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Patient Intake Representative

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Labcorp Yucca Valley , CA 92284

Posted 3 months ago

Location Yucca Valley, California Job ID 18-86358 Date posted 09/25/2018

Perform front desk activities, such as unlocking doors, starting computer, and answering the phone.Greet patient and enter patient health insurance information and collect current or past due payment amount(s).Call physician offices to confirm test orders and file records according to policy.

Requirements

Requires a High School Diploma, additional preferences

  • 1 year health care data entry, medical insurance experience. Valid driver's license with clean driving record, a successful completion of a color blind evaluation.

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ScheduleMonday to Friday 7:00 am

  • 4:00 pm, overtime and rotating weekends are required

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