JOB SUMMARY: The Certified Medical Assistant (CMA) will be responsible for assisting the provider in performing office examinations and procedures. Organizes and managers clinic patient flow. Gathers/documents patient screening data. Performs in-office diagnostic testing (e.g., Xray's, EKGs). Assists with patient and family education. Cleans rooms and instruments. Orders and distributes supplies. Schedule's appointments and testing, triages phone calls and emails, handles physician correspondence, and manages insurance referrals. The Certified Medical Assistant (CMA)'s position requires a highly organized individual who can safely manage more than one task at a time, move swiftly throughout the varied responsibilities, and work and interact as part of a team. The Certified Medical Assistant (CMA) is under the direct supervision of the Provider/Office Manager.
1. Customer Servicea) Uses current technology to pull patients expeditiously from waiting rooms to exam areas. b) Proactively communicates delays to patients. Regulates patient flow/check-in as per protocol. Assists and covers the front desk and phones as needed.c) Demonstrates professional behavior in all setting visible to patients and visitors.d) Proactively identifies patient/visitor needs and takes steps to assist.2. Planning and Managing Carea) Gathers screening and other data for the health care team.b) Demonstrates individual and team accountability by meeting basic patient/family needs: o Accompanies patients/families to exam rooms o Prepares patient for examination o Performs diagnostic testing (e.g., spirometry).c) Works with MD/provider to maintain efficient, effective clinic flow; checks schedules and organizes patient flow. Assist in patient call-backs and call-in prescriptions under direction of the physiciansd) Assists MD/provider with routine office proce
* Facilitates identification of resources to meet patient healthcare needs4. Continuous Learning* Participates in staff meetings.* Develops and achieves personal and professional goals.* Contributes to the achievement of VIP goals.* Participates in the quality improvement through data collection and documentation.5. Communication and Collaboration* Communicates and collaborates effectively with all members of the health care team.* Coordinate's patient care as directed by the MD/provider* Uses EHR effectively.* Personal behavior positively influences environment.* Receives feedback in a respectful and positive manner6. Triages patient/family calls; responds to phone/email patient messages. Responds to patient questions/concerns/problems. Refers to immediate supervisor, clinic staff or provider7. Regular and reliable attendance required8. All other duties as assigned
d) Assists MD/provider with routine office procedure o Pulls patient charts for labs, x-ray reports, consultation letters and other clinical informationo Assesses reason for visit along with documenting height, weight, temperature, and vital signse) Fulfills clerical responsibilitieso Maintains patient charts and other care documentso Prepares diagnostic testing requisitionso Sends/receives and accurately routes referral and precertification informationo Schedule's appointmentso Handles physician correspondencef) Communicates patient needs to MD/provider through accurate use of electronic health record task system.g) Ensures cleanliness of exam room equipment, instruments; and keeps exam rooms adequately stocked. Restocks supplies as needed. Maintains an organized laboratory (inventory of medical supplies and vaccines)h) Complies with all OSHA regulations and assists in maintaining regulatory compliance3. Patient/Family Education* Distributes patient family education mat
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