• Administrative Medical Assistant Float

    Job Locations US-CA-Orange
    Posted Date 2 weeks ago(5/7/2018 6:49 PM)
    Job ID
    2018-1315
    # of Openings
    1
    Category
    Administrative
  • Overview

    Planned Parenthood of Orange and San Bernardino Counties has an exciting full-time opportunity (4, 10 hour days a week) for a Administrative Medical Assistant Float to travel as assigned to various health centers throughout Orange County providing administrative medical assistant coverage.  Responsibilities include greeting and checking-in patients, preparing and scanning paperwork, determining payer source, collection of fees/receipts and donations, collection of IDs, and answering phones.

    Responsibilities

    Must provide excellent customer service in a non-judgmental, empathetic manner

    Responsible for scheduling appointments for family planning including but not limited to contraceptives and abortion services, and will assist and support the clinical staff in these services as well

    Assess client finances including verifying insurance, health plan authorization, Medi-Cal cards, and ensuring completeness of appropriate forms

    Prepare and scan charts, check for completeness, errors, signature, etc.

    Maintain and update patient records in electronic medical records (EMR) system

    Process and scan lab results

    Review and reconcile billing

    Monitor patient flow and wait times

    Collect donations and patient satisfaction surveys

    Must work well in a fast paced, high demand environment (be flexible, calm, and positive)

    Qualifications

    • A high school diploma or other education plus experience is required
    • Must have 1-3 years of continued job experience and healthcare or general receptionist experience
    • Must be available to work flexible hours which include weekends (Saturday and/or Sunday) and evenings
    • Willingness to travel to our 6 health centers throughout Orange County as needed
    • Bilingual preferred

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