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Title Medical Office Manager – Oncology
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General Physician, P.C. was formed so providers across WNY could collaborate to deliver the highest standards of quality care to their patients.   The Medical Office Manager for our new Oncology office will be responsible for the overall operational success of the practice.  This position requires a proactive approach, follow-through and clear and timely communication on a wide range of complex and confidential issues.

 

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Supervise all office staff. Assist in the selection, training and professional staff development.
  • Direct the development and implementation of organizational procedures and controls.
  • Ensure execution of, and compliance to, established policies, procedures and objectives.
  • Executes management best-practices for optimal effectiveness and efficiency.
  • Focus on staff engagement and a positive culture to deliver outstanding patient care.

 

Minimum Qualification & Required Skills:

  • Bachelor’s degree in related field or equivalent work experience.
  • Minimum two-five years supervising a medical office, Oncology experience preferred.
  • Effective decision making with a demonstrated ability to execute.
  • Proven leadership in office operations.
  • Ability to resolve employee differences and constructively problem solve.

 

We are a dynamic organization with a collaborative team culture.  We offer a compensation plan that includes a 401k contribution that starts on your date of hire. If you embrace change and are energetic and focused on providing outstanding care to our patients, we invite you to send your resume to HR@gppconline.com or fax to 716-535-1020.

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Title Staff Accountant
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Job Type: Full-time
General Physician, PC was formed so primary care practitioners, specialists and subspecialists across Western New York could collaborate to deliver the highest standards of quality care to their patients. The Staff Accountant is responsible for assisting the finance department in creating accurate and timely financial records for the organization.

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
• Assist with Daily Cash Management, daily downloads from bank, bank reconciliations, and prepare daily cash reports.
• Assist with mapping data from payroll system to Accounting System.
• Electronic posting of Cash receipts into Accounting System.
• Maintain non-billing receipts related to provider contracted services.
• Assist with the processing and recording of accounts payable transactions, as needed.
• Perform general account analysis and reconciliations to the general ledgers.
• Help maintain the Fixed Asset and associated depreciation schedules.
• Assist in the month end close process, workpapers and financial statements.

QUALIFICATIONS
• QuickBooks accounting software experience preferred.
• Proficient in Microsoft Office (Excel, Word, Access).
• Proficient with databases and pivot tables.

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE
• 4+ years of related experience.
• A Bachelor’s degree in Accounting or equivalent combination of education and experience.

We are a dynamic organization with a collaborative team culture. If you love to take ownership at work and are driven to excel, we invite you to submit your resume fax to 716-535-1020 or click “Apply Now”.

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Title Registered Nurse – Olean
Location Olean, NY
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We are a Patient-Centered, Provider-Driven large medical office practice throughout the WNY community. From Primary Care, Cardiology, Women’s Health to Specialists, we are a professional team ready to care for your family and friends.

The registered Nurse has the ability to assess and triage telephone calls and patient requests, assist physician as directed, follow direct orders of physician, provide appropriate and concise documentation, administer injections and immunizations, and other procedures outlined below.  Compassionate and caring individual, able to understand and relate to patient’s and physician’s needs, committed to quality care.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Patient assessment, including taking a complete history and systems review.
  • Understanding of organization of EMR system, Medent preferred.
  • Medication administration with appropriate documentation.
  • Knowledge of submission of prescriptions electronically, following guidelines set by supervising physician or mid-level.
  • Knowledge of use of formularies.
  • Ability to communicate clearly and effectively.
  • Professionalism and patient courtesy.
  • Infection Control certification up to date.
  • CPR certification.
  • Familiarity of OSHA requirements and handling of hazardous waste procedures.
  • Documentation of incoming patient phone calls, correct use of triage system.
  • Correct use of initiating, completing, and closing internal clinical orders.
  • Knowledge of diseases and process.

Minimum Qualifications:

  • Accredited educational facility for a registered nurse.
  • Passed NYS boards and NYS licensed.
  • Maintaining NYS license, stay updated on educational requirements.

Required Skills:

  • Ability to relate instructions of physician supervisor to patients in a clear and understandable manner.
  • General computer literacy with ability to enter medications, vitals, allergies, histories and other medical data in computerized office.
  • Correct disposal of hazardous materials and methods of proper disposal
  • Ability to respond quickly to a medical emergency.
  • We continue to grow and invite you to join our dynamic team with a rewarding and fun career.

We continue to grow and invite you to join our dynamic team with a rewarding and fun career.

Employees are benefit eligible the first of the month following their start date. This includes medical, dental, vision, and much more. We also offer a generous PTO program and 401K plan that starts upon your date of hire.  If this sounds like a career for you, we invite you to submit your resume and cover letter.

