Top Physician Skills

Below we've compiled a list of the most important skills for a Physician. We ranked the top skills based on the percentage of Physician resumes they appeared on. For example, 12.0% of Physician resumes contained Patient Care as a skill. Let's find out what skills a Physician actually needs in order to be successful in the workplace.

The six most common skills found on Physician resumes in 2020. Read below to see the full list.

1. Patient Care

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Here's how Patient Care is used in Physician jobs:
  • Provided and managed direct patient care including physical examination, evaluation, assessment and treatment of children with immunological diseases.
  • Rotated in the general out-patient care/critical care unit; monitored post-operative kidney transplant patients; and assisted in Hemo-Dialysis.
  • Administered homeopathic medicine program at self-owned clinic by providing outpatient care and conducting smooth and expeditious patient flow.
  • Performed diagnostic, treatment and preventive medicine duties including patient care follow-up, laboratory interpretation and minor procedures.
  • Collaborated with other medical professionals to ensure effective patient care delivery to achieve the desired patient results.
  • Ordered test, interpreted result, formulated diagnoses and administered or recommended therapy for optimal patient care
  • Solicited quality and process improvement suggestions, seeking to continually improve patient care and satisfaction.
  • Managed outpatient and in-hospital patients including direct patient care from admission to discharge.
  • Communicate confidentially with other institutions to ensure a smooth transition in patient care.
  • Analyzed clinical samples and interpreted diagnostic laboratory results for effective patient care.
  • Determined priority of patient care based on acuity and/or consultation with providers.
  • Documented all patient care information for patient family review.
  • Facilitated patient care and management by radiation support staff.
  • Developed continuous quality improvement program to improve patient care
  • Performed patient care independent of a medical officer.
  • Used the Trace Methodology to access the patient care experience and the organization's system's for providing care and services.
  • Assisted with personal hygiene needs, ambulation, and exercise, along with varying daily needs according to patient care plan.
  • Enter all pertinent information related to patient care into computer in order that all staff has access to that information.
  • Direct patient care - weight loss and anti-aging physician; Dietary and nutritional counseling for health, wellness and prevention.
  • Established and grew a private internal medical practice that provided a holistic approach to patient care to diverse patient population.

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2. Surgical Procedures

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Here's how Surgical Procedures is used in Physician jobs:
  • Performed or assisted surgical procedures and covered the emergency department when on call to screen patients before their emergency surgical procedures.
  • Designed and implemented a checklist method for surgical procedures to reduce bacterial contamination by medical personnel.
  • Performed minor surgical procedures and fracture management under the direction of supervising Physician.
  • General Surgeon Department - performed surgical procedures under minimum supervision of senior physicians.
  • Performed minor surgical procedures to insert long acting contraception.
  • Received training and assisted in multiple gynecological surgical procedures.
  • Performed minor surgical procedures in the causality.
  • Conduct clinical research to improve surgical procedures.
  • Performed surgical procedures and deliveries as needed.
  • Involved with laboratory and minor surgical procedures.
  • Performed medical and minor surgical procedures.
  • Performed minor office surgical procedures.
  • Assisted with outpatient surgical procedures.
  • Review and document pertinent medical history, past surgical procedures, mental status, and any preexisting conditions.
  • Perform cesarean sections or other surgical procedures as needed to preserve patients' health and deliver babies safely.
  • Assisted the physician during surgical procedures and observed his patients during clinic settings on a weekly basis.
  • Interpreted labs and X-rays, administered injections, and performed minor surgical procedures.
  • Do both major and minor surgical procedures for patients of Camp John Hay.
  • Analyzed and coded surgical procedures and diagnosed using ICD-9 & CPT-4 codes.
  • Charge entry of office and surgical procedures in HealthPort system.

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3. Internal Medicine

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Here's how Internal Medicine is used in Physician jobs:
  • Teach Internal Medicine to residents and medical students* Perform physicals for various executives in the community through Executive Health Services
  • Job description: Medical consultation on Internal Medicine, Emergency MedicineAnd Family Medicine;
  • Developed integral attention in Out Patient Department and Internal Medicine room.
  • Performed internal medicine, office orthopedics, gynecology and simple suturing.
  • Developed integral attention in Internal Medicine Room and Emergency Room.
  • Board certified Emergency Medicine and board certified Internal Medicine physician.
  • Consult to patient of Internal Medicine and Endocrinology
  • Conducted clinical clerkship primarily in internal medicine.
  • General practice, Internal Medicine and Neurosurgery
  • Evaluated & treated internal medicine patients
  • Supported Physicians on a one-on-one basis in all units including, OR, ED, and all Internal Medicine Units.
  • Worked as an Internal Medicine physician, providing clinical care one half-day every other week to immigrants and uninsured residents.
  • Round and instruct on internal medicine teaching service (Y1), providing clinical education to medical students and residents.
  • Provided external consultation services to HIV positive patients under the supervision of an HIV expert and Internal Medicine Specialist.
  • Attended Board Review classes, Approved by American Board of Internal Medicine Board Certification and took care of sick Mother
  • Worked as a physician in the department of internal medicine for one year and as a pediatrician for six years
  • General Internal Medicine Albuquerque, New Mexico 87112 5/86-5/91 Administrative support for physicians within the division.
  • Edited and wrote CME series for physicians Managed production team for Internal Medicine Update series
  • Cared for adults and elderly patient admitted in Internal Medicine Service and Emergency Room.
  • Worked as an attending for Interns and Residents from VCU Internal Medicine program.

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4. Medical Records

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Here's how Medical Records is used in Physician jobs:
  • Generated electronic medical records for each patient * Worked with corporate office to identify possible areas of overuse according to Medicare guidelines
  • Maintained and reviewed consumer medical records to monitor pertinent issues and provided thorough documentation, including preparation of any related reports.
  • Create comprehensive narratives procured from relevant legal case documents and medical records as determined by regulatory and Bayer SOP guidelines.
  • Reviewed and analyzes medical information from medical records against billed procedures to ensure accurate coding of diagnostic and procedural information.
  • Chaperoned doctor to patient examinations, updated medical records, filing and organizing, receptionist, front office/back office.
  • Provide education to providers as necessary on documentation and coding guidelines to ensure that medical records meet all applicable standards
  • Trained nurses on documenting medications and other enhancements, admission medical record, transfer medical records and discharge medical records
  • Review hospital medical records for State of Massachusetts for utilization review, fraud and disciplinary actions against physicians.
  • Provided training and technical support for physicians and hospital medical staff on electronic medical records.
  • Deciphered physician orders and dictations, created and maintained medical records including patient history updates.
  • Managed relationships with providers to assist through the process of transitioning to electronic medical records.
  • Educated physician offices on electronic medical records and provides assistance with training if necessary.
  • Scanned relevant documents into PACS scanner to compile complete medical records of exam/procedures.
  • Designated to develop and maintain satellite office medical records and physicians' protocol.
  • Determined that proper medical records are attached as necessary for consideration of payment.
  • Provided clinical care and documentation of patients in Electronic Medical Records System.
  • Maintained comprehensive medical records and addressed daily medical issues or concerns.
  • Completed medical records for each encounter ensuring accurate and timely documentation.
  • Participated in clinical case presentations and update of patient medical records.
  • Instituted an electronic medical records system in conjunction with other personnel.

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5. Emergency Room

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Here's how Emergency Room is used in Physician jobs:
  • Developed efficiency in the use of various Emergency Room data management technology.
  • Handled patients at out-patient department and Emergency Room effectively.
  • Provided critical care in hospital emergency rooms.
  • Worked in hospitalization, emergency room.
  • Evaluate and treat patient of all ages with acute illness and injuries at small emergency room.
  • Operate mobile x-ray equipment in operating room, emergency room, or at patient's bedside.
  • Work in the Emergency Room performing initial evaluations, management and treatment of adult patients.
  • Provided emergency room coverage in 24 hour shifts for the soldiers and their wives.
  • Worked with the CEO on Hospital revenue cycle issues, and Emergency room flow.
  • Performed all the relevant duties of a Physician in Emergency Room for 9 years
  • Prioritize, diagnose and stabilize patients that come into the emergency room.
  • Treated patients at the hospital, Emergency Room and in outpatient clinic.
  • Worked in Emergency Rooms and Outpatient and Inpatient Departments on rotation.
  • Managed $200,000+, emergency room, and supply system budget.
  • Coordinated emergency room schedule for all physician's at the hospital.
  • Fast Track and Emergency Room physician at Camaguey-Cuba Health System.
  • Revised Job Description typed all Emergency Room policy updates.
  • Work as a unit secretary in the emergency room.
  • Diagnose and manage patients in acute distress on emergency room
  • Managed emergency room and supervised ER staff members.

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6. Clinical Staff

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Here's how Clinical Staff is used in Physician jobs:
  • Reviewed documentation of all Home health clinical staff to evaluate regulatory compliance and quality assurance.
  • Collaborated with clinical staff and specialty physicians on multiple discipline treatments and coordinated care efforts.
  • Assist Case Managers in identifying clinical staff with documentation deficiencies.
  • Managed mid-level clinical staff in office and hospital environments.
  • Supervised clinical staff, provided direction/instructions as needed.
  • Facilitated marketing training for clinical staff.
  • Maintained all clinical staff competencies/education records.
  • Coordinated clinical staff continuing education.
  • Build educational tools to present to physicians and other members of the clinical staff that would improve their documentation.
  • Assisted physician, nurses, and other clinical staff with direct and indirect patient care activities and services.
  • Provide education, both audit training and ICD 10 training for coders, providers, and clinical staff.
  • Assist in the recruiting, hiring and the development of the clerical and clinical staff.
  • Managed patient care, daily operations with immediate supervision over support and clinical staff.
  • Worked cross functionally with other teams (Medical, billing and clinical staff).
  • Provide customer service, service recovery and patient relations training to new clinical staff.
  • Coordinated end-user training for Managers, Business and Clinical Staff, & Coders.
  • Communicate with clinical staff to maintain patient flow and update waiting patients.
  • Helped to determine and oversee duties and functions of all clinical staff.
  • Implemented protocols to ensure clinical staff remained in compliance with state regulations.
  • Work with clinical staff and quality members to close HEDIS gaps.

