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Top 50 Lead Medical Assistant Skills

Below we've compiled a list of the most important skills for a Lead Medical Assistant. We ranked the top skills based on the percentage of Lead Medical Assistant resumes they appeared on. For example, 11.3% of Lead Medical Assistant resumes contained Patient Care as a skill. Let's find out what skills a Lead Medical Assistant actually needs in order to be successful in the workplace.

These are the most important skills for a Lead Medical Assistant:

1. Patient Care

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Here's how Patient Care is used in Lead Medical Assistant jobs:
  • Initiated skills development as a patient care leader while assisting patient navigation and providing care in pain management facility.
  • Developed a system of staff communication that ensured proper implementation of treatment plans and comprehensive patient care.
  • Administer all medical assistant functions to facilitate superior patient care.
  • Worked under the supervision of Physicians learning patient care techniques and sharpening my communication skills while taking care of patients.
  • Committed to providing quality service in an efficient, effective, and empathetic manner for proficient patient care.
  • Managed daily team and schedule to drive an efficient and accurate process with focus on patient care.
  • Handled workload with an unwavering attention to detail with patient care and business profitability in mind.
  • Assisted and/or observed various providers with all patient care procedures, administered immunizations and PPD's.
  • Certified that equipment and supplies were properly maintained for quality patient care and safety.
  • Achieved departmental goals and objectives by instituting new processes and standards for in-patient care.
  • Maintained accurate records of patient care, condition, progress and concerns.
  • Evaluated patient care needs, prioritized treatment and maintained patient flow.
  • Utilized strong assessment skills to determine necessary patient care.
  • Oversee clinical operations of the patient care area.
  • Maintained patient care areas clean and stocked.
  • Assist physicians with patient care.
  • Manage patient care including pre-certifications, referrals, authorizations, prescriptions and scheduling of patients for clinic and hospitals.
  • Performed electrocardiograms and cardiac testing, ensuring best standards of patient care.
  • Monitor inventory and order supplies for medications/injectables, stock patient care areas.
  • Assist two MDs in ensuring optimal patient care.

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2. Surgical Procedures

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Here's how Surgical Procedures is used in Lead Medical Assistant jobs:
  • Performed surgical scheduling for both in office, outpatient and inpatient elective and medically necessary surgical procedures.
  • Assisted 5 Medical Providers in minor surgical procedures whenever necessary.
  • Prepared patients for physical exams and surgical procedures.
  • Aided doctors during surgical procedures and physical examinations.
  • Assisted physician in minor surgical procedures.
  • Assist Dermatologist with surgical procedures - shave, punch, skin tags, excisions and biopsy surgeries.
  • Assisted in minor surgical procedures, such as vasectomies, circumcisions, and toenail removals.
  • Assist physicians during out-patient surgical procedures; operation of x-ray machine (fluoroscope).
  • Assist Doctors with all phases of patient care, including minor surgical procedures.
  • Served as doctor's assistant with all in office surgical and non-surgical procedures.
  • Assisted in exams and minor outpatient surgical procedures, maintaining sterile surgical technique.
  • Prepare patients for surgery and assist doctor during surgical procedures.
  • Job Responsibilities: Assist Doctor in sterile surgical procedures.
  • Assisted in surgical procedures and biopsy for research purposes.
  • Assisted physician with biopsies and surgical procedures.
  • Assisted in surgical procedures, ectopic pregnancies, labor and delivery, c-sections, and circumcisions.
  • Acted as Liaison for management group and staff Assist with surgical procedures, e.g.
  • Handled prior authorizations for testing and surgical procedures in a timely manner.
  • Assisted in small in office surgical procedures * Certified CPR
  • Assisted with procedures such as skin biopsies and skin cancer excision surgeries, and Mohs staged surgical procedures.

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3. Vital Signs

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Here's how Vital Signs is used in Lead Medical Assistant jobs:
  • Performed electrocardiograms, administered injections, and obtained vital signs.
  • Certified Medical Assistant Duties include: Obtaining vital signs and medical histories, assisting doctor with all facets of OBGYN.
  • Greet patients, fill out shift complaint, and obtain vital signs for the doctor to review.
  • Record patient's medical history, vital signs, assisted MD's in patient assessments and Exams.
  • Prepare patient for examination by assessing condition, taking vital signs, and documenting medical record.
  • Collect patient specimens and data, including vital signs, input/output and other delegated measurements.
  • Interviewed patients to obtain medical information and measure their vital signs, weight and height.
  • Complete EMR office- roomed patients operating through EMA system, and obtained vital signs.
  • Take vital signs, explain procedures, educate patients in use of treatment products.
  • Take vital signs, body measurements, and check BMI.
  • Monitored vital signs, such as blood pressure and pulse.
  • Acquired patient histories and vital signs Prepped patients for exams.
  • Obtained daily set of vital signs of all patients.
  • Measure and record patients vital signs.
  • Perform and document vital signs in EMR, laboratory testing, perform basic phlebotomy and prepare specimens for transport.
  • Administer injections, vital signs, stock rooms, order clinic supplies, perform hearing & vision screens.
  • take check vital signs on about 50-70 patients daily, and making sure information is verified and updated.
  • Perform patient history exams, EKG, PFT, Phlebotomy, and collect vital signs.
  • Performed vital signs, spirometry tests, and other labs.
  • Escorted patients to room Vital signs Blood drawn Ekg Assisted MD with procedures

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4. EKG

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Here's how EKG is used in Lead Medical Assistant jobs:
  • Conduct EKG's and NST's, perform urine dipstick analysis, pregnancy testing, and in-office Hemoglobin A1c testing.
  • Performed direct hands-on patient care, drawing blood, administering injections, EKG's, and other clinical tasks.
  • Greeted and roomed patients, obtained accurate vitals in EPIC Software, performed blood draws and EKG's.
  • Operate x-ray, electrocardiogram (EKG), or other equipment to administer routine diagnostic tests.
  • Perform EKG's to determine any abnormalities that would prevent patient from starting appetite suppressants.
  • Perform EKG testing, patient's registration, date entry and clinical patient care.
  • Run urinalysis if needed, perform EKG if requested by Physician.
  • Perform pre-wellness testing including but not limited to vision test, hearing test, PFT, EKG, ABI and In-Body.
  • Prepared patients for examination by checking vitals, checking meds, performing EKG and drawing labs.
  • Operated EKG , and other equipment to administer routine diagnostic tests.
  • Administered injections, performed venipuncture for difficult blood draws, EKG.
  • Obtained radiographic images using x-ray equipment and performed EKG/ECG procedures.
  • Perform EKG's and Nebulizer Treatments.
  • Draw blood, perform EKG s, urines and finger sticks, etc.
  • Performed procedures, including: PFT's, blood draws and EKGs.
  • Operate electrocardiogram (EKG), spirometry, pulse ox, peak flow, and other equipment to administer diagnostic tests.
  • Performed EKG's, spirometry and cardio treadmill as needed on patients.
  • Ordered and read lab tests, x-rays, MRIs, Ultrasounds, and EKGs.
  • Assist with PFT, EKG, and Urine Analysis and dosing syngis.
  • Performed procedures and uses equipment as delegated by a licensed professional, including blood draws, foley catheter removal and EKGs.

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5. Laboratory Specimens

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Here's how Laboratory Specimens is used in Lead Medical Assistant jobs:
  • Handle laboratory specimens/ordering laboratory supplies.
  • Collected and prepared laboratory specimens and perform basic laboratory tests on the premises.
  • Obtained and processed laboratory specimens in a timely and accurate manner.
  • Assemble and prepare laboratory specimens, perform basic laboratory tests.
  • Perform responsibilities of collecting & preparing laboratory specimens.
  • Collected blood and other laboratory specimens and prepared them for lab testing or to be sent out for testing.
  • Perform routine laboratory tests, such as collect blood or other laboratory specimens, and log the specimens.
  • Collect blood or other laboratory specimens, log the specimens and prepare then for lab testing.
  • Collected blood, tissue and other laboratory specimens and prepared them for lab testing.
  • Collect and prep laboratory specimens for processing according to patient's insurance.
  • Collected blood, tissue or other laboratory specimens, log the specimens.
  • Collect laboratory specimens, such as blood and urine for testing.
  • Collect laboratory specimens, perform point of care testing, demonstrate infection control standards.
  • Collect blood, tissue,or other laboratory specimens.
  • Perform venipunctures, Collect tissue or other laboratory specimens, log the specimens, and prepare them for lab testing.

