Administrative asst internWilliam Martin,Ph.D.,P.C.
Office InternUnited Technology
Proposal WritierMobile Office Communications, Inc.
(Fall, Spring, Summer) Interns wanted - Must be able to receive college credit - AdministrationPES
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GSI Commerce, Inc.
Posted: February 12 2016
Company Location: King of Prussia, PA
Application Deadline: Available Year-round
Position: 45 Full-time, Paid (College Credit Required)
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ResponsibilitiesAssists with treatment ordered by physician as supervised by physician or registered nurse. Performs select clinical duties.
Interviews patients, measures vital signs and records information on patients' charts. Prepares treatment rooms for examination of patients.
Performs basic clerical duties including answering phones, maintaining records, and filing.
Performs basic material management function to include ordering and stocking of supplies. Assists with maintaining a clean and orderly environment.
Provides coverage for office administrative staff as needed, such as calling for lab results, logging in samples to medicine closet, checking for expired drugs, filing and answering phones.
Schedules tests and procedures for physicians and obtains pre-certification/pre-authorization for these tests and procedures as required by insurance carrier.
Works with the center staff to coordinate patient flow and to assure that operations are working smoothly. Pulls patient charts.
When necessary, coordinates with Operating Room to assure that patient surgeries are correctly posted and all equipment for procedures are available.
Calls pharmacies to refill prescriptions under the direction of a physician and obtains authorizations for prescriptions and prescription refills as required by insurance.
Prepares patients charts prior to scheduled visits with the required forms and by gathering pertinent medical information from the electronic medical record and from outside medical offices and testing facilities. Prepares charts according to each physician's individual preference. Completes all necessary documentation including immunization records and logs.
Performs lab procedures. Accurately completes and submits paperwork to appropriate lab based on managed care contracts.
Receives and gives referrals to patients.
Accurately and thoroughly enters scheduling data. Always documents no shows/ cancelations/add-ons. Enters all demographics properly and accurately. Completes insurance verification for all patients.
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