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7. Insurance Companies

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Here's how Insurance Companies is used in Physician jobs:
  • Prepared complex reports for managed-care organizations and insurance companies, ensuring full compliance with agency requirements and tight deadlines.
  • Support of contracting director to enable development of improved payment and negotiation of contractual language of insurance companies.
  • Communicated with various insurance companies in order to verify patient eligibility and checking claim status.
  • Handled Medicare billing and provided follow-up services to insurance companies for physician services.
  • Called different insurance companies and retrieved effective dates for patient insurance policies.
  • Obtain eligibility and benefit information from insurance companies and accurately document information.
  • Obtain physician referrals and authorization from insurance companies for diagnostic testing.
  • Processed payments from insurance companies and prepared daily deposits.
  • Reprocessed aged claims and contacted insurance companies.
  • Received and made calls to various insurance companies to check the status of claims, appeals, and insurance eligibility.
  • Process claims for Medicare, Medicaid, HMO's, and PPO's and all other private insurance companies.
  • Consulted children and teenagers at their school correspondence with variance insurance companies to make referral for school age children
  • Post receipts from all insurance companies processing appeals when necessary and follow up on A/R for all carriers.
  • Worked and sent tasks for accounts that needed proper modifications to be paid by the insurance companies.
  • Calculate time/units for all Anesthesia claims, post payments and take adjustments for all insurance companies.
  • Worked closely with credentialing department and insurance companies to ensure prompt payment on all claims.
  • Bill charges to insurance companies and work denials, by provided documentation to insurance companies.
  • Communicate effectively with management, insurance companies and patients the status of accounts and issues.
  • Collaborate with Pharmacies and Insurance Companies for Medication Prior AuthsReason for leaving: Hours were reduced
  • Communicate with insurance companies on daily basis regarding EOB, reimbursements, rejected/denied bills.

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8. Surgery

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Here's how Surgery is used in Physician jobs:
  • Established and cultivated a comprehensive database of Physicians within the General Surgery, Orthopedic Surgery, and Anesthesiology specialties.
  • Participated actively as general surgery physician assistant in procedures such as hernia, appendectomy and acute abdomen problems.
  • Acted as assistant surgeon/1st surgical assistant in emergency operative cases in general surgery, obstetrics, and orthopedics
  • Staff Physician Assistant, Division of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery; Supervisor, Plastic Surgery Research Laboratory.
  • Performed emergency care, outpatient minor surgery, inpatient surgery assisting, and post-op management.
  • Assisted in developing physician syndication for outpatient surgery, imaging and medical office.
  • Performed follow ups, patient education and rehabilitation post spine surgery.
  • Address and assist any barriers to surgery, unless absolutely contraindicated.
  • Perform history and physical examination for patients schedule for elective surgery.
  • Observed sterile technique while preparing Cesarean Section surgery patients for delivery.
  • Maintained Medicare and Joint Commission accreditation for 24 ambulatory surgery centers.
  • Coordinated all Radiation and Chemotherapy for patients before and after surgery.
  • Performed medical primary ophthalmic care and co-management of refractive surgery.
  • Commission only position for physician offices and surgery centers.
  • Prepare patients for surgery / Physician morning conference consultations.
  • Analyzed patient condition and performed surgery if required.
  • Scheduled inpatient and outpatient surgery as needed.
  • Administered local anesthetic and performed minimal surgery.
  • Specialized in advanced pelvic surgery for women.
  • General Surgery duties include general surgery 1st assist

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9. Diagnosis

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Here's how Diagnosis is used in Physician jobs:
  • Developed training programs in Ergonomics for Medical Personnel-Diagnosis and Management of Cumulative Trauma Injuries, and in Medical X-ray-Theory and Technique.
  • Leveraged expert diagnosis and treatment abilities to complete physical assessments and designed integrated plans of care.
  • Determined diagnosis, made referrals to specialists, and prescribed medical and pharmaceutical treatment protocol.
  • Examined diagnosis codes for accuracy, completeness, specificity and appropriateness according to services rendered.
  • Lead Clinico-Pathological conferences with different departments for patient's diagnosis and available treatment options.
  • Administered medications and assisted in diagnosis of different illnesses.
  • Abstract electronically the primary & secondary diagnosis for transfusion.
  • Performed diagnosis and treatment of patients at Outpatient Facility.
  • Observed patient appointments/diagnosis/conclusion; reviewed case histories as appropriate.
  • Received training in HIV diagnosis and sexually-transmitted diseases.
  • Discussed diagnosis and treatment plan with supervising physician.
  • Interpreted laboratory findings and diagnosis to patients.
  • Review correct procedure codes corresponded with diagnosis.
  • Integrated patient management - examination, evaluation, diagnosis, prognosis and intervention - in a manner designed to optimize outcomes.
  • Compose diagnosis trend reports and analyze the physician's coding patterns and to see what is coming across on the claim.
  • Involved in the prevention, diagnosis, management, and treatment of various disease processes as it relates to Primary Medicine.
  • Worked closely with Secure Horizon's in educating providers on HCC diagnosis requirements for proper reimbursements of Medicare Advantage claims.
  • Gained experience in first-line diagnosis and treatment strategy based on patient symptoms, results of examination, and past history.
  • Lead and monitored operations of out-patient and in-patient departments to provide accurate disease diagnosis, treatment, and education.
  • Analyze and interpret patient's history, symptoms, physical findings, and diagnostic information to develop appropriate diagnosis.

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10. Physical Exams

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Here's how Physical Exams is used in Physician jobs:
  • Conduct In- home Wellness Assessments, including Physical Exams on patients who have the Medicare Advantage Plan.
  • Performed complete physical exams for in- and outpatients for a wide variety of colon and rectal diseases.
  • Provide medical care (physical exams, workers compensation exams, acute care, etc.)
  • Perform in-home life insurance physical exams on clients with blood, urine, and EKG collection.
  • Instructed groups of medical students on how to take medical history and perform physical exams.
  • Completed physical exams, primary care of adult population, diagnostic testing, prescribing medication.
  • Perform medical and physical exams, diagnose, and treat elderly ambulatory patients.
  • Performed sick and well patient physical exams for a medically complex patient population.
  • Secured histories, performed focused physical exams, and created treatment plans.
  • Perform regulated physical exams for OSHA, DOT and urgent care services.
  • Performed physical exams on new and existing donors in the serial program.
  • Performed physical exams, diagnosing and treating client reactions and conditions.
  • Perform physical exams, diagnose and treat illnesses of 300 employees.
  • Train new LPN's and performs employee physical exams and immunization.
  • Observe doctor-patient interviews, physical exams, and complicated procedures.
  • Perform follow up and annual physical exams on return donors.
  • Perform routine physical exams on daily basis for potential donors.
  • Observed physical exams in office.
  • Head to Toe physical exams.
  • Formulated diagnosis and treatment plan Supervised, instructed and evaluated medical students while performing physical exams.

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11. Primary Care Services

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Here's how Primary Care Services is used in Physician jobs:
  • Provided primary care services to uninsured/indigent patients from Southwest Houston and Sugar Land in this busy community clinic.
  • Provided Primary Care services at Asian Health Center and Korean Community Services Clinics.
  • Provided primary care services to active duty members and their families.
  • Employed part-time to provide primary care services on a non-appointment basis.
  • Provided primary care services to inmates and staff.
  • Employed part-time to provide primary care services.
  • Provided primary care services to an adult Spanish-speaking patient population in the San Mateo county system.

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12. Health Care

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Here's how Health Care is used in Physician jobs:
  • Developed and presented market needs assessments and identified strategic targets to improve market share for physicians and health care administrators.
  • Directed program and policy development including daily operations by recruiting other physicians, physician assistants and other health care staff.
  • Navigated through multiple Joint Commission accreditation surveys and Agency for Health Care Administration inspections with minimal deficiencies.
  • Treated and educated college age population on transgender health care, infectious disease and emergency preparedness.
  • Determined and coordinated disposition of patients for appropriate level of mental health care including discharge planning.
  • Assisted in developing, implementing procedures, and protocols to facilitate delivery of comprehensive health care.
  • Complete registrations of health care information seminars hosted by UHS facilities for community awareness and education.
  • Provided health care services to members under direction and responsibility of department Chief/ physician.
  • Negotiated risk-sharing contracts and amendments between health care providers and company.
  • Provide comprehensive adult and geriatric primary out-patient health care.
  • Attended Disney University Professional Development Program for Health Care.
  • Designated Women Health Care Provider to perform Gynecological exams.
  • Maintain cooperative relationships with other health care professionals.
  • Provided quality mental health care to 6 clients who are diagnosed as severely and persistently mentally ill in a correctional setting.
  • Completed extensive training in health care products and earned consistent recognition and promotions for outstanding sales results with state-of-the-art product lines.
  • Provided medical management and consulting services to physicians, IPA's, HMO's, and other health care organizations.
  • Referred patients with more serious conditions to specialists or other health care facilities for more intensive medical or surgical care.
  • Oversee public health programs, including statistical analysis, health care planning, surveillance systems, and public health improvement.
  • Observed Susan R. Cohen, MD in her office based clinical practice providing primary health care to children and adolescents.
  • Developed and maintained work relationships with other health care facilities to promote optimal patient care and growth of company.

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13. Medical Conditions

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Here's how Medical Conditions is used in Physician jobs:
  • Treated patients with emergency medical conditions and trauma victims, preventing life threatening consequences and disabilities.
  • Prescribed pharmaceuticals, other medication and treatment regiments as appropriate to assessed medical conditions.
  • Diagnosed medical conditions that warranted general surgery and other related treatments.
  • Performed physical exam and diagnosis of chronic and emergency medical conditions.
  • Counseled patients, monitoring and documenting medical conditions and progress.
  • Diagnosed and treated different acute and chronic medical conditions, examined patients, ordered, performed, and interpreted diagnostic testing.
  • Provided care to patients with complex medical conditions and as indicated, supervised mid-level providers, residents and other health professionals.
  • Provide education for the prevention of serious diseases and assist patients in the management of acute and chronic medical conditions.
  • Educated state employees of medical conditions as well as standard testing and treatment for those medical conditions.
  • Treated and educated patients with diabetes, bone loss, obesity, and other medical conditions.
  • Provided treatment and management of acute and chronic medical conditions for children and adults.
  • Consulted with clients on medical conditions and recorded info and data onto chart.
  • Treat, evaluate, and refer patients with acute and life-threatening medical conditions.
  • Treated acute and chronic medical conditions and preventative care of patients.
  • Call in patient medication for various problems and medical conditions.
  • Assist in daily evaluation of patients for variety medical conditions.
  • Examined up to 20-30 patients per day and assessed their medical conditions and provided proper treatment.
  • Shadowed physician to observe interactions with patients, medical conditions, teamwork between healthcare providers, hospital care environment.

