Ophthalmic Scribe

  • New York, NY

Compensation

: $42,510.00 - $60,170.00 /year *

Employment Type

: Full-Time

Industry

: Healthcare - Physician



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Our busy New York practice is seeking a certified OSC/COA Ophthalmic Scribe/Tech who is looking to expand their knowledge, gain valuable experience, and build meaningful relationships. Our ideal candidate is an innovative and motivated individual who enjoys a fast paced work environment.

We have 3 locations in the New York/ Westchester area. Our offices are equipped with state-of- the-art technology, brand new equipment, and modern furniture and decor. We offer the full scope of ophthalmic/ Retina care. Our cutting-edge facilities will make you excited to come to work every day.

Our doctors are passionate about showing you the ropes of the practice and teaching you a variety of new skills on the job. If you are a determined individual and want to learn from the best eye care professionals in the area, then we want to hear from you!

Responsibilities:

  • Comply with all legal and ethical requirements for medical documentation. Alert physician when medical record is incomplete or medical documentation contains mistakes or inconsistencies.
  • Collect, organize, and catalog data for physician quality reporting system and other quality initiatives to increase patient compliance and improve outcomes.
  • Document medical visits and procedures as they are being performed by the physician accurately and thoroughly.
  • Prepare exam rooms and assist during physician exam.
  • Perform clerical tasks as needed by the physician including faxing, phone calls, referral letters.

Skills/Specialties Include:

  • Electronic Medical Records (EMR), Medical Terminology, Strong written and verbal communication.
  • Experience or willingness to learn HVF, Lensometry, Tonometry, Visual Fields, Slit Lamp Microscopy, and basic patient work ups.

Requirements:

  • Willingness to travel between locations
  • Working knowledge of the eye anatomy, disease, and ocular medications
  • At least two years of experience as an Ophthalmic Technician, with the willingness to learn
  • COA/OSC Preferred

Benefits:

  • Paid Continuing Education Courses
  • Extensive Training

Schedule:

  • Full-Time

Associated topics: cornea, eye, glaucoma, ophthalmolgist, ophthalmology, retina, uveitis

* The salary listed in the header is an estimate based on salary data for similar jobs in the same area. Salary or compensation data found in the job description is accurate.

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