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Top 37 Medical Office Assistant Skills

Below we've compiled a list of the most important skills for a Medical Office Assistant. We ranked the top skills based on the percentage of Medical Office Assistant resumes they appeared on. For example, 17.0% of Medical Office Assistant resumes contained Medical Records as a skill. Let's find out what skills a Medical Office Assistant actually needs in order to be successful in the workplace.

These Are The Most Important Skills For A Medical Office Assistant

1. Medical Records
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Here's how Medical Records is used in Medical Office Assistant jobs:
  • Secure patient information and maintain patient confidence by completing and safeguarding medical records.
  • Input Medical Records electronically as well as maintained an organized paper filing system.
  • Maintained and updated confidential charts and medical records.
  • Received and processed medical records requests.
  • Reconcile medical records then file accordingly.
  • Scheduled appointments, managed bill payments, managed x-ray, and other medical records, and completed insurance forms.
  • Record patients' medical history, vital statistics, or information such as test results in medical records.
  • Requested and secured confidential files, medical records to ensure the patient privacy was protected.
  • Transcribe recorded messages or practitioners' diagnoses or recommendations into patients' medical records.
  • Performed meticulous record keeping of all medical records pertaining to the practice.
  • Transmit correspondence or medical records by mail, e-mail, or fax.
  • Requested and reviewed patient medical records prior to their scheduled appointment.
  • Processed documents to be placed in patient's medical records.
  • Maintain medical records, technical library, or correspondence files.
  • Processed medical records requests from insurance companies per HIPAA compliance.
  • Coordinated medical records for physicians, carriers and attorneys.
  • Call in prescriptions and transcribe medical records.
  • Maintain confidentiality of patient information including medical records (according to HIPAA, client, and company guidelines).
  • Provided medical records information by answering questions and requests of patients, insurance companies, PCP and government agencies.
  • Obtain and record patient vital sign, medical history and test results in medical records..

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2. Patient Care
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Here's how Patient Care is used in Medical Office Assistant jobs:
  • Trained incoming personnel on office procedures, medical guidelines and regulations pertaining to patient care.
  • Assisted with patient care under direction and supervision of physicians and other authoritative personnel.
  • Perform all clinical and clerical duties not limited to direct patient care, front desk, insurance verification, referrals.
  • Assisted with in office procedures, performed basic diagnostic procedures and specimen collection and documented patient care given.
  • Back office duties, injections, blood draws, patient care, assisted Dr. in office procedures.
  • Oversee patient care with physicians, medical employees and referral groups and ensure continuity of care.
  • Maintain provider's appointment schedule and template to ensure clinic was properly staffed for patient care.
  • Commended for clinical skills and patient care; earning 2nd employee of the month award.
  • Administered patient care; transfer of patients (Hospital, Nursing Homes, etc.)
  • Provide and coordinate patient care with the physician, utilizing and electronic medical record.
  • Evaluated patient care needs, prioritized treatment, and maintained patient flow.
  • Maintained accurate records of patient care, condition, progress and concerns.
  • Assisted physicians in the evaluation and delivery of patient care.
  • Pull charts for providers to assist in patient care.
  • Assisted WIC nutritionist with monthly reports and patient care.
  • Provide high level of clinical assessment and patient care.
  • Assist Physician with patient care as needed.
  • Update and input current patient and insurance information into EMR system Assist nurses and physicians with performing excellent patient care.
  • Assist four MDs as well as PA in ensuring optimal patient care and smooth daily functioning of office.
  • Assisted with patient care and procedures.Scheduled all procedures and follow up phone calls to patients and pharmacies.

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3. Insurance Companies
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Here's how Insurance Companies is used in Medical Office Assistant jobs:
  • Coordinated with insurance companies concerning approval for patient medical test and surgical procedures.
  • Maintained correspondence with patients and insurance companies.
  • Maintain a professional working atmosphere at all times and act as a liaison between patients, insurance companies and the office.
  • Increased referrals from insurance companies based on an earned reputation for fairness and responsive, cost-effective care.
  • Coordinated with a variety of health insurance companies in order to understand and communicate benefits to patients.
  • Processed daily patient's billing statements, post transactions, contact insurance companies to verify eligibility.
  • Ordered Contact Lenses for patients and call the insurance companies to verify patient's eligibility.
  • Research accounts receivable and consult with insurance companies to institute settlement of accounts.
  • Filed, faxed, and copied correspondence received from various medical insurance companies.
  • Submitted claims and followed up accordingly with insurance companies.
  • Obtain authorization from insurance companies for patient treatment.
  • Post payments received from medical insurance companies.
  • Interacted and dealt with insurance companies.
  • Used coded data (ICD 9, ICD 10) to produce and submit claims to insurance companies.
  • Requested and received pre-authorizations from various insurance companies to determine their financial obligation for service rendered by the doctor or hospital.
  • Communicated with insurance companies to verify billing, benefits, and pre-authorizations for patients.
  • Request verification from insurance companies and other related paperwork from providers telephonically/electronically.
  • Collected all monies owed, either from patients or insurance companies, copays, past-due amounts.
  • Obtained pre-certification information from various insurance companies and drew up contracts for payment in billing office.
  • Contacted insurance companies for prior authorization for necessary tests,and or procedures at hospital.

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4. Referrals
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Here's how Referrals is used in Medical Office Assistant jobs:
  • Execute referrals and obtain mandated prior authorizations for specialty care.
  • Generate referrals and prior authorizations.
  • Requested and received referrals from Primary Health Care Physician in order that patients could be seen by the attending specialist.
  • Verify insurance deductibles, patients check in, set up new appointments, referrals and other office duties.
  • Executed front office duties, such as scanning, faxing, writing referrals, and providing prior authorization
  • Obtain referrals and prior authorizations for office visits, radiology testing, and surgical procedures.
  • Check out desk included Taking CO-pay, pulling charts, checking referrals, filing charts.
  • Assisted Intake staff with incoming calls, referrals, and assignment tasks.
  • Communicated with other offices and personnel for patient care and referrals.
  • Distributed and accepted referrals as needed per patients' insurance.
  • Managed patient referrals, tests, prescriptions and appointments.
  • Input of referrals/patient information in system EMR.
  • Obtain referrals from primary care physician.
  • Schedule patient appointments and referrals.
  • Obtained referrals and precertification for outpatient procedures.
  • Schedule and confirmed appointments, issued Referrals, verified insurance, medical transcription, medical billing and coding.
  • Scheduled referrals accordingly * Verified and pre-authorized procedures.
  • Check in, Check out Schedule appointments, Obtain prior authorization Precertification and referrals
  • Transcribe physician notes Charge posting Insurance follow up Referrals/Prior Authorizations Medication management Scheduling Data entry
  • Front Desk Reception Triaging Insurance Verifications, Referrals Appointment Scheduling, Update Patient data in Meditech and Allscript

