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  • Principal Quantitative Analyst - CMA Predictive Analytics

    At Capital One data is at the center of everything we do. As a Quantitative Analyst at Capital One, you'll be part of a team that's leading the next wave of disruption at a whole new scale, using the latest in cloud computing and machine learning technologies and operating across billions of customer records to unlock the big opportunities that help everyday people save money, time and agony in their financial lives. Locations: VA - McLean, United States of America, McLean, VirginiaPrincipal Quantitative Analyst - CMA Predictive Analytics The Quantitative Analyst teams at Capital One offer a unique opportunity to be part of a dynamic analytics and modeling team focused on developing behavior and valuation models for balance sheet portfolios. - Work across Capital One entities to create novel analytical solutions to the challenging business problems.
    $29k-35k yearly est.13h ago
  • Medical Clerk/Team Coordinator

    Location 4740 - ProMedica Hospice - Warrenton - Serving Northern Virginia 4740 - ProMedica Hospice - Warrenton - Serving Northern Virginia
    $26k-34k yearly est.1d ago
  • Medical Assistant

    OrthoVirginia, Virginia's largest provider of expert orthopedic and therapy care, is currently seeking a full-time, experienced Clinical Team Member to join our team!
    $29k-37k yearly est.3d ago
  • FT - Medical Coder

    Job DescriptionInova Loudoun Ambulatory Surgery Center is seeking an experienced Medical Coder who will be responsible for assigning diagnostic, procedure, revenue, and HCPCS codes to all procedures performed at the surgery center.. We are located on the campus of Inova Loudoun Hospital in Leesburg, VA. All Inova Surgery Center employees must be fully vaccinated against COVID-19, or must receive approval under the COVID-19 Vaccination Exemption Policy.
    $41k-63k yearly est.8d ago
  • Medical Coder III A REMOTE

    Job DescriptionThe work of the Remote Medical Coder III involves, but is not limited to: review, assignment, and editing of diagnosis, material, medication, procedure, and supply codes for professional service and facility components of inpatient, ambulatory surgical services (i.e., day surgery), observation, Emergency Department, outpatient specialty, External Resource Sharing Agreement (ERSA), and billable outpatient primary care encounters; use of International Classification of Diseases (ICD- latest version) diagnosis and/or procedural codes, American Medical Association Current Procedural Terminology (CPT®) codes, Healthcare Common Procedure Coding System (HCPCS), Current Dental Terminology (CDT®) codes, Diagnostic Related Groups (DRG's), or other code taxonomies used to describe the provision of medical services for one or more medical conditions; uses military medical systems to remotely code facility and/or professional services, inpatient, ambulatory surgical, Emergency Department or outpatient encounters in providing contingency assistance to other DHA MTFs; and may assist the DHA MCPB in supporting coding compliance by performing focused or targeted audits on DHA Markets, DHARs, MTFs, specialties, product lines, providers, clinical staff, or coding staff. Education : a minimum of one of the following: An associate's degree or higher in Health Information Management or Healthcare Administration or biological science; OR A university, college, or technical school certificate in medical coding; OR At least 