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Title Clinical Data Analyst
Location Buffalo, NY
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General Physician was formed so primary care practitioners and specialists across WNY could collaborate to deliver the highest standards of quality care to their patients.   The Clinical Data Analyst is a new position created to conduct sophisticated data analysis to help address and provide solutions to critical business concerns.

RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Design and implement robust analytic solutions to support the identified needs.
  • Provide analysis to identify critical issues/questions.
  • Conduct exploratory data analysis from complex data sources to recognize patterns, and identify member performance improvement opportunities.
  • Access data, construct and manipulate large datasets to support planned analyses.
  • Construct and deliver written reports of the analytic findings in a variety of formats in order to formulate recommendations, and effectively present the results.

QUALIFICATIONS:

  • Experience in leading the design, building, and testing statistical predictive models.
  • Deep knowledge of health care industry products/services and operations.
  • Strong analytical skills for effective problem solving.
  • Experience with a variety of analytic and data mining approaches, including parametric and non-parametric methods, clustering techniques, and decision trees.
  • Experience working with health data including medical claims data, electronic medical records, and external market intelligence data.

EDUCATION AND SKILLS:

  • Bachelor’s degree in a discipline relevant to the application of data and statistical analysis in a health care setting or equivalent work experience.
  • Five years of demonstrated business experience in healthcare analytics.
  • Strong working knowledge of MS Office, especially Excel including the use of pivot tables.

This job description is intended to provide only basic guidelines for meeting job requirements.  Responsibilities, knowledge, skills, abilities and working conditions may change as business needs evolve.

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Title Purchasing & Contract Coordinator
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Job Type: Full-time

General Physician, PC was formed so primary care practitioners, specialists and subspecialists across Western New York could collaborate to deliver the highest standards of quality care to their patients.

SUMMARY: This individual will be responsible for coordinating activities involved in procuring goods and services for the organization. Work with the Vice President of Finance in executing, reviewing and negotiating new service and supply contracts and/or purchases to ensure the appropriate terms and conditions and make the best financial decision for the organization.

RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Work with the Vice President of Finance and others to compile information and records on purchasing trends, consumption and inventory review.
  • Create project documents for projects requiring purchasing input and bids.
  • Work with the Accounting team as relates to cost benefit analysis, verify bills/bids/POs and review/approve invoices.
  • Assist Accounting team with information relative to contract terms for annual budgeting and provide other financial information as needed.
  • Review vendor contracts to ensure best pricing and reduce shipping costs.
  • Audit and run analysis on current and new vendors to ensure best possible partnerships.
  • Coordinate information for analysis of certain considered projects requiring purchasing input, bids and RFP(s).
  • Help develop and implement purchase order system to integrate closely with Accounts Payable.

QUALIFICATIONS

  • Understanding of accounting concepts/ability to prepare financial analysis.
  • Ability to read, analyze and interpret data and make independent decisions within an authorized scope and deciding when further authorizations are required.

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE

  • Minimum of 5 years of related experience or an equivalent combination of related education and experience.
  • Business degree or equivalent combination of education and experience.

We are a dynamic organization with a collaborative team culture. If you love to take ownership at work and are driven to excel, we invite you to submit your resume fax to 716-535-1020 or click “Apply Now”.

 

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Title EMR/MEDENT Trainer
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We are a Patient-Centered, Provider-Driven large medical office practice throughout the WNY community. From Primary Care, Cardiology, Women’s Health to Specialists, we are a professional team ready to care for your family and friends.

EMR/MEDENT trainers are chosen for proven abilities to utilize the Medent system effectively and ability to relay information to providers and staff in an understandable and accurate training format.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Training of reception staff on entering basic demographic information.
  • How to enter information in advance directives field and link documents.
  • Set up of E prescribing.
  • Use of the superbill; to include when to use modifiers.
  • Overview of ICD-9 (and10) and CPT coding.
  • Use of standardized imaging codes and document scanning codes of the DM/HM screens; customization and link features.
  • How to run DM/HM reports.
  • How to use tools for patient self management.
  • Provider Training.

Minimum Qualifications:

  • EMR experience, 2-3 years required, Medent experience preferred
  • Preferable college degree or on the job training commensurate with job functions, minimum of 3 years

Skills required:

  • Extensive knowledge of Medent system.
  • Ability to communicate and train staff in a pleasant and effective manner.
  • Strong computer knowledge.

We continue to grow and invite you to join our dynamic team with a rewarding and fun career.

Employees are benefit eligible the first of the month following their start date. This includes medical, dental, vision, and much more. We also offer a generous PTO program and 401K plan that starts upon your date of hire.

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Title Coding Compliance Program Manager
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The Coding Compliance Program Manager is responsible for the development and maintenance of an effective compliance program for medical coding and documentation.