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5. Vital Signs
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Here's how Vital Signs is used in Medical Office Assistant jobs:
  • Check patients in, take vital signs and weigh also did some insurance coding and billing.
  • Assigned patients to rooms and recorded height, weight, vital signs, and chief complaints.
  • Interview patients to obtain medical information and measure their vital signs, weight, and height.
  • Prepared patients for exams took medical histories and vital signs and assisted during exams.
  • Assist physician with patient vital signs, patient examinations, diagnostic and laboratory testing.
  • Take appropriate vital signs and record in medical record, set up exam room.
  • Check patients vital signs and document issue that brought patient to the office.
  • Interview patients, measure vital signs and record information in patients' charts.
  • Facilitated physicians and nurse practitioners in back office duties, vital signs.
  • Obtained patients vital signs, gave shots, and drew blood.
  • Monitored vital signs, collect patient specimens and data.
  • Conducted interviews with patients and took vital signs.
  • Charted patient demographics and record vital signs.
  • Maintained medical records, perform vital signs.
  • Recorded initial patient history and vital signs.
  • Obtained and recorded vital signs.
  • Take and Record Vital Signs.
  • performed clinical skills including: vision screenings, vital signs, adult immunizations and enter into G.R.I.T.S.
  • Managed front office for a General Surgeon/Primary Care Physician Including all vital signs.
  • Collected height, weight, and vital signs for physician Child Care Provider

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6. Office Supplies
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Here's how Office Supplies is used in Medical Office Assistant jobs:
  • Transcribed/Updated patient chart information via Care360 EMR system, Scheduled/Followed up appointments, Ordered office supplies, Obtained patient vital signs.
  • Maintained office supplies and may assist in maintaining medical supply inventory for the department.
  • Ordered office supplies to insure stock was always adequate for clinic needs.
  • Tracked inventory of medical and office supplies and ordered supplied as needed.
  • Inventory and order medical, lab, or office supplies and equipment.
  • Liaised with vendors to order and maintain inventory of office supplies.
  • Coordinated inventory orders, and ordered and maintained office supplies.
  • Order Office Max orders through Office Depot for office supplies.
  • Maintained forms and office supplies required for front desk activities.
  • Stocked and ordered office supplies and sterilized instruments.
  • Deliver, replenish and prepare office supplies daily.
  • Ensured the accuracy of medical and office supplies.
  • Maintain office machines and procure office supplies.
  • Managed inventory of office supplies and materials.
  • Ordered and inventory office supplies monthly.
  • Keep medical office supplies adequately stocked, place orders thru Staples.
  • Ordered all office supplies, and in office injectable medication.
  • Order office supplies and medical equidment.ICD-9-cm coding.
  • Helped Receptionist as needed, filing, copying, assisted in answering calls.Ordered medication and office supplies.
  • Schedule patient appointment Insurance verification Communicate new procedures and insurance updates to all associates Maintained Inventory of office supplies

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7. Front Desk
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Here's how Front Desk is used in Medical Office Assistant jobs:
  • Manage a family medical front desk in areas of manual and computerized scheduling, billing, and medical/insurance records management.
  • Assisted with interviewing and training all front desk clerks for front office and new billing clerks for billing department.
  • Provide excellent customer service while speaking on the phone or at the front desk.
  • Managed the front desk, greeted patients, scheduled appointments, etc.
  • Check in patients at front desk Make follow-up appointments at exit desk.
  • Front desk duties included patient registration and collection of all insurance information.
  • Trained new MOA's on proper front desk policies and procedures.
  • Assisted with front desk staff with the flow of patient registration.
  • Front desk reception, scheduling patients and procedures, and filing.
  • Completed all clerical functions of the front desk/checked patients in/out.
  • Front desk receptionist, copied, faxed, operated phones.
  • Answer phones and assist patients at front desk.
  • Front desk check-in, checkout & co-pays.
  • Assisted with all front desk duties.
  • Check the patients out, collect copays, schedule appointments; answer phones also cover the front desk if needed.
  • Managed the front desk at a multispecialty practice including internal medicine, pediatrics, and gynecology.
  • Trained new hires in front desk proceedures Prepared treatment rooms for examination of patients.
  • Managed front desk Triage patients Filed and retrieved medical reports Called-in prescription Scheduled appointments Billing and coding
  • Front Desk and Records *Check-in *Insurance verification *Record & X-ray release *Prepare charts for upcoming appointments *Convert patient files to paperless database
  • Check in patients at front desk Answering the phone Scheduling patients for appointment Process insurance payments Operate computer Compiling medical records

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8. Phone Calls
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Here's how Phone Calls is used in Medical Office Assistant jobs:
  • Answer phone calls relating to the center and directing the phone call, taking frequent messages, managing phone data directory.
  • Completed day to day administrative task, such as answering direct phone calls, schedule patients appointments and file patient files
  • Answered 90% of phone calls in fewer than 30 seconds which resulted in 10% higher performance than expected.
  • Performed administrative duties such as medical record data entry, filing, answered and screened incoming telephone calls.
  • Handle and answering external as well as internal phone calls and transferring calls to the appropriate departments.
  • Provided clerical duties in a medical office, including phone calls, scheduling and filing.
  • Scheduled appointments to guarantee patients are seen as needed and answered phone calls.
  • Handled telephone calls, took accurate messages, and routed them accordingly.
  • Complete outgoing phone calls to patients and doctor offices regarding prescriptions.
  • Placed and Answered phone calls; to and from patients.
  • Complete follow up telephone calls to pharmacies and patients.
  • Provided phone calls to patients regarding appointments.
  • Make phone calls to verify insurance information.
  • Answered and directed phone calls and inquiries.
  • Maintained filing and answering phone calls.
  • Received and screened telephone calls.
  • Answered and screened telephone calls.
  • Answer several hundred multi-line phone calls daily, schedule, cancel, and confirm patient appointments.
  • Answer phone calls Register patients: Check in/check out Verify insurance and issued referrals.
  • Greet patients Verify insurance Schedule appointments Answer telephone calls File charts Balance currency

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9. Exam Rooms
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Here's how Exam Rooms is used in Medical Office Assistant jobs:
  • Assisted doctor, physician, and physician assistant by prepping and cleaning all exam rooms before and after each patient visit.
  • Assign patients to exam rooms and collect vitals and background information prior to seeing the doctor.
  • Ensured the cleanliness, sanitation and maintenance of all facilities, exam rooms and equipment.
  • Escorted patients into exam rooms and ASC for procedures and prepared them for physicians.
  • Obtained vitals, prepared exam rooms and performed screenings ordered by Physician.
  • Signed in and registered arriving patients and escorted them to exam rooms.
  • Conducted x-rays, checked patients in and out of exam rooms.
  • Prepared exam rooms for procedures including setting up sterile trays.
  • Maintained exam rooms, supplies, and medication samples.
  • Set up exam rooms with supplies and educational tools.
  • Stocked exam rooms with necessary supplies as needed.
  • Assisted physician and physician assistant in exam rooms.
  • Straighten and help clean exam rooms.
  • Cleaned exam rooms and collected specimen.
  • Clean and stock exam rooms.
  • Prepped and cleaned exam rooms.
  • Disinfected exam rooms and equipment.
  • Set up, maintain, and clean exam rooms Perform HIV and STD testing and short term counseling.
  • Cleaned and stocked exam rooms, drew up needles of lidocaine with epinephrine and filled liquid nitrogen canisters.
  • Administer blood draws as needed Stock and clean exam rooms.

