Top Registered Medical Assistant Skills

Below we've compiled a list of the most important skills for a Registered Medical Assistant. We ranked the top skills based on the percentage of Registered Medical Assistant resumes they appeared on. For example, 12.4% of Registered Medical Assistant resumes contained Patient Care as a skill. Let's find out what skills a Registered Medical Assistant actually needs in order to be successful in the workplace.

The six most common skills found on Registered Medical Assistant 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 Registered Medical Assistant jobs:
  • General Surgical Clinical Office Professional, Clinical Medical Responsibilities for every aspect of surgical practice and patient care coordination.
  • Assisted physicians and management with all clinical, clerical and organizational tasks revolving around patient care.
  • Reinforced patient care instructions Negotiated prior authorizations for medications Arranged Patient Hospital Admitting,
  • Developed and operated within capital budget for excellent patient care and physician services.
  • Support patient care delivery by helping health care providers during examinations.
  • Perform general patient care by following established standards and procedures.
  • Prioritize patient care according to acuity and scheduled patient procedures.
  • Promoted to Patient Care Coordinator/Spa Consultant position of management.
  • Obtain specimens and document data collected/administered during patient care.
  • Performed clinical/administrative duties to expedite efficient patient care.
  • Document patient care and related information.
  • Assisted 3 physicians and 3 mid-level providers in a team to ensure optimal patient care and smooth daily functioning of office.
  • Provided a variety of patient care to all ages of including newborns to elderly while under the supervision of two doctors.
  • Provided direct patient care by taking patient vitals, reviewing health records, collecting urine samples and other specimens for testing.
  • Paired with a primary care Geriatrician to provide excellent patient care for seniors in both one-on-one, and group appointment settings.
  • Assist 22 Physicians as well as the ARNP team in ensuring optimal patient care and smooth daily functioning of the practice.
  • Assist provider's with patient care, exams, procedures and other processes related to direct patient care under direct supervision.
  • Exhibited clear communication understanding and compassionate empathetic quality patient care with regard to issues of the death and dying process.
  • Assist five physicians as well as two Registered nurses in ensuring optimal patient care and smooth daily functioning of office.
  • Managed the clinic, ensuring delivery of effective and appropriate quality patient care in support of the practice's objectives.

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2. Office Supplies

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Here's how Office Supplies is used in Registered Medical Assistant jobs:
  • Conducted inventory management for pharmaceutical medications and office supplies.
  • Clean and sterilize instruments and dispose of contaminated supplies Inventory and order medical, lab, and office supplies and equipment.
  • Chart filing, keeping inventory and placing inventory orders for office supplies and vaccines using VFC.
  • Maintain filing system, cleanliness of all examination rooms and order office supplies as needed.
  • Take an inventory and order the medical, laboratory, and office supplies and equipment.
  • Answered phones, set appointments, billing and coding, and maintained office supplies.
  • Maintain inventory for office supplies and vaccines, maintain timely schedules for doctors.
  • Attained inventory and ordered medical and office supplies, equipment, and instruments.
  • Assisted in the ordering, receiving, and stocking of office supplies.
  • Order office supplies, maintain lab equipment, and schedule appointment.
  • Track and logged monthly expiration sheets of medical and office supplies.
  • Maintain medical supplies as well as office supplies for the practice.
  • Handle and monitor all medical and office supplies for each clinic.
  • Order office supplies and keep stock at a cost effective level.
  • Order, monitor and track office supplies according to budget.
  • Order medical and office supplies for the practice including vaccines.
  • Receive, sort and organize medical and office supplies.
  • Ordered & received shipments of medical and office supplies.
  • Log and inventory vaccinations as well as office supplies.
  • Maintain office supplies, facilities, and equipment.

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3. Vital Signs

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Here's how Vital Signs is used in Registered Medical Assistant jobs:
  • Recorded patient vital signs and administered immunizations/injections; experience with in- office cultures and assistance with minor in-office surgeries.
  • Recorded vital signs, collected lab specimens, and administered intravenous therapy and medication for all surgical patients.
  • Recorded Vital signs, explanation of treatment, prepared patient for examinations and assist physician during examination.
  • Performed duties of patient vital signs, medication/medical history and any other information relevant to patient visit.
  • Demonstrate proficiency in taking medical histories, vital signs, administering immunizations and diagnostic procedures.
  • Demonstrated proficiency in obtaining patient medical histories, vital signs, and prepared/administered injections/medications.
  • Prepare patients for meeting with doctor by obtaining vital signs documenting/updating pertinent health information.
  • Prepare patients for provider by obtaining vital signs, and documenting/updating pertinent health information.
  • Performed vital signs and administered oral medications to inpatients.
  • Recorded vital signs and prepared patients for examination.
  • Take vital signs administered childhood immunizations.
  • Performed vital signs and administered injections.
  • Assisted in clinical care to include measuring vital signs: pulse rate, temperature, blood pressure, weight and height.
  • Prepared patient for exam by obtaining and documenting vital signs, and chief complaint, and preparing patient for provider exam.
  • Charted as well as performed vital signs to include height, weight, blood pressure and temperature into patients medical file.
  • Gathered vital signs and medical history prior to patient receiving infusion of one of six medications infused at the center.
  • Checked in patients -Escorted patient to exam rooms and took vital signs -Any other medical and clerical duties given by providers
  • Assist patients with care take, take vital signs, prep for procedures, draw blood, and obtain specimens.
  • Interview and record patients' medical history, vital signs, weight and height into EMR system following HIPPA protocols.
  • Record patients' medical history, vital signs, and information such as test results in patients electronic medical record.

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4. EKG

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Here's how EKG is used in Registered Medical Assistant jobs:
  • Maintain proficiency with EKG equipment including Halter monitors.
  • Operated diagnostic equipment including EKG.
  • Performed routine tests such as urine dip stick, EKG's, Pulmonary Function Tests, vision and hearing tests.
  • Obtained vital signs, EKG's and documenting/updating pertinent health information (chief complaint, allergies, etc.)
  • Performed EKG's, given breathing treatments, and I have successfully and properly given injections and child immunizations.
  • Operated IDX Rad x-ray system, electrocardiogram (EKG), and other equipment to administer routine diagnostic tests.
  • Perform various task requested by the doctors such as EKG's, blood draws, x-rays, injections.
  • Perform physicals including vitals, EKG's, pulmonary function test, audio grams, and vision examinations.
  • Follow patients on study and obtain necessary QOL's, EKG's, lab, or imaging needed.
  • Administered antibiotic injections, EKG, PPD, vital signs, vaccines, confirm appointments, drug screening.
  • Administer routine diagnostic tests such as electrocardiogram (EKG) and pulmonary function test (PFT).
  • Observed patient vital signs, glucose readings, urinalysis, EKG's, and pregnancy test.
  • Assist physicians with minor office procedures; perform EKG s, urinalysis, and NST s.
  • Roomed patients and obtained histories and vital signs as well as performed EKG and A1c.
  • Chart preparation and patient vitals as well as EKG's done on a daily basis.
  • Checked in patients, as well as charting and taking vitals such as EKG's.
  • Perform therapeutic injections, vaccinations, intravenous blood draw, x-ray and EKG's.
  • Perform physicals including vitals, EKG's, pulmonary function test, room patients.
  • Operated electrocardiogram (EKG) and additional testing equipment to route diagnostic tests.
  • Performed diagnostic tests such as EKG, Pulmonary Function, injections etc.

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5. Laboratory Specimens

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Here's how Laboratory Specimens is used in Registered Medical Assistant jobs:
  • Performed basic laboratory tests and collected/prepared laboratory specimens to be sent out for results.
  • Collect laboratory specimens and administered various injections per physician's orders.
  • Prepared and collected laboratory specimens based on physician's orders.
  • Performed vaccinations and ordered laboratory specimens for patients.
  • Collect blood or other laboratory specimens.
  • Assisted physicians by collecting, preparing, and maintaining blood, tissue, and other laboratory specimens.
  • Collected blood, tissues, and laboratory specimens in a safe, sanitary manner for diagnostic testing.
  • Collect blood, tissue, urine and other laboratory specimens and prepare them for lab testing.
  • Process and submit laboratory specimens e.g., urine, stool, throat, and tissue.
  • Collected blood, tissue, urine and other routine laboratory specimens including Strep and Flu.
  • Prepared laboratory specimens as well as transporting specimens to the lab.
  • Ordered, collected, logged and prepared laboratory specimens for testing.
  • Collected laboratory specimens, including blood work, as needed.
  • Prepared room and patient for examination/procedure, collected and preparedlaboratory specimens.
  • Record vital signs, venipuncture, prepare laboratory specimens, administer injections, provide information to patients based on their needs.
  • Documented patient information through EMR and EHR Collected blood, tissue and other laboratory specimens and prepared them for lab testing.
  • Collect blood , tissue or other laboratory specimens recording results after preparing them for testing.
  • Collected blood, tissue,and other laboratory specimens, logged and prepared for testing.
  • Obtained laboratory specimens and completed necessary paperwork Performed venipuncture when directed by physician.
  • Assist providers in acquisition and processing of laboratory specimens.. Administer Vaccines.

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6. Medical Records

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Here's how Medical Records is used in Registered Medical Assistant jobs:
  • Experienced in medical records file management and assembling medical records per medical, regulatory, legal administrative requirements.
  • Prepare Medical Records for future clinics by requesting and organizing charts obtained from Medical Records Department.
  • Create and maintain medical records and documentation Help patients with examinations and procedures Provide patient education.
  • Process Medical records request for Social Security Disability, insurance audits and referrals to physicians documents.
  • Greeted patients, collected vitals and medical history, entered data into electronic medical records.
  • Managed various data entry and information retrieval tasks using electronic and traditional paper medical records.
  • Assisted medical providers with preliminary requirements and documentation for patients utilizing hybrid medical records.
  • Assist with conversion to Electronic Medical Records when Victory Internal acquired Primary Care Physicians.
  • Documented all communication with patients and staff utilizing NextGen Electronic Medical Records software.
  • Maintained accurate and complete medical records for patients using medical software program.
  • Monitored patient's vitals and medical history using electronic medical records.
  • Supported physicians by obtaining patients medical records and applicable diagnostic tests.
  • Performed quality checks for completeness and accuracy of medical records.
  • Maintained patient medical records utilizing EMR PenChart computer software.
  • Prepared and maintained both paper and electronic medical records.
  • Copied and released medical records according to office procedures.
  • Maintained medical records of visits and procedures performed.
  • Protected the security of medical records ensuring confidentiality.
  • Maintained medical files and restructured medical records room.
  • Operated and documented within Electronic Medical Records.

