Barnabas Health Medical Group is a multispecialty group practice comprised of highly trained and experienced world class primary and specialty care physicians. Barnabas Health Medical Group physicians provide compassionate and innovative cutting-edge care for people at every stage of life at easily accessible facilities conveniently located throughout New Jersey. Backed by the vast continuum of resources of Barnabas Health, the largest not-for-profit integrated health care delivery system in New Jersey and one of the largest in the nation, our dedicated physicians and expertly trained supporting staff continuously strive for clinical excellence.
Job Specific Requirements
Check office and prepare for closing.
Creates and maintains patients' information on medical charts/records and in the computer system, updating patient information, pulling charts/files, attaching reports and places on physician's desk (or other designated area. Files charts and records and maintains a file system necessary for proper organization of work.
Escort patients to the examination room as needed.
Greets patients and visitors in a courteous and friendly manner.
Handles patient's requests for medical information, copies of medical records, refills, test results, etc. as instructed by the physician with signature, obtains patient release forms in accordance with patient confidentiality and medical record release policies. File copy in the chart and mail original.
Maintain daily schedule for physicians and print out daily. Run patient lists for the night. Prepare charts for next day.
Performs billing and bookkeeping functions including collecting cash payments, posting and balancing daily sheets of transactions, bank deposits. Prepare past due bill report for collections.
Records daily office charges, hospital charges, receipts and total number of patients seen. Keeps alert of any credit problems.
Report any equipment problems or patient complaints to Office Manager.
Screen calls; perform appointment scheduling and registration for patients as well as updating demographic information.
Follows up on all appointment no shows.
Sorts and distributes mail and processes forms sent to the office; pulls patient charts and attaches reports, places on physicians' desk (or other designated area). Gives all bills and other mail to Office Manager.
Stock supplies at front desk. Order insurance forms as needed.
Types miscellaneous letters, memos, correspondence, forms, and reports. Performs miscellaneous office and clerical work, sends out faxes as necessary.
Verifies insurance information. Obtains signature and copies of insurance cards. Receives and records patients' co-payments for the visit. Completes referrals forms and obtains precertification/authorizations when required.
Possession of a high school diploma or equivalent (GED). Six (6) months to one (1) year of relevant experience and/or training, or equivalent combination of education and experience. Previous medical receptionist experience or background in general office work preferred. Individual is expected to attend some classes that educate and improve medical service skills. Insurance Certificates. Good English, Spanish a plus.
We offer excellent employer-provided benefits which include: competitive compensation, comprehensive medical/dental benefits, employer-matched 401(k) savings plan, Flexible Spending Plans, PTO program, tuition reimbursement and so much more...
Welcome to Barnabas Health, New Jersey’s largest integrated health care delivery system. It includes Clara Maass Medical Center in Belleville; Community Medi...cal Center in Toms River; Kimball Medical Center in Lakewood; Monmouth Medical Center in Long Branch; Newark Beth Israel Medical Center in Newark; Barnabas Health Behavioral Health Center in Toms River; and Saint Barnabas Medical Center in Livingston. The System also includes the Barnabas Health Outpatient Centers with the Barnabas Health Ambulatory Care Center in Livingston and the Saint Barnabas Family Imaging and Breast Center in Bedminster; ambulatory care facilities, geriatric centers, a state-wide behavioral health network and comprehensive home care and hospice programs.Barnabas Health's 19,600 employees (second largest private employer in the state) and 4,750 physicians (one-fourth of N.J. practicing physicians), and 450 residents provide treatment and services for more than 225,000 inpatients and same day surgery patients, 451,000 Emergency Department patients and over 1.5 million outpatients each year, and deliver more than 17,500 babies annually.Among our nationally recognized services and facilities are New Jersey’s only certified burn treatment facility; world-class cardiac surgery services for adults and pediatrics; the state’s oldest, most experienced center for heart transplants, ranked in top 10 by volume in the nation; New Jersey’s only lung transplant program; two kidney transplant centers which are among the largest in the nation with 35 years of experience; six certified chest pain centers by the American Society of Chest Pain Centers; three Joint Commission-accredited Primary Stroke Centers, one Comprehensive state-accredited Stroke Center, and three state-accredited Primary Stroke Centers.Our renowned services also include the most comprehensive robotic surgery service in the region with cardiothoracic surgery, general surgery, adult and pediatric urology, gynecology, and gynecologic oncology; a highly respected neurology and neurosurgery program; a widely recognized reproductive medicine and science program; nationally recognized geriatric services; comprehensive cancer services, providing patients with state-of-the-art technology and cutting-edge treatment options through participation in clinical research trials; three Valerie Fund Children’s Centers for Cancer and Blood Disorders; renowned women’s and children’s services, including Children's Hospital of New Jersey at Newark Beth Israel Medical Center and The Children’s Hospital at Monmouth Medical Center; and New Jersey’s only neonatal ECMO program for life-support.Throughout Barnabas Health, our dedicated physicians, nurses and health professionals are committed to providing the highest quality of patient care and health education to the community and the region.