medical office

EMS Management & Consultants | Entry Level Medical Billing Specialist


Job Summary
Maximize client reimbursement through accurate and timely entry and processing of ambulance call reports (ACR’s) in accordance with client, company, and compliance standards.

Major Responsibilities/Activities

  • Using various defined resources along with sound judgment and critical thinking, enter direct and interpreted data from ACR’s into billing software, ensuring adherence to client, company, and compliance standards

  • Provide proactive and routine feedback to Revenue Cycle Manager regarding any deficiencies, variances, and/or other issues identified during the billing process, including variances with incoming inventory

  • Process all assigned pending and rejected claims in a timely and accurate manner

  • Exhibit strong customer service skills to build and maintain internal relationships in order to best address client needs

  • Meet or exceed contracted client SLAs concerning billing turn-around-times and compliance standards on a consistent basis

  • Conduct all job tasks, duties, and interactions with professionalism, respect, a positive attitude, and in accordance with company compliance policies and applicable government regulations

  • Consistently support and demonstrate the company mission and values

Other Responsibilities/Activities

  • Perform other necessary tasks as assigned

  • Involvement in special projects or meetings as directed

  • Provide backup assistance to other team Coding Specialists and Revenue Cycle Specialists as needed

Required Education, Skills, & Experience

  • High School Diploma

  • Strong comfort level learning new computer programs and software at a rapid pace

  • Self-motivated, goal-oriented, and takes ownership of work

  • Ability to effectively apply sound judgment and critical thinking in order to properly navigate through ambiguous scenarios

  • Ability to learn, understand, and work within specific client requirements

  • Ability to learn, understand, and apply applicable HIPAA, Medicare, Medicaid, insurance, and liability regulations/guidelines

  • Willing and able to adapt to changes in work environment, procedures, priorities, and job duties

  • Willing and able to receive positive and negative feedback and apply it to the work environment in an appropriate and effective manner

  • Strong internal customer service skills

  • Good verbal and written communication skills

  • Positive interpersonal skills with the ability to function well within a cross-functional team setting and independently

  • Detail-oriented with a strong desire for accuracy

  • Strong, accurate data entry skills

Performance Success Factors
Maintain or exceed specified performance standards for each client, to include but not limited to Contracted Service Level Agreements, A/R Aging, Net Collection Percentages, and Average Cash per Trip

Physical Environment

  • General office environment

  • Typing/entering data almost continuously

  • Sitting for long periods of time, some standing, some light lifting

  • Use of basic office equipment such as fax, printer, copier, telephone

Cranial Technologies | Baby Imaging Specialist


We’re looking for an individual who is enthusiastic, loves providing outstanding customer service, is tech savvy, and most importantly, loves babies! Several of our successful Baby Imaging Specialists have come from child care environments (i.e., daycare, nanny, etc.), educational backgrounds (i.e., teacher, preschool, etc.), and high-end retail settings.

We will train you on the things unique to CranialTech if you bring your problem-solving skills and “can do” attitude.

At Cranial Technologies we’re not just reshaping heads, we’re reshaping lives. Our number one priority is our patients and their families. Families choose us because of the different kind of healthcare experience we offer through exceptional customer service, superior outcomes using the DOC Band® and a passion for the babies we treat.

How you make an impact:

  • Provide outstanding customer service to all of our patients (the babies!)

  • Work as a team to complete a DSi® (3D image of the infant’s head used to create the DOC Band) for each baby

  • Point person to calibrate, operate and ensure optimal performance of imaging equipment (DSi system)

  • Schedule new patient and follow-up appointments into Intergy (Practice Management Software)

  • Obtain, enter and process patient information in Intergy

  • Medical office duties to include answering phones, clean patient rooms and room patients

Job Qualifications

How you show us what you’ve got:

  • Experience in one of the following: caring for or working with infants/children, high-end retail, customer service, and/or teaching

  • Energetic and enthusiastic personality is a MUST

  • Ability to learn new things quickly and apply them in a fast paced, ever-evolving environment

  • Capability to juggle many duties while keeping the patient experience the top priority

Physical Requirements:

  • Must be able to squat and bend

  • Must be able to lift at least 30 lbs.