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14. Vital Signs

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Here's how Vital Signs is used in Physician jobs:
  • Obtained vital signs and processed minor laboratory specimens.
  • Prescribed medications for patients and monitored vital signs.
  • Monitored and recorded physiological measurements/vital signs.
  • Conduct vital signs, weight, and temperature checks to record in manual charts or electronic health records (EPIC).
  • Assist with resident care as available* Measure and record vital signs* All while using a positive physical approach at all times
  • Train Nurses how to Locate and identify the status of your patient, document an initial set of vital signs.
  • Record vital signs such as, temp, blood pressure, pulse and respiration rate, and oxygen saturation.
  • Screen donors, take medical histories, vital signs, conduct HCT, protein, and other tests.
  • Documented vital signs such as height, weight, blood pressure, heart rate and oxygen saturation level.
  • Checked vital signs (blood pressure, temperature, pulse, heart rhythm) of patients during procedures.
  • Interview patients, measure vital signs, review medications list, and perform other medical procedures per protocol.
  • Demonstrated proficiency in taking patients medical histories and vital signs as well as in performing various injections.
  • Create donor accounts, screen donor for vital signs and blood levels prior to donating plasma.
  • Obtained pertinent medical information such as the donor's vital signs, height, and weight.
  • Complete and document physical assessments, vital signs, patient activities, and patient care.
  • Assisted Nurses on how to document and view their assessment and vital signs.
  • Measured patients' vital signs, such as blood pressure and temperature.
  • Take vital signs such as temperature, pulse respiratory and blood pressure.
  • Take blood samples for analysis, Monitoring vital signs, Prescribing medication.
  • Obtain vital signs, breathalyzer testing, conducts blood glucose level.

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15. Customer Service

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Here's how Customer Service is used in Physician jobs:
  • Skilled at coordinating patient schedules, and dealing with the patients directly Demonstrated profound ability to provide excellent customer service repeatedly.
  • Provide customer service to providers through explanation of Medicare policies and knowledge of guidelines, resulting in greater customer satisfaction.
  • Supervised directorate customer service interactions and streamlined procedural policies to ensure a high level of customer service was maintained.
  • Provide routine provider schedules to maximize customer service, patient access, provider productivity, and business operations.
  • Work collaboratively with other customer service representatives and supervisor to ensure that the best practices are shared and utilized
  • Trained and supervised departmental customer service representatives in troubleshooting and resolving complex patient satisfaction venues for 15 years.
  • Developed and maintained a network of providers through contract negotiation and a commitment to excellent customer service.
  • Provided excellent customer service, constantly met established productivity, schedule adherence, and quality standards.
  • Supervised 26 customer service representatives for NY Presbyterian Hospital & Weill Cornell Physician Business office.
  • Provided administrative and clerical research support to the Claims Customer Service Department Management and Staff.
  • Compiled and monitored customer service accountability and activity reports on a daily basis.
  • Attended meetings with management regarding customer service and improvements and patient satisfaction.
  • Interacted directly with patients and visitors in a customer service capacity.
  • Communicated effectively coworkers and other departments to provide excellent customer service.
  • Compiled a monthly customer service evaluation rating overall client satisfaction.
  • Demonstrate excellent customer service to internal and external customers.
  • Demonstrate exemplary customer service delivery and team-player attitude.
  • Demonstrate commitment to high quality customer service.
  • Provide exceptional customer service to patients/clients.
  • Provided administrative support and customer service.

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16. Urgent Care

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Here's how Urgent Care is used in Physician jobs:
  • Designed and implemented the Urgent Care Clinical Excellence Program, an educational initiative to reduce practice variability and errors.
  • Streamlined operational methodology for medical home, urgent care, and elective referral operation and contracting.
  • Provide urgent care to walk-in medical emergencies and recommend appropriate referrals.
  • Employed as an internal medicine physician in an ambulatory/urgent care clinic.
  • Managed on the job injuries, sutured minor lacerations, did basic splinting and casting, and provided urgent care services.
  • Evaluate and treat patients with a variety of medical issues to include chronic conditions as well as episodic and urgent care.
  • Provided outpatient and urgent care services to tribal members of all ages, emphasizing prevention, community health, and self-care.
  • Worked full-time as a Family Medicine Float physician covering other physicians when they are on vacation and working urgent care.
  • Provide in-home urgent care; Innovative medical model providing Urgent care treatment to patients in their home upon request.
  • Practiced primary care and urgent care in an extremely high volume medical center with a diverse patient population.
  • Worked in partnership with emergency-trained nurses to treat both adults and children in an urgent care setting.
  • Assisted in the evaluation and treatment of adult and pediatric patients in an urgent care setting.
  • Lead physician for scheduled and walk-in urgent care / primary care facility in rural WV.
  • Provided internal medicine care and urgent care to patients in the Columbus, MS area.
  • General primary, secondary and urgent care management of medical problems, all ages.
  • Staff physician in the Pediatric Urgent Care, Family Medicine clinic and emergency room.
  • General Family Medicine, Integrative Medicine, Workman's Comp, DOT, Urgent Care
  • Gained substantial and critical experience in the business operational aspects of urgent care.
  • Provided primary care and urgent care medicine, hospital rounds on weekends.
  • Treated patients for all acute conditions appropriate in an urgent care setting.

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17. Medical Care

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Here's how Medical Care is used in Physician jobs:
  • Provided primary medical care to the indigent in mini-medical clinics located in churches throughout metro Richmond
  • Provided comprehensive family-based medical care to a broad population cross-section in predominantly rural areas.
  • Coordinated both inpatient and ambulatory medical care for patients with chronic medical illnesses.
  • Provided comprehensive medical care and medical education to patients in primary care practice.
  • Provided comprehensive medical care to 300+ patients in community-based diabetes treatment program.
  • Provide domiciliary medical care on outpatient, emergent and critical patients.
  • Worked closely with supervising physician to ensure quality medical care.
  • Provide medical care and conduct wellness exams for uninsured beneficiaries.
  • Managed medical tourism practice and facilitate tourists medical care.
  • Provide outpatient medical care for military personnel.
  • Prescribed or administered medication, and other specialized medical care to treat or prevent illness, disease, or injury.
  • Review of Medical Charts in patients hospitalized from car accidents for Insurance Company, verifying quality indicators of medical care.
  • Provided medical care for pediatric patients and was in charge of diagnoses, care and treatment of pediatric patients.
  • Planned and carried out medical care program for children from birth through adolescence and insured that immunizations were administered.
  • Participate in the activities of quality assurance; pharmacy, infection control, safety and medical care committees.
  • Managed and provided acute, urgent, preventive, curative, and rehabilitative medical care to pediatrics patients.
  • Exhibited expert knowledge of policies, procedures, ethical standard and laws regarding delivery of medical care.
  • Work with physicians and medical departments to assure patients' receive proper medical care and appointment scheduling.
  • Worked directly with patients and their families to coordinate, plan, and transition medical care.
  • Provided medical care and vaccination to patients from diverse communities including children under 5 years old.

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18. EMR

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Here's how EMR is used in Physician jobs:
  • Learn Power Chart (EMR) Then Teach Power Chart (EMR) To Physicians Prior To Electronic System Going Live.
  • Initial audit of 110 physicians from EMR Audit E/M documentation, compliance and medical necessity Completion of audit form.
  • Assist and answer questions for new hire physicians with the EMR (Electronic Medical Record) processes.
  • Train and support providers on utilizing the Epic EMR system to provide patient care at its best.
  • Worked with CHKD wide staff, managers, & directors to coordinate & facilitate EMR system.
  • Performed all duties of medical billing, set up of EMR, re-credentialing and new contracts.
  • Created comprehensive narratives procured from relevant, related information from various source documents and EMR.
  • Reduced storage costs by pulling old patient charts, shredding or scanning them into EMR.
  • Assisted physicians to learn about newly introduced Electronic Medical Record (EMR) system.
  • Coordinated & attended EMR Physician Advisory Committee & other project team meetings as needed.
  • Register patients and enters or updates demographic and insurance information into EMR system.
  • Implemented new EMR system and helped train 11 Physicians and all supporting staff.
  • Worked closely with Information Service department to create & develop EMR system.
  • Developed EMR extractions protocol while assisting in the Development of Senior Programs.
  • Follow the guidelines of standard of care, knowledge of EMR.
  • Contract consultant Physician Champion preparing new EMR system for live use.
  • Learned sophisticated EMR software and trained physicians and nurses on functionality.
  • Collected patient medical history for physician and input into EMR.
  • Operated C-arm and processed studies for electronic filing to EMR.
  • Completed patient documentation in paper charts and EMR-Easy Charts.

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19. EKG

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Here's how EKG is used in Physician jobs:
  • Ordered and interpreted results of different diagnostic tests including EKG and laboratory results.
  • Assist Physician-Perform Vitals, EKG's-Administrative Skills
  • Diagnosed illnesses, interpreted and prescribed applicable tests (blood work, X-Rays, EKG, MRI, etc.)
  • Ordered, analyze and interpret lab and diagnostic studies including blood work, EKG's and PFT's.
  • Record physician and radiologist interpretations of ultrasounds, x-rays, CAT scans, and EKG results.
  • Order diagnostic test and such as x-ray, EKG, laboratory test and interpret test results.
  • Perform PAP's, minor surgical procedures and interrupting labs and imagines and PFT and EKG's
  • Job responsibilities include ordering and interpreting labs, EKG, x-rays, imaging studies.
  • Set up patients on EKG and monitor patient blood pressure during stress tests.
  • Interpret EKG's and build reports to be sent to medical practices.
  • Administered medications, did blood draws, and performed EKG's.
  • Performed 10 lead EKG and obtained lab work ordered by physician.
  • Obtain demographic assessment, EKG, and administer TB skin tests.
  • Bill EKG according to inpatient, outpatient ER status.
  • General support patient support functions EKG, Blood Pressure.
  • Administered and document vaccines, Perform EKG.
  • Learned how to perform EKG.
  • Signed all lab reports, EKG's, x-rays, sonograms.
  • Perform EKG, ECP, and ICG.
  • Operated equipment such as EKGs, external defibrillators and bag-valve mask resuscitators in advanced life-support environments.

