MCMS Member Offices: Job Connection


The purpose of Job Connection is to serve as a means for employers to submit job opportunities and request resumes when in search of candidates. 

Job Connection is offered free-of-charge to members of the Medical Society. Members can submit their job opportunities and request resumes. You must be logged in to access the job connection board. 

Job Postings: 

To submit resumes or request resumes email Joanne Rau at jrau@mcms.org

Please NoteJob Connection helps bring people together. However, the Medical Society does not screen or otherwise promote applicants or employers. Therefore, all participants in Job Connection should maintain their usual interviewing standards and selection criteria.


Job Seekers: Submit Resume

To join the MCMS Resume Bank:
Email your resume to jrau@mcms.org to join the MCMS Resume Bank. Your resume will be kept in the Resume Bank for 3 months. Should
 you become employed or wish to take your resume out of our Resume Bank, please email us.


Questions?

Contact:

Joanne Rau
jrau@mcms.org

(585) 473-7573


Job Connection

In an effort to assist medical offices with their staffing needs, Monroe County Medical Society has established Job Connection.  Medical offices can post all employment opportunities below.    If you are seeking employment please follow up directly with the contact listed in the job posting.

You must log into the website in order to post.  If you have logged in and still cannot post, please contact Joanne Rau at jrau@mcms.org

Please NoteJob Connection helps bring people together. However, the Medical Society does not screen or otherwise promote applicants or employers. Therefore, all participants in Job Connection should maintain their usual interviewing standards and selection criteria. Postings may be removed by MCMS staff after 90 days.  

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  • Friday, May 20, 2022 1:53 PM | Joanne Rau (Administrator)

    We are an independent internal medicine office located in Brighton looking for a full-time secretary with competitive salary and benefits. 

    Monday through Friday, no weekends or holidays.

    Previous medical office experience is required including EHR experience. 

    Pay is competitive and commensurate with experience. 

    Although we have five physicians and one NP in our office, this position works only for one physician.

    Interested parties can submit their resumes by email to: info@imbrighton.com


  • Friday, May 20, 2022 11:36 AM | Detta Robinson

    Job Title         Billing Specialist II

    Primary Function     Under the supervision of the Business and Operations Manager, the Billing Specialist II primary duties include, but are not limited to consistent follow up on unpaid claims, posting of insurance payments and adjustments while identifying inconsistencies. Maintaining current knowledge of billing requirements and procedures.

                Billing Duties

    *          Accurate posting of electronic/manual payments and adjustments.

    *          Work aged A/R to ensure monthly expectations are met.

    *          Timely follow up on all insurance claim denials, exceptions, or exclusions.

    *          Effective submission of appeals and grievances to ensure maximum entitled reimbursement.

    *          Reading and interpreting insurance explanation of benefits.

    *          Respond to inquiries from insurance companies, patients, and providers

    *          Understanding and utilization of Insurance websites for insurance verification and claim adjustments as needed to process claims.

                *          Perform to company standards of compliance with policies and procedures.

    *          Work aged A/R

    *          Report to Manager any issues that need to be addressed.

    Required Skills

    *          Computer experience necessary, including but not limited to Microsoft Excel and Word and practice management software (MEDENT preferred).

    *          Payor website familiarity, Excellus, MVP, Epaces, etc.

    *          Excellent written and verbal communication skills.

    *          Ability to multi-task, with strong organizational, time management and critical thinking skills.

    *          Ability to work self-directed while part of a team.

    *          Possess strong interpersonal skills to work with providers, staff, patients and vendors.  

    *          Attend and participate in all appropriate staff meetings. Provide information as appropriate to create/continue a positive working environment.

    *          Minimum of 3 years medical billing experience

    *          CMC, CPC a plus.


  • Monday, May 16, 2022 3:53 PM | Kathleen Cruickshank (Administrator)


    Full-time job opening at WGCA.  Job description attached. If you are interested, please forward a copy of your resume to csweeney@wgcaobgyn.com or dpitt@wgcaobgyn.com  

    WOMEN GYNECOLOGY & CHILDBIRTH ASSOCIATES, P.C.

