Dedicated and focused Document Prepper who excels at prioritizing, completing multiple tasks simultaneously and following through to achieve project goals. Seeking a role of increased responsibility and challenging situations. Experienced in receiving, organizing, and filing complex information. Self-directed and resourceful with professional demeanor and hard-working mindset. Committed to maintaining high standards of accuracy, productivity and confidentiality.
Strong work ethic
Knowledgeable of Quality Control standards
Strong knowledge of DPC processes and procedures
Experience in Quality Control Deparment
Filing and data archiving
Microsoft Office proficiency
Meticulous attention to detail
Collaborative team player
Eliminated over x hours of processing work load by implementing automation strategies.
Handled high-volume paperwork needs for growing department.
Reviewed state documents for completeness, assembled records into standard order and filed records in designated areas according to DPC processing procedures.
Successfully overachieved DPC overall rates, policies and procedures while focusing on minimizing errors and generating superior results.
Multiple awards for performance.
Promoted to Top Performer less than a few months of employment.
Won Top 110% award.
Appointed by supervisors for special tasks and large scale projects.
Employee of the Week Award.
Earned a numerous amount of quick Document Processing awards.
04/2015 to Current
Document PrepperImageAPI, LLC － Austin, TX
Maintained detailed administrative and procedural processes to improve accuracy and efficiency.
Verified and logged in deadlines for responding to daily inquiries.
Updated patient accounts and information on a daily basis.
Successfully established effective systems for record retention by creating database for daily
Standardized department filing system to increase efficiency.
Handled and processed confidential client information.
Strictly followed all federal and state guidelines for release of information.
Recognizing when required records/documents/files are missing and following proper procedures to
document missing information.
Arranging documents and pages in proper order to be scanned.
Placing bar code labels on boxes, files, and/or documents.
Completing the prepping information required on batch information sheet and placing these sheets on
Forwarding prepared files to scanning or the next designated step in the process.
Identifying large, multi-component documents and dividing them correctly into separate documents.
Handling outsized documents that cannot be handled according to the normally defined steps of the
Forwarding prepared files to the next designated step for the assigned project.