical training Participated in a two week annual training Honorably discharged

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32. Data Entry
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Here's how Data Entry is used in Health Care Specialist jobs:
  • Administer informational surveys and facilitate data entry using specialized platforms for tracking fatal and infectious diseases throughout the state of Florida.
  • Collected and entered pertinent patient medical records in medical data entry system.
  • Performed clerical duties, word processing, data entry, answering phones and filing.
  • Assist with data entry of incoming specimens, and maintain an excellent quality rate.
  • Trained new employees on multiple medical billing programs and data entry software.
  • Collected info from consumer for data entry and updates to applications.
  • Process claims, adjudication of claims, data entry
  • Performed billing accounts,data entry,answered all incoming calls.

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33. Medical Technician
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Here's how Medical Technician is used in Health Care Specialist jobs:
  • Completed and earned National Registry of Emergency Medical Technician Certification, as well as my CPR certification.
  • Followed standardized protocols in a hospital setting and policy under the National Registry of Emergency Medical Technicians.
  • Cross-trained a preventative medical specialist, and emergency medical technician in performing basic testing.
  • Accompany and assist emergency medical technicians on calls.
  • Performed Emergency Medical Technician duties daily.
  • Trained at a minimum level and received an EMT (Emergency Medical Technician) up-to-date certificate.
  • Completed 8 weeks of Emergency Medical Technician training, and 12 weeks of Medical Specialist training.
  • Registered EMT-B with the National Registry of Emergency Medical Technicians (NREMTB licensed).
  • Supervised and trained 40 Medical Technicians in all phases of emergency medical treatment.
  • Certified in CPR and NREMT (National Registry of Emergency Medical Technicians).
  • Maintained the standards set forth by the National Registry of Emergency Medical Technicians.
  • Served on active duty as an Emergency Medical Technician (EMT).
  • Job Responsibilities: Certified National Emergency Medical Technician (EMT-B).
  • Received training for Emergency Medical Technician license (EMT).
  • Provide medical technician support for over 45 soldiers.
  • Received Continuing Education Units for 100% recertification for the National Registry of Emergency Medical Technicians License.
  • Conducted over 200 hours of trauma related training to 30 Medical Technicians to facilitate medical proficiency sustainment.
  • Certified as a Emergency Medical Technician-B, Basic Life Support, Tactical Combat Causality Care Instructor and Unit Prevention Leader.
  • Completed Emergency Medical Technician Certification, CPR Certification, and Advanced Individual Trainingin Fort Sam Houston, TX.
  • Served as Emergency Medical Technician section leader for a 14-bed worldwide far-forward deployable Surgical Team.

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Here's how Administrative Management is used in Health Care Specialist jobs:
  • Supervised field and clinical medical facilities; assisted with technical and administrative management of medical facilities under supervision of physician.
  • Supervised clinical medical facilities conducted technical and administrative management of medical treatment facilities independently during overseas operations.
  • Lead and directly influenced field and clinical medical facilities, while supporting technical and administrative management.
  • Assisted with technical and administrative management of company aid station under supervision of physician's assistant.
  • Provided administrative management of medical treatment facilities under supervision of a physician.
  • Assisted with technical and administrative management of medical treatment facility.
  • Assisted with technical and administrative management of medical treatment facilities under the supervision of physician, nurse or physician's assistant.
  • Assist in technical and administrative management of outpatient care under the supervision of Physician and Nursing staff.

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35. Treatment Procedures
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Here's how Treatment Procedures is used in Health Care Specialist jobs:
  • Performed emergency diagnostic and treatment procedures, and operated equipment in advanced life support environments.
  • Performed emergency diagnostic and treatment procedures.
  • Support duties for diagnostic and technical treatment procedures, such as setting up and operating special medical equipment and apparatus.
  • Performed emergency diagnostic and treatment procedures, such as heart monitoring, during treatment in emergency room.
  • Explain treatment procedures to patients, caregivers and/or family members to gain cooperation and allay fears.
  • Explain treatment procedures, medications, diets, or physicians' instructions to patients.
  • Observed more complex treatment procedures for training purposes.
  • Delivered optimal patient experience by explaining treatment procedures, maintaining detailed accurate medical records and maintaining medical supplies and inventory.
  • Perform emergency diagnostic and treatment procedures to sick or injured persons in pre-hospital settings.
  • Performed emergency diagnostic and treatment procedures during an ambulance ride.