    DEPARTMENT:  Business Department

    REPORTS TO:  Practice Administrator

    FLSA STATUSExempt

    SUMMARY: This position is responsible for leading and planning the billing operations for a multi-person department.  The individual is responsible for designing, implementing and enforcing policies and procedures, as well as streamlining effective billing processes across multiple markets. This position is highly visible and requires a strong leader with the ability to prioritize, plan and direct the department.

    QUALIFICATIONS:

    • Preferred Education:   College degree in business, healthcare, accounting or finance or equivalent of education and experience required
    • Preferred Experience:  Coding certification a plus, 3-5 years billing, preferably in Ob/Gyn; experience using Medent 
    • Special Skills: Preferred experience in Ob/Gyn, basic keyboarding and computer skills, ability to multi-task
    • Physical Demands:  Prolonged periods of sitting, some standing, walking and some lifting; extensive keyboarding; heavy phone use

    RESPONSIBILITIES & DUTIES:

    • ·        Oversee and streamline billing and collections processes
    • ·        Exhibit excellent communication skills both written and verbal, and interpersonal skills
    • ·        Responsible for timely end of day closing of the billing group information
    • ·        Plan and implement quality assurance for all processes
    • ·        Special program/billing planning and implementation
    • ·        Personnel development; staff meetings
    • ·        Field problem escalation and customer service
    • ·        Responsible for self-pay collections cycle, communicate directly with physicians for past due accounts
    • ·        Work with credentialing to ensure correct enrollment of providers
    • ·        Work directly with clinical managers to optimize billing processes
    • ·        Keep in tune with changes and advancements in the Ob/Gyn specialty
    • ·        Track payments to make sure correct reimbursement is received/received on time
    • ·        Conduct audits periodically for correct billing and reimbursement
    • ·        Actively work with payer representatives for billing issues
    • ·        Demonstrate the ability to manage multiple projects concurrently
    • ·        Perform miscellaneous job-related duties as assigned

    WORKING ENVIRONMENT:

    Work is normally performed in a typical interior office setting with moderate noise level. Exposure is to the usual medical office hazards and diseases. It is a group practice (physicians, midwives, PA’s, NP’s) seeing an average of 80-160 patients per day.

     

    VALUES:

    Maintains patient confidentiality and respect for all individuals in the practice. Conducts work in a team-oriented fashion.


  • Monday, May 16, 2022 3:26 PM | Kathleen Cruickshank (Administrator)

    Full-time job opening at WGCA.  Job description attached. If you are interested, please forward a copy of your resume to csweeney@wgcaobgyn.com or dpitt@wgcaobgyn.com  

    Women Gynecology & Childbirth Associates, PC

    JOB DESCRIPTION

    DEPARTMENT:  Clinical Department

    REPORTS TO:  Clinical Supervisor/ Administration Manager

    FLSA STATUS:  Non-Exempt

    SUMMARY:

    Provides comprehensive nursing care to meet the needs of the patient under the direction of physicians, within the scope of practice as set forth by the New York State Department of Education.  An RN staff nurse must be able to prioritize, multi-task and accept responsibility for following protocols of practice set forth by the physicians, while effectively managing their time.  Flexibility and adaptability are essential to meet fluctuation demands. The RN must be able to function as a team member of a multi-disciplinary patient care team.

    QUALIFICATIONS:

    • Preferred Education:  Graduate of an accredited School of Nursing
    • Required Licensure/Certifications: Current New York State Registered Nurse license
    • Preferred Experience: 1-2 years of nursing experience
    • Special Skills: Preferred experience as per practice specialty, basic keyboarding and computer skills, ability to multi-task
    • Physical Demands: Requires full range of body motion including handling and lifting of patients, manual and finger dexterity and eye-hand coordination.  Involves standing and walking.  May be required to lift up to 50 lbs, assisting devices or other assistance recommended.  Requires normal vision and hearing.

