Top Provider Skills

Below we've compiled a list of the most important skills for a Provider. We ranked the top skills based on the percentage of Provider resumes they appeared on. For example, 11.2% of Provider resumes contained Laundry Services as a skill. Let's find out what skills a Provider actually needs in order to be successful in the workplace.

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

1. Laundry Services

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Here's how Laundry Services is used in Provider jobs:
  • Provided housekeeping and laundry services.
  • Support patients by providing housekeeping and laundry services, preparing and serving meals and snacks, running errands.
  • Provide services such as bathing, grooming, housekeeping, laundry services, and grocery shopping.
  • Assist patients by providing housekeeping and laundry services; shopping for food and other household requirements.
  • Support patients by providing housekeeping and laundry services, grocery shopping, and other household duties.
  • Assist with light housekeeping, grooming, and laundry services for client.

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2. Personal Care

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Here's how Personal Care is used in Provider jobs:
  • Provided personal care assistance services to clients with developmental disabilities.
  • Provide personal care/ daily living skills for blind individual
  • Assisted in making lunches, keeping her company while relatives were away at work and providing day to day personal care.
  • Provided in-home support services such as: House work, meal preparation, laundry, personal care, and accompaniment services.
  • Work on skills such as communication, social skills, gross and fine motor, toileting, dressing and personal care.
  • Authorized to perform personal care services like: paramedical services, medical appointments, and protective supervision for the mentally impaired.
  • Performed a variety of direct care duties including personal care, treatments, charting, and teaching clients new skills.
  • Home Health Care o Personal care for individuals in their residence with a goal to improve their quality of life.
  • Encourage consumers to participate in community, household, and personal care tasks to the extent of their ability.
  • Provide services to an elder with disabilities such as housework; prepare meals, shopping, and personal care.
  • Provided (3) meals a day transportation to and from doctor's appointments and personal care for adults.
  • Provided crisis intervention, personal care services, and treatment programs and instruction adaptive behavior to clients as needed.
  • Help disabled persons with cooking, cleaning, personal care, shopping and drive to and from doctors appointments.
  • Provide short term personal care (assistance with feeding, bathing, lifting or transferring, etc.)
  • Provide personal care services such as bathing, transferring, eating, grooming, dressing, and toileting.
  • Provide personal care support and assistance to clients in home as directed by a DSHS plan of care.
  • Provide home health services, assist with personal care, housekeeping, errands, appointments, meal prep
  • Provide services such as housecleaning, meal preparation, laundry, grocery shopping and other personal care needs
  • Provided support to clients who have chronic or long-term disabilities who need help with routine personal care.
  • Teach at risk youth the basic skills of life; from personal care to respecting authority figures.

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3. Meal Prep

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Here's how Meal Prep is used in Provider jobs:
  • Administered medication and provided assistance with daily living activities such has meal preparation and transporting patients to various appointments.
  • Guide clients in daily rehabilitation exercises, healthy meal preparation and community participation.
  • Completed required supply replenish and meal preparations, Planned menus around nutritional requirements.
  • Scheduled appointments and maintained all doctor's appointments Provide light housekeeping and meal preparation
  • Helped patient with meal preparation, cleaned household and gave medication/insulin injections.
  • Provided daily living assistance, such as meal preparations and administering medications.
  • Provide care which includes feeding, dispensing medicine, household tasks such as laundry, shopping, meal preparation and housekeeping.
  • Provide meal preparation, basic housekeeping, bathing and grooming, laundry, Transportation to and from medical and dental appointments.
  • Work with client whom is autistic, duties include assistance with dressing, meal preparation, daily exercise and grooming
  • Assisted client with home care and meal preparation * Provided transportation to doctors appointments, food shopping, etc.
  • Care for elderly patients which includes meal preparation, cleaning, bathing, grooming, give medications, etc.
  • Assisted terminally ill clients with daily necessities such as personal grooming, meal preparation, housekeeping, etc.
  • Provide attended care services, such as assistance with meal preparation, household cleaning, and personal hygiene.
  • Provide services to low-income elderly, such as housework, meal preparation, and personal and hygienic care.
  • Helped with bathing, meal prep, running errands, medication reminders, appointment scheduling, etc.
  • Provide in-home care for the elderly, bookkeeping, housecleaning, shopping, transportation and meal preparation.
  • Provided in-home care for patient, Assisted with bathing, meal preparation, shopping, and feeding.
  • Assist client with daily living activities such as: meal preparation, feeding, bathing and/or cleanup.
  • Perform light household duties such as laundry, meal preparation, general housekeeping, and shopping.
  • Provided transportation, assisted with administration of medication, meal preparation, personal grooming, etc.

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4. Providers

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Here's how Providers is used in Provider jobs:
  • Network Adequacy and Provider Contracting o Built relationships with providers to ensure alignment between CoOportunity Health and the provider group administration.
  • Analyzed data from reports and spreadsheets in order to add demographic information about providers and physicians to various company software
  • Negotiated savings based contracts including incentive and risk sharing models with Southeast Michigan hospitals, physicians and ancillary providers.
  • Assisted caregivers in learning how to build collaborative relationships with services providers involved with their children.
  • Determined geographic areas requiring additional mental health providers based on covered lives in the area.
  • Spearheaded cross-departmental projects to educate KP-MAS providers on departmental processes to improve performance and communication.
  • Developed and maintained partnerships with providers and supported the development and implementation of PHO strategies.
  • Gathered information for new providers as well as assisted in orientations for new provider orientations.
  • Developed and maintained relationships with individual providers, clinics and facilities in assigned territory.
  • Act as primary contact between providers and Credentialing Verification Office for provider database issues.
  • Educated providers on our self-service options; Assisted providers with credentialing and re-credentialing issues.
  • Attended all meetings and provided necessary documentation while networking with providers and family members.
  • Selected the correct providers based on consumer family needs, specifications and applicable regulations.
  • Qualify and contract with medical providers for medical disability examinations across the nation.
  • Review appeals for Medicare non-participating providers following CMS specific guidelines for these providers.
  • Perform initial operational risk assessment and ongoing oversight of third party service providers.
  • Ensured complete communication of patient progress between medical providers and family members.
  • Develop improvement activities and presentations to key internal constituents and/or external providers.
  • Reviewed applications for accuracy and completeness and contacted providers/members for needed information.
  • Complete cost report acceptance validation and issue tentative settlements to providers.

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5. Independent Living

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Here's how Independent Living is used in Provider jobs:
  • Assisted clients in managing their mental health diagnoses to become self-sufficient in employment, social relationships and independent living.
  • Assist Learning Disabled individual to learn Independent Living Skills to be able to live in the community Independently.
  • Assist Direct Care Supervisor in the assessment of each individual, interests and need areas toward independent living.
  • Plan daily and monthly objectives for the clients to support independent living.
  • Documented progress and digression with all regards to independent living skills.
  • Provided assistance learning self-help, independent living skills.
  • Assisted patient with aspects of independent living.
  • Work directly with individuals with intellectual disabilities in assisting the individual to acquire and/or maintain his or her independent living skills~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~Internship
  • Include mentally handicapped adults in community activities, teach mentally handicapped adults how to complete independent living tasks

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6. Companionship

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Here's how Companionship is used in Provider jobs:
  • Prepare a Care Plan Assess Medical Needs Monitor Medication Assist with Basic Needs Prepare Meals Housekeeping Transfer Transport Companionship Monitor Performance
  • Provided full-time personal care and companionship for a bed-ridden dementia patient.
  • Assist in training provide companionship, behavioral support and other self-improvements.
  • Provided companionship to elderly clients while they participated in resident activities.
  • Provided expert care and companionship to a developmentally disabled adult.
  • Provided companionship and respite for individuals with intellectual disabilities.
  • Maintain patent calendar and provide inspirational and cheerful companionship.
  • Provide companionship during walks and other recreational activities.
  • Coordinate transportation and companionship for outside appointments.
  • Provide companionship to social and recreational outings.
  • Provided caring companionship to elderly patient.
  • Provided client with protective supervision and companionship
  • Assist client with transportation, paying bills, making appointments, and simply being there to provide companionship and emotional support.
  • Assist clients with daily tasks like housekeeping, bathing, medication dispense, feeding, dressing, cooking and offering companionship.
  • Help with daily tasks such as meal preparation, medication reminders, laundry, light housekeeping, errands, and companionship.
  • Perform daily activities for each resident such as prepping meals, bathing, clothing residents, and providing companionship.
  • Accompanied clients to doctors appointments or on other trips outside home, running errands, providing assistance and companionship.
  • Administered patient education, prepared meals for client, maintained house keeping and laundry, provided companionship to cancer patient
  • Provided emotional support, encouragement, nurturing and companionship to families and disabled adults as well as children.
  • Assist patient with their daily activities, cleaning, cooking, medication reminder, personal hygiene and companionship.