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20. Test Cases

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Here's how Test Cases is used in Physician jobs:
  • Lead an effort to document all the test cases, requirements and design documents to develop PQRS DV supporting applications.
  • Developed and Executed Automation and Manual test cases for Functional testing of various modules of the application.
  • Developed and implemented Test plans, Test scenarios, and Test cases as per the requirements.
  • Document and execute unit test cases.
  • Developed test cases and performed unit testing using Mockito test framework.
  • Developed Junit Test Cases and Integrated Test Cases using Junit3.

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21. CPT

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Here's how CPT is used in Physician jobs:
  • Performed data entry using CPT and Diagnosis codes*Updated and verified insurance information*Performed other special tasks assigned to employees
  • Use of medical billing/diagnosis codes (CPT, ICD-9) Use of Nursing knowledge in order to determine appropriateness of charges.
  • Provided thorough, timely and accurate review of ICD9 and/or CPT4 code assignments from both office and surgery notes.
  • Letter Templates, patient account work-up to include Billing and Claim Processing with CPT and ICD-9 diagnosis codes.
  • Reviewed HCFA 1500 forms to verify coding accuracy (CPT & ICD-9) prior to electronic submission.
  • Coded ICD-9 and CPT for: Orthopedic Trauma Surgery, General Surgery, burns, and abdominal surgeries
  • Work all errors daily, including CPT, Diagnosis, Modifiers, Signature and IE errors.
  • Coded a variety of surgeries and services using CPT-4 and ICD-9, Modifiers and HCPCS codes.
  • Coded and billed CPT-4 Surgical and ICD-9 Physician Anesthesiology charges from charge slips and operative reports.
  • Review EHR to capture correct ICD 10, CPT Codes for Hospital, Outpatient billing.
  • Review documentation in order to assign correct ICD-9-CM codes and CPT codes for accurate billing.
  • Identify improper CPT4-ICD9 codes, answering incoming calls, prepare and maintain daily log.
  • Interpreted medical reports to apply appropriate ICD-9, ICD-10, CPT-4 and HCPCS codes.
  • Process in Epic assuring that the correct ICD-9 codes and CPT codes are specified.
  • Developed matrix for billing with coding modifiers based on CPT-4 for behavioral health services.
  • Maintained governmental compliance by coding all anesthesia claims with ICD-9 and CPT-4 codes.
  • Enforced correct use of ICD9-CM, CPT codes, HIPAA compliance-patient privacy rule.
  • Track, purchase and maintain CPT4, ICD9 and Fee Schedule publications.
  • Assign appropriate CPT codes and modifiers based on codes and insurance requirements.
  • Trained in Both ICD and CPT Coding Manuals with regard to reimbursement.

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22. Data Entry

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Here's how Data Entry is used in Physician jobs:
  • Performed real-time documentation via data entry using hospital software and other medical information systems during medical exams.
  • Manage of day to day data entry, including, but not limited to quality control, data entry.
  • Received and processed payments for deductible and or co-pays for patient surgeries, using data entry and specialized software.
  • Interview Physicians to obtain information for their CV through cold calling, building those clients, and data entry
  • Instructed and trained end-users with the completion of data entry of member's records and information.
  • Handle this data entry in a fast, efficient way to minimize patient wait times.
  • Completed data entry for each doctor interviewed and maintained a high quality control pass rate.
  • Transferred calls, data entry of patient information, reception duties, pulled patient files.
  • Assist nurses, unit clerks and ancillary areas with data entry to ensure accuracy.
  • Assisted with staffing functions, equipment maintenance, physician reports and patient data entry
  • Processed billing tickets, and ran daily Compu-Record reports and data entry.
  • Perform data entry by collecting and verifying information regarding the patient.
  • Performed Data Entry, Class Scheduling, Information Assistance tasks.
  • Performed 80-100 patient data extraction and data entry per day.
  • Average data entry for documenting 175+ calls per day.
  • Created data entry forms for both patients and physicians.
  • Verify accuracy of data entry for all admission cards.
  • Update various data bases, extensive data entry.
  • Assisted with data entry of patient information.
  • Scheduled appointments and data entry.

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23. Family Practice

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Here's how Family Practice is used in Physician jobs:
  • Provided physician coverage for owner of a Family Practice/Occupational Medicine clinic during absences
  • Supervised UT Family Practice residents rotating through Memorial Hospital
  • Code Home health, Anesthesia, Cardiovascular, Family Practice, and Internal Medicine, Dermatology, and Family Medicine.
  • Attend to adult and pediatric patients in family practice clinic; also as needed in the walk-in clinic.
  • Practice Administrator Responsible for the daily operations of an 8-provider family practice office and supervision of 50 employees.
  • Managed family practice and urgent care centers usually as History the solitary MD on while seeing patients.
  • Worked short term assignments in a Family Practice setting taking care of patients of all ages.
  • Attend and treat adult and pediatric patients in the family practice clinic and urgent care clinic.
  • Saw patients in a family practice environment and wrote consultation for further evaluation as needed.
  • Provide services to pediatric, family practice, prenatal, adult, and general practice.
  • Managed the inputting of records for 10 family practices and 1 urgent care facility.
  • Started and have run a solo family practice with after hours urgent care.
  • Provided full spectrum of Family Practice services to both national and international staff.
  • Used this opportunity to also promote the family practice office services.
  • Supported Family Practice, Pediatric, and Urgent Care support.
  • Provide family practice for young adults to senior adults.
  • Graduated of Specialist in First Degree Family Practice.
  • Performed intake assessments in a family practice office.
  • Work with one family practice physician.
  • Included pediatrics and family practice.

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24. Pediatrics

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Here's how Pediatrics is used in Physician jobs:
  • Rotated between various specialties including family medicine, internal medicine, surgery, gynecology and pediatrics.
  • Worked in Maternity, Pediatrics, and Internal Medicine for emergency and non-Emergency ambulatory patients.
  • Conducted clinical clerkship primarily in surgery and pediatrics.
  • Specialized in pediatrics and sports chiropractic medicine.
  • Board Certification American Board of Pediatrics.
  • Worked as General Physician at the pediatrics department of the Children Hospital in Tunis for a period of six months.
  • Evaluated and treated a wide variety of primary care patients across the age spectrum, pediatrics to geriatrics.
  • Worked as first on call doctor in the departments of Surgery, Pediatrics, Medicine, Obstetrics and Gynecology
  • Observed doctors complete patient care assignments and other clinical roles in Primary Care, Pediatrics and Oncology settings.
  • General medicine consultations, pediatrics, gynecology, infectious disease, water sanitation, and waste evacuation.
  • Shadowed physicians in the fields of Obstetrics and Gynecology, Pediatrics, and Family Medicine.
  • Conducted clinical clerkship in surgery, medicine, pediatrics, obstetrics and gynecology.
  • Assisted in planning activities for summer day camp for pediatrics along with OT.
  • Assisted families with transition of care from pediatrics into adult providers.
  • Monitor Telemetry for Medical/Surgical, PCU, and Pediatrics.
  • Provided medical treatment and immunization of patients with adults and pediatrics pathologies.
  • Specialized in Pediatrics) Staff Pediatrician in Department of Clinical Diagnostics.
  • Partnered with another physician in a primary care family medicine practice for a patient population that ranged from pediatrics to geriatrics.
  • Use of indigenous herbal remedies for infantile colic: risks, benefits and complications (1993) Pediatrics Grand rounds.
  • Examined, diagnosed and administered treatment to patients, mainly in pediatrics Maintained extensive patient contact.

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25. Medicaid

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Here's how Medicaid is used in Physician jobs:
  • Performed first- and second-level reviews of Medicaid and Medicare charts for quality of care issues and resource utilization appropriateness.
  • Followed standard Medicaid/Medicare billing requirements to ensure that patient billing was completed on time and accurately.
  • Developed Medicaid Secondary Payer operational policy to coordinate Medicaid benefits with other health insurance benefits.
  • Verified Medicare and Medicaid as well as other insurance eligibility and claims online.
  • Provided guidance to stakeholders on the interpretation and application of Medicaid laws.
  • Evaluated innovative Medicaid models of care for disabled and elderly population.
  • Investigated billing discrepancies for all major carriers including Medicare and Medicaid.
  • Check for patient eligibility of Medicare/Medicaid by phone or web.
  • Processed applications for physician participation in the NYS Medicaid program.
  • Analyzed Medicare / Medicaid to verify secondary coverage for billing.
  • Conducted comprehensive health assessments for Medicare Advantage and Medicaid populations
  • Performed collection duties on any past due Medicare/Medicaid accounts.
  • Processed Medicaid claims in accordance with government guidelines.
  • Performed intensive in-house health assessments for Medicare/Medicaid patients.
  • Filed insurance claims including Medicare and Medicaid.
  • Reviewed Medicaid/Medicare health insurance claims for payment.
  • Coordinated and managed Medicaid programs/projects.
  • Contributed to obtaining ICANL accreditation for Nuclear Lab as mandated by Medicare and Medicaid, completed 6 months prior to deadline.
  • Required to determine patient co-pays, verify Medicaid eligibility and ensure all patient information was up to date and correct.
  • Authored appeals letters for hospitals on Medicare, Medicaid, HMO, commercial insurance denials, and level-of-care consulting.

