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Top 47 Medical Assistant Skills

Below we've compiled a list of the most important skills for a Medical Assistant. We ranked the top skills based on the percentage of Medical Assistant resumes they appeared on. For example, 10.9% of Medical Assistant resumes contained Office Supplies as a skill. Let's find out what skills a Medical Assistant actually needs in order to be successful in the workplace.

These Are The Most Important Skills For A Medical Assistant

1. Office Supplies
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Here's how Office Supplies is used in Medical Assistant jobs:
  • Filed charts and/or placed into storage; make copies; helped organize office supplies for a more sufficient work place.
  • Track inventory and expiration dates of lab supplies, medical equipment, office supplies, and break room supplies.
  • Assemble supplies for the day, Check expiration dates on supplies and conduct inventory for back office supplies.
  • Ordered office supplies, typed miscellaneous letters (disability, excuse from work/school).
  • Assisted office manager with the ordering of office supplies and renewal of magazine subscriptions.
  • Maintain forms and office supplies required for the attending doctor and examination rooms.
  • Inventory and order medical, lab, or office supplies or equipment.
  • Complete office inventory and vaccines; in-house medications and office supplies.
  • Ordered all medical and office supplies for three federal correctional facilities.
  • Maintained forms and office supplies required for front desk activities.
  • Managed office supplies, vendors, organization and upkeep.
  • Ordered office supplies and stocked rooms as needed.
  • Do daily inventory office supplies daily.
  • Order and stalk office supplies.
  • Ordered laboratory and office supplies.
  • Maintained clinical office supplies, injectable medications, instrument maintenance and sterilization.
  • Tracked and placed orders for medication, vender samples, and medical and office supplies
  • Order all office supplies as needed Making and returning all phone calls.
  • Called to remind patients of appointments,scheduled office appointments.Ordered office supplies, filed assisted medical receptionist if needed.
  • Train and supervise externs Schedule patients Coumadin regimens Re-stocked office supplies Worked front office and back office

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2. Medical Records
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Here's how Medical Records is used in Medical Assistant jobs:
  • Provided clerical support with patient check-in and check-out, completed medical records and verified insurance coverage.
  • Protect the security of medical records to ensure that confidentiality is maintained.
  • Processed medical records requests and insurance referrals.
  • Prepared and maintain all electronic medical records.
  • Documented and filed patient calls and paperwork in appropriate locations in charts as well as in our medical records filing department.
  • Record patients' medical history, vital statistics, or information such as test results in medical records.
  • Assist with OB/GYN and adult care, scheduled patient appointments, and handle paper medical records.
  • Scheduled appointments, keep medical records, perform secretarial tasks and authorized prescription refills.
  • Recorded patients' medical history, vital statistics and test results in medical records.
  • Copied and printed patient s medical records and documents for patients or insurance companies.
  • Obtained vital signs and followed up with timely and accurate medical records.
  • Transmitted correspondence and medical records via mail, e-mail and fax.
  • Obtained patient history and charted procedures for medical records.
  • Managed a 300+ medical records filing system.
  • Update patient data & manage medical records.
  • Assisted Depts: in Dermatology and procedures, pain management, IM, Family Practice, Medical records, and Lab.
  • Screened and prioritized a high volume of calls, managed medical records, and collected Co-payments.
  • Documented in Electronic Medical Records platforms, eClinical Works and Athena.
  • Blood Draws Electronic Medical Records Verifying Insurance information
  • Experience with electronic medical records (EMR) Experience with EScript

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3. Patient Care
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Here's how Patient Care is used in Medical Assistant jobs:
  • Provided automation support for medical procedures, patient documentation and patient care plans.
  • Assist in medical emergencies and office procedures using computerized patient care systems.
  • Assist MD as well a nurse in ensuring optimal patient care and smooth daily functioning of office.
  • Administered post-operative patient care, dressing changes, removing sutures/staples, wound-vac, and colostomy changes.
  • Handled patient care, hospital environment, assisted in surgeries, ultrasounds, and clinical data entry
  • Assisted the team in ensuring optimal patient care and carrying out smooth daily functions.
  • Exceeded monthly goals, grew profit, and improved quality of patient care.
  • Assist provider in patient care to ensure timeliness, accuracy, and professionalism.
  • Filed and retrieved patient s records alphabetically from shelves for patient care.
  • Evaluated patient care needs, prioritized treatment, and maintained patient flow.
  • Maintained accurate records of patient care, condition, progress and concerns.
  • Worked through odd hours and keeping patient care at highest priority.
  • Provided basic patient care under direct supervision of nursing staff.
  • Developed patient care plans, including assessments, and evaluations.
  • Point of contact between provider and patient with patient care.
  • Received multiple awards for dedication and quality patient care.
  • Perform direct patient care in preparation for visit.
  • Provide patient care, track inventory.
  • Maintained patient care with seven Physicians.
  • Recorded pertinent information unto medical documents to support patient care Assisted providers during exams and procedures (i.e.)

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4. Vital Signs
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Here's how Vital Signs is used in Medical Assistant jobs:
  • Demonstrated proficiency in taking patient medical histories and vital signs while preparing patients for examinations and treatments.
  • Demonstrate proficiency in taking patient vital signs, ECG'S and meal distribution as well as in performing various clerical duties.
  • Initial, date and time all chart entries and vital signs using legal signature and title in EMR or paper chart.
  • Prepared patient for exam and treatment by taking and recording vital signs, symptoms, and recording chief complaint.
  • File and record documents in Alphabetical order *Record patient's vital signs, take blood, and other specimen
  • Interview patients, measure vital signs, such as pulse, blood pressure, weight and height.
  • Interview patients to obtain medical information and measure their vital signs, weight, and height.
  • Skilled in taking vital signs, height, weight and temperature.
  • Monitor patient's vital signs while taking a stress test.
  • Prepared patients for the examination room and record vital signs.
  • Charted medical histories and recorded vital signs.
  • Assess and document patient vital signs.
  • Collected vital signs and medical history.
  • Obtain inmate's vital signs, medical/psych history and any use of drugs or alcohol upon their arrival to CCDC.
  • Key Assignments: Demonstrated proficiency in taking patient medical histories and vital signs.
  • perform electrocardiograms, draw blood, vital signs, spirometry test, injections various office duties
  • Draw blood, perform electrocardiograms, spirometry test, treadmills, holter monitors, injections,vital signs, various office duties
  • Obtain Vital Signs Give IM and SC injections Perform blood draws Prepare Lab Specimens Assist with procedures as needed
  • Assisted MD in patient care Answered phones Filing Front Check-in Vital Signs
  • Recorded vital signs and reviewed medical history Administered injections (Humira, Enbrel, Orencia).Verified insurance.

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5. EKG
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Here's how EKG is used in Medical Assistant jobs:
  • Assist in any procedures, set up breathing treatments, and administer EKG and vaccinations/injections as ordered by physician.
  • Performed EKG, scheduled appointments, administered tens unit or heat lamp, and gave excellent customer service.
  • Operate x-ray, electrocardiogram (EKG), and other equipment to administer routine diagnostic tests.
  • Worked directly with anesthesia on a daily basis, EKG and vitals prepared patient for procedures.
  • Receive patients, triage and check vital signs, and perform EKG's and urinalysis.
  • Perform strep and HCG test, EKG's, ear irrigation's, and urinalysis.
  • Conducted EKG's, glucose readings, pregnancy tests, urinalysis & DOT screenings.
  • Perform EKG's, order labs, and place heart monitors on patients.
  • Handled activities involving specimen collection, EKGs, and post-operative suture/staple removals.
  • Worked many years doing EKGs, vital signs, intake/outputs and computer experience.
  • Performed EKG's, Phlebotomy, and Urea Breath Test on patients.
  • Ordered lab work, X-rays and performed EKGs.
  • Performed EKG's and Venipuncture.
  • Blood draws, EKGs, injections.
  • Demonstrate proficiency in taking patient medical histories and vital signs, as well as in performing venipunctures, injections and EKGs.
  • gather patient information; take vitals, performed injection, phlebotomy, EKG, billing, filling and answer phones.
  • Ordered lab tests, x-rays, MRIs, Ultrasounds, and EKGs.
  • Performed various test on patients (e.g., EKGs, ABIs, PFTs) Traveled between two different office locations.
  • Obtain Vital Signs Scheduled Appointments/Referrals Obtained Prior Authorizations Performed EKG s Performed A1-C Performed PT/INR Performed Intramuscular Injections
  • Assisted physician with procedures Administer injections/EKG/Holter Monitiors/Spirometry Phlebotomy Patient education

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6. Exam Rooms
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Here's how Exam Rooms is used in Medical Assistant jobs:
  • Ensured patients are accompanied to exam rooms and prepare them for the provider visit by obtaining history and recording vital signs.
  • Escort patients to exam rooms, interviews patients, measure vital signs, and document all information in patient's chart.
  • Keep exam rooms stocked with adequate medical supplies, maintain instruments, and prepare sterilization as required.
  • Maintained a clean, functional environment including disinfection of equipment, exam rooms, and storage areas.
  • Ensured the cleanliness, sanitation and maintenance of all facilities, exam rooms and equipment.
  • Schedule appointments, answer phones, order medical supplies, and stock exam rooms.
  • Maintained exam rooms clean and organized, prepared treatment rooms for examination and procedures.
  • Restock exam rooms and assisted MD with procedures & responsible for other administrative function.
  • Escort all patients to exam rooms and take patients history and vital signs.
  • Stocked, cleaned and maintained exam rooms according to JCAHO guidelines.
  • Prepare exam rooms and students for exam and procedures.
  • Assist physician and physician assistant to exam rooms.
  • Stocked exam rooms daily for physician's use.
  • Set up exam rooms, properly disinfecting daily.
  • Assisted physician with patients in exam rooms.
  • Cleaned And restock exam rooms.
  • Front office skills: answered a multi-line phone system, filed and copied patient charts, clean and prepare exam rooms.
  • Ensured cleanliness, sanitation and maintenance of all exam rooms and equipment Obtain vital signs and patient's medical history.
  • Start IV line Ensures exam rooms are clean, stocked, and ready for patients.
  • Set up and assisted minor surgeries Autoclaving Cleaned and stocked exam rooms to ensure clean, safe, and compliant environment.