30 semester hours' university/college credit of a grade of "C", "Pass", or better, that includes relevant coursework such as anatomy/physiology, medical terminology, health information management, and/or pharmacology; OR Successful completion of an American Academy of Professional Coders (AAPC) or American Health Information Management Association (AHIMA) online or in-person coding exam preparation course that includes medical terminology, anatomy and physiology, health information management concepts, and pharmacology; OR Successful completion of a training course beyond apprentice level for medical technicians, hospital corpsmen, medical service specialists, or hospital training, obtained in a training program given by the Armed Forces or the U.S. Maritime Service under close medical and professional supervision. Required/Mandatory Knowledge/Skills/Abilities (must be able to demonstrate) Advanced knowledge of the International Classification of Diseases, Clinical Modification (ICD-CM), and Procedural Coding System (PCS); Healthcare Common Procedure Coding System (HCPCS); and Current Procedural Terminology (CPT). Advanced knowledge of reimbursement systems, including Prospective Payment System (PPS) and Diagnostic Related Groupings (DRGs); Ambulatory Payment Classifications (APCs); and Resource-Based Relative Value Scale (RBRVS). Advanced knowledge and understanding of industry nomenclature; medical and procedural terminology; anatomy and physiology; pharmacology; and disease processes. Practical knowledge of medical specialties; medical diagnostic and therapeutic procedures; ancillary services (includes, but is not limited to, Laboratory, Occupational Therapy, Physical Therapy, and Radiology); and revenue cycle management concepts. Practical knowledge and understanding of Government rules and regulations regarding medical coding, reimbursement guidelines, and healthcare fraud; commercial reimbursement guidelines and policies; coding audit principles and concepts, and potential areas of risk for fraud and abuse. Includes, but is not limited to: The Federal Register, Center for Medicare, and Medicaid Services (CMS) Local Coverage Determinations and National Coverage Determinations (LCD and NCD), National Correct Coding Initiative (NCCI) guidance, manual, and edits, Internet-Only Manuals (IOMs), and HHS-OIG publications and reports. Practical knowledge of revenue cycle management, project management concepts, business analysis, training methods, clinical documentation improvement, and continuous process improvement processes. Practical knowledge of Current Dental Terminology (CDT). Required Coding Certifications Must possess a coding certification in good standing in each of the following categories: Professional Services Coding Certifications: ONE of the following recognized professional coding certifications: Registered Health Information Technician (RHIT); Registered Health Information Administrator (RHIA); Certified Professional Coder (CPC); or Certified Coding Specialist - Physician (CCS-P). Other professional coding certifications will be considered by the DHA-MCPB on a case-by-case basis. Institutional (Facility) Coding Certifications: ONE of the following recognized institutional coding certifications: Registered Health Information Technician (RHIT); Registered Health Information Administrator (RHIA); Certified Inpatient Coder (CIC), or Certified Coding Specialist (CCS). Other institutional coding certifi
    $41k-63k yearly est.10d ago
  • Medical Assistant/ Technician