The Coding Compliance Program Manager will prepare independent audit results that evaluate the accuracy of medical coding and documentation by internal coding staff, practitioners, and/or clinical staff. This position will work with the Revenue Cycle Director to assure that all claims and documents submitted to federal, state and commercial payers meet regulatory and private requirements. This individual will assist with data submission to both government and private agencies.

The Coding Compliance Manager maintains and supports a culture of compliance, integrity and ethics; maintains knowledge of policies and procedures and performs in accordance with the organizations Code of Conduct, applicable regulatory requirements, external laws, accreditation standards, and appropriately reports observed fraud or abuse.

Essential Duties and Job Responsibilities –
1. Develop and implement financial, operational, and coding compliance policies, and procedures that support and optimize an efficient revenue cycle

2. Monitor the performance of coding & documentation functions on an ongoing basis against the federal/state laws/rules, third party payers and internal policies

3. Plan & conduct independent investigations, assessments and audits to assess compliance w/ applicable coding/billing requirements and internal policy

4. Obtain, record, and report essential data, assisting in problem solving and ongoing education of clinicians and other staff

5. Work with Administration to identify patterns, trends, and variations in coding and documentation practices as needed

6. Help facilitate investigations, assessments and audits conducted by external agencies

7. Prepare & formally present audit/assessment findings and assist in the development of corrective action plans

8. Record all audits, assessments & corrective action plans in the compliance tracking system and update the system until all corrective action plans are implemented

9. Provide expertise/support for the fraud, waste and abuse detection and prevention program

10. Partner with the Coding staff to develop/implement regular & effective education/training programs for operational employees or clinicians.

11. Develop an effective process for furnishing and disseminating information and guidance on applicable Medicare regulations, state statutes, regulations and federal, state and private payer insurance billing requirements

12. Oversee the implementation of new Medicare, Federal or Billing laws impacting coding and the Revenue Cycle process

13. Participate in a compliance advisory capacity on operational compliance issues

14. Develop and implement an E/M education program for all providers

15. Provide on-going education to the Business Office staff of accurate coding and proper use of modifiers

16. Facilitation of training associated with the implement ICD10

17. Other duties as assigned

Understanding of, and Skills Related to –
• Advanced knowledge of ICD-10, CPT, HCC, and other coding sets

• Experience with developing and implementing training materials and programs

• Experience with statistical sampling and survey methodology

• Experience with audit design, implementation, and practice

• Detailed and current knowledge and experience working with Medicare coding requirements for ambulatory (clinical) and diagnostic services

• Strong understanding of the clinical content of a health record

• Skill in developing, managing, and conducting medical coding education, training, and audit programs

• Extensive knowledge of coding, billing and compliance topics across a broad range of specialties, in addition to knowledge of reimbursement standards

• Ability to adapt to constantly changing priorities in managing a wide range of projects

• Excellent written, communication, and presentation skills with the ability to explain and write complex information in a clear, concise, and organized format

• Ability to work effectively and collaboratively in a team environment

• Proficient in using the following software applications: MS Word, Excel, Powerpoint, Internet and email

• Must maintain all certifications required by the position

• Expert level of knowledge of anatomy and physiology; medical terminology, disease process, reimbursement methodologies; and conventions, rules, guidelines for current coding classification

• Willing and able to work infrequent overtime as required to meet operational needs and perform all duties

• Working knowledge of general office equipment including multi-line phone, computer, copier, calculator and fax machines

• Ability to address and resolve conflict in a professional manner

• Ability and willingness to travel between offices as needed to meet operational needs.

Education and Experience –
• 7+ years of progressive coding experience

• Minimum 5 years’ experience in team building, facilitation/training, and conflict resolution, with demonstrated ability to lead through influence, collaboration and consensus building

• Bachelor’s degree or equivalent experience

• Current certification as a CPC, CCS, CCS-P, RHIA, or RHIT

Other Duties –
• Please note this job description is not designed to cover or contain a comprehensive listing of activities, duties or responsibilities that are required for this job. Duties, responsibilities and activities may change at any time with or without notice.

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Title Physician – Olean, NY
Location Olean, NY
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We are a Patient-Centered, Provider-Driven large medical office practice throughout the WNY community. From Primary Care, Cardiology, Women’s Health to Specialists, we are a professional team ready to care for your family and friends.