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7. Medical Appointments

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Here's how Medical Appointments is used in Provider jobs:
  • Provided access to recreational outings into the community and transportation to daily programs and medical appointments.
  • Advised member of medical appointments and communicated transportation needs with Case Manager.
  • Assisted with recreational activities, and transportation to medical appointments.
  • Assisted with medical appointments and logged scheduled medication intake.
  • Monitored intake of all medications and managed medical appointments.
  • Transport ID individuals to medical appointments and community outings.
  • Perform essential errands, transport/accompany client to medical appointments.
  • Transport to medical appointments and vocational training programs.
  • Escorted patients to medical appointments when necessary.
  • Scheduled and provided transport to medical appointments.
  • Provided transportation assistants to medical appointments.
  • Scheduled medical appointments and dispersed medications.
  • Assist clients with daily living activities such as meal preparation, grocery shopping, and accompaniment to medical appointments.
  • Clean and sanitize the house, prep or cook dinner, administer medication and drive to medical appointments
  • Assisted with showers, prepared meal, cleaned home, answered phones drove client to medical appointments.
  • Performed ongoing home visits to monitor progress and transported clients to medical appointments, court, etc.
  • Worked in assisting senior clients with schedules, personal errands, medical appointments and personal hygiene needs.
  • Perform housing keeping, meal preparation, laundry, grocery shopping, and accompany to medical appointments.
  • Maintained client planners for medical appointments, shopping and all activities to ensure prompt attendance.
  • Transport clients to and from medical appointments, rehabilitation clinics, and senior centers.

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8. Patient Care

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Here's how Patient Care is used in Provider jobs:
  • Worked closely with and maintained professional relationships with orthopedics, neurologists and MRI facilities to ensure ultimate patient care.
  • Provided direct patient care for patients with psychological and physical disabilities.
  • Maintain records of patient care, condition, progress, and problems to report and discuss issues and observations with supervisor.
  • Performed specific patient care activities under the direction of a Registered Nurse committed to the provision of patient valued care.
  • Assist Case Manager in the development of patient care plans based on my observation of the client's needs.
  • Provide patient care services like washing, feeding, transferring, changing clothes, and cleaning to disabled individuals.
  • Maintained a record of patient care, condition, progress, and reported to the supervisor of case manager.
  • Provided patient care, education, skin care, meal planning, basic cooking, cleaning and advocacy.
  • Maintain records of patient care, condition, progress, or problems and discuss with physician and supervisor.
  • Maintained records of patient care, condition, progress, or problems to deliberate and report observations.
  • Assisted in the ICU/PCU with the responsibility of increasing patient care while working as a team.
  • Assisted with keeping nursing and resident/patient care are neat, sanitary and orderly.
  • Assisted in all aspects of patient care including front and back office tasks.
  • Collect data about patient care problems and report it to the appropriate departments.
  • Maintain patient care records, condition, progress, and any problems.
  • Monitor all aspects of patient care including diet and physical activity.
  • Maintained accurate records of patient care progress and concerns.
  • Worked as a self employed patient care provider.
  • Performed as the patient care companion when needed.
  • Perform patient assessments and establish patient care plan.

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9. Customer Service

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Here's how Customer Service is used in Provider jobs:
  • Managed miscellaneous professional service projects including contract negotiation for customers, SOP development, and metrics to gauge customer service levels.
  • Provide customer service for Blue Shield of California National Accounts regarding provider claim, eligibility, benefits and referral authorizations.
  • Prepared and executed legal documents, provided supervision and training for customer service staff.
  • Provided ongoing provider customer service including analyzing and resolving provider issues.
  • Provided excellent communication and customer service to parents I served.
  • Write customer service communications as requested by clinic surgeons.
  • Build excellent client relationships to ensure customer service satisfaction.
  • Delivered customer service to Medical Providers in various specialties.
  • Provided quality customer service to injured workers during transport
  • Provide excellent customer service and exceed expectations.
  • Served as an accounts receivables/customer service representative.
  • Worked in a customer service environment
  • Provide excellent customer service skills to customers, walking door-to-door selling AT&T cable, internet and home phone packages.
  • Provided real time coaching to Customer Service Staff to support staff in increasing call handling effectiveness and first call resolution rates.
  • Cable, Wiring, Modem Installation (HSI & Phone)Utility Pole & Customer Premise WorkCustomer Service (per installs)
  • Worked under the supervision of Tony Klein, interacted with church patrons on weekends in the area of customer service.
  • Experienced in social and customer service skills such as greeting/assisting Club members and guests, answering and directing phone calls.
  • Communicate directly with health care professionals (HCP) to improve and maintain a high level of customer service.
  • Provided excellent customer service; provide first-level response to incoming help desk requests over the phone or through email.
  • Provide riders with exceptional customer service with safe rides, complimentary candy, gum and bottled spring water.

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10. Daily Living Activities

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Here's how Daily Living Activities is used in Provider jobs:
  • Assisted client/parent with daily living activities
  • Assisted home bound patients with daily living activities such as grooming, bathing, cooking, and transporting to various appointments.
  • Provided service to residents with daily living activities, prepared meals, laundry, cleaned house, and ran errands.
  • Assisted dementia residents with daily living activities such as bathing, grooming, dressing, toileting, and mobility.
  • Assist the elderly and convalescents, or persons with disabilities with daily living activities at the person's home.
  • Assist clients with daily living activities which included laundry, cooking, cleaning, as well as errand running.
  • Assisted in daily living activities such as bathing, oral care, transferring, and taking to appointments.
  • Assisted her with her daily living activities such as cleaning, washing, and cooking.
  • Assisted clients with daily living activities such as bathing, dressing, grooming, etc.
  • Home Health Provider* Daily living activities: grooming, feeding, Range in Motion etc.
  • Assist clients in their daily living activities, care for home and patient needs
  • Assist elderly with daily living activities at their home:.
  • Assist with daily living activities at the there home.
  • Assist patient with daily living activities i.e.
  • Assisted adult client in daily living activities.
  • Provided support for daily living activities.
  • Help Patients with Daily Living Activities
  • Guided clients thru daily living activities that increased their independence and self-sufficiency, resulting in increased confidence and improved self-esteem.
  • Assisted patients whom suffered mental disorders with daily living activities such as batching, cleaning, feeding, & taking meds.
  • Provided primary resident care and assistance with daily living activities.Helped residents with bathing, dressing, feeding, lifting and transferring.

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11. Healthcare

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Here's how Healthcare is used in Provider jobs:
  • Monitored all disciplinary activity on healthcare practitioners and institutional providers to ensure compliance with the Company's participation criteria.
  • Created an International Medical Concierge referral group combining Hotels and Medical Tourism as liaisons between healthcare service providers.
  • Managed provider network to include verifying claims and benefits for healthcare providers/members and insurance companies.
  • Coordinated presentations and events to inform customers about healthcare policy and changes.
  • Performed healthcare-related tasks, such as monitoring vital signs and medication.
  • Work experience in healthcare and/or insurance environments preferred.
  • Provided professional healthcare services for elderly individuals.
  • Provide high-quality patient care as home-healthcare provider.
  • Coordinated with Medicare to manage members healthcare needs and to follow their guidelines for our Medicare Advantage Plan policies and procedures.
  • Demonstrated compliance with appeals regulatory agencies such as the Department of Managed Healthcare and the National Council for Quality Assurance.
  • Diagnosed and investigated the healthcare struggles and behavior patterns that influenced or effected the client's comfort levels.
  • Performed audits of Medicare cost reports for various types of healthcare facilities throughout the state of Georgia.
  • Assist with compliance and train on current healthcare guidelines for MRA as well as HEDIS within offices.
  • Utilized marketing and networking skills to grow a business based on referrals from other healthcare professionals.
  • Developed and managed category accounts in the financial and healthcare markets, working with C-Suite executives.
  • Provided one-on-one training sessions with healthcare specialists in order to maintain specific privileges of the Hospital.
  • Network through industry contacts, association memberships, trade groups and employees of healthcare institutions.
  • Assist affiliating CCA healthcare facilities Clinical Care Managers with Prior Authorization and cover services request.
  • Coordinated the patient s healthcare experience and provided operations support by performing account maintenance tasks.
  • Acquired a new knowledge of healthcare services, specifically mental health & chemical dependency treatment.