  • Must be able to position and handle patient to ensure DSi® images are captured

  • Must be able move at a fast pace

Benefits Package for Cranial Technologies:

  • Medical and Dental Insurance

  • 401k Retirement Plan with a Matching Program

  • 3.5 Weeks Paid Time Off

  • Life Insurance

  • Short/Long Term Disability Insurance

***ALERT - Due to the volume of candidates, we are not able to follow up with you about the status of your application. You should expect to receive a confirmation email stating your application has been submitted. You will receive follow-up about the position via email or phone call. Please no phone calls regarding the position. Thank you!

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Speechcenter, Inc. | PT Medical Office Assistant


A busy health care practice is seeking a Part-Time Office Assistant, with experienced office skills, an upbeat personality and a keen ability to learn new things. The right candidate must be a genuinely engaging people-person with a true passion for helping others, no matter how big or small the task.

This position requires a candidate that will THRIVE in action. Seriously - we are busy! You will be, too --- this job isn't for the faint of heart! The candidate will need the ability to multi-task, prioritize, pleasantly adapt to frequent interruptions, and maintain a positive perspective for even the most mundane of tasks.

Position: Office Assistant

Schedule: Part-time Only, (Avg. 21-24 hours per week)

Start Date: Immediately

Location: Winston Salem, NC

Wages: Competitive, commensurate with administrative/technology experience and expertise (up to $16.00 per hour)

How to Apply: No phone calls or in-person appointments. Please see instructions below.

Work Schedule Options:

A) Monday - Friday, 12pm - 5pm

B) Monday, Wednesday, Friday, 8am - 5pm, with an hour off for lunch OR

C) Wednesday, Thursday 8am - 5pm, with an hour off for lunch and Friday 12pm - 5pm


  • Three years’ experience in a busy office setting with glowing professional references.

  • Excellent technology skills a must! Intermediate to advanced level: MS Office, Word, Excel, Access-user, Outlook & Adobe.

  • Ability to communicate effectively. Professional grammar use in both written and spoken communication.

  • Professional demeanor, phone voice and manner. Neat, clean, conservative and a smile in your voice every time you greet our patients or answer our phones.

Skills, Passions and Talents:

  • High achievers, very hard worker, excellent work ethic. This is 'employment', therefore you must work when you are here! On time, every day, ready to work, happy to be here!

  • Team player with a desire to serve others.

  • Pleasant demeanor: the purpose of this position is to assist other employees and our professional staff - thus a servant heart and ready smile are a must!

  • Ability to multi-task. Critical thinking skills, ability to project and anticipate, apply cumulative learning and make recommendations for increased efficiencies.

  • Willingness to wrestle standard office equipment - cranky copiers/printers/faxes, telephone systems, security systems and arrange appropriate intervention with vendors when necessary.

We Offer:

  • An excellent working environment filled with other high achievers - seriously, we mean business and expect to be the BEST at what we do every single day!

  • Working with a team of energetic employees committed to the mission of our practice - we take our work seriously and try to have fun at the same time!

  • Over-the-top appreciation and gratitude for a job well done!

How to Apply:

Does this sound like your dream job? We're looking for an AMAZING administrative guru who wants to apply their trade in a long-standing, reputable healthcare practice.

Interested, QUALIFIED candidates, please apply and submit via Indeed only:

1. Cover letter of introduction and interest
2. Resume
3. Compensation requirements in response to this posting via email
4. References from a former or current employer

Responses will be provided in a timely manner and potential candidates will be contacted promptly for a confidential screening interview. Your resume and cover letter must document all required criteria in order to receive a return response. Documents submitted that appear unprofessional in nature will not receive a response. Please proof carefully.

Job Type: Part-time

Salary: $12.00 to $16.00 /hour


  • Microsoft Office Suite, Excel, Word, Outlook: 3 years (Required)

  • medical office: 3 years (Required)

Work Location:

  • One location

Typical start time:

  • 8AM

Typical end time:

  • 5PM


  • Medical

Ergonomic Workspace:

  • Yes

Team Environment:

  • Working alone and with a team


  • No weekends