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6. Medical Records

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Here's how Medical Records is used in Lead Medical Assistant jobs:
  • Ensured patient was appropriately prepared for care encounter, by preparing/obtaining patient medical records and other information pertinent to patient encounter.
  • Provided support to Physician Assistant with medical records and insurance information.
  • Entered all patient information into an Electronic Medical Records System.
  • Input information and updated patient electronic medical records.
  • Gathered and prepared new patients medical records/charts.
  • Obtain medical records requests, process requests, compile and release records according to HIPPA, office and state regulations.
  • Record patients' medical history, vital statistics, or information such as test results in medical records.
  • Train and supervised new staff in the areas of receptionist, medical assistant and medical records.
  • Scheduled appointments, kept x-ray and other medical records and performed secretarial tasks as assigned.
  • Worked primarily in Pediatrics, Family Practice, Skin Center, OBGYN and Medical Records.
  • Assessed patients and documented medical histories in electronic medical records system (EMR).
  • Retrieved patient's medical records for physicians, technicians, and other medical staff.
  • Recorded patients' medical history, vital statistics and test results in medical records.
  • Organized charts and ensured consistency/continuity in over 1300 medical records and follow up care.
  • Located, checked in and pulled medical records for appointments and incomplete patient charts.
  • Transferred Medical Records to and from different offices.
  • Maintain patient's medical records.
  • Analized medical records in-patient and outpatient.
  • Supervised staff and provide on-the-job training Compiled and maintained patient's medical records to document condition and treatment.
  • Sound leadership ability Proficient receptionist abilities Adept in maintaining medical records up-to-date

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7. Phone Triage

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Here's how Phone Triage is used in Lead Medical Assistant jobs:
  • Supervised the certified medical assistants with phone triage using established practice protocols.
  • Handled telephone triage set appointments and obtained patients demographics information.
  • Phoned in prescriptions (retail/mail order) and phone triage.
  • Handled all phone triage, patient contact, i.e.
  • Conduct phone triage and screen calls for providers.
  • Preformed allergy testing, immunotherapy, Xolair injections, phone triage and all other aspects of patient care.

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8. Phlebotomy

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Here's how Phlebotomy is used in Lead Medical Assistant jobs:
  • Administered injections and performed a high volume of phlebotomy.
  • Checked patients in/out, scheduled new/existing patient appointments, obtain and log patient vitals, Phlebotomy, send off labs.
  • Perform all necessary phlebotomy procedures, including ordering and needle disposable for both scheduled patients and walk-ins.
  • Provide patient care and perform vital sign assessment, phlebotomy, and IM injections for cancer patients.
  • Provided direct patient care such as vital signs, injections, phlebotomy, x-rays, and castings.
  • Collect blood samples from patients keep your phlebotomy cart or station well-organized at all times.
  • Perform Phlebotomy and Laboratory duties (drawing blood and preparing specimens for pick up).
  • Maintained patient charts while performing Phlebotomy, EKG, and application of cardiac monitor leads.
  • Maintained phlebotomy log, kept inventory, ordered supplies and maintained cleaned examination rooms.
  • Perform phlebotomy, finger sticks, and injections/immunizations for both adult and pediatric patients.
  • Provided phlebotomy services in response to requisitions for up to 30 patients daily.
  • Performed phlebotomy on pediatric, adult, and geriatric patients.
  • Performed phlebotomy and injections in lab.
  • Performed phlebotomy duties and point-of-care tests.
  • Performed phlebotomy as needed Provided caring companionship to elderly and developmentally disabled patients.
  • Lead Medical Assistant 11/99-08/02 Lead Medical Assistant in infusion/radiation center doing direct patient care including: phlebotomy, I.V.
  • Obtained patient medical histories, triaged for chief complaint and phlebotomy.
  • Perform phlebotomy, and EKG's when necessary.
  • Train new employees on phlebotomy and venipuncture.
  • Lead Medical Assistant [ ] Taught Phlebotomy Course at Capps College [ ] Excellent Phlebotomy and IV Skills.

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9. Clinical Staff

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Here's how Clinical Staff is used in Lead Medical Assistant jobs:
  • Facilitated communication between clerical staff and clinical staff by initiating conferences and providing hard data on patients.
  • Assist and monitor residents with daily activities, assist the nurse and clinical staff with patient behavioral management.
  • Oversee and manage clinical flow, the interaction of all clinical staff, and all daily functions.
  • Order supplies, (to include medication and vaccines) establish protocol for the clinical staff.
  • Assist in training of new clinical staff for job skills to provide excellent patient care.
  • Managed office & clinical staff, processed payroll, handle staff and patient issues.
  • Trained all new clinical staff in front, back and audiology testing.
  • Train new clinical staff and maintain weekly checklists related to training.
  • Act as a liaison between physicians and the clinical staff.
  • Assist providers and clinical staff with all requests for patients.
  • Served as liaison between management and clinical staff.
  • Lead person for other clinical staff members.
  • Prepared monthly schedules for the clinical staff.
  • Maintained schedules for Physicians and Clinical Staff.
  • Provide daily instruction to clinical staff.
  • Supervised 3 other clinical staff personnel.
  • Worked to resolve clinical staff concerns.
  • serve as a resource to other clinical staff, maintain training and orientation material for Medical Assistants and others.
  • Provided supervision and direction for all clinical staff and part time employees.
  • Coordinated clinical staff schedules and acted as point person for clinical staff.

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10. New Medical Assistants

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Here's how New Medical Assistants is used in Lead Medical Assistant jobs:
  • Trained new Medical Assistants on usage of EMR and processing patients at point of care.
  • Oversee and implement all clinical training for all new medical assistants and staff medical assistants.
  • Train any new Medical Assistants in the EMR system and on skills if needed.
  • Trained new Medical Assistants and students who did clinical hours in the office.
  • Established and implemented an efficient technique to train new Medical Assistants and LPN.
  • Train new medical assistants and mentor other medical assistants from outlining offices.
  • Train all new Medical Assistants with EMR and all other necessary areas.
  • Interview, provide employment orientation and train new medical assistants.
  • Cross-trained new Medical Assistants in all aspects of the office.
  • Trained all new Medical Assistants on company policy and procedures.
  • Trained and oriented new Medical Assistants.
  • Participate in the training of new medical assistants and phlebotomists; deliver feedback for performance evaluations.
  • Trained all new medical assistants and trained several students for their extern hours.
  • train all new medical assistants, with a focus on patient compliance.
  • Trained all new medical assistants and labtechnicians.
  • blood glucose testing, catherizations, and enemas and assist with training of new Medical Assistants.
  • Train New Medical assistants Accomplishments I've learned more legal matters, involving thechioice of words.

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11. Exam Rooms

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Here's how Exam Rooms is used in Lead Medical Assistant jobs:
  • Ensured exam rooms were fully stocked in accordance to physician needs with keeping an inventory log of medical supplies for ordering.
  • Maintain exam rooms clean and stocked with proper medical supplies and prepare rooms for procedures when needed.
  • Ensured the cleanliness, sanitation and maintenance of all facilities, exam rooms and equipment.
  • Clean and sterilizing supplies, exam rooms, and equipment as indicated.
  • Greet and escort patient to exam rooms and keep track utilizing board.
  • Prepared exam rooms between patients, stocked room supplies and maintained equipment.
  • Assisted physicians with procedures and stocked and maintained clinical exam rooms.
  • Call patients to exam rooms and retrieve vitals and perform tests.
  • Clean, stock, and audit exam rooms and supply closet.
  • Clean and maintain exam rooms as well as nurse station.
  • Show patients to exam rooms and prepare them for physician.
  • Keep exam rooms supplied and manage medical supply needs.
  • Cleaned, prepared and stocked exam rooms daily.
  • Stock exam rooms and nutritional store.
  • Maintain stocked and clean exam rooms.
  • Maintained exam rooms and supplies.
  • Prepare and organize exam rooms and instruments for examination and testing, maintaining a clean and neat environment.
  • Maintain and set-up exam rooms, perform prevenative maintenance on emergency equipment, use Autoclave for sterilizing.
  • Maintain the cleanliness of exam rooms daily Facilitate completion of referrals for hospitals and other outside providers.
  • Maintained and stocked exam rooms Maintained autoclave for sterilization of instruments and equipment Maintaining and ordering supplies for patient care.