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26. Triage

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Here's how Triage is used in Physician jobs:
  • Provided overall quality prenatal health care, gynecological services, patient triage, referred patients with complications, provided patient education service
  • Performed triage to differentiate between emergency and ambulatory conditions.
  • Initial patient evaluation and triage classification.
  • Answer and appropriately triage incoming calls to Emergency Department; Page physician services and contact other ancillary services per physician orders.
  • Assist Doctor, Schedule appointments, Triage Patients, Fax over RX, Collect Copay, and Perform
  • Worked as first layer of triage in military clinics and treated personnel in urgent and routine cases
  • Maintain, file and mail dictated office notes and records, triage patient phone calls.
  • Conducted triage of incoming patients and prioritized them based upon the severity of illness.
  • Performed patient triage, individual cases, aggregate reviews, and literature reviews.
  • Schedule appointments, check-in/check-out, patient registration, and triage incoming calls.
  • Facilitate all Peer Review Triage meetings.
  • Triaged mild patient-concerns and recommended appropriate OTC therapy.
  • Triaged emergency patient information from hospitals.
  • Improved triage time to time seen (40-50%), and utilized a preformatted paper ED chart.
  • Triaged phone calls and also took messages, passing them along to the correct physician.
  • Certified Medical Assistant Performs triage, monitors and records vitals of all visiting patients.
  • Provided emergency care, treatment, evaluation, stabilization and triage.
  • Received and triaged switchboard calls for UT campus and affiliated institution.
  • Triaged, diagnosed and treated minor traumas and general consultations.
  • Triaged the pt, while taking vitals.

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27. Medical Staff

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Here's how Medical Staff is used in Physician jobs:
  • Labor Management, development of budget management and quality assurance methodologies to employees and medical staff.
  • Improved documentation quality by training medical staff and promoting ways to decrease overall resource consumption.
  • Collaborated with medical staff regarding inventory requirements to ensure par levels were maintained.
  • Provide assistance to the medical staff by researching reference materials for requested information.
  • Attended outpatient clinic activities and discussed differential diagnosis on patients seen with medical staff
  • Monitored and supervised efficient working of medical staff members at obstetric department.
  • Provided Medical Staff Services with physician specific quality data necessary for reappointment.
  • Reviewed pulmonary function test results and discussed therapeutic approach with medical staff.
  • Implement specialty specific medical staff orientations for all newly credentialed physicians.
  • Formulated differential diagnosis and discussed treatment plan with medical staff.
  • Performed other necessary medical staff duties as directed.
  • Helped medical staff Navigate/Report/Resolve issues in the system
  • Developed/maintained relationships-700+ medical staff members.
  • Acted as resource for the medical staff regarding federal and state utilization, quality, and safety regulations.
  • Interacted extensively with a broad range of medical staff members regarding patient care, status, and progress.
  • Ensured appropriate medical follow-ups by the contract Physician, Detention Administrator, and/or other medical staff personnel.
  • Presented lectures on tobacco control, vaccinations and the importance of preventive medicine to the medical staff.
  • Collaborate with the medical staff by educating physicians on how to reduce length of hospital stay.
  • Provided necessary supplies, support and assistance to medical staff and patients for unit specific procedures.
  • Earned medical staff privileges at St. Luke's Roosevelt Hospital, New York, New York.

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28. Radiology

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Here's how Radiology is used in Physician jobs:
  • Researched and provided ways to keep business within the corporation by utilizing untapped resources for scheduling radiology referrals.
  • Processed physician requests for comparative films from radiology library and insured delivery and return of films.
  • Participated in various medical department rotations including CCU, Radiology, infectious and gastrointestinal unit.
  • Transmit requests to appropriate areas for ordered tests, cardiology/ lab/radiology and outpatient services.
  • Collaborated with team members and successfully bid for Harris County outsourced radiology contract.
  • Managed the installation of a new dedicated Radiology Information System.
  • Document laboratory and radiology findings as dictated by the physician.
  • Provided expert opinion for elective outpatient radiology imaging authorization.
  • Chart all laboratory and radiology results.
  • Document laboratory, or radiology results.
  • Submitted radiology reports for appeals.
  • Specialized in Trauma, Orthopedic, Neurology, Radiology, Hospital Surgery, Plastic Surgery, Family Medicine and Anesthesia billing.
  • Renegotiated House-Based contracts in ER, Radiology, and Pathology, which had significant impact on volume growth and patient/physician satisfaction.
  • Schedule tests and procedures (including radiology, cardiology, and respiratory) utilizing the hospital and clinic computer systems.
  • Guided physicians on how to enter orders for ancillary areas such as labs, radiology, dietary, and pharmacy.
  • Code Pediatric for Physician side for E/M, Orthopedics, Burns, Cleft Palates, injections and Fractures, Radiology.
  • Work occasional weekends reading emergency radiology studies including CT, MR, ultrasound, nuclear medicine, and plain films
  • Coded out-patient hospital services for Obstetrics, Operative Reports for Minor Surgical procedures, Radiology, ENT and Podiatry.
  • Worked effectively with the departments in the office, laboratories, radiology departments and all departments in NYU.
  • Promoted to perform coding and auditing operations in the areas of radiology, ER, and urgent care.

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29. Icd-9

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Here's how Icd-9 is used in Physician jobs:
  • Used the ICD-9-CM codes, and looked up the disease and medications as they applied to each individual case.
  • Evaluate and verify correct billing information (Insurance Company, physician name, ICD-9 codes).
  • Look up ICD-9 codes to verify if a code has been changed.
  • Check encounters forms to make sure that all ICD-9 codes are marked.
  • Updated the ICD-9 codes on claims ensuring claims were billed properly.
  • Educate Physicians and medical office personnel on ICD-9 coding guidelines.
  • Assigned ICD-9 codes to Encounter forms based on physician documentation.
  • Reviewed Hospitalist charges for proper EM levels and ICD-9 codes.

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30. Scheduling Appointments

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Here's how Scheduling Appointments is used in Physician jobs:
  • Created streamline process for scheduling appointments for regional physician offices.
  • Performed clerical duties like proofreading, typing, accepting orders, sorting mails and scheduling appointments.
  • Assist with answering phones, scheduling appointments, checking patients in and out.
  • Assist patients with referrals to doctors as well as scheduling appointments.
  • Assisted patients with scheduling appointments Sent messages to doctors requesting medical advice and reviewed results for test completed.
  • Assisted the front office with patient files and paperwork Created patient referrals, along with scheduling appointments
  • Front Office Specialist/Central Scheduling Assist patients and physician offices in scheduling appointments Manage phones Manage physician and ultrasound schedules
  • Answered multi-line telephone Assisted patients with scheduling appointments and/or referrals Received co-payments/billing payments from patients Maintained office supply stock and orders

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31. Phone Calls

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Here's how Phone Calls is used in Physician jobs:
  • Handle in-bound telephone inquiries from the physicians; make out-bound telephone calls to doctors to provide appropriate medical responses.
  • Provided services as switchboard for the medicine clinic by answering phone calls and directing them to the appropriate areas.
  • Assist members in their selection of personal care physicians (PCP) by phone calls or e-mails.
  • Make follow up phone calls on all patients post procedure and post discharge from the hospital.
  • Attended phone calls to handle with patient concerns; to aid with physician billing questions queries.
  • Resolve physician claims with insurances providers through phone calls, websites, and correspondence.
  • Received phone calls and directed them to the appropriate department or staff members.
  • Follow up letters, phone calls and subsequent appointments for future trips.
  • Responded to phone calls and emails from physicians regarding all administrative issues.
  • Worked aged A/R reports, sent letters, and follow-up phone calls.
  • Prompt response to telephone calls and call-backs to patients and referring doctors.
  • Account follow up with insurances via web portals and through phone calls.
  • Answered after hour's phone calls giving advice to established patients.
  • Manage incoming phone calls and provide assistance to patients and visitors.
  • Follow up phone calls to check statuses of the enrollment process.
  • Answer incoming phone calls and assist patients with billing inquiries.
  • Handle telephone calls and direct the callers to appropriate personnel.
  • Receive phone calls from physicians, offices, and management.
  • Typed correspondence, answer telephone calls and greet patients.
  • Answer and make phone calls for assigned physician.

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32. Cardiology

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Here's how Cardiology is used in Physician jobs:
  • Coded inpatient physician charges for Cardiology and General Surgery.
  • Board Certified in Nuclear Cardiology, Certification Board of Nuclear Cardiology, 2014.
  • Trained to scribe in the emergency medicine environment as well as cardiology.
  • Scheduled new, follow-up and diagnostic testing for cardiology patients.
  • Recruited ENT and cardiology groups under varied compensation models.
  • Accepted by American College of Cardiology 1/20/12.
  • Added cardiology and primary care accounts.
  • Completed inpatient cardiology consultations for Abington Medical Specialists (AMS) Cardiology Group
  • Attended Tufts New England Medical Pharmaceutical School of Excellence in Cardiology and Gastroenterology
  • Scheduled and Pre-registered new for Cardiology, Vascular and Thoracic.
  • Registered Nurse-Physician Clinical Coordinator (Pulmonary and Cardiology Dept.
  • Assign E&M codes to cardiology inpatient, outpatient, observation, and rehab hospitalvisits.
  • Learned medical/cardiology terminology, risk factors for heart disease, different conditions affecting the heart.
  • Worked in subspecialty of Cardiology in inpatient, outpatient and the emergency settings.
  • Triaged and ascertained urgency of patients with very serious cardiology issues.
  • Lead - Cardiology & Interventional CardiologyLead - Wound Care
  • Assisted sub-specialists on their visits in subjects of pulmonology, gastroenterology, cardiology, endocrinology and psychiatry.
  • Attended Cardiology clinics, observed cardiac catheterization and attended cardiac ICUs.
  • Provided Support in cardiology department to Physicians and NP Provided Support to Surgeons, CRNA's and RN's.