    RESPONSIBILITIES & DUTIES:

    • 1.     Render professional nursing services in the treatment and care of patients in accordance with provider orders and the NYS Department of Health
    • 2.     Prepares patients for examination by physician.  Captures all vital signs and other key indicators as directed utilizing universal precautions, escorts patient to examination room.
    • 3.     Documents patient’s history including lab work and medications.
    • 4.     Assists physician with examination and treatment as needed.
    • 5.     Triages telephone calls, assesses needs and directs patients accordingly.
    • 6.     Supervises the work of employees in supporting clinical roles.
    • 7.     Participates in program development and in development and implementation of operating policies and procedures.
    • 8.     Represents the practice through appropriate and professional communications skills, while demonstrating concern for the patient and their right to excellent medical care.
    • 9.     Ensures proper care in the use and maintenance of equipment and supplies; promotes continuous improvement of workplace safety and environmental practices.
    • 10.  Delivery of patient education with confirmation of patient understanding
    • 11.  Utilizes all aspects of electronic medical records
    • 12.  Performs miscellaneous job-related duties as assigned.

    WORKING ENVIRONMENT:

    Work is normally performed in a typical interior office setting with moderate noise level. Exposure is to the usual medical office hazards and diseases. It is a private group practice with 6 Physicians seeing an average of 80-120 patients per day.

     

    VALUES:

    Maintains patient confidentiality and respect for all individuals in the practice. Conducts work in a team-oriented fashion.

    EMPLOYMENT ACKNOWLEDGEMENT:

    This job description is intended to describe the essential job functions of this position and is not intended to be an all-inclusive statement of job responsibilities.

  • Monday, May 09, 2022 4:26 PM | Kathleen Cruickshank (Administrator)

    Data Entry/Revenue Cycle Billing Assistant

    Reports to:  Accounting Manager

    Location: Canandaigua/Newark

    Overview:

    The Data Entry/Billing Assistant is responsible for entering medical and surgical encounters following patient visits to The Eye Care Center.  She/he will be responsible for aging of claims and working with insurance companies to resolve claim issues.  She/he will be responsible for reviewing the coming day’s credit and balances list.  She/he will be back up for posting insurance & personal patient information. 

    Primary Functions:

    • Enter medical and optical encounters through Chart Central within 24 hours of visit whenever possible.
    • Post personal payments and insurance payments to patient accounts.
    • Be responsible for personal cash out daily with understanding of daily closeout process.
    • Respond to/answer all requests for medical records for pre-payment reviews, post-payment reviews and audits when received.
    • Attend coding seminars to further understand CPT, ICD-10 and HCPCS coding as necessary.
    • Scan any and all remittances or other financial paperwork to appropriate folders.
    • Cross train for coverage of other accounting positions.
    • Answer telephone and retrieve hunt group messages.
    • Work assigned insurance companies open/unpaid claims and submit adjustments as necessary.
    • Participate in month end closing procedures and reports.
    • All other assigned duties.

    Performance expectations:

    • Enter all encounters within 24 hours unless research is required or dictation needed.
    • Working aging of claims 1-3 days a week.
    • Complete scanning weekly.
    • Obtain certification as assigned by accounting manager.
    • Answer phone calls before 3rd ring.

    Minimum requirements:

    • Minimum of 1 year experience in physician office billing setting
    • Certification for Medical Biller or Professional Coder (CPC, CBCS, CMC, OCS)
    • Knowledge of CPT, ICD-10 and HCPCS coding systems.
    • Knowledge of medical practice management system, preferably Medent.
    • Knowledge of Windows / Microsoft Word.
    • Knowledge of medical terminology, ophthalmic and optometric terms is preferred.
    • High level of productivity.
    • Knowledge of area insurance plans/carriers.
    • Ability to work as a team player and cooperate with fellow staff and managers.
    • Willingness to put the good of the practice ahead of personal concerns.

    To apply, contact Michelle Wheeler at MichelleW@eyecarectr.com.


  • Wednesday, May 04, 2022 10:54 AM | Joanne Rau (Administrator)

    Tomaino Orthopaedic Care is a private upper extremity orthopaedic practice located in Brighton looking for a full-time secretary with competitive salary and benefits. 

    Monday through Friday, no weekends, and no holidays.

    Previous medical office experience is necessary.  Medent experience is ideal but not required.  Job would include scheduling appointments, surgery authorization, workers compensation authorization.

    Pay is competitive and commensurate with experience. 

    This is a small office where you would work closely with 2 other staff as well as one physician.