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12. Office Supplies

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Here's how Office Supplies is used in Lead Medical Assistant jobs:
  • Inventory and ordered office supplies, payroll, order vaccines, scheduling employee and account payable, quick book record.
  • Inventory, and order medical, lab, and office supplies and equipment.
  • Ensured accurate inventory of clinic and office supplies for multiple office locations.
  • Ordered and distributed office supplies while adhering to a fixed office budget.
  • Maintained inventory if vaccinations, sample medications, medical and office supplies.
  • Order and maintain medication, soft goods, general office supplies.
  • Order office supplies and keep stock at a cost effective level.
  • Liaised with vendors to order and maintain inventory of office supplies.
  • Ordered all medical equipment, instruments, and office supplies.
  • Clean scopes, order office supplies and manage inventory.
  • Order and maintain clinical and office supplies and equipment.
  • Managed office supplies, vendors, organization and upkeep.
  • Inventory of all back office and front office supplies.
  • Inventory and ordering of medical and office supplies.
  • Maintain and restock office supplies that are needed.
  • Maintain efficient levels of medical and office supplies.
  • Ordered medical and office supplies as needed.
  • Ordered medical/office supplies for the clinic.
  • Maintained inventory, ordered supplies-medical, vaccines, Prolia, office supplies, maintained petty cash.
  • Inventoried and ordered medical, lab, and office supplies and equipmen Changed dressings on wounds.

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13. Back Office

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Here's how Back Office is used in Lead Medical Assistant jobs:
  • Assist with day to day running of back office, train new employees and intern students.
  • Cover for check in, check out and back office medical assistants when needed.
  • Back Office duties include NST's, taking vitals, injections and blood draws.
  • Worked front desk as well as back office for first 3 months of hire.
  • Coordinate patient flow and care between front and back office medical assistants.
  • Plan, organize, and coordinate daily front and back office tasks.
  • Trained new employees and students in both front and back office.
  • Oversee everything related to the back office and patient care.
  • Back office duties included collecting blood samples from patients.
  • Ordered medical supplies and materials for the back office.
  • Assisted with front and back office short procedures.
  • Performed all front and back office duties.
  • Back office inventory and ordering supplies.
  • Train all new back office employees.
  • Assisted back office personnel with procedures.
  • Back office lead medical assistant.
  • Order all supplies for the front and back office.
  • Back Office * Provide routine patient care to promote patient comfort and contribute to the overall patient plan of care.
  • doctor's right hand for back office staff.
  • Managed Back office Staff Bone density & Results review Room pts w/ vitals Bioidentical Hormone replacement

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14. Front Desk

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Here's how Front Desk is used in Lead Medical Assistant jobs:
  • Perform other positions weekly at other locations PRN to include reception/front desk, checkout, and insurance billing.
  • Certified to fill all positions; front desk, records room, laboratory, and medical assistant.
  • Trained new medical assistants and front desk staff on the daily duties in the office.
  • Assisted front desk with check-in patients, verifying insurance, answering phones and booking appointments.
  • Return patient calls and train all new incoming front desk and medical assistant personnel.
  • Provide support to front desk staff, IT department with E-Clinical Works lab problems.
  • Assisted in front desk operations including training new staff, medical billing.
  • Front desk duties when the office had call offs or staffing issues.
  • Managed a busy office both front desk and back.
  • Lead medical assistant in rooming and front desk.
  • Lead Medical Assistant/ Front Desk Receptionist when needed.
  • front desk, back office, phones, all area of patient care, and lead trainer for new medical assistants.
  • Front desk training along with scheduling/cancelling appointments, lab services, hospital stays, and procedures.
  • Front desk duties: answering phones, scheduling pts, checking in/out.
  • Front desk duties which include appointment management, collection of copayments.
  • Help front desk check in, check out, and schedule appt.
  • Assisted triaging of patients, venipuncture, billing, all front desk responsibilities and maintaining Physician's schedule
  • Front desk assistance Case management WHN (Women's Health Network) program medical assistant
  • front desk, physician assist, etc)
  • Performed all front and back office responsibilities Trained all new employees Data Entry Filing Front desk registration

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Here's how Insurance Companies is used in Lead Medical Assistant jobs:
  • Established better chart organization and more effective communication with both insurance companies and patients resulting in fewer unpaid balances/debt.
  • Coordinated specialty IV drug ordering and administration between patients, specialty pharmacies and insurance companies.
  • Acquired prior authorization from insurance companies for all special procedures and injections ordered by physicians
  • Worked to obtain insurance authorization from insurance companies and performed electronic medical insurance billing.
  • Contacted insurance companies for prior authorizations for medications as well as hospital procedures.
  • Contacted insurance companies to initiate/facilitate prior authorizations on medications and procedures.
  • Assisted in insurance work, including filling out forms and calling insurance companies for specific information on a patient.
  • Work with insurance companies to gain authorization for specialist referrals and doctor offices to set up various referral appointments.
  • Answered patient sick calls, medication refills, including all incoming calls from insurance companies.
  • Posted checks from insurance companies and patients, while maintaining income and payment logs.
  • Used online programs to submit patient referrals to insurance companies.
  • Work with insurance companies for prior approval of services.
  • Direct contact with insurance companies.
  • Submit referrals to insurance companies.
  • Worked with obtaining prior authorizations and benefits with insurance companies for Varicose Vein Radiofrequency Ablations, and minor procedures.
  • Communicate with insurance companies and pharmacies to obtain authorizations or renewals for specialized testing/medication.
  • Dispensed DME's including braces and TENs units and filed related paperwork with insurance companies.
  • Billed all commercial insurance companies and set up appointments on PM Centricity program.
  • Obtain prior authorizations and referrals from PCP and insurance companies.
  • Schedule referrals with specialists and work with insurance companies 4.

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16. Appointment Scheduling

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Here's how Appointment Scheduling is used in Lead Medical Assistant jobs:
  • Used an EMR system for appointment scheduling, insurance verifications.

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17. Urinalysis

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Here's how Urinalysis is used in Lead Medical Assistant jobs:
  • Performed vitals/glucose testing and assisted in administering injections and urinalysis.
  • Performed vitals and assisted in administering injections and urinalysis..
  • Calibrate and perform quality testing on urinalysis machine daily.
  • Perform laboratory duties, draw blood, urinalysis, strep test and various other lab duties.
  • Roomed patients took vitals, performed urinalysis, blood draws, sutures, medical charting etc.
  • Conduct in office urinalysis for leukocytes, glucose, protein, blood, and nitrite.
  • Performed glucose testing, urinalysis, throat cultures, influenza tests and mono test.
  • Perform diagnostic tests such as CBC, urinalysis, X-Rays and more.
  • Assisted physicians with procedures such urinalysis, cystoscopy, EKG's, MMSE exams, biopsies and excisions.
  • Administered injections, performed Phlebotomy, urinalysis, EKG, Sterile tray set-up in relations to Occupational Health.
  • Performed vitals, glucose testing, administering injections, urinalysis, EKG's Skillfully performed suture removals.
  • Performed injections, phlebotomy, urinalysis, EKG and other lab procedures quickly and accurately.
  • Perform routine laboratory tests such as blood work, venipuncture, urinalysis, and electrocardiograms.
  • Performed patient venipuncture, lab tests, vital signs, urinalysis, and non-stress tests.
  • Prepped the patient by establishing vital signs, urinalysis, and phlebotomy as needed.
  • Interpret Uroflow, Bladder scan, Urinalysis, Culture and Sensitivity results.
  • Triaged patients (including vital signs) and assembled medical charts Performed various testing including urinalysis, blood smears etc.
  • Perform testing including EKG'S, Urinalysis, strep/culture, ear irrigations, audiometry and vision.
  • Perform designated testing Ekg, urinalysis, venipuncture and pulmonary function test ectopic.
  • Performed EKGs, holter monitoring, dipstick urinalysis, and Venipunture.