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12. Health Care

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Here's how Health Care is used in Provider jobs:
  • Delivered outpatient primary health care clinical student provider for underprivileged populations in South Omaha.
  • Traveled extensively educating health care providers.
  • Coordinated with representatives of foreign and domestic health care systems to facilitate care to routine, critically injured and ill individuals.
  • Provided home health care for clients such as light house keeping, setting up doctor appointments and provide transportation as needed.
  • Consult and coordinate with health care team members to assess, plan, implement, or evaluate patient care plans.
  • Provide home health care for disabled individuals, cooking, cleaning, aiding in transportation, helped with hygiene etc.
  • Educate co-workers, and self, on continually changing health care laws, market trends and medical industry terminology.
  • Collaborate with various departments within the Oklahoma Health Care Authority in determining their provider needs at any given time.
  • Communicate and collaborate with state agencies, law enforcement, community providers, health care providers, et al.
  • Provide original, researched media content for clients in areas of Health Care, Auto, Hotel/Hospitality and Emergency Management
  • Conducted daily health care provider interactions including phone calls, presentations, and direct cold call face-face meetings.
  • Provided in home health care to Developmentally Disabled Adults both in 1:1 and group home settings.
  • Provide health care tasks, personal hygiene services, housekeeping tasks and other related support services.
  • Educated patients on preventative oral health care and the importance of establishing a sound dental home.
  • Provided support and crisis management services to youth with mental health diagnoses or health care needs.
  • Provide assistance to individuals with disability's health care services in their own home.
  • Issued insurance authorizations for low-level behavioral health care such as group and outpatient therapy.
  • Provide in home health care for the elderly and the disabled in their home.
  • Helped navigate insurance, physicians, hospitals, and other health care professionals.
  • Provide patient education on preventive health care, medication compliance and exercise clearance.

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13. Vital Signs

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Here's how Vital Signs is used in Provider jobs:
  • Monitored vital signs and medication of patients under the direction of registered nurses and physiotherapists.
  • Recorded vital signs; assisted with administering medications.
  • Monitored vital signs and medication distribution.
  • Prepare and maintained records of progress and service performed to my patients monitored vital signs and medication and wrote down any changes
  • Measure patients' range-of-joint motion, body parts, and vital signs to determine effects of treatments or for patient evaluations.
  • Maintain a specialized approach to responsibilities such as uniform, start times and absenteeism take and record vital signs.
  • Performed vital signs, helped client with ambulation and meals, and help maintained medical schedule light housekeeping.
  • Provided basic patient care and treatments measured temperatures, blood pressures and recorded patients' vital signs.
  • Observe child's conditions, measure and record food and liquid intake, and measure vital signs.
  • Observe and report changes in patient's mental and physical conditions including vital signs.
  • Retrieved vital signs to include blood pressure routinely and reported it to medical staff.
  • Help with dressing, check vital signs, give medicine prescribed by physician.
  • Monitored vital signs, assisted with feeding, bathing/grooming, range of motion exercises
  • Assist with personal hygiene, giving medications and monitoring vital signs.
  • Check patient s vital signs and record information on charts.
  • Take vital signs, blood pressure, and weight weekly.
  • Assessed patients' vital signs and cardiac monitoring.
  • Take and record vital signs when needed.
  • Take vital signs, monitor patient progress.
  • Record vital signs and daily activities.

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14. RUN Errands

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Here's how RUN Errands is used in Provider jobs:
  • Cook, clean, run errands, take him to doctor appointments, help in shower or any of his needs.
  • Clean patients' home, prepare meals, run errands, groom patient, physical therapy, change diapers, laundry.
  • Cook, clean, personal grooming, laundry, administer medications, run errands and, assist with doctor's appointments.
  • Clean, cook, handle laundry, assist patient care and run errands, sort daily task for wellness.
  • Assist client to and from doctor s appointments, super market, and to run errands.
  • Helped him around his home, cooked for him, and helped him run errands.
  • Escort on appointments with hair dressers and physical therapists, run errands including grocery shopping.
  • Prepared food, light housing keeping, run errands and accompanied patient to doctor appointments.
  • Help run errands, Mail off paper work, Fax documents to clients doctors.
  • Perform light housekeeping activities and run errands such as shopping for supplies.
  • Make sure he/she goes to doctor appointments and run errands for client.
  • Run errands, purchase groceries as needed, monitor children and seniors.
  • Prepare meals, take daily walks, run errands and lite housekeeping.
  • Feed, bathe, clean up, and run errands for recipient
  • Monitor glucose readings, administer medications & run errands for her.
  • Cook, clean, run errands, assist recipient when needed
  • Prepare meals, house work, run errands and transportation.
  • Drive consumers to doctor's appointments, run errands etc.
  • Answer multiple telephones, convey messages, and run errands.
  • Cook, clean and assist individuals with hygiene and run errands

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15. Developmental Disabilities

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Here's how Developmental Disabilities is used in Provider jobs:
  • Investigate allegations of abuse, neglect, and exploitation in facilities where individuals with developmental disabilities reside and/or receive care.
  • Provided care to developmentally disabled children, with diagnoses ranging from severe developmental disabilities to autism.
  • Provide direct care for and interact with individuals with developmental disabilities in residential or work settings.
  • Help enrich the lives of individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities.
  • Provide community and home based services to individuals with developmental disabilities.
  • Assisted individuals with developmental disabilities with activities of daily living.
  • Shared living provider for a gentleman with developmental disabilities.
  • Provided non-residential support services to clients with developmental disabilities.
  • Provided services to my adult child with developmental disabilities.
  • Cared and monitored children with mental and developmental disabilities.
  • Provided homemaker services to clients with developmental disabilities.
  • Filed reports for Department of Developmental Disabilities.
  • Direct Care to individuals with developmental disabilities.
  • ProviderProvided services for individuals with Developmental Disabilities.
  • Assisted teens and adults with developmental disabilities with daily living.- Dispensed medication as ordered.- Maintained health and safety for our clients.
  • Provide care and support in a family and home setting for persons with intellectual, emotional, or developmental disabilities.
  • Provided active treatment to individuals with developmental disabilities, to include assisting with life skills and improving quality of life.
  • Provide home services to children and adults with developmental disabilities in their home and in the community.
  • Attend year round training pertaining to human & social services provided to individuals with developmental disabilities.
  • Provide support in various aspects of daily life for an individual with developmental disabilities.

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16. Medication Reminders

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Here's how Medication Reminders is used in Provider jobs:
  • Maintained calendars and organized mail as well as provided medication reminders.
  • Engaged in physical and mental exercises and provided medication reminders.
  • Provide personal shopping assistance and medication reminders.
  • Help self-direct consumer with medication reminders
  • Assist clients in their homes with activities of daily living, running errands, and help with medication reminders.
  • Assisted patients with medication reminders, coordinating doctor's visits, ambulatory needs and transportation as needed.
  • Provide transportation, take care of light housekeeping, medication reminders, cook and prepare food.
  • Assist client with daily living, perform light house chores, medication reminders.
  • Prepare current and future meals, monitor diet and medication reminders.
  • Prepare meals, help monitor diet, and medication reminders.
  • Assist clients with blood pressure monitoring, medication reminders.
  • Light Housekeeper, Medication Reminders, Shopping, Laundry
  • Assist with hygiene and medication reminders.
  • Handled housekeeping, medication reminders ,prepared all meals
  • Assist clients with meals, activites, medication reminders, and transportation.
  • light house-keeping, errands, transportation, medication reminders, etc.)
  • Supported Client Autonomy Client Transportation Help Clients to understand and follow Doctors instruction Medication reminders