    If you are interested, please forward resume to Amy Tomaino amy@drtomaino.com


  • Wednesday, May 04, 2022 10:49 AM | Joanne Rau (Administrator)

    Job Type

    Full-time

    Description

    The Community Health RN is responsible for a team based nursing approach to managing patient needs. This RN will provide care coordination, advocacy, coaching and education for patients that are at risk for hospital admissions or ER visits. This nurse will also assess, manage and support patients, provide appropriate documentation and work collaboratively with the entire health care team. Direct patient care will give the RNs the opportunity to work to their full scope of patient care. Our goal as an organization is to have a team of RNs at each location working together to give our patients the best quality care for both chronic conditions and preventative measures, as well as improve quality measures for Oak Orchard Health.

    Job Responsibilities:

    •     Identify patients with high risk for adverse health outcomes, establish relationships with these patients to enable effective intervention and support. Create goals with patients and develop plan of care.
    •     Identify barriers of care to high risk patients, implement care plans with patients to provide self­ management and support interventions. Optimize patient access to needed services through insurance and other benefits.
    •      Facilitate effective transition of care through the provision of comprehensive follow up to in-patient and skilled nursing admission when discharged home. Provide patient education in regard to discharge instructions and medication questions.
    •     Promote health maintenance in high risk population patient panel, and participate as a member of the Care Team. Work with outside agencies and providers to share patient information for best health outcomes.
    •      Assess incoming phone calls and walk-in patients needing triage.
    •      Assess and provide follow up for patient ED and UC visits.
    •      Assist in population health efforts focusing on preventative care and chronic condition management. 
    •      Monitor patients on chronic anticoagulation therapy.
    •      Work in RN capacity to facilitate community outreach efforts such as vaccine clinics and direct patient care in the clinical setting.
    •      Provide culturally competent interventions based on patient assessment and identified cultural needs.
    •      Perform other duties as assigned.

    Supervisory Responsibility:

    •      Delegate tasks to LPNs as appropriate when operating under non-patient specific standing orders

    Requirements

    Skills/ Qualifications:

    •      Excellent communication skills and ability to form collaborative partnerships across all service settings
    •      Working knowledge of the provision of health care in a variety of settings
    •      Knowledge of community resources preferable
    •      Ability to engage and build relationships with patients
    •      Ability to prioritize workload and assess the need for collaboration with the health care team
    •      Basic computer literacy skills, with competence in Microsoft Office products such as Work, Excel, Outlook and PowerPoint, and experience working in an electronic health record (EHR)
    •      Ability to assimilate new information and technologies into daily work
    •      Bilingual desired but not required
    •      Flexibility in schedule - some evenings and weekends may be required

    Required Education and Experience:

    •      Graduate of an approved school of nursing with RN license to practice in NYS. Must maintain a current and valid registration certificate
    •      2-3 years' experience in Primary Care, inpatient or outpatient Internal Medicine/Family Medicine, Public Health, Case Management, or related field
    •      Current certification in Basic Life Support for Healthcare Providers or equivalent


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  • Wednesday, May 04, 2022 10:45 AM | Joanne Rau (Administrator)

    Job Type

    Full-time, Part-time

    Description

    Provide full scope of  primary care services, which fall under his/her field of training under the supervision  of a Primary Care Physician including but not limited to diagnosis, treatment, coordination of care, preventative care and health maintenance to patie nts. In addition, a Physician Assistant is a member of the Oak Orchard Health Care Team. As a lead clinical member of the Care Team interacts with other care team members that promotes trust and mutual respect among all team members. They must be cognizant of, and comply with, all Oak Orchard Health policies and procedures, as well as pertinent state and federal regulations.

    Job Responsibilities:

    •   Under supervision of MD/DO leads the Care Team in medical decision making.
    •   Perform HPI and physical examinations.
    •   Diagnose and direct counseling for each patient on a plan for treatment 
    •   Prescribe medication in accordance with New York State statute and professional practice guidelines.
    •   Perform minor surgical procedures.
    •   Generate referral for patients requiring services outside the scope of direct primary care.
    •   Evaluates patient related data (incoming reports, telephone encounters, messages, labs, diagnostic imaging, EKG) and directs follow-up in a timely manner.
    •   Completes timely and accurate chart documentation (as outlined in employment contract).
    •   Adhere to Oak Orchard Health scheduling guidelines and productivity standards.
    •   Participate in staff outreach and off-site health care programs in the Oak Orchard Health service area as assigned by the Chief Medical Director.
    •   Comply with the Oak Orchard Health Infection Control plan, which includes personally utilizing universal precautions. Ensure compliance by support staff. 
    •   Participate in peer review, assigned quality assurance projects.
    •   Regularly participates in departmental, provider, staff and other meetings as assigned.
    •   Assist in updating Oak Orchard Health protocols and principles of practice as requested .
    •   Assist in outside medical public relations functions.
    •    Must maintain an unrestricted license to practice medicine in the State of New York including, but not limited to, all applicable narcotics licensure (including DEA) required for the full exercise of medical staff membership and clinical privileges at Oak Orchard Health.
    •   Maintain board certification in area of specialty.
    •   Utilize CME to remain updated on evidence based primary care.
    •   Any other reasonable requests by management.

    Requirements

    Skills/Qualifications:

    •   Must be able to work a flexible schedule.
    •   Commitment to creating a positive team environment and working effectively with others.
    •   Understand and maintain HIPAA confidentiality.

    • Required Education and Experience:
    •   Current New York State medical license.
    •   Current DEA certification.
    •   Board eligible or board certified. If board eligible at time of hire, must be board certified
    •   within 18 months of hire date.
    •   Current CPR certification.

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  • Wednesday, May 04, 2022 10:40 AM | Joanne Rau (Administrator)

    Job Type

    Full-time

    Brockport, NY• Medical

    Description

    The LPN will work as a member of the Clinical Care Team, assisting medical providers in direct patient care and maintaining processes that result in efficient, high quality nursing and medical care.

    Job Responsibilities:

    •      Maintains patient flow by preparing patients for their visits with providers. Assists Providers in responding to patient needs related to medications, lab results, procedures, preventative/health maintenance measures.
    •      Perform pre-visit planning: Utilize software tools (eg Azara) and chart review to anticipate health maintenance, preventive and chronic care needs of each day's scheduled patients and assess where acute visits may be accommodated; Huddles as needed with providers, care managers and other care team members (Patient Engagement, PSRs).
    •      Room/Prepare patients for provider visit: height/weight, vitals, med reconciliation, verify allergies, social history/smoking status, verify pharmacy, prepare refills; Follow health maintenance and chronic care protocols and enter as appropriate into chart/alert provider/provide to patient (eg mammogram req, colonoscopy referrals, FIT test kits); Set up room/prepare patient as appropriate for procedures/examinations; chaperone visit as needed; prepare consent forms, screening forms, smartforms, paperwork as needed.
    •      Performs in-house labs (lead, cholesterol, strep tests, urine, pregnancy tests, hemoglobin a1c) and

    procedures (eg EKG, peak flow meter) in accordance with standard nursing practice and/or health maintenance/chronic care protocols.

    •      Prepare lab specimens to be sent to the lab (DrugScan, biopsy, PAP, etc.)
    •      Provide age and patient appropriate screenings (eg Hearing/vision screening, PAM/Patient Activation Measure) and document/report as appropriate.
    •      Medication refill requests: review medlist/chart/dosing, check I-STOP (Prescription Monitoring

    System), load into EHR field for provider.

    •      Administer vaccines, injections, PPDs in accordance with standard nursing protocols and document appropriately (including NYSIIS).
    •      Answer and document phone calls from patients, pharmacies, etc.in accordance with HIPAA regulations .
    •      Provide nurse visits for patients: eg, blood pressure checks, allergy injections, vaccines and correctly and consistently reassign nurse visits to that day's appropriate on site provider.
    •      Clean exam rooms between each patient and as necessary.
    •      Stock exam rooms consistently and appropriately to maintain efficiency, quality and safety for patients and staff.
    •      Preload new patient clinical chart information/history: Immunizations, Medications, Problem Lists, Past Medical/Social/Family history.
    •      Complete paperwork as needed for Providers/patients.
    •     Initiates and completes all parts of medication prior-authorization requests based on insurance requirements.
    •      Perform family medicine/pediatric ED recalls.
    •      Perform machine/POCT controls in accordance with manufacturer recommendations/industry standards.
    •     Maintain accurate and pertinent documentation in EHR according to guidelines in "Documentation of the Patient Record".
    •      Any other reasonable requests from management.

