Patient Services Associate
Posted on: June 6, 2021
Mednax Services, Inc. is a national medical group. Over the last
40 years, through our network of over 3,500 clinicians in 39 states
and Puerto Rico, we have reshaped care delivery within women's and
children's specialties and subspecialties. Our clinical teams care
for the unique population of high-risk pregnancies and critically
ill infants and children in both hospital and ambulatory clinical
settings. Over the years, clinicians practicing as part of
Pediatrix and Obstetrix Medical Groups have used evidence-based
tools, continuous quality initiatives, clinical research, and
telemedicine to enhance patient experience, outcomes and provide
high-quality, cost-effective patient care. Our nationwide team of
almost 8,000 employees, including physicians, advanced
practitioners, clinical leaders, business and operational experts
who work together every day to fulfill our mission to take great
care of the patient. We invite you to join the Mednax family and
help shape the future of health care.
The Patient Service Associate is responsible to ensure smooth
clinic, patient and billing flow by greeting and directing patients
to their various appointments, preparing the daily clinic schedule
and updating the physicians' schedules, maintaining patient files
and records, interfacing with the different corporate departments
and by receiving and directly patient questions to appropriate
people. Works as a team member to facilitate patient care and
optimize the revenue.
Part Time position
Handle high volume incoming calls.
Review the charts and insurance referrals/authorizations and
taking appropriate action to assure proper maximal
To assist the physicians and/or administrators in all business
and patient care responsibilities.
Coordinates office communication flow.
Communicates effectively and courteously with and demonstrates a
caring attitude toward patients and their families.
Greet, direct and assist large numbers of visitors and refers
visitors to various areas.
Ensure all patient demographic and insurance information.
Answer telephones using correct telephone etiquette at all
times, recording legible and complete messages, handling questions,
transferring incoming calls appropriately, contacting physicians,
insurance companies, hospitals, diagnostic facilities, billing
departments, etc as necessary.
Review patient intake information to verify insurance
Verify patient insurance information, call for insurance
authorization, patient address, telephone, etc
Responsible for scheduling new and follow up appointments
including patient testing.
Acts in a non-directive, non-judgmental manner, recognizing an
individual's religious, ethical and moral opinions and beliefs.
Brings new ideas, positive attitude and lots of energy.
Responsible for maintaining and recording patient schedule.
Identify and collect co-pays, deductibles and other
Reconcile patient payments on a daily basis received to cash box
and receipt journal.
Prepare billing sheets.
Review all billings sheets to ensure they contain necessary
information needed to create a claim such as physician name and
number, patient name and number, insurance code, referring
physician and code, etc
Direct billing inquiries to appropriate Regional Office.
Ensure the clinical staff submits all outpatient billing sheets
Maintains patient confidentiality.
Patient chart management, preparation, maintenance, filing,
copying, requesting records, etc
Provides assistance to other team members when needed.
Performs other duties as assigned.
Assures all charge tickets are accounted for and checked off
against patient sign in sheet and schedule for optimal
Displays exceptional customer service skills in responding to
all inquiries from patients, insurance carriers, outside agencies,
internal departments and coworkers.
Daily review of charts on patients who have appointments for the
following day to verify that all appropriate referral and
authorization information has been received.
Coordinate flow of insurance information with the clinic sites
and corporate office.
Data entry of registration.
Request insurance codes as needed.
Maintain audit logs of billings.
- Reception desk and telephones as needed.
High School diploma or equivalent required.
Three years recent experience in a related position in a medical
office experience preferred.
Ability to prioritize jobs duties and meet deadlines.
Ability to effectively work on many tasks at one time.
Have superior customer service and verbal and written
Strong computer knowledge; experience preferred.
Knowledge of common safety hazards and precautions to establish
a safe work environment.
Knowledge of medical terminology, obstetrical and/or perinatal
coding, office billing forms, insurance and government payer
regulations and other third party billing requirements
Must be able to work cooperatively in a team environment.
Ability to handle stressful situations.
Excellent organizational, time management, and attention to
- Must be able to travel to satellite office during the week.
Mileage is reimbursable.
MEDNAX IS AN Equal Opportunity Employer
All qualified applicants will receive consideration for
employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual
orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability or
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