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17. Special Needs

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Here's how Special Needs is used in Provider jobs:
  • Participated in quarterly continuing education courses to maintain FCC certification, special needs certification and extended care certification.
  • Facilitated educational and recreational programs along with planning activities targeting special needs groups.
  • Developed successful Individualized Education Plans for students with special needs.
  • Provide the necessary care and support to individuals that have special needs and disabilities while helping these adults with everyday tasks.
  • Facilitate therapy, implement and evaluate programs for special needs clients, assist licensed therapists in setting and achieving client goals
  • Provided services for kids with special needs, such as Cerebral Palsy, Autism, Mental Retardation and Down Syndrome.
  • Developed a reputation for the patient, served as a provider, providing the special needs for my patient.
  • Worked with special needs children ages 3-12 years on improving a variety of skills including communication and gross/fine motor.
  • Work with clients with special needs to help them learn new skills and be active in their community.
  • Worked with special needs students and informed parents of students' progress biweekly via e-mail or in person.
  • Provided home care services for special needs adolescent child; including supervision, activity planning and discipline.
  • Advised the RN and/or Program Coordinator of any special needs or emergencies and recommends follow-up.
  • Provided care to special needs children and offered extended hours to parents with odd schedules.
  • Provided one on one assistance to children with special needs and or development delays.
  • Assisted in the carry-out and creation of ISP goals for individuals with special needs.
  • Assigned to assist several special needs / disabled folks on a one-on-one basis.
  • Help others that had mental/physical disability and or special needs with everyday tasks.
  • Help pediatrics with special needs: dressing, showering, prepare meals
  • Provide relief for families with children of special needs with childcare.
  • Instructed students of all ages, including those with special needs.

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18. CPR

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Here's how CPR is used in Provider jobs:
  • Key Results: * Certified in CPR and First Aid * Taught preschool, lesson planning * Wrote daycare policies for families
  • Researched and analyzed the increasing cost of compliance in First Aid, CPR, and AED training.
  • Maintained appropriate certifications and licenses such as CPR, first aid, and food handlers permit.
  • Updated safety classes, current CPR, First Aid, and Blood Borne Pathogens.
  • Certified with CPR, First Aid (4/2015), Certified to Pass Medication
  • Experience caregiver who is certified for both basic first aid and CPR.
  • Trained in CPR and VIRTUS to ensure safety procedures in questionable situations.
  • Teach and supervise CPR classes to new and current state employees.
  • Received training as an Emergency Response Coordinator, and CPR training.
  • Saved 2 lives using CPR and the Heimlich maneuver.
  • Certified in CPR and first aide.
  • Keep an active CPR/First aid certification.5.
  • Perform CPR/ First Aid if needed.
  • Obtained license in CPR/First Aid.
  • Completed CPR and First aid classes
  • Trained in CPI, MOAB, CPR and First Aid
  • Certified in Adult, child, and infant CPR.
  • Provide classroom training in protocols for administering standard first aid and CPR curriculums for Infants, children and adults.
  • Completed trainings in policy, Article 9, CPR, First Aid and obtained level 1 finger print card
  • Experienced Healthcare Provider, caregiver certified, managers certificate, CPR/1rst Aid, TB clearance.

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19. ADL

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Here's how ADL is used in Provider jobs:
  • Facilitated preparation, delivery, and submission of application packets and contract requests, monitoring receipt and approval deadlines.
  • Worked in fast paced environment with constant government regulated deadlines.
  • Required to follow care plans, assist with goals, teaching, feeding, restroom assistance and ADL's.
  • Experienced with patients who are in bed all day, able to assist with ADL's and wheelchair bound.
  • Assist with feeding, ambulation, cleaning, laundry, assistance with medication, and other ADLS.
  • Provide 4-24 hour in-home support services and ADL's while primary caretakers are away from home.
  • Cared, supervised, and monitored patient ADL's for better quality of life.
  • Go to clients house to assist with ADL cooking cleaning laundry medication reminder grooming dressing
  • Home Caregiver, assist with ADL's, homework, personal growth, and therapies
  • Created fresh and useful blog content, adhering to project objectives and deadlines.
  • Job Duties: Completing all ADL's including feeding residents, Bathing, Mobility
  • Assist residents with ADL's, monitored and recorded any suspicious behaviors.
  • Assisted patients with ADL, transportation, medications and vital signs.
  • Assisted residents with activities and daily living (ADL).
  • Adhered to deadlines for outgoing mail and large mailings.
  • Provided ADL, IADL Assistance Services to aging family.
  • Prioritize and organize own work to meet deadlines.
  • Assisted patients with ADL'S as needed.
  • Assisted with ADL's and provided transportation.
  • Support Provider Provide daily assistance with ADL's for individuals with developmental disabilities.

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20. Nutritious Meals

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Here's how Nutritious Meals is used in Provider jobs:
  • Prepared nutritious meals based on dietary restrictions.
  • Plan, shop for, or prepare nutritious meals or assist families in planning, shopping for, or preparing nutritious meals
  • Prepared nutritious meals based on client's dietary needs and served meals to patients on a daily basis.
  • Prepared nutritious meals and snacks, monitoring of children when parents are working or otherwise unavailable.
  • Served healthy and nutritious meals based on child(s) schedule in day care.
  • Provided a safe, nurturing environment while preparing nutritious meals for children and adults.
  • Prepare and provide nutritious meals and snacks while observing special diets and/or allergies.
  • Administer medication, transport, assist with hygiene, and prepare nutritious meals.
  • Planned, prepared and arranged nutritious meals for children.
  • Plan, shop for, or assist/prepare nutritious meals.
  • Prepare nutritious meals, assist family planning.
  • Prepared nutritious meals and snacks.
  • Prepare and serve nutritious meals.

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21. Safe Environment

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Here's how Safe Environment is used in Provider jobs:
  • Maintain a constructive and safe environment for children to grow and learn, using the Montessori method of teaching.
  • Reported any patient complaints and incidents to the case manager maintained a safe environment for patients.
  • Organized and set up a safe environment in accordance with DOD standards for in-home child care.
  • Provide behavioral guidance to consumers to ensure a safe environment for other consumers and staff.
  • Coordinated with local care authorities to ensure safe environment in parent's apartment.
  • Insured a calm, healthy and safe environment for residents to live in.
  • Help children learn and grow in a fun, safe environment.
  • Provide a safe environment for all children while under my supervision.
  • Assist in maintaining a clean and safe environment within the home
  • Maintain a controlled and safe environment for the children.
  • Maintain a healthy, safe environment for my client.
  • Developed safe environment and learning facility in my home.
  • Provide a safe environment for abuse or neglected children.
  • Maintain safe environment for learning and play time.
  • Maintain clean work area and provided safe environment.
  • Maintain a healthy, clean and safe environment.
  • Clean and maintain safe environment for children.
  • Provided a safe environment for troubled teens.
  • Maintained a safe environment for children.
  • Support residents emotionally during complex and stressful situations.Maintain a safe environment.

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22. Bed Linens

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Here's how Bed Linens is used in Provider jobs:
  • Change bed linens, clean, iron laundry and assist in keeping room, cabinet, and dresser drawers neat and clean
  • Complete housekeeping tasks such as changing bed linens, washing dishes, and cleaning living areas.
  • Provided in home patient care, cooked meals, changed bed linens and washed laundry.
  • Changed bed linens, washed and ironed laundry, and placed in drawers.
  • Clean and change bed linens.
  • Provided cared for patients by cooking, changing bed linens, washing and ironing laundry, general house cleaning.

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23. Mental Health Services

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Here's how Mental Health Services is used in Provider jobs:
  • Provide face to face mental health services, according to treatment plan to treat mental illnesses of individuals and groups.
  • Provide drug court participants referals for mental health services Help link drug court team to other services within Volunteer Behavioral Health
  • Provided mental health services, monitoring, and assessment to mental health clients living in multiple psychiatric residential home locations.
  • Explained and interpreted mental health services to patients or others.

