Medical Records Specialist experienced at registering patients, scheduling appointments and recording and filing patient medical records.
Promoted to Medical Record Specialist after 2 months of employment.
My duties are answering phones, filing, faxing over physician certifications for a signature, mail out new orders for signatures, prepare contracts as well as meet and greet and new guest and go over the contract with them. File physician orders, advance directives, nurses notes etc, in the appropriate places in the guest chart. Assist new employees with the hoyer and sit to stand machine. Make sure all nurses and aides are current with their cpr certification. Scan all guest medical chart into a program using matrix. Breaking down charts, keep the nursing stations fully equipped with every day usage of forms. I schedule doctor appointments and the transportation for the guest. I work the floor as a CNA when needed time to time. I also work the front desk as a Receptionist when needed.
My duties were verifying new referrals that were sent to my department for verification. I verified names, addresses, social security numbers, date of birth and status with the beam team. Once I verified all information I would go to excel and put into a program used on excel then would save and email to all regional offices in the state of Illinois.
Duties were to verify new referrals that were sent to the department requesting assistance through the benefits applications application access program. I verified their name, address, social security number, date of birth and verification status with the beam team. Looked up the recipient identification number when verifying information on the excel spreadsheet once completed. I would email all the spreadsheets to the different teams and regions in the Illinois area.
Assisted residents with their daily ADL's to include bathing, dressing, feeding, grooming, toileting, social skills and activities. I would complete a daily report on each assigned resident at the end of my shift by using a system called point of click. Assist nurses with resident if needed while trying to give medications or do a dressing to a wound on a resident. Handled weights and vitals on a resident when needed gave results to the nurses in charge of resident. Most of all I was to keep them safe. INB Bank October 15, 2013 - February 21,
My duties were to input wages from employers that had employees into a database used for tax purposes for Illinois Department Of Revenue. I had to verify amounts that were being entered matched the screen known as the tally screen. There were to be at least two hundred entered by each data entry clerk daily.
Assisted residents with their daily living matters to include bathing, grooming, dressing, toileting, feeding, activities and their social skills. I would report changes in a resident behavior immediately. Responsible for doing daily report on assigned residents in their charts, cleaning their wheel chairs, organizing their clothing to include handling inventory on each resident belongings by filling out a inventory report which you would mark what the resident had with them when arrived to the facility. Most of all I was required to make sure the resident felt safe.
Duties were to make sure that all residents are being seen by their physician within thirty days after they are admitted. If resident had been in the facility pass thirty days I would make sure that the resident was being seen every sixty days if on medicare or not on medicare. I was responsible for updating resident chart with the physicians progress notes, thinning chart when needed accordingly to the Illinois Department Of Public Ditars ha Shianne Ro b ins o n 1 Health. I ordered and stored away all supplies that arrived in the appropriate areas. Documented all supplies that came into the facility, and did a count of all supplies. Kept the nursing stations fully equipped with copies of its daily forms that were used. Prepared the CNA schedules for all three shifts and kept up with time off request and covering the various shifts when there were days the facility was short staffed. Handled discharges when a resident expired or left the facility. Prepared ADL's for the MDS and physical therapy department as well. Assisted a disabled woman in her home with daily living routine showering, dressing, and grooming. Handled her laundry, light cleaning, preparing small meals, helping her with exercises and keeping her company. Responsibilities were to assist youth with mental, physical, and behavioral challenges. I would assist with daily living matters such as bathing, dressing, grooming, feeding, learning activities, field trips, and social skills. At the end of my shift I would record all activity that occurred during my shift. I would report any changes in a youth behavior or activity to the nurse.
Duties included inputting all payments for all claims that came into the office to be paid for by medicaid. I was to make sure that all payments entered match the totaling and balancing screens that was known as the BD06 and AU02 before the end of the day. There were to be a total of one hundred or more entered daily by each data entry clerk.
Answering all inbound calls and making outbound calls to debtors in a professional manner making sure to I verify whom I was talking to. I was to handle calls according to company policies by quoting the mini miranda per each call. I collected for various companies, as a collector I was to get balance in full, settlement in full by secured checks or post dated checks. If I could not get balance in full or settlement in full, I would aim for payment arrangement by securing payments with check over the phone. Once call was completed I would document the account accordingly
Responsible for operating all monitors in the county jail to include opening and closing all doors by using a touch screen monitor. Correctional officers were assigned to do a cell check every thirty minutes and I would watch them on the cameras and open, unlock all the doors for them. I performed daily reports after my shift for each correctional officer and each cell block.
Duties included transferring information from one billing claim to a claim form for the billing department. Once all the claims were transferred I were to put them in bundles by a medical code and total them up to determine how much medicaid would cover for each client.
Responsibilities included answering phones, going to the post office picking up mail from the business P.O. Box. I would make daily deposit at the company bank, assisted customers with payments or new services. Started a free recycling program with all the schools in District 186 through Lasley's. Prepared invoices for each truck driver that came and picked up aluminum or either dumped trash.
Responsible for answering all incoming calls in a professional manner, verifying caller by the information on the account. Duties included making changes to their cell phone plans, upgrading phones,, programming phones, paying bill, discussing problems that one might had with his or her phone. Documented account accordingly if there were a problem I could not resolve due to a technical problem, I would transfer them the technical department.
Responsible for paying premiums, prepaying policies to their maturity date, mailing out backbills to the insured, typing, filing, answering phones and updating insured policies which was known as a follow up. Franklin Life Insurance Company February 17, 1997 - March 20,
Duties included opening, scanning, routing all mail once it was logged into the system. I would date stamp the mail that came in after logging it in. Responsible for keeping all policies in alphabetical order, color coded and filed. I was to scan a policy if it was to be checked out by staff into a logging database that would allow me to scan and record the name the of person and the department they were located in and why they were checking out the policy.
Duties included answering incoming calls, opening and routing mail. I would post various job vacancy up in the central office. Too include typing various types of correspondence, including confidential letters, memos, filing and dictation letters as well. Typed some itinerary memos a well for the CEO, would call and reserve rooms for special meetings and seminars. QUALIFICATIONS I completed all of the office occupational courses needed while in high school, working and studying through the co-op program. I became CNA certified 11/2006
CNA August 15, 2006 - October 11, 2006 Lincoln Land Community College I completed six semester credit hours and 128 hours of theory and practicum
Answering phones, Clerk, Payments, Data Entry, Claims, Medicaid, Filing, Typing, Database, Processor, Answering Phones, Outbound Calls, Quoting, Incoming Calls, Annuities, Life Insurance, Paying, Answering Incoming, Central Office, Correspondence, Dictation, Reserve Rooms, Tally, Inventory, Billing, Invoices, Office Assistant, Logging, Scanning, Its, Medical Records, Medicare, Progress, Therapy, Customer Service, Customer Service Representative, Receptionist, Retail Sales, Access, Benefits, Data Entry Operator, Excel, Closing, Control Room
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