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7. Triage

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Here's how Triage is used in Registered Medical Assistant jobs:
  • Direct patient care including triage* Medication management, scheduling* In office procedures and testing
  • Assist with injections under Fluoro-Check NC/SC's-Triage-Urine Specimen Testing-Prior Authorizations
  • Schedule Appointments For PatientsAnswer Multiple Phone LinesVitals/Triage
  • Demonstrated triage and elegance assistance.
  • Demonstrated triage and emergency assistance.
  • Handled front office administrative duties such as: referrals, patient scheduling, triage, and other duties requested by physician.
  • Assigned to doctors to triage phone calls regarding after care for post surgery and any other needs for their patients.
  • Prepare patient for clinical exams and procedures including monitoring of vital signs, EHR documentation, patient assessment and triage.
  • Interpret, triage, assist Doctor with procedures, give injections and vaccines as order, give patients dismissal orders.
  • Completed patients' triage and collect demographic data such as vital signs, height and weight, and medical histories.
  • Perform all vital signs, UA's, injections, patient documentation, triage, vision and hearing exams.
  • Called patients, performing triage, refilling medications, and providing test results with physician approval and guidance.
  • Perform frequent vitals, administer medication and immunizations, perform initial triage on patients and report to physician.
  • Address messages in patient portal, triage patients and enter data into IDX and Center EMR systems.
  • Answered phones, filed, faxed prescriptions and referrals, triage, and administered vacations and medications.
  • Set up and assist physicians in surgery, triage new injuries, applied dressings and splints.
  • Verify insurance, check in, schedule and help triage patients in a fast pace facility.
  • Answer telephone inquiries, triage calls, and confirm appointments; verify insurance eligibility and benefits.
  • Conducted patient triage, took vitals, and recorded in medical charts via EMR system.
  • Authorize drug refills, prior authorizations, referrals, and triage patient phone calls.

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8. Exam Rooms

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Here's how Exam Rooms is used in Registered Medical Assistant jobs:
  • Clean and stock exam rooms on daily basis, answer hone in clinical area, electronically refill/prescribe medications per physician request/authorizations.
  • Assisted providers with procedures by preparing procedure/exam rooms with required instruments and supplies.
  • Recorded vital in EMR*Irrigated ears*Electronic Med Refills*Cleaned/stocked exam rooms*Assisted with physical exams
  • Prepared exam rooms according to obstetrics or gynecology patients.
  • Assist physician with medical treatments, exams, and procedures after preparing, cleaning, and stocking exam rooms and equipment.
  • Cleaned and prepared examination rooms for patients to ensure the cleanliness, sanitation and maintenance of all exam rooms and equipment.
  • Escort patients to exam rooms and prepared them for exams by taking and recording patient's vital signs and medical history.
  • Answer telephones, order and restock supplies and exam rooms, participate in monthly staff meetings and Continuing Education Training.
  • Assisted in cleaning, sterilizing, preparing and arranging exam rooms in orderly manner with necessary instruments and supplies.
  • Bring patients to the exam rooms and provide instructions for the patient and family to prepare for office visit.
  • Maintain the supply stock in exam rooms and lab areas and document usage so supplies may be replenished.
  • Handled everyday tasks of preparing exam rooms, prepping the women for their prenatal exams and GYN/Pap exams.
  • Cleaned, sterilized & prepared exam rooms, medical instruments, supplies following regulatory standards & regional policies.
  • Ensured the cleanliness of equipment and exam rooms, restock, while working in a fast pace environment.
  • Set and cleaned up exam rooms for providers after every patient and at the end of the day.
  • Escorted patients to exam rooms, retrieved vital signs, and documented all information in patients chart.
  • Prepare exam rooms by cleaning all surfaces after each patient, stocking room with supplies and instruments.
  • Keep patient exam rooms stocked, clean and orderly; dispose of contaminated items according to protocol.
  • Escort patients to exam rooms and obtain vitals, enter patients history and vitals in Epic system.
  • Exercised proper sanitation and cleanliness procedures in maintaining the facility, exam rooms, instruments and equipment.

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9. Phlebotomy

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Here's how Phlebotomy is used in Registered Medical Assistant jobs:
  • Greeted patients, verified correct documentation for requisitions while preparing specimens for laboratory testing; performed screening procedures and phlebotomy.
  • Obtain vital signs-Input and update patient information in EMR system-Administer immunizations and injections-Assist physician with procedures-Scheduling in Med-evolve system-Meditech-Phlebotomy-VFC liaison
  • Performed patient physicals for various departments, handled phlebotomy tasks and successfully completed OSHA mandated exams.
  • Performed phlebotomy, accessioning and performing routine laboratory tests and processing send outs to participating laboratories.
  • Lead Medical Assistant/Phlebotomy Technician, schedules patients for appointments and outpatient procedures and testing.
  • Schedule and complete paramedical exams Phlebotomy; Electrocardiograms; Completing medical history exam forms
  • Registered Phlebotomy Technician, Diabetic Educator, and Clinical Research Coordinator
  • Registered Phlebotomy Technician and IV Infusion Contracted for MS clinical trial
  • Performed phlebotomy and administered injections as directed by the Physician.
  • Performed phlebotomy using venous and capillary blood draw techniques.
  • Performed phlebotomy and obtained specimens for processing.
  • Performed all phlebotomy and processed all specimens.
  • Perform phlebotomy and capillary punctures.
  • Performed laboratory procedures and phlebotomy.
  • Perform 12-lead ECG, phlebotomy for lab test, performing CLIA waived lab tests and responsible for controls and maintaining equipment.
  • Escort patients to treatment rooms, took and recorded vital signs, weight and phlebotomy, verified insurance and maintained supplies.
  • Corresponded with other medical facilities, customer service with patients and for all ages.phlebotomy and OSHA lab testing in office.
  • Trained new employees in designated areas using aseptic techniques, trained them to perform phlebotomy according to policy and procedures.
  • Performed phlebotomy and prepared samples for testing; Performed routine testing in core lab; Assisted doctors in exam rooms.
  • Perform basic lab test by collecting various specimens for urine, hemoglobin, and glucose testing (phlebotomy).

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10. Appointment Scheduling

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Here's how Appointment Scheduling is used in Registered Medical Assistant jobs:
  • Computerized patient registration and appointment scheduling.
  • Performed additional duties as appointed: Appointment scheduling, telephone encounters, medication refill request, and referral assistance.
  • Record and update patient information into data base as well as managing appointment scheduling and follow-up.
  • Front desk duties included appointment scheduling, patient registration, answering telephones, billing and typing.
  • Assisted with patient inquiries for prescription refills, appointment scheduling, and referral authorization as needed.
  • Assist with clerical activities related to appointment scheduling and patient intake.
  • Maintain timely triage flows and assist with appointment scheduling.
  • Assisted in appointment scheduling, insurance follow-up and collections.
  • Oversee office staff, Maintain Doctors schedules, Vitals Performed EMG's, BMD's, Injections, appointment scheduling
  • Coordinated appointment scheduling, lab, x-ray scheduling, surgeries, admissions, and hospital procedures.
  • Triaged patients and obtained vitals, appointment scheduling, expedited prescription refills, carried outpatient referrals, and performed insurance verifications.
  • Performed laboratory procedures Triage patients, obtained and recording vital signs and administered injections Performed EKG's and appointment scheduling
  • Check in/out* Appointment scheduling, Mysis/Vision* Scanning/sorting* EHR, Allscripts* Rooming Patients* Taking Vitals* Immunizations* Triaging patients when needed* JCAHO compliance

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11. Urinalysis

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Here's how Urinalysis is used in Registered Medical Assistant jobs:
  • Performed various diagnostic procedures and ancillary tests (electrocardiogram, chemistry analysis, and urinalysis).
  • Performed vitals/glucose testing; assisted in administering injections, suture removal, and analyzing urinalysis.
  • Performed Urinalysis, assists with different types of cultures and gynecological procedures.
  • Perform urinalysis and capillary punctures to check hemoglobin and glucose measurements.
  • Measured urine and performed urinalysis in lab.
  • Perform urinalysis and pregnancy tests.
  • Performed vitals/glucose testing and urinalysis.
  • Performed certain test in the facility, such as a fecal occult blood test, basic urinalysis, and HCG test.
  • Preform test such as urinalysis, rapid strep, flu testing, mono testing, EKG's PFT's etc.
  • Obtained blood finger sticks, hemoglobin A1C, dipstick urinalysis, urine pregnancy test, coagulation testing and micro-albumin.
  • Perform in-house testing including rapid strep, urinalysis, urine pregnancy test, mono spot, rapid flu screenings.
  • Performed Mono, Strep, Influenza, Urinalysis, hemoglobin, lead and PKU testing procedures of the Lab.
  • Perform CLIA-waived tests including hemoglobin, blood glucose, dipstick urinalysis, rapid strep, and urine pregnancy.
  • Run in office patient tests: Flu, Strep, Urinalysis dip, Lead, Hemoglobin, etc.
  • Perform in-house testing including, but not limited to, urinalysis, strep test, pregnancy testing.
  • Perform urinalysis, rapid strep, influenza, blood glucose levels, mononucleosis, and pregnancy test.
  • Collect and process routine Urinalysis, Strep, Mono, and HCG testing and record results.
  • Tested and recorded blood glucose levels, perform hemoglobin blood levels, urine pregnancy and urinalysis.
  • Draw up and administer vaccines, do in house urinalysis, strep, flu testing.
  • Check patients in/out by getting chief complaints, vitals, urinalysis's & bladder scans.

