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PRACTICE ADMINISTRATOR – Eastern Shore of Maryland in Easton and Cambridge

Full-time position located on the Eastern Shore of Maryland in Easton and Cambridge.  Busy optometric practice, comprised of two locations with boutique optical galleries, is recruiting a dynamic leader who will engage our Team to expand our practice and delight loyal patients.

Candidate must be friendly, highly organized and have demonstrated success in developing people and driving consensus. Strong technology skills and enjoyment of an energetic & diverse workplace are essential. A Bachelor’s degree is required with a minimum of 5 years of leadership experience that confirms progressing levels of responsibility.  Master’s Degree in Business or Health Services Management and/or Certified Medical Practice Executive (CMPE) credential are highly preferred. 

Position offers competitive wage commensurate with experience and robust benefit package. Expanding practice offers opportunity for accelerated achievement. We are a team-oriented practice and very selective in our hiring. People developers forward your resume for prompt consideration. 

Email: [email protected]
Call/Text: Greg Bartoo @ 410-924-8977
Visit our online office

Posted 9/23/19

Medical Office Manager - Paul T Barbera MD PA

Job Description
Seeking a responsible Medical Office Manager to oversee the administration of a well-established independent primary care practice with two office locations in Baltimore, Maryland.
This a permanent full-time position for a motivated and skilled individual.

- Oversee billing operations - including but not limited to tracking the timely and appropriate verification of insurance, charge capture, deposits to the bank, A/R follow-up, denial management and patient statement follow-up. This oversight will be in conjunction with our third-party billing provider.
- Manage human resources procedures including hiring, training, annual employee reviews, scheduling, supervision, staff leave authorizations and tracking accruals, and compliance.
- Establish and maintain Practice policies, inclusive of writing and updating all forms and notifications, clinical policies and workflow, financial policies related to patients and HIPAA compliance.
- Serve as primary point of contact with Practice vendors, including, but not limited to, the accounting firm, the IT group, EMR/PM vendor, phlebotomist, counselor, and any other outside consultants.
- Maintain supply inventory and office equipment in both administrative and clinical areas.
- Spearhead all EMR related activities, updates, repairs, training and reporting.
- Track all Practice and Physician licenses, certifications, credentialing, ADA and all other compliance and payer re-credentialing and insurance renewals

Desired Skills
- Familiarity with CAQH and all aspects of billing, including the posting and running of physician reports
- Ability to establish and maintain effective interpersonal relationships with all levels of personnel, medical staff and community representatives
- Excellent communication both written and verbal
- Strong leadership skills
- Strong organizational skills with the ability to analyze office workflows and make high-level recommendations

Bachelor's degree in Healthcare Administration, Business Management or other closely related field is required.
- Must have at least three (3) years of prior experience in a supervisory role in a healthcare setting five (5) years preferred

Apply to/at: [email protected]

Posted 9/3/19

Data Quality Control Analyst - Medusind


Compile and process physician billing data

  • Accountable for client status, 100% patient capture, and internal/external quality
  • Daily Clean Claim effort: research, corrections, improvements/edits
  • Ensure all batches are received from facilities
  • Provide feedback to business partners and train their staff for all processes: Batch Prep, Medical Coding, and Data Entry
  • Perform extensive Quality Audits (Error Research and Corrections)
  • Interact with third parties, clients and vendors
  • Prepare Client Report Cards
  • Provide team coverage
  • Perform Registration, Data Entry and Rekeys, as needed
  • Perform document scanning
  • Handle phone calls to/from patients, insurance carriers and clients (inbound & outbound)
  • Process out-going paper claims
  • Work clearinghouse rejections
  • Retrieve EOB's for secondary insurances
  • Ensure workflow is on par; monitor and report progress; advise Manager of issues
  • Respond to patient and insurance correspondence
  • Process account corrections and adjustments
  • Retrieve and handle voice mail phone messages
  • Identify and resolve billing/reimbursement issues
  • Produce, review, and correct collector write-off reports
  • Projects: Participates as needed in projects requested by manager and/or clients and completes them as assigned
  • Other duties as assigned

Skills & Requirements:

  • ·Minimum of one year Healthcare experience in medical coding and claim processing
  • · Ability to manage day-to-day workload and assist team members as needed
  • · Ability to work well within a team environment
  • · Ability to contend with and communicate professionally with patients, insurance companies, associates, management and clients
  • · Possess excellent problem solving skills, be highly efficient and able to motivate others
  • · Possess a positive work ethic and strong job focus
  • · High level of proficiency with multiple applications including, but not limited to, MS Office, with the ability to quickly pick up new systems
  • · Acute attention to detail and quality
  • · Strong math and analytical skills
  • · Ability to organize workload and work independently
  • · Ability to work overtime, when needed
  • · Ability to interpret information on EOB's and correspondence
  • · Knowledge of billing system and general accounting principles; strong conceptual understanding of billing and collection processes
  • · Excellent written, verbal, and typing skills
  • · Experience with quality analysis, clean claim processing and outsourcing, preferred
  • Experience with EMR/EHR implementation and processing preferred

