Medical Assistant - Troy, per diemIf you are looking for a Medical Assistant position in Troy, per diem, this could be your opportunity.
Here at St. Peter's Health Partner's, we care for more people in more places.
This opportunity is located at 2 New Hampshire Ave, Troy.
Position Highlights: Quality of Life: Where career opportunities and quality of life convergeAdvancement: Strong orientation program, generous tuition allowance and career developmentWork/Life: per diemWhat you will do: Clinical and Clerical responsibilities in a Physicians Practice, with hands-on clinical responsibilities.
The Medical Assistant is responsible for assisting in the preparation, examination and treatment of patients under the direction of the physician.
Appropriately and professionally, assist physician and patients during the examination.
Assist with front desk duties when necessary.
Responsibilities: Escorts patient to exam room, takes appropriate vital signs and documents all necessary health information into the electronic medical record.
Responds to patients concerns appropriately.
Completes referrals and obtains pre-authorizations for diagnostic testing.
Follows proper protocol for collection and delivery of specimens.
Completes incoming patient forms and ensures forms are scanned into the electronic medical record if applicable.
Uses Universal Precautions with all encounters.
Knows and follows procedure for handling occurrences involving exposure to blood or other body fluid.
Documents all exposure incidents per St Peter’s Health Partners Medical Associates policy.
Notifies physician regarding patients in need of physician intervention.
Ensures that patient exam rooms are stocked and cleaned at all times.
Follows office protocol to ensure adequate supplies are ordered and stocked.
Performs office testing with appropriate training and within scope of practice.
Handles medical waste appropriately.
Provides educational materials to patients.
Provides patients with electronic copy of medical record.
If applicable perform front-end functions to insure achievement of established revenue cycle metrics, consistent with excellence standards and practice workflows: Scheduling and registrationCheck-inCheck-outCharge entry/claimsEnd of day processesGeneral duties including but not limited to: Document processingScanningInbox monitoringPerforms other duties as assigned.
What you will need: High School Diploma or equivalencyCompletion of Medical Assistant program orminimum 1 year direct health care experience to be eligible for CMA National Certification ExamExam must be completed within 90 days of hireBasic Computer CompetencyCommitment to confidentiality and respectAbility to work independently, yet function collaboratively as a teamAbility to lift 25 lbs.
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