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12. Front Desk

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Here's how Front Desk is used in Registered Medical Assistant jobs:
  • Worked front desk answering phones*Filing patient files*Call back patients with results/scheduling*Sent faxes to physicians offices*Verified insurances
  • Scheduled appointments assisting with front desk operations.
  • Provided participants assistance in front desk registration.
  • Served as medical front desk receptionist of busy physical therapy clinic serving an average of 500+ patients on a weekly basis.
  • Assisted front desk staff with clerical duties such as addressing and filing correspondence, scheduling, answering phones, patient check-in.
  • Checked patients in and out at front desk, scheduled appointments, managed incoming calls, accepted and documented accounts receivables.
  • Performed front desk duties like handling heavy volume of outbound phone call, scheduling of patients, coping, faxes.
  • Maintained the work flow at the front desk by answering telephones, greeting and assisting patients upon arrival.
  • Greet and check in patients at front desk, enter any new information, insurance or address.
  • Cross-trained throughout office front desk, DME's, Insurance verification, in-office pharmacy dispensing, etc.
  • Front Desk: greeting patients, checking in/out, schedule appointments, and answer phone calls.
  • Call patients with lab/x-ray results per Physician request, assist with front desk duties as needed.
  • Call patients with results, answer patient questions and triage calls for front desk staff.
  • Front desk- check-in, checkout, collecting payments, and handling new patient referrals.
  • Scheduled appointments, handled patient telephone calls, filed charts, front desk cashier.
  • Performed all clerical & clinical duties including front desk or back desk as needed.
  • Assist with check in and check patients with front desk and answer phones.
  • Assisted with checking in patients and scheduling when needed at front desk.
  • Assisted at the front desk with patient check in and check out.
  • Check in patients at front desk, answer calls and book appointments.

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13. Venipuncture

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Here's how Venipuncture is used in Registered Medical Assistant jobs:
  • Perform clinical functions including but not limited to: allergy shots and injections/immunizations, venipuncture, and approved laboratory tests.
  • Administered injections and immunizations, performed venipunctures, catheter and suture placement and removal.
  • Perform multiple dermatological procedures, venipuncture, wound care, basic laboratory testing.
  • Prescribed medication administration, collection of blood via venipuncture, collect lab specimens.
  • Demonstrated proficiency in taking patient vital signs and collecting specimens, venipuncture.
  • Perform venipuncture, blood pressure monitoring, medication administration and injections.
  • Perform venipuncture and prepare to send specimens for laboratory testing.
  • Performed venipuncture's and prepared specimen for laboratory pick-up.
  • Administered immunizations, and performed venipuncture as needed.
  • Performed venipuncture, injections and various diagnostic procedures.
  • Perform venipuncture, and medication administration.
  • Excelled in pediatric and geriatric venipunctures.
  • Administered injections and performed venipunctures.
  • Performed venipuncture using aseptic technique.
  • Perform venipuncture and monitored donors.
  • Staff duties can include obtaining vital signs, performing vision exams, managing immunizations, electrocardiograms, venipuncture and lab processing.
  • Assisted physician in a busy family practice perform well child exams, took vital signs, performed venipunctures and injections.
  • Perform venipunctures, injections, various diagnostic procedures and ancillary tests and prepare specimens to be sent to the lab.
  • Assist in lab with venipuncture's, checking urine specimens and preparing all specimens for send out to lab.
  • Used the venipuncture method for various types of specimen collection, collected DNA from patients of a specific insurance.

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14. Blood Pressure

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Here's how Blood Pressure is used in Registered Medical Assistant jobs:
  • Performed administrative and clinical duties by getting height, weight, blood pressure, oxygen level, temperature and glucose readings.
  • Checked pulse, temperature, blood pressure, weight, height, vision and hearing and recorded information on client chart.
  • Perform and document necessary preliminary exam needs on patient to include: height weight, blood pressure, and temperature.
  • Prepare patients vital signs for doctors: Checking weight, blood pressure, temperature, and updating necessity for visit.
  • Perform all patient intake information into EMR system utilizing MedEnt including blood pressure, temperature, weight, etc.
  • Interpret prescriptions, dispensing & mixing medications -Blood pressure checks -Conducting & organizing health screens -Patient counseling -Paper claim billing
  • Monitored vital signs, such as blood pressure, blood glucose levels, injections administrations, and pulse.
  • Performed vital signs including; height, weight, blood pressure, pulse, O2 saturation and temperature.
  • General patient intake including: height, weight, blood pressure, pulse, respiration rate, temperature.
  • Obtain vital signs, to include height, weight, blood pressure, temperature, pulse and respiration.
  • Performed vitals on patient to include blood pressure, pulse, weight, height, and temperature.
  • Blood pressure, temperature, oxygen saturation, pulse, respiration's, weight, and height.
  • Interviewed patients, measure vital signs, such as blood pressure, weight, and height.
  • Prepared patients for examination, which included blood pressure check, height, length and weight.
  • Operate standard medical equipment such as stethoscope, blood pressure cuff, electronic and emergency equipment.
  • Greet and interview patients to obtain vital signs including height, weight, and blood pressure.
  • Checked patients in and got their vitals: blood pressure, temperature, pulse and O2.
  • Record height, weight, temperature, and manual blood pressure in patients electronic chart.
  • Read and recorded height, weight, blood pressure, temperature, pulse and respiration.
  • Obtain patients blood pressure and record current medications, allergies, height and weight.

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15. Insurance Companies

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Here's how Insurance Companies is used in Registered Medical Assistant jobs:
  • Called various insurance companies to authorize medical equipment and medication for each patient.
  • Initiated referrals to specialists, obtained authorizations from insurance companies for specialty procedures.
  • Obtained authorizations and referrals with documentation from insurance companies for surgical procedures.
  • Complete forms and/or contact insurance companies for prior authorization of medication.
  • Gathered Information from Insurance Companies to obtain Authorizations for surgery.
  • Generate referrals and contact insurance companies for authorizations as needed.
  • Contacted insurance companies for RQI Authorization numbers for diagnostic
  • Completed and submitted referrals to insurance companies.
  • Contacted insurance companies to request authorizations.
  • Prepare complex reports for organizations and insurance companies, ensuring full compliance with agency requirements and tight deadlines.
  • Coordinated schedules for patient surgery, verified insurance, and obtained approval from insurance companies for procedures.
  • Initiate authorizations for prescriptions and procedures to ensure proper coverage for the patient from the insurance companies.
  • Scheduled and informed the members, primary care physicians and insurance companies of the appointments.
  • Received authorization for both in-house and outside imaging services by using insurance companies phone service.
  • Communicated and corresponded with health care professionals, patients, insurance companies, and pharmacies.
  • Call insurance companies and get prior authorizations for medications and do referrals to other clinics.
  • Filled out disability paperwork for patients to turn into insurance companies and FMLA paper work.
  • Interact with insurance companies and pharmacies to asst with medication and procedure prior authorizations.
  • Processed authorizations, referrals and MRF with insurance companies and other medical offices.
  • Serve as a private contractor for life insurance and medical insurance companies.

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16. Phone Calls

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Here's how Phone Calls is used in Registered Medical Assistant jobs:
  • Accept incoming patient telephone calls to answer preliminary questions and review need for dermatologist follow-up and additional care.
  • Performed clerical duties in a medical office, such as taking and making phone calls, ordering supplies and stocking supplies.
  • Answer telephone calls, greets patients and answer patient inquiries, schedule appointments and facilitate a smooth flow of operation.
  • Performed front office duties: received incoming telephone calls; assisted with scheduling patients to ensure a timely patient flow.
  • Answered phone calls and returned patient phone calls; called in prescriptions under direct supervision of the doctor.
  • Answer phone calls, call in prescriptions, fax documents, call insurance company on the nurse desk.
  • Perform general office duties, such as answering phone calls, and answering basic medical questions for patients.
  • Managed patient initial intake assessment, follow-up phone calls for blood work, microbiology and pathology results.
  • Answer patient phone calls regarding office visit, medication concerns, refills, and post procedure questions.
  • Answered phone calls on patients needing refills on medications, or discussing test results with the patients.
  • Performed administrative duties such as phone calls, faxes and letters to patient, physicians and pharmacies.
  • Answer phone calls, schedule appointments, file and get patients charts ready for their next appointment
  • Greeted patients and visitors and handled incoming telephone calls in a friendly and courteous manner.
  • Answered telephone calls and provided callers with appointment information as well as scheduled appointment.
  • Assisted and referred telephone calls, visitors and students to appropriate staff or location.
  • Maintain proper patient care, preparation of patient charts in EMR and phone calls.
  • Filled prescriptions, handled all patient phone calls, immunizations, patient education.
  • Returned phone calls to patients by the end of the business day.
  • Answer phone calls, greet patients, get referrals and schedule appointments.
  • Corresponded to patient phone calls and clearly communicated the doctor s orders.

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17. Test Cases

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

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18. Back Office

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Here's how Back Office is used in Registered Medical Assistant jobs:
  • Back office medical assisting between Internal Medicine and Family Practice Physicians.
  • Front office administration and back office clinically trained.
  • Back office duties: Vital signs, injections, checking patients into the system, preparing patient to see the doctor.
  • Manage back office clinic: have mastered preparation and efficiency of clinic reducing wait times and improving quality of care.
  • Assist Physician as a Registered Medical Assistant and Preceptor by assisting in patient care and maintaining the back office flow.
  • Performed front and back office triage of patients by obtaining vital signs, medical history, and discharge notes.
  • Served as back office medical assistant for one doctor and one nurse practitioner while assisting with front office duties.
  • Back office included; rooming patients, vitals, reason for visit and prepare patient for exam as necessary.
  • Helped out in any way I could, with the Doctor, Physician Assistant, front and back office.
  • Ordered all supplies for back office also stocked and cleaned back office for main office and satellite office.
  • Managed back office duties by performing injections, wound care, vitals, and assisting with minor surgeries.
  • Back office responsibilities include: Rooms patients and documents all vital information prior to exam with the dermatologist.
  • Back office MA, bringing patients back taking vital signs and using EHR, referrals, medication refills.
  • Do entire front and back office at times simultaneously and cover for other employees at other offices.
  • Provided front and back office support and assisted physicians who specializes in internal medicine and family medicine.
  • Front and back office duties, assist physician with procedures, diagnostic procedures, and ancillary tests.
  • Register patients, verify insurance, take payments, back office duties, phones, dictation, communication
  • Team player, customer service driven, who can do both front and back office work.
  • Lead back office medical assistant for two internal medicine doctors and one pediatric physician's assistant.
  • Back office duties; Assisting PA and ARNP with after-hours care to patients of all ages.