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7. Scheduling Appointments
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Here's how Scheduling Appointments is used in Medical Assistant jobs:
  • Front office responsibilities included taking patient payments, scheduling appointments, insurance verification, and prior authorizations.
  • Performed administrative duties-scheduling appointments, maintaining medical records.
  • Performed clerical duties in a medical office, such as taking and making phone calls, scheduling appointments and stocking supplies.
  • Operated reception desk to include answering phones, scheduling appointments, verifying insurance, and taking dictation for chart data entry.
  • Operated telephone switchboard to answer, screen and forward calls, providing information, taking messages and scheduling appointments.
  • Assist front office with confirming and scheduling appointments, answering multiple phone lines, and obtain authorizations.
  • Front office, filing, answering phones, scheduling appointments, referrals online, Insurance verification.
  • Front office duties billing, faxing, scheduling appointments, and answering phone calls.
  • Assist with front desk, checking patients in, out, scheduling appointments.
  • Performed some front office duties such as answering of phones and scheduling appointments.
  • Answered phones, scheduling appointments and surgeries, resolved questions or complaints.
  • Assist front office staff with scheduling appointments, faxing, and filing.
  • Verified Insurance policies, scheduling appointments, answering phone calls.
  • Demonstrated administrative duties such as maintaining medical records, scheduling appointments, billing, insurance verifications and referrals.
  • Performed General Front Desk Duties Including Scheduling Appointments, Data Entry, Checking Patients In And Out, Verifying Insurances.
  • Assisted in medical coding & billing, scheduling appointments, maintaining the office and patient area to a healthy disinfected
  • Managed multi-line phone system; scheduling appointments, processed prescription refills, confirmed lab results, processed patient referrals.
  • Assisted the physician with patient care Front office duties to include scheduling appointments and filing insurance
  • Drug Screenings -Lab draws -Obtaining vitals signs and information on patients -Discharging patients -Scheduling appointments
  • Call Center Answering phones scheduling appointments verifying insurances scanning calling patients calling pharmacies

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8. Laboratory Specimens
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Here's how Laboratory Specimens is used in Medical Assistant jobs:
  • Explained medical procedures to patients, collected laboratory specimens, removed sutures, and sterilized medical instruments.
  • Collect and prepare laboratory specimens, dispose of contaminated supplies, and sterilize medical instruments.
  • Collect and prepare laboratory specimens, ensuring proper labeling and packaging for delivery.
  • Handled laboratory specimens, ordering of supplies, dispensing medications.
  • Collected and prepared laboratory specimens within the clinic.
  • Collect blood and other laboratory specimens.
  • Collected and prepared laboratory specimens.
  • Obtain and process laboratory specimens.
  • Collect blood, tissue, or other laboratory specimens, log the specimens, and prepare them for testing.
  • Gathered various laboratory specimens, spinning down blood for transport, autoclave and completed various administrative tasks.
  • Collected laboratory specimens such as urine to do pregnancy test and provided doctor with lab results.
  • Collected blood and other laboratory specimens and prepared them for lab testing.
  • Draw blood and collect laboratory specimens as directed by the Physicians.
  • Collect and prepared laboratory specimens to give the labs.
  • Collected blood, tissue or other laboratory specimens.
  • Collected blood and other laboratory specimens, prepared speciems for transport and laboratory testing.
  • Perform venipuncture, administer immunizations, collect and prepare laboratory specimens.
  • Labeled laboratory specimens and have it re adily available for pick-up.
  • Prepare and administer medications as ordered Immobilization injections Collect laboratory specimens, log the specimens, and prepare them for testing.
  • Complete prior authorizations for medication and procedure when needed Collecting and preparing laboratory specimens Arranging for hospital admissions and laboratory services

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9. Phlebotomy
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Here's how Phlebotomy is used in Medical Assistant jobs:
  • Perform phlebotomy and laboratory procedures as directed by provider.
  • Performed phlebotomy functions and completed all laboratory functions.
  • Performed phlebotomy and necessary laboratory tests.
  • Performed phlebotomy and Electrocardiograms on Pediatric/Adult Patients
  • Perform Phlebotomy and Administer Injections.
  • Job duties were phlebotomy in the lab and at nursing homes, preparing specimens for testing, client billing.
  • Obtained vital signs, phlebotomy, EKG's, medical histories and refills on medications.
  • Perform Phlebotomy and collect patient's specimen and prepare for shipments to the labs.
  • Performed phlebotomy on 5-8 patients per day, finger sticks.
  • Performed x-ray, Phlebotomy and other tests.
  • Conducted phlebotomy, PPTs to patients, basic recordings of weight, height, blood pressure, temperature and complaints.
  • Performed history and physical exams, phlebotomy, analyzed lab specimens, ultrasounds, assisted in prostate biopsies and cystoscopies.
  • Performed patient phlebotomy, pediatric phlebotomy, urine drug screens, blood cultures, nasal swabs, and EKG's.
  • Performed EKG's, TB Skin Tests, Pediatric and Adult immunizations, Spirometry, Pediatric and Adult phlebotomy.
  • Retrieved urine samples; performed vitals, phlebotomy and EKGs to prepare prenatal patients for physical examination.
  • Assist with outpatient services in phlebotomy, customer service details, and pre-employment drug screens.
  • Perform phlebotomy, administer immunizations and other injectables, prepare labs for pick up.
  • Answered phones and scheduled appointments; assisted with set up of dialysis machine LICENSE / CERTIFICATIONS Certified Phlebotomy Technician BLS Certified
  • Scheduled Appointments Billing and coding Maintaining medical records Performed EKGs, phlebotomy, and x-rays
  • Answered Phones Collected patients vital signs Collected specimens and ran appropriate diagnostic test Performed venipuncture (phlebotomy) Patient injections

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10. Blood Pressure
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Here's how Blood Pressure is used in Medical Assistant jobs:
  • Experience as a Medical Assistant including: taking weight, height, blood pressure, pulse, & temperature.
  • Take patient vitals, including blood pressure, height weight, length, and head circumference.
  • Obtain medical information and measure their vital signs, blood pressure, height and weight.
  • Operated diagnostic equipment including: A Computer that performed PADNET TESTING, Blood Pressure Machine.
  • Assist doctor by obtaining patient vital sign's, height/weight, and blood pressure.
  • Check blood pressure, glucose levels, cholesterol, and BMI, etc.
  • Read and recorded blood pressure, temperature, pulse and respiration.
  • Monitored vital signs, such as blood pressure and pulse.
  • Take and record vitals, blood pressure and glucose levels.
  • Administered glucose, injections, vital signs and blood pressure.
  • Blood pressures, height, weight and urine cultures.
  • Obtain weight, blood pressure, blood, and urine
  • Obtain EKG's and blood pressure throughout test.
  • Checked blood pressure and vitals on residents on daily basis Familiar with charting, stocking and assisting with ordering medications.
  • Blood pressure, pulse, respiration, height, weight Foot x-rays, room patient, manage whirlpool therapy
  • Provide health screenings Perform blood pressure, glucose and cholesterol screenings, BMI
  • Perform vitals, including obtaining blood pressure, pulse, and respirations.
  • Demonstrated proficiency in taking patient medical histories, including height,weight,manual blood pressure,and chief complaint.
  • Performed Phlebotomy Administered Blood Pressure Screening References and Supporting Documentation Furnished upon Request
  • blood pressure, pulse, O2 level, temperature), administered immunizations/B-12 injections, performed tests on patients (i.e.

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11. Triage
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Here's how Triage is used in Medical Assistant jobs:
  • Conducted patient preparation, telephone triage, vaccine inventory and management, assisted with minor surgery and patient treatment.
  • Screen and triage patient phone calls, answering patient questions and routed critical calls to the doctors.
  • Schedule Urgent Care appointments and or screen and route calls for medical triage before booking.
  • Hired at this local community hospital Medical Assistant responsible for patient registry and triage.
  • Provided accurate patient care in triage calls, prescriptions and other patient health questions.
  • Correspond and triage with patients via telephone and email to resolve questions regarding care.
  • Register patience, triage, assist physician with procedures.
  • Schedule appointments and a triage of phone calls.
  • Took/Placed calls to patients for follow-ups or triage.
  • Perform triage for incoming patient calls.
  • Triaged and scheduled appointments as needed for obstetric/gynecologic patients urgent in nature.
  • Triaged patients taking patient histories, Vitals, height, weight, blood pressure, EKG, and blood glucose levels.
  • Triaged 40 plus patients per day, recording vital signs and obtaining medical histories.
  • Triaged patients, taking patient vitals, EKG, Allergy shots.
  • Triaged phone calls to determine if an appointment should be same-day.
  • Triaged all calls and updates as needed.
  • Triaged and provided direct patient care.
  • Demonstrate basic triage ie: vitals,
  • scheduled appointments, triaged calls and processed insurance co-payments Maintained supplies and sterilized exam rooms and equipment
  • Answered phones/scheduled appointments Authorized medication refills Administered immunizations In office Urine dips and Blood Sugar tests Triage patients Started office notes

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12. Insurance Companies
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Here's how Insurance Companies is used in Medical Assistant jobs:
  • Interfaced with insurance companies for approval and authorization codes.
  • Coordinated and coded transactions with insurance companies
  • Received and entered payments from patients and insurance companies to the patient accounts into a computer data base.
  • Assisted the billing department by calling varies Pt's and insurance companies to ensure payments were being received.
  • Assist Nurses and Doctors with Prior Authorizations on medications that need attention from various insurance companies.
  • Assist in the billing department as a collector, calling insurance companies to collect outstanding debts.
  • Answered phone calls & made appointments as well as contacting insurance companies for information.
  • Obtain prior authorization from patient's insurance companies and schedule the approved services.
  • Billed patients and insurance companies for services that were provided to the patient.
  • Printed medical records for patients and insurance companies for review.
  • Maintained liaison with insurance companies and checked all their transactions.
  • Called and got insurance information from insurance companies and benefits.
  • Obtain prior authorizations from insurance companies.
  • Post incoming checks from insurance companies.
  • Verified, pre-certified procedures and created claim numbers by communicating with various insurance companies.
  • Obtained pre-certification for various services with insurance companies.
  • Performed medical exams for insurance companies, phlebotomy, specimen collection, EKG's, scheduling and documentation.
  • Deal with insurance companies, submitting claims, referrals, pre-authorizations, etc.
  • Work with insurance companies to process payments in a timely manner.
  • Performed in home examinations for various Insurance companies Blood draws Urine collections Medical Histories Saliva collections EKG's Collecting DNA samples