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10. EKG
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Here's how EKG is used in Medical Office Assistant jobs:
  • Give allergy injection, remove IV, EMR experience, EKG's, Make Appointment, answering phones, referrals.
  • Operate x-ray, electrocardiogram (EKG), or other equipment to administer routine diagnostic tests.
  • Called in prescriptions to pharmacies, performed EKG's and ABI's occasionally.
  • Performed EKG's, Pulmonary Function testing, drug-screen and e-screen testing.
  • Operate medical equipment such as EKG machines to assist the doctor.
  • Perform EKG, lab functions and well baby checks.
  • Perform and record EKG's, ENG, VAT AND PFT's and pulmonary stress testing on patients.
  • Assisted in medical procedures, phlebotomy, patient's vital signs, EKG, pulmonary function testing, and administering injections.
  • Performed back office skills including: patient care, vital signs, EKG's, venipuncture, labs and injections.
  • Performed phlebotomy procedures, obtained vitals, EKG readings, and urine samples.
  • Performed bone density scans, whole body scans, ABI testing and EKGs.
  • Provided clinical support with measuring vitals, and performing EKGs.
  • Triaged patients, perform EKG's and transport Patients.
  • Draw blood, draw up injections, ekg's.
  • Obtain EKG readings for analysis Perform Venipunctures for laboratory testing.
  • Performed EKG, and PFT testing * Scheduled patients for testing appointments * Referral of patients to Hospice when appropriate.
  • Performed procedures and uses equipment, including blood draws, vaccines, EKGs, and spirometer.
  • Ordered and read lab tests, x-rays, MRIs, Ultrasounds, and EKGs.
  • Performed EKGs, xrays, and obtained specimens for blood tests.
  • Preformed EKGS, injections, X-Rays,cast applications,and removal,urinalysis, and cultures.Assisted physican with all procedures.

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11. Data Entry
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Here's how Data Entry is used in Medical Office Assistant jobs:
  • Received, processed and filed internal paperwork, including data entry and basic data manipulation services where required.
  • Scheduled appointments, Data Entry, transported residents to medical appointments
  • Executed daily operations of data entry.
  • Service Learning Experience/Volunteer, October 2012 - Present Updated Clinical Care Manual & Mailing Lists Data Entry Logged Volunteer Services Calendar
  • Assisted in all areas of administrative work including data entry, receptionist duties, file organization, research and development.
  • Scan medical files into system, transfer patient files, fax, call patients for appointment reminders, data entry
  • Provided medical staff with assistance, including translation, obtaining records, data entry and multiple phone lines.
  • Performed general office duties, such as answering telephones, filing, and data entry.
  • Charge and Payment data entry with daily balancing of accounts receivable and accounts payable.
  • Performed data entry into system to verify that claims and payments were posted correctly.
  • Perform data entry of patient demographics, referrals and billing information.
  • Experienced in data entry, filing, and basic computer skills.
  • Filed documents, performed data entry and maintained phone lines.
  • Arranged data entry, referrals, and payment processing.
  • Provided data entry and other clerical type services.
  • Handle various data entry tasks.
  • Greeted patients, answered phone lines, insurance verifications, scheduling, data entry, general office duties.
  • Trained in E-Clinical works software, Microsoft Word Performed data entry for 100+ documents daily
  • Answer multi-line phones, data entry, filing, keeping charts up to date.
  • Answer multi-line phones, data entry.

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12. Customer Service
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Here's how Customer Service is used in Medical Office Assistant jobs:
  • Provided quality customer service internally and externally.
  • Provided quality customer service to patients.
  • Provide great customer service; maintain a friendly and welcoming environment for all patient, family members and visitors.
  • Served as a customer service advocate to all patients, staff, and physicians in GI department.
  • Provide exceptional customer service, including telephone etiquette, process insurance updates and conduct patient check in/out.
  • Answered incoming calls from patients and physicians while ensuring a high level of customer service.
  • Greet patients, provide customer service, answer general questions, and receive patient payments.
  • Resolved customer services concerns, compiled patient statistics, reports, and maintained all files.
  • Embraced additional duties, including ordering supplies, and resolving customer service issues.
  • Provided great customer service and problem solving resolutions, while answering the phone.
  • Respond promptly to customer needs; provide excellent customer service.
  • Utilized customer service skills, organization skills and patience.
  • Provided efficient customer service to clients.
  • Express excellent customer service towards patients.
  • Provide excellent customer service,oftentimes in extremely stressful situations.
  • Scheduled appointments, customer service, answered phone, filing, faxing, chart maintaing
  • Provided remarkable customer service through phone and media interactions as well as onsite visits.
  • Provided customer service and kept track of patients Maintained orderly appearance of the home Received phone calls and recorded messages
  • staff to ensure the office operates in an efficient manner and the patients receive high quality customer service.
  • Scheduled appointments/ vital signs/ blood work Customer service, problem solving Copies, faxes, imput data Medical billing/ payments

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13. Triage
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Here's how Triage is used in Medical Office Assistant jobs:
  • Escalate calls to Physicians/practice manager/triage nurse.
  • Assist provider with in office procedures, post op and wound treatments, patient vitals and medication refills, phone triage.
  • Back Office: Manage patient flow, triage patients, and obtain medical histories and chief complaints.
  • Assist with reception including: appointment scheduling, phone triage and filing charts.
  • Receive and designate incoming calls, as well as triage patients accordingly.
  • Manage several doctors incoming and outgoing triage phone calls.
  • Answer phones and triage calls according to office protocol.
  • Provide help to triage and referral when needed.
  • Handled triage calls from patients.
  • Received and triage phone calls.
  • Triaged patients, scheduled/ confirmed appointments, greeted patients, escorted to room, and check eligibility for health care.
  • Answered multiple phone lines, ran office equipment, filing, copy machine, fax machine Triage calls per protocol.
  • Operated the triage section to include collecting vital signs and glucometer readings (blood glucose level readings).
  • Triaged patients prior to visit and prioritized them based on condition.
  • Received, triaged phone calls and visitors to the office.
  • Perform vitals, vaccinations, referrals, and triages.
  • Triaged children in the Urgent Care Center.
  • Triaged medical and emergency patient calls.
  • Call the patients to reminded appointments Clinical duties: Triage patient.
  • Coordinated and triaged patients Assisted physicians with patients and procedures Sterilized instruments and performed blood work Followed up patient visits with physicians

