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Job Description Duties o The medical office manager/CBO must know how to handle office accounts to make sure the office pays bills on time and bills patients with the proper insurance codes. They will work with the billing department to insure accuracy and provide monthly reports (such as profit/loss statements etc.) In addition, the manager ensures staff members are friendly toward patients, that each patient completes the proper office documents and that the medical office has the equipment and supplies it needs to operate efficiently. Other Tasks o Other chief responsibilities of the medical office manager includes: preparing payrolls, and managing office correspondence to patients and outside vendors. This individual must evaluate how productive an office is and develop plans to improve efficiency and reduce office costs. Responsibility for handling employee benefit and insurance programs are also expected. In addition, hiring and training clerical employees and producing financial reports and budgets will also be expected. Skills o Knowledge of topics such as Medicare, Occupational Safety and Health Administration regulations and the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act are critical. Strong computer skills, and experience with electronic medical records is a must. Written, verbal and interpersonal communication skills are also needed. Key attributes would include being flexible and professional. Education o A four-year bachelor's degree program is required, so that the candidate is aware of the complexity of health-related fields and to topics such as records management, medical software programs, health care law and ethics, finance and medical vocabulary. The candidate also should have knowledge of medical human resource management, strategic planning, common illnesses and disease prevention.
Relocation costs may be covered.
-Coordination and Management of daily tasks for approximately 15-20 staff members; -Provide management oversight for the registration and scheduling process to facilitate the collection of accurate patient demographic and insurance information -Establish quality control techniques to ensure that correct billing information is collected to produce and generate clean claims for submission -Provide excellent customer service including problem solving, timely follow up, assisting in answering phones and scheduling appointments -Facilitate the preparation and submission of employee payroll to the payroll processing company -Assist in reviewing vendor contracts, invoices and interacting with bookkeeping -Support the Practice compliance program. -The person should be multifunctional and have the ability to multi-task -The person should have strong communication skills -Must have strong time management and organizational skills -Must have strong customer service and conflict resolution skills -Must have strong trouble shooting skills -Must have a knowledge of insurance and medical terminology. -Must possess strong computer skills, including 10 key proficiency. -Must be able to comprehend credentialing and aid in coordination of process. -Must be able to handle multiple and complicated specialties with a highest level of accuracy. -Must be proficient in knowledge of ICD-9 and CPT codes.
Please send a copy of CV/Resume and Cover Letter with 3 references to the attached email. Applicants will have resumes reviewed and then proceed to an initial phone interview. Formal interview to follow for qualified and competent individuals.