The Physician shall provide professional services on behalf of General Physician, P.C., including medical evaluations and treatment. Expected to establish cooperative relationships with patients and staff while staying abreast of changes in quality assessments and regulatory requirements. Demonstrate support for General Physician P.C.’s vision, policies and procedures.  Highly innovative, providing personalized and excellent patient care. Maintain a high level of professional medical ethics.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Must comply with General Physician, P.C.’s credentialing requirements and maintain membership, in good standing with appropriate privileges.
  • Participate in and cooperate in quality assurance and utilization review programs.
  • Utilize the protocols developed and approved when providing clinical care to patients.
  • Takes responsibility for personal professional development by attending seminars, etc.
  • Develop relationships with professional affiliations and participates in networking and continuing education opportunities offered for professional growth and development.
  • Ability to build collaborative teams that strive to deliver outstanding patient care.
  • Access, recommend and design a plan of treatment.
  • Diagnose and provide nonsurgical treatment for a range of problems.
  • Update charts and patient information to show current findings and treatments.
  • Review test results to identify any abnormal findings.
  • Ensure that a high level of quality service is provided to all patients.
  • Address concerns and answer questions from patients.
  • Assures implementation of proper accreditation and regulatory procedures.
  • Help patients take care of their health.
  • Take ownership and accountability for overall clinical office performance.
  • Take an active role in the promotion of General Physician, P.C. and the practice to potential referring physicians and the surrounding community.

Minimum Qualifications:

  • Medical Degree
  • Licensed in NYS
  • 4 years of undergraduate school
  • 4 years of medical school
  • 3 to 8 years in internship and residency programs

Required Skills:

  • Exceptional leadership.
  • Communication skills.
  • Compassion and concern for both patients and staff.
  • Strong ethics and personal and professional integrity.
  • Detail-oriented and highly organized.
  • Problem solving.
  • Highly articulate with the ability to communicate effectively.

We continue to grow and invite you to join our dynamic team with a rewarding and fun career.

We offer a generous, comprehensive benefit package which includes medical, dental, vision, long term disability and much more.  If you are dedicated to providing outstanding patient care, we invite you to submit your resume and cover letter

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Title LICENSED CLINICAL SOCIAL WORKER (LCSW-R)
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General Physician, P.C. is seeking a full-time, Licensed Clinical Social Worker-R (LCSW-R) for our office in Western NY. Our practice utilizes a collaborative model with area primary care physicians; providing short-term, outpatient intervention to adult clients.

The LCSW-R will provide direct clinical care and behavioral health consultation for clients and families in need of mental health services within the Integrated Care program within multiple primary care practices. He/she will also serve as a liaison between the Integrated Care program and the primary care physicians. He/she will apply social work methods and practices to the diagnosis, prevention and treatment of mental, emotional and behavioral disorders.

Schedule is days, Monday – Friday with one weeknight (to 7 pm); no weekends or on-call responsibility.

Census is 7-8 adults/day.

The ideal candidate will possess:

  • A Masters of Social Work from an accredited institution;
  • Current NYS licensure as a LCSW-R;
  • A minimum of three year’s clinical care experience;
  • Experience collaborating with physicians and other health care providers, social service agencies, and/or the educational system
  • Knowledge of community mental health resources;
  • An ability to effectively and collaboratively work with others
  • A positive approach to therapy

General Physician, P.C. offers:

  • Competitive salary
  • Full benefit offering including medical, dental, vision, life and disability insurances.
  • Generous Paid Time Off (PTO) program
  • Additional 40 hours of time off for CME
  • $2,500 CME/business expense allowance
  • 401K program (eligible on first day of employment with 3% employer match)

General Physician, PC is a multi-location, multi-specialty practice. We bring together leading local physicians and healthcare practitioners to provide our patients with comprehensive healthcare coverage in a variety of practice areas from Primary Care, Cardiology, Women’s Health to Specialists.

Job Type: Full-time

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Title eHR Implementation Specialist
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We are a Patient-Centered, Provider-Driven large medical office practice throughout the WNY community. From Primary Care, Cardiology, Women’s Health to Specialists, we are a professional team ready to care for your family and friends.

The eHR Implementation Specialists are chosen for proven abilities to utilize the Medent system effectively, deconstruct implementation content, create a training program, develop an effective implementation plan, design accompanying materials and possess the ability to relay information to providers and staff in an understandable and accurate manner, aligned with company policies and procedures. The eHR Implementation Specialist’s role is to execute eHR implementation projects to all GPPC employees and providers in order to enhance effective use of eHR/Medent across all Medent users, across all sites and specialties as applicable to a defined implementation project.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Ability to deconstruct an implementation project and disseminate a user-role specific program as needed for each project
  • Ability to design educational materials supporting implementation endeavors.
  • Ability to teach eHR to individuals with varying learning styles and job descriptions, including providers
  • Willingness and ability to travel locally
  • Manage internal eHR projects as requested
  • Provide help to the eHR support ticketing requests as needed

Required Skills:

  • Extensive knowledge of eHR/Medent system
  • Ability to communicate and train staff in a pleasant and effective manner
  • Proficient in MS office and computer skills
  • Strong ability to learn quickly and work independently
  • Strong attention to detail and excellent follow-up
  • Ability to communicate clearly, concisely, and effectively with eHR Team and trainees
  • Ability to plan, organize and manage multiple projects to completion and meet deadlines and expectations
  • Coordinate and prioritize tasks within project guidelines and expectations
  • Create and maintain project status reports and proactively communicate with Director of eHR
  • Ability to work on projects in a fast paced environment

Minimum Qualifications:

  • Prior experience in EMR support, implementation and training, 2-3 years required, Medent experience preferred
  • Preferable college degree or on the job training commensurate with job functions, minimum of 3 years

 
We continue to grow and invite you to join our dynamic team with a rewarding and fun career.