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24. People

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Here's how People is used in Provider jobs:
  • Take mentally handicapped adults into the community and teach them life/social/people skills
  • Provided community-based services to people with severe mental illness.
  • Provide services to people with developmental disabilities
  • Provided assistance to those people with disabilities
  • Gathered information about alleged offenders by talking to their families and friends, and other people who may have relevant information.
  • People who opt to work at this position usually do so because they are following a dream of helping others.
  • Stocked and staffed clinic and then went all over town shaking hands and invited people to come to us.
  • Gained great knowledge of technology and the endless possibilities of what is out there for people with disabilities.
  • Give presentations, and answer questions for people who are interested in providing transportation to Medicaid members.
  • Take clients out in environment and work, to interact daily with people in the community.
  • Help people who are disabled, chronically ill, or cognitively impaired and older adults.
  • Be careful to involve other people; don't try to do it all yourself.
  • Provided quality care to elderly people helping them to have an independent and happy life.
  • Marketed to and drew audiences of 40+ people for 90 minute talks to build business.
  • Home Health Provider: Providing assistance to seniors, kids, and people with disability.
  • Realize that I am able to make a difference in other people's lives.
  • Investigate allegations of abuse, neglect and exploitation of the elderly and people with disabilities
  • Have people live in my home and supervise daily activities and support for them.
  • Entertain elderly people: read, communicate, go to the movies etc.
  • Work one on one with people with varying degrees of mental health issues.

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25. Household Chores

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Here's how Household Chores is used in Provider jobs:
  • Help patient with household chores such as washing dishes, sweep and mop, and sanitize home.
  • Monitor health, Support with household chores such as cleaning, cooking, dusting and laundry.
  • Assist with daily care for patients, as well as household chores and errands.
  • Helped with household chores, grocery shopping, and doctors visits.
  • Assisted clients with household chores and development of independent living skills.
  • Performed various household chores for clients as per service plan.
  • Assisted residents in completing household chores and personal hygiene care.
  • Assisted with personal hygiene care and household chores.
  • Complete all laundry duties and household chores.
  • Assist the elderly and the disabled with shopping, household chores and transporting to doctors appointments.
  • Travelled to the patients' home performed household chores.
  • Clean,cooked basic household chores, etc...
  • Assist client with all household chores (i.e dishes, laundry, cleaning) 2.
  • State of Washington Caregiver Household chores and medical assistants.
  • Provide direct care of disable elderly adults Assist with feeding, clothing, and bathing Assist with household chores

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26. Medicaid

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Here's how Medicaid is used in Provider jobs:
  • Worked on developing and testing of modules Provider Management and Eligibility Rules development for various family care Medicaid products.
  • Assisted in enrolling and transitioning elderly clients from company owned insurance to Medicaid and Medicare.
  • Verified eligibility of Medicaid clients on a monthly basis to receive reimbursements for services.
  • Adhere to Policy and Procedure regarding Medicaid/Medicare stipulations and Federal Law.
  • Used the Medicaid Management Information System to obtain current procedural guidelines.
  • Process Medicaid and Medicare provider appeals.
  • Assist with applying and obtaining insurances such as Healthy Indiana Plan (HIP), Medicaid, Medicare and Private Insurances.
  • Completed desk reviews in accordance with Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) regulations and Government Auditing Standards.
  • Reviewed, verified, quantified, approved, and processed Medicaid billing documentation based on 15-minute increments and client/staff ratios.
  • Worked with BCBSM on a project with provider offices to improve their Wellness plan of care for their Medicare/Medicaid members.
  • Practiced within scope of practice for a LPN/RN in the state of Ohio per Medicaid rules and regulations.
  • Provided home care services to individuals who are eligible for services under the Medicaid Waiver Residential Supports Program.
  • Communicate with CO Medicaid providers by telephone (inbound and outbound) to bring resolution to unpaid accounts.
  • Developed forms used by staff at client sites to document provider services for Medicaid documentation and billing.
  • Used daily as a preceptor type role for New York Medicaid and general appeal questions and issues.
  • Created additional quick review sheet using established job aids and other resources for New York Medicaid.
  • Audit, as an intermediary, Medicare and Medicaid cost reports of health care providers.
  • Conducted HHA, ACO, HEDIS, Medicaid reviews and assisted in QA meetings.
  • Acted as one of two coordinators processing New York Medicaid appeals for provider team.
  • Document daily activities, client choices, strengths and achievements for Medicaid billing.

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27. Blood Pressure

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Here's how Blood Pressure is used in Provider jobs:
  • Provide health information to the public during health fairs Perform first aid during community events Perform blood pressure screenings at local pharmacies
  • Recorded client temperature, blood pressure, pulse, food and fluid intake and output, as directed.
  • Screen clients for Cholesterol, Body composition, Body Mass Index, Blood Pressure, and skin Cancer.
  • Nurse skills that I learn from the Nurses in using blood pressure and other thing for care.
  • Performed preliminary physical test; taking blood pressure, weight, temperature, and blood glucose monitoring.
  • Monitor blood pressure, spO2, pulse, and all other Physician ordered hospital discharge instructions.
  • Experience with use of diabetic testing machines, blood pressure machines, and other medical equipment.
  • Measured weight, height, body temperature, pulse rate and blood pressure daily.
  • Job Responsibilities: Administer medication, Checked patients blood pressure and diabetic sugar intake.
  • Take and record blood pressure, pulse, respiration, and temperature.
  • General cleaning duties, checking blood pressure, checking blood glucose.
  • Set up dietary menu to maintain blood sugar and blood pressure.
  • Monitor patients pulse, breathing and blood pressure levels and document.
  • Check vitals, blood pressure, and sugar.
  • Checked her blood pressure and sugar all day.
  • Check sugar levels, blood pressure.
  • Take sugar levels and blood pressure.
  • Provided competent care to home-bound Seniors, monitored health conditions, personal hygiene, medication, blood pressure.
  • Body composition, fat percentage, blood pressure, finger sticks, Cotnine, health counseling.

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28. Medication Management

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Here's how Medication Management is used in Provider jobs:
  • Attended monthly in-service training sessions on behavior management, crisis intervention, and medication management.
  • Performed assessments, diagnosing and medication management of homeless psychiatric patients.
  • Provide individual therapy, case management, and medication management.
  • Provide medication management and record keeping.
  • Provided transportation, and medication management.
  • Assist with cleaning, cooking, errands, medication management, appointments, paperwork and bills
  • Doctor Appointments include driving to clinic, translating, and Medication management.
  • prepare meals, laundry, errands, bathing dressing, grooming personal hygiene, medication management, assist in feeding.
  • Care Provider Responsible for all patient care aspects such as taking vital signs and medication management.

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29. Physical Therapy

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Here's how Physical Therapy is used in Provider jobs:
  • Educate family and perform physical therapy directives provided by Physical Therapist.
  • Manage physical therapy inventory and equipment levels.
  • Developed and implemented physical therapy program.
  • Provided services including, medications, bathing, physical therapy exercises, cooking, cleaning and with tasks of daily living.
  • Helped patients get started on physical therapy equipment and also helped them out to their cars.
  • Transport to and from physical therapy, doctor visits, business meetings as needed.
  • Administered medications, and provided first aid and some physical therapy.
  • Monitor critical clients, physical therapy, evaluate clients, bathing.
  • Assisted clients with physical therapy, working to remain mobile.
  • Ordered supplies for both the office and physical therapy department.
  • Perform range of motion and any physical therapy.
  • Assisted with physical therapy, lifting and bathing.
  • Help patients with their Physical Therapy sessions.
  • Help patient with physical therapy exercises.
  • Do physical therapy with clients.
  • Applied physical therapy to patients.
  • Assisted in physical therapy sessions.
  • Pre-certified and monitored workers' compensation Physical Therapy, Occupational Therapy and Speech Language Pathology cases for optimal recovery.
  • Check patient's pulse rate, temperature, and respiration ratePerform prescribed exercises and other physical therapy, administer medications.
  • Educate patients on prescription instruction, physical therapy, and basic healthcare.