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14. Blood Pressure
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Here's how Blood Pressure is used in Medical Office Assistant jobs:
  • Collect demographic and clinical patient information including height, weight, blood pressure, pulse, ROS and medical history.
  • Measured vital signs, such as pulse rate, temperature, blood pressure, height and weight.
  • Provide physician support by checking height, weight, pulse, blood pressure and patient s temperature.
  • Prepare patients for medical examination which includes obtaining weight, blood pressure, and processing urine samples.
  • Prepare patients for examination by performing preliminary physical test, taking blood pressure, weight and temperature.
  • Provide telephone services, work triage department such as vitals signs, height and blood pressure.
  • Enter to update blood pressure readings, patient name and age into Infinity EMR software system.
  • Take temperature, pulse, blood pressure & other vital signs to detect deviations from normal.
  • Perform and document vitals on patients to include: weight, blood pressure and pulse.
  • Recorded medical history, prepared patients for examination by taking blood pressure and weight.
  • Provided care to patients, gave injections, took blood pressures, etc.
  • Monitored vital signs, such as blood pressure and pulse.
  • Checked and chart temperatures, pulse, and blood pressure is done while providing pre-and postoperative care of patients.
  • Obtained patient's vital signs like temperature, pulse, respirations, blood pressure, weight, and height.
  • Interviewed patients and measure vital signs, including weight, blood pressure, BMI, and body mass analysis.
  • Administered patient's vital signs including weight, height, blood pressure, pulse and respirations.
  • blood pressure, temperature, weight and pulse.
  • Nurse schedule includes; blood pressure checks, ECGs, cardiac monitor hook-ups, and Coumadin checks.
  • Do drug agreement contracts * Experienced with allscripts, electronic health records, injections, blood pressures.
  • Prioritized treatment and maintained patient flow.Took and recorded patients' temperature, pulse and blood pressure.

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15. Phlebotomy
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Here's how Phlebotomy is used in Medical Office Assistant jobs:
  • Performed phlebotomy and other specimen collecting when indicated.
  • Performed phlebotomy and intravenous infusion therapy.
  • Performed electrocardiograms, gave injections, phlebotomy, scheduled appointments, took x-rays, and assisted with minor surgical procedures.
  • Collected patient blood samples in a safe, sanitary manner for diagnostic testing as a phlebotomy technician.
  • Ensured all phlebotomy specimens were collected accurately, on time, and according to procedure.
  • Provided patient care during procedures such as phlebotomy, lumbar punctures and bone marrow biopsy.
  • Perform clinical duties to include phlebotomy, vitals, and collecting cultures for labs.
  • Recorded initial history, noted vital signs, and performed phlebotomy and laboratory tests.
  • Obtained vital signs, obtain specimens, phlebotomy, and performed EKG's.
  • Direct patient care and phlebotomy for on site lab.
  • Performed phlebotomy tasks and assisted with Bone Marrow procedures.
  • Take patients vitals, do phlebotomy.
  • Performed phlebotomy and EKG's.
  • Assisted patients with examinations, documented immunizations, tested results and conducted phlebotomy.
  • Greet and register patients Laboratory assistant, Phlebotomy, Urinalysis and Perform Physicals.
  • Performed the following tasks: checked vital signs, EKGs, specimen collections, injections, urinalysis, and phlebotomy.
  • Maintained a fast pace of patients of 50 or more in a lab setting of phlebotomy. "
  • Obtained vital sign, performed phlebotomy, injections, glucose checks & nebulizer treatments.
  • Performed Phlebotomy, EKG, Spirometry, Bone density, and Urinalysis.
  • Performed phlebotomy Ran daily controls on all Hemocues and Siemens DCA 2000 Assisted in medical records as needed Performed instrument sterilization

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17. Scheduling Appointments
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Here's how Scheduling Appointments is used in Medical Office Assistant jobs:
  • Provide front and back office support for a pediatrician office, including scheduling appointments, billing, answering telephones, filling.
  • Optimized patients' satisfaction, provider time, and treatment room utilization by scheduling appointments in person or by telephone.
  • Provide customer service to all patients by scheduling appointments, checking in/out, taking payments and handling medical records.
  • Skilled in managing front office functions customer service, scheduling appointments, verifying insurances and account billing inquiries.
  • Front office checking patients in and out, filing, medical records using EDI, Scheduling appointments.
  • Perform general office duties, such as answering phones, scheduling appointments, or completing insurance forms.
  • Serve patients by greeting, helping them into rooms, scheduling appointments and follow up appointments.
  • Front and back office responsibilities such as scheduling appointments, transcribing patient notes and test results.
  • Front office duties, clearing prescription line, confirming and scheduling appointments, collecting co-pays.
  • Front office duties include filing and scheduling appointments.
  • Assist in scheduling appointments and arrange hospital admissions.
  • Assisted patients with scheduling appointments.
  • Operate telephone switchboard to answer, screen, or forward calls, providing information, taking messages, or scheduling appointments.
  • Carmine Mastrolia, MD Responsible for duties such as scheduling appointments, receiving payments, and managing patient accounts.
  • work, assisted in scheduling appointments, greeted visitors and helped with the patient's charts.
  • Front desk which included checking patients in and out, collecting copays and scheduling appointments.
  • Answer phones; enter data, scheduling appointments, And process registration.
  • Assist front office by answering phones scheduling appointments, copying, faxing.
  • Shadow Scheduling appointments/communication with patients Analysis of patient charts during transition from paper to EMR
  • Answered phone calls and helped scheduling appointments Helped with data entry and organized paper works Helped with all type of office payments

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Here's how Hipaa is used in Medical Office Assistant jobs:
  • Collect personal and medical information from patients while maintaining confidentiality as required by HIPAA regulations.
  • Use EMR software to manage patient records and files; reinforce and uphold patient confidentiality as required by HIPAA and practice.
  • Process insurance information/cards, consent forms, and other confidential patient financial data while maintaining HIPAA laws.
  • Changed privacy HIPAA filed to reflect the date information was updated or new patient paperwork was completed.
  • Created documents requested by doctors and faxing them to other medical offices under HIPAA law.
  • Analyze and update medical records for completeness, consistency and compliance under HIPAA regulations.
  • Perform all functions while maintaining confidentiality of patients in accordance with HIPAA guidelines.
  • Complied with HIPAA laws and regulations while handling patient's confidential health records
  • Enforced HIPAA Privacy and Policies, Assisted in training of new employees.
  • Complied with HIPAA standards in all patient documentation and interactions.
  • Maintain patient confidentiality and adhered to the HIPAA guidelines.
  • Adhered to office policies and HIPAA.
  • Demonstrated knowledge of HIPAA Privacy and Security Regulations by appropriately handling patient information.
  • Maintain strictest confidentiality and adhere to all HIPAA guidelines/regulations.
  • Maintained confidential clinical recordkeeping in compliance with HIPAA.
  • Updated the Cerner system with patient demographics, insurance information, and HIPAA status.
  • Maintain strict HIPAA compliance and provide extensive office/ personnel support in all daily functions.
  • Followed hipaa guidelines, maintained strict confidentiality and patient's rights.
  • Prepared for HIPAA and JCAHO reviews, ensuring required brochures and pamphlets were available to patients in all clinics.
  • Verified patient insurance information Interpret patient charts for CPT-4/ICD9 coding Maintained accounts payable and receivable Abided by HIPAA regulations

