Medical Billing Coordinator (Current Employee) – Rockville, MD – July 13, 2013
My job is very heck. But, I enjoy it. There is never a dull moments. I have learned a new system (NextGen), My co-workers are great they help when I ask for it. The hardest part of my job is complete the job the same day. It depends on the issue if I could complete it. The enjoyable part is we are like family we take care of each other.
Assist the Emergency Room Physician (Former Employee) – Alexandria, VA – February 27, 2017
As a scribe, I learned the ins and outs of the Medical Field. Medical terminology was new to me when I began and it became apart of my natural verbiage. It was an enhancing experience into the health care field.
Patient Service Representative (Current Employee) – Parsippany, NJ – April 30, 2015
I am an honest person and I do not believe in tricking patients/customers into paying for services they do not owe. This department is a call center which, I do not mind but, please do not ask me to choose between money and health; others and my own.
Nurse Practitioner (Current Employee) – Providence, RI – April 26, 2014
I have learned a tremendous amount working here and continue to learn more every day. I have vastly improved my Spanish while working in the walk-in clinic and continue to attempt to improve it everyday. I have become comfortable with pelvic exams and providing education to patients about preventative care. I enjoy performing procedures such as suturing and incision and drainage which I have improved upon significantly during my time here.
Emergency Department Scribe (Former Employee) – Takoma Park, MD – December 17, 2012
As a scribe, I had the privilege of working directly alongside physicians where I was responsible for recording patient histories of present illnesses, gathering past medical and family histories, recording radiology and laboratory findings, documenting consults, admitting patients, writing discharge instructions, and assisting during procedures. It was simultaneously my responsibility to maintain patient flow throughout the department.
I learned a great deal of medical information which was not only clinical but legal and political as well. I had excellent co-workers and was managed by a physician in the emergency department. The hardest part of the job was keeping up with patient numbers and the most enjoyable part of the job was the fast paced environment.