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36. Airway Management
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Here's how Airway Management is used in Health Care Specialist jobs:
  • Performed emergency diagnostic and treatment procedures including immobilization, airway management, heart monitoring, wound treatments and medication administration.
  • Performed emergency diagnostic and treatment procedures, such as administering intravenous fluid and airway management or heart monitoring.
  • Perform emergency diagnostic and treatment procedures, such as airway management, or heart monitoring, during ambulance ride.
  • Performed emergency diagnostic and treatment procedures, such as stomach suction, airway management, and heart monitoring.
  • Perform emergency diagnostic and treatment procedures, such as Basic and Advanced lifesupport, CPR, and airway management.
  • Key skills acquired: Patient Assessment, Medical and Trauma Management, Airway Management, OB/Pediatric Care
  • Performed emergency diagnostic and treatment procedures, such as airway management or vitals monit oring during an ambulance ride.

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37. Non-Battle Casualties
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Here's how Non-Battle Casualties is used in Health Care Specialist jobs:
  • Administered emergency treatment to battle and non-battle casualties; assisted with technical and administrative management of facilities.
  • Administered emergency and routine outpatient medical treatment for battle and non-battle casualties by performing emergency care.
  • Provided emergency/routine medical treatment to battle/non-battle casualties.
  • Administer emergency and routine medical treatment to battle and non-battle casualties.
  • Fort Carson, CO Administered emergency and routine medical treatment to battle and non-battle casualties in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom.

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38. Service Members
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Here's how Service Members is used in Health Care Specialist jobs:
  • Provided and documented various immunizations to ensure military readiness for Service Members in compliance with established Army Regulations.
  • Processed and instructed service members on preparation and submission of promotion packets.
  • Coordinated evacuation protocols for service members and families needing emergency care.
  • Administered immunizations and provided first aid for service members.
  • Maintained follow-up care and treatment charts for more than 200 service members and their families with greater than 97% accuracy.
  • Served as a Supervisor for junior enlisted service members in a deployment environment for one nine-month cycle.
  • Developed and implanted training program and instructed more than 200 service members in emergency medical procedures.
  • Manage all medical readiness and medical records for service members in the Washington Army National Guard.
  • Served as a medic in a clinic providing medical services to over 4,000 service members.
  • Interviewed and assisted with treatment of over 3000 sick or injured service members annually.
  • Provided service members with immunizations required for deploying out of country.
  • Counseled and mentored service members; conducting briefings as needed.
  • Extricated trapped service members from vehicles during training events.
  • Performed counseling, mentoring and supervising of service members.
  • Worked with diverse population of service members.
  • Provided training to service members.
  • Supervised and enforced the healthcare standards and patient care while administrating medical care to service members and beneficiaries.
  • Provided monthly medical training certification Emergency Field Care and Evacuation for 800+ service members.
  • Trusted with providing accurate medical treatment to over 2,000 service members.
  • Managed documentation and storage of paper healthcare records of US service members at Ray Barracks, Friedberg, Germany.

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39. Skin Dressings
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Here's how Skin Dressings is used in Health Care Specialist jobs:
  • Applied and removed surgical and skin dressings, administered immunizations, surveyed and sorted casualties for triage during mass casualty incidents.
  • Applied and removed surgical, wound, or skin dressings; collected and prepared specimens for analysis.
  • Recorded vital signs, applied and removed surgical, wound and skin dressings.
  • Applied and removed surgical wound and skin dressings including limb splints.
  • Applied and removed surgical wound and skin dressings.
  • Applied and removed surgical, wound, and skin dressings daily Set up and managed immunization clinics.
  • Provided assistance to the medical staff, pre-operative and post-operative Applied and remove surgical wound and skin dressings.