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19. Greeting Patients
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Here's how Greeting Patients is used in Medical Office Assistant jobs:
  • Record filing, Greeting patients, Answer telephones, take messages, process payments, schedule patient procedures, prior authorizations.
  • Welcome patients and visitors by greeting patients and visitors, in person or on the telephone; answering or referring inquiries.
  • Perform general office duties, such as greeting patients, answering telephones, taking dictation, or completing insurance forms.
  • Position Summary: Provided support for front and back office, including greeting patients assisting with maintaining patient flow.
  • Perform medical administrative duties such as filing, faxing, appointment scheduling, answering phones and greeting patients.
  • Performed various receptionist duties such as answering phone calls, setting up appointments and greeting patients and clients.
  • Acted as a receptionist by professionally greeting patients, answering phones, and routing calls to proper extensions.
  • Assisted with patient services by rendering injections, checking vital signs, greeting patients and their guest.
  • Managed the reception area, including greeting patients and responding to telephone and in-person requests for information.
  • Front Office skills: greeting patients, urgent care check-in, check-out and out-of-pocket payments.
  • Provide high quality services by attentively greeting patients and preparing them for their visit.
  • Performed general office duties including greeting patients, typing and sending fax.
  • Performed routine medical office duties such as greeting patients and agency visitors.
  • Assisted secretary with greeting patients.
  • Staffed Front desk, including greeting patients,answering phones, faxing an filing.
  • Chart documentation -Appointment scheduling -Greeting patients -Patient triage for referrals and insurance verification
  • Scheduled Appointments Answered Phone Faxed Documents Organized Medical records Greeting Patients.
  • Performed front desk duties greeting patients Scheduled appointments Collected copays Verified Medicaid and private insurances Filed medical records

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20. CPT
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Here's how CPT is used in Medical Office Assistant jobs:
  • Filed and managed patient charts, checked-in/out patients and managed incoming calls, and posted charges with correct ICD/CPT codes.
  • Entered charges, ICD-9 and CPT coding, collected and posted payments, and balanced daily receipts.
  • Worked with medical personnel to reconcile errors; and inconsistencies with ICD 9 & CPT codes.
  • Posted charges and CPT codes, and ICD-9 codes at patient check-out, collected co-pays.
  • Developed competency in CPT and ICD-9 coding and familiarity with insurance plans and coverage.
  • Obtain prior authorizations for outpatient procedures understanding and utilizing different CPT and ICD-9 codes.
  • Communicated treatment procedures to patients, reviewed and entered CPT and ICD-9 coding.
  • Learned insurance program basics, CPT and ICD coding and medical billing software.
  • Process patient's charts with appropriate CPT4 and ICD-9 codes on super bills.
  • Entered charges which required ICD-9 coding, CPT coding and Modifier coding certification.
  • Educated providers on appropriate ICD/9 and CPT codes to use for different services.
  • Completed entry of patient information including ICD diagnosis and CPT treatment codes.
  • Interpreted medical reports to apply appropriate ICD-9, CPT and HCPCS codes.
  • Performed CPT&ICD-9 coding and balanced out daily charges.
  • Input IC9-CPT codes call insurances for payment or patients.
  • Applied proper ICD-10 diagnosis codes and CPT codes daily.
  • Job requirements included billing and CPT coding.
  • Update referrals and CPT's for patients.
  • Verified correct CPT and ICD9 codes.
  • Posted charges with the correct ICD/CPT codes.

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21. Hippa
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Here's how Hippa is used in Medical Office Assistant jobs:
  • Completed the HIPPA guidelines resulting in full understanding of confidentiality and documentation.
  • Learned Legal aspect/ HIPPA/Concepts of effective and ethical communication.
  • Maintain confidentiality of patient information and records according to HIPPA
  • Maintained patient confidentiality by following HIPPA laws.
  • Reviewed charts for any missed information that is required for the Compliance of HIPPA Rules & Regulations.
  • Prepared physical and electronic charts for each patient, ensuring HIPPA confidentiality of all patient information.
  • Performed all Medical Assistant duties; compliance with HIPPA, and OSHA regulations.
  • Implement office procedures, medical and insurance paperwork processes; assure HIPPA compliance.
  • Adhered to HIPPA, finance and cash control policies and procedures.
  • Complete records request while adhering to all company and HIPPA standards.
  • Release information to persons or facilities according to HIPPA law.
  • Release information to persons or agencies according to HIPPA regulations.
  • Adhered to and trained employees in all HIPPA regulations.
  • Position required knowledge of HIPPA, and coding standards.
  • Comply with all HIPPA rules and regulations.
  • Uphold all HIPPA Laws regarding patient confidentiality.
  • Maintain health service/client records in compliance w/HIPPA.
  • Communicated with patients under the HIPPA law.
  • Followed HIPPA policies and procedures.
  • mastered use of the EMR system comply with HIPPA standards.

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22. Icd-9
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Here's how Icd-9 is used in Medical Office Assistant jobs:
  • Code all office visits for the highest possible reimbursement through CPT coding with special attention made to proper ICD-9 coding.
  • Skilled in use of health insurance billing forms; ICD-9 / CPT-4 coding, and explanation of benefits documents.
  • Managed account receivables, collections, ICD-9 coding, insurance filing, and patient care when needed.
  • Checked in patients, verified insurance, posted ICD-9 codes; scheduled appointments, collected co-payments.
  • Processed patient insurance bills and data entry using the ICD-9 and CPT system.
  • Identified procedure and diagnosis coding referencing CPT, PTM and ICD-9-CM manuals.
  • Researched CPT and ICD-9 coding discrepancies for compliance and reimbursement accuracy.
  • Entered ICD-9 codes for billing based on diagnosis for patient visit.
  • Posted super bills using correct CPT and ICD-9 Codes.
  • Annotated charges according to ICD-9 codes into daily journal.
  • Worked with collections and ICD-9 and CPT input.
  • Coded pathology reports with ICD-9 and CPT codes.
  • Enter transaction billing records involving ICD-9/Diagnosis codes.
  • Learned ICD-9 coding for referral processing.
  • Verified correct ICD-9 codes for physicians.
  • Trained in ICD-9 and ICD-10 coding.
  • Managed all aspects of the Accounts Receivable function Responsible for all HPCS, CPT and, ICD-9 code updates.
  • Administered ICD-9 coding for billing - Managed patient scheduling for 30 Family Medicine residents
  • Preformed CLIA Waved Tests ECG and Vital Signs Registration of Patients Patient Education ICD-9 & CPT Coding Venipuncture Patient prep for exams
  • Answer Phones Check Patients in Check Insurance Fix Insurance claims Various ICD-9 Coding Keying Checks Take prescription requests Refill prescription request

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23. Surgical Procedures
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Here's how Surgical Procedures is used in Medical Office Assistant jobs:
  • Job responsibilities included patient exam preparation, billing, scheduling and surgical procedures.
  • Front office and back office responsibilities, assisted in office surgical procedures
  • Authorized radiology and surgical procedures.
  • Assist Physician with aspirations and injections, cast and splint applications, and office surgical procedures.
  • Performed administrative and clinical duties, including patient prep for eye exams and surgical procedures.
  • Filled in as medical assistant when needed and helped with various surgical procedures.
  • Assisted with minor surgical procedures and utilized proper technique for wound care.
  • Assisted in basic surgical procedures under direct supervision of the physician.
  • Assist with patient physicals, including pap and minor surgical procedures.
  • Gather instruments, supplies to assist the Doctor with surgical procedures.
  • Print and prep daily charts for next day surgical procedures.
  • Completed transcription of physician's surgical procedures and referral notes.
  • Assisted with surgical procedures, such as bone marrow biopsy.
  • Assist with scrubbing, and surgical procedures.
  • Schedule and book surgical procedures.
  • Helped coordinate dozens of surgical procedures and radiological test that contributed to consistently high scheduling levels.
  • Perform routine administrative processes for scheduling and coordinating outpatient surgical procedures.
  • Administer injections, venipuncture, assist with patient exams and minor surgical procedures.
  • Scheduled patients' surgery and pre-cert all surgical procedures.
  • Assist clinicians with office surgical procedures Insurance Verification/ Coverage/ Prior Authorization Entering charges for end of day balancing of accounts.

