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Data Entry Office Specialist (23-016) High School diploma or equivalent – minimum of (6) months prior experience in a clinical environment working with electronic medical records preferred – (2) years’ experience using Microsoft Office software at an intermediate level.
The Data Entry Office Specialist will be responsible for data entry and data processing, discharge clients from the electronic health system and assist in completing a discharge process and ensuring signatures acquired. The specialist will file, scan, audit charts, prepare new charts, archive charts, and adhere to the record retention protocol, process release/consent to release of information requests, maintain strict confidentiality, and assist other team members and back up/coverage to the office specialist. Looking for a candidate who possesses excellent oral and written communication skills, basic math skills, Microsoft Office skills, good organization skills, demonstrates courteous manner on telephone and in person and the ability to address job duties with numerous interruptions. Need a person who can index and locate the correct location of client records within the electronic health system. Also need a person who has the ability to establish professional boundaries and professional relations with clients, administration, clinical staff, support staff, youth and families.
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