Clerical Jobs in Dothan, Alabama
Community Health System Dothan, AL, 36302
Medical Records Coordinator - Medical Records - FT - 8:00 AM - 4:30 PM The Medical Records Coordinator is responsible for evaluating Inpatient and Outpatient Surgery charts for deficiencies such as missing signatures, reports, dictation, etc.; routing incomplete charts; assembling outpatient surgery and RTP visits; filing; sorting labs; typing birth certificates; copying various face sheet lists ...
The main objective of the Insurance Representative is to file claims, followup and collect as many accounts with timeliness and accuracy. 1. Must be able to operate computer and learn billing requirements. 2. Should go through Medical Terminology. 3. Must bill claims daily and with accuracy. 4. Process correspondence on a daily basis. 5. Do followup to insurance companies for timely payments....
High School diploma or equivalent is required. Must have attending an accredited school for certified medical assistant training or equivalent. Minimum of three years experience in clerical and phlebotomy technique is required. Contact:...
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