Employees are benefit eligible the first of the month following their start date. This includes medical, dental, vision, and much more. We also offer a generous PTO program and 401K plan that starts upon your date of hire.

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Title Licensed Practical Nurse
Location Buffalo, NY
Job Information

Seeking a medical office based licensed staff nurse for a busy primary care office near Buffalo General Medical Center.

Must have the ability to access and manage telephone calls and patient requests, assist physician as directed, follow direct orders of the physician, provide appropriate and concise documentation, administer injections and immunizations. Must be a compassionate and caring individual, able to understand and relate to patient’s and physician’s needs and committed to quality care.

Education/Training:
-Graduate of an accredited LPN program, current NYS registration as a Licensed Practical Nurse
-CPR certified
-Medent EMR experience preferred

Job Knowledge:
-Demonstrate responsibility in implementing the nursing process
-Understanding of organization of EMR system and how to retrieve medical information, manage and communicate patient information
-Provide a safe environment
-Ability to relate instructions of physician supervisor to patients in a clear and understandable manner
-Demonstrate knowledge and skills necessary to provide care appropriate to the age of the patient served
-Complies with all quality assurance, customer focus, infection control, safety and all policies and procedures with the department
-Perform other related duties as assigned by authorized personnel or as may be required to meet emergencies

What you need to succeed:
-An excellent level of interpersonal and communication skills.
-Technical and therapeutic knowledge as required by standards of care.
-Ability to accept responsibility and maintain composure and effectiveness in stressful situations.
Competitive compensation and benefit package available for the right person. Please submit resume and salary requirements

Job Type: Full-time

Job Location:

  • Buffalo, NY

Required experience:

  • Medical Office LPN: 1 year

Required license or certification:

  • Licensed Practical Nurse
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Title Medical Office Manager – Cardiology
Location Olean, NY
Job Information

The Medical Office Manager for Cardiology will be responsible for the overall operational success of the practice and will work in a collaborative manner to direct and ensure the accomplishment of all office activities except those directly involving professional medical judgment. The successful candidate will continually evaluate office strategies and establish plans to meet changing needs.   This position requires a proactive approach, follow-through and clear and timely communication on a wide range of complex and confidential issues.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Supervises all office staff. Assist in the selection, training and professional development of the Cardiology office team.
  • Directs the development and implementation of organizational procedures and controls to promote communication and adequate information flow within the practice.
  • Understand the dynamics of a Cardiology practice with how it relates to hospital workflow and medical records
  • Ensures execution of, and compliance to, established policies, procedures and objectives.
  • Executes management best-practices for optimal effectiveness and efficiency.
  • Focus on staff engagement and a positive culture to deliver outstanding patient care.
  • Provides needed support utilizing tools that have been provided.

Minimum Qualification:

  • Bachelor’s degree in related field or equivalent work experience.
  • Minimum two-five years supervising a medical office, Cardiology experience preferred.
  • Medent Experience a plus.

Required Skills:

  • Effective decision making
  • Demonstrated ability to execute.
  • Proven leadership in office operations.
  • Ability to resolve employee differences and constructively problem solve.
  • Proficient with MS Office Suite

We offer a comprehensive benefit package which includes medical, dental, vision, disability and more on the first of the month after your date of hire. Due to continued growth, this is a new position. If you are energetic and dedicated to excellence, we invite you to join our friendly work environment. Please submit your resume and cover letter.

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Title Medical Biller
Start Date 2016-04-18
Location Orchard Park, NY
Job Information

We are currently seeking a Full-Time Medical Biller for our Cardiology Department. The position will be based at our office in Orchard Park, NY.

This position will be responsible for reviewing patient medical records and accurately assigning codes to the treatments, diagnoses, and procedures performed so the outpatient office billing , can bill insurance and other third party payers (such as Medicare or Medicaid). Ensure compliance with federal regulations and insurance requirements. Prepare reports as needed and maintain accurate records of all client insurance information. Report payment/eligibility issues to Office Administrator. 2 years medical office billing experience and knowledge of MEDENT preferred.

Competitive salary and benefits offered.

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Title Office Manager
Location Buffalo, NY
Job Information

We are currently seeking an Office Manager to oversee and support the front office operations, manage clerical and clinical staff and work with the senior management team for one of our Cardiology offices in a hospital setting.