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24. Medicaid
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Here's how Medicaid is used in Medical Office Assistant jobs:
  • Complied with laws and regulations and ensured facility adhered to Medicare and Medicaid regulations.
  • Checked Medicaid eligibility daily on patients to ensure their services are covered.
  • Performed coding and billing to various insurance companies including Medicaid and Medicare.
  • Front office receptionist responsibilities: Patient billing and Medicare/Medicaid insurance billing.
  • Conducted Medicaid/Medicare electronic claims processing.
  • Handled front desk duties including computerized and manual scheduling, billing, health insurance records supervision for major carriers and Medicaid.
  • Coordinated with both Federal and Commonwealth agencies to guarantee the utmost support for individuals either seeking or maintaining Medicaid and Medicare.
  • Educate on local resources in the community such as: Medicaid, Food Stamps, housing, and transportation.
  • Handled Insurance verification, Personal Injury, Worker's Comp., Medicaid, and Medicare.
  • Obtain personal demographics, insurance, verification of Medicaid, and collecting payments on accounts.
  • Cooperated with Medicare, Medicaid and private insurance providers to resolve billing issues.
  • Preformed third party billing, including Medicare, Medicaid, and private carriers.
  • Experience working with all major health insurance companies including GA Medicaid
  • Practice dealt heavily with Medicare and Medicaid patients.
  • Assisted in Medicaid review audits.
  • Assisted families with agencies such as (TDF), Food Stamps, and Medicaid.
  • Process information to Medicaid for services rendered * Process referrals for future services
  • Checked and billed patient medical insurance including Medicare, Medicaid, commercial and Champus.
  • Verified PPO/HMO, Medicaid and Tricare insurance.
  • Experienced in billing Medicare, Medicaid, Cigna, Blue Cross Blue Shield (PPO, POS), and Tricare,

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25. Patient Accounts
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Here's how Patient Accounts is used in Medical Office Assistant jobs:
  • Maintained patient accounts by obtaining, recording, and updating personal and financial information into the electronic medical record system.
  • Maintained patient accounts by obtaining demographics, and collecting personal information.
  • Monitored patient accounts and insurance payments.
  • Managed all highly confidential patient charts and incoming test results as well as all patient accounts, balances due and collections.
  • Processed incoming payments by preparing deposits, batching, and posting to applicable patient accounts.
  • Maintain patient accounts by obtaining, recording, and updating personal and financial information.
  • Audited and when necessary assigned CPT and ICD-9 codes to all patient accounts
  • Manage and maintain patient accounts to ensure all medical information is accurate.
  • Checked patients in/out, collected co pays and past due patient accounts.
  • Collected on past due patient accounts and followed up on claim status.
  • Cleared up old patient accounts and arranged payment arrangements for clients.
  • Set up patient accounts and pulled medical records per insurance requests.
  • Updated patient accounts and information on a daily basis.
  • Opened new patient accounts, creating new patient records.
  • Follow up on open patient accounts and receivables.
  • Perform charge corrections on patient accounts as necessary.
  • Set up new patient accounts and files.
  • Post payments to patient accounts/Update patient information.
  • Managed all patient accounts in billing matters.
  • Researched patient accounts to ensure timely filing.

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26. Computer System
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Here's how Computer System is used in Medical Office Assistant jobs:
  • Obtained patient demographic, financial, and insurance information and entered into computer system using E-Clinical software.
  • Verified and entered all patient demographic information in the computer system.
  • Verify and update demographic information and insurance information into computer system.
  • Perform clerical duties and maintained efficient organization through the computer system.
  • Scanned health information into computer system.
  • Assisted with front office duties which included, retrieving current patient information and updating into computer system.
  • Instructed all physician office staff personnel on the new computer system in a classroom setting.
  • Pulled medical charts, scanning charts into the computer system, and creating face sheets.
  • Inputted client medical records in our computer system and file documents on clients physical file.
  • Use the support capabilities of the computer system to obtain appropriate information and work product.
  • Collect, monitor and enter data and into computer system as needed.
  • Conducted the set-up of all dictionaries within the new computer system.
  • Scheduled appointments filed charts and located patient data in computer system.
  • Load and unload patients' health information in our computer system.
  • Helped implement the new computer system for all physician offices.
  • Scan charts, reports, referrals into computer systems.
  • Gather new patient/insurance information using Medic/Misys computer system.
  • Input office and hospital charges into computer system Follow up on Athena orders and provide requested information.
  • Coded the companies computer system.
  • Converted patient charts into electronic records Scanned, faxed, and imported documents into computer system Sorted various paperwork for organized access

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27. Osha
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Here's how Osha is used in Medical Office Assistant jobs:
  • Followed patient confidentiality in compliance with OSHA
  • Assisted with implementing practices quality assurance and control program, efforts ensued compliance with HIPAA, CLIA and OSHA regulations.
  • Remain sensitive to the patients' needs and confidentiality by always following HIPPA and OSHA rules and regulations.
  • Maintained tools and equipment in proper working order, maintained hospitals grounds in accordance to OSHA standards.
  • Comply with all regulatory requirements including but not limited to DNV, OSHA, EEOC.
  • Clean and sanitize the laboratory and medical equipment following all OSHA guidelines and performing daily.
  • Cleaned and stocked rooms, filed charts prior to EMR's, OSHA Precautions observed.
  • Collaborated with manager regarding OSHA legal requirements by educating employees the safe working methods.
  • Trained employees in OSHA Regulations, X-ray safety, and Medical Records Management.
  • Helped ensure compliance with HIPAA, CLIA and OSHA regulations.
  • Instruct students on proper Aseptic technique and OSHA regulations.
  • Ensured compliance with HIIPAA, CLIA, and OSHA regulations
  • Maintain cleaning schedule log per OSHA plan.
  • Trained in HIPPA compliance and OSHA
  • Follow OSHA and HIPAA regulations.
  • Maintained HIPAA and OSHA compliance.
  • Comply with AAAHC Standards, OSHA, HIPAA, Federal Fraud and Abuse Laws.
  • Support HIPPA and OSHA Laws.
  • Ensured compliance with HIPAA, CLIA and OSHA regulations; ensured excellent patient care/satisfaction Verifying insurance and getting authoritarian from insurance company
  • Ensured compliance with HIPAA, CLIA and OSHA regulations; improved patient care/satisfaction; and lowered monthly overhead by 12%.