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40. Sick Call
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Here's how Sick Call is used in Health Care Specialist jobs:
  • Carried out sick call operations and advanced trauma management, health screenings, immunizations and other medical service.
  • Provide Clinical care for soldiers in garrison environment, screening patients at morning sick call.
  • Assist the physician and physician assistant on duty with sick call and regular patient appointments.
  • Worked routine sick call, preventive health duties, and emergency care for wounded soldiers.
  • Supported a platoon of 37 soldiers conducting sick call, range ops, and missions.
  • Tracked daily flow of patients during appointment and sick call hours.
  • Job Code: 68W Responsibilities include: Running morning sick call.
  • Conducted sick call and emergency medical procedures for platoon and/or unit.
  • Documented and screened patients for sick call operations.
  • Completed triage of soldiers coming into sick call.
  • Conduct sick call for military facilities.
  • Supervised and ran "sick call" for soldiers assigned to the unit.

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41. Hipaa
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Here's how Hipaa is used in Health Care Specialist jobs:
  • Demonstrated knowledge of HIPAA Privacy and Security Regulations by appropriately handling patient information.
  • Maintained patient privacy and confidential patient information in accordance with HIPAA.
  • Maintained a Secret Security Clearance and annual HIPAA Certification.
  • Worked to update confidential patient records following HIPAA regulations.
  • Followed all regulatory policies, procedures, and privacy and security standards in accordance with Governmental agencies to include HIPAA requirements.
  • Ensured HIPAA compliance with release of PHI to network providers, durable medical equipment suppliers, and pharmaceutical supply companies.
  • Adhered to the standards set by the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA).
  • Followed guidelines set for by the Joint Commission Organization, HIPAA, HEDIS, and Respect-MIL.
  • Maintained health, immunization, and medical records for unit level personnel within HIPAA guidelines.
  • Maintained and preserved the utilization of medical health records as directed by HIPAA regulations.
  • Assured patient confidentiality is maintained according to the rules set forth in HIPAA.
  • Review requirements of Health Care laws/regulations (HIPAA and PPACA).
  • Studied and learned all HIPAA laws and compliance rules.
  • Handle members PHI while adhering to HIPAA standards.
  • Ensured HIPAA compliance and prepared for JCAHO reviews.
  • Ensured HIPAA compliance of clinic personnel.
  • Follow HIPAA and company guidelines.
  • Maintain strictest confidentiality while adhering to all HIPAA guidelines and regulations.
  • Prepared for HIPAA and JCAHO reviews, ensuring required brochures and pamphlets were available to patients in all clinics.Ensured HIPAA compliance.
  • Provided highly visible, caring confidential, Hipaa compliant client service.

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42. Aid Treatment
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Here's how Aid Treatment is used in Health Care Specialist jobs:
  • Administered prescribed first-aid treatment at site of emergency and in specially equipped vehicle.
  • Administered first-aid treatment and life-support care.
  • Governed full assessment, administered life support, and provided first aid treatment to ill and injured persons.
  • Administered first aid treatment and life support service to sick or injured persons in emergent situations.
  • Supervised the teaching and practice of first aid treatments and skills
  • Provided first aid treatment to inmates and Iraqi police.
  • Administered first aid treatment and life support care.
  • Administered first-aid treatment to sick or injured persons before and during transportation to medical facility..
  • Administered first aid treatment and life support care to sick or injured patients in pre -hospital settings.
  • Administer first-aid treatment and life-support care to sick or injured persons in prehospital setting.
  • Administer first aid treatment, phlebotomy.
  • Administer first aid treatment or life support care to sick or injured persons in prehospital settings.

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Here's how Personnel Files is used in Health Care Specialist jobs:
  • Managed annual and sick leave for all employees and maintained accountability of all personnel files.
  • Maintained seven soldiers' personnel files.
  • Prepare and maintain personnel files.

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44. Common Diseases
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Here's how Common Diseases is used in Health Care Specialist jobs:
  • Administered immunizations and assisted with treatment of patients with common diseases.
  • Accessed and treated common diseases providing, Conducted and managed wound care in both in and outpatient settings.
  • Assisted with treatment of patients with common diseases.