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13. Referrals
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Here's how Referrals is used in Medical Assistant jobs:
  • Make referrals to other physicians and for outpatient procedures with authorization from insurance companies.
  • Maintain ongoing tracking and appropriate documentation on referrals to promote provider and patient awareness.
  • Manage appropriate patient referrals and required documentation.
  • Check in and out patients, answer the phone, gather patient information, fill out referrals, verify insurance information.
  • Greeted patients at check-in, collecting co-pays or referrals if needed or checking eligibility for insurance companies.
  • Greeted and checked in patients; scheduled appointments and prepared referrals and prescription data.
  • Prepared medical clearances, referrals and prescription refills on behalf of the physician.
  • Track overdue patient tests and referrals along with sending reminders to patients.
  • Make referrals for patients who need to see Specialist.
  • Track all referrals and follow up as needed.
  • Assisted in filing, referrals, and faxes.
  • Verify insurance, Make appointments and confirm appointments.Faxed medical release forms and referrals to primary Doctors and Hospitals.
  • Cleaned and sterilizes instruments after procedures Processed referrals, verified patient insurance, obtained prior authorizations.
  • Scheduled appointments, insurance verifications, referrals and prior authorizations.
  • Answer phones, make appointments, referrals to specialist, insurance authorization for office visits and procedures, collect copays.
  • Obtained Prior Authorizations from insuranse company, requested referrals, scheduled patients tests for them, and scheduled appointments.
  • Performed patient triage, scheduled appointments, surgery scheduling, cashing in/out, referrals for multiple IPAs.
  • Assist with co-pays and insurance verifications, sending referrals as requested.
  • Generate all insurance referrals Order medical and office supplies.
  • Prepared specialty referrals to multiple IPAs for patients.

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14. Front Desk
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Here's how Front Desk is used in Medical Assistant jobs:
  • Performed front desk office duties such as answering phones, checking patients in, and other various office /customer service tasks.
  • Perform general front desk duties including scheduling appointment, record keeping, Filing, scanning and answering phones.
  • Order all office and medical supplies, front desk duties, and assist physicians as needed.
  • Front desk customer service, triage of patients, booked, reschedule and cancel appointments.
  • Backed up the front desk with checking in patients as well as check out.
  • Schedule patient surgeries, assist front desk and call center when needed.
  • Answered telephone calls, patient registration, pregnancy testing, front desk.
  • Front desk reception skills, answered phone calls, scheduled patient appointment.
  • Oversee computerized front desk management and patient relations for a fast-paced office.
  • Provided front desk support (i.e.)
  • Perform front desk duties as well.
  • Experienced in front desk duties.
  • Increased knowledge of money management and insurance by working at the front desk Developed clinical proficiency by working directly with patients
  • Front desk check-in receptionist at a high patient volume office; using Phreeshia, All- Scripts and EMR Systems.
  • Assist the doctors and nurses with any task at hand when asked Schedule all chemotherapy appointments/ Front Desk duties
  • Coordinated multiple physician schedules, maintained patient records, front desk reception and coordinated patient care.
  • Assist front desk Perform various procedure on Patients
  • Front Desk aking Appointments.customer services, translate.Filling Charts.
  • Front desk patient Check-Out Patient communication regarding labs and follow up appointments Filing medical charts Monitor vital signs Prepared patients for exams
  • Front Desk Receptionist Verify Insurance Check patient's in Answer incoming calls Filing, printing, faxing, copying Check-out's

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15. Urinalysis
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Here's how Urinalysis is used in Medical Assistant jobs:
  • Performed vitals/glucose testing, injections, urinalysis, and laboratory testing collection.
  • Performed vitals/drug screen testing and assisted in administering injections and urinalysis.
  • Conducted laboratory testing on biological specimens including glucose testing and urinalysis.
  • Perform urinalysis and urine cultures.
  • Create Patient Appointments In and Out Patient, Draw Blood, Urinalysis, and Patient Check in, Vital Signs
  • Perform physicals, drug screens, urinalysis, injections, blood draws and assisting physicians with small traumas.
  • Change dressings, perform urinalysis and drug testing; perform hearing and vision exams.
  • Perform urinalysis test; prepare samples for lab analysis and file lab reports.
  • Performed Vitals, Rapid Strep, EKG's, and Urinalysis.
  • Perform urinalysis testing for pediatric patients' ages 0-18.
  • Performed various testing such as glucose and urinalysis.
  • Performed urinalysis, uroflows and post void residual ultrasounds.
  • Preformed basic clinical laboratory tasks to include urinalysis and strep test screening, vision screening using the Snelling chart.
  • Autoclave (wrapped and unwrapped) Laboratory testing (GBS, STI, Drug screening, Urinalysis).
  • Performed the following test: urinalysis, strep test, pregnancy test, Mono, Flu ect.
  • Process Patient Urinalysis Tests: Measure keytones in urine to measure program effectiveness.
  • Run urinalysis, cbc s, pregnancy tests, Strep tests, Flu tests.
  • Performed phlebotomy, injections, minor office procedures, urinalysis, other diagnostic tests and answered multi-line phones.
  • Performed Urinalysis, ECG, Phlebotomy, HcG and Spirometry.
  • Assist with exams Draw blood Assist with procedures Communicate with interpreters Vitals Injections Urinalysis

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

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Here's how Back Office is used in Medical Assistant jobs:
  • Front Office and assist in Back office as a Medical Assistant and Scribe for the Physician Assistant.
  • Ensured quality of care for all patients as Lab Supervisor and sole back office personnel.
  • Back office duties included vital signs, blood withdrawals, administrating injections and medications.
  • Back office, vitals, assist Dr with translating, blood work, vaccines.
  • Scheduled patients, and performed back office duties, vital signs, etc.
  • Worked in the front office as well as the back office.
  • Back office work like rooming patients and taking medical history.
  • Assist in Front Office and Back office.
  • Manage patient flow of the back office.
  • Front office equipment and back office equipment.
  • Order medical supplies for back office.
  • Front and back office procedures.
  • Back Office included it was not limited to Basic Pharmacology, taking patients history, rooming patients.
  • Front office, back office on occasion 14.
  • Front and back office duties -medical marketing
  • back office Handling and answering external as well as internal phone calls and transferring calls to the appropriate departments.
  • Front and back office duties * Answer phones, make appointments * Take patients to back office
  • Assisted Physician with Rooming Patients * Referral to outside Specialists * Front and Back Office Duties
  • Front and back office * Patient vital signs * EKG'S
  • Front Office Back Office Vaccine Knowledge Insurance (HMOs/PPOs/Medical)

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18. Filling Prescriptions
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Here's how Filling Prescriptions is used in Medical Assistant jobs:
  • Demonstrated proficiency in EMR, educating patients on proper use of medications, coordinating hospital admissions, refilling prescriptions.
  • Front office duties include managing 2 physicians offices, scheduling patients, insurance authorizations, follow up therapy and filling prescriptions.
  • Assisted assigned physician in office visits, triage, and patient care-coordinator, filling prescriptions, scheduling surgeries and ordering tests.
  • Assist Doctor and head Nurse with all patient care including, vital signs, injections, blood draws and filling prescriptions.
  • Front office duties included phone triage, faxing, filing, refilling prescriptions, scheduling patients, checking in patients.
  • Back office work includes patient care, taking vitals, administering injections, body contouring, and filling prescriptions.
  • Assist provider with rooming patients, procedures, filling prescriptions, scheduling patients for procedures, medical prior authorizations.
  • Skin testing checking patients in rooming them, taking vitals, giving injections, filling prescriptions, ordering labs.
  • Performed administrative tasks, such as: filing, charting, answering phones, and refilling prescriptions.
  • Performed administrative duties, filing, typing, answering phones, confirming insurance, and refilling prescriptions.
  • Assisted nurses station in refilling prescriptions, administered injections and returned phone calls to patients when needed.
  • Follow all applicable government regulations including HIPAA, assist in filling prescriptions as needed.
  • Schedule doctor meetings, filling prescriptions and interpreting lab results to patients.
  • Retrieved patient data, coding, and filling prescriptions.
  • Check and enter medications and allergies and refilling prescriptions.
  • Back office clinical responsibilities including venipuncture, triage, filling prescriptions, and assisting physicians with patient care.
  • Front office duties, greeting patients, answering telephone , scheduling appointments, making referrals, filling prescriptions.
  • Answered and triaged multi-line phones which included scheduling appointments, taking messages, filling prescriptions.
  • Update EMRs with patient history ,&medications.Filling prescriptions within the physicians guidelines , administering immunizations & or treatments .
  • Take and record patient vitals Collect and prepare specimens for lab testing HPIs Refilling prescriptions Prior authorizations Patient scheduling

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19. Venipuncture
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Here's how Venipuncture is used in Medical Assistant jobs:
  • Roomed patients and took vital signs, venipuncture and performed medication injections
  • Assist physicians with patient treatment/procedures, including venipuncture.
  • Administered medication as well as venipuncture.
  • Perform out-patient and inpatient venipuncture.
  • Assisted physicians in Immunizations on adults and children, Injections, venipuncture, skin tag removals, and IND's.
  • Assist staff with patient intake, vital signs, EKG's, venipuncture, and measurements in the pediatric department.
  • Managed caseload of 20 clients, providing education, treatments, IV therapy, venipuncture and wound care
  • Perform venipuncture, administer injections, EKG's, throat culture, peak-flow and sterilization of instruments.
  • Process fecal and urine specimen for specific labs, along with venipuncture.
  • Performed urinalysis, pregnancy tests, diabetes testing, and venipuncture.
  • Perform Venipuncture lab draws on pediatric and adult patients as ordered.
  • Collected blood via venipuncture and prepared glass slides for analysis.
  • Experience in venipuncture & capillary puncture.
  • bag nutrition, venipuncture and running of I.V.
  • Maintain cleanliness of examination rooms Documenting patient histories and complaints in health care record Perform venipuncture
  • Take blood pressure, weight, and temperature Perform blood draw using venipuncture process Create lab orders and fulfill prescription requests
  • Answer phones and schedule patients Prep patients an assist doctor Perform venipuncture
  • Assist physician with minor surgeries Perform venipuncture EKG
  • Sterilized instruments and equipment Performed various medical office functions Assisted with strep-throat tests Performed venipuncture and capillaries
  • Practice Fusion (EHR) Vitals Medical History Venipuncture WVU charts (EHR) Schedule patient appointments Injections