    About As Sailors, we rely on exceptional medical personnel to keep our servicemen and women healthy. As a Hospital Corpsman, you fulfill that critical role by assisting in a wide range of departments and procedures, from dispensing vaccines and analyzing lab samples to aiding in dental operations and assisting in emergency surgeries. You'll get to try your hand at just about everything while making a huge difference for the Sailors you serve. Enlisted None What to Expect Hospital Corpsman Histopathology Previous Next More Information Responsibilities Hospital Corpsmen (HM) assist health care professionals in providing medical care to Navy personnel and their families. They may function as clinical or specialty technicians, medical administrative personnel and healthcare providers at medical treatment facilities. Specifically, Hospital Corpsmen may be called upon to: Perform emergency medical treatment on SEALs, Seabees, Marines and other military personnel injured in the field, as well as on Sailors aboard ships or aircraft Perform emergency dental treatment as well as construct dental crowns and bridges, process dental X-rays and operate X-ray equipment Serve as an operating room technician for general and specialized surgery Help administer a wide range of preventive care and medications, including immunizations and intravenous fluids Conduct physical examinations and assisting in the treatment of diseases and injuries Supervise sanitation and safety conditions in the workplace Maintain patient treatment records, conduct research and perform clinical tests Assist Navy Physicians and Nurses in a variety of medical fields, including, but not limited to: radiology, physical therapy, phlebotomy, dental, surgery, family medicine, pathology, women's health and more Work Environment As a Hospital Corpsman, you have the most diverse range of work environments available in the Navy. Your job will likely take you all over the world-and far out of your comfort zone. As a Hospital Corpsman, you could be assigned to a Navy medical treatment facility, like an on-base hospital or clinic. You could also work on an aircraft carrier in the middle of the ocean or a submarine in the depths of the sea. Wherever you're assigned, you'll work alongside other medical professionals to be trained as a skilled first responder, whether your skills are needed bedside or in the field. Training & Advancement Upon completion of initial training at Recruit Training Command Great Lakes (known as Boot Camp), you'll report for specialized training including: Hospital Corps "A" School (19 weeks) in San Antonio, Texas for training on basic principles and techniques of patient care and first aid procedures. Field Medical Service School at Camp Lejeune, NC, or Pendleton, CA for specialized training on medical services relating to Seabees and Marine Corps units if you apply and assignments are available. After you complete your training, you'll be assigned to a Navy medical treatment facility or an operational Navy or Fleet Marine Force unit. HMs may also go on to receive assignments to ships, submarines or overseas posts. Promotion opportunities are regularly available but competitive and based on performance. Advanced Training Advanced technical training, or "C" school, is optional and available to those who qualify after "A" School training is completed. HMs may enroll in advanced training for over 20 different credentials and specializations including: Aerospace Physiology & Medical Technician - Assist in the treatment of naval aviators and flight personnel. Behavioral Health Technician - Assist psychiatrists and psychologists in providing mental health care for service members and their families. Biomedical Equipment Technician - Assemble, maintain, troubleshoot and calibrate medical equipment. Cardiovascular Technician - Assist in performing diagnostic and interventional cardiac procedures. Deep Sea Diving Independent Duty Corpsman - Serve as a Medical Department Representative (MDR) for diving units. Dental Hygienist - Provide dental hygiene services such as cleaning equipment, polishing restorations, applying sealants and other tasks under the supervision of a dental officer. Dental Laboratory Technician - Perform basic and intermediate prosthetic laboratory procedures such as repairing prostheses or completing dentures. Dental Maxillofacial Technician - Assists a maxillofacial prosthodontist in oral/craniofacial prosthetic procedures. Dental Technician - Assist with dental duties including preventive dentistry and x-rays. Electroneurodiagnostic Technician - Assist Neurologists in performing studies to identify patients with neurological disorders. Field Medical Service Technician - Provide medical services to Sailors and Marines in field units worldwide. Fleet Marine Force Reconnaissance Corpsman - Provides emergency medical services for Fleet Marine Force Reconnaissance personnel engaged in direct action and reconnaissance operations. Fleet Marine Force Reconnaissance Independent Duty Corpsman - Provides medical services for Fleet Marine Forces and Special Operations Forces engaged in direct action, special reconnaissance and unconventional warfare. Hemodialysis/Apheresis Technician - Care for patients receiving hemodialysis treatments and related procedures. Histopathology Technician - Assist pathologists with examination of tissue for disease. Medical Deep Sea Diving Technician - Assist in the prevention and treatment of illnesses associated with deep sea diving and high-pressure conditions. Medical Laboratory Technician - Perform