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45. Basic Life
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Here's how Basic Life is used in Health Care Specialist jobs:
  • Certified Occupational Hearing Conservationist (CAOHC)National Registry of Emergency Medical Technician (NREMT)Basic Life Support (BLS)
  • Organized teaching a Basic Lifesaver Course with local nationals in South Korea, certifying more than thirty individuals.
  • Managed one company of 80 Soldiers' health care needs trained those soldiers in basic life-saving skills.
  • Instructed more than 700 Soldiers in basic life saving techniques.
  • Trained and developed over 150 employees in basic life-saving care.
  • Recognize patient emergencies and intervenes using basic life support techniques.
  • Assisted in the teaching and certification of basic lifesaving classes.
  • Instructed Basic Life Saving course to over 2,000 military personnel.
  • Trained in basic life saving procedures under adverse conditions.
  • Trained hundreds of soldiers in basic life saving techniques.
  • Trained U.S. and Afghan soldiers in basic lifesaving procedures.
  • Trained other soldiers on basic life saving skills.
  • Provide basic life support and trauma care.
  • Instructed soldiers in Basic Lifesaving Skills quarterly.
  • Conducted basic life skills training.
  • Performed basic life saving skills.
  • Worked the absence of medical professionals and healthcare providers and provided basic life support, monitoring and maintenance.
  • Trained in Basic Life Saving, CPR, field medicine and treating combative injuries.
  • Maintained training materials and taught unit basic life saving skils.
  • Document patient vital signs Perform hearing exams Perform emergency medicine Perform basic life saving techniques

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46. Mass Casualties
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Here's how Mass Casualties is used in Health Care Specialist jobs:
  • Provided nursing care of patients including medical examinations, administering immunizations, and assisting with triage of mass casualties.
  • Trained in mass casualties incidents response including natural disasters, accidents, and terrorist acts.
  • Provided medical care for mass casualties and as a result there were zero fatalities.
  • Assisted with triage of mass casualties.
  • Performed triage of mass casualties.
  • Transport and stabilize patients to medical facilities Triage during mass casualties, sort and survey casualties.
  • Managed soldiers in the medical/ambulance platoon in the field and conducted mass casualties mock trainings.

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47. Army Commendation
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Here's how Army Commendation is used in Health Care Specialist jobs:
  • Awarded Combat Medic Badge and Army Commendation for outstanding service while in Iraq.

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48. Hippa
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Here's how Hippa is used in Health Care Specialist jobs:
  • Followed HIPPA policy and procedures pertaining to patient confidentiality.
  • Organized, maintained and managed over 550 health care records in compliance with HIPPA regulations.
  • Trained on the HIPPA privacy law: Extinguish the difference in authorizations and referrals.
  • Maintained strict patient and physician confidentiality and never had a HIPPA violation.
  • Maintain patient records and documentation in accordance with HIPPA regulation.
  • Gathered subjective patient information Documented subjective and objective data in medical record in accordance with HIPPA Standards.
  • Follow publications and data reviews for HIPPA compliance cases and Health Care Finance reform plans.
  • Remained aware and concientious of HIPPA and the rights and needs of the consumer.
  • Trained in healthcare administration, and patient care and advocacy Trained in HIPPA.
  • Uphold client guidelines and hippa regulations.
  • Help with financial application and state assistance health insurance Account manitience and maintaining security of personal information for HIPPA guidelines.
  • Assist members account verify hippa handle billing eligliblty enroll etc.

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49. Medical Personnel
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Here's how Medical Personnel is used in Health Care Specialist jobs:
  • Provided emergency medical treatment to a plethora of battlefield casualties and trained hundreds of medical personnel.
  • Communicated with professional medical personnel at emergency treatment facility to obtain instructions regarding further treatment.
  • Educate medical and non-medical personnel on medical procedures and techniques.
  • Selected over peers to assist in leading a team of medical personnel in providing medical support in a simulated combat environment.
  • Acted as the shift supervisor and was responsible for the conduct and actions of junior medical personnel and clinic operations.
  • Conducted classes on combat first aid and other medical procedures to an organization of 100 non -medical personnel annually.
  • Trained and supervised junior medical personnel in order to facilitate routine and emergency care for over 100 assigned Soldiers.
  • Earned Expert Field Medical Badge (EFMB) which is only award to 1% of all medical personnel.
  • Selected as a representative for the Expert Field Medical Badge Competition for all medical personnel in the U.S. Army.
  • Managed training for all field medical personnel assigned to the 343rd Ground Ambulance Company during Operation Iraqi Freedom.
  • Trained more than 100 non-medical personnel in life saving techniques using both didactic and hands on approaches.
  • Provided hands-on instruction to non-medical personnel in areas such as basic first aid and emergency medical treatment.
  • Trained new medical personnel into working as a cohesive 4 man team to treat incoming patients.
  • Train up to 35 non-medical personnel in combat medical applications.
  • Teach classes on basic life support procedures to non-medical personnel.
  • Trained 90+ non-medical personnel in basic first aid.
  • Trained and recertified organizational personnel as Combat Lifesavers and non-medical personnel on medical tasks and skills.
  • Managed Facilities and Transportation Scheduling Appoints and interfacing with medical personnel on behalf of patient
  • Trained basic life saving skills and first aid to classes of 40+ nonmedical personnel weekly.
  • Selected to lead multiple healthcare and lifesaving courses for medical and non-medical personnel.