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20. Phone Calls
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Here's how Phone Calls is used in Medical Assistant jobs:
  • Answered phone calls from patients and scheduled appointments; filed medical records; patient screening, vitals and took chief complaint.
  • Answered phone calls from patients, set up appointments, took messages, refills, and scheduled specialty testing.
  • Answer phone calls and answer any questions patients may have regarding their health care, make appointments, etc.
  • Returned patients phone calls, as well as calling in prescriptions as needed for the patient.
  • Handled phone calls, prescriptions, sent in via Care360 as well as many clerical duties.
  • Side by side cleaning, making phone calls, cooking, and grocery shopping.
  • Greet patients, answer phone calls and taking messages for the doctor.
  • Answer phone calls, schedule appointments, transcribe doctor's dictation.
  • Have done paperwork on ECT's and making multiple phone calls.
  • Return patient phone calls with direction from the physician.
  • Scheduled appointments and daily phone calls with patients.
  • Make phone calls and relay results.
  • Answer telephone calls and take messages.
  • Screened and made telephone calls.
  • Give injections and assist with lab testing and phlebotomy, sterilized medical instruments, pharmacy refills, phone calls.
  • Transcribe interaction between Doctor and Patient during psychiatric sessions Answer telephone calls on a multiple-line system Schedule Patients appointments
  • Answered Incoming phone calls * Handled Insurance Claims * Interviewed patients and recorded vital signs.
  • Answer all incoming phone calls operating a multi line Digium Phone system.
  • Front office responsabilities included filing, answering multiplephone calls, obtaining patient information, collection of copays, appointment scheduling.
  • Answered phone calls and emails Coordinated doctors hospital visits Prepared weekly payroll for workers Handled all insurance claims

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21. Data Entry
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Here's how Data Entry is used in Medical Assistant jobs:
  • Filed confidential information and made data entry.
  • Monitor medication inventory, data entry.
  • Performed data entry and specimen processing.
  • Provided secretarial duties, such as, data entry, filing, faxing, and scheduling, meetings and appointments.
  • Back office medical assistance, Patient care, Data entry, EKG, Basic office laboratory test, Room preparation
  • Checked in patients, scanned and entered demographics, scanned medical records, data entry, and scheduling.
  • Performed data entry on all financial transactions as well as processed financial transactions into the computer system.
  • Performed clerical duties, such as word processing, data entry, answering phones and filing.
  • Maintain daily schedules, Perform insurance data entry, discussed prescriptions and nutrition with patients.
  • Greeted patients upon entering, checked them into e-clinical works data entry system.
  • Performed recalls, data entry, medical records filing and provided phone service.
  • Performed data entry, scheduling, answering questions/ processing paperwork.
  • Obtain vitals signs, medical history, and data entry.
  • Front office receptionist, answering phones and data entry.
  • Assist with data entry and updated all patient information.
  • Worked with EMR, Excel, MS Word, EPIC, Data Entry, FMLA Forms.
  • Accepted calls from providers Authorized sonograms and other related diagnostic testing Reviewed transportation requests for medical necessity Data entry as needed
  • Collect patient co-pays Data Entry EMR input Record patient vitals
  • Answer phones and schedule appointments -Administer injections -Prepare and order lab results -Data entry -Verified patient eligibility
  • Handled multi-line phone Scheduled appointments Data entry File maintenance Record keeping Performed insurance verification and benefit eligibility Patient check-in and check-out

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22. Customer Service
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Here's how Customer Service is used in Medical Assistant jobs:
  • Provided operational support including scheduling, administrative tasks, and solutions to customer service issues.
  • Provided excellent customer service and assisted patients to schedule appointments and receive prescriptions.
  • Recognized for commitment to internal and external customer service.
  • Provided customer service by calling in medications.
  • Assist with surgical procedures and provide exceptional customer service to all patients and staff.
  • Answered calls relating to customer service and/or directing the call to the appropriate person.
  • Answer phones, customer service and relay/prioritize messages for the doctor as needed.
  • Provide a high standard of customer service to patients and patients' families.
  • Front office and customer service experience within a medical office setting.
  • Experience on Patience Services, great customer service.
  • Provide excellent customer service at all times.
  • General office duties and customer service.
  • Provide thorough and excellent customer service.
  • Provide customer service and assistance to clients facilitating the creation of applications for Medical Insurance through Washington Healthplanfinder.
  • Assist physician with procedures/lab collection Customer service liaison between patients and physicians/pharmacy/insurance companies
  • Provide excellent customer service Answer phones, schedule appointments and take care of any other professional needs of patients and/or doctor.
  • Attend meetings as requested and maintain high Press Ganey/ Customer Service Performance scores.
  • Assisted doctors as needed; provided customer service, took pts.
  • Recorded patient vitals signs Scheduled patient appointments Filed insurance claims Clerical office work, and phone customer service
  • Prepared thd patient for doctor Skills Used Professionalism Patient care Customer service

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23. Administer Medications
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Here's how Administer Medications is used in Medical Assistant jobs:
  • Instruct patients about medications and special diets prepare and administer medications as directed.
  • Prepare and administer medications with physician or physician assistant's authorization.
  • Prepare patients for examinations, administer medications, and prescribed treatments.
  • Prepare and administer medications as directed by a physician.
  • Prepared and administer medications/immunizations and perform routine laboratory tests.
  • Administer medications and injections as ordered
  • Record vitals, check blood sugar, injections, administer medications made appointments fax medical records
  • Maintain and set up patient room, prepare and administer medications.
  • Administer medications, giving shots, removing stitches and staples.
  • Prepared and administer medications as directed by a physician Maintained sterilization of instruments according to clinical procedures.
  • Administer medications per MA formulary.
  • Administer medications, immunizations, vitals, assist with minor procedures, IVs and catheterizations in clinic.
  • Record patients' medical history Prepare and administer medications as directed by the physician.
  • Administer medications: oral, injectable; rectal and IV's.
  • administer medications and administer Nebulizer treatments
  • Perform in office diagnostic tests (EKG, spirometry) Administer medications and immunizations through the recommended route of administration.
  • Take calls and detailed messages Take patients vital signs Administer medications topically and intravenously Schedule appointments
  • Perform EKGs', venapuncture, administer medications.
  • Administer medications Draw labs Enter orders in the computer EKG Dressing changes Prescription calls Outstanding customer service to patients and their families
  • Greet patients - Vitals - Immunization - Injections - Abstract patient's charts - Room patients - Administer medications - Blood draws

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24. Surgical Procedures
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Here's how Surgical Procedures is used in Medical Assistant jobs:
  • Assisted in minor surgical procedures, gave injections and prepared and administered medications as directed by a physician.
  • Prepared examining rooms, took patient vital signs and brief notes, assisted with minor surgical procedures, and performed injections.
  • Schedule patient surgical procedures at various places; hospitals, ambulatory surgery centers, and outpatient facilities.
  • Prepare patients for minor surgical procedures; assist with lacerations, suture removal.
  • Prepare instruments, equipment and medications to be used during surgical procedures.
  • Assist in minor surgical procedures including biopsies and I&D's.
  • Assist physician in minor surgical procedures, and translating when necessary.
  • Assist in minor surgical procedures and send samples to pathology.
  • Assist doctor in all outpatient surgical procedures.
  • Assist the provider during minor surgical procedures.
  • Assisted doctor throughout all surgical procedures.
  • Assist Physician in Surgical Procedures.
  • Assisted in minor surgical procedures.
  • Assist physician with surgical procedures.
  • Assist doctors with minor surgical procedures in the office including multiple excisions, core breast biopsies and hemorrhoid bandings.
  • Assist with procedures such as skin biopsies and skin cancer excision surgeries, and Mohs staged surgical procedures.
  • Prepare patients for surgical procedures/ assist doctor with procedure Other medical and administrative duties are reasonably assigned Performs routine laboratory tests
  • Assisted with surgical procedures Accomplishments Great patient care.
  • Collected co-payments Scheduled appointments Front office tasks: answered phone, filing, greeting patients Assisted doctor in minor office surgical procedures
  • Assisted with surgical procedures Provided patient and family teaching Performed casing and foot max for orthotics Submitted claims for reimbursements

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25. Sterilize Instruments
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Here's how Sterilize Instruments is used in Medical Assistant jobs:
  • Drape patients with covering and positions instruments and equipment/clean and sterilize instruments.
  • Get vital signs, assist with procedures, clean and sterilize instruments, enter information into computer, clean and stock rooms
  • Authorize drug refills, provide prescription information to pharmacies, clean and sterilize instruments and dispose of hazardous materials.
  • Disposed of contaminated supplies, sterilize instruments, collect and prepare laboratory specimens, and performing drug screen testing.
  • Prepare examination rooms for procedures, maintain area clean and organized, and sterilize instruments.
  • Clean and sterilize instruments and dispose of contaminated supplies, Changed dressings on wounds.
  • Handed instruments and materials to doctor as directed; clean and sterilize instruments.
  • Prepare rooms; sterilize instruments, equipment, and supplies for procedures.
  • Chart patients after visits, clean and sterilize instruments.
  • Clean and sterilize instruments and dispose of contaminated supplies.
  • Scrub and sterilize instruments, clean and stock rooms.
  • Clean and sterilize instruments as well as give injections.
  • Clean and sterilize instruments used for diagnostic testing.
  • Sterilize instruments and place them in the autoclave.
  • Clean, prepare, and sterilize instruments.
  • Prepare treatment rooms for patient examinations, keeping the rooms neat and clean -Clean and sterilize instruments and dispose of contaminated supplies
  • Prepare treatment rooms for examination of patients and sterilize instruments Drape patients with covering and position instruments and equipment.
  • Assist front desk when necessary Sterilize instruments Electrocardiograms and point of care testing Demonstrate excellence in patient care and service.
  • Sterilize instruments; Responsible for ordering medical supplies and materials; Assist during GYN procedures; Performed pregnancy tests.
  • Maintain patients growth charts Clean and sterilize instruments Assisted phlebotomist with routine blood draws, including finger pokes.