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18. Venipuncture

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Here's how Venipuncture is used in Lead Medical Assistant jobs:
  • Administered injections and performed venipuncture, processed and stored specimens according to safety and regulations.
  • Assisted Physicians with examinations, triage and venipuncture
  • Perform capillary and venipuncture immunization and injection.
  • Administered appropriate courses of immunizations and venipuncture
  • Managed caseload of 20 clients, providing education, treatments, IV therapy, venipuncture and wound care.
  • Performed 30 plus venipunctures daily, including hard draws, winged collection draws, and blood culture draws.
  • Assist the doctors with gynecological and obstetrical exams, vital signs, injections, and venipuncture.
  • Provided immunizations, vitals, injections, and venipuncture and wound care to patients.
  • Execute a variety of routine blood drawing procedures that includes venipuncture.
  • Use of proper venipuncture techniques to draw blood for lab work.
  • Autoclave, venipuncture, set up for minor procedures i.e.
  • Obtain blood specimens by venipunctures, and IV starts.
  • Perform venipunctures on a daily basis.
  • Perform venipuncture and capillary blood draws.
  • Assisted phlebotomists with difficult venipunctures.
  • General clerical office functions to include assisting with injections, vitals, Venipuncture, lab orders/reports.
  • Performed injections, venipuncture, ear lavages, vital signs and assisted physician with procedures.
  • Performed EKGs, venipuncture and routine laboratory and diagnostic tests.
  • Inventory, triage, venipuncture, immunizations, patient referrals and pre authorizations.
  • Collected blood via venipuncture and urine specimens Answered multi-line phones as well as,, operated fax and copy machines.

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Here's how Medical Supplies is used in Lead Medical Assistant jobs:
  • Sterilized instruments and inventory and order medical supplies and materials.
  • Handled inventory and ordered medical supplies and materials.
  • Performed monthly inventory and maintained office/medical supplies.
  • Monitored inventory and ordered all medical supplies.
  • Monitor expiration of medical supplies and medications.
  • Monitored and maintained inventory of medical supplies.
  • Ordered and inventoried educational medical supplies.
  • Work with Drug Representatives for all samples ordering and receiving, as well as office and medical supplies.
  • Maintain clinic medical supplies and equipment, ordering and inventory make sure all equipment calibrated and repair.
  • Oversee all vaccine dosage of the patient while systematically maintain efficient inventory levels by ordering medical supplies.
  • Stocked all rooms with gowns, pap smear equipment, and all necessary medical supplies.
  • Coordinate the inventory, ordering and supply stock maintenance of medical supplies.
  • Ordered and restocked medical supplies for clinic and procedure room.
  • Maintain medical supplies and order supplies when needed.
  • Performed monthly inventory checks of medical supplies.
  • Maintain and restock inventory and medical supplies.
  • Ordered all medical supplies and vaccines.
  • Ordered and stocked medical supplies.
  • Assisted with the startup, organization, ordering of inventory and medical supplies for New Clinic.
  • Trained new externs Took Inventory on medical supplies Open and closed the clinic

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Here's how Phone Calls is used in Lead Medical Assistant jobs:
  • Take incoming calls, schedule and reschedule appointments, contact and schedule new patient appointments, return phone calls.
  • Checked patients in and out, answered incoming phone calls and provided information to patient and staff.
  • Answer phone calls and provide messages and/or assisting the caller directly with their needs.
  • Answered a high volume of phone calls, scheduled appointments and handled patient callbacks.
  • Field patient phone calls requiring refill authorizations, lab requests, surgery scheduling.
  • Answered telephone calls, scheduled appointments and contacted DME vendors.
  • Assisted with phone calls and messages and documented all calls.
  • Experienced in handling patient phone calls and scheduling patients.
  • Return all patient phone calls for primary physician.
  • Answer and Triage phone calls.
  • Front Office/ Receptionist: greet patients, collect copays, schedule appointments, verify insurance, answer incoming phone calls
  • Screened, communicated and responded to patient needs appropriately triaging phone calls and patient walk in's.
  • Front Office responsibilities include patient registration, chart preparation, answered incoming phone calls.
  • Answer phone calls in an attentive manner call in prescription for our patients.
  • Answer high volume phone calls and voicemails.
  • Assisted with phone calls and messages 10.
  • Pre-certified all surgeries, triaged phone calls and answered subsequent medical/surgical questions.
  • schedule, triaging phone calls, refill scripts, assisting with procedures, creating and maintaining protocol for M.A.
  • Follow up patient phone calls with instructions from the providers and processing refills when necessary.
  • Triaged patient phone calls per provider advision.

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21. Blood Pressure

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Here's how Blood Pressure is used in Lead Medical Assistant jobs:
  • Administered cardiac stress tests by maintaining blood pressure readings and placing electrodes accurately.
  • Administer injections, blood pressure monitoring and urinalysis
  • Monitored patient respiration activity, blood pressure, heart rate and blood glucose levels in response to medical administration.
  • Gathered vital signs such as Height, Weight, length, blood pressure, pulse, and temperatures.
  • Measured vital signs including pulse, blood pressure, height, weight, and waist to hip ratios.
  • Prepared all patients/rooms for physical examinations; including obtaining EKG's and blood pressures on all patients.
  • Collect patient vitals (heart rate, blood pressure, temperature, height, and weight).
  • Measured and recorded Vital Signs including height, weight, blood pressure, pulse, Etc.
  • Check Blood Pressure, height and weight for the participates attending the Health and Wellness Events.
  • Assisted nurses with wound care Monitored vital signs, such as blood pressure and pulse.
  • Clean and stocking rooms daily, wiping down the beds and blood pressure cuffs.
  • Record patient vital signs and biopsies, including blood pressure and heart rate.
  • Nurse visits for blood pressure checks, EKG's, medication review.
  • Checked height, weight, temperature, and blood pressure.
  • Recorded height, weight, and blood pressure.
  • Stress testing and nuclear testing, setting patient up and monitoring blood pressures throughout the testing 4.
  • Measured patients height, weight and took blood pressures.
  • Performed multiple procedures including blood pressure, Nerve Conduction, Intravenous Therapy, Electronic Video Nystagmograph, and Electronic Cardiographs.
  • Learned the essentials of working in a healthcare setting, including taking blood pressure, administering injections, and venipuncture.

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Here's how Osha is used in Lead Medical Assistant jobs:
  • Coordinated and maintained OSHA continuing education as well as credentialing.
  • Followed OSHA laboratory safety policies and procedures.
  • Ensured OSHA and infection control compliance, managed up to ten employees at one time.
  • Ensured compliance with HIPAA, CLIA and OSHA regulations; improved patient care/satisfaction.
  • Helped to ensure all staff complied with HIPAA, CLIA and OSHA regulations.
  • Demonstrate competency in applying sterile techniques as illustrated in office and OSHA guidelines.
  • Maintained a clean and safe clinical environment using the guidelines set by OSHA.
  • Implement OSHA protocol and train new employees to adhere to proper guidelines.
  • Assisted Human Resources director with assigned duties pertaining to OSHA.
  • Maintain all stock of Sample medication by OSHA standards.
  • Organized and recorded OSHA standards in the clinical setting
  • Followed all OSHA and HIPAA requirements.
  • Conserve and develop manuals for OSHA, CLIA, URINE, MSDS, BLOOD and Injections.
  • Meet all CLIA, CDC, and OSHA guidelines.
  • Follow HIPAA, OSHA guidelines at all times.
  • Complied with all OSHA and HIPAA policies.
  • Increased OSHA compliance to 100%.
  • Experience with OSHA and CLIA.
  • Lead lab and xray technician, medical assistant, CLIA and OSHA officer, EHR trainer
  • Certified in OSHA Bloodborne Pathogen; HIPAA.