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30. Medication Administration

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Here's how Medication Administration is used in Provider jobs:
  • Provide personal hygiene assistance, medication administration, light housekeeping and vital signs.
  • Support the individual in different areas of daily living, including medication administration.
  • Provided daily medication administration and made certain the medication was correct.
  • Document client progress, medication administration, and seizure activity.
  • Assist with housekeeping, meal preparation, medication administration.
  • Monitor and assist with medication administration compliance.
  • Aided in medication administration assistance.
  • Provide direct care needs, medication administration and completion of procedures as ordered by physician.
  • Prepare meals, light housekeeping, escort, bathing, laundry, and medication administration.
  • Total care given: bathing, dressing, therapy, feeding and medication administration.
  • Perform tasks, such as completing progress notes, behavior documentation and medication administration.
  • Provide home health care to the patients with Medicaid services Assessments, IV, wound care and Medication Administration
  • Assisted in quarterly changing of Mic-key G-tube placement, along with G-tube medication administration.
  • Provide assistance in cleaning and cooking Provide assistance in medication administration Provide assistance with bathing and laundry
  • Assisted in postmortem care as well as certain medication administration (suppositories, Ativan/Risperidone creams, and patches.)
  • Escorted Patients to doctors appointments Medication Administration, and wound cleaning Cooked, cleaned, washed clothes
  • Assist with changing ADL's for the aging adult Medication administration Personal care Special meal preparation Assessments with overall wellbeing

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31. Daily Needs

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Here's how Daily Needs is used in Provider jobs:
  • Assist the resident's with daily needs (bathing, grooming, dressing, feeding, and checking/changing).
  • Worked on daily goals, scheduled appointments, organized daily routines, made sure basic daily needs were met.
  • Assist with patient's daily needs such as preparing meals, cleaning, and organizing the house.
  • Provide transportation, assist with daily needs and/or wants, help build motor and logic skills.
  • Key responsibilities were tending to my home patient and providing assistance with their daily needs.
  • Administered medicine, cooked, cleaned, and took care of other daily needs.
  • Assisted patient with daily needs, such as bathing, cooking, house chores
  • Laundered and dress according to activities and events of their daily needs.
  • Care and assist in the daily needs of elderly patients.
  • Assist the elderly in home with there daily needs.
  • Home health provider assist clients with daily needs.
  • Care for resident''s daily needs.
  • Assist with daily needs of residents.
  • Nurse Aide providing daily needs.
  • Assist elderly residents with the best care and daily needs like bathing, grooming, laundry, feeding and transfering.
  • Assist the elderly or the disabled with their daily needs Work part-time as needed per the clients request
  • assist the patient with daily needs cooking, cleaning, and maintain a good hygiene.
  • Take care and assist elderly with Alzheimers and dementia in their daily needs.
  • Change diapers, assist with all daily needs .
  • assist individuals with their daily needs.

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32. Data Entry

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Here's how Data Entry is used in Provider jobs:
  • Process credentialing applications, alpha-numeric filing, and accurate and timely data entry using Excel and Access Microsoft office applications,
  • Process provider/practitioner data and handling requests per Provider Representatives Data entry of medical claims & obtaining Medicare listings.
  • Perform dental credentialing verification, data entry and system maintenance aligning data across all systems.
  • Verify all required information is included in documentation provided for data entry.
  • Demonstrated data entry proficiency by reviewing claims for appropriate payments.
  • Chart patient data, answer phones, and familiarized with data entry of intake assessments into centralized client management software.
  • Performed quality control of the data entry system to verify that all he information was input correctly.
  • Assisted with data entry for end-of-day reports and briefed the patient count at flight meetings.
  • Execute clerical duties (data entry, registration, insurance and billing).
  • Reviewed and coded medical claims, data entry, provided customer support.
  • Maintain Database: data entry, information audit/verification, perform queries.
  • Promoted from Junior Data Entry Clerk to Provider Configurations Clerk.
  • Perform data entry for Physician and medical group applications.
  • Processed and filled paperwork on incoming/outgoing shelter residentAnswered telephone, data entry, and created daily reports
  • Completed accurate data entry and organized large datasets within expansive electronic database.
  • Provide data entry using Provider software applications Meet production and Quality service at end of each month and Year.
  • Enter transactions into Smart Cash and generate reports on a daily basis, data entry of invoices.
  • Assigned PINs and entered names, contact information, and medical codes in Data Entry Plus.
  • Conduct surveys with customers Conduct data entry via quick test software

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33. Alzheimer

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Here's how Alzheimer is used in Provider jobs:
  • Administered daily medication for Alzheimer.
  • Increase the number of provider champions who will diagnose, inform and treat patients early Alzheimer s Disease.
  • Help with feeding and daily care Administered medications Grandfather had slight Dementia Grandmother had advanced Alzheimer's
  • Experienced various medical conditions including Parkinson's, Dementia, Cancer, and Alzheimer's.
  • Cared for Stroke Patients, Dementia and Alzheimer's Patients, Disabled Patients.
  • Experience with various medical conditions including Parkinson's, Dementia, Alzheimer's.
  • Provided care for residents with Alzheimer s disease and dementia or related illness.
  • Specialize in Alzheimer's and dementia clients as well as disabled veterans.
  • Cared for elderly woman with Leukemia and Alzheimer's Disease.
  • Provided care for elderly grandmother with dementia and Alzheimer's.
  • Provide assistance to an elderly Alzheimer/Parkinson's patient.
  • Have training with Stroke and Alzheimer's clients.
  • Specialized in Alzheimer and stroke patients.
  • Provide care for Alzheimer's/Dementia patients.
  • Weekend aid for a married couple with Multiple Sclerosis and advanced Alzheimer's Originated all cooking, cleaning, hygiene.
  • Reasearched about various illness and diseases such as Parkinson's, dementia, Alzheimer.
  • Care for my grandmother ' who has Alzheimer's and disabled
  • Care and assistance for alzheimers patient
  • Provide service and assistance for the elderly -Such as AM/PM care, laundry, and housekeeping -Taking care of Alzheimer's patients
  • Experienced in alzheimers and dementia.Light housekeeping, cooking and driving to appointments.

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34. Food Preparation

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Here's how Food Preparation is used in Provider jobs:
  • Assisted with the care of the children, transportation, activities, food preparation, Incoming interviews for potential clients.
  • Care for individuals with developmental disabilities; assisting with everyday tasks such as food preparation, hygiene care, budget management
  • Assist in menu planning, grocery shopping, food preparation and cooking as per medical/nutritional orders.
  • Provide in-home care including administering medications, bathing, food preparation, and transferring.
  • Take vital signs, documentation, food preparation give bed baths & shower assistants.
  • Assisted with daily tasks such as food preparation, running errands household maintenance.
  • Help with daily functions such as, food preparation, Dr appointments , shopping, personal hygiene.
  • Bathed/Groomed/Dressed daily/tutoring Food preparation/dish washer/ provided childcare Wash clothes/Distributed medicine Food/clothes weekly
  • General cleaning duties Grooming patients Food preparation Escorting clients to doctor's visits

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35. DR

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Here's how DR is used in Provider jobs:
  • Developed critical thinking skills by carefully examining situations and helping children resolve various conflicts with one another
  • Assisted families with emotionally and/or behaviorally challenged children by providing a range of special needs services.
  • Implement activities/teaching strategies to teach children life skills while working closely with families and interdisciplinary teams.
  • Implement positive discipline when required clearly and effectively communicate in a manner that children understand.
  • Supported patients by providing housekeeping and laundry services.
  • Attended to children experiencing difficulties with lunchroom activities.
  • House chores cooking laundry medication refill shopping
  • Help patient dress.help administer medication.
  • Experience caring for elementary-age children.
  • Provided daily activities, set goals, for a male with down syndrome including care plans and meeting goals for education.
  • Position: Community Support Provider I Worked with children and/or adults, primarily in their homes and provided basic skills activities.
  • Help clients in their homes with daily living activities such as bathing, dressing, grooming, cleaning, cooking and feeding
  • Take care of my client light house cleaning, laundry, prepare meals as well as monitoring and administering her medications.
  • Preform household duties, as making bed, doing laundry, washing dishes, preparing meals, and cleaning house.
  • Collaborate with other related service providers and parents in order to address the needs of the student and his/her family.
  • Completed face to face interviews with clients individually and with families to assess what services would best address their needs.
  • Interviewed potential clients, scheduled appointments, discussed child care plan options and maintained relationships with parents and children.
  • Assist the supervisor as required in setting up and cleaning away equipment, attending to the needs of children.
  • Organize, lead, and promote interest in recreational activities such as arts/crafts, fundraisers, and community outings.
  • Maintained the order, safety, cleanliness of the facility and grounds and also responsible for housekeeping and laundry.