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19. Prescription Refills

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Here's how Prescription Refills is used in Registered Medical Assistant jobs:
  • Participated in quality improvement efforts, prescription refills.
  • Pulled, filed and maintained records in a neat and orderly manner Authorizing prescription refills as directed
  • Returned patient calls, called in prescription refills, contacted insurance companies for prior authorizations.
  • Called back all prescription refills, direct liaison between our patients and the physician.
  • Obtained and charted medical history for patients, and assisted doctors with prescription refills.
  • Managed phone lines, scheduled appointments, and called in prescription refills.
  • Maintained chart work, messages, and prescription refills.
  • Enter prescription refills & coordinate patient care with providers.
  • Faxed and called in new prescriptions and prescription refills.
  • Communicate with pharmacies and patients for prescription refills.
  • Roomed patients, vital signs authorized prescription refills.
  • Doctor referrals and prescription refills.
  • Schedule hospital tests and obtain pre-certifications; prescription refills and prior authorizations.
  • Collect biological specimens from patients -Control prescription refills or authorizations.
  • Handle all return calls to patients with test results, referral information, insurance matters, and Prescription refills.
  • Worked to coordinate care with home health agencies, called and faxed prescription refills from all facilities.
  • Prepared patient referrals for insurance and precerts, prescription refills.
  • Maintain office and patient records Authorize prescription refills per written order or telephone refills to pharmacy as appropriate Skilled in EMR
  • Multi-tasked between patient procedures, callbacks, scheduling, prescription refills and insurance referrals.

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20. Drawing Blood

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Here's how Drawing Blood is used in Registered Medical Assistant jobs:
  • Aided researchers by drawing blood, taking blood pressure, performed ECG.
  • Learned appropriate tubes to use when drawing blood.
  • Performed phlebotomist duties (drawing blood work, laboratory maintenance, review of laboratory results).
  • Maintain a clean and safe work environment Administer With Vital Signs and Drawing Blood
  • Chart Prep, Data Entry Drawing Blood/Vaccines
  • Assisted in procedures for three doctors taking vitals drawing blood clean medical equipment injections patient education schedule appointments billing and coding

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21. Administer Medications

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Here's how Administer Medications is used in Registered Medical Assistant jobs:
  • Prepared and administer medications and immunizations, under the physician supervision and directions.
  • Administer medications per FHC policy and procedure for medical assistants.
  • Administer medications via intramuscular or subcutaneous injection or oral route.
  • Administer medications and vaccinations under the doctor's supervision.
  • Administer medications as directed by physicians.
  • Prepare patients for examinations, record vital signs, and test results, administer medications and any prescribed treatment.
  • Administer medications, teach and identify health risk factors, reinforce patient education and self care management.
  • Record patient's history, treatment, and administer medications per Doctors orders.
  • Administer medications (oral, intramuscular, subcutaneous, and rectal).
  • Administer medications, cleaning, bathing, companionship and meal preparation.
  • Prepare and administer medications per HHS guidelines.
  • Draw up and administer medications and vaccines.
  • Administer medications as ordered by MD.
  • Administer medications accurately, administer injections, nebulizer treatments, and perform routine laboratory tests.
  • Administer Medications, Immunizations, Allergy injections and Nebulizer treatments.
  • Prepare and administer medications as directed by a physician; authorizes drug refills and provide prescription information to pharmacies.
  • Stock and order supplies for the unit.Prepare and administer medications as directed by a physician.
  • Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA) Administer medications to residents of a 90-bed facility Successfully and safely completed delegated nursing duties daily
  • Administer medications Assist with Activities of Daily Living Take medical orders over the phone Administer injections Obtained Vital signs

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22. Surgical Procedures

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Here's how Surgical Procedures is used in Registered Medical Assistant jobs:
  • Draped patients with covering, positioned instruments and equipment while assisting in minor surgical procedures and sterilized instruments.
  • Schedule all in/outpatient surgeries and coordinate multiple physician surgical procedures, Radiology and clinical lab appointments.
  • Assisted physicians with obstetrical and gynecological exams and minor medical / surgical procedures.
  • Complete consent forms for surgical procedures including epidural steroid injections under fluoroscopic guidance.
  • Administered vaccinations, injections, inhalation treatments and assisted with minor surgical procedures.
  • Assist patient during diagnostic, minor surgical procedures by preparing necessary equipment.
  • Offered palliative treatment and assisted with minor surgical procedures using appropriate anesthesia.
  • Managed relationships with special third-party vendors for highly specialized surgical procedures.
  • Prepare instruments, equipment and appropriate narcotics needed for surgical procedures.
  • Scheduled surgeries at local hospitals, assisted with in-office surgical procedures.
  • Gather benefit information per insurance prior to patients surgical procedures.
  • Assisted with minor surgical procedures within sterile and non-sterile environments.
  • Assisted surgeon with a variety of dermatological surgical procedures.
  • Prepare patient for examination and minor surgical procedures.
  • Assisted Physician as needed with minor surgical procedures
  • Assisted Physicians in minor surgical procedures.
  • Performed suturing after surgical procedures.
  • Prepared treatment rooms for examination of patients, assisted physician with technical/surgical procedures, Assist with maintaining equipment and supplies.
  • Update patient charts through Epic system, rooming patients, assisted with minor surgical procedures, hand hygiene audits.
  • Assist with Clinical aspects, immunizations, injections, assist with surgical procedures, Patient education, Vitals,

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23. Patient Rooms

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Here's how Patient Rooms is used in Registered Medical Assistant jobs:
  • Responsibilities*Prepared patient rooms*Performed various injections*Consulted patients about following diet program*Recorded/Took patient vital signs*Documented all patient information into MyScripts software
  • Responded to requests from patients and nursing staff for up to 41 patient rooms, working with complex medical challenges i.e.
  • Greeted patients, took vital signs, managed patient rooms, provided educational materials and scheduled follow-up appointments if needed.
  • Stock patient rooms and ensure linens are disposed of properly, ensuring sterilization/cleanliness is enforced and within health guidelines.
  • Cleaned and sterilized instruments, cleaned and sanitized patient rooms and equipment, restocking of supplies in patient rooms
  • Maintain safety and cleanliness of patient rooms and work areas, inventory and replenish supplies, medications.
  • Scheduled surgeries, lab requisitions, cleaned & prepared patient rooms, sterilized instruments using autoclave.
  • Perform injections, clean patient rooms and assist provider during procedures and obtaining specimens.
  • Assisted the doctor in the patient rooms during exams and in office procedures.
  • Cleaned patient rooms after each exam and prepared room for next patient.
  • Prepared, stocked and cleaned patient rooms for exams and minor procedures.
  • Prepared patient rooms and keeping stock supplies, equipment as needed.
  • Prepared patient rooms for all surgical and non-surgical exams.
  • Stock patient rooms and procedural trays as needed.
  • Maintain, and set up patient rooms.
  • Prepare patient rooms for examinations and procedures.
  • Stocked and supplied patient rooms daily.
  • Completed intakes, obtained vitals, prepared patient rooms, administered injections, completedlab work.
  • Maintain and set up patient rooms Perform preventive measure to prevent infections and diseases.
  • Float for 21 Cardiologist, Prepared patient rooms prior to their arrival.

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24. Osha

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Here's how Osha is used in Registered Medical Assistant jobs:
  • Clean, sterilize, and stock all instruments according to accepted office guidelines, OSHA, and AAAASF regulations.
  • Assisted seven scheduled providers on rotation and two providers at satellite office, adhering to OSHA & HIPAA regulations.
  • Maintained a working knowledge of laws and regulations by OSHA, and CDC to ensure optimal safety compliance.
  • Cleaned and maintained exam rooms, equipment and pharmaceutical room per OSHA regulations for patient and staff safety.
  • Implemented quality assurance and ensured compliance with HIPAA, CLIA and OSHA regulations improving patient care satisfaction.
  • Run a dynastic daily check on all lab equipment and document each daily inspection by OSHA Guidelines.
  • Collect all instruments, and properly package them under OSHA regulations for transform to the sterilization department.
  • Assisted in acupuncture procedures, physicals, cleaning and sterilizing instruments, follow OSHA and HIPAA requirements.
  • Fit Testing: At Minimum, OSHA requires that Respirator Fit Testing occur on an annual basis.
  • Set up sterile field, pack and run autoclave.-Abide by all HIPAA and OSHA guidelines.
  • Obtained blood specimens from peripheral as needed and in accordance with OSHA and Universal precautions.
  • Perform diabetic blood glucose test, obtain lab specimen adhering to OSHA Universal Precaution protocol.
  • Demonstrated proficiency in ensuring office and lab in compliance with all CLIA and OSHA guidelines.
  • Maintain OSHA record keeping and Workers' Compensation requirements in accordance with OSHA guidelines.
  • Ensured compliance with HIPAA, CLIA and OSHA regulations to improve patient care/satisfaction.
  • Conducted studies, provided in-service, emergency drills and annual OSHA training.
  • Insure all staff is OSHA trained, certified and maintain compliance.
  • Assist office with Meaningful Use, OSHA, Safety and Compliance.
  • Maintained a safe clean work area as per OSHA guidelines.
  • Maintain OSHA Regulated Respirator Protection Program for over 2300 Associates/Employees.

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25. Internal Medicine

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Here's how Internal Medicine is used in Registered Medical Assistant jobs:
  • Assisted internal medicine physician with a load of about 30 patients a day.
  • Provide medical office support to doctors and patients of the internal medicine practice.
  • Serve as a RMA to one doctor in a busy Internal medicine practice.
  • Assist physician with the daily management of patients in an Internal Medicine practice.
  • Functioned as a Registered MA and key member of the Internal Medicine department.
  • Provide a full range of care in internal medicine.
  • Worked in Internal Medicine and Family Medicine.
  • Assigned to the Internal Medicine Department.
  • Worked with an Internal medicine physician.
  • Work with 2 Internal Medicine doctors.
  • Serve as a member of a healthcare team for several busy internal medicine practice.
  • Served as a key member at a Internal Medicine facility ensuring optimal patient care.
  • Assisted Cardiologist, OB/GYN, Pediactrics and Internal Medicine physicians.
  • Worked in Internal Medicine.Processed patients in and out.
  • Serve as a key member of interdisciplinary healthcare team for a busy internal medicine/multi-specialty practice.
  • Assist Internal Medicine, Rheumatology and Endocrinology specialties as needed.
  • Served as primary medical assistant in Internal Medicine as well as "float coverage" in multiple specialty clinic.
  • Work with an Allergist, Endocrinologist, Pulmonary, Internal Medicine, Cardiologist, Gastroenterologist, and Endocrinology Physicians.
  • Mount Pleasant Medical Division: Internal Medicine, Gastroenterology, and Nephrology.