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26. Treatment Procedures
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Here's how Treatment Procedures is used in Medical Assistant jobs:
  • Explained treatment procedures to patients Prepared patients for diagnostic procedures Prepared examining room with instruments and equipment
  • Prepare patients for examination, present during examination/treatment to assist the physician in treatment procedures.
  • Acquired medical histories and explained treatment procedures.
  • Participated in physical examinations and treatment procedures.
  • Prepare, interview and counsel patients regarding medical histories, presenting problem and treatment procedures, for each visit.
  • Provide patient education on treatment procedures, after-care and wellness plan when discharging the patient from the facility.
  • Explain and/or translate treatment procedures, medications, diets, or providers' instructions to patients.
  • Explained treatment procedures, plans, medications, diets and reiterated physicians' instructions to patients.
  • Provided patient education including treatment procedures, medications, diets, and physician's instructions.
  • Explain treatment procedures, medications, diets, or physicians' instructions to patients.
  • Provided education to patients for treatment procedures, medications, and diabetic/heart diets.
  • Educated patients on treatment procedures, medications, diets and physician information.
  • Provide patient education on treatment procedures, after-care and wellness plan.
  • Explained treatment procedures to patient, and prepared patients for examinations.
  • Explain treatment procedures, medications, and physicians' instructions.
  • Help the physician during examination and explaining the treatment procedures.
  • Explain treatment procedures and physicians' instructions to patients.
  • Assist doctor during Patient Examination and Treatment Procedures.
  • Explain treatment procedures, medications, and physicians' instructions to patients Mastering Clinic Schedules
  • Educate patients regarding treatment procedures; discuss pre and post-op instructions with patients and family members 7.

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27. Osha
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Here's how Osha is used in Medical Assistant jobs:
  • Sterilized medical instruments and patient rooms according to OSHA safety standards and regulations.
  • Update OSHA regulations; review them with new hires, doctors, and staff, Prepare pathology reports and complete appeals.
  • Make a work plain that follows all plant and company safety operations procedures and be in the OSHA guide lines.
  • Helped implement and maintain quality assurance and control program which ensured compliance with HIPAA, CLIA and OSHA regulations.
  • Follow policy and procedures within OSHA guidelines, insurance verification, several of duties upon request
  • Ensured compliance with HIPAA, CLIA and OSHA regulations while assisting surgeons complete complex surgeries.
  • Used EMR to enter case reports and maintained MSDS and OSHA manuals/records.
  • Empty Red Bins & dispose and replace Sharps Containers Under OSHA Guidelines.
  • Followed all patient care/safety procedures in compliance with HIPAA and OSHA guidelines.
  • Ensured adherence to all FDAC, CDC and OSHA regulations.
  • Ensured compliance with HIPAA, CLIA and OSHA regulations
  • Dispose of contaminated supplies practicing OSHA standards.
  • Complied with HIPAA and OSHA regulations.
  • Developed MSDS, HIPAA, and OSHA compliance programs.
  • Reorganized all manuals including OSHA, Medical and Referral Reorganized and streamlined the filling system
  • Trained with OSHA Respected patients' right to privacy and confidentiality.
  • Maintain logs and required checks by OSHA (i.e.
  • Assisted physician with patient care Supervised distribution of medication, performed inventories, and monitored stock of office supplies Office OSHA officer
  • Perform daily vital signs, blood draws and EKG's Keep daily inventory on all IV medications Comply OSHA standards
  • Cleaned all scopes, nasal speculum, and all other instruments using appropriate processing according to OSHA.

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28. PAP Smears
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Here's how PAP Smears is used in Medical Assistant jobs:
  • Assisted with minor medical procedures - including wound care, pap smears, suture removal, and other urgent matters.
  • Charred pertinent data in patient's records, maintaining abnormal pap smears records and scheduled follow up testing.
  • Assist the doctor if needed in procedures such as Pap smears biopsies and regular exams.
  • Assisted with minor procedures such as pap smears, vasectomies, cyst removals, etc.
  • Assist with Gynecological procedures including pap smears, wet preps, and pelvic exams.
  • Assisted with minor office procedures; pap smears, stool samples, prostate exams.
  • Recorded vital signs, Performed EKG's, Urinalysis and Pap Smears.
  • Assist the physician with tray set ups and pap smears.
  • Assisted in pap smears and cleaned out rooms.
  • Perform doctor supervised pap smears.
  • Handled UA s, EKG s, vitals, shots, blood draws, assisted with pap smears, among others.
  • Assist Doctor with PAP smears.
  • Assisted with various clinical procedures such as: Pap smears, OB routine checks and screenings, ultrasound and colposcopies.
  • Prepared examination room for patients, while assisting the physician during various procedures including PAP smears and colposcopies.
  • Administer Depo injections and assist doctor with PAP Smears.
  • Assisted doctors in small office procedures such as pap smears, colposcopies, endometrial biopsies and LEEP procedures.
  • Set up procedures such as; colposcopy's, pap smears, IUD/Nexplanon insertions and removals.
  • Assisted the surgeon during procedures such as Endometrial Biopsy, Colposcopy, Pap Smears, Wart Removals and other examinations.
  • Assisted with gynecological procedures including pap smears, LEEP procedures, Colposcopy and Endocervical biopsies.
  • Assisted with all procedures including injections, pap smears, Endometrial Biopsy, Colposcopy, Essure, IUD placement and removal.

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29. Externship
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Here's how Externship is used in Medical Assistant jobs:
  • Hired on from Externship to provide MA assistance to Physician and nurses in thriving, fast paced medical clinic.
  • Completed externship at this facility and was immediately asked to join their staff full-time.
  • Hired through an externship to work on PRN basis for Dr. Earl Stewart.
  • Completed my externship at this location and was hired on after completion.
  • Completed 160 hours of externship; performing both administration and clinical skills.
  • Reason for leaving: Finished my 135 hours of Externship
  • Reason Of Leave: Externship was completed
  • Completed a 420 hour externship.
  • Front / Back Office (Externship)
  • Performed and functioned as a Medical Assistant with responsibilities in both clerical and clinical application Completed all academic and clinical externship requirements
  • Completed my externship, assisted patients by helping them, to their rooms, perform Ultrasound on them and Electro Stimulation.
  • Follow up with inmates for required, signed documents in order to maintain psychotropic medications KAISER PERMANENTE PHLEBOTOMY EXTERNSHIP 120 HRS.
  • completed a 180-hour externship, sharpening and fine tuning my skills with both clinical and medical and administrative work.
  • Completed 160 hours of Externship Duties include: Patient check in, patient histories, insurance referrals, appt.
  • Completed my MA externship here under Dr. Kennedy for Lincoln Technical Institute of Brockton Ma.
  • Hired per diem once I completed my externship Target West Palm Beach, FL
  • Closed Receptionist Baker Medical Group St. Louis, Missouri Externship Medical Assistant
  • Administered Flu Shot PSA injections PFT testing Trained students while on externship Entered results into computer using (Citrix)
  • Completed 160 Hours of Externship Injections Vital Signs Venipuncture Patient Check In
  • Hired off of externship Checking In Patients Billing and Coding Verifying insurance Triaging Taking Payments Medical Records EHR: EClinical Works

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30. Suture Removal
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Here's how Suture Removal is used in Medical Assistant jobs:
  • Shadowed surgeon and assisted in daily tasks such as casting, splints, suture removal, and clinic/surgery scheduling.
  • Back Office- Triage, injections, ear irrigation, suture removal, labs, assist physician with procedures,
  • Helped physicians examine and treat patients by assisting with instruments, injections and suture removal.
  • Take vitals, phone triage, patient assessment, suture removals, start and maintain.
  • Assisted in wound care such as JP drains, suture removal, and dressing changes.
  • Assist with surgical procedures, performed biopsies, set-up for surgeries and suture removals.
  • Performed suture removal, wound checks, bandaging and cleaned rooms after all visits.
  • Assisted physicians examine and treat patients to include injections and suture removal.
  • Apply pressure bandage care for patient after surgery and suture removal.
  • Placed hair follicles on patients, and performed suture removals.
  • Performed suture removals for patients of all ages.
  • Suture removal and changed dressings.
  • Suture removal/staple removal Assists in minor procedures.
  • Qualified skills included vital signs, suture removal, basic lab procedures, vision test and venipuncture.
  • Assisted doctor with suture removal procedures Assisted the doctor with excision of lesions procedures.
  • Assisted physician with exams and procedures including suture removal and ear lavages.
  • Assisted in suture removal and minor burn debridement.
  • Conduct specialized procedures under the direction of a clinician such as nebulizer treatments, spirometry, suture removal and wound-care.
  • Assist physicians with procedures,EKG, suture removal, drugs administered im.
  • Suture Assembly, Assisted with Suture Removal Vitals, EKG's Spirometry test, Tympanometry test DC

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31. Hipaa
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Here's how Hipaa is used in Medical Assistant jobs:
  • Maintained strict HIPAA compliance and delivered psychological first aid and utilized crisis intervention skills.
  • Use EMR software to manage patient records and files; reinforce and uphold patient confidentiality as required by HIPAA and clinic.
  • Enter patient demographics into EMR system, maintain HIPAA privacy for patients, customer service front office.
  • Fielded requests for medical records and handled delivery of medical records in accordance with HIPAA compliance.
  • Obtained a working knowledge and understanding of Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA).
  • Maintained paper and electronic records, and charts in accordance with HIPAA laws and regulations.
  • Released medical records, lab results, x-rays, etc., in compliance with HIPAA regulations
  • Observe patient's HIPAA rights by maintaining confidentiality of personal and financial information.
  • Follow all HIPAA guidelines in maintaining strict confidentiality, and patient rights.
  • Maintain the integrity of all issues related to confidentiality (HIPAA).
  • Prepare and clean patient rooms for sanitation and HIPAA ordinance.
  • Conform to all HIPAA regulations and maintain strict patient confidentiality.
  • Interacted with patients about testing results as to HIPAA protocol.
  • Adhere to HIPAA regulations and protect patients rights.
  • Followed HIPAA laws by keeping patient files confidential.
  • Follow HIPAA guidelines and safety rules.
  • Follow guidelines for HIPAA compliance.
  • Provided administrative assistance to trained medical staff where basic medical terminology, billing and coding, HIPAA requirements.
  • Start and accurately maintain electronic medical files, protecting sensitive information within HIPAA requirements.
  • Prepared for HIPAA and JCAHO reviews, ensuring required brochures and pamphlets were available to patients in all clinics.