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Here's how Army Achievement is used in Health Care Specialist jobs:
  • Received Army Achievement Medal for emergency treatment given to critically injured service member during a unit airborne operation training exercise.
  • Received Army Achievement Medal for job technical and tactical knowledge during unit non conventional warfare exercise.
  • Received Army Achievement Medal for ensuring soldier readiness, assisting in medic tasks, and maintaining documentation of records.
  • Received Army Achievement Medal and Army Commendation medal for willingness to go above and beyond the call of duty.
  • Provided excellent service that led to the award of the Army Achievement Medal for contributions to the organization
  • Received various awards and medals for work done including Army Achievement medal and an Army Commendation medal.
  • Earned the Army Achievement Medal, the Army Commendation Medal, Parachutist Badge and Combat Medic Badge
  • Received the Army Achievement Medal for outstanding performance as a leader in August of 2011.
  • Awarded a good conduct ribbon and two army achievement ribbons.
  • Awarded Army Achievement Medal for accomplishments on the job.
  • Received an Army Achievement Medal.
  • Completed all initial entry and advanced individual training where I was awarded: Army Achievement Medal for Outstanding Meritorious Service

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20 Most Common Skills For A Health Care Specialist

Emergency Situations

14.5%

Health Care

13.1%

Medical Records

9.6%

Routine Medical Treatment

8.4%

Patient Care

6.7%

Blood Pressure

6.3%

Clinical Files Up-To-Date

4.5%

Medical Care

4.4%

Vital Signs

4.1%

Inpatient Rehabilitation

3.8%

Primary Care

3.7%

Triage

3.1%

Medical Equipment

2.8%

IV

2.4%

Laboratory Analysis

2.3%

Customer Service

2.3%

CPR

2.2%

Office Supplies

2.2%

Emt-B

2.1%

Clinical Staff

1.9%
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Typical Skill-Sets Required For A Health Care Specialist

Rank Skill
1 Emergency Situations 11.0%
2 Health Care 9.9%
3 Medical Records 7.3%
4 Routine Medical Treatment 6.3%
5 Patient Care 5.1%
6 Blood Pressure 4.8%
7 Clinical Files Up-To-Date 3.4%
8 Medical Care 3.3%
9 Vital Signs 3.1%
10 Inpatient Rehabilitation 2.9%
11 Primary Care 2.8%
12 Triage 2.3%
13 Medical Equipment 2.1%
14 IV 1.8%
15 Laboratory Analysis 1.8%
16 Customer Service 1.8%
17 CPR 1.7%
18 Office Supplies 1.7%
19 Emt-B 1.6%
20 Clinical Staff 1.4%
21 EKG 1.4%
22 Medical Treatment Facilities 1.4%
23 Medical Readiness 1.2%
24 Phone Calls 1.2%
25 Clinical Settings 1.2%
26 Medal 1.0%
27 Emergency Treatment 1.0%
28 Medical Examinations 1.0%
29 Medical Support 0.9%
30 Combat 0.9%
31 Medical Training 0.9%
32 Data Entry 0.8%
33 Medical Technician 0.8%
34 Administrative Management 0.8%
35 Treatment Procedures 0.7%
36 Airway Management 0.7%
37 Non-Battle Casualties 0.6%
38 Service Members 0.6%
39 Skin Dressings 0.6%
40 Sick Call 0.6%
41 Hipaa 0.6%
42 Aid Treatment 0.6%
43 Personnel Files 0.6%
44 Common Diseases 0.6%
45 Basic Life 0.6%
46 Mass Casualties 0.6%
47 Army Commendation 0.6%
48 Hippa 0.6%
49 Medical Personnel 0.6%
50 Army Achievement 0.6%
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