Medical Records Technician

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Better Communities
502 McKnight Drive Suite 200
Knightdale, NC
Posted: March 31 2016
Application Deadline: Available Year-round
Position: 2 Part-time, Unpaid

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Description

Better Communities is a NC state-licensed mental health agency serving the entire North Central region of North Carolina, including Wake, Durham, Franklin, Granville, Johnston, Lee Orange, Chatham and Wilson counties. We offer Outpatient/Individual therapy, group therapy, case management, DWI assessments and treatment programs, tutoring and counseling services, helping people overcome life's challenges. Our specialties include the treatment of substance abuse and dependence, depression, anxiety disorders, relationship challenges and grief counseling. Seeking help is the first step towards a healthier, more balanced life.

Being a part of our agency can greatly improve your mental well-being and your quality of life. Our therapists are highly trained professionals who specialize in each of the each of the services we provide. Opening up your soul to a stranger requires a great deal of trust. Our practice provides a comfortable and private setting for you to be assured that any information shared with us is kept confidential. Better Communities builds a personalized treatment plan and takes you through the process at your own pace. Please contact us to learn more about how we can help you achieve peace and feel more satisfied in your life's direction.

Responsibilities

- Organize and collect progress reports
- Monitor project calendar, ensuring project is on schedule and in budget

Requirements

The Medical Records Clerk initiates
medical charts and works closely with front office
personnel, personnel and providers staff.

Job Duties: (1) Initiates the medical chart, and then he/she is
responsible for routing the chart to the appropriate
personnel.
(2) Pull charts daily for patients who are scheduled and
make sure that the date of service is stamped on the
progress note. Inserts any lab results or other
results needed for review by the provider as per
policies and procedures and
in accordance with licensing and regulatory
requirements or as instructed by the clinical staff.
Check for patient identifying information on all
documents.
(3) In coordination with established policies makes
sure that payor information has been verified for
each scheduled patient and that all patients are
called the day before to confirm appointments.
(4) Is responsible for inserting all other documents in
patients’ charts in accordance with program
requirements, policies and procedures established
at the direction of the clinical staff

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