As my resume demonstrates, my current position requires providing patient support.
I am the first face that many of our patients see when they walk into our facility, and it is my job to make sure they are able to be signed into our computer system, and then directed to the right part of the clinic.
At the beginning of 2017, I initiated a complete re-haul of our billing system, which had previously been dependent upon manual labor, but is now computerized.
This reduced our previous six-month backlog to three weeks.
I also maintain their confidentiality while I collect, organize, and manage new patient data.
Finally, I collect insurance and copay information from patients.Due to my meticulous filing and organizational skills, I have been placed in charge of the insurance collection aspects of our patients’ records.Prior to taking the position, it was common to have a backlog of at least ten patients each month, whose payments were not up to date due to outdated insurance or copay information.My greatest skill is the ability to establish a friendly work relationship with both the patients and the staff at Dr. I also exhibit great flexibility when determining what tasks need to be prioritized.My experience, open rapport with others, ability to multitask, and thorough knowledge of medical terminology make me an excellent candidate for the position of medical receptionist at your office.While obtaining my degree in Medical Office Administration from Sacramento Community College in 2013, I took courses in medical office procedures, administration, terminology, ethics, and coding.Since obtaining my degree, I have worked at the Northeast Community Clinic, where I have developed and enhanced my front-desk, clerical, and multi-tasking skills.Both my degree and my previous job positions make me a good candidate for this position.I possess a certificate in medical billing and coding, and an associate’s degree in health care administration from Albany Technical College. Rebecca Allen’s private practice in Gainesville, Atlanta.Some may work in a doctor’s office, while others work in hospitals or clinics.Regardless of the work environment, medical receptionists operate as part of a medical team.