Part-Time Dental Office Manager – Al ‘Abbāsīyah
As a Medical Office Manager, you’ll be responsible for helping to collect, handle, and spend money from patients. The attainment of yearly and recurring targets for major statistical indicators of revenue cycle performance and for the overall financial performance of the firm are critical responsibilities. The Medical Office Manager is required to set a high level of excellence for the whole department by setting goals and implementing strategies that meet or exceed that standard. Consistency of purpose and ongoing improvement are key components of this standard, as is providing the greatest level of quality service to customers.
Job Title : Dental Office Manager
Location : Al ‘Abbāsīyah, Al Farwānīyah, Kuwait
Salary : $ 23.16 per hour.
Company : Goldman Dermatology, lllc
Job Type : Part-Time
- Payroll and direct spending, month-end accounting, receivables levels (including days in A/R and aging), and any long-range strategic goals for the department should be forecasted.
- Requirements-based inventory management of office and medical supply items. With the Clinic Administrator’s help, assists in the budget preparation and implementation.
- A variety of patient care administration, organizing, and communication responsibilities will be allocated to you..
- aids in the improvement of doctor-to-nurse communication, making it possible for them to work together more efficiently. An emphasis on customer service and professionalism can’t be stressed in today’s corporate world.
- hiring and supervising new employees; conducting performance reviews; promoting employees; and disciplining those who do not meet criteria
- directly oversee and coordinate with the information technology department in the production of financial report requests and in the verification of the accuracy and validity of the reports created, as well as the verification of the reports generated.
- At medical offices and clinics, a manager is responsible for overseeing the day-to-day operations. This person is in charge of overseeing employee scheduling and absences. Assuring that medical workers and patients are provided and maintained the required office space, supplies, equipment and support.
- Ensures that all system-wide and departmental policies and procedures, such as keeping patients’ information private, are followed, as well as the rules of the appropriate regulatory agencies (i.e. OSHA, CLIA, Department of Health, etc.).
- Help address reimbursement concerns by working with third-party payers to expedite the resolution of payment appeals from the Provider Dispute Process.
- By working with top management to ensure the budget is ready, you can make sure operations are in sync with the organization’s objectives and are performing at or above budget expectations.
- Skills in organization, communication, multitasking, meeting deadlines, and keeping tight confidentiality are all required.
- The applicant should be acquainted with patient registration, billing, accounts receivable (AR), and cash management needs, as well as health insurance procedures, business office operations, and industry standards for revenue resolution strategies in the health care sector.
- The Certified Professional Medical Staff Management (CPMSM) certification must be obtained within one year of starting a job in medical staff management and must be kept up to date with the correct continuing education credits (CEs).
- Accurate English language skills are required for this position, particularly when it comes to tasks that might have an influence on patient or staff safety or security.
- Knowledge of organizational techniques and problem-solving skills are required.