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Medical Scribe

We are looking for an experienced Scribe to join our team!

Kanan Medical is a 6,000 square foot state of the art Multi-Specialty Medical Office with Primary Care, Dermatology and a full service Laboratory located in Altamonte Springs. We have PT/FT, three locations, and some shifts may be required at different locations.

We provide the best in first class medicine including internal medicine, family practice appointments, and medical, cosmetic, and surgical dermatology services. We also have women’s health, in-house procedures and labs, and a variety of other health maintenance services. Just under 5 years old, the practice has grown to over 14,000 active patients serving all Greater Orlando and the Seminole County region.

Kanan Medical has cultivated a warm, welcoming and enjoyable atmosphere for patients and staff alike by putting patient care and employee satisfaction as the highest priority and constant focus in the mission of the practice.

JOB OVERVIEW: Medical Scribes are individuals trained in medical documentation who assist physicians throughout their shift to increase efficiency and the productivity of the medical provider they are working for.

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS INCLUDE BUT ARE NOT LIMITED TO:

1. Assist with the preparation of encounter folders for your medical team.

2.Thoroughly and accurately record all elements of patient encounters, included but not limited to: history of present illness, review of systems, past medical history, satisfaction of Quality Measures, physical exam, and diagnostic findings.

3. Performs other clerical duties and tasks to improve provider productivity and clinic workflow as assigned. Scanning in any patient documentation directly into the patients chart.

4.Preparing the patient discharge instructions such as prescriptions, referrals letters and orders.

5.Inform billing department of additional services provided in the room that cost an additional charge for accurate collections at end of visit.

6.Oversight of clinical inboxes, review with providers and delegation of tasks.

7.Follow prescription refill procedures.

8.Following and facilitating the review of clinical diagnostics with provider and sending normal lab results to medical assistant or abnormal to admin team for scheduling.

9.Complete all charts by end of day to avoid billing delay.

10. Complies with medical facility policies, including those relating to HIPAA and OSHA.

ADDITIONAL RESPONSIBILITIES:

1.Must be able to recognize and respond appropriately to urgent/emergent situations per protocols.

2.Perform basic triage per specific office protocol procedures.

3.Adhere to employer work practices as described in Kanan Medical Policy and Handbook.

4.Follow HIPAA practices and maintain patient confidentially in and out of the office.

5.Maintain a professional appearance and conduct at all times.

6.Establish and maintain effective working relationships with physicians, staff and management.

7.Submit staff conflict or practice procedure issues through management.

8.Effectively cope with typical job stress.

9.Perform other duties as assigned.

Bilingual in Spanish and English a Plus

Office hours 7:30 AM – 4:00 PM

Altamonte MD 460 E. Altamonte Dr Ste 2200 Altamonte Springs, FL 32701

New Smyrna Beach MD 265 N Causeway Blvd New Smyrna Beach, FL 32169

Orange City MD 265 Rebecca Lane Suite A Orange City, FL 32763

Job Types: Full-time/ Weekends

Salary: Depends on Experience

Job Type: Full-time/Part-Time

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Kanan Medical

Serving Central Florida: Orange, Seminole and Volusia Counties.

Altamonte MD

460 E. Altamonte Dr. , Suite 2200
Altamonte Springs, FL 32701
*On the second floor of the Bank of America Building across from the Altamonte Mall

Get Directions

Phone: +1(407)767-0009

Orange City MD

2705 Rebecca Lane,
Orange City, FL 32763

Get Directions

Phone:+1(386)387-2204

NSB MD

265 N Causeway
New Smyrna Beach, FL 32169

Get Directions

Phone: +1(386)387-2202

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