    Requirements Requirements Skills/ Qualifications

    •      Ability to work with a diverse patient population
    •      Experience with EMR systems
    •      Excellent attention to detail
    •      Ability to communicate both written and verbally Required Education and Experience:
    •      Graduate of an accredited program for Licensed Practical Nurse with a current valid license to

    practice nursing in New York State.

    •      One year of experience in a nursing role

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  • Tuesday, May 03, 2022 12:02 PM | Joanne Rau (Administrator)

    Job Type

    Full-time

    Description

    **Please note this position is located in Lyndonville, New York

    Position Summary:

    The LPN will work as a member of the Clinical Care Team, assisting medical providers in direct patient care and maintaining processes that result in efficient, high quality nursing and medical care. This position will support both the Lyndonville and Medina (opening soon) Oak Orchard sites.

    Job Responsibilities:

    •      Maintains patient flow by preparing patients for their visits with providers. Assists Providers in responding to patient needs related to medications, lab results, procedures, preventative/health maintenance measures.
    •      Perform pre-visit planning: Utilize software tools (eg Azara) and chart review to anticipate health maintenance, preventive and chronic care needs of each day's scheduled patients and assess where acute visits may be accommodated; Huddles as needed with providers, care managers and other care team members (Patient Engagement, PSRs).
    •      Room/Prepare patients for provider visit:height/weight, vitals, med reconciliation, verify allergies, social history/smoking status, verify pharmacy, prepare refills; Follow health maintenance and chronic care protocols and enter as appropriate into chart/alert provider/provide to patient (eg mammogram req, colonoscopy referrals, FIT test kits); Set up room/prepare patient as appropriate for procedures/examinations; chaperone visit as needed; prepare consent forms, screening forms, smartforms, paperwork as needed.
    •      Performs in-house labs (lead, cholesterol, strep tests, urine, pregnancy tests, hemoglobin a1c) and procedures (eg EKG, peak flow meter) in accordance with standard nursing practice and/or health maintenance/chronic care protocols.
    •      Prepare lab specimens to be sent to the lab (DrugScan, biopsy, PAP, etc.)
    •      Provide age and patient appropriate screenings (eg Hearing/vision screening, PAM/Patient Activation Measure) and document/report as appropriate.
    •      Medication refill requests: review medlist/chart/dosing, check I-STOP (Prescription Monitoring System), load into EHR field for provider.
    •      Administer vaccines, injections, PPDs in accordance with standard nursing protocols and document appropriately (including NYSIIS) .
    •      Answer and document phone calls from patients, pharmacies, etc.in accordance with HIPAA regulations .
    •      Provide nurse visits for pat ients : eg, blood pressure checks, allergy injections, vaccines and correctly and consistently reassign nurse visits to that day's appropriate on site provider.
    •      Preload new patient clinical chart information/history: Immunizations, Medications, Problem Lists, Past Medical/Social/Family history.
    •      Initiates and completes all parts of medication prior-authorization requests based on insurance requirem ents.
    •      Perform family medicine/pediatric ED recalls.
    •      Perform machine/POCT controls in accordance with manufacturer recommendations/industry stan dar ds.
    •      Document refrigerator/freezer temps twice a day.
    •      Check expiration dates: injections, medications, samples, instruments and supplies.
    •      Sanitize instruments after using .
    •      Monthly job duties (specific to each nurse) .
    •      Maintain accurate and pertinent documentation in EHR according to guidelines in "Documentation of the Patient Record".
    •      Keep work area neat and tidy.
    •      Participate in monthly nursing staff meetings and any other staff meetings within the organization.
    •      Adhere to all Oak Orchard policies and procedures.
    •      Any other reasonable requests from management.

    Requirements

    Skills / Qualifications:

    •      Ability to work with a diverse patient population
    •      Experience with EMR systems
    •      Excellent attention to detail
    •      Ability to communicate both written and verbally

    Required Education and Experience:

    •      Graduate of an accredited program for Licensed Practical Nurse with a current valid license to practice nursing in New York State.
    •      One year of experience in a nursing role.
    •      Team player
    •      Must be comfortable working in a busy office environment


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