For more information and to apply:

Posted 8/28/19

Audit and Resolution Representative - Medusind


  • Identify and resolve billing/reimbursement issues
  • Process out-going claims
  • Work denials, rejections, and errors
  • Process patient and insurance correspondence
  • Handle incoming and outgoing telephone calls and voicemails with patients and insurance companies
  • Work various reports such as, but not limited to: Pre-collections, A/R Follow-up, Errors and No-print Reports
  • Accounts Receivables and patient account management and follow-up
  • Complete additional projects and responsibilities as assigned


  • Minimum of 2 Years Healthcare experience
  • Ability to interpret information on EOB’s and correspondence
  • Ability to work independently and efficiently contend with and communicate professionally with patients, clients, and insurance companies
  • Excellent problem solving skills
  • Ability to work well within a team environment
  • Efficient in Excel and Word
  • Experience with clients and or specialty
  • Excellent customer service
  • Ability to identify and resolve program issues with suggestions for enhancement

For more information and to apply:

Posted: 8/28/19

Chief Executive Officer

Virginia Ear, Nose & Throat, with Virginia ENT Surgery Center, is recruiting for an experienced, energetic senior manager to assume the role of Chief Executive Officer. Virginia ENT has 4 clinical offices, a 2-room AAAHC accredited surgery center and 2 IAC accredited CT scanners. The practice has 12 physicians, a nurse practitioner, 11 audiologists, 3 physical therapists and 2 PT assistants to provide comprehensive ENT, audiology, allergy, balance and other services to patients.

Qualified candidates will have a strong financial acumen (knowledge of Quickbooks is highly desirable) and data analysis skills, an in depth understanding of IT networks, excellent critical thinking skills and experience with operations and strategic planning.

Responsibilities of the position include, but are not limited to:
• Managing the fiscal environment for the PC, the Surgery Center and the LLC;
• Monitoring and negotiating insurance contracts in relation to the practice and the surgery center;
• Managing the IT/Data Network, with vendor partners, including a VoIP phone system, on site servers, and Allscripts EMR and Practice Management;
• Overseeing all operational and human resource issues;
• Working collaboratively with Board of Directors on all Governance issues related to the 3 organizational entities

Qualifications: The requirements listed below are representative of the experience, knowledge, and skills required for the position.
• Masters degree in Health Administration, Business Administration or a related field or equivalent training and experience
• At least five (5) years of experience in senior level management in a healthcare setting, preferably in a medical practice, preferably with a surgery center
• At least three (3) years of experience in financial management
• Experience with data analysis, credentialing, strategic planning and quality improvement
• Understanding of MIPS
• Proficient with Excel, Powerpoint, Word, and QuickBooks

Virginia ENT has an excellent benefit package including health/dental/STD/LTD/life insurance and a defined benefit and defined contribution (401(k)) Profit Sharing) retirement plan.

To learn more about Virginia ENT visit our website at

Interested, qualified candidates should submit their resumes to [email protected].

Posted 8/20/19

Practice Operations Manager

The Primary Care Division of Children’s National Health System, (CP & A) Children’s Pediatricians and Associates is actively seeking a Practice Operations Manager to join our dynamic and growing medical group. Children's Pediatricians & Associates has more than 50 providers (Board Certified Physicians in Pediatrics) in several locations, providing patient care in Montgomery, Prince George's, and Charles counties in Maryland and Washington, D.C. Our locations in the nation’s capital afford us a unique position to serve as an advocate for children, which we do on both the national and local levels as ambassadors for children. We take a team approach to caring for children in their communities. We are committed to providing a family-centered approach to care for our patients and their communities.

The Practice Operations Manager will manage the day-to-day operations of the CP&A Gaithersburg Pediatric Primary Care Clinic. They will be responsible for the coordination and assignment of tasks to support staff, supervision of staff performance, ensure efficient and cost effective operations; as well as, to implement practice and corporate goals, objectives, and policies & procedures. Additionally, they will proactively engage in service excellence, business planning, and financial management with the leadership team.