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32. Greeting Patients
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Here's how Greeting Patients is used in Medical Assistant jobs:
  • Provided professional customer service by greeting patients/parents in polite, prompt, helpful manner and providing any necessary instructions or directions.
  • Front office duties included greeting patients, surgery scheduling and preparing required documents for surgery and insurance verification.
  • Provide excellent customer service in greeting patients and maintain front-desk general operations.
  • Welcome patients and visitors by greeting patients and visitors, in person or on the telephone; answering or referring inquiries.
  • Assisted in front desk operations by greeting patients, collecting co-pays, verifying insurance, scheduling appointments and expediting referrals.
  • Front office skills included greeting patients, verifying insurance, collecting co-payments, updating patient information and preparing charts.
  • Performed clinical duties such as greeting patients, collecting vitals and placing patients in rooms.
  • Front desk receptionist duties, greeting patients and ensuring their paperwork is completed properly.
  • Front Office Duties: Greeting patients, answering phone and helping schedule appointment.
  • Front Office Administration: answering phone calls, greeting patients, scheduling appointments.
  • Delivered exceptional service by greeting patients in a timely, and friendly manner.
  • Front Office- Greeting patients and dealing with face to face inquiries.
  • Assisted in activities such as answering telephones and greeting patients.
  • Worked front office greeting patients and scheduling.
  • Performed the task of greeting patients and checking in patients for appointments Handled in-patient and out-patient procedure appointments
  • Answer 2 line switchboard, used voice mail system, greeting patients, and set appointments.
  • Supported front desk including greeting patients, obtaining copayments, and answering of telephone.
  • Back Office Greeting patients Measuring and charting patients weight, temperature, pulse/respiration rate, blood pressure, blood glucose levels.
  • included greeting patients, preparing patients for M.D exam.
  • practice, Positively greeting patients in a professional manner verifying dob and last name.

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33. PFT
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Here's how PFT is used in Medical Assistant jobs:
  • Conducted EKG's, PFT's, Vision/Hearing Tests, Urinalysis.
  • Performed PFT'S gave allergy injections, maintained charts.
  • Completed Mayo Clinic PFT certified.
  • Perform drug screening, hearing test, PFT, breath alcohol test, fit test.
  • Perform vision, PFT, hearing, EKG, and bone mass testing.
  • Explained procedures, PFT, and peek flow tests.
  • Obtain Blood Draws *Administer Vaccines * EKG, PFT
  • Performed EKG's PFT's as needed.
  • Perform chest x-rays, urinalysis, stress test, EKG, PFT, pap smear and phlebotomy.
  • Prepare patients for examinations/treatments/minor surgery Record EKG and PFT, complete patient documentation & update files.
  • Performed physical examinations, drug screens, PFT's, Audiograms, and EKG's.
  • Traveled to companies for PFT Tested for respiratory clearance and blood lead testing.
  • Perform EKG's on patients Perform PFT testing on patients
  • Administered medications via nebulizer and execute spirometry pulmonary function testing (PFT) procedures.
  • Preformed procedure/services such as EKGs, PFTs, Rapid Strep tests, Urine dips etc.
  • Perform Phlebotomy, Urinalysis, EKG's, PFTs b/p, temperature, weight, height, neubulizer treatment on patients.
  • Performed diagnostic screenings such as EKG's, PFT's, spirometers, pulse oximeters, and visual acuity tests.
  • Perform Ekgs, PFTs and vena puncture.
  • Perform vital signs, venipuncture, stress tests, ABIs, PFTs, and EKGs.
  • Administer vital signs Patient assessment Injections/Venipuncture EKG's/PFT's Assistant physicians

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34. EHR
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Here's how EHR is used in Medical Assistant jobs:
  • Verify purpose of visit with the patient and record medical history in the Electronic Health Record system (EHR).
  • Compile and record medical charts, reports, or correspondence, using EHR system such as Practice Fusion.
  • Worked on Practice Fusion (EHR) and recorded vitals and past medical history.
  • Assist physicians with patient procedures and assist with Chart Abstraction into EHR.
  • Create forms and letters utilizing computers and software systems such as EHR.
  • Administer immunizations, document in EHR, and other electronic tracking systems.
  • Integrate and file medical records, reports in EHR/ EMR.
  • Documented patient information on DOC, EHR.
  • Disinfect rooms and key information into EHR.
  • Process and triage patients in EHR/EMR.
  • Obtain outside CD's and reports and scan them into EHR.
  • Schedule appointments, answer phones, EMR/EHR documentation Nextec, filing.
  • Assist the physician with physical exam by scribing within EHR.
  • Front Desk cordinator - schedule appointments via EHR system.
  • Create all patients charts using EHR ( Sunrise).
  • Front office included verifying insurance, Scheduling appointments, answering phones, following up with patients, EHR system trained.
  • Work on eMD EHR system and CPU billing system,etc.
  • Maintain and set up patient rooms Assist Doctor with procedures Call in scripts Complete patients messages CPSI/EHR
  • Scanned patient demographics and updated information Radiology orders Worked with eCW-EHR/EMR Removal of stitches and staples Prescription orders
  • Take patients vitals Front desk Taking calls / messages EHR Drawing blood if needed Helping doctors with procedures if needed

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35. Internal Medicine
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Here's how Internal Medicine is used in Medical Assistant jobs:
  • Worked with internal medicine physician and performed various medical office tasks.
  • Provide assistance for Cardiologist and Internal Medicine Physician.
  • Provided clinical support for internal medicine office.
  • Served as an assisting nurse for Adult Internal Medicine Specialist, Adult/Pediatric Sickle Cell Clinic, as well as ID clinic.
  • Help assist when other departments are short of help in; Internal Medicine, Orthopedics, Pediatrics, and/or Dermatology departments.
  • Performed front and back office duties to Internal Medicine, Adult primary, Pediatrics, Plastic Surgery, Orthopedics.
  • Assisted specialist such as Internal Medicine, Pain Management, Cardiologist, Podiatrist and GYN.
  • Provided excellent patient care for a busy, single physician Internal Medicine Practice.
  • Assist patients of internal medicine, family medicine, Mental behavioral Health.
  • Worked with physicians and residents to treat outpatient adult internal medicine patients.
  • Assisted Head of Internal Medicine with pediatric & internal patient care.
  • Front and Back office Assistant in an Internal Medicine Clinic.
  • Back Office Medical Assistant for an Internal Medicine clinic.
  • Worked for Internal Medicine with approx 12,000 patients.
  • Hired temporarily after completing an externship with General and Internal Medicine physicians.
  • Assisted physician with procedures, obtained chief complaints, triaged the patients in an Internal medicine practice.
  • Performed in a Clincal setting, with various medical disciplines, ranging from Internal Medicine to Neurology.
  • Serve as a key member of interdisciplinary healthcare team for a busy internal medicine practice.
  • Experience in Pediatrics, Internal Medicine,OB -GYN, other related fields.
  • Intern - Trainee) Internal Medicine * Assisted 45+ patients per day.

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36. Medical Equipment
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Here's how Medical Equipment is used in Medical Assistant jobs:
  • Monitor and conduct inventory on medical equipment and instruments for entire building.
  • Care for medical equipment and perform maintenance responsibilities.
  • Cleaned and sterilized medical equipment.
  • Support duties for diagnostic and technical treatment procedures, such as setting up and operating special medical equipment and apparatus.
  • Prepared patients to see the doctors, completed electronic medical record intake, gathered of medical equipment and supplies.
  • Order supplies and submit work orders for repairs of medical equipment and other issues within the Infirmary.
  • Fit patients with durable medical equipment including solid, hinged, and spiral AFO braces.
  • Explained and answered questions concerning prescriptions, medical equipment, and clinical office procedures.
  • Ordered patient medications and Durable Medical Equipment for Vital Care Patients.
  • Educate Parents and/or patient how to use medical equipment issued.
  • Transport medical equipment and materials from office to office.
  • Order and gathered of Medical equipment and supplies.
  • Inspected, sanitized, and repaired medical equipment.
  • Prepare medical equipment as directed by the physician.
  • Maintain all medical equipment within the office.
  • Maintain clinical medical equipment for use.
  • Stocked medical equipment Sterilized office equipment and assisted with X-rays
  • Assisted Doctor with procedures Dictation in charts Sterilized medical equipment
  • Handled medical equipment and instruments including Comedone extractor, large/small curette, Iris scissors and scalpel handle.
  • Assisted Doctor with procedures Read and recorded vital signs Sterilized medical equipment EMR Systems

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37. CPR
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Here's how CPR is used in Medical Assistant jobs:
  • Completed continuing education courses to maintain CPR certification while continually improving skills.
  • Required to maintain current Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) certification.
  • Certified in BLS (Basic Life Support) including CPR (Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation).
  • Trained in Prevention and Management of Aggressive Behavior, CPR and First Aid.
  • Maintained all confidential personnel files, license and CPR compliance records.
  • Certified in basic life support, including CPR.
  • Certified in CPR, MANDT, and Medication.
  • Received CPR and First Aid training.
  • Use of Microsoft works, ECW, Affinity, and QCPR software systems.
  • Certified in First Aid & CPR.
  • Used CPR and AED skills.
  • Received Certification CPR/First Aid and Medtox Drug Testing Certification.
  • Applied Microsoft word, outlook, powerpoint; and Excel; certified CPR; Bilingual English and Somali.
  • Assisted 20-25 patients per day: took blood pressure, and did phlebotomist, Performed EKG, CPR.
  • Prepared patients for doctor visit OSHA and CPR certified
  • Range of motion CPR certified 8.
  • Do perscprition refills along with any result phone calls .
  • Managed Care CPR certified EKG certified
  • Administer Meds, Transcribe and sign orders BP, FSBS, Dressing changes CPR and Temps
  • Skilled I'm EKG 12 lead, CPR, Soodu ,ABI.phelmbotomy.