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33. Cpoe

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Here's how Cpoe is used in Physician jobs:
  • Provide CPOE/Medication Reconciliation/Physician Documentation/E-Prescribing implementation support and staff training.
  • Conducted facility Physician CPOE readiness assessments.
  • Provided 1-on-1 education and support for end users in ED, Med & Surgery in CPOE, ClinDoc and ASAP module.
  • Worked closely with the OB department who had several unique needs for their ability to adapt to CPOE smoothly.
  • Trained physicians on CPOE, Power Note in Power chart, Power Orders and Nurses on Medication & Reconciliation.
  • Support Physician with power-notes, CPOE, medication reconciliation, e-prescribe, message center, setting preferences and favorites.
  • Provided CPOE supporting Stork for Labor & Delivery, for nursing, care assistants and OBMD.
  • Provided support to physicians and nurses in CPOE, Mar, Med Administration, and scheduling.
  • Supported the physicians and Nurses in CPOE, MAR, Med Administration, and Reg.
  • Assisted Physicians with CPOE and helped them through questions with creating new order sets.
  • Filled in as the CPOE Project Manager when the health system was between managers.
  • Provided education on the physician adoption process (CPOE and documentation).
  • Power Chart, Power CPOE, Flow sheets support to physicians
  • Champion at the time of CPOE deployment.
  • Provided CPOE training to physician in ED.
  • Supported for CPOE and clinical documentation.
  • Completed and documented CPOE Readiness Assessment.
  • Assisted in the training and roll out of ED CPOE.
  • Audited Order entry formats to make sure they would apply for the move to CPOE Completed and documented Physician Readiness Assessment
  • Ensured physicians, nurses, patient care technicians, and unit coordinators implemented and activated accurate Cerner CPOE.

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34. ICU

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Here's how ICU is used in Physician jobs:
  • Assess the performance of subordinates through yearly evaluations, positively articulating their strengths and offering supportive guidance in areas needing improvement.
  • Advised physician engagement team on education, coordination, curriculum development and training
  • Articulate communicator with outstanding listening skills working with patients and clinicians.
  • Implemented Physician Documentation at a customer site in Connecticut.
  • Developed and delivered all comprehensive client-specific call center curricula.
  • Reviewed applicants curriculum vitae, references and credentials.
  • Provided primary care to a multicultural patient population.
  • Provided additional staff coverage to NICU on rotating basis
  • Developed a Curriculum Vitae which was viewed by hospitals, medical centers and practices that were looking to hire new doctors.
  • Performed resuscitation, stabilized patients and send directly to ICU, surgical team for emergency surgery, labor and delivery.
  • Served as a liaison between patients and attending in the Emergency Department, Intensive care unit, and PICU.
  • Managed and adjusted ventilator settings for patients in various settings including ICU, Post-anesthesia care unit and step-down unit.
  • Clean, inspect, and sterilize surgical instruments; meticulously maintain autoclave log and perform routine BI test daily.
  • Prepared and presented curriculum and performance updates, course summaries and presentations for the program director and board members.
  • Provided night shift attending physician ICU coverage to a hospital affiliated with the University of North Dakota.
  • Served as a readily available source of medical information to the review team regarding particular claim reviews.
  • Maintain working knowledge of social and behavioral sciences, particularly as applied to the correctional institutional setting.
  • Provided critical care services to a 29-bed combined Medical/Surgical ICU in a Level II trauma center.
  • Organized monthly mobile clinic in difficult or remote areas of the community and made home visit.
  • Developed programs to provide quality care while decreasing LOS in ICU and improving ventilator times.

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35. Cerner

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Here's how Cerner is used in Physician jobs:
  • Supported Physicians and mid level providers during CERNER conversion.
  • Collected View Space comments, revised content and facilitated approvals, to allow import to Cerner production environment for rapid implementation.
  • Documented /escalated user build/design requests to Cerner build team.
  • Received knowledge transfer from Cerner PowerPlan project manager.
  • Job Duties: Perform assessments on adult patients and record findings using Cerner Power Chart.
  • Educated and trained physicians on Cerner applications in a classroom setting of 6-18 physicians.
  • Define Meaningful use with Health IT, especially with Cerner Health Records.
  • Provide first line support for end users of Cerner PowerChart for Go-Live.
  • Audit manual records with electronic (Cerner) records for accuracy.
  • Completed 3 weeks of train-the-trainer on all aspects of Cerner Millennium.
  • Provided support for Cerner Power Plans, PowerChart, Dynamic documentation.
  • Provided positive reinforcement and compliance from multiple staff to Cerner HER
  • Provide feedback with Cerner improvements that align with meaningful use.
  • Pull information needed from Hospital System using Cerner and Epic
  • Scheduled procedures for patients in Cerner.
  • Med software; PWPM, Cerner, Encoder, Excel, etc
  • Take charge of resolving workflow issues, as well as recommended tactical initiatives to ensure seamless Execution of Cerner implementation.
  • Provided the Physicians with one on one support with technical and workflow issues, during their transition to Cerner.
  • Address patients against clinical e Medical data using Cerner software Vital signs, medication input, stock and inventory
  • Worked extensively in patient chart documentation with Cerner, Epic, and Medent electronic medical record systems.

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36. Private Practice

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Here's how Private Practice is used in Physician jobs:
  • Established a private practice offering services including obstetrical and primary care and preventive health counseling.
  • Solo Private Practice; General Obstetrics-Gynecology; inpatient and outpatient services
  • Staff physician in an outpatient, hospital-owned private practice
  • Partner in a private practice purchased from retiring physicians
  • Work closely with private practices to maintain relationships to grow physician's referrals for all hospital service lines.
  • Attended Outpatient Clinic in the private practice of Dr. Alba Jose Hernandez.
  • Cared for adult and pediatric patients within an outpatient private practice setting.
  • Designed the building layout, created and operated a private practice
  • Conducted private practice for one year specializing in Family practice.
  • Launched a thriving private practice, with minimal overhead.
  • Employed in a two physician private practice GI group.
  • Implemented Age Specific treatment guidelines in private practice.
  • Solo private practice from scratch, limited hospital
  • General Medicine Private Practice I provided comprehensive medical care for the Harlem community.
  • Designed timelines and assessment for the re-entry of compromised physicians into private practice.
  • General Physician Private Practice and Oct. 2015-Mar.2017aesthetics medicine
  • Practiced medicine as employed internal medicine physician in a hospital setting (equivalent to hospitalist) and then in private practice.
  • Job Description: After graduation from medical school in 2004 I had my private practice as a general practitioner.
  • General Hospital---Regular ER shifts while in private practice, Tillamook approximately 1978-1988.
  • Group Private practice Inpatient (including pediatric and critical care) and Outpatient care

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37. Obstetrical

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Here's how Obstetrical is used in Physician jobs:
  • Introduced in-office obstetrical and gynecological ultrasound procedures.
  • Provided obstetrical/pregnancy services, deliveries.
  • Delivered High Risk Obstetrical and Primary Care to indigent pregnant clients with complex co- morbid conditions in a public health setting.
  • Refined experience working with obstetrical high risk patients; included planning and support provided to 20 -30 high risk patients simultaneously.
  • Involved in caring for patients with fast changing, and complex medical and surgical, obstetrical and pediatric cases.
  • included urinary tract infections, vaginal infections, sexually transmitted diseases, menstrual disorders and other obstetrical-gynecologic concerns.
  • Provided assistance to nursing staff in Obstetrical pre-labor atmosphere.
  • Provided office based Obstetrical and Gynecologic servicesThis was a locum tenens position
  • Performed supervised colposcopy, cervical and vulvar biopsies, limited obstetrical dating, and IUD insertions.

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38. Oncology

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Here's how Oncology is used in Physician jobs:
  • Received intense training and learned all aspects of Oncology, enabling me to market all specialized areas to outlying physicians.
  • Managed needs of JHCP and the Departments of Medicine, Anesthesiology, Radiation Oncology, and OB/GYN.
  • Attended radiation oncology clinic for new patients beginning treatment as well as follow-ups for returning patients.
  • Enter deposits from TOPS (Texas Oncology Pharmacy Services).
  • Assigned E/M and diagnoses codes for oncology and emergency medicine.
  • Provided direct elbow support to physicians working in Oncology Unit.
  • Produced customized Physician Reports for the entire Oncology Team.
  • Maintained Daily Master schedule for all 4 Oncology clinics.
  • Supported in Telemetry, Oncology, and Pediatric units.
  • Specialized in lung cancers in department of oncology.
  • Worked as consultant physician in Department of Oncology.
  • support for Epic Inpatient Go Live Support covering Oncology/Hematology departments and Clinics.
  • Assessed physical and mental health of Oncology/Hematology patients.
  • Gained experience and expertise in handling ICSRs pertaining to Oncology, Central Nervous System, Cardiovascular System and Anti-Infective therapy.
  • Presented in Grand Round for Division of Hematology-Oncology at John H Stroger Hospital, Chicago.
  • Attended patients with Haemophila and Hemo-oncology.
  • Used Meditech software and helped with overflow coding from Oncology, Neurology and Hospitalists.
  • Treated in-patients in departments of General Medicine, Gastroenterology, Medical Oncology and Rheumatology and performed ambulatory services for these subspecialties.
  • Wind River Oncology Medical Oncology/Hematology Riverton Memorial Hospital Riverton, Wyoming Provided specialized care for inpatients and outpatients
  • based in Malawi) Focuses: Pediatric HIV, Emergency & Critical Care Medicine, Oncology

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39. Front Desk

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Here's how Front Desk is used in Physician jobs:
  • Supported front desk staff on how to Register a new patient, collect an insurance coverage and make an appointment.
  • Determined which insurance to bill as primary and secondary while working at front desk entering patient protected health information.
  • Provided Elbow assistance to end user and educated front desk users on how to assign bed and view occupancy.
  • Educated physicians, clinicians and front desk staff of new work flows ensuring patient care and accurate documentation in Epic
  • Front desk duties include checking in patients, getting patient information, answering phones, billing.
  • Job duties also included front desk receptionist which included insurance verification, check-in and check-out processes.
  • Provided training for front desk staffs on registering patient through the ED manager & Track board
  • Assist with front desk reception including deciding the degree of urgency of each patient.
  • Provided support to Front Desk staffs on how to navigate through the message center.
  • Assisted the front Desk on how to schedule and register patient for appointment.
  • Trained front desk how to reconcile cash drawer contents to posted payment.
  • Supervised all administrative staff including front desk, medical billing and collections.
  • Check patients in and collect co pays at the front desk.
  • Train new Employees and over saw front desk operations when needed.
  • Front desk support for scheduling, registration and appointment follow-up.
  • Assist front desk with check-in and check-out of patients.
  • Front desk public contact, check patients in.
  • Filled in for Front Desk Reception.
  • Front desk Check in and Check out.
  • Assisted the front desk staff in telephone encounter and working through their in-basket messages

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40. Gynecology

low Demand
Here's how Gynecology is used in Physician jobs:
  • Offered medical consults in areas related to general medicine, gynecology and obstetrics.
  • Worked in single specialty group of four physicians specializing in general Obstetrics and Gynecology
  • Performed obstetrics and gynecology along with cosmetic surgery
  • General obstetrics and gynecology practice.
  • Owned and operated office gynecology practice
  • Board certified physician in Obstetrics and Gynecology with 90% clinical practice, 10% research and advocacy.
  • General Obstetrics and Gynecology, including prenatal care; labor and delivery for 120 births annually
  • Created and built a clinical/surgical practice for 6,000 patients specializing in Obstetrics and Gynecology.
  • Performed all duties in various practices of obstetrics and gynecology.
  • Practiced the full scope of Obstetrics and Gynecology
  • Founder and owner of a Gynecology speciality practice.
  • solo practice in obstetrics and gynecology
  • Job involves supervising residents in managing L&D and patients admitted through ER and supervising Gynecology procedures.
  • Work in the area of gynecology, and neonatology Caring for hospitalized patients with different serious diseases.
  • Port Jefferson Obstetrics & Gynecology, PC Address: 640 Belle Terre Road-Bldg.