• Must have 5 years of related and progressive experience in healthcare/practice setting
• 2 years of supervisory experience required
• Bachelor’s Degree

• Benefits
o Competitive Salary
o Comprehensive Benefits Package, includes medical, dental, vision, 401(K)

A cover letter detailing relevant experience and CV (with contact information of references) should be sent to Renita Shaw, at [email protected]

Posted 7/29/19

Office Manager Job Announcement

Internal Medical Practice located in Glen Dale, MD and Washington, DC is seeking to hire a hands on Office Manager to oversee practice operations and expand practice. Office Manager will work alongside physician and mid-level provider in a small practice collegial family environment.

EMR/PM software super user. Proficiency in financial management to include budgeting, A/P, and reporting. Knowledge of compliance standards to include: OSHA, CLIA, and HIPAA. Willing to pitch in on front office operations. Superior organizational skills.

Full-time. Reports to Physician Owner. Manages operations and travel between two practice locations. Assist Physician Owner with practice expansion by implementing grassroots outreach and online presence. Assist Physician with quality and cost measures by overseeing participation in Primary Care incentive programs. Oversee HR, payroll and small staff. Oversee outsourced billing company using knowledge of payer reimbursement guidelines to ensure compliance and revenue optimization. Oversee optimization of EMR use to ensure practice workflow efficiency; currently using eClinical Works. Manage practice schedules and patient visit throughput. Facilities and equipment management; working alongside respective vendors. Serves as Privacy and Security Officer.

Competitive compensation package to include employer sponsored benefits, paid time off, and reimbursement for professional development.

Please send cover letter, resume and salary request to: [email protected] or fax to
(301) 249-8511. EOE/M/F/D/V. No solicitations.

Posted 7/29/19

Medical Front Office Assistant for a Primary Care Office

We are looking for a full-time medical front office assistant for a solo primary care physician's office who isn't afraid to wear multiple hats. We are a small office and each person is capable of doing other jobs that may not necessarily be their own. This individual would be responsible for answering incoming phone calls and making outgoing phone calls, scheduling patient appointments, greeting patients with a warm and welcoming personality  as they come into the office, verifying patient insurance cards, and updating demographic information. The front office assistant would need to have knowledge of medical terminology and familiarity with insurance companies. Experience with Medical Mastermind is a plus. Reliable transportation is mandatory.

Applicants may forward resumes with coverletters to Angie at [email protected]

Posted 7/25/19

Front Office Medical Receptionist (GB)

Maryland Primary Care Physicians
General Summary of Duties
: Greet, instruct, direct, and schedule patients and visitors Serve as a liaison between patients, medical support staff, providers, and the public. Maintain excellent customer service skills. Check in patients, verify and update necessary information in the Company’s electronic medical records system. Must have the ability to handle payments and follow cash control policies as established by the company. Assist patients with ambulatory difficulties. Ensure correct insurance coverage information. Answer telephones, screens calls, takes messages, and provide information as needed. File, coordinate lab work, physician reports, etc., as needed. Screen visitors and respond to routine requests for information. Understand OSHA and HIPAA regulations and requirements. Maintain work area and waiting room in neat and orderly manner. Open, date, and distribute incoming mail. Maintain patient confidentiality.

Education: High school diploma or equivalent.

• One year experience, preferably in a medical office setting.
• Certified Medical Assistant (preferred)
• Knowledge of medical terminology desirable and medical coding.
• Word processing and computer experience.

Posted 6/24/19

Certified Medical Assistant (GB)

Maryland Primary Care Physicians: Must have clinical experience, excellent patient relations, strong attention to detail and stellar communication and customer service skills. Must possess proficiency working with computers or Electronic Medical Records, skill in diagnostic procedures, patient care, and clinical administrative procedures. Medical Assistant is responsible for triage, administrative work, and back office duties.

Must be certified.

Required license or certification:
• RMA or CCMA or CMA Required

Posted 6/24/19

Front Office Medical Receptionist (AMills)

Front Office Medical Receptionist wanted for Maryland Primary Care Physicians in Hanover, MD.
We have an immediate need for a well trained medical professional who is polished, friendly, and a team-player. We offer a competitive salary, great benefits, and a good team environment.

The ideal candidate must have:
- At least one to two years of medical office experience
- Strong organizational, communication, and multitasking skills
- Works well with patients, staff, and physicians
- Professional demeanor
- Punctual and dependable
- Passionate about delivering exceptional patient care

POSITION SUMMARY:The Front Office Medical Receptionist will have frequent contact with patients, referral sources, and medical providers. Responsibilities include greeting patients, scheduling new and follow up appointments, patient check in and check out, verifies and updates information as necessary, collection and posting of patient co-pays, deductibles, or coinsurance, distributing / filing of medical records, use / maintain office equipment, HIPAA compliance. This individual will work closely with other staff members to ensure proper office flow.
EXPERIENCE:One to two years work experience in a medical office setting. Knowledge of Epic EMR, medical terminology, front desk tasks, and computer experience required.
SKILLS:The Front Office Medical Receptionist should possess excellent oral and written communication skills, proper telephone etiquette, typing, and computer / office equipment knowledge. The Medical Front Office Receptionist must convey an impression reflecting favorably on the practice, comply with all policies and procedures of the practice, organize and manage time wisely, and demonstrate superior customer service skills.