and supervise the performance of manual and automated advanced laboratory procedures. Nuclear Medicine Technician - Operate and maintain equipment that traces the presence and movement of radioactive isotope in a patient's body. Occupational Therapy Assistant - Help Occupational Therapists administer treatment plans for acute and chronic rehabilitation. Optician - Produce single vision and multifocal spectacles from prescriptions, and help Optometrists in the treatment of patients with ocular disorders. Orthopedic Cast Room Technician - Assist in the application and removal of casts and traction, and assist in minor operative procedures. Pharmacy Technician - Dispense prescribed medicines and pharmaceuticals. Physical Therapy Technician - Assist physical therapists in administering physical therapy for patients. Preventive Medicine Technician - Assist with preventive medicine and occupational health programs such as health and safety inspections and epidemiological investigations. Radiation Health Technician - Monitors and analyzes radiation exposure, and administers the personnel dosimetry program. Respiratory Therapist - Helps treat patients using nebulization therapy, mechanical ventilation, and similar treatments. Search and Rescue Medical Corps - Performs aircrew and emergency medical care functions in support of Search and Rescue, MEDEVAC and CASEVAC missions for Navy and Marine Corps Aviation. Submarine Force Independent Duty Corpsman - Submarine Force Independent Duty Corpsmen serve as the Medical Department Representative (MDR) and performs basic patient care aboard submarines and at isolated duty stations. Surface Force Independent Duty Corpsman - Surface Force Independent Duty Corpsmen serve as the Medical Department Representative (MDR) and perform basic patient care aboard surface ships, with Fleet Marine Force Units and at isolated duty stations. Surgical Technologist - Assists the medical officer in carrying out surgical techniques and providing pre- and post-surgical care to patients. Urology Technician - Assists medical officer in examination and treatment of urological patients, including operations and X ray procedures. Advanced X-Ray Technician - Operates medical X ray, ultrasound and CAT scan equipment. Post-Service Opportunities There's no better way to begin a successful career in health care than by serving in the medical support division of America's Navy. Specialized training received and work experience gained in the course of service can lead to valuable credentialing and occupational opportunities in related fields in the civilian world, such as Emergency Medical Technician (EMT), Home Health Aide, Anesthesiologist Assistant and more. Education Opportunities Beyond offering access to professional credentials and certifications, Navy technical and operational training in the medical field can translate to credit hours toward a bachelor's or associate degree through the American Council on Education . You may also continue your education through undergraduate degree opportunities like the Navy College Program and Tuition Assistance and the Post-9/11 GI Bill. Qualifications & Requirements A high-school diploma or equivalent is required to become an Enlisted Sailor and a Hospital Corpsman. Those seeking a position as a Hospital Corpsman must be U.S. citizens. A sincere interest in health care and science is extremely important for this role. You should have good communication, writing and arithmetic skills, be competent with tools and equipment. Important personal traits for this role include the ability to work well with others as part of a team, as well as dependability, trustworthiness and resourcefulness. In addition to good physical stamina, Hospital Corpsmen should also have normal color perception, vision correctable to 20/20, and good use of your hands. You must meet eligibility requirements for a security clearance. Please note that any illegal involvement with drugs may be disqualifying. General qualifications may vary depending upon whether you're currently serving , whether you've served before or whether you've never served before . Part-Time Opportunities Serving part-time as a Navy Reserve Sailor, your duties will be carried out during your scheduled drilling and training periods. During monthly drilling, Hospital Corpsmen in the Navy Reserve typically work at a location close to their homes. For annual training, you may serve anywhere in the world, including locations in the U.S., at bases overseas, or in areas where humanitarian needs are great. Take a moment to learn more about the general roles and responsibilities of Navy Reserve Sailors . Most of what you do in the Navy Reserve is considered training. The basic Navy Reserve commitment involves training a minimum of one weekend a month (referred to as drilling) and two weeks a year (referred to as Annual Training) - or the equivalent of that. Hospital Corpsmen in the Navy Reserve serve in an Enlisted role. Before receiving the ongoing professional training that comes with the job, initial training requirements must be met. For current or former military Enlisted servicemembers, prior experience satisfies the initial Recruit Training requirement, so you will not need to go through Boot Camp again. For those without prior military experience, you will need to meet the initial Recruit Training requirement by attending Boot Camp in Great Lakes, IL. This training course will prepare you for service in the Navy Reserve and count as your first Annual Training.
    $34k-42k yearly est.10d ago
  • Medical Assistant (HCA I)

