Challenging, but fun to work for.
Pros: all the doctors treat you with respect.
Cons: not enough employees in my department.
It started by checking in patients and checking them out, making sure clinic run smoothly, after clinic get paperwork together for billing department and any correspondence for insurance carriers and employers, make phone calls for authorizations, get charts ready for next day clinic, call patients to remind them of next appointment, reschedule a new – more... appointment if they missed or if not authorized to be seen by Ortho Doctor yet.. I learned that you have to be fast and detail oriented, time management, flexible, with management they wanted you to be open to talk to them when problems arise, I loved my co-workers they made my work day easy most of the time, by that I mean they did the work that was needed to help us run the Ortho department in a competitive way. The hardest part of the job was to have something missing in the patient's chart and your doctor will ask you what happened and you will not have a reasonable answer, What I enjoyed the most was to help patients with whatever question they had about their injury and that I was able to give them a reasonable answer. – less