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26. Data Entry

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Here's how Data Entry is used in Registered Medical Assistant jobs:
  • Performed clinical duties such as word processing data entry for referrals, answering phones, assuring proper supplies were ordered.
  • Perform various clerical duties such as answering the phone, data entry, processing insurance forms for PA's.
  • Scheduled appointments, performed clerical duties, such as data entry, answering phones faxing records and filing.
  • Chart Review Schedule, Data Abstraction, Data Entry, Manual Updates, and Research.
  • Performed data entry and scanning of medical charts onto the Cure MD, EMR system
  • Help register patients, scheduled appointments, prepared new charts, and data entry.
  • Maintain computerized file on all patients, including data entry of pertinent information.
  • Maintained financial records and performed accounting tasks and handled data entry tasks.
  • Assisted nursing staff with data entry and call backs with test results.
  • Complete data entry in X-ray machine upon use.
  • Order supplies, data entry excel spread sheets/banking.
  • Complete patient charting and data entry.
  • Handle data entry using computer.
  • Worked with AHLTA, CHCS, Excel, MS Word, MS Outlook, HAIMS, Data Entry, FMLA Forms.
  • Check Vitals, answer phones, bariatrics, fill and administered injections, process patient orders, filing, data entry
  • Greeted patients, answered the department phones, contacted insurance for preautorizations, performed data entry and scheduled appointments.
  • Demonstrated the ability to interact with patients Filing/Data Entry Injections Blood Draws Patient Vitals Patient Education Patient Scheduling

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27. Medical Supplies

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Here's how Medical Supplies is used in Registered Medical Assistant jobs:
  • Performed weekly inventory and ordered all medical supplies for infusion area and clinic department.
  • Maintain sufficient inventory of medical supplies and cleanliness clinic area.
  • Maintained system for ordering medical supplies and laboratory maintenance.
  • Performed inventory control of all medications and medical supplies
  • Performed inventory of medical supplies and materials.
  • Maintained inventory and ordered medical supplies.
  • Manage ordering, storage, and distribution of medical prescription samples from outside pharmaceutical companies and medical supplies for the clinic.
  • Prepare examination rooms; select, setup, and maintain medical supplies and equipment for all examinations and procedures.
  • Clean, reset, and restock examination rooms with medical instruments and medical supplies used on a daily basis.
  • Order Medical Supplies and check expiration dates on all clinic medication and medical supplies weekly per our clinic guidelines.
  • Ordered and distributed surgical, office, and medical supplies to guarantee adequate supply for operations.
  • Assist clinicians during office procedures, retrieve consent forms, and medical supplies for procedures.
  • Maintain a constant inventory of medical supplies and place orders in department and neighboring departments.
  • Monitored medical supplies while maintaining a clean, safe, and healthy work environment.
  • Liaised with vendors to order and maintain inventory of office and medical supplies.
  • Inventory control of medical supplies and surgical suite instruments / vendor relations.
  • Monitor inventory, order /receive, of medical supplies and quality controls.
  • Place and received medical supplies orders for the office as needed.
  • Ordered medical supplies to assure the medical office would run smoothly.
  • Stock examination rooms and nurse stations with medical supplies as necessary.

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28. Lab Results

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Here's how Lab Results is used in Registered Medical Assistant jobs:
  • Notified physician immediately of abnormal lab results.
  • Conduct clinical calls to update patients on lab results, or any advice the provider need's communicated to the patient.
  • Tracked all lab results, (e.g., called for cultures, blood type and lab information) and documented results.
  • Download sleeping data for evaluation; Counsel patients on sleep therapy, lab results, and medications per provider's guidance.
  • Called in prescriptions; responded to patient phone notes; called lab results to patients; set up urgent referrals.
  • Scribe, Assist in procedures, schedule surgeries and patient appointments, report lab results, stock rooms, order supplies
  • Provide all services requested by local physicians *Experience in endocrinology {glucose monitors, lab results, gestational DM}
  • Interpreted radiology tests and lab results to patient during office visits and formulated treatment plan with physician approval.
  • Prepared patients/inmates medical charts, lab results, and imaging for scheduled physicians to evaluate and treat.
  • Completed office support duties including assisting physicians, patient chart filing, retrieving lab results and inventory.
  • Call patients to inform them about lab results and inform them what provider recommends them to do.
  • Implemented various tracking procedures: lab results, biopsies, diabetes, and patient education demonstrations.
  • Register and schedule patients, call patients about lab results, answer phones and verify insurance.
  • Demonstrate proficiency on the EMR system and processing lab results, referrals and hospital transfers.
  • Fielded patient phone calls, called patients with lab results, called prescriptions to Pharmacies.
  • Call patients and give lab results after providers have reviewed and sign off on them.
  • Take phone message, reviewing lab results with patient and manage provider phone message.
  • Call patients with lab results and give instructions to patients as instructed by physicians.
  • Handled patient messages, lab results and medication refills as approved by providers.
  • Called patients with their lab results and corresponded between the patient and physician.

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29. Spirometry

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Here's how Spirometry is used in Registered Medical Assistant jobs:
  • Performed electrocardiograms and spirometry testing.
  • Operate CBC machine, HgA1c machine, order lab specimen to be sent out to lab, Aurora ultrasounds, Spirometry etc
  • Perform Spirometry testing, urinalysis, UDS, Ear Irrigation and PT/INR finger stick.
  • Performed ECG testing, spirometry testing and occasional blood draws.
  • Performed allergy testing, performed allergy food testing, gave allergy injections, performed venipunctures, performed spirometry and breathing treatments.
  • Multi-tasked in rooming patients, performing diagnostic testing including Electrocardiograms, Spirometry, X-rays, Non-stress tests on expectant mothers.
  • Perform various diagnostic procedures and ancillary tests such as ekg's, spirometry, chemistry analysis and urinalysis etc.
  • Perform EKG, Spirometry, Injections, Immunization, Oximetry, Ear irrigation and Wound care.
  • Collect sputum samples for testing Explain spirometry procedure to patients, and administer testing.
  • Performed Nitric Oxide testing & Spirometry for asthma and COPD patients.
  • Performed EKG'S, Spirometry, flex sigmoids, injections.
  • Perform EKG's, spirometry, nebulizer treatments as prescribed.
  • Perform EKGs and spirometry testing.
  • Perform ancillary testing (EKG, Holter Monitor, Spirometry & etc) Obtain prior authorizations for prescriptions.
  • Performed vital signs, charting, PFTs, spirometry, allergy skin testing and intradermal injections.
  • Preform EGKs, spirometry, oximetry, and other diagnostic tests.
  • Performed Venipunctures, EKG, Spirometry and Titmus screenings
  • Perform ekg, A1C, pft/spirometry.
  • Perform Ear Irrigations, Peak Flows, Spirometry test, Tympanometry and Vision screens (Snellen chart).
  • Operate glucometers, pulse oximeters, nebulizers, oxygen equipment, spirometry, etc.

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30. Customer Service

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Here's how Customer Service is used in Registered Medical Assistant jobs:
  • Provided stellar customer service to customers and processed payments while ensuring businesses operations needs were met.
  • Provided excellent customer service to patients in a timely and reassuring demeanor.
  • Operated and managed customer service.
  • Provided customer service to members of the Priority Health HMO, explaining benefits and resolving problems with claim payments.
  • Assist with medication refills and patient phone calls* Able to work in a team environment* Excellent customer service skills
  • Managed patient schedule for multiple clinics and handled high call and patient volume with superior customer service skills.
  • Assisted customers with merchandise returns and purchases Stocked merchandise Inventory supplies and merchandise Assist with customer service issues
  • Take vital signs, provide high level of customer service to each patient and general clinical assistance.
  • Maintain high levels of customer service while screening patients and taking vitals in a clinical setting.
  • Covered Customer Service Department (payroll/schedules) when Administrative Coordinator was out of the office.
  • Provided exceptional Customer Service, as well as going through an extensive Customer Service Workshop.
  • Post op follow up care, Strong customer service skills with patients and family.
  • Answered phones using proper customer service etiquette and complete appropriate patient related forms.
  • Provide outstanding customer service to both our customers, both internal and external.
  • Designed and adapted new strategies to increase efficiency and improve the customer service.
  • Organized staff and positions held in office, ensuring excellent customer service.
  • Display excellent customer service, and problem solve when difficulties occur.
  • Awarded two stars and one teamwork award for customer service.
  • Give nesecarry injections when needed or requested.customer service skills.
  • Cited for excellence in customer service Demonstrated the ability to interact with customers and physicians from diverse cultures and backgrounds.

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31. EHR

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Here's how EHR is used in Registered Medical Assistant jobs:
  • Maintained patients files, records, performed filing, scanning, data entry information of new and old charts for EMR/EHR.
  • Manage busy telephone console, EMR and EHR systems, schedule appointments, verify insurance, collect co-payments.
  • Greet and escort patients, take measurements and vital signs, history, and record in EHR.
  • Scan completed specialty reports and results into the Electronic Medical Record (EHR).
  • Document in both Paper charts and Electronic Health Record (EHR).
  • Record patients' medical history using EHR, specific experience utilizing MedPoint.
  • Read and recorded temperature, pulse and respiration in EHR system.
  • Update and maintain over 1000 patient charts within the EHR system.
  • Documented interactions with patients in NextGen EHR system.
  • Administer injections, medications, document using EHR.
  • Record patient data and vitals into EHR/EMR system.
  • Scan medical records and file in EHR/EMR.
  • Have trained staff on using EHR software.
  • Create encounter notes with use of EHR.
  • Input information into the EHR system.
  • Exercised knowledge of using EHR system.
  • Schedule patient appointments (EHR).
  • Document in EHR and GRITS database.
  • Scan documents into EHR system.
  • Enter patient data into EHR.