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41. Blood Pressure

low Demand
Here's how Blood Pressure is used in Physician jobs:
  • Take and record various readings such as heart and respiratory rate, blood pressure, weight, body temperature, etc.
  • Coordinated the yearly health fair, immunization of the flu vaccine, blood pressure screening, and other programs.
  • Prepared patients for examination by performing physical tests, blood pressure, weight, temperature, and throat cultures.
  • Performed physical examination of donors and potential donors, including blood pressure and review of body systems.
  • Provided patient teaching regarding blood pressure, cholesterol, medications, diet and exercise.
  • Perform blood pressure, oxygen, and heart rate readings.
  • Informed physician when patient blood pressure, etc.
  • Monitor blood pressure and Blood Sugar Levels.
  • Performed and assessed blood pressure screens.
  • Engaged in research on new blood pressure medications and their effects on heart chamber volume and carotid artery intimal-medial thickness.
  • measure blood pressure examine the donor take blood sample to make sure donor is fit for blood donation
  • Followed infection control procedure Took and recorded patients' temperature, pulse and blood pressure.
  • Blood pressure and blood sugar improve after the weight is improve.
  • Assisted In Health Fair screenings for glucose, cholesterol, high blood pressure, And ear lavages for impact cerumen.

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42. Hipaa

low Demand
Here's how Hipaa is used in Physician jobs:
  • Monitored all the confidential information in accordance with HIPAA privacy regulations.
  • Gained an increased knowledge of medical terminology and HIPAA regulations, and put the experience together with the classroom knowledge.
  • Developed procedures for monitoring required HIPAA training for all new hires, thereby increasing the completion rate of this training.
  • Prepare and maintain charts; adhere to quality and regulatory requirements including HIPAA.
  • Developed, implemented, and managed compliance program for HIPAA Privacy Standards.
  • Entered patient demographics, HIPAA, and insurance information into NextGen system.
  • Complied with HIPAA and ethical code concerning confidentiality of patient matters.
  • Maintain patient privacy in accordance with HIPAA rules and regulations.
  • Ensured compliance with HIPAA and OSHA regulations at all time.
  • Add and update insurances while maintaining HIPAA guidelines.
  • Maintain confidentiality and privacy in accordance with HIPAA.
  • Followed HIPAA guidelines in handling patient information.
  • Adhered to the HIPAA Privacy Rule.
  • Maintained current knowledge of HIPAA regulations.
  • Identify and bill secondary or tertiary insurances Maintains stringent confidentiality; adhere to all HIPAA guidelines/regulations.
  • Represented strict confidentiality with adherence to all HIPAA compliance guidelines and regulations.
  • Attended trainings on diverse subjects such as information technology, legal, HIPAA and regulatory compliance, billing and coding.
  • Serve as Compliance Officer Designee and subject matter expert, successfully ensuring compliance with HIPAA and HITECH regulations.
  • Followed all company regulations and guidelines specific to HIPAA - Maintained excellent follow-through and timelines as specified
  • Maintained employee payroll, timesheets and other HR responsibilities including HIPAA requirements.

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43. EHR

low Demand
Here's how EHR is used in Physician jobs:
  • Hold accountability in facilitating training for new physicians on how to use electronic health record (EHR).
  • Helped physician meet 1st year of Meaningful Use for EHR and set up an Attestation for office.
  • Negotiated with vendors for leasing high ticket equipment, EHR implementation, supplies and medical instruments.
  • Merged duplicate patient charts and converted paper charts to EHR systems for efficient data management.
  • Create the physician education role and program for Memorial Medical Center on all EHR applications.
  • Developed and provided training and support for all EHR applications for physician office staff.
  • Provide support for NextGen EHR/ICS and related systems.
  • Participate in selected EHR system deployments as assigned.
  • Spearhead clinical project for new EHR implementation.
  • Helped in implementation of the EHR.
  • Set up new billing system for EHR
  • Experience in Multiple EHR systems.
  • Enter Physician orders into EHR.
  • Proposed performance improvement ideas for the facility's future state with an EHR Led the facility policy and procedure reviews.
  • Establish the diagnosis within the EHR with an extensive knowledge of ICD-10 codification and recommend the propertreatment.

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44. Patient Accounts

low Demand
Here's how Patient Accounts is used in Physician jobs:
  • Post insurance and patient payments to patient accounts accurately applying any necessary adjustments.
  • Researched and performed extensive telephone collection follow-ups on all patient accounts.
  • Review accounts receivable to identify delinquent patient accounts.
  • Obtained insurance and demographic information for patient accounts.
  • Tended to 25-30 patients a day in a single doctor, single APRN busy family medicine practice carrying 3,500 patient accounts.
  • Processed daily credit card transactions to verify that all payments/voids are accounted for and posted properly to patient accounts.
  • Collect insurance, litigation, worker's compensation and patient accounts for all physicians, physician assistant and audiologists.
  • Handle various customer service requests regarding patient accounts, practice requests, AR processing, and coding verification.
  • Refund Specialist: Review and research patient accounts for insurance refunds to all credited accounts.
  • Trained new employees on multiple Updated patient accounts and information on a daily basis.
  • Posted payments to patient accounts using both electronic billing program and patient ledger cards.
  • Managed the growth of A/R, insurance billing, collections, and patient accounts.
  • Ensured accurate and timely follow up on patient accounts to avoid untimely filing issues.
  • Maintained patient accounts to ensure payments were collected, processed and recorded efficiently.
  • Collect patient payments; applies payments and adjustments to patient accounts.
  • Updated patient accounts and information on a daily basis.
  • Maintained patient accounts, and provided updates as needed.
  • Maintained new and establish patient accounts and records.
  • Work with patient accounts to ensure accurate records.
  • Determined if patient accounts go into collections.

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45. CMS

low Demand
Here's how CMS is used in Physician jobs:
  • Researched CMS website for documentation for procedures and billing regulations for physicians when needed and provided documentation.
  • Submitted insurance claims to clearinghouse or individual insurance companies electronically or via paper CMS-1500 form.
  • Maintain an accuracy rate minimally consistent with CMS regulations and internal reimbursement expectations.
  • Review medical record information to identify all appropriate coding based on CMS/HCC categories.
  • Provide expert evaluation of CMS denials and quality complaints for the QIO for CMS for the state of New Mexico.
  • Refer and relate changes to all areas of billing, coding and CMS changes to all Phoenix Physician Services staff.
  • Provide assistance to QRO Director in compiling reports, trending, analysis of data for CMS compliance and contract retention.
  • Train all Physician/ multiple specialties on use of 1995 and 1997 E/M Documentation Guidelines, MHS and CMS guidelines.
  • Trained and provided continuing education to all employees and Providers on Medicare/CMS rules and criteria, providing monthly updates.
  • Assisted in completing and filing Medicare tables per Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) requirements.
  • Research complex coding issues and maintain knowledge base regarding policy and guidelines from CMS and other payers.
  • Ensured the timely completion of E/M level coding and auditing functions in compliance with CMS guidelines.
  • Analyze PEPPER reports, monthly UM denial summaries and CMS Probe and Educate audits.
  • Used Noble Database for Windows (CMS) to retrieve patient account information.
  • Assess their qualifications relative to HAP's standards, NCQA and CMS requirements.
  • Complied with PA regulations and JCAHO regulations for coding guidelines and CMS policies.
  • Provide educational audits and ongoing education on all changes with CMS Guidelines.
  • Code records by following prescribed CMS coding standards and client guidelines.
  • Provide education to medical staff in regard to current CMS regulations.
  • Developed and implemented policies and processes for compliance with CMS regulations.

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46. Diagnostic Tests

low Demand
Here's how Diagnostic Tests is used in Physician jobs:
  • Diagnose patients, order diagnostic tests and provide referrals for specialized treatment or rehabilitation.
  • Prepared charts, obtained all necessary lab and diagnostic tests results, roomed patients, set up and assisted with procedures.
  • Order, Interpret, and evaluate diagnostic tests to identify and assess patient's clinical problems and health care needs.
  • Educated patients regarding their disease, prognosis and treatment, involved in preventive care, and interpreted diagnostic tests.
  • Completed patient histories, performed or requested diagnostic tests, made diagnoses, prescribed treatments and performed follow-up examinations.
  • Conduct individualized & ongoing physical examinations & assessments of patients, including relevant diagnostic tests & lab findings.
  • Admitted patients - Examined patients, obtained medical histories - Ordered, perform, and interpret diagnostic tests.
  • Key Accomplishments * Used cost-based analysis to update diagnostic tests that reduced costs by $400,000 annually.
  • Ordered, perform, and interpret diagnostic tests, Set treatment plan.
  • Performed diagnostic tests and procedures, ordered and interpreted lab tests.
  • Ordered and performed diagnostic tests and physical assessments of patients.
  • Diagnose patients, order diagnostic tests and provide treatment.
  • Review results of diagnostic tests and reports.
  • Order and interpret laboratory and diagnostic tests.
  • Ordered and reviewed diagnostic tests.
  • Interpret and coordinate physicians' orders to schedule diagnostic tests, procedures, treatments, and patient appointments.
  • Ordered and interpreted diagnostic tests, performed pap smears and breast exams.
  • Prepare patient's pre-procedure, including obtaining consult documentation, ordering diagnostic tests, and pre-procedure education.
  • Order, interpret, and evaluate diagnostic tests to identify and assess patient'scondition.Prepare patients for and assist with examinations or treatments.
  • Completed graduate and Initiated and interpreted diagnostic tests (Radiography, ECGs, Lab Tests).