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36. Emotional Support

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Here's how Emotional Support is used in Provider jobs:
  • Provided patients and families with emotional support through conversation and assistance.
  • Provided emotional support and physical assistance.
  • Provide vital physical, practical, and emotional support to a person who is elderly, disabled or senior.
  • Offer emotional support to clients and their families and help educate them on medical topics.
  • Provide assistance and emotional support in times of crisis and emergency situations.
  • Arrange for transportation, if necessary, and provide emotional support.
  • Planned and organized activities, goals and emotional support.
  • Provided transportation/assistance at client appointments Provided socialization and emotional support to clients with MH diagnoses
  • Provided behavioral/emotional support and supervision Delivered in-home care to disabled children and adults.

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37. Client Condition

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Here's how Client Condition is used in Provider jobs:
  • Monitored client condition by observing physical and mental condition.
  • Report client conditions and behaviors accurately.
  • Prepare and maintain records of client progress and services performed, reporting changes in client condition to health care provider.
  • Groom, bathe, feed, observe and report client conditions and behaviors.
  • Reported changes in client conditions to manager or supervisor.
  • Provided updates on client conditions to family and office staff.

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38. Medical Records

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Here's how Medical Records is used in Provider jobs:
  • Care for individuals by providing companionship and personal care; administer pharmaceuticals; and maintain medical records.
  • Examine medical records to identify any coding errors that impact reimbursement.
  • Maintain medical records of everyday activity and health information regarding client.
  • Reviewed and retrieved members/patients medical records to enhance provider metrics.
  • Facilitated medical records and secured confidentiality of records.
  • Managed medical records and clinic charts availability report.
  • Processed medical records in accordance with hospital protocols.
  • Organized and managed patient medical records.
  • Maintain copies of medical records for both patients and official use in accordance with State and Federal laws.
  • Forward any medical records to the patient's home plan for processing of claims.
  • Process invoices and updated medical records for primary care physicians, specialists and hospitals.
  • Type patient notes from their appointments with me to maintain sufficient medical records.
  • Filled medical records requests in a timely and efficient manner, following HIPAA laws
  • Review previous medical records to recruit for specific board certified physicians.
  • Document progress towards goals and make notes in medical records.
  • Called doctor offices and hospitals to obtain medical records.
  • Supervised departmental Medical Records intake (ProComm).
  • Maintain children's medical records.
  • Communicate with other healthcare facilities to obtain necessary patient electronic medical records.
  • Prepared and tracked Medical Records Handled all incoming referrals, calling to schedule appointment and prepare correct paperwork and send out.

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39. Personal Services

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Here's how Personal Services is used in Provider jobs:
  • Assist the clients with personal services such as bathing, dressing and grooming.
  • Provide assistance with personal services such as reinforcing independence with potty training.
  • Provided personal services to elderly patients in their home; housekeeping tasks, cooking meals, and bathing assistance.
  • Major responsibilities include personal services, respite care, Alzheimer's care, short-term recovery, and extended services.
  • Assist clients by providing personal services; such as bathing, dressing, grooming & incontinence care.
  • Assisted patients by providing personal services, and aided them in performing activities of daily living.

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40. Recreational Activities

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Here's how Recreational Activities is used in Provider jobs:
  • Planned and supervised recreational activities/outings and participated in functions with other foster-care providers.
  • Organize and participate in recreational activities and ensure order in activity areas.
  • Created educational and recreational activities for child.
  • Assist with paying bill, and groceries, shopping, recreational activities, making sure correct medication/dosage is being given.
  • Instructed children on proper health and personal habits- Engaged in recreational activities such as games and puzzles- Dressed and change diapers
  • Read books to the kids & do recreational activities such as drawing, painting & cutting shapes.
  • Provided transportation to care programs, home visits and recreational activities; supervised behavior of resident.
  • Arrange educational and recreational activities including field trips and park recesses.
  • Engage clients in creative pursuits, reading, and recreational activities.
  • Implement therapeutic goals through instruction, leisure and recreational activities.
  • Assisted client for recreational activities, tours and doctors appointments.
  • Supervised residents in and out of home recreational activities.
  • Participate with and include client in recreational activities.
  • Help residents with basicneeds and arrange recreational activities.
  • Transport service recipient to and from work, scheduled appointments, and recreational activities in a safe an timely manner
  • PParticipated in recreational activities and accompanied on other outside activities and kept wriitwn records of daily activities.

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41. Daily Tasks

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Here's how Daily Tasks is used in Provider jobs:
  • Administered medications and helped patients perform daily tasks and activities while treating them as a part of my family.
  • Assisted living for elderly with daily tasks, hygiene, and meals.
  • Assisted patient with daily tasks; made sure patient took daily medications.
  • Assist individuals with disabilities with daily tasks while promoting their independence.
  • Perform daily tasks to keep patient clean among other related duties.
  • Provide life assistance services which include help with daily tasks.
  • Assisted elderly and disabled in performing daily tasks and needs.
  • Managed daily tasks as needed based on state requirements.
  • Assisted child care provider with daily tasks.
  • Assist in daily tasks of client.
  • Assist clients in daily tasks (washing up, brushing teeth, fixing beds, cleaning, etc.)
  • Help w daily tasks needed CookingLaundry Cleaning Dressing, Grooming, bathingAssist with medication
  • Cook, clean, help administer medications, help client with daily tasks ,shopping, and going to doctors visits.

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42. Lesson Plans

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Here's how Lesson Plans is used in Provider jobs:
  • Documented lesson plans and progress reports of recipients for clinical assessments and evaluations.
  • Tailored lesson plans for consumers with emotional and cognitive disabilities.
  • Travel and participate on outings and field trips with students, implementing scheduled lesson plans as well as training for generalization.
  • Created weekly lesson plans, conducted parent-teacher conferences and kept track of monthly meal log, fire safety log and attendance.
  • Reviewed and critiqued lesson plans, praising lesson plan strengths while providing constructive assessments of areas for improvement.
  • Design relevant and interactive lesson plans based on client interest to address literacy skills in need of improvement.
  • Implemented lesson plans for the education activities and arranged play material for children of all ages.
  • Prepare lesson plans and daily schedules for the different age groups deemed appropriate.
  • Created lesson plans and did extra curriculum activities with the children.
  • Planed and arranges all necessary materials for daily lesson plans.
  • Execute lesson plans as prepared and assigned by daycare provider.
  • Provided high yield learning lesson plans for children aged 9-12.
  • Help lead Teacher prepare activities that support lesson plans.
  • Created weekly lesson plans specified to each child s ISP
  • Created lesson plans for group and assigned tasks.
  • Prepared lesson plans weekly and monthly.
  • Developed and put into place age-appropriate curriculum and/or lesson plans..
  • Prepare weekly lesson plans and submit to the program director Provide direct supervision of students in all area of the daycare.
  • Assist the Lead Teacher in incorporating required activities into lesson plans that support children's development.
  • Type up lesson plans and other material such as permission slips and flyers for advertisement.

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43. Household Requirements

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Here's how Household Requirements is used in Provider jobs:
  • Shopped for food and other household requirements; prepared and served meals and snacks; runs errands.
  • Assisted in shopping for food and other household requirements.
  • Supported patient by providing household requirements.
  • Provide housekeeping and laundry services, shopping for food and other household requirements, preparing and serving meals and snacks.
  • Supported patients by providing housekeeping and laundry services; shopping for food, and other household requirements.

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44. Ihss

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Here's how Ihss is used in Provider jobs:
  • Worked as an IHSS Care Provider for 1 elderly woman and her 40-year-old mentally disabled daughter.
  • Worked for County of Sacramento as an IHSS provider.
  • store, and other health related appointments, also alternative resources where the IHSS recipient receives services instead of IHSS.
  • Provide protective supervision Shop and prepare meals for IHSS recipient Do laundry, budget and administer prescribed medication.
  • Take IHSS recipient to appointments with their healthcare providers.
  • Home health aid, 03/2011 to 12/2015 Ihss paul simms - 5149 noakes ct Lite cleaning cooking arrends change clothes.