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38. Hippa
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Here's how Hippa is used in Medical Assistant jobs:
  • Recorded patients' medical history, vital statistics and medication administration in medical records.followed, HIPPA guidelines.
  • Maintained patient confidentiality using HIPPA guidelines.
  • Assisted in emergency situations, translation (Spanish), training personnel, and complied with HIPPA and OSHA regulations.
  • Complied with operational procedures and requirements (such as HIPPA guidelines, CLIA regulations, and agency mandates).
  • Help implement practices quality assurance and control program efforts ensured compliance with HIPPA, CLIA, OSHA regulations.
  • Complied with HIPPA regulations to insure proper processes and record keeping of patient confidentiality forms.
  • Ensured the office was in compliance with HIPPA and OSHA regulations.
  • Entered patient data required by doctor and followed HIPPA Laws.
  • Trained in understanding HIPPA policies, handled highly confidential materials.
  • Followed guidelines for releasing patient information IAW HIPPA policy.
  • Follow HIPPA guidelines in all aspects of my job.
  • Perform in following the HIPPA/OSHA policy and guidelines.
  • Process legal documents to meet patient HIPPA compliance.
  • Maintained HIPPA standards while performing daily tasks.
  • Adhered to HIPPA and OSHA regulations.
  • Conform to all applicable HIPPA.
  • Maintained HIPPA compliances and follows all hospital policies and procedures.
  • Administer prescribed medicinal treatment and injections Stocking and accounting for pharmaceutical inventory Verbal and digital verification of medical insurances HIPPA compliant
  • Transfer patient records Hippa Training provide resources and patient information
  • Performed Vital Signs Knowledge on medical terminology Knowledge of HIPPA, OSHA and Safety procedures Medical Charting Medical Billing and coding

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39. Family Practice
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Here's how Family Practice is used in Medical Assistant jobs:
  • Provided excellent customer service at busy primary care family practice office.
  • Traveled between 8 facilities in the area of; walk-in clinic, Internal Medicine, Pediatrics and family Practice.
  • Assisted family practice with RX refills, nurse visits, triage calls, allergy injections and coverage during vacations.
  • Experience includes Family Practice, OB-GYN, ankle & foot clinic, holistic medicine clinic.
  • Worked in a Family Practice office starting as a triage nurse.
  • Assisted family practice provider with over twenty patients per day.
  • Provide assistance for Physician Assistant at a Family Practice Clinic.
  • Floated between Internal Medicine, Family Practice and Pediatrics.
  • Manage busy billing accounts for busy family practice.
  • Back Office CMA for a family practice clinic
  • Work a family practice assistant five providers.
  • Assisted four Doctors for a family practice.
  • Greeted patients into family practice office.
  • Have previously worked in Internal Medicine, Family Practice, Pediatrics, Gastroenterology, Orthopedic, Endocrinology and Dermatology.
  • worked in family practice setting and dermatology.
  • Started out as PRN staff member-worked for family practice and OB/Gyn as a Medical assistant, front desk and medical records.
  • Follow OSHA and HIPAA laws Family practice spanning infections, conditions, and diseases of all ages.
  • Assisted a family practice Physician as the back office medical assistant for a 2 month externship period.
  • Served as a team player in a multi-physician Family Practice.
  • Back office, Front office Administrative Vital Immunes Injections Urgent care Stress machine EKG, ECG Pediatrics Family practice

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40. Clia
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Here's how Clia is used in Medical Assistant jobs:
  • Performed all CLIA waived testing to include urinalysis, flu, strep, A1C, pregnancy test, Mono, electrocardiography.
  • Collected laboratory samples and performed lab testing in accordance with established policies and procedures as well as COLA and CLIA regulations.
  • Followed OSHA and CLIA Guidelines for Patient Safety, Staff Safety, Medical Records/Documentation, and Proper disposal of BIO/Sharps.
  • Ensured and enforced medical compliance with HIPPA, OSHA, AND CLIA regulations for maximum quality and control.
  • Worked with upper management to maintain CLIA compliance on refrigerator and freezer temperatures for vaccine storage.
  • Stock and clean exam rooms, and maintain CLIA laboratory standard practices, policies and procedures.
  • Perform CLIA waived tests such as strep, flu, mono, and pregnancy.
  • Maintained lab compliance and quality control for CLIA, HIPPA and OSHA standards.
  • Performed CLIA waived patient testing, preparation of stress testing, patient triage.
  • Order lab supplies, monitor autoclave and tester according to CLIA guidelines.
  • Performed varies CLIA-waived test as well as some more complex testing.
  • Performed CLIA POC testing as ordered by provider.
  • Administer CLIA drug screening for controlled medications.
  • Assisted with EKG's, CLIA testing, blood draws, surgical procedures, pap smears, and patient's needs.
  • Complied with HIPPA, OSHA and CLIA standards.
  • Performed EKG's, spirometry, CLIA waived testing, adult and pediatric immunizations, collected lab specimens and sterilized instruments.
  • Ensured compliance with HIPAA, CLIA and OSHA regulations, improved patient care satisfaction.
  • Performed EKGs, immunizations, CLIA-waived testing.
  • Checked and log refrigerator temperatures on a daily basis Maintained spore testing system, to ensure sterilization quality Ensures CLIA compliance.
  • Maintained records Immunizations Assisted with exams CLIA testing Scheduling

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41. RX
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Here's how RX is used in Medical Assistant jobs:
  • Answered phones, checking in and out patients, scheduling appointments, faxing Rx requests, filed charts.
  • Blood draws, RX call in, refills, order labs on request submit lab requisitions, asst.
  • Answer telephone, fax Rx request, Verify Rx request to pharmacy, get medication approval from insurance company
  • Answer nurse calls, call in prescription refills and E RX, schedule tests, and make referrals.
  • Carry out doctor orders, call-in Rx's, patient scheduling and making documentation of each action.
  • Operate Fax and Copy Machines daily, Call in Rx Refill Request, Chart Filing.
  • Call backs for both labs, procedure reports and RX refills.
  • Order RX, advise patients on results obtained by physician.
  • Initiate Rx refills with final sign off by NP/MD.
  • Call in prescriptions via phone and E-Rx.
  • Called in Rx's and insurance referrals.
  • Called or fax patient prescriptions Rx.
  • Call in RX to pharmacy.
  • Answer phones, send Rx to pharmacy.
  • Draw blood, Refill Rx for Dr.
  • Set up appointments/cancel appointments, collect copayments, Rx, refills/call in new prescriptions
  • Back office duties rx refills, immunizations,
  • Back office duties rooming patients, chart prep, rx refills, assisted md with procedures and authorizations
  • Autoclave * Stock room with medical equipment * Call in to pharmacy RX * File Medical forms with in Practice fusion.
  • Obtain prior-authorizations for Mri,ct scans,and Rx medications.

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42. UA
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Here's how UA is used in Medical Assistant jobs:
  • Provided high level administrative support to Manager of the Graduate Medical Education Department.
  • Implemented individualized treatment plans for patients.
  • Reacted calmly and effectively in emergency situations, and added the personal, caring touch that immediately put patients at ease.
  • Evaluated and properly documented patients medical history, care needs, prioritized treatment and maintained proper patient flow.
  • Refer clients to an appropriate provider regarding reactions to medications or crises for evaluation and intervention.
  • Assisted doctors in emergency situations, along with other general medical assistant duties.
  • Complete glucose, strep, pregnancy and UA point of care testing.
  • Create MAR for each inmate on medications and load each medication individually.
  • Maintain payroll and submitting time cards to headquarters before the deadline.
  • Evaluated patient upon request for gastrointestinal (GI) procedures.
  • Developed a new filing system and engage in continual maintenance.
  • Helped implement practice's quality assurance and control program.
  • Conducted visual field tests to measure field of vision.
  • Work closely with physicians to provide quality care.
  • Trained new staff on quality control procedures.
  • Oversee data quality management for clinical teams.
  • Pre-assessed walk-in clients and scheduled with appropriate clinician to evaluate client for substance/mental abuse.
  • Key Results: Maintained a reputation for quickly learning new procedures and continually improving performance.
  • Certificate of Recognition 5 years of service January, 2009 William Beaumont Hospital
  • Assist the Urologist with Cystoscopy, Post-Void Residual and Urodynamics.

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43. MRI
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Here's how MRI is used in Medical Assistant jobs:
  • Arrange hospital admissions and outside referrals/test (MRI, LABS) for patients as directed by the physician.
  • Prepared schedule for the medical doctor and confirmed MRI were on file before the patient saw the doctor.
  • Packaged specimens for lab analysis arranged ancillary services; physical therapy, MRI's and other imaging services.
  • Arranged prior authorization for CT, MRI and medications, follow-up with patients with lab/test results.
  • Scheduled and tracked appointments/ scheduled outside exams such as MRI's, CT scans, x-rays.
  • Employed by high demand radiology office, offering all services from X-Ray to MRI.
  • Schedule referral appointments, CT scans, MRI, X-rays and/or other procedures.
  • Arranged prior authorization for CT, MRI and scheduled procedures at off-site locations.
  • Scheduled MRI's, CT Scans as well as outpatient surgeries.
  • Request CT and MRI authorizations.
  • Performed various MRI CT scan.
  • Schedule U/S, Cat scan, MRI, mammograms.
  • Schedule and get prior authorizations for MRIs, Cat Scans and other tests with hospitals for patient testing.
  • Scheduled appointments for patients and informed patients about authorizing MRIs, CT scans, and sleep studies.
  • Assist in mammography, ultrasound, MRI and X ray.
  • Obtain prior authorization, schedule MRI,CT, etc.
  • Chart Prep Obtain MRI reports.
  • Reworked protocols for two sites in MRI and in CT ACR submission for CT/MRI image review and and protocol compliance for ACR
  • Research any prior patient treatment such as MRIs, CAT Scans, lab results .
  • Scheduled surgeries, pre-ops, MRIs, CTs, Lab and appointments.

