Company Name: HealthPro Medical Billing
City Where Job is Available: Lima, OH
Deadline for Application: October 4, 2020
Job Description:

As a Medical Billing Support Specialist, you run reports, analyze and trend coding data, enter KPI and productivity numbers, perform raw data checks, and sort and mail denials. You request information from facilities to support documentation, run reconciliation sources for audits, and document retrieval of revenue cycle and contract coding audit lists. You track coding education units and validate coder credentials and update spreadsheets. You will assist with the annual coding seminar and updating the timeclock scheduler.

Qualifications:

Ability to run reports and analyze and trend data
Proficient keyboard and 10-key skills
Working knowledge of Microsoft Word, Excel, and Outlook
Attention to detail, accurate, and strong organizational skills
Excellent time management skills
Adaptability to learn new software systems
Self-motivated with the ability to work independently or as a team
Ability to perform in a fast pace environment and produce quality work
Previous experience in a professional office environment
Certification or associate degree in a related area of study preferred OR a minimum of 2 years medical billing and/or coding experience

Preferred Contact Method: Website
Company Name: HealthPro Medical Billing
City Where Job is Available: Lima, OH
Deadline for Application: October 4, 2020
Job Description:

As a Call Center Department Manager, you manage the company’s patient account services functions including vision, goals, strategic planning, and infrastructure. You also develop, implement, and measure strategies and initiatives. You supervise and lead a team that responds to patient account inquiries, corresponds with insurance companies and other related parties, updates account information in the billing system, and assists with select billing functions. You assist the team in the daily functions as needed.

 

You monitor productivity and quality, provide training and education, audit core functions, and respond to daily inquiries that arise. You approve time records, complete employee evaluations, and conduct department meetings. You work closely with the Operations Director to ensure timely feedback, support of Operations and company initiatives, and ongoing process improvement. You establish workflows as well as relationships and quality management of the vendors that support the department.

Qualifications:

Understanding of explanation of benefits, the billing process, and terminology
Excellent time management skills and organizational skills
Ability to multi-task and perform in a fast pace environment
Self-motivated with the ability to lead and work with a team
Excellent written and oral communication skills
Experience in Microsoft Word, Excel, and Outlook

 

Degree in business, communications, and/or healthcare-related areas of study is preferred. Three to five years of industry-related work experience required. Supervisory and/or management experience required. Equivalent combinations of work experience and education will be considered. Working knowledge of Microsoft Word, Excel, and Outlook is required.

Preferred Contact Method: Website
Company Name: Health Partners of Western Ohio
City Where Job is Available: Kenton, OH
Deadline for Application: October 11, 2020
Job Description:

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
Embraces an active and healthy lifestyle including smoke-free living, stress reduction, exercise, work/life balance and healthy dietary choices.
Participates in and promotes health and wellness activities within the organization.
Supports a patient-centered healthcare home where the patient-provider relationship is encouraged, with an emphasis on coordination of care and the establishment of a long-term healing relationship.
Supports open patient access to and coordination of care that is supported by information technology.
Promotes effective and appropriate use of integrated health services at HPWO as part of a “Patient Centered Medical Home” (PCMH) model of care.
Assists with direct patient care procedures and related tasks; assists in obtaining patient histories, takes vital signs, prepares charts, and assists with medical examinations.
Performs routine specialized procedures, such as HIV screenings, fluoride varnish application and sterile dressing changes under established protocols.
Completes patient health screenings including hearing, vision, and all CLIA waived testing.
Maintains stock of medical supplies as necessary.
Educates and advises patients on specified medical issues within established parameters.
Schedules and monitors patient appointments; may coordinate routine office activities and administrative functions in support of unit activities.
Practices safety, environmental, and/or infection control methods.
May recruit patients for studies and may participate in outreach clinical activities as required.
Performs patient education and discharge instructions.
Completes referrals and schedules tests for patients.
Performs miscellaneous job-related duties as assigned.

Qualifications:

QUALIFICATIONS:
Medical assistant or equivalent clinical training.
At least 1 year of directly related experience preferred.
Ability to perform standard clinical procedures according to established protocols.
Ability to perform routine invasive procedures, such as HIV testing, in accordance with established clinical protocol.
Knowledge of patient evaluation and triage procedures.
Ability to maintain quality, safety, and/or infection control standards.
Knowledge of inventory management practices.
Ability to maintain calendars and schedule appointments.
Ability to educate patients and/or families as to the nature of disease and to provide instruction on proper care and treatment.
Knowledge of patient care charts and patient histories.
Knowledge of outpatient clinical administrative procedures.
Knowledge of related accreditation and certification requirements.

