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Medical Office Manager 

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Seeking a Medical Office Manager for our Pediatric Office in Orangeburg, NY.  The salary of this position will be approx. $55,000-$60,000 annual.

Organizational Duties and Responsibilities

  • Performs duties to support the goals and objectives of Boston Children’s Health Physicians in its efforts to provide quality service and patient satisfaction
  • Demonstrate continuing education by completing all required annual trainings, as stated in the Training Curriculum, including but not limited to care coordination, population health management and self-management support techniques.
  • Complete annual corporate compliance training
  • Understand and effectively communicate HIPAA compliance, corporate compliance and client confidentiality
  • Ensure and/or remain in compliance with local, state and federal regulation


Essential Tasks, Duties and Responsibilities

  • Be a liason between the office and other members of the medical neighborhood
  • Listen to the concerns of staff members, attempt to solve problems as they arise
  • Speak with staff members about disciplinary issues when necessary, elevate to physician partners or HR department when necessary
  • Hiring and termination within the practice
  • Coordinate all maintenance projects for the office, including for medical equipment
  • Schedule and attend monthly office medical home meetings
  • Schedule and attend bi-monthly mock codes within the office
  • Attend BCHP quarterly managers’ meetings
  • Serve as the primary administrative contact for the practice to BCHP leadership
  • Maintain knowledge of patient-centered medical home transition
  • Educate staff about patient-centered medical home transition
  • Complete reporting for PCMH transition
  • Support practice throughout entirety of PCMH transition
  • Be present at office throughout the day and after hours if an emergent situation arises Supervises, trains and directs other office staff; provides cross coverage as needed
  • Addresses scheduling and staffing matters to ensure adequate coverage at all times
  • Coordinates and/or distributes clinical and physician schedules
  • Responsible for the preparation and approval of weekly time sheets
  • Ensures processes are in place for the scheduling and pre-authorization of hospital or other outpatient procedures
  • Ensures a daily reconciliation of billing is completed in a timely manner; reviews the “missing charges report” and investigates any outstanding bills; conducts a root cause analysis to identify reasons for missed billing and takes appropriate corrective action with his/her superiors and physician leaders to address systemic issues.
  • Assists physicians with medical and fellowship appointments, calendars and arranging meetings
  • Ensure office supplies are maintained at acceptable levels.
  • Maintains and updates physician certificates and licenses, as necessary.
  • Mentors, trains and otherwise ensures that all staff members maintain excellent customer service skills at all times.
  • Mediates employee issues; serves as the primary liaison to the Human Resource Department for hires, terminations, discipline and other matters.
  • Maintains the strictest confidentiality of patient information and proprietary business matters.
  • Provide care in a patient-centered manner
  • Attend medical home meetings
  • Participate in pre-visit planning
  • Demonstrate excellence in both internal and external customer service
  • Ensure all medical billing is completed and tracked in accordance with established procedures
  • Ensure all co-payments and other point of service collections are processed and deposited to the bank account in accordance with established procedures
  • Other duties as assigned
Position Requirements
  • High school degree or equivalent required
  • Bachelor’s degree in health or human services or a related field or related experience preferred

Pediatric experience preferred

Location Orangetown Pediatrics  
Full-Time/Part-Time Full-Time  
Shift Days  
Exempt/Non-Exempt Exempt  
Req Number MED-20-00061  
Number of Openings 1  

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