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23. Prescription Refills

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Here's how Prescription Refills is used in Lead Medical Assistant jobs:
  • Received patient/pharmacy calls for prescription refills and transmitted refill authorizations to pharmacy on behalf of the physicians.
  • Process prescription refills electronically as well as surgery scheduling.
  • Scheduled appointments, obtained authorizations and completed prescription refills.
  • Contacted pharmacies to authorize prescription refills as directed.
  • Ensured all patient insurance had been verified and proper authorization was obtained for prescription refills and office visits procedures.
  • Answered incoming calls, made appointments, and called in prescription refills and coordinate patient care.
  • Call insurance companies to get authorization for surgeries, Prescription refills and prior authorization requests.
  • Answer calls; triage, prescription refills/prior authorizations, schedule follow ups and new patients.
  • Manage labs and result letters to patients, and prescription refills.
  • Managed patient correspondence, prescription refills, and pathology reports.
  • Ensured that all prescription refills and prior authorizations are completed.
  • Verified insurance, telephone triage and prescription refills.
  • Perform various office duties including patient referrals, call backs, prescription refills, and prior authorizations.

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24. Drawing Blood

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Here's how Drawing Blood is used in Lead Medical Assistant jobs:
  • Performed skin tests, vital signs, injections administration and drawing blood.
  • Deciphered the best method for drawing blood depending on the specific patient.
  • Perform full range of a MA1.Drawing Blood, 2.
  • Act as an Phlebotomist drawing blood samples and collecting specimens from patients and preparing each for laboratory.

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25. Customer Service

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Here's how Customer Service is used in Lead Medical Assistant jobs:
  • Provided excellent customer service in a medical institution and ensured all patients were well attended.
  • Gathered feedback from patients and primary care offices via questionnaires; handled customer service concerns and resolved them quickly.
  • Complete daily patient call backs to check on patient status as well as provide a personal customer service.
  • Provided customer service for all customers needing to check in and out for their appointments.
  • Assure patients receive excellent customer service, monitor patient satisfaction, and resolve any issues.
  • Provide customer service, quality care and assist management with the daily flow of clinic.
  • Support clinic and medical center compliance with JCAHO standards, customer service and other initiatives.
  • Train all team members to provide world-class customer service to all patients and families.
  • Provide patients with customer service, education of products, and surgical quotes.
  • Provide customer service, verify information/insurance, and collect ID/ missing documents.
  • Provided scheduling for patients and employees, customer service and employee training.
  • Assessed patient needs and offered customer service following the AIDET philosophy.
  • Demonstrate proper customer service throughout check in and prepping patients.
  • Respond to customer service requests and assist with all needs.
  • Model service recovery and contribute as a customer service liaison.
  • Performed administrative, data entry, and customer service.
  • Provide a friendly atmosphere with excellent customer service.
  • Earned customer service and professional growth awards.
  • Increased patient satisfaction by providing excellent customer service and resolving any issues in a timely manner.
  • Take vitals HOA Injections Electronic Charting Assist in Surgeries Phlebotomy Customer Service Insurance Verification Team Lead Training and Competencies

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27. Data Entry

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Here's how Data Entry is used in Lead Medical Assistant jobs:
  • Research Coordinator for 4 separate clinical research studies, including data entry, maintaining patient files, renewing study approvals.
  • Job includes data entry, high pressure or high-risk situations, compliance knowledge, detailed planning and coordination skills.
  • Order entry in EMR including prescriptions, med refills, imaging and laboratory orders and clinical data entry.
  • Performed clerical duties, such as word processing, data entry, answering phones and filing.
  • Back Office: Preparing charts, Data Entry, Computer Repair, Creating impairment reports.
  • Perform computer operations IKM and orchard (data entry, billing, etc.)
  • Handled front desk and answered incoming calls filing data entry scanning uploading patient files.
  • Complete data entry for all new patient packets to ensure quality of services.
  • Assist with data entry, faxing, copying and filing of documents.
  • Perform data entry for billing and patient registration.
  • Assist with cardiac stress testing and data entry.
  • Possess Data entry skills with great accuracy Performed staple and stitch removal from patient skin after an IND.
  • Assist with all GYN procedures, administered Injections, Phlebotomist, EMR, Data Entry Operations.
  • Yellow Sheet adjustments Data Entry Money Handling/Resident Funds Maintain financial folders.

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28. Suture Removal

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Here's how Suture Removal is used in Lead Medical Assistant jobs:
  • Prepared examination rooms, suture removal, assist in minor office surgeries, sterilization and set up minor surgery set up.
  • Assisted in all procedures such as sutures, suture removal and all other procedures that were done that day.
  • Provided genuine and compassionate direct patient care: suture removal, VAC (Negative wound pressure therapy).
  • Helped physicians examine and treat patients, assisting with instruments, injections and suture removal.
  • Performed clinic services such as: suture removal, administrating medications and taking medical histories.
  • Managed post-operative care such as suture removal, infection control, and after care.
  • Perform wound and dressing care along with suture removal.
  • Specialized duties included suture removal, optometric assistants, assisting with minor office procedures, and dermatology exams.
  • Suture removal As the lead medical assistant I delegate back/front office duties to staff and providers.
  • Post operative care, staple and suture removal, medication protocols, applicationof DME.
  • Assisted Physicains in minor surgical procedures as well as wound care and suture removal.
  • Perform tests procedures such as ear irrigations, suture removal, etc.
  • Assist doctor with Lidocaine injections, suture removal, and wound checks.
  • suture removals, responsible for supply and immunizations orders.

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29. Internal Medicine

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Here's how Internal Medicine is used in Lead Medical Assistant jobs:
  • Lead a coordinated team of 7 Medical Assistants/ 1 Licensed Vocational Nurse in an Internal Medicine and Family Practice.
  • Prepared patients for providers in urgent care, internal medicine, pediatrics, infectious disease and podiatry department.
  • General Family Practice including internal medicine, OB/GYN, pediatrics, and mental health.
  • Experience in Pediatrics, Obstetrics and Gynecology, Internal Medicine, and Family Practice
  • Worked for various doctors Dermatologist, Urologist Cardiologist, and Internal Medicine.
  • Lead Medical Assistant for a four physician, Internal Medicine practice.
  • Lead medical assistant in an internal medicine practice.
  • Lead MA for Avery busy Internal Medicine practice.
  • Organize the opening of 4 Internal Medicine offices.
  • Lead CMA for Internal Medicine.
  • Provided assistance in Internal Medicine/Family Practice/Suboxone Clinics.
  • Serve as a key member of an interdisciplinary healthcare team for a demanding Internal Medicine practice.
  • Bay Clinic is a multi-provider clinic with pediatrics, OB/GYN, and internal medicine departments.
  • Served as the lead MA of an interdisciplinary healthcare team for a busy internal medicine practice.
  • Adjusted physician schedules to meet daily needs.Providence Internal Medicine DowntownMedical Assistant/Administrative Assistant Established workflows for efficient and thorough patient intake.

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30. Hipaa

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Here's how Hipaa is used in Lead Medical Assistant jobs:
  • Demonstrated knowledge of HIPAA Privacy and Security Regulations by appropriately handling patient information.
  • Maintained and supervised patient confidentiality in compliance with HIPAA regulations.
  • Follow HIPAA regulations and confidentiality of patient s medical info/record.
  • Train all new employees and educate them on EMR, HIPAA, office etiquette, and our practice's standards.
  • Prepared for HIPAA and JCAHO reviews, ensuring required brochures and pamphlets were available to patients in all clinics.
  • Implemented practice's quality assurance and compliance with HIPAA by proper handling of patient's sensitive information.
  • Maintain strict confidentiality of all patient records as to comply with HIPAA.
  • Follow HIPAA guidelines; maintain strict confidentiality and patient rights.
  • Maintained records and patient information according to HIPAA guidelines.
  • Ensured HIPAA compliance and followed infection control procedures.
  • Maintain patient confidentiality in accordance with HIPAA standards.
  • Advanced knowledge and implementation of HIPAA privacy laws.
  • Maintain Health, Information PrivacyHIPAA.
  • Front Office duties: Maintained patient charts/records, entered patient data and obtained/explained HIPAA forms.
  • Obtained informed consent and HIPAA authorization, conducted intake interview, and enrolled subjects.