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28. Medical Equipment
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Here's how Medical Equipment is used in Medical Office Assistant jobs:
  • Assisted in generating delivery of medical equipment.
  • Ordered durable medical equipment and oxygen.
  • Cleaned and sterilized medical equipment.
  • Operate and monitor medical equipment.
  • Maintained quality control and sterilization of medical equipment, collected data, completed forms, and monitored flow sheets.
  • Maintain medical supply closets, examination areas, lab areas, patient's restroom and sterilization of medical equipment.
  • Keep track of all Durable Medical Equipment for the department and reorder when necessary or requested by the doctors.
  • Devised plans to increase office revenue by utilizing medical equipment (See enclosed letter).
  • Authorized procedures, testing, physical therapy, and medical equipment.
  • Clean and sterilize medical equipment as well as prepared exam room.
  • Assist patients and apply Durable Medical Equipment as order by physician.
  • Sanitize medical equipment and set up equipment for doctor.
  • Maintained and cleaned exam rooms and medical equipment.
  • Schedule appointments for patients Clean and sterilize medical equipment
  • Manage medical equipments on regular basis.
  • Supported duties for diagnostic and technical treatment procedures, such as setting up and operating special medical equipment and apparatus.
  • Purchased all office and medical equipment while sustaining a good rapport with vendors.
  • Prepare weekly reports on medical equipment for business records.
  • Assist in minor surgeries * Order office supplies, phone system, filing * Sterilize medical equipment, collect payments
  • Schedule and track deliveries of DME (Durable Medical Equipments) Review and manage the quality of deliverables.

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29. Staff Members
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Here's how Staff Members is used in Medical Office Assistant jobs:
  • Provided excellent communication between all hospital staff members
  • Helped implement the new EHR program educated and trained new staff members on the usage of the program.
  • Created an employee handbook/ training manual that was referenced daily by new and seasoned staff members.
  • Greeted visitors, ascertain the nature of their business and referred them to appropriate staff members.
  • Assist staff members with paperwork, filing, phone calls, faxes, scheduling, etc.
  • Trained other staff members to perform work activities, such as using computer applications.
  • Review client paperwork for errors, educated and supervised 4 volunteer staff members.
  • Recruit, hire and train new staff members on standard operating procedures.
  • Organized travel schedule and book reservation for physician and staff members.
  • Work closely with other staff members to maintain good patient flow.
  • Assist with the interview process of potentially new staff members.
  • Welcome and direct patients, visitors, and staff members.
  • Answer general questions/send messages to doctor/ patient and staff members.
  • Received incoming mail and distributed to appropriate staff members.
  • Trained new office staff members, devised training manual
  • Provided training to new staff members when needed.
  • Train new and current staff members as needed.
  • Provide assistance to other office staff members.
  • Maintain weekly huddles with all staff members.
  • Assist in coordination of credentialing new licensed applicants Re-credentialing process of current staff members such Reappointments.

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30. MRI
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Here's how MRI is used in Medical Office Assistant jobs:
  • Schedule appointments/contact medical facilities to schedule patients for MRI/CT/Ultrasound guided injections.
  • Print out super bills and attach to patients' chart; work closely with area hospitals and MRI sites
  • Acquired the necessary authorization from insurance companies for MRI's, CT's, and other procedures.
  • Schedule various procedures, including MRI, CT, mammogram, ultrasound and referral to specialists.
  • Request x-ray, MRI, CT studies and medical records from other physicians and labs.
  • Prepped and instructed patients for radiology procedures, MRI and other examinations.
  • Schedule medical tests such as MRI & CTA also surgeries.
  • Obtain authorizations when needed for CT/MRI scans and DME.
  • Prepare and screen patients for MRI exams.
  • Cross trained as MRI tech assistant.
  • Practice safety measures in MRI.
  • Maintained Medical records and films and prepped patients for CT, XR, US, and MRI.
  • Enter CT, MRI and x-ray orders.
  • Prepared exam rooms and requested x-rays, MRIs, CT scans, and ultrasound for patients, as necessary.
  • Answer questions and patient request in a timely manner regarding follow-ups, prescriptions, laboratory results and MRI results.
  • Check in and out patients and schedule follow up appointments, cat scans, MRIs and various tests/procedures.
  • Process insurance preauthorization for MRI's, PET/CT, X-Rays, and Wigs.
  • Make sure patients MRI s, EMG s,CT s, X-Rays s, and Labs are all in order.
  • Process orders and schedule diagnostic testing(mammogram's, PFT's, EMG, CT, MRI, etc.
  • Completed pre-certifications for MRI, CT, CXR, MAMMO, SONO, PT, ECT.

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31. EHR
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Here's how EHR is used in Medical Office Assistant jobs:
  • Back office assisting physicians in exams, preparing for procedures, vitals, blood drawing, and use of EHR.
  • Collected any current or outstanding co-pays and balances due at time of service and post payments into internal EHR.
  • Front office duties, EHR, Prior authorizations, referral management, record reconciliation, insurance authorization
  • Receive, sort, scan and update patient medical reports and medical information into EMR/EHR.
  • Create and maintained confidential patient files, implemented EHR systems to automate patient records management.
  • Verify insurance and authorizations, data-entry, Eclipse Medical Billing, invoicing, EHR.
  • Scan patient paperwork and medical records into EHR chart and label accordingly.
  • Maintained patient records on an electronic health records program (EHR).
  • Assisted doctor with and maintained EHR software and patient records.
  • Maintained medical charts and medical files using Avenues EHR.
  • Utilized Athena Electronic Health Record (EHR) software.
  • Used MediTouch EHR/EMR software (Health Fusion).
  • Add new and existing patients to EHR.
  • Send Electronic Prescriptions for patients using EHR
  • Scanned patients information into EHR.
  • Updated medications and recorded current health issues into EHR, including paper charts if necessary.
  • Registered and scheduled patients in Practice Fusion eHR (Electronic Health Records).
  • Managed medical records utilizing Medgen EHR health system.
  • Use of Centricity (EHR), Allscripts and OBERD on a daily basis.
  • Check patients in and out Verify insurance Check patients vitals Scan and upload health records to EHR Correspond with patients and physicians

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32. Word Processing
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Here's how Word Processing is used in Medical Office Assistant jobs:
  • Performed clerical duties; word processing, data entry, call logs, faxing and filing.
  • Performed clerical duties, such as word processing, data entry, answering phones and filing.
  • Operate all office equipment such as voice messaging systems and used word processing spreadsheets.
  • Perform word processing copying, filing, faxing and answering phones and data entry.
  • Utilized software platforms, including WinOMS, Excel, Accounting and word processing.
  • Use computers for various applications, such as database management or word processing.
  • Performed all clerical duties, such as word processing and office support.
  • Performed basic word processing and data entry functions.
  • Handled all word processing and typing.
  • Verified insurance, scheduled appointments, greeted patients Provided word processing, performed clerical duties and maintained efficient and highly organized records
  • Used typewriter, computer/word processing software/printing equipment to create, copy, and edit documents related to patient/customer treatment.
  • Maintained records for example statistics, and inventories, and executed associated duties using a computer and word processing software tools.
  • Perform word processing, data entry and internet research tasks.
  • Operated word processing, spreadsheets,Microsoft software.