Preferred Contact Method: Website
Company Name: Health Partners of Western Ohio
City Where Job is Available: Kenton, OH
Deadline for Application: October 11, 2020
Job Description:

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
Embraces an active and healthy lifestyle including smoke-free living, stress reduction, exercise, work/life balance and healthy dietary choices.
Participates in and promotes health and wellness activities within the organization.
Supports a patient-centered healthcare home where the patient-provider relationship is encouraged, with an emphasis on coordination of care and the establishment of a long-term healing relationship.
Supports open patient access to and coordination of care that is supported by information technology.
Promotes effective and appropriate use of integrated health services at HPWO as part of a “Patient Centered Medical Home” (PCMH) model of care.
Assists with direct patient care procedures and related tasks; assists in obtaining patient histories, takes vital signs, prepares charts, and assists with medical examinations.
Performs routine specialized procedures, such as HIV screenings, fluoride varnish application and sterile dressing changes under established protocols.
Completes patient health screenings including hearing, vision, and all CLIA waived testing.
Maintains stock of medical supplies as necessary.
Educates and advises patients on specified medical issues within established parameters.
Schedules and monitors patient appointments; may coordinate routine office activities and administrative functions in support of unit activities.
Practices safety, environmental, and/or infection control methods.
May recruit patients for studies and may participate in outreach clinical activities as required.
Performs patient education and discharge instructions.
Completes referrals and schedules tests for patients.
Performs miscellaneous job-related duties as assigned.

Qualifications:

QUALIFICATIONS:
Medical assistant or equivalent clinical training.
At least 1 year of directly related experience preferred.
Ability to perform standard clinical procedures according to established protocols.
Ability to perform routine invasive procedures, such as HIV testing, in accordance with established clinical protocol.
Knowledge of patient evaluation and triage procedures.
Ability to maintain quality, safety, and/or infection control standards.
Knowledge of inventory management practices.
Ability to maintain calendars and schedule appointments.
Ability to educate patients and/or families as to the nature of disease and to provide instruction on proper care and treatment.
Knowledge of patient care charts and patient histories.
Knowledge of outpatient clinical administrative procedures.
Knowledge of related accreditation and certification requirements.

Preferred Contact Method: Website
Company Name: Health Partners of Western Ohio
City Where Job is Available: Kenton, OH
Deadline for Application: October 11, 2020
Job Description:

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
Promotes effective and appropriate use of integrated health services at HPWO as part of a “Patient Centered Medical Home” (PCMH) model of care.
Performs client assessment utilizing the nursing process.
Documents all nursing care provided according to policy.
Formulates plan of care for clients under direction from providers.
Obtains referrals from other physicians and specialists.
Administers medications as prescribed by the provider.
Performs treatments, procedures as prescribed by the provider.
Performs clinic and outreach related tasks.
Completes patient health screenings including hearing, vision, and all CLIA waived testing.
Maintains stocks of medicines and medical supplies as necessary.
Educates and advises patients on specified medical issues within established parameters.
Performs patient education and discharge instructions.
Completes referrals and schedules tests for patients.

Qualifications:

QUALIFICATIONS:
Graduate of a school of nursing accredited by National League of Nursing.
Current license to practice as a Licensed Practical Nurse in the State of Ohio.
One to three years full-time experience in nursing practice is preferred.
Ability to work as a team member.
Computer experience desirable.
Ability to work with a culturally diverse group of people.

Preferred Contact Method: Website
Company Name: Health Partners of Western Ohio
Deadline for Application: October 11, 2020
Job Description:

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
Promotes effective and appropriate use of integrated health services at HPWO as part of a “Patient Centered Medical Home” (PCMH) model of care.
Assists with direct patient care procedures and related tasks; assists in obtaining patient histories, takes vital signs, prepares charts, and assists with medical examinations.
Performs routine specialized procedures, such as HIV screenings, fluoride varnish application and sterile dressing changes under established protocols.
Completes patient health screenings including hearing, vision, and all CLIA waived testing.
Maintains stock of medical supplies as necessary.
Educates and advises patients on specified medical issues within established parameters.
Schedules and monitors patient appointments; may coordinate routine office activities and administrative functions in support of unit activities.
Practices safety, environmental, and/or infection control methods.
May recruit patients for studies and may participate in outreach clinical activities as required.
Performs patient education and discharge instructions.
Completes referrals and schedules tests for patients.

Qualifications:

QUALIFICATIONS:
Medical assistant or equivalent clinical training.
Pediatric experience preferred.
Ability to perform standard clinical procedures according to established protocols.
Ability to perform routine invasive procedures, such as HIV testing, in accordance with established clinical protocol.
Knowledge of patient evaluation and triage procedures.
Ability to work with a culturally diverse group of people.