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31. Spirometry

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Here's how Spirometry is used in Lead Medical Assistant jobs:
  • Performed drug testing/screening, hearing and vision testing, and pulmonary function testing (spirometry).
  • Preform urinalysis, UPT, glucose testing, cholesterol testing, EKG's, spirometry.
  • Administer specialty allergy testing, allergy injections, spirometry, prepare serum for allergy vials.
  • Performed Full Pulmonary Function Testing, Basic handheld spirometry.
  • Assisted in clinical procedures such as EKG's, urinalysis, ear irrigations, spirometry, vital signs and injections.
  • Assisted 3 Physicians and nurse practitioner with allergy test including skin testing, patch test placement, spirometry and Phlebotomy.
  • Perform venipuncture, injections, EKG's, spirometry, in-house INR/ A1C, autoclave surgical instruments, etc.
  • Perform 12-lead EKG, visual acuities, hearing screening, spirometry testing, as directed by a provider.
  • Assist in minor surgery, perform EKG's, spirometry, nebulizer treatments, and ear lavage.
  • Performed procedures and used equipment such as EKG, SVN Machines, Spirometry, Glucometer, Ear Lavage and INR Machines.
  • Performed all lab testing's as well as vision and audiometry for CHDP exams Certified in Allergy and Spirometry testing.
  • X-Ray, EkG, spirometry testing, Dexa scans, administers injections and vaccinations, phlebotomy, dictation.
  • Operate electrocardiogram (EKG), ankle brachial index, holter monitor, spirometry, in office laboratory testing.

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32. Scheduling Appointments

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Here's how Scheduling Appointments is used in Lead Medical Assistant jobs:
  • Performed clerical duties which included processing patient requisitions, scheduling appointments, and follow patient calls
  • Assist front office with scheduling appointments and insurance verification and complete insurance referrals.
  • Utilized computer for scheduling appointments, transcribing.
  • Operate telephone switchboard to answer, screen, or forward calls, providing information, taking messages, or scheduling appointments.
  • Cross trained in Check-in and Check-out, Scheduling Appointments, Phone Calls, Balancing Large Deposits, and making daily deposits.
  • Check patient in at front desk using agility scheduling appointments entering ICD 9, CPT, codes, Claim#.
  • Assisted in all aspects of patient care, Electronic charting, heavy phones, triage, scheduling appointments and procedures.
  • Manage updating of Electronic Medical Records (EMR), handle telephone triage, scheduling appointments, verifying insurance coverage.
  • Front office tasks as well, which include scheduling appointments, data entry, collecting co pays, payments.
  • Perform general administrative duties on a daily basis, which included responding to phone calls and scheduling appointments.
  • Responded to incoming patient calls, including conducting phone triage to determine the necessity of scheduling appointments.
  • Front office duties included answering phones, scheduling appointments, and greeting patients.
  • Assisted patients with scheduling appointments or diagnostic test.
  • Answer phones and assisted with the scheduling appointments.
  • Assist with scheduling appointments as needed.
  • Authorize drug refills as directed and telephone prescriptions to a pharmacy Scheduling appointments
  • Front Office: Check in and out of patients, Insurance verifications, scheduling appointments, chart filing, EMR system
  • Answer phones, scheduling appointments,and registration of correct patient information.
  • Assisted with administrative tasks such as scheduling appointments in Chirotouch, gathering patient information, collecting payments, and verifying insurance.
  • Assist in minor surgical procedures Relay lab results Answering phone calls, and scheduling appointments.

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33. Clia

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Here's how Clia is used in Lead Medical Assistant jobs:
  • Perform all staff yearly reviews and yearly competencies on the CLIA waived testing done in the office.
  • Maintained MSDS book, standard of operations manual, keeping current license for CLIA and Ultrasound machines.
  • Oversee and train medical assistants, order needed supplies, preform CLIA and API testing.
  • Ensured the laboratory is CLIA compliant for semi-annual certification, provide annual CLIA waived competence.
  • Enforced sanitation procedures in accordance to CLIA, CDC and OSHA guidelines.
  • Perform Injections, EKG's, CLIA testing and Patient Education.
  • Trained and maintained CLIA laboratory compliance records on all clinical employees.
  • Maintained all records for CLIA and Vaccines for Children Program.
  • Perform prepare, and maintain necessary operation for CLIA certifications.
  • Administer injections, Clia waived testing in the laboratory.
  • Maintained all log books and documents for Clia.

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34. Office Staff

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Here's how Office Staff is used in Lead Medical Assistant jobs:
  • Managed office operations, work flow, office staff- including recruitment, performance management and training/development of specialty practice.
  • Ensured smooth office operations which support teamwork, and generate a positive attitude between front and back office staff.
  • Managed office staff, and billing dept, ordered office/medical supplies, generated payroll, maintained business statistics/budget.
  • Completed Back Office Reference Books for back office staff and New Employee Orientation Checklists for new hires.
  • Recruited, managed, trained, and supervised all back office staff and radiology students.
  • Maintain office flow and delegating duties to front office and back office staff.
  • Assisted front office staff with answering phones and scheduling patient appointments.
  • Created team building exercises to motivate office staff.
  • Monitor office staff and procedures to assure smooth flow
  • Supervised office staff on a daily basis.
  • Helped train office staff on EMR system.
  • Assist front office staff as needed.
  • Train and supervise back office staff.
  • Supervised office staff, including receptionists, medical assistants and phlebotomist.
  • Lead Medical Assistant duties include: Supervising other back office staff to ensure a timely manner of patient flow.
  • Triaged and processed messages from patients and front office staff to physicians and physician assistants.
  • Managed and supervised front/back office staff Trained employee's and interns.
  • Supervised extern students and other office staff.

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35. Lab Results

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Here's how Lab Results is used in Lead Medical Assistant jobs:
  • Schedule appointments, follow up on missed appointments and contact patients by phone to report lab results or change in medications.
  • Provide patient with lab results, medical questions and concerns as directed by the physician; documenting outcomes in EHR.
  • Notified patients with their lab results, radiology reports and any messages from the health care providers.
  • Handle patient care, telephone triage, lab results, billing, surgery scheduling, insurance verification.
  • Followed up on lab results for patients while scanning results into patient file.
  • Assist with signing off lab results for providers and notifying patient of results.
  • Give patients lab results and serve as a median for primary care providers.
  • Direct test Results, lab results to appropriate physician or nurse.
  • Called patients with lab results and took triage calls when necessary.
  • Contacted patients daily with lab results and follow-up, if needed.
  • Prepared specimens for lab pick up and recorded all lab results.
  • Call backs on lab results and follow-up care.
  • Enter specimens and lab results in the computer
  • Organized lab results and patient records.
  • Educated patients about abnormal lab results.
  • Contacted patient with lab results.
  • Scheduled admissions, and test Communicated lab results and other pertinent medical information to patients.
  • Generated pulse oximetry and CPAP data reports, updated patient records, released lab results, ordered supplies.
  • Communicated with patient on the phone regarding lab results and other healthcare information.
  • Reviewed all lab results and test results for immediate follow up for abnormals.

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36. Staff Members

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Here's how Staff Members is used in Lead Medical Assistant jobs:
  • Assisted staff members and Physicians with EPIC to ensure that appropriate clinical documentation was being meet under the AASMA guideline.
  • Train and supervise new staff members and student interns on vital aspects of patient care and administrative tasks.
  • Prepared postoperative instruction sheets for patients, as well as informational documents for staff members.
  • Lead a team for nine medical assistants, train and supervised new staff members.
  • Provide information to the manger for all staff members with the Performance Evaluations.
  • Trained staff members with preparation of various procedures, including dermal fillers.
  • Assisted in the interviewing/hiring of staff members, conducted department meetings.
  • Train new staff members, and maintain training logs.
  • Provide in-house training covering policy procedures to staff members.
  • Maintain schedules for 5 staff members and 2 providers.
  • Organize orientation and training of new staff members.
  • Provided training for new staff members and students.
  • Oversee and manage the junior staff members.
  • Assisted in training and supervising staff members.
  • Managed a variety of staff members.
  • Trained and supervised new staff members.
  • Train all new staff members.
  • Coordinated clinical support staff weekly schedules - Managed and facilitated duties carried out by specialty clinic staff members
  • Provide training to appropriate staff members for the implementation of new tests and/or procedures done.
  • Provided onsite training with new staff members.