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32. PAP Smears

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Here's how PAP Smears is used in Registered Medical Assistant jobs:
  • Administered injections to adults, children and assisted in Pap Smears, Well Women, and Well Child Exams.
  • Assisted physicians in different clinical procedures such as casting, pap smears among others involved in four specialties.
  • Assist MD/NP with in office procedures such as injections, aspirations, suture/staple removal biopsies and pap smears.
  • Assist physician/practitioner with minor surgeries, non-invasive procedures, suture removals, physicals and routine pap smears.
  • Assist doctor in different medical procedures, such as minor surgery, laser and pap smears.
  • Prepared labs for pap smears, prenatal blood work, Group B Strep, and tissue biopsies
  • Assist providers during examinations, prepare pap smears and GC cultures for transport to CDOH.
  • Assist with all well women's exams to include pap smears and one swab's.
  • Stand by for male and female exams including pap smears, IUD inserts and removal.
  • Assisted physician with pap smears, prenatal care, and all other OB/GYN duties.
  • Assist the physician with procedures; such as pap smears and minor surgeries.
  • Assist physician with any necessary in office medical procedures such as pap smears.
  • Assisted in shave biopsies, pap smears, suturing, and laser treatments.
  • Assisted Physicians with in-office exams such as pap smears and lesion removals.
  • Assist in Pap smears, vaginal swabs, breast and rectal exams.
  • Assisted physician with pap smears, pelvic exams, and breast exams.
  • Assist in pap smears, and preparation of wet mounts.
  • Assist in pap smears, ear irrigation and patient care.
  • Assist the doctor in pap smears and sutures.
  • Assisted with procedures, pap smears, etc.

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33. Clia

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Here's how Clia is used in Registered Medical Assistant jobs:
  • Perform routine CLIA waived, vision, and hearing tests.
  • Perform and record controls/calibration results for all CLIA-waived tests.
  • Perform daily controls on CLIA waived tests.
  • Perform CLIA test (strep test, flu test and RSV test).
  • Perform CLIA waved laboratory tests Administer allergy injection and medication under the direction of a Nurse Practitioner.
  • Tested and recorded blood glucose, Flu, Strep, Mono, Sed Rate, and other CLIA waived test.
  • Maintain proper records and logs to stay in compliance with CLIA inspections.
  • Scheduled appointments Preformed lab draws, cultures, and CLIA waived testing
  • Performed CLIA waived testsas needed.
  • Run controls on clia waived tests, as well as performed clia waived testing.
  • Take and Record Vitals CLIA waived testing Injections and Assist Office Procedures
  • Cancel/Scheduled/Rescheduled Appointments Roomed patientsObtained vitalsPreformed in-house CLIA WAIVED tests (I.e.

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34. Suture Removal

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Here's how Suture Removal is used in Registered Medical Assistant jobs:
  • Administered antibiotic injections as needed, Performed suture removal and dressing changes.
  • Apply proper post-operative dressings to patients after suture removal.
  • Suture removal, administering medication and breathing treatments.
  • Assisted physicians with patient care including skin biopsies, skin excisions, injections, suture removal, and nail biopsies.
  • Attended to minor clinical concerns including suture removal, basic wound care, and patient self-care education.
  • Perform wound care packing and dressing changes, staple and suture removal, and assisted with biopsies.
  • Assist physicians examine and treat patients by assisting with instruments, injections, and suture removal.
  • Nurse visits require me to administer immunizations as well as suture removal and staple removal.
  • Assist in surgical procedures (biopsy, skin tag removals, and suture removals).
  • Assisted with casts, injections, suture removal, vital signs and patient histories.
  • Assist surgeon in office procedures to include suture removal, and wound care.
  • Order testing, assist in procedures, cast removal, suture removal.
  • Preformed suture removal and removal of post- operative bandages and or staples.
  • Assist with minor emergency surgery, suture removal, call in prescriptions.
  • Assisted with sterilizing techniques, suture removal, and dressing of wounds.
  • Assist physician/nurse practitioner with instruments, injections, and suture removal.
  • Cast removal, staple removal, and suture removal.
  • Helped patients by assisting with injections and suture removal.
  • Assisted with open wound Care and suture removals
  • Suture removal, staple removal.

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35. Hipaa

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Here's how Hipaa is used in Registered Medical Assistant jobs:
  • Take medication orders, and call patient scripts into pharmacies, maintaining compliance with HIPAA policies and procedures.
  • Instructed patients and family members on proper discharge care with direction from the provider Ensured HIPAA compliance.
  • Maintained highest level of privacy per HIPAA standards for Electronic Health Records (EHR s).
  • Follow HIPAA and Joint Commission regulations to ensure privacy and safety of patients and staff.
  • Provide follow-up office visit calls, prior authorizations and FMLA paperwork, HIPAA compliant.
  • Coordinate clinic visits for multiple departments to insure patient care is within HIPAA regulations.
  • Adhere to infection control/safety guidelines and confidentiality policies (HIPAA).
  • Carried out HIPAA Standards, performed PFT testing and EKG's
  • Maintained the privacy of all patients accordingly to HIPAA.
  • Follow HIPAA rules and regulations.
  • Maintained patient privacy and confidential patient information Ensured HIPAA compliance.
  • Maintained a clean, healthy and safe work environment * Ensure that the regulatory standards of HIPAA are satisfied
  • Maintain strictest confidentiality, adhering to all HIPAA guidelines and regulations.
  • Contributed substantially to successful department JCAHO accreditation.Ensured HIPAA compliance.
  • Evaluated patient care needs, prioritized treatment, and maintained patient flow.Assisted doctors with non- invasive procedures.Provided patient education.Ensured HIPAA compliance.

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36. Rooms Neat

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Here's how Rooms Neat is used in Registered Medical Assistant jobs:
  • Request authorization to Insurances for different procedures., Prepare treatment rooms for patient examinations, keeping the rooms neat and clean.
  • Greeted and roomed patients, take vitals and keep waiting's and examining's rooms neat and clean.
  • Arranged examining-room instruments equipment, purchased and maintained supplies, kept examining rooms neat and clean.
  • Arrange examining-room instruments and equipment and keep waiting and examining rooms neat and clean.
  • Prepare treatment rooms for patient examinations, keeping the rooms neat and clean.
  • Prepared treatment rooms for patient examinations, keeping the rooms neat and clean, sterilized instruments and completed lab requests.

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37. Phone Triage

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Here's how Phone Triage is used in Registered Medical Assistant jobs:
  • Assisted with minor surgeries, administered medications and vaccines, patient education, schedule appointments; prior authorizations; telephone triage.
  • Perform various medical office duties including patient referrals, call backs and patient phone triage, prescription refills and prior authorizations.
  • Front and back office procedures, injections including allergy, lab duties, phone triage before and after hours.
  • Front desk duties to include patient charting, data entry, telephone triage, and refilling prescriptions.
  • General office duties that include filing, ordering of medical and office supplies, and telephone triage.
  • Front office included; telephone triage, appointments, computer skills, operate and maintain office equipment.
  • Perform phone triage for all phone calls that come through the phone system for my provider.
  • Complete billing & coding duties, phone triage, and patient assistance on a daily basis.
  • Experience with telephone triage and with the monitoring of sedated patient in the Operating Room.
  • Job description included extensive experience in both front and back office, including telephone triage.
  • Performed tasks such as giving injections, prescription refills, phone triage, etc.
  • Schedule patients appointments, also, phone triage, filling prescription request for patients.
  • Schedule appointments, phone triage, interview patients to obtain their medical information.
  • Answered phone calls, performed phone triage, and called in medications.
  • Handled phone triage and assisted the physician with duties as needed.
  • Performed telephone triage for 50+ incoming patient telephone calls per day
  • Perform phone triage and handle administrative duties as directed.
  • Performed Pt./phone triage, chart prep., greet and escort Pt.
  • Chart prep, phone triage and respond to voice mails.
  • General officers duties consisting of data entry of patient demographic information, scheduling of appointments and telephone triage .

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38. Vital Statistics

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Here's how Vital Statistics is used in Registered Medical Assistant jobs:
  • Prepared patients for examination record vital statistics; assess medical history, as necessary.
  • Managed patient examination preparation process by taking medical history and vital statistics.
  • Reviewed medical history, vital statistics, and other information related to the nature of the referral.
  • Record vital statistics, medical history, medications, in-clinic point-of-care test results, using EPIC software.
  • Utilized EPIC electronic medical record to record medical histories, vital statistics and test results.
  • Recorded medical history, vital statistics, updated medication lists into MicroMD EMR program.
  • Recorded patients' medical history, vital statistics and information such as i.e.
  • Interview patients to obtain medical history, vital statistics.
  • Prepared and recorded all vital statistics.
  • Obtain vital statistics before and during chemotherapy and report findings to the patient's' nurse.
  • Recorded patients medical history, vital statistics and chief complaints into medical record.
  • Recorded patients' medical history,vital statistics, and information such as test results in electronic medical recordssystem called EPIC.
  • Sound Family Medicine- Tacoma, WA 2004-2008 Registered Medical Assistant -Record vital statistics or other health information.
  • Input patient Vital statistics and History Patient Care Assist Doctor during exams Complete daily forms and reports

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39. Treatment Procedures

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Here's how Treatment Procedures is used in Registered Medical Assistant jobs:
  • Prepared patients/rooms for physical examination; explained treatment procedures; sterilized equipment and properly disposed contaminated supplies.
  • Prepared patients/rooms for examinations; acquired medical histories and explained treatment procedures to patients.
  • Explained treatment procedures and prepared patients for examination.
  • Explain treatment procedures, medications, or physician's instructions to patients, as well as schedule surgical appointments.
  • Explain treatment procedures, diets and physicians' instructions to patients and their families.
  • Explain treatment procedures, medications, diets, or physician instructions to the patient
  • Explained treatment procedures, medications, and physicians' instructions to patients.
  • Explain treatment procedures, medications, and doctor's instructions.
  • Prepare equipment and assist physician with treatment procedures Explains procedures and treatments to patients and family to gain cooperation and support.
  • Explain treatment procedures,medication,diets, or physicians instructions to patients, *Schedule patient appointments.
  • Educated patients on treatment procedures, medications, diets and physician's follow up instructions.
  • Assisted prestigious urologist in cancer treatment procedures, cystoscopies, prostate biopsies, bladder instillations, bladder ultrasounds, and urodynamics.