Preferred Contact Method: Website
Company Name: Health Partners of Western Ohio
City Where Job is Available: Lima, OH
Deadline for Application: October 11, 2020
Job Description:

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
Embraces an active and healthy lifestyle including smoke-free living, stress reduction, exercise, work/life balance and healthy dietary choices.
Participates in and promotes health and wellness activities within the organization.
Supports a patient-centered healthcare home where the patient-provider relationship is encouraged, with an emphasis on coordination of care and the establishment of a long-term healing relationship.
Supports open patient access to and coordination of care that is supported by information technology.
Promotes effective and appropriate use of integrated health services at HPWO as part of a “Patient Centered Medical Home” (PCMH) model of care.
Assists with direct patient care procedures and related tasks; assists in obtaining patient histories, takes vital signs, prepares charts, and assists with medical examinations.
Performs routine specialized procedures, such as HIV screenings, fluoride varnish application and sterile dressing changes under established protocols.
Completes patient health screenings including hearing, vision, and all CLIA waived testing.
Maintains stock of medical supplies as necessary.
Educates and advises patients on specified medical issues within established parameters.
Schedules and monitors patient appointments; may coordinate routine office activities and administrative functions in support of unit activities.
Practices safety, environmental, and/or infection control methods.
May recruit patients for studies and may participate in outreach clinical activities as required.
Performs patient education and discharge instructions.
Completes referrals and schedules tests for patients.
Performs miscellaneous job-related duties as assigned.

Qualifications:

QUALIFICATIONS:
Medical assistant or equivalent clinical training.
At least 1 year of directly related experience preferred.
Ability to perform standard clinical procedures according to established protocols.
Ability to perform routine invasive procedures, such as HIV testing, in accordance with established clinical protocol.
Knowledge of patient evaluation and triage procedures.
Ability to maintain quality, safety, and/or infection control standards.
Knowledge of inventory management practices.
Ability to maintain calendars and schedule appointments.
Ability to educate patients and/or families as to the nature of disease and to provide instruction on proper care and treatment.
Knowledge of patient care charts and patient histories.
Knowledge of outpatient clinical administrative procedures.
Knowledge of related accreditation and certification requirements.

Preferred Contact Method: Website
Company Name: Health Partners of Western Ohio
City Where Job is Available: Lima, OH
Deadline for Application: October 11, 2020
Job Description:

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
Promotes effective and appropriate use of integrated health services at HPWO as part of a “Patient Centered Medical Home” (PCMH) model of care.
Prepares operatory for patient treatment with guidance from Dentist.
Disinfects and sterilizes operatory after patient treatment is completed.
Assists with direct patient care procedures and related tasks; checks in patients, assists in obtaining patient histories, takes oral x-rays, prepares charts, and assists with dental examinations.
Assists dentist with routine specialized procedures under established protocols.
Maintains stocks of medicines and dental supplies as necessary.
Assists receptionist(s) with front office duties as necessary.
Educates and advises patients on specified dental issues within established parameters.
Sterilizes instruments according to procedure.
Performs control procedures on all equipment to insure equipment is functioning properly..
Schedules and monitors patient appointments; may coordinate routine office activities and administrative functions in support of unit activities.

Qualifications:

QUALIFICATIONS:
Dental assistant or equivalent clinical training; Willing to train, no experience required.
Current State of Ohio Dental Radiology Certification
Ability to maintain quality, safety, and/or infection control standards.
Ability to educate patients and/or families as to the nature of disease and to provide instruction on proper care and treatment.
Knowledge of related accreditation and certification requirements.
Computer experience desirable.
Ability to work with a culturally diverse group of people.

Preferred Contact Method: Website
Company Name: Fishbaugh Family Eyecare
City Where Job is Available: Lima, OH
Deadline for Application: September 18, 2020
Job Description:

Prepare patients for eye examinations.

 

Perform any special testing ordered by the physician.

Contact lens classes and dispenses.

Verify patient information by reviewing and/or recording medical history, review of systems, and visual acuities.

Monitor, maintain, and stock exam rooms.

Confirm patient upcoming appointments.

Pull charts for examinations.

Basic office duties such as scanning, filing, chart prepping.

Appointment scheduling.

Prepare patients for eye examinations.

Accompany doctor to other locations as needed.

Help in dispensary with glasses adjustments and dispenses when needed.

Candidate will also be cross trained in other areas of the office to help assist staff when needed.

Contact Email: [email protected]
Qualifications:

Excellent customer service skills

 

Experience with EHR (we use Officemate and Eyefinity)

Excellent attention to detail

Efficient typing speed

Preferred Contact Method: Email, Bring resume in Person