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37. Patient Rooms

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Here's how Patient Rooms is used in Lead Medical Assistant jobs:
  • Prepared patient rooms in anticipation of patient arrival.
  • Verify patient rooms are set up, clean, and disinfected per OSHA guidelines.
  • Complete sterile processing of tools, laundry, and light housekeeping of patient rooms.
  • Maintain and set up patient rooms, assist with patient and family education.
  • Restock all patient rooms and order all back office medical supplies as needed.
  • Prepare patient rooms, set up instruments and equipment according to department protocol.
  • Organized patient rooms, ordered supplies, set up VFC immunization program.
  • Prepared patient rooms prior to their arrival.
  • Maintained stock of patient rooms supplies.
  • Maintained and set up patient rooms.
  • Clean and restock patient rooms.

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38. Treatment Procedures

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Here's how Treatment Procedures is used in Lead Medical Assistant jobs:
  • Educated patients about treatment procedures and medications.
  • Educate patients on the treatment procedures, medications, diets and physicians' instructions.
  • Conferred with patients to explain treatment procedures, calm fears and gain cooperation.
  • Explain treatment procedures, medications, diets and physicians' instructions to patients.
  • Supported duties for diagnostic and technical treatment procedures.
  • Prepared patients and rooms for exams and procedures; interviewed patients to obtain medical histories; and explained treatment procedures.
  • Explained treatment procedures to patients, prepared patients for examination, and assisted the physician during examinations.
  • Assisted with di- agnostic and technical treatment procedures.
  • Explain treatment procedures, medication or providers instructions Record patients medical history, vitals, medication or food allergies.
  • Explain treatment procedures,medications, diets, or physicians' instructions to patients.Clean and sterilizeinstruments and dispose of contaminated supplies.

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39. PFT

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Here's how PFT is used in Lead Medical Assistant jobs:
  • Performed medical assessments including X-rays, EKG, PFT, Bone Density, Blood draw and injections.
  • Monitored Pulmonary Function Test (PFT's).
  • Administered Pulmonary Function Test (PFT).
  • Performed EKG's, PFT's and peak flows.
  • Perform daily calibration on PFT, Audiogram and BAT machine.
  • Obtain patient vitals, injections, EKG's, PFT, Assist in minor procedures.
  • Performed EKGs, ABIs and PFTs on daily basis as well as patient data entry.

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40. Medical Equipment

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Here's how Medical Equipment is used in Lead Medical Assistant jobs:
  • Scheduled laboratory testing, including durable medical equipment orders.
  • Supported duties for diagnostic and technical treatment procedures, such as setting up and operating special medical equipment and apparatus.
  • Assist nurses or physicians in the operation of medical equipment or provision of patient care.
  • Assisted medical assistants when they had problems with patients, providers, and medical equipment.
  • Acted as liaison with representatives for surgical equipment, medications, and durable medical equipment.
  • Maintain medical equipment and ensure safety standards are met.
  • Cleaned and sterilized all medical equipment and ordered supplies.
  • Maintained & cleaned exam room and all medical equipment
  • Order all medical equipment for the clinic.
  • Maintain durable medical equipment supplies.
  • Assist with making sure all medical equipment is setup properly.
  • Complete insurance verifications, filings Knowledgeable in durable medical equipment/scooter paperwork.
  • Open clinic 10 minutes early Monday through friday Clean exam rooms lobby and properly sanitize medical equipment.

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41. Medical Procedures

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Here's how Medical Procedures is used in Lead Medical Assistant jobs:
  • Offered extensive experience and discretion during clinical, laboratory and medical procedures.
  • Worked on referrals obtaining appointments with specialists and acquired special medical procedures.
  • Assist the physicians and anesthesiologists in surgery and other medical procedures.
  • Provide physician with assistance during surgery or complicated medical procedures.
  • Provided hands-on demonstration and instruction for clinical medical procedures.
  • Prepared instruments and assisted physicians with medical procedures.
  • Assist with medical procedures, Take patient Histories, Vital signs, Injections, Perform NCV testing on patients
  • Assist physicians with exams, routine medical procedures, performed office inventory and order medical supplies.
  • Perform setups of examination rooms for medical procedures such as incisions, drainage, and suturing.
  • Prepare patients for medical procedures, utilizing sterile and aseptic techniques.
  • Increased number of medical procedures and drug screening performed in office.
  • Lead Assistant to 3 staff surgeons with all medical procedures.
  • Assisted the physicians with minor medical procedures in office.
  • Assisted the physicians with patient exams and medical procedures.
  • Assisted Doctor with clinical and medical procedures.
  • Assist physician with medical procedures.
  • Assisted physician with various medical procedures and trainer for new hires.Preparing referrals, maintained patient records and cleanliness of exam rooms.
  • Assist Physicians with minor medical procedures, greet patients, obtain appropriate patient information for office visits (I.e.
  • Organized rooms for medical procedures such as nail avulsions, castings and wound care.
  • TIME Educated patients in regards to office policies, medical procedures, recovery measures and medication instruction.

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42. Drug Screens

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Here's how Drug Screens is used in Lead Medical Assistant jobs:
  • Perform drug screen collections for DOT and non-DOT drug screens, using proper chain of custody.
  • Collect and process urine drug screens for various clients, both DOT and Non-DOT.
  • Performed DOT physicals, school/sports physicals, INS physicals and drug screens.
  • Certified to do breath alcohol, urine drug screens and hair collects.
  • Obtained urine of UA s, HCG s, Drug screens.
  • Performed urine drug screens Performed front office clerical duties such as answering telephones, check-in, check-out, and record processing.
  • Assist the Medical Director with all in-office surgical procedures Treat urgent care patients, perform drug screens and D.O.T.
  • Collected Department of Transportation breathe alcohol test and non Department of transportation drug screens (i.e.
  • Performed drug screens, blood draws, vital signs, casting and gave injections.
  • Team based environment * ODOT drug screens
  • Job duties: Perform DOT drug screens for new hires, recerts (random drug screens) and student truck drivers.

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43. EHR

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  • Use EHR system to run regular reports to identify clients due or past due for immunizations.
  • Monitor vaccine logs for completeness; follow up to ensure accurate data entry into EHR system.
  • Obtained a complete medical history and ensured all information was entered properly in EHR.
  • Complete patient notifications and charting for results and ensure records are scanned into EHR.
  • Maintain patient electronic health records (EHR), and office/lab log books.
  • Assisted with the transition from paper charting to EHR system.
  • Documented intake into EHR (for all specialties).
  • Trained on the NextGen EHR/EMR practice management software.
  • Scan and Index medical records to EHR/EMR.
  • Maintain and prepare EHR records.
  • Served as a coach for Allscripts EHR and PM systems to assist both staff and physicians with updates and issues.
  • Completed chart notes and built superbills in EHR.
  • Perform radiologic procedures, insurance authorizations, extensive EHR experience, medical assistant duties, referrals, and triaging patient needs.
  • Assisted with office conversion to EHR acting as office "Super User".
  • blood draws EKG Wound care assist Surgeon EHR

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44. PAP Smears

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Here's how PAP Smears is used in Lead Medical Assistant jobs:
  • Assisted physician in pap smears, skin biopsy removals, wart removals, joint injections, and wound care.
  • Processed monthly reports for positive UPT's and Abnormal Pap smears Maintained patient privacy and confidential patient information.
  • Assisted Provider in Removal of Boils and Skin tags, also with pap smears and pelvic exams.
  • Set up procedure trays for pap smears, punch biopsies, and suture trays.
  • Assisted physicians in small procedures like incisions or pap smears Maintain a well-stocked department with surgical supplies.
  • Set up and assisted the doctor with pap smears, preformed venipunctures and prepared blood for lab.
  • Assist provider with procedures including PAP smears, pelvic exams, ear lavage and nebulizer treatments.
  • Assist a physician in patient care, procedures including colposcopys, minor surgeries, laser therapy and PAP smears.
  • Assisted in all gynecological procedures: pap smears, pelvic exams, insertion of colposcopy,Leep procedures.
  • Perform OB/Gyn services assist with Pap smears and procedures (Cryosurgery, Colposcopy and Endometrial Biopsy) excellent phlebotomy skills