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45. Personal Needs

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Here's how Personal Needs is used in Provider jobs:
  • Assist client with personal needs like house work, errands, transportation, and reminders for medication and doctors appointments.
  • Provide car for the elderly and disabled by tending to household needs, personal needs and running errands.
  • Helped take care of personal needs, cook, transportation, ride metro lift...etc.
  • Cook clean assist patients with personal needs and escort to doctor appointment.
  • Assist parents on personal needs and have monthly meetings for educational purpose
  • Reported clients progress with treatment prescribed to their personal needs.
  • Perform help with the residents personal needs.
  • Shopped for groceries and personal needs items.
  • Assisted the elderly with personal needs.
  • See above, but add Distributor/alterer/launderer of Donated Clothes; Gleaner of Donated Food, Furniture and Personal Needs.
  • Assisted patients in their homes with all personal needs Distributed daily medications

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46. Treatment Plans

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Here's how Treatment Plans is used in Provider jobs:
  • Developed individualized treatment plans, completed progress notes and Ohio Scale
  • Developed and implemented nursing treatment plans.
  • Teach specific skills and behaviors, in accordance with the goals, objectives and strategies identified in their behavioral treatment plans.
  • Completed crisis intervention, treatment plans, daily progress notes, 30-day reviews, 90-day reviews and other relevant paperwork.
  • Create treatment plans for clients focusing on psychological, social, financial, legal, family, and health goals.
  • Completed diagnostic assessments and need assessments to determine appropriate services and develop goals and treatment plans.
  • Maintain a safe and structured environment which includes passing prescription medication and following treatment plans.
  • Followed up daily with residents to ensure they followed treatment plans outlined by social workers.
  • Work collaboratively with supervisors and a team to develop strong treatment plans and creative interventions.
  • Document patient health history, maintain SOAP notes, make and follow treatment plans.
  • Implemented treatment plans, provided counseling, attended treatment team meetings, and documented notes
  • Assisted them with everyday responsibilities and to achieve the goals in their treatment plans.
  • Developed treatment plans for managing anger and coping with symptoms of mental health diagnosis.
  • Provided clients with social skills needed to complete goals from their individual treatment plans.
  • Perform patient histories, physicals, medication review and monthly patient treatment plans.
  • Improved skill on providing many treatment plans, prophylaxis's, and sealants
  • Create behavioral goals/treatment plans as relates to client's behavior.
  • Executed and carried out medical and vocational treatment plans.
  • Collaborate with clinical staff to enforce treatment plans.
  • Tailored comprehensive treatment plans to patient's needs.

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47. Phone Calls

low Demand
Here's how Phone Calls is used in Provider jobs:
  • Facilitate in arranging interviews between providers and medical leadership via scheduling phone calls or organizing travel.
  • Received and translated written correspondence and telephone calls from Spanish-speaking providers.
  • Provide administrative duties, such as answering phone calls, taking messages, and responding to inquiries.
  • Learned to fix computers on site, answered phone calls and recorded issues in a database.
  • Established great customer relationships by answering inquiries from providers through phone calls and emails.
  • Developed new relationships by frequent follow up via email, phone calls and mailings.
  • Answered and directed incoming telephone calls, recorded messages and assisted clients with information.
  • Use knowledge from past phone calls to improve future experiences with customers.
  • Answered, screened and forwarded phone calls when operating the telephone switchboard.
  • Modified phone calls to meet the specific needs of the member.
  • Take phone calls if needed, rely message.
  • Make phone calls for any discrepancies on claims.
  • Answered phone calls dealing with customer questions, comments and concerns in a professional manner.
  • Transported and assisted with community activities Filled, answered phone calls, set appointments
  • Assist with medical claims status, Answering phone calls , emailing providers.
  • screened telephone calls and inquiries and directed them as appropriate
  • Call Center: Making and receiving phone calls .

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48. Household Supplies

low Demand
Here's how Household Supplies is used in Provider jobs:
  • Perform a variety of duties as requested by client, such as obtaining household supplies or running errands.
  • Perform a variety of duties as requested by client, such as obtaining household supplies and running errands.
  • Performed a variety of duties as requested by client, such as obtaining household supplies and running errands.
  • Obtained household supplies and ran daily errands.
  • Perform a variety of duties as requested by client, such as obtaining household supplies or running errands.
  • Perform a variety of duties as requested by client, such as obtaining household supplies or running errands.

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49. Oral Medications

low Demand
Here's how Oral Medications is used in Provider jobs:
  • Administered prescribed oral medications under written direction of physician or as directed by physician.
  • Administered prescribed oral medications under the written direction of a physician.
  • Administer prescribed oral medications according to physician directions.
  • Administered prescribed oral medications, under the written direction of physician, and ensure patients took their medicine.
  • Administered prescribed oral medications under written direction of physician and as directed by home care nurse.
  • Administer prescribed oral medications under written direction of physician.

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50. Family Disruption

low Demand
Here's how Family Disruption is used in Provider jobs:
  • Provided care and assistance to individuals and their families during times of incapacitation, family disruptions or convalescence.
  • Care for individuals or families during periods of incapacitation, family disruption.
  • Care for individuals of families during periods of incapacitation, family disruption, providing companionship, and personal care.

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20 Most Common Skill for a Provider

Laundry Services14.7%
Personal Care13%
Meal Prep9%
Providers7.8%
Independent Living7.3%
Companionship5.8%
Medical Appointments5.6%
Patient Care4.6%

Typical Skill-Sets Required For A Provider

RankSkillPercentage of ResumesPercentage
1
1
Laundry Services
Laundry Services
11.2%
11.2%
2
2
Personal Care
Personal Care
9.9%
9.9%
3
3
Meal Prep
Meal Prep
6.9%
6.9%
4
4
Providers
Providers
5.9%
5.9%
5
5
Independent Living
Independent Living
5.5%
5.5%
6
6
Companionship
Companionship
4.4%
4.4%
7
7
Medical Appointments
Medical Appointments
4.3%
4.3%
8
8
Patient Care
Patient Care
3.5%
3.5%
9
9
Customer Service
Customer Service
2.9%
2.9%
10
10
Daily Living Activities
Daily Living Activities
2.7%
2.7%
11
11
Healthcare
Healthcare
2.5%
2.5%
12
12
Health Care
Health Care
2.5%
2.5%
13
13
Vital Signs
Vital Signs
2.1%
2.1%
14
14
RUN Errands
RUN Errands
1.9%
1.9%
15
15
Developmental Disabilities
Developmental Disabilities
1.8%
1.8%
16
16
Medication Reminders
Medication Reminders
1.7%
1.7%
17
17
Special Needs
Special Needs
1.7%
1.7%
18
18
CPR
CPR
1.6%
1.6%
19
19
ADL
ADL
1.6%
1.6%
20
20
Nutritious Meals
Nutritious Meals
1.4%
1.4%
21
21
Safe Environment
Safe Environment
1.3%
1.3%
22
22
Bed Linens
Bed Linens
1.2%
1.2%
23
23
Mental Health Services
Mental Health Services
1.2%
1.2%
24
24
People
People
1.2%
1.2%
25
25
Household Chores
Household Chores
1.2%
1.2%
26
26
Medicaid
Medicaid
1.2%
1.2%
27
27
Blood Pressure
Blood Pressure
1.2%
1.2%
28
28
Medication Management
Medication Management
1.1%
1.1%
29
29
Physical Therapy
Physical Therapy
1%
1%
30
30
Medication Administration
Medication Administration
0.9%
0.9%
31
31
Daily Needs
Daily Needs
0.9%
0.9%
32
32
Data Entry
Data Entry
0.8%
0.8%
33
33
Alzheimer
Alzheimer
0.8%
0.8%
34
34
Food Preparation
Food Preparation
0.7%
0.7%
35
35
DR
DR
0.7%
0.7%
36
36
Emotional Support
Emotional Support
0.7%
0.7%
37
37
Client Condition
Client Condition
0.7%
0.7%
38
38
Medical Records
Medical Records
0.6%
0.6%
39
39
Personal Services
Personal Services
0.6%
0.6%
40
40
Recreational Activities
Recreational Activities
0.6%
0.6%
41
41
Daily Tasks
Daily Tasks
0.6%
0.6%
42
42
Lesson Plans
Lesson Plans
0.6%
0.6%
43
43
Household Requirements
Household Requirements
0.5%
0.5%
44
44
Ihss
Ihss
0.5%
0.5%
45
45
Personal Needs
Personal Needs
0.5%
0.5%
46
46
Treatment Plans
Treatment Plans
0.5%
0.5%
47
47
Phone Calls
Phone Calls
0.5%
0.5%
48
48
Household Supplies
Household Supplies
0.5%
0.5%
49
49
Oral Medications
Oral Medications
0.5%
0.5%
50
50
Family Disruption
Family Disruption
0.5%
0.5%

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