This is an excellent full time career opportunity that includes:
- Competitive salary
- Health, Dental, and Vision Benefits
- Paid Holidays
- Paid Vacation
- Retirement Plan
- Rotating Saturday schedule
- Professional Growth

• College preferred, High School acceptable

Hours per week:
• 40 hours

Posted 6/24/19

CMA - Call Center Representative (ANN)

The Annapolis location of Maryland Primary Care Physicians: Must have experience in a fast paced medical environment. Have exceptional customer service skills, excellent communications skills to schedule appointments, attention to detail and possess a good work ethic. Proficiency working with computers is a must.

Two (2) years of experience in a healthcare setting.

Job Type: Full Time

Posted 6/24/19

CMA/Phlebotomist-Lab (ANN)

The Annapolis location of Maryland Primary Care Physicians: Must have clinical experience, excellent patient relations, strong attention to detail and stellar communication and customer service skills. Must possess proficiency working with computers or Electronic Medical Records, skill in diagnostic procedures, patient care, and clinical administrative procedures. Medical Assistant is responsible for triage, administrative work, and back office duties.

Must be certified.

*Required Pediatric lab experience*
Full time - 7 am to 3:30 pm, M - F

Posted 6/24/19

Clinical Coordinator (ANN)

The Annapolis location of Maryland Primary Care Physicians is seeking a fulltime Clinical Coordinator to join our back office operations team. The position is responsible for assisting the Practice Manager with maintaining the standards of care, coordinating operations, running the population health programs and supervising personnel. The clinical coordinator will collaborate closely with physicians and administrative supervisors.

Job responsibilities include but are not limited to:
• Maintaining established policies and procedures, objectives, quality and patient care
• Addressing patients concerns promptly, utilizing customer service skills. Makes recommendations for and/or implements resolution as determined necessary
• Maintaining a safe, comfortable and caring environment for patients and families in accordance with facility standards
• Managing the transitional care program
• Actively identifying and inputting health maintenance data
• Performs outreach to close gaps of care
• Participate in meetings and trainings pertaining to population health
• Regularly meeting with Practice Manager to establish ongoing goals and objectives.
• Overseeing back office staff
• Facilitating ordering medical supplies within budget
• Checking room conditions on a consistent basis
• Maintaining equipment in lab and exam rooms
• Maintaining compliance
• Managing vaccine inventory
• Assisting with difficult patients and emergent situations
• Other duties as assigned

• Bachelor’s degree preferred
• 3-5 years of experience as a Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN), or Registered Nurse (RN)
• Current RN or LPN required
• EMR experience (preferably in Epic)
• Previous supervisory experience
• Excellent communication and customer service skills
• Attention to detail and able to multitask

Posted 6/24/19


FT/PT opportunity for a board eligible or board certified pediatrician to join a busy, well-established two doctor, three nurse practitioner private practice in Bel Air, Maryland. Great opportunity to work in a positive, friendly and caring environment. Must have active Maryland license, DEA and CDS. No hospital rounds, and only one night/week and 1:5 weekend call. Join us as we continue to grow and serve our families in the community, where we have been voted “Best Pediatricians” year after year! We strive to provide the most current, comprehensive and compassionate care to our families.

We are not accepting inquiries or solicitations from any 3rd party recruiters/search firms.

Apply to/at:

Posted 6/17/19

Office Manager

Experienced office manager needed for busy medical practice located in Northern Baltimore County.  The office manager is responsible for the overall day-to-day operations of the practice. Typical duties include developing, implementing and maintaining office and staff policies; payroll preparation; interviewing, hiring and training staff; ensuring regulatory compliance, inventory management; process improvement and oversight of the EHR and other office technology.  The role reports to the administrator and requires exceptional customer service and problem-solving ability.  If you have managed a busy practice in the past and are looking for an opportunity to learn and grow, we encourage you to apply.


  • Bachelor’s Degree (preferred)
  • 5 years’ experience in healthcare administration
  • Excellent customer service, critical thinking and problem-solving skills
  • Detail oriented
  • Understanding of regulatory requirements and programs
  • Strong organizational skills and demonstrated superior leadership

To apply for this position, please contact us at [email protected]

Posted 6/17/19