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40. Scheduling Appointments

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Here's how Scheduling Appointments is used in Registered Medical Assistant jobs:
  • Possessed excellent telephone etiquette and scheduling appointments; communication skills using appropriate medical terminology.
  • Front and back administrative duties, answering phones, scheduling appointments and compliance with HIPAA, CLIA, and OSHA regulations.
  • Answer phones, scheduling appointments, scanning, referrals, prior authorizations, phone triage, and new patient packets.
  • General office administration, including copying, handling mail, answering phones, filing, ordering supplies, scheduling appointments.
  • Front office duties: patient check in, scanning and maintaining patient records, scheduling appointments, and answering phones.
  • Front office support included checking in patients for appointments, answering telephone calls, scheduling appointments and chart filing.
  • Managed various general office duties such as answering multiple telephone lines, faxing, copying & scheduling appointments.
  • Performed administrative duties that included answering multiple phone lines, scheduling appointments, and collecting patient dues.
  • Front office duties such as answering phones, scheduling appointments, prescription refills, and filing charts.
  • Schedule X-Rays, MRI's, and CT's along with scheduling appointments and follow-up appointments.
  • Assisted the front office with answering patient calls, scheduling appointments, and acquiring authorizations.
  • Front office duties including payroll, filing taxes, scheduling appointments, and filing insurance.
  • Work front desk greeting patients, scheduling appointments, collecting co-pays and other assigned duties.
  • Provide administrative support including: scheduling appointments, filing, copy, fax and answering phones
  • Performed general office duties such as answering telephones, scheduling appointments, and referrals.
  • Assist front office by answering multiple phone lines, scheduling appointments and checking outpatients.
  • Assist in test ordering, scheduling appointments, insurance authorizations and outgoing referrals.
  • Handled medical administrative duties such as answering phones, scheduling appointments, referrals.
  • Answer phones, scheduling appointments, inpatient and outpatient procedures, and surgeries.
  • Direct contact with patients assisting in their care and scheduling appointments.

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41. Medical Procedures

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Here's how Medical Procedures is used in Registered Medical Assistant jobs:
  • Assisted with medical procedures, prepared patients for examination, prepare medications, and document accurately.
  • Possess exceptional patient-care skills, strong command of basic medical procedures and terminology.
  • Achieved excellence for my performance in Insurance authorizations for medical procedures and medicines.
  • Assisted doctor during medical procedures provided patient instruction, exam room preparation.
  • Translate medical procedures in Spanish to patients as the physician provided service/treatment.
  • Cross-trained Medical Assistants on medical procedures/equipment, and physicians work flow.
  • Corresponded with insurance companies to obtain prior authorizations for medical procedures.
  • Assisted physicians with clinical and medical procedures.
  • Obtain prior authorizations for medical procedures.
  • Support providers with medical procedures.
  • Complete simple medical procedures such as the flushing of ears, breathing treatments, and throat or wound swabs.
  • Assisted doctors with minor medical procedures as needed and followed up with patient after care and instructions.
  • Assist Physician with minor medical procedures to include: wound care, injections, and suturing.
  • Train and coach new interns on basic medical procedures, policies, rules, and regulations.
  • Provided patient care, completion of patient medical charting and minor and invasive medical procedures.
  • Assist with examinations, treatments, clinical lab duties, and medical procedures.
  • Assisted with multiple medical procedures with an array of multiple specialty physicians.
  • Traveled to multiple office settings and assisted with medical procedures.
  • Assisted the doctor in GYN/Pap Exams and Minor Medical procedures.
  • Explained medical procedures to patients prior and post procedure.

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42. Pediatrics

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Here's how Pediatrics is used in Registered Medical Assistant jobs:
  • Work with diverse group of patients in a fast paced environment (pediatrics, geriatrics, and internal medicine).
  • Performed assistance for the following specialties: OB/GYN, Internal Medicine, Family Medicine, Pediatrics, and Emergency Medicine.
  • Provide assistance to providers in Internal Medicine, Pediatrics, and Ob/GYN department for over 10 years.
  • Provided patient care assistance on many scopes of practice, OB GYN, pediatrics, pain management.
  • Draw blood from infants and pediatrics, gave all injections to pediatrics and adults, vitals.
  • Worked with a range of offices as a temporary Medical Assistant ranging from pediatrics to geriatrics.
  • Assisted Physician and Registered Nurses in daily activities within the Pediatrics clinic.
  • Work with pediatrics, geriatrics, adolescents, and in OB\GYN department.
  • Worked with obstetrics and gynecologist, pediatrics, and general doctor.
  • Performed and assisted with yearly physical exams among adults and pediatrics.
  • Practice was bought by Dublin Pediatrics and I moved with him.
  • Experience in pediatrics and adults adapt well in either work specialty.
  • Experienced patient diversity from pediatrics, adolescents, adults and geriatrics.
  • Moved to working with Pediatrics Department in the Newborn Clinic.
  • Experience includes the following departments: Pediatrics and OB/GYN.
  • Cross Trained in Pediatrics and Internal Medicine.
  • Worked in a high volume pediatrics office.
  • Work with Adult Medicine and Pediatrics.
  • Accepted responsibility of developing and organizing the ADD Program in Anderson Pediatrics.
  • Provide patient education about the services offered at office Experience caring for all pediatrics, geriatrics and patients of all ages.

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43. PFT

low Demand
Here's how PFT is used in Registered Medical Assistant jobs:
  • Preformed EKG's, removed sutures, preformed PFT's.
  • Perform skin testing and PFT for MD as ordered.
  • Complete Doctors orders including, x-ray, bone scans, ECG's, PFT and Ankle-Brachial Index (ABI) testing.
  • Performed various drug screens, pre-employment drug screens, DOT drug screens, breath alcohol testing, and PFT's.
  • Performed, PFT's and ABI testing, ear irrigation, nebulizer treatments, and glucose testing.
  • Perform PFT testing, vision and hearing testing for patient pre employment physicals.
  • Perform Allergy testing and PFTs on patients in the office.
  • Perform EKG's, injections, nebulizer treatments, PFT's, and O2 saturations.
  • Assisted physician by performing PFTs, EKGs and administered several types of injections.
  • Performed EKGs and PFTs for patient diagnosing.

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44. Family Practice

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Here's how Family Practice is used in Registered Medical Assistant jobs:
  • Provided compassion and enthusiasm for busy, established family practice.
  • Registered medical assistant working in family practice and cardiology.
  • Registered Medical Assistant for a busy family practice.
  • Executed daily operations of a busy family practice.
  • Assisted with patients for doctors in the fields of family practice, internal medicine, endocrinology, hematology, & oncology.
  • Worked closely with nursing staff and physicians to carry out continuity of care in a high volume family practice clinic.
  • Performed work as a registered medical assistant in mental health facilities, family practices, and internal medicine clinics.
  • Specialized in family practice by treating patients with diabetes, high cholesterol, HIV, thyroid disease, etc.
  • Assisted in clinical procedures, patient care, charting and making referrals in a family practice and pediatric atmosphere.
  • Keep exam rooms stock and comply with OSHA regulations expected to float between the Family Practice and Specialty Care.
  • Assist family practice physician with physicals, vaccines, minor office surgery and contacting patients with test results
  • Serve as a medical assistant to a busy clinic specialized in Internal Medicine and Family Practice.
  • Position held at United States Air Force Academy, 10th Medical Group, Family Practice Clinic.
  • Handle incoming calls on the Critical Care Team, for internal medicine/family practice and endocrinology.
  • Have also helped in cardiology, general surgery, gynecology, and family practice.
  • Worked in three areas: family practice, internal medicine, Urgent care.
  • Worked in Family Practice, Internal Medicine, GYN, and Podiatry.
  • Provided medical care to patients in an urgent care and Family practice.
  • Worked with six practitioners - two Family Practice and four Internal Medicine.
  • Registered Medical Assistant for a busy Family Practice office with five Providers.

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45. CPR

low Demand
Here's how CPR is used in Registered Medical Assistant jobs:
  • Responded promptly to several code blue calls, which in one I assisted in saving a life using CPR.
  • Complete all safety, CPR, equipment usage and procedures requirements adhering to hospital and department policies.
  • Experience in First Aid, CPR for children and adults, also experience with the Heimlich maneuver.
  • Disinfect all areas, assist patients when needed, department CPR Instructor.
  • Dot and non-dot drug screen certified, CPR certification.
  • Obtained and displayed current CPR and IV certifications.
  • Instructed CPR hospital wide on a monthly basis.
  • Utilized CPR and first aid when needed.
  • Can initiate and assist in CPR.
  • Blood Cultures, wound dressing, CPR, and EKG.
  • Certified in EKG, CPR, OSHA, And HIPPA
  • Certified BLS, First Aid, and CPR
  • Utilize MacPratice electronic medical record system Took and recorded vitals, height and weight for new and regular patients.
  • Experienced in Allscripts EMR and CPR certified.
  • Certificate ID#248979) Current CPR, First Aid, HIPAA Privacy Regulations.
  • DOT Certified UDS Certified Hair follicle testing certified CPR/BLS Certified
  • Head MA Assist with Procedures/Exams Run in office labs CPR certified EMR OB care Injections, Depo, Celestone etc.

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46. Lab Tests

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Here's how Lab Tests is used in Registered Medical Assistant jobs:
  • Gather patients' specimen for lab tests - urine, stool, blood, and others.
  • Collected blood specimen for laboratory testing as well as other routine lab tests on patients.
  • Coordinate specimen collections and preparing for lab tests as ordered by the physician.
  • Assisted physician with surgical procedures, physical exams and performed routine lab tests.
  • Perform EKG, routine CLIA waived lab tests, various injections.
  • Processed drug screening specimens for external lab tests.
  • Perform routine lab tests and sample analysis.
  • Assisted with injections and basic lab tests.
  • Ordered routine and STAT lab tests.
  • Ordered and preformed lab tests.
  • Ordered lab tests and procedures.
  • Administer Strep & Flu In House lab tests, Swab for cultures to be sent out for testing.
  • Ordered and scheduled lab tests, x-rays, MRI, Ultrasound.
  • Blood draws, Vaccine administering, perform in house lab tests; strep,flu,pertussis and mono spots.
  • Help in minor office procedures Run lab tests such as wound cultures, throat cultures and urine dips.
  • Performed routine lab tests and administered IM, SQ and Intradermal injections.
  • Scheduled appointments, used multi-lined phones, executed routine lab tests.
  • Ordered Lab tests, MRI's, X-rays, CT scans, Myelograms, Physical Therapy, and ESI injections.
  • Obtained vital signs, ear lavages, fingersticks, ordered imaging test, lab tests.
  • X-rayed patients, ordered and read lab tests, MRIs and ultra sounds.

