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Associate Employment Opportunities

The Medical Receptionist is responsible to gather necessary patient information including demographic and insurance information, collect co-pays and past due balances, collect billing information when registering patient, accurately record and maintain confidential information and other duties as necessary. Maintains office inventory by checking stock, ordering supplies and verifying receipts. Qualifications include, but are not limited to, knowledge of computers, medical terminology, and strong communication skills, and a high degree of customer service skills. Attention to detail, organization, good telephone skills, critical thinking and professionalism are also a must. Medical office skills and insurance experience is helpful.

The Billing Clerk is responsible for assuring prompt and accurate claim submission to payers. Responsibilities will include reviewing, correcting and submitting claims. Will also include performing follow-up work for all unpaid claims. Knowledge of CPT/ICD codes, medical terminology, 1500 claim submission guidelines and EOB interpretation is preferred. Must have attention to detail and ability to plan and manage multiple tasks. Hospital or Physician office billing experience preferred.

The clinical staff member will be responsible to perform a variety of duties, including preparing the patient for the health care visit by accompanying them to the examining room; helping them to position themselves for the examination and/or treatment. Verifies patient information by interviewing patient; reviewing and/or recording medical history; taking vital signs; confirming purpose of visit or treatment. Supports patient care delivery by helping health care providers during examinations; preparing laboratory specimens; performing basic lab tests on premises; disposing of contaminated supplies; sterilizing medical instruments; administering medications on the premises; authorizing drugs refills as directed; drawing blood. Inventory control including: stock, placing orders and verifying receipt. Abide by all HIPAA rules.

Position Qualifications:
1. Must hold current LPN licensure in the state of Ohio, Registered Medical Assistant or Certified Medical Assistant Accreditation
2. Must have current CPR certification
3. Must possess strong customer service and public relations skills
4. Must be self-motivated
5. Must be able to work well independently

RESPONSIBLE TO: Practice Physicians and Operations Manager

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS:
Assists in creating and updating all clinical protocols. Collaborates with administrator regarding
same. Communicates same to all clinical staff members.
Receive and respond to inquiries from patients, physicians, health care workers etc. regarding patient care under the direction of the physician. Collaborate with physician regarding same.
Document, maintain, and update all information related to patient care.
Review all H&Ps for patients scheduled for surgery. Review consults and documentation from
collaborating providers and updates/informs surgery regarding same. Documents same.
Review and notify physician regarding incoming results related to surgery. Collaborate with physicians regarding same. Follow up on results based on direction of physician.
Collaborate with PCPs, anesthesia, and surgery facility staff under the direction of physician, related to patient care peri-operatively. Correspond and document all activity related to same.
Keep updated information for flow of pre-surgery information for continuity of care (ie next triage nurse) in surgical book planner.

OTHER FUNCTIONS:

Assist staff nurse/MA with rooming patients prior to exam by physician as needed. Record a brief history from patient.
Assist with all functions in the clinical area related to patient care as needed by the staff nurse/MA/physicians.
Apply splints under the direction of the physician as needed.
Provide input/updates for clinical staff meetings related to position responsibilities
Other duties as assigned.

POSITION REQUIREMENTS:
Current, active RN licensure in the State of Ohio.
Current CPR certification.
Attention to detail for accuracy.
Ability to accurately manage several tasks at one time.
Flexibility to adapt to different approaches to similar tasks.
Excellent customer service skills.
Teamwork skills.

PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS:
Long periods of sitting, standing and walking briskly.
Full body range of motion including standing, walking, sitting, bending, climbing
stairs, frequent changes in position, lifting/carrying items weighing up to 50#’s.
Ability to lift and transfer patients.
Ability to work under stress.
Corrected vision and hearing to normal range.
Ability to speak clearly, write legibly and communicate effectively.