    Certification as medical assistant preferred. As the initial point of contact with clients and the public, the Medical Assistant must represent the PPMW commitment to quality healthcare and excellent customer service. Provide the foundation on which Planned Parenthood of Metropolitan Washington DC, Inc. (PPMW) builds efficient, professional health centers.
    $21-25.5 hourly2d ago
  • Medical Technician

    Support Search and Rescue (SAR), tactical evacuation (TECEVAC), Medical Evacuation (MEDEVAC), casualty evacuation (CASEVAC) and Combat Search & Rescue (CSAR) for Navy and Marine Corps Aviation WORK ENVIRONMENTIn medical support, you have the most diverse range of work environments in the Navy. You will work alongside Navy nurses and other medical professionals to be trained as a skilled first responder, whether your skills are needed bedside or in the field.Hospital Corpsman Advanced Technical Field (HM-ATF) If you choose to go the Hospital Corpsman Advanced Technical Field route, you will work in extreme and sometimes dangerous conditions. Your job will likely take you all over the world-and far out of your comfort zone.Hospital Corpsman (HM) As a Hospital Corpsman, you could be assigned to a Navy medical treatment facility, like an on-base hospital or clinic.
    $28k-35k yearly est.14d ago
  • Medical Assistant

    Aston Carter is a company within Allegis Group, a global leader in talent solutions. At Aston Carter, we're dedicated to expanding career opportunities for the skilled professionals who power our business. Description: The Medical Assistant will float between 3-4 clinics throughout Northern VA and work in a busy urgent care setting. Established in 1997, Aston Carter is a leading staffing and consulting firm, providing high-caliber talent and premium services to more than 7,000 companies across North America. Medical Assistant experience preferred - must have certification or MA diploma Please Note: Scammers are posing as Aston Carter. Tysons, Arlington, Vienna, Springfield - Northern VA
    $33k-38k yearly est.1d ago
  • Remote Outpatient Medical Coder

    * Coder should possess great time management in order to meet deadlines.
    $48k-74k yearly est.21d ago
  • Remote Medical Coder

    Medical/Dental/Vision and PTO offered by Medix.
    $23-33 hourly8d ago
  • HIM Coder Analyst III-Remote in Texas

    Identifies and abstracts specified information from the patient medical record and enters data into the electronic health record system for billing and use in all types of CCHCS reporting. Registered Health Information Administrator (RHIA), Registered Health Information Technician (RHIT) or Certified Coding Specialist (CCS) required. Required to provide current American Health Information Management Association (AHIMA) continuing education certification records.
    $68k-81k yearly est.9d ago
  • Coding Denial Specialist (Virtual/Remote)

    UTHealth Houston is Texas' resource for healthcare education, innovation, scientific discovery, and excellence in patient care. The Coding Denial Specialist is responsible for resolving denied claims within the Charge Capture/Coding department under the direction of the Manager, Charge Capture & Coding and the Director, Charge Capture & Coding. UTHealth Houston Revenue Cycle is hiring for a The Coding Denial Specialist applies official coding guidelines, payer policies and established departmental policies and procedures to resolve claim rejections ensuring that timely filing deadlines have not been exceeded. The Coding Denial Specialist will be responsible for: reviewing and resolving coding-related denials from A to Z; interpreting and applying payer guidelines; tracking and trending denial data to help prevent future denials and identify trends with specific payers; and more.
    $42k-49k yearly est.2d ago
  • Remote VA Experienced Outpatient FT & PT Coder Positions

    Job DescriptionRemote VA Experienced Outpatient Medical Full Time & Part Time Coders Summary Cooper Thomas, LLC, a leading provider of medical coding services to the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA), has immediate openings for experienced Full- and Part-Time Outpatient Coders, as a result of recent new contracts. Established in Washington, DC in 2003, Cooper Thomas offers a competitive salary, opportunities for quality bonuses, and the opportunity for growth.
    $44k-68k yearly est.23d ago
  • Medication Technician

    Apply today to learn why Sunrise Senior Living is a certified Great Place to Work Sunrise Senior Living offers a comprehensive benefits plan to eligible team members including health, dental, vision, retirement benefits, short-term disability, long-term disability, and paid time off. - Providing resident care while demonstrating the Mission for Sunrise Senior Living, 'to champion the quality of life for all senior in accordance with federal, state and local standards
    $2.5k monthly19d ago
  • Medical Clerk/Team Coordinator

    ProMedica Senior Care, formerly HCR ManorCare, is a national leading provider in home health and community based services.
    $25k-30k yearly est.18h ago
  • Medical Assistant - Diabetes Self Management - Lanham

