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Office Manager

Medical Office Manager wanted for a large primary care office operating as an FQHC in Darlington SC. Services offered include: Primary Care, Disease Management, Nuclear Medicine, Laboratory, Pharmacy, Behavioral Health, Diabetic Foot care, Ultrasound, and X-ray.
Primary responsibility is to assist the site operations director in day to day operations in the oversight of staff whose duties include:
Hire, terminate, and train staff
Schedule appointments.
Maintain medical records.
Reconcile account information.
Coordinate Ancillary Services
Arrange for emergency maintenance visits for building.
Order medical and office supplies.
Insure correct coding of claims
Delegate responsibilities.
Assess employee performance.
Perform data entry and processing.
Develop and implement office policies and procedures.
Formulate objectives and processes.
Generate inventory records.

Required Skill Set Must Include:
knowledge of business and accounting processes
Critical thinking skills
Analytical skills
Strong leadership skills
Interpersonal skills
Ability to motivate others
Detail oriented
Time management skills
Organizational Skills
Problem solving skills
Ability to handle stressful situations
Ability to communicate effectively
Computer skills
Ability to motivate and supervise staff
Ability to coordinate the smooth operations of the office.
Willing to learn and understand the various job functions in order to be able to effectively manage each position
Ablility to communicate effectively with mutual respect and understanding
Ability to monitor without micromanaging
Hours:
8-5 Monday thru Friday
Benefits:
State Health Plan
Free Employee Medical Care
Discount employee prescriptions
No nights or week-ends
401-K available
Competitive Salary based on experience and education



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