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33. Treatment Procedures
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Here's how Treatment Procedures is used in Medical Office Assistant jobs:
  • Prepared patients/ rooms for physical examinations; explained treatment procedures; sterilize equipment and properly dispose of contaminated supplies.
  • Explained treatment procedures to the patients, prepared patients for medical examination and supported physician during examination.
  • Assisted in the examination room and translate/elaborate treatment procedures to patients.
  • Prepared work/exam areas via sterile technique, assisted physician with diagnostic and treatment procedures, and performed requested tests and treatments.
  • Communicate to patients the instructions given by physicians as well as treatment procedures, diets and medications.
  • Explain treatment procedures, new medications, dietary plans, and physicians health plan to patients.
  • Call patients with test results, explain treatment procedures, medications, and answer questions.
  • Explain treatment procedures, medications, wound care instructions, and physician instructions to patient.
  • Explained treatment procedures, medications, diet, lab work and physician instructions.
  • Explain treatment procedures, medications, special diets, or doctor's instructions.
  • Explain treatment procedures, medications, and Providers' instructions to patients.
  • Explained treatment procedures, medication and special diets to patients.
  • Support duties for diagnostic and technical treatment procedures.
  • Explain treatment procedures to patients.
  • Set transportation for patient as needed Assisted in the examination room and translate/elaborate treatment procedures to patients.
  • Reviewed, analyzed and managed coding of diagnostic and treatment procedures contained in outpatient medical records.
  • Explain treatment procedures, medications, diets, or physician's' instructions to patients.
  • Explain treatment procedures, classes, or nutrition therapists instructions to patients.
  • Back office: Performed urine analysis, explained treatment procedures and medications.
  • Coordinated patient scheduling Maintained medical records and filing Performed a range of diagnostic and treatment procedures for patients.

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Here's how Filling Prescriptions is used in Medical Office Assistant jobs:
  • Applied ethics when writing and filling prescriptions.
  • Completed 180 hour Internship Experience with Epicare Abstracting working with Allscripts Refilling prescriptions Answering Phones Check In/Out

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35. Payment Arrangements
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Here's how Payment Arrangements is used in Medical Office Assistant jobs:
  • Assist the office manager at the check-in counter, medical records and setting up payment arrangements with patients.
  • Set up payment arrangements or discuss financial assistance options and assist with the application process.
  • Generate revenue by making payment arrangements; collecting accounts; monitoring and pursuing delinquent accounts.
  • Review payment options and set up payment arrangements.

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36. Financial Statements
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Here's how Financial Statements is used in Medical Office Assistant jobs:
  • Prepared financial statements, medical records.
  • Operated office equipment such as voice mail messaging systems, invoices, faxes, referrals, charts, and financial statements.
  • Operated office equipment to prepare reports, invoices, financial statements, letters, case histories, and medical records.
  • Manage the processing and mailing of financial statements for outstanding patient accounts.
  • Prepared financial statements, drafted letters and responded to patient inquiries.

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37. Laboratory Specimens
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Here's how Laboratory Specimens is used in Medical Office Assistant jobs:
  • Collected and prepared laboratory specimens for basic laboratory tests, disposed of contaminated supplies, and sterilized medical instruments.
  • Advise patients on medications and special diets; collect laboratory specimens and perform basic laboratory testing.
  • Collected blood, tissue and other laboratory specimens and prepared specimens for delivery to laboratory.
  • Handled all forms necessary for laboratory specimens to be sent to corresponding laboratories.
  • Collected patient vitals and prepared laboratory specimens.
  • Blood pressure checks; collected/prepared laboratory specimens.
  • Processed laboratory specimens and documented results.
  • Obtain and label laboratory specimens.
  • Collect blood, tissue, or other laboratory specimens, log the specimens, and prepare them for testing.
  • Helped physicians examine and treat patients; collected and logged blood, tissue, and other laboratory specimens.
  • Collected and logged blood, tissue, and/or laboratory specimens; prepared specimens for testing.
  • Collected blood and other laboratory specimens and prepared them for lab testing.
  • Obtain laboratory specimens and prepare them for transport.
  • Collected all laboratory specimens to send to corresponding laboratories Set up proper disposal of contaminated/sterilized medical equipment.
  • Collected and prepared laboratory specimens, performed basic laboratory tests, and sterilized medical equipments.
  • Interview patient, measure vitals, and update patient records and charts Collect blood samples and prepare laboratory specimens.
  • Performed venipuncture to obtain blood samples, collected other laboratory specimens and prepared them for testing.
  • Escort patient to the rooms, Vital signs, Laboratory specimens, and venipuncture.
  • Front desk receptionist assistant Filing of patients charts and paperwork Collecting and preparing laboratory specimens Handling correspondence, billing, and bookkeeping
  • Schedule Appointments Patient Assistance Insurance Verification Filing Vitals Injections Autoclave Surgical Asepsis CPT and ICD-9 Coding Venipuncture and Laboratory specimens EKG Referrals

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20 Most Common Skills For A Medical Office Assistant

Medical Records

18.7%

Patient Care

17.9%

Insurance Companies

12.5%

Referrals

5.3%

Vital Signs

5.0%

Office Supplies

4.8%

Front Desk

4.4%

Phone Calls

4.3%

Exam Rooms

3.9%

EKG

3.7%

Data Entry

3.5%

Customer Service

3.1%

Triage

2.2%

Blood Pressure

2.1%

Phlebotomy

2.0%

Test Cases

2.0%

Scheduling Appointments

1.4%

Hipaa

1.2%

Greeting Patients

1.1%

CPT

1.0%
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Typical Skill-Sets Required For A Medical Office Assistant

Rank Skill
1 Medical Records 17.0%
2 Patient Care 16.2%
3 Insurance Companies 11.3%
4 Referrals 4.8%
5 Vital Signs 4.5%
6 Office Supplies 4.3%
7 Front Desk 4.0%
8 Phone Calls 3.9%
9 Exam Rooms 3.5%
10 EKG 3.3%
11 Data Entry 3.2%
12 Customer Service 2.8%
13 Triage 2.0%
14 Blood Pressure 1.9%
15 Phlebotomy 1.8%
16 Test Cases 1.8%
17 Scheduling Appointments 1.3%
18 Hipaa 1.1%
19 Greeting Patients 1.0%
20 CPT 0.9%
21 Hippa 0.9%
22 Icd-9 0.9%
23 Surgical Procedures 0.8%
24 Medicaid 0.6%
25 Patient Accounts 0.6%
26 Computer System 0.6%
27 Osha 0.6%
28 Medical Equipment 0.5%
29 Staff Members 0.5%
30 MRI 0.5%
31 EHR 0.5%
32 Word Processing 0.5%
33 Treatment Procedures 0.4%
34 Filling Prescriptions 0.4%
35 Payment Arrangements 0.4%
36 Financial Statements 0.4%
37 Laboratory Specimens 0.4%
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