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Serves as receptionist for the clinic to greet and direct visitors, patients, or participants in a study. Performs complex clerical support tasks to include but not limited to answering multi-line telephone, determining purpose of call, and referring to appropriate person, providing information, typing complex correspondence, distributing, ordering and maintaining office/clinic supplies, sorting and distributing mail, collecting timesheets and distributing payroll checks, filing and maintaining confidential records, copying and distributing documents. Assists with patient calls, takes patient-oriented messages to help facilitate patient care. Assists with prior authorization and billing paperwork. Assists with insurance questions and patient concerns. Schedules patient appointments and makes reminder phone calls. Maintains