The Office Manager will be responsible for the overall operational success of the practice and will work in a collaborative manner to direct and ensure the accomplishment of all office activities except those directly involving professional medical judgment. The successful candidate will continually evaluate office strategies and establish plans to meet changing needs.   This position requires a proactive approach, follow-through and clear and timely communication on a wide range of complex and confidential issues.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Supervises all office staff. Clinical work direction provided by physician. Accountable for the selection, training and professional development of the team.
  • Directs the development and implementation of organizational procedures and controls to promote communication and adequate information flow within the practice (s).
  • Ensures adequate execution of, and compliance to, established policies, procedures and objectives.
  • Performs operational and administrative duties which include efficient management of patient flow, scheduling and
  • Executes management best-practices for optimal effectiveness and efficiency.
  • Provides needed support utilizing tools that have been provided.

Minimum Qualification:

  • Bachelor’s degree in related field or equivalent work experience.
  • Minimum two-five years supervising a medical office.
  • Experience working in a hospital setting preferred.
  • Meaningful Use and Patient Centered Medical Home compliance preferred.
  • Medent Experience a plus.

Required Skills:

  • Effective decision making
  • Demonstrated ability to execute.
  • Proven leadership in office operations.
  • Ability to resolve employee differences and constructively problem solve.
  • Proficient with MS Office Suite, computer operating systems, general Windows functions and electronic mail.
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Title Nurse Practitioner
Location Buffalo, NY
Job Information

We are currently seeking a Nurse Practitioner in Buffalo, NY.

The Nurse Practitioner will provide a wide range of services, working within the scope of his/her licensure, including:

  • Follow physician’s care plan and treatment goals
  • Provide follow up feedback to the physician as needed
  • Complete patient evaluations and assessments
  • Treat patients requesting a same day appointment
  • Ability to explain and follow up with patients on the outcomes of a care plan and the goals to work toward to achieve optimal overall health
  • Ability to work with care team members to achieve excellence in patient care
  • Positive interaction with patients, family members and coworkers
  • Use electronic medical records system appropriately
  • Issues prescriptions in accordance with patient need and applicable state regulations
  • Work with the physicians to achieve patient goals and an effective workflow
  • Follow all regulations regarding patient privacy and HIPAA

QUALIFICATIONS

  • Graduation from an Accredited Nurse Practitioner program
  • Current registration and licensure in NYS
  • Participate in continuing education programs, earning required number of yearly CMEs
  • Participates in General Physician EMR learning
  • Medent experience helpful
  • Adheres to General Physician’s business policies and procedures.

We offer an excellent salary and benefit package and invite you to join our growing organization.

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Title Advanced Practice Provider
Location Buffalo, NY
Job Information

New opportunity for a 10+ year experienced FNP looking for a change. This new exciting opportunity will put to use your experience & education by collaboratively working with CMOs in a large health system to provide secondary, concurrent APP/MD review of Medicare/Medicaid observation, inpatient and admissions status that does not meet case management’s medical necessity screening criteria. The APP will also be collaborating with admitting/attending MD to review cases. FNP will be fully trained in both Interqual & Milliman screening tools. The FNP will also utilize there literature review skills to support above decisions by providing best evidence-based practice.

Seeking FT & PT APPs, competitive salary & compensation package available.

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Title Registered Nurse
Location Amherst, NY
Job Information

We have a current opening for an experienced Full-Time medical office based registered nurse at our OB/GYN office in Amherst, NY. Seeking a candidate with the ability to assess and triage telephone calls and patient requests, assist physician as directed, follow direct orders of physician, provide appropriate and concise documentation, administer injections and immunizations, and other procedures outlined below. Compassionate and caring individual, able to understand and relate to patient’s and physician’s needs, committed to quality care.

 

JOB KNOWLEDGE:

  • Patient assessment, including taking a complete history and systems review
  • Understanding of organization of EMR system, Medent preferred
  • Medication administration with appropriate documentation
  • Knowledge of submission of prescriptions electronically, following guidelines set by supervising physician or mid-level
  • Knowledge of use of formularies
  • Ability to communicate clearly and effectively.
  • Professionalism and patient courtesy
  • Infection Control certification up to date.
  • CPR certification.
  • Familiarity of OSHA requirements and handling of hazardous waste procedures
  • Documentation of incoming patient phone calls, correct use of triage system.
  • Correct use of initiating, completing, and closing internal clinical orders.
  • Knowledge of diseases and process

EDUCATION REQUIREMENTS: 

  • Accredited educational facility for a registered nurse
  • Passed NYS boards and NYS licensed
  • Maintaining NYS license, stay updated on educational requirements
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Title Practice Manager
Location Buffalo, NY
Job Information