Physician Employment Opportunities

Job Title: Orthopedic Physician Assistant (PA)
Summary of Duties: Physician assistants are licensed health care professionals trained in the same format, as are physicians. Their training is roughly two-thirds the length of medical school with 108 weeks of general primary care education. The average physician assistant has a bachelor’s degree and four and a half years of health care experience prior to entering a PA program.
Supervision Received: Reports to supervising physician and Practice Administrator
Essential Functions: Works both autonomously and collaboratively in providing care to the physician’s patients:
1. Performing comprehensive and problem focused history and physical exams, interpret and correlate laboratory and diagnostic procedures. Interpret and correlate subjective and objective data to formulate a differential diagnose and establish a working diagnosis. Formulate a treatment plan for orthopedic problems within scope of practice. Implement therapeutic intervention for specific conditions when appropriate. Exercise judgment on problems requiring consultation, referral, or evaluation by the supervising orthopedic surgeon or other health care professionals.
2. Order, collect, and perform appropriate laboratory or diagnostic procedures, and studies including but not limited to blood and tissue specimens. Ordering or performing diagnostic studies such as but not limited to EMG, electrocardiogram, compartment pressure measurements, and x-ray examinations including special x-ray examinations CT, MRI, and bone scans etc.
3. Performing procedures such as but not limited to, digital blocks, regional anesthesia, and minor outpatient surgical procedures such as but not limited to: tendon repair, wound closure, wound management, wound debridement, incision and drainage, needle biopsy, percutaneous pinning of fractures, k-wire removal and hardware removal.
4. Perform diagnostic and therapeutic procedures including but not limited to joint and bursa aspirations, closed reduction of fractures and dislocations, injections of joints, tendons, trigger points and bursa, as well as brace, cast and splint applications.
5. Assist in surgery to include but not limited to first assist, deep and superficial tissue closures, application of appliances and any other action delegated by the surgeon. Conduct hospital rounds, write orders, and take backup call for the orthopedic surgeon. Evaluate and clarify clinical conditions, formulate and implement a treatment or therapeutic plan for hospitalized patients, dictate discharge summaries, histories and physicals.
6. Order, prescribe, dispense, and administer medication, orthosis, orthotics, braces and other orthopedic devices as allowed by Ohio legislation.

7. Evaluate, screen and council patient on health maintenance and promote utilization of community resources. Design, conduct and/or participate in research studies, manage databases, and perform quality assurance.
Education: Graduation from an Ohio accredited physician assistant program; current Ohio PA license required; BLS/CPR certified preferred.
Skills/Experience:
1. Knowledge of health sciences, including anatomy, physiology, biochemistry, pathophysiology, pharmacology, and microbiology.
2. Knowledge of the various fields of specialized medicine including internal medicine, general surgery, surgical subspecialties, obstetrics and gynecology, dermatology, emergency medicine, and psychiatry; with in-depth knowledge of orthopedics.
3. Knowledge of laboratory medicine.
4. Knowledge of patient history and physical examination methods.
5. Knowledge of clinical medical procedures.
6. Knowledge of patient rights and ethical professional practices.

7. Skill in performing physical examinations, and routine clinical and emergency procedures.
8. Skill in utilizing appropriate laboratory techniques.
9. Ability to develop a therapeutic relationship with patients.
10. Ability to relate and interpret medical data.
11. Ability to identify normal and abnormal findings and initiate appropriate follow-up.
12. Ability to serve as a member of a team.
13. Ability to provide direction and leadership to others.
14. Ability to maintain records, and prepare reports and correspondence related to the work.
15. Ability to communicate effectively with others.
16. Ability to maintain favorable public relations.
Environmental/Working Conditions: Ability to work in an environment with exposure to potentially dangerous/infectious materials and situations that require following extensive safety precautions that may include the use of personal protective equipment (PPE). Occasional overtime may be required and/or hours may be shortened as business needs dictate.

Southeastern Med, located in Cambridge, Ohio, is currently seeking a full-time, highly-qualified, board certified or board eligible Pediatrician to join our medical staff and become an active part of our community. The practice will be in an independent setting but part of a larger employed physician group. Enjoy the support of administration and medical center that consistently invests in cutting-edge equipment and technology allowing you to provide the finest, quality care to your patients. All offices are equipped with electronic medical records. This opportunity comes with a guaranteed base salary with RVU bonus plan, relocation assistance, paid vacation and a comprehensive benefits package, including health, life and disability insurance, as well as paid malpractice insurance. It also has the potential for student loan assistance. Send questions and CV’s to Steven Brooks at smbrooks@seormc.org.