Website Physician Life Care Planning, LLC
The Medical Records and Transcription Associates work as members of a production team who produces medically-related litigation support documents. In addition, they produce a summary of medical records and work with physicians, medical experts, and Transcriptionist/Scribes to create a comprehensive medical record summary.
Daily activities consist of working within the company’s Workflow and Information Management System (WIMS).
- Develop and maintain proficiency with the use of the company’s proprietary workflow and information management system
- Must be detail oriented and possess the ability to manage multiple tasks on a continuous basis
- Strong transcription skills and work well within teams
- Strong project management and organizational skills
- Produce record summaries from medical records
- Provide feedback regarding other Transcriptionist/Scribes to help improve their quality and accuracy
- Continuously improve the company’s organizational practices
- Proof and quality control qualitative sections of life care plans and other medically related litigation support documents
- Format and assure high-level professional aesthetics of the company’s products
- Other duties may be assigned as needed
- Availability to work a 5 day/40-hour work week of 8:30am – 5:30pm Monday – Friday
- Available to work overtime as needed
- Minimum two years college education
- Minimum two years in a medical setting
- Strong grammatical skills
- High level of proficiency with Microsoft Office (Word, Excel and Outlook), Adobe Reader and web-based systems
- Typing 50 WPM
- Four-year Bachelor’s Degree
- Medical Scribe background
- Biology/Anatomy and Physiology Degree
- General knowledge in human anatomy, physiology, major disease processes, pharmacology, and the metric system for purposes of: identifying specific clinical findings, supporting diagnoses, and substantiating listings and additional diagnoses in medical records
- Basic working knowledge of medical codes and descriptions, including ICD-10, and CPT and HCPS
The work environment is that of a professional office setting and its conditions are representative of those an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform essential functions. All staff members are expected to present a professional, businesslike image and use business-casual attire.
You must adhere to Federal HIPAA laws and regulations, and he/she must be willing to sign the company’s Confidentiality Agreement.
This is a remote position.
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