The Practice Manager is responsible for managing and overseeing the structure and daily operations of assigned medical practice(s). Oversee and direct the activity of assigned Office Managers. Work with the Executive team to develop long and short term practice goals.  This position requires a proactive approach, follow-through and clear and timely communication on a wide range of complex and confidential issues.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Provide leadership in developing, planning and implementing the office business plans with Office Managers and Providers.
  • Collaborate with the billing and collection process/department.
  • Enhance operational effectiveness, emphasizing cost containment without jeopardizing important innovation or quality of care.
  • Ability to produce productivity and accounting reports for assigned practices.
  • Collaborate with the practice management team in developing and monitoring corporate, operational, and quality standards.
  • Manage financial reporting and reviews analysis to ensure financial performance of assigned practice is within established budget.
  • Ensure office compliance with regulatory agencies governing health care delivery and the rules of accrediting bodies.
  • Continually monitor operations, programs, physical properties.
  • Supervision of assigned Office Managers.
  • Direct the development and implementation of organizational procedures and controls to promote communication and adequate information flow within the offices.
  • Ensure execution of, and compliance to, established policies, procedures and objectives.
  • Execute management best-practices for optimal effectiveness and efficiency.

Education/Training:

    • Bachelor’s degree in healthcare or management or 10 years administrative experience in a healthcare related field
    • MGMA or management certification preferred
    • General computer literacy, experience required Excel, Word, XP operating system,
  • general Windows functions, internal electronic mail
  • Background in healthcare, HCPCS coding, ICD-9 coding, CPT coding, medical

 

  • terminology and anatomy
  • Knowledge of HIPPA and compliance regulations
  • Meaningful Use and Patient Centered Medical Home compliance preferred.

Required Skills:

  • Effective decision making
  • Demonstrated ability to execute.
  • Proven leadership in office operations.
  • Ability to resolve employee differences and constructively problem solve.

We continue to grow. If you would like to be a leader within a very dynamic organization, we invite you to submit your resume and cover letter to: HR@gppconline.com or fax at 716.535.1020. Please visit us at www.gppconline.com/

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Title Registered Nurse – Triage
Location Tonawanda, NY
Job Information

We have a current opening for an experienced Full-Time medical office based registered nurse at our Tonawanda primary care office on Colvin Blvd near Sheridan. Seeking a candidate with ability to assess and triage, telephone calls, and patient requests. Assist physician as directed, follow direct orders of physician, provide appropriate and concise documentation, administer injections and immunizations, and other procedures. Compassionate and caring individual, able to understand and relate to patient’s and physician’s needs, committed to quality care. eHR or MEDENT experience a plus.

We continue to grow and invite you to join our dynamic team with a rewarding and fun career.

Employees are benefit eligible the first of the month following their start date. This includes medical, dental, vision, and much more. We also offer a generous PTO program and 401K plan that starts upon your date of hire. If this sounds like a career for you, we invite you to submit your resume.

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Title Office Manager – Primary Care
Location Buffalo, NY
Job Information

We are currently seeking an experienced Office Manager to oversee and support the front office operations, manage clerical and clinical staff and work with the senior management team for our primary care offices. The Office Manager will be responsible for the overall operational success of the practices and will work in a collaborative manner to direct and ensure the accomplishment of all office activities except those directly involving professional medical judgment. The successful candidate will continually evaluate office strategies and establish plans to meet changing needs. This position requires a proactive approach, follow-through and clear and timely communication on a wide range of complex and confidential issues.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Supervises all office staff. Clinical work direction provided by physician. Accountable for the selection, training and professional development of the team.
  • Directs the development and implementation of organizational procedures and controls to promote communication and adequate information flow within the practice (s).
  • Ensures adequate execution of, and compliance to, established policies, procedures and objectives.
  • Performs operational and administrative duties which include efficient management of patient flow, scheduling and
  • Executes management best-practices for optimal effectiveness and efficiency.
  • Focus on staff engagement and a positive culture to deliver outstanding patient care.
  • Provides needed support utilizing tools that have been provided.

Minimum Qualification:

  • Bachelor’s degree in related field or equivalent work experience.
  • Minimum two-five years supervising a Primary Care medical office required.
  • Meaningful Use and Patient Centered Medical Home compliance preferred.
  • Medent Experience a plus.

Required Skills:

  • Effective decision making
  • Demonstrated ability to execute.
  • Proven leadership in office operations.
  • Ability to resolve employee differences and constructively problem solve.
  • Proficient with MS Office Suite, computer operating systems, general Windows functions and electronic mail.

We continue to grow. If you would like to be a leader within a very dynamic organization, we invite you to submit your resume.

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Title Nurse Practitioner – Cardiology
Location Buffalo, NY
Job Information

We are a Patient-Centered, Provider-Driven large medical office practice throughout the WNY community. From Primary Care, Cardiology, Women’s Health to Specialists, we are a professional team ready to care for your family and friends.