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47. Schedule Patients

low Demand
Here's how Schedule Patients is used in Registered Medical Assistant jobs:
  • Schedule patients for specialist visits and conduct insurance verification.
  • Access to supervisor keys, which allowed me to schedule patients, modify schedules and create schedules.
  • Breast Surgery- Assist in office procedures, schedule patients for diagnostic imaging, schedule follow ups.
  • Schedule and reschedule patients to best accommodate the patient's and the physician's schedule.
  • Discharge and schedule patients for follow up visits, laboratory and diagnostic testing.
  • Restock and dispense medications, Audit inventory, Call back and schedule patients.
  • Contacted medical facilities or departments to schedule patients for diagnostic imaging or labs.
  • Schedule patients for diagnostic testing and follow ups to ensure completion of testing.
  • Schedule patients test, procedures, and hospital admissions and schedule appointment follow-up.
  • Schedule patients for surgery appointments with specialty departments (Pre-Op nurse).
  • Schedule patients for diagnostic imaging and tests and explain preparation needed.
  • Schedule patients, for office visits and outside diagnostic testing.
  • Schedule patients for sick call and chronic care appointments.
  • Schedule patients for follow up appointments or specialty appointments.
  • Called medical facilities to schedule patients for tests.
  • Schedule patients for test, follow up appointments.
  • Schedule patients for follow-up appointments with other clinics.
  • Responded to written and telephone requests for prescriptions Contacted medical facilities and departments to schedule patients for tests and admission.
  • Greet, check-in, schedule patients, renew and review prescriptions Daily and proficient use with the Epic System
  • Schedule patients appointments and procedures (echo, heart cath, stress test, ultrasound, etc.)

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48. Sterilize Instruments

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Here's how Sterilize Instruments is used in Registered Medical Assistant jobs:
  • Trained new employees and sterilize instruments and maintained inventory of examination/procedure room supplies.
  • Call insurance for prior authorizations for prescriptions and referrals, clean and sterilize instruments and dispose of contaminated supplies.
  • Clean and sterilize instruments, monthly maintenance on autoclave machine, stock exam rooms with supplies.
  • Schedule patients, Sterilize Instruments in autoclave daily, clean and stock rooms, etc.
  • Assist in procedures, sterilize instruments and pack them for future procedures.
  • Clean and sterilize instruments used during exam and procedures in an autoclave.
  • Sterilize instruments and assist in minor in office surgical procedures.
  • Clean and sterilize instruments in autoclave Prepare and administer vaccines/medications as directed by a physician.
  • Clean and sterilize instruments Prepare rooms and patients for examination
  • Clean and sterilize instruments - Explain treatment procedures, medications, diets, or physicians' instructions to patients.
  • Clean and sterilize instruments and clean the office.AccomplishmentsI really enjoy one on one time with patients.
  • Hand instruments and materials to doctor as directed.. Clean and sterilize instruments.
  • Clean and sterilize instruments, Autoclave, Prepare surgery Sterile Techniques trays.
  • Assist with wound care Sterilize instruments.
  • Order supplies, sterilize instruments, assist in sclerotherapy, endovenous laser ablutions.

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49. Hippa

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Here's how Hippa is used in Registered Medical Assistant jobs:
  • Demonstrate awareness of HIPPA (patient/family rights and maintains confidentiality of all patient-related information).
  • Completed and submitted clinical documentation in accordance with HIPPA guidelines.
  • Assist in implementing practice for quality assurance and control program efforts ensured compliance with HIPPA, CLIA, and OSHA regulations.
  • Helped with implementing the practices quality and control program, and ensured compliance with HIPPA, CLIA and OSHA.
  • Ensured the cleanliness, sanitation of the exam rooms and equipment and followed HIPPA, CLIA and OSHA regulations.
  • Train and instruct new employees of responsibilities to include ethical behavior, HIPPA, communication, and attitude.
  • Implemented practice's quality assurance and control by ensuring compliance efforts with HIPPA and OSHA regulations.
  • Followed standard operating procedures as well as FDA and HIPPA laws loaded and unloaded medical supplies.
  • Ensured compliance with HIPPA, CLIA and OSHA regulations, improved patient care and satisfaction.
  • Updated patients yearly information such as HIPPA, Consent to Treat, Medical Release forms.
  • Maintained compliance in areas such as OSHA and HIPPA issues updating policies and procedures.
  • Apply knowledge of sterile techniques as well as HIPPA and OSHA regulations.
  • Handled important and confidential patient records in accordance to HIPPA law.
  • Obtained medical records from hospitals and imaging centers and assured HIPPA compliance
  • Ensured medical team remained HIPPA compliant and followed strict safety regulations.
  • Prepare and send out medical records according to HIPPA guidelines.
  • Scheduled referrals, insurance clearance, maintained charts and HIPPA.
  • Documented all patient records according to law and HIPPA standards.
  • Adhere to and comply with all office policies and HIPPA
  • Maintain and follow guidelines of OSHA and HIPPA regulations.

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50. Drug Refills

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Here's how Drug Refills is used in Registered Medical Assistant jobs:
  • Authorized drug refills and provided detailed prescription information to pharmacies Assessed patients and documented their medical histories.
  • Directed by nurse, authorized drug refills.
  • Authorize drug refills to pharmacies.
  • Authorized drug refills and provided detailed prescription information to pharmacy Inserted both male and female Catheters
  • Authorize drug refills and provide prescription information to pharmacies Prepare Treatment rooms for patient examinations, keeping the rooms neat and clean
  • Authorize drug refills as directed.Draw blood, perform EKG's and PVR's.
  • Assisted doctor with surgeries and non-invasive procedures .Authorized drug refills and provided detailed prescription information to pharmacies.
  • Prepare patients' charts Authorize drug refills and provide prescription information to pharmacies Maintain properly cleaned and stocked exam rooms.

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20 Most Common Skill for a Registered Medical Assistant

Patient Care15.8%
Office Supplies14.3%
Vital Signs9.1%
EKG8.7%
Laboratory Specimens6.3%
Medical Records5.6%
Triage5.5%
Exam Rooms5.5%

Typical Skill-Sets Required For A Registered Medical Assistant

RankSkillPercentage of ResumesPercentage
1
1
Patient Care
Patient Care
12.4%
12.4%
2
2
Office Supplies
Office Supplies
11.2%
11.2%
3
3
Vital Signs
Vital Signs
7.1%
7.1%
4
4
EKG
EKG
6.9%
6.9%
5
5
Laboratory Specimens
Laboratory Specimens
4.9%
4.9%
6
6
Medical Records
Medical Records
4.4%
4.4%
7
7
Triage
Triage
4.3%
4.3%
8
8
Exam Rooms
Exam Rooms
4.3%
4.3%
9
9
Phlebotomy
Phlebotomy
3.7%
3.7%
10
10
Appointment Scheduling
Appointment Scheduling
3%
3%
11
11
Urinalysis
Urinalysis
2.5%
2.5%
12
12
Front Desk
Front Desk
1.9%
1.9%
13
13
Venipuncture
Venipuncture
1.9%
1.9%
14
14
Blood Pressure
Blood Pressure
1.7%
1.7%
15
15
Insurance Companies
Insurance Companies
1.6%
1.6%
16
16
Phone Calls
Phone Calls
1.5%
1.5%
17
17
Test Cases
Test Cases
1.3%
1.3%
18
18
Back Office
Back Office
1.3%
1.3%
19
19
Prescription Refills
Prescription Refills
1.3%
1.3%
20
20
Drawing Blood
Drawing Blood
1.2%
1.2%
21
21
Administer Medications
Administer Medications
1.2%
1.2%
22
22
Surgical Procedures
Surgical Procedures
1.1%
1.1%
23
23
Patient Rooms
Patient Rooms
1.1%
1.1%
24
24
Osha
Osha
1%
1%
25
25
Internal Medicine
Internal Medicine
1%
1%
26
26
Data Entry
Data Entry
1%
1%
27
27
Medical Supplies
Medical Supplies
0.9%
0.9%
28
28
Lab Results
Lab Results
0.9%
0.9%
29
29
Spirometry
Spirometry
0.9%
0.9%
30
30
Customer Service
Customer Service
0.8%
0.8%
31
31
EHR
EHR
0.8%
0.8%
32
32
PAP Smears
PAP Smears
0.7%
0.7%
33
33
Clia
Clia
0.7%
0.7%
34
34
Suture Removal
Suture Removal
0.7%
0.7%
35
35
Hipaa
Hipaa
0.7%
0.7%
36
36
Rooms Neat
Rooms Neat
0.7%
0.7%
37
37
Phone Triage
Phone Triage
0.7%
0.7%
38
38
Vital Statistics
Vital Statistics
0.6%
0.6%
39
39
Treatment Procedures
Treatment Procedures
0.6%
0.6%
40
40
Scheduling Appointments
Scheduling Appointments
0.6%
0.6%
41
41
Medical Procedures
Medical Procedures
0.6%
0.6%
42
42
Pediatrics
Pediatrics
0.6%
0.6%
43
43
PFT
PFT
0.6%
0.6%
44
44
Family Practice
Family Practice
0.5%
0.5%
45
45
CPR
CPR
0.5%
0.5%
46
46
Lab Tests
Lab Tests
0.5%
0.5%
47
47
Schedule Patients
Schedule Patients
0.5%
0.5%
48
48
Sterilize Instruments
Sterilize Instruments
0.5%
0.5%
49
49
Hippa
Hippa
0.4%
0.4%
50
50
Drug Refills
Drug Refills
0.4%
0.4%

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