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45. Hippa

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Here's how Hippa is used in Lead Medical Assistant jobs:
  • Maintained patient confidentiality and followed office and HIPPA protocol.
  • Helped implement the practice's quality assurance and control program and efforts ensured compliance with HIPPA and OSHA regulations.
  • Worked closely with the Office Manager to keep staff updated with the latest insurance policies and HIPPA compliance guidelines.
  • Assisted in continuous education and training of employees on updated OSHA, HIPPA regulations and company policy changes.
  • Prepare patients for examination and treatments, HIPPA certified, Administer injections and apply dressings to wounds.
  • Maintain patient records and ensure accuracy and patient confidentiality as per HIPPA and TJC guidelines.
  • Organized and documented patient s charts ensuring HIPPA and company guidelines were met.
  • Maintained files and records and ensured patient data was protected using HIPPA guidelines.
  • Follow HIPPA and OSHA requirements for the use of instruments during procedures.
  • Assisted in ensuring all HIPPA compliance procedures were correctly practiced.
  • Ensured HIPPA guidelines were implemented during all home visits.
  • Help to maintain HIPPA and OSHA compliance.
  • Well trained in HIPPA and OSHA standards.
  • Up to date on all legal forms needed for Hippa and insuring patient signature.
  • Maintain inventory Uphold HIPPA and OSHA Standards.
  • Obtain copayments and signed HIPPA agreements.
  • Maintain HIPPA, Joint Commission, OSHA and Clia Compliance.
  • Helped implement HIPPA, CLIA, and OSHA regulations for practice's quality assurance Provided good quality care to patient Bi-lingual

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46. CPT

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Here's how CPT is used in Lead Medical Assistant jobs:
  • Learned CPT codes, diagnoses, and medical terminology, billing coding for insurances, lab codes and protocols.
  • Prepared insurance claims, using correct ICD-9, CPT and HCPCS codes, insuring timely payments.
  • Updated all billing accounts with accurate ICD-9 and CPT codes for accurate billing.
  • Applied appropriate ICD 9 and CPT code to chart for billing accuracy.
  • Implemented knowledge of ICD9 and CPT Coding.
  • Start the daily encounters and billing CPT codes with ICD-1O codes (previously ICD-9).
  • Conducted CPR/ First Aid, CPT/ICD Coding, Phlebotomy, EKG's, vaccination, and triage to adults and infants.
  • Serve as a liaison between the physicians and practice manager in regards to proper ICD'9 and CPT coding.
  • Utilize ICD-10 and CPT codes Administer IV in the Endoscopy Suite as well as starting IV for infused medications.
  • Answer multi phone line, Schedule patients and Pharmaceutical reps. Verify insurance benefits and ICD -9 and CPT codes.
  • Processed referrals through Diva System and via inerter net with the utilization of ICD-9 and CPT coding.
  • Trained and provide guidance to co-workers knowledgable with CPT Codes and ICD Codes.
  • Obtain authorizations utilizing current CPT and ICD.9 codes, Schedule appointments

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47. RX

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Here's how RX is used in Lead Medical Assistant jobs:
  • Fill prescriptions through our in-house pharmacy PD-RX.
  • Call in Rx to pharmacy for patient's.14.
  • Called in RX prescriptions and refills.
  • Take Vitals *Room patients *Communicate with Pharmacies for Rx *Assist others with EHR implementation *Autoclave instruments *Referrals
  • Experience as well in insurance verifications,phone answering, fax, filling, calling Rx's.

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48. Vital Statistics

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Here's how Vital Statistics is used in Lead Medical Assistant jobs:
  • Performed and recorded vital statistics of incoming patients.
  • Screened over 120 patients per week, obtaining medical history, vital statistics, and test results.
  • Review and record patient's medical history, vital statistics, and test results into E.M.R.
  • Recorded patients' medical history, vital statistics and information into the EMR system.
  • Record patients medical history, vital statistics and information along with chief complaint.
  • Record test results and vital statistics.
  • Triaged patients, record medical history and vital statistics.

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49. Drug Refills

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Here's how Drug Refills is used in Lead Medical Assistant jobs:
  • Authorize drug refills electronically, provide prescription information to pharmacies and obtain prior authorization if needed.
  • Authorize drug refills, provide prescription information to pharmacies and obtain insurance authorization for medications.
  • Authorize drug refills and provide prescription information to pharmacies as directed by a physician.
  • Authorize drug refills and call in prescriptions to pharmacies.
  • Authorize drug refills and provide prescription information to pharmacies.

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50. Administer Medications

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Here's how Administer Medications is used in Lead Medical Assistant jobs:
  • Prepare and administer medications as directed by a physician.
  • Prepare and administer medications as directed by Provider.
  • Implement and administer medications as directed by physician.
  • Administer medications, including injections.
  • Administer medications, vaccines and blood draws as prescribed by the provider.
  • Administer medications, Tested and recorded blood glucose levels.
  • Administer medications as prescribed by the provider.
  • Administer medications and injections as ordered by practitioner, with the exception of IV medications.
  • Prepare and administer medications as directed by physicians including injectable vaccines, nebulizer therapy drugs and non-narcotic pain relievers or antibiotics.
  • Administer medications per providers administer injections Hep-B, Flu, MMR, Varicella, PPD ect.
  • Prepare and administer medications as directed by physician such as Xiaflex, BCG, Eligard, and Mitomycin.

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20 Most Common Skills For A Lead Medical Assistant

Patient Care

14.5%

Surgical Procedures

13.9%

Vital Signs

7.2%

EKG

7.1%

Laboratory Specimens

6.3%

Medical Records

5.2%

Phone Triage

4.8%

Phlebotomy

4.6%

Clinical Staff

4.2%

New Medical Assistants

4.1%

Exam Rooms

3.7%

Office Supplies

3.5%

Back Office

3.3%

Front Desk

3.3%

Insurance Companies

3.3%

Appointment Scheduling

2.7%

Urinalysis

2.3%

Venipuncture

2.1%

Medical Supplies

2.1%

Phone Calls

1.8%
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Typical Skill-Sets Required For A Lead Medical Assistant

Rank Skill
1 Patient Care 11.3%
2 Surgical Procedures 10.8%
3 Vital Signs 5.6%
4 EKG 5.5%
5 Laboratory Specimens 4.9%
6 Medical Records 4.0%
7 Phone Triage 3.8%
8 Phlebotomy 3.6%
9 Clinical Staff 3.2%
10 New Medical Assistants 3.2%
11 Exam Rooms 2.9%
12 Office Supplies 2.7%
13 Back Office 2.6%
14 Front Desk 2.6%
15 Insurance Companies 2.6%
16 Appointment Scheduling 2.1%
17 Urinalysis 1.8%
18 Venipuncture 1.6%
19 Medical Supplies 1.6%
20 Phone Calls 1.4%
21 Blood Pressure 1.3%
22 Osha 1.2%
23 Prescription Refills 1.2%
24 Drawing Blood 1.2%
25 Customer Service 1.1%
26 Test Cases 1.1%
27 Data Entry 1.0%
28 Suture Removal 0.8%
29 Internal Medicine 0.7%
30 Hipaa 0.7%
31 Spirometry 0.7%
32 Scheduling Appointments 0.7%
33 Clia 0.7%
34 Office Staff 0.7%
35 Lab Results 0.6%
36 Staff Members 0.6%
37 Patient Rooms 0.6%
38 Treatment Procedures 0.6%
39 PFT 0.6%
40 Medical Equipment 0.6%
41 Medical Procedures 0.6%
42 Drug Screens 0.5%
43 EHR 0.5%
44 PAP Smears 0.5%
45 Hippa 0.5%
46 CPT 0.5%
47 RX 0.5%
48 Vital Statistics 0.5%
49 Drug Refills 0.5%
50 Administer Medications 0.5%
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