The Nurse Practitioner promotes and restores patients’ health by developing day-to-day management and long-term planning of the patient care area; directing and developing staff; collaborating with physicians and multidisciplinary professional staffs; providing physical and psychological support for patients, friends, and families.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Examine pathophysiology for diverse cardiovascular disease operations
  • Establish diagnosis of cardiovascular ailments and formulate a plan of treatment, as well as assess the patient’s response to therapy
  • Make use of evidence-based medicine procedures by utilizing quality and cost effective care
  • Enlighten patients and their families with regards to the cardiovascular procedures, which include primary and secondary prevention of cardiac while being mindful of the patient’s emotional, cultural and physical requirements
  • Generate sufficient organizational skills to organize patients case load
  • Offer the option of straightforward access to a nurse practitioner over the phone and in the center for the general practice populace
  • Carry out independent resolutions in which he/she is responsible.

Minimum Qualifications:

  • A master of science with at least three years as a nurse practitioner
  • Not less than 2000 hours of practical experience in cardiac nursing
  • Comprehensive and current clinical experience in cardiac nursing functions
  • Advanced level of therapeutic and health management aptitude
  • Possess a license as certified nurse practitioner

Skills Required:

  • Exhibit outstanding aptitude and fundamental basic computer knowledge
  • Higher level of therapeutic and health management aptitude.
  • eHR or MEDENT experience a plus.

We continue to grow and invite you to join our dynamic team with a rewarding and fun career.

Employees are benefit eligible the first of the month following their start date. This includes medical, dental, vision, and much more. We also offer a generous PTO program and 401K plan that starts upon your date of hire. If this sounds like a career for you, we invite you to submit your resume and cover letter.

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Title Physician Assistant
Location Medina, NY
Job Information

The Physician Assistant shall provide professional services on behalf of General Physician, P.C., including medical evaluation, writing prescriptions, and treatment. Within physician–physician assistant (PA) relationship, PAs exercise autonomy in medical decision making and provide a broad range of diagnostic and therapeutic services.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Examines patients, obtains medical histories, and assesses health status.
  • Orders, performs, and interprets diagnostic tests.
  • Prescribes medications, and treats illnesses including giving injections and suturing wounds.
  • Consults with physicians as needed and refers to physicians for more complicated medical cases or cases that are not a routine part of a PA’s scope of work.
  • Monitors therapies and provides continuity of care.
  • Triages patient calls and evaluates patient problems. Responds to emergencies including use of CPR.
  • Coordinates appropriate specialty referrals.
  • Counsels patient/family on preventive health care.
  • Reviews patient records to develop comprehensive medical status reports.
  • Documents patient information and care in medical record.
  • Maintains department statistical database for research purposes.
  • Performs other duties as assigned.

 

Required Skills:

  • Knowledge of medical model and roles of physicians and physician assistants. Familiar with medical terminology, anatomy, pharmacology, pathophysiology, clinical medicine, and physical diagnosis.
  • Knowledge of patient assessment techniques including taking medical histories, performing physicals, evaluating health status including state of wellness, and compliance with care recommendations.
  • Knowledge of diagnosing and treating medical problems and developing care plans.
  • Knowledge of medical records documentation in confidential manner.

 

Education Requirements:

  • Bachelor’s degree and successful completion of accredited Physician Assistant program.

 

We continue to grow and invite you to join our dynamic team with a rewarding and fun career.

We offer a generous, comprehensive benefit package which includes medical, dental, vision, long term disability and much more. If you are dedicated to providing outstanding patient care, we invite you to submit your resume.

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Title Nurse Practitioner/Physician Assistant
Location Downtown Buffalo, NY
Job Information

 

We are currently seeking a Nurse Practitioner or Physician Assistant for a busy Internal Medice office in Downtown Buffalo, NY.

 

The Nurse Practitioner will provide a wide range of services, working within the scope of his/her licensure, including:

  • Follow physician’s care plan and treatment goals
  • Provide follow up feedback to the physician as needed
  • Complete patient evaluations and assessments
  • Treat patients requesting a same day appointment
  • Ability to explain and follow up with patients on the outcomes of a care plan and the goals to work toward to achieve optimal overall health
  • Ability to work with care team members to achieve excellence in patient care
  • Positive interaction with patients, family members and coworkers
  • Use electronic medical records system appropriately
  • Issues prescriptions in accordance with patient need and applicable state regulations
  • Work with the physicians to achieve patient goals and an effective workflow
  • Follow all regulations regarding patient privacy and HIPAA

 

QUALIFICATIONS

  • Graduation from an Accredited Nurse Practitioner program
  • Current registration and licensure in NYS
  • Participate in continuing education programs, earning required number of yearly CMEs
  • Participates in General Physician EMR learning
  • Medent experience helpful
  • Adheres to General Physician’s business policies and procedures.

 

We offer an excellent salary and benefit package and invite you to join our growing organization.

 

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