First State Orthopaedics is an industry leading, high performance team of medical professionals, serving patients from multiple locations around the Greater Delaware area. We offer a dynamic, fast-paced environment that encourages employees to grow professionally while serving. We encourage innovation, support individual development, and value excellence.
We recruit and hire highly capable, self-motivated professionals who thrive on change and challenge. Successful candidates have demonstrated leadership ability, excellent communication and teamwork skills, strong academic performance and/or relevant professional experience.
Job Description: The Radiological Technologist is responsible for performing diagnostic imaging procedures on patients to meet the established practice parameters and standards of care, including: proper positioning of patient, technical factor selection, patient identification, radiation protection, and professional patient care, assessment and documentation. Other duties to include medical assisting to the physicians, physician assistants and nurse practitioners.
Graduate from an accredited school of Radiologic Technology. Registered and Certified by the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists (ARRT). Licensed by the state of Delaware. Good computer skills and experience with PACS system. Excellent interpersonal and communication skills required. Maintain professionalism and confidentiality. Ability to make independent decisions using critical thinking, problem solving and perform responsibilities under stressful situations. Meet technical standards. Must be capable of working variable schedules.
Job Description: The Patient Account representative is responsible for reconciling discrepancies and collecting on delinquent accounts. Presents a positive image to supporting staff members and patients at all times.
Preferred Skills: High School Diploma or Associates Degree in related field, previous experience in healthcare collection/billing, excellent communication and computer skills, good working knowledge of medical terminology CPT and ICD-10 coding. Ability to maintain good working relationships with all co-workers, patients and general public. Knowledge of state laws and statutes. Understanding of legal process involving medical claims. Understanding and react to developing trends in healthcare reimbursements.
Preferred Skills: High School Diploma required. A minimum of one year work experience in a medical office setting. Excellent communication and interpersonal skills, patient service focus. Ability to muti-task and handle a high volume of calls. Efficient and accurate data entry skills. Must be punctual, reliable and capable of working flexible hours. Experience with Next Gen EMR/EPM system a plus.