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47. Treatment Plans

low Demand
Here's how Treatment Plans is used in Physician jobs:
  • Ordered and reviewed appropriate laboratory and diagnostic tests, developed treatment plans, and prescribed appropriate medications.
  • Develop assessment, diagnosis and treatment plans to provide optimal patient medical management.
  • Performed regular assessment of treatment plans and evaluated patient requirements.
  • Developed affordable diagnostic and treatment plans.
  • Formulated differential diagnosis and treatment plans.
  • Develop treatment plans based on scientific rationale, standard of care, and professional practice guidelines in collaboration with surgeon.
  • Designed efficient treatment plans for patients.-Practice was limited to patient care only including Pediatrics above the age of 3-Wound care consulting
  • Gather information from physicians and family members about patient condition, or treatment plans, or appropriate activities.
  • Help design personalized treatment plans for the patients based on their state of health during their treatments.
  • Reviewed new diabetes patients, established treatment plans, and facilitated social interaction in hospital program.
  • Coordinated specialty care for long-term care residents and supervised treatment plans for nursing home residents.
  • Experienced in developing treatment plans based on standards of care and professional practice guidelines.
  • Provide follow up calls to discharged patients to ensure adherence to medication/treatment plans.
  • Diagnose and formulate treatment plans, provide referrals to specialty practices when necessary.
  • Developed diagnosis, treatment plans, and treated patients based on exam findings
  • Presented differential diagnoses, treatment plans and diagnostics to the supervising physician.
  • Discussed treatment plans with supervising physician and provided counseling to the patients.
  • Review treatment plans and if necessary make recommended changes.
  • Described treatment plans to patients and family members.
  • Provided information to patients for future treatment plans.

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48. Medical Services

low Demand
Here's how Medical Services is used in Physician jobs:
  • Account Receivable Provided administrative medical services to busy physician office during while employed by medical temporary staffing agency.
  • Provided urgent medical services including resuscitation, stabilization and assessment and diagnosis, treatment and referral as necessary.
  • Provide diagnostic, therapeutic and preventive medical services to geriatric population and medicaid patients.
  • Implemented Community Outreach program to increase partnership with area Emergency Medical Services.
  • Provided emergency, prophylactic and curative medical services as needed.
  • Provided medical services for up to 30 patients daily in-house as well as hundreds daily in the field.
  • Provide out-patient medical care, free of charge, to patients who qualify for free medical services.
  • Billed Medicaid, Medicare and 3rd party billing insurance carriers for medical services provided.
  • Coordinate multiple medical services for diagnosis and treatment as directed by the physician.
  • Ensured appropriate delivery of medical services by the paramedics and field staff.
  • Provide outpatient and urgent care medical services to island community.
  • General medical services to child, adolescent and adult population.
  • Provided efficient and quality medical services to all patients.
  • Provided CPR, ACLS, ATLS emergency medical services.
  • Provided ringside medical services for amateur boxing matches.
  • Utilized medical services software and MS office.
  • Worked in underserved area throughout rural Louisiana providing emergency medical services in critical access hospitals.
  • Provided medical services in multiple departments within the Medical Treatment Facilities (MTFs).
  • Key Accomplishments: Established a private practice providing medical services to expatriates.

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49. Donor Suitability

low Demand
Here's how Donor Suitability is used in Physician jobs:
  • Worked directly with facility medical director to ensure compliance with Food and Drug Administration donor suitability standards.
  • Perform any needed injury, illness, or medication evaluation to ensure continued donor suitability.
  • Assess results of donor screening and laboratory tests to determine initial and continuing donor suitability.
  • Communicate with Medical Director where necessary to ensure donor suitability issues are addressed appropriately.
  • Determined donor suitability of new applicants in accordance with FDA guidelines.
  • Interact regularly with the center medical director regarding donor suitability.
  • Determine donor suitability in order to donate plasma.
  • Helped determine donor suitability based on findings.
  • Determine donor suitability of new applicants.
  • Review all normal and abnormal test results and donor record files to determine continued donor suitability.
  • Review and post test results, and approve continued donor suitability.
  • Determine donor suitability by evaluating normal healthy donors for plasmapheresis procedures and immunizations that meet the criteria of normal plasma donors.
  • Evaluated and determine donor suitability to undergo plasmapheresis through verification of medical health history and complete physical evaluation.
  • Perform physical examinations for donors and review accumulated data in a timely manner to confirm established donor suitability.
  • Determine donor suitability by evaluating normal healthy donors for plasmapheresis procedures.
  • Confirm donor suitability in a timely manner, consulting with a donor center physician as needed.
  • Provide medical examination for donor suitability .
  • Performed initial and annual donor physicals Determined donor suitability Phlebotomy Counseled donors positive for specific markers while maintaining confidentiality Updating donor files

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50. Hippa

low Demand
Here's how Hippa is used in Physician jobs:
  • Provided build, design and decision support of user position/application security, ensuring HIPPA requirements were maintained.
  • Completed all Insurance Audits via email or face-to-face audits to ensure that the Management Company is in HIPPA and documentation compliance.
  • Maintain confidentiality, per HIPPA, by keeping all patient and medical information seen and heard in the facility confidential.
  • Hired outside counsel to develop HIPPA and Medicare compliance plans, resulting in no issues with Medicare compliance.
  • Update Physician credentialing, write up procedure policy for Red Flag Rule, HIPPA, and OSHA.
  • Position was responsible for scheduling delivery and pick up of HIPPA compliant patient information.
  • Maintain knowledge of OSHA, HIPPA, CLIA regulations as well as ProHealth policies.
  • Adhere to all patient confidential health records according to federal policy of HIPPA
  • Faxed patient records to other local hospitals within the HIPPA Rights Act.
  • Received: Basic Cardiac Life Support, HIPPA privacy training certificates
  • Educated phase 1 sales reps on HIPPA compliance.
  • Assure all patients receive and understand HIPPA.
  • Maintain high HIPPA and confidentiality standards.
  • Ensured strict compliance with HIPPA regulations.
  • Follow all protocols for HIPPA.
  • Stay in compliance with HIPPAA.
  • Attended mandatory meetings and trainings: HIPPA Compliance, Diversity Modules to improve patient experience, and Hand Hygiene Course.
  • Provided itemized statements to patients and lawyers Successful completion of HIPPA and ethics training.
  • Handled all PHI in compliance with HIPPA regulations.

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20 Most Common Skill for a Physician

Patient Care15.9%
Surgical Procedures11.8%
Internal Medicine10.4%
Medical Records7.1%
Emergency Room6.9%
Clinical Staff6.4%
Insurance Companies4.2%
Surgery4.2%

Typical Skill-Sets Required For A Physician

RankSkillPercentage of ResumesPercentage
1
1
Patient Care
Patient Care
12%
12%
2
2
Surgical Procedures
Surgical Procedures
8.9%
8.9%
3
3
Internal Medicine
Internal Medicine
7.8%
7.8%
4
4
Medical Records
Medical Records
5.4%
5.4%
5
5
Emergency Room
Emergency Room
5.2%
5.2%
6
6
Clinical Staff
Clinical Staff
4.8%
4.8%
7
7
Insurance Companies
Insurance Companies
3.2%
3.2%
8
8
Surgery
Surgery
3.1%
3.1%
9
9
Diagnosis
Diagnosis
3.1%
3.1%
10
10
Physical Exams
Physical Exams
2.8%
2.8%
11
11
Primary Care Services
Primary Care Services
2.7%
2.7%
12
12
Health Care
Health Care
2.5%
2.5%
13
13
Medical Conditions
Medical Conditions
2.1%
2.1%
14
14
Vital Signs
Vital Signs
1.9%
1.9%
15
15
Customer Service
Customer Service
1.7%
1.7%
16
16
Urgent Care
Urgent Care
1.7%
1.7%
17
17
Medical Care
Medical Care
1.7%
1.7%
18
18
EMR
EMR
1.7%
1.7%
19
19
EKG
EKG
1.7%
1.7%
20
20
Test Cases
Test Cases
1.4%
1.4%
21
21
CPT
CPT
1.3%
1.3%
22
22
Data Entry
Data Entry
1.3%
1.3%
23
23
Family Practice
Family Practice
1.3%
1.3%
24
24
Pediatrics
Pediatrics
1.2%
1.2%
25
25
Medicaid
Medicaid
1.2%
1.2%
26
26
Triage
Triage
1.1%
1.1%
27
27
Medical Staff
Medical Staff
1.1%
1.1%
28
28
Radiology
Radiology
1%
1%
29
29
Icd-9
Icd-9
1%
1%
30
30
Scheduling Appointments
Scheduling Appointments
1%
1%
31
31
Phone Calls
Phone Calls
0.9%
0.9%
32
32
Cardiology
Cardiology
0.9%
0.9%
33
33
Cpoe
Cpoe
0.8%
0.8%
34
34
ICU
ICU
0.8%
0.8%
35
35
Cerner
Cerner
0.8%
0.8%
36
36
Private Practice
Private Practice
0.7%
0.7%
37
37
Obstetrical
Obstetrical
0.7%
0.7%
38
38
Oncology
Oncology
0.7%
0.7%
39
39
Front Desk
Front Desk
0.7%
0.7%
40
40
Gynecology
Gynecology
0.7%
0.7%
41
41
Blood Pressure
Blood Pressure
0.6%
0.6%
42
42
Hipaa
Hipaa
0.6%
0.6%
43
43
EHR
EHR
0.6%
0.6%
44
44
Patient Accounts
Patient Accounts
0.5%
0.5%
45
45
CMS
CMS
0.5%
0.5%
46
46
Diagnostic Tests
Diagnostic Tests
0.5%
0.5%
47
47
Treatment Plans
Treatment Plans
0.5%
0.5%
48
48
Medical Services
Medical Services
0.5%
0.5%
49
49
Donor Suitability
Donor Suitability
0.5%
0.5%
50
50
Hippa
Hippa
0.5%
0.5%

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