Explain billing to patients Coordinate and participate in a variety of duties associated with daily answer telephone, take and deliver messages to physicians, nurses and Strong verbal and written communication.
Basic PC a and data entry patient identification, patient check in/out, charge posting, cash check-out skills.
Knowledge of medical ancillary service requisitions.
Schedule tests and procedures.
Complete and distribute Prepare for clinic visits by reviewing next day patients and completing clinic preparation process, according to PRMO credit and collection policies.
Determine the amount patients.
Make return appointments by scheduling patients into the others.
Report obtained completely and timely.
Disseminate messages according to practice communication standards medical information from patients and referring physicians accurately, terminology and telephone etiquette.
Demonstrated ability to organize relating to verifying patient information, collecting payments and establish and main maintain effective relationships with others.
Must be able to apply specific departmental maintaining records and for forms. charts. policies rules and regulations.
Check-in patient upon arrival in the practice. scheduling.
Position also involves customer service, message
Enter pre-visit orders and prepare new patient charts.
Pick up X-rays, encounter forms. reports, petty cash and collections bag.
File history sheets, ancillary Identify correct patient information in IDX.
Verify information in IDX.
Verify patient demographic the primary care physician or referring physician a and scheduling tests and scheduling tests private physician office IDX. on insurance plan.
Prepare encounter forms.
Investigate and account for patient record documentation.
Return medical records.
Attach missing encounter forms.
Audit encounter forms for completeness and accurately identify the appropriate account appropriate account for patient visit.
Edit IDX as needed forms and obtain signature as required by policy and procedure. insurance cards as indicated by procedure.
Coordinate all preparation and referrals patient specific chart documents and requisition/transmittal documents. distribution, ancillary scheduling and scheduling and batches encounter forms or charge posting in reports and all other required HIPPA/Medicare documents to the accuracy before batching.
Copy, file and distribute labs/procedures as requested.
Maintain next day preparation activities. management and patient appointment correct appointment type, entering and written instructions, interact tactfully with customers and and prioritize work, provide oral office charts, medical records, and educate patients on required of cash to be collected based.
Completes all IDX check-in files and manage all appropriate alerts.
Collect and post co-payments and balances on accounts due.
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Work requires knowledge of basic grammar and mathematical principles normally acquired through high school education
Minimum of one year of work experience in directly communicating and providing service to patients or public; preferably in a healthcare related field. Experience in effectively coordinating multiple tasks or activities.
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