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44. CPT
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Here's how CPT is used in Medical Assistant jobs:
  • Entered and verified abstract data elements for processing and coded records by following prescribed coding standards such as ICD-9 and CPT
  • Performed additional administrative skills such as answering phone calls, CPT coding, procedure authorizations, and customer service.
  • Front desk duties including; appointment scheduling, payment collection, medical billing, CPT coding, referrals.
  • Operated imaging equipment while procuring results, collected and prepared lab specimens utilizing CPT and ICD-9 coding.
  • Complete appropriate forms or requisitions needed for referrals or lab testing, including appropriate CPT/ICD-10 coding.
  • Insured all facility and provider billing has been submitted with the appropriate ICD-10 and CPT codes.
  • Well rounded with medical terminology, procedures and instruments as well as ICD9/CPT coding.
  • Accommodated doctor with patient diagnosis using ICD-9 and CPT codes in EPIC.
  • Entered diagnostic and CPT codes into records to maintain accurate patient charts.
  • Obtain insurance approvals and authorizations using appropriate ICD-9 and CPT codes.
  • Conducted prior authorizations, and entered CPT and ICD-9 codes.
  • Verify correct ICD-10 and CPT codes for a variety of specialties
  • Add CPT codes/ Procedure codes into patient's chart.
  • Have extensive knowledge of ICD-9 and CPT codes.
  • Research ICD- 9 and CPT codes for billing.
  • Performed laboratory test and entered data in computer system, Icd-9 codes and Cpt codes.
  • Experienced medical biller using ICD-9 and CPT coding.
  • Prepared and administerd injections and medications as directed by physician Proficient in ICD9/ICD10 and CPT coding.
  • Certified Phlebotomy Technician 1 License #CPT41212 California State License Exp.
  • Charge posting, cpt coding, icd coding, *

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45. Routine Laboratory Tests
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Here's how Routine Laboratory Tests is used in Medical Assistant jobs:
  • Perform routine CLIA waived laboratory tests/collects specimens for routine laboratory tests.
  • Administered injections and performed routine laboratory tests.
  • Performed routine laboratory tests and analysis.
  • Cleaned & sterilized instruments Performed routine laboratory tests such as Urinalysis, pregnancy, & strep tests Pulled & filed medical records
  • Performed routine laboratory tests, sample analyses, vital signs and test results in medical records.
  • Give treatments and performs routine laboratory tests as required by department.
  • Blood draws and routine laboratory tests ordered by the Physician.
  • Give injections or treatments and perform routine laboratory tests.
  • Perform routine laboratory tests and sample analyses.
  • Perform general office duties such as answering telephones, taking dictation and completing insurance forms Perform routine laboratory tests and sample analyses
  • Perform routine laboratory tests and work closely with the Laboratory department Inventory and order medical supplies and materials.
  • Conducted selected routine laboratory tests, performed phlebotomy, routine diagnostic test; administered selected medications/injections.
  • Give injections or treatments, and perform routine laboratory tests Key data into computer to maintain office and patient records.
  • Operate electrocardiograph (EKG), and other equipment Give injections or treatments, and perform routine laboratory tests.
  • Experience in performing x-rays on patients Gave injections and treatments and performed routine laboratory tests.
  • Performed phlebotomy, injections, vital signs, EKG, cultures and routine laboratory tests.
  • Conducted routine laboratory tests such as PT & INR for Glucose and Coumadin levels.
  • Perform EKGs, prepare patient for stress test * Perform routine laboratory tests and sample analysis.
  • Obtained Vitals, performed EKGs, Venipunctures, Routine laboratory tests, Pregnancy and Urinalysis testing.
  • Perform routine laboratory tests and sample analyses such as Trifecta, spirometry, ect.

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46. Pulse Rate
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Here's how Pulse Rate is used in Medical Assistant jobs:
  • Measure vital signs, such as pulse rate, temperature, blood pressure and record information on patients' charts.
  • Escort patients into the exam room, obtaining height, weight, and vitals including blood pressure and pulse rate.
  • Take patient histories and vital signs including pulse rate, temperature, blood pressure, weight, and height.
  • Measure and record vital signs for patients such as pulse rate, temperature, height, respiration and weight.
  • Measured vital signs such as, pulse rate, temperature, blood pressure, and performed routine laboratory test.
  • Take and record patient s blood pressure, pulse rate, weight, temperature, and respiration rate.
  • Preformed such duties as temperature, pulse rate, blood pressure, weight, height, etc.
  • Recorded vital signs including (height, weight, blood pressure, pulse rate, temperature).
  • Perform the routine work and examine the patients like check their pulse rate, blood pressure.
  • Performed vital signs including height, weight, blood pressure, pulse rate and respiratory rate.
  • Measured vital signs (pulse rate, temperature, blood pressure, weight and height).
  • Measure vital signs, such as pulse rate, temperature, and obtaining blood pressure.
  • Note down the blood pressure, pulse rate and temperature.
  • Applied skills measurement of vital signs, such as pulse rate, temperature, blood pressure, weight and height.
  • Salt Lake City, Utah Measured vital signs such as pulse rate, temperature, blood pressure height and weight.
  • Measured and recorded vital signs, blood pressure, weight and pulse rate performed venipuncture on adults.
  • pulse rate, temperature, respiration, blood pressure, weight and pain measurement.
  • pulse rate, temperature, blood pressure etc.
  • Monitored pulse rates, temperatures and respirations.
  • Checked Vital signs; blood pressure, temperature, pulse rate, oxygen saturations, respirations.

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47. Icd-9
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Here's how Icd-9 is used in Medical Assistant jobs:
  • Handled all laboratory paperwork including ICD-9 coding.
  • Collected blood, tissue or other laboratory specimens and prepare them for testing, also billed insurance with proper ICD-9 coding.
  • Entered ICD-9 codes for charges, coordinated patient assignment of rooms, assisted nurses with Medical Assistant duties when needed.
  • Assisted in records management, insurance billing, and encoding (ICD-9 codes and CPT codes).
  • Close charts under physician supervision, ICD-9, laboratory data and EHR Modules to assure proper compliance.
  • Experienced in administering Ultra Sounds, Fetal Monitoring, and ICD-9 Codes.
  • Provided support to the Billing/Coding Specialist by performing basic CPT and ICD-9 coding
  • Researched CPT and ICD-9 coding discrepancies for compliance and reimbursement accuracy.
  • Posted billing and payments on patient accounts using ICD-9 codes.
  • Verified patient insurance and completed billing and coding using ICD-9.
  • Well versed in CPT and ICD-9 coding for surgical billing.
  • Follow HIPAA guidelines, and knowledge of ICD-9 codes.
  • Prepared insurance forms using ICD-9 and CPT-4 coding.
  • Applied knowledge of coding systems, including ICD-9-CM.
  • Inputted ICD-9 codes into the system for billing.
  • Entered patient charges, ICD-9, CPT-4 & EM coding.
  • Perform front and back office duties including registering patients, scheduling, ICD-9 and CPT-4 coding, HMO referrals and preauthorizations.
  • Front office skills: - Applying ICD-9 and CPT codes to insure patient treatment accuracy and insurance treatment reimbursement.
  • Trained in Medisoft, ICD-9 coding, account collections, transcription, and data entry.
  • Pivot, and Athena, Microsoft Programs Knowledge of ICD-9 and ICD-10 codes

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20 Most Common Skills For A Medical Assistant

Office Supplies

12.7%

Medical Records

11.0%

Patient Care

10.6%

Vital Signs

9.4%

EKG

7.3%

Exam Rooms

6.5%

Scheduling Appointments

5.7%

Laboratory Specimens

4.7%

Phlebotomy

3.6%

Blood Pressure

3.5%

Triage

3.2%

Insurance Companies

3.2%

Referrals

3.2%

Front Desk

2.9%

Urinalysis

2.7%

Test Cases

2.2%

Back Office

2.1%

Filling Prescriptions

2.0%

Venipuncture

1.8%

Phone Calls

1.8%
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Typical Skill-Sets Required For A Medical Assistant

Rank Skill
1 Office Supplies 10.9%
2 Medical Records 9.4%
3 Patient Care 9.1%
4 Vital Signs 8.1%
5 EKG 6.2%
6 Exam Rooms 5.6%
7 Scheduling Appointments 4.9%
8 Laboratory Specimens 4.0%
9 Phlebotomy 3.1%
10 Blood Pressure 3.0%
11 Triage 2.8%
12 Insurance Companies 2.8%
13 Referrals 2.7%
14 Front Desk 2.5%
15 Urinalysis 2.3%
16 Test Cases 1.9%
17 Back Office 1.8%
18 Filling Prescriptions 1.7%
19 Venipuncture 1.6%
20 Phone Calls 1.5%
21 Data Entry 1.2%
22 Customer Service 1.1%
23 Administer Medications 1.0%
24 Surgical Procedures 0.8%
25 Sterilize Instruments 0.7%
26 Treatment Procedures 0.7%
27 Osha 0.6%
28 PAP Smears 0.6%
29 Externship 0.6%
30 Suture Removal 0.5%
31 Hipaa 0.5%
32 Greeting Patients 0.5%
33 PFT 0.4%
34 EHR 0.4%
35 Internal Medicine 0.4%
36 Medical Equipment 0.4%
37 CPR 0.4%
38 Hippa 0.4%
39 Family Practice 0.3%
40 Clia 0.3%
41 RX 0.3%
42 UA 0.3%
43 MRI 0.3%
44 CPT 0.3%
45 Routine Laboratory Tests 0.3%
46 Pulse Rate 0.3%
47 Icd-9 0.3%
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