The attached resume contains a complete look at my experience and training but here is a brief look at what I have to offer your facility. I have an associate degree with courses that centered on office procedures, medical terminology, HIPAA and a variety of computer programs such as word processing, spreadsheets and database programs. My training has taught me how to file, update and maintain accurate records in addition to acquiring the necessary information from patients such as medical history and insurance coverage.
I completed a program in medical billing and coding and have worked in a medical office for four years. I understand how to schedule appointments and how to use the electronic medical records software that is common in many offices.
I greet patients as soon as they arrive in the office, treating everyone with courtesy and respect. I take down patient information and answer any questions they might have. I have great telephone answering skills and understand how to schedule appointments.
I verify insurance coverage prior to appointments and let patients know if their coverage has lapsed.
I collect copay payments prior to appointments and help patients schedule their next appointments. I would be a good choice for a new medical receptionist at your practice. I get along well with others and take direction well.
I hope to hear from you soon so we can schedule an interview date and time. Crafting a cover letter that catches the attention of hiring managers is paramount to getting the job, and LiveCareer is here to help you stand out from the competition.The medical receptionist is also supposed to be able to multitask, as there is a lot to do in a doctor’s office and work in a very fast-paced and stressful environment.
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Charles Clinton Carriage Lane Trenton, NJ Home: Cell: Email: [email protected] Objective Seeking a Medical Coder position in a clinic/hospital where I can utilize my extensive computer and medical apparel knowledge and strong organizational abilities.
Thomas Riddle Park St. Phoenix, Arizona Home: Cell: Email: [email protected] Objective To obtain a challenging position in a career oriented clinic or hospital utilizing my office and computer skills, and assist in efficient productive company operations.
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