    Certified Medical Assistant, or Registered Medical Assistant preferred
    $30k-39k yearly est.19d ago

    Knowledge of standard medical office/clinic procedures.Education and Experience Required Graduation from an approved Medical Assistant program required, with experience drawing blood; medical office or HIV/AIDS experience preferred.
    $33k-41k yearly est.6d ago
  • Medical Assistant

    OrthoVirginia, Virginia's largest provider of expert orthopedic and therapy care, is currently seeking a full-time, experienced Clinical Team Member to join our team!
    $29k-37k yearly est.6d ago
  • Medical Scheduler/Call Center

    Aston Carter is a company within Allegis Group, a global leader in talent solutions. At Aston Carter, we're dedicated to expanding career opportunities for the skilled professionals who power our business. Established in 1997, Aston Carter is a leading staffing and consulting firm, providing high-caliber talent and premium services to more than 7,000 companies across North America. Please Note: Scammers are posing as Aston Carter. This opportunity is for a call center/scheduler healthcare position in Washington, DC.
    $45k-52k yearly est.2d ago

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Average Salary For a Medical Record Assistant

Based on recent jobs postings on Zippia, the average salary in the U.S. for a Medical Record Assistant is $34,870 per year or $17 per hour. The highest paying Medical Record Assistant jobs have a salary over $43,000 per year while the lowest paying Medical Record Assistant jobs pay $28,000 per year

Updated March 20, 2023
Average Medical Record Assistant Salary
$34,310 yearly
$17 hourly

5 Common Career Paths For a Medical Record Assistant

Medical Assistant

Medical assistants provide support to medical practitioners in both administrative and clerical tasks. They keep and update the patient's medical records, administer medicines under the supervision of a physician, assist during medical examinations, prepare medical samples for laboratory testing, manage the schedule of appointments, and assist the patients with their bills and in filling out needed forms, such as insurance-related documents. Medical assistants should have good communication skills and analytical skills, be organized, and be flexible. They should also have knowledge of how to operate some medical equipment such as x-ray machines.

Certified Nursing Assistant

A certified nursing assistant generally assists patients in their healthcare needs and medical procedures. They support patients in their daily activities by monitoring patients' temperature and food intake, ensuring the cleanliness of the patient's room, and keeping documentation of patients' conditions for reference of nurses and doctors. A certified nursing assistant should also communicate with patients' families and provide updates as often as needed. It is also important that a nursing assistant is patient and compassionate enough to attend to direct patient needs, which could get demanding or challenging at times.

Medical Records Clerk

Medical records clerks are employees in hospitals or clinics who manage office records. They are in charge of creating, updating, and filing patient-related medical records and other related documents. They ensure that all documents are correctly filled out and labeled before storing them safely in their respective storage areas. They may also be in charge of digitizing forms for easier access to files and back up purposes. They ensure that medical records are exact and updated. Medical records clerks should be organized and must always be on top of all tasks related to patient or medical records.

Unit Secretary

Unit secretaries are administrative workers in a medical facility, usually a hospital or a clinic. They are in charge of religious activities in the unit or department they are assigned to. They manage incoming and outgoing mail, phone calls, and even appointments. They handle filing and recording of the documents of the department. They also take minutes of meetings and ensure that action plans are followed through. Unit secretaries should be familiar with the individuals in the department. They should also be accustomed to the schedule of members of the unit. Unit secretaries should be organized, dedicated, and trustworthy.

Home Health Aid

Home health aides provide care and assistance to patients who have chronic illnesses, injuries, disabilities, or age-related challenges inside the patient's home. They monitor the patient's condition and help them in any activity they may need assistance in. They provide support to both the patient and the family to manage the patient's condition. Home health aides care for the patient by providing personal services like bathing and basic grooming, designing nutritional plans, cooking and preparing meals, running errands, maintaining the cleanliness of the home, managing medication intake, and ensuring the home is safe and secure for the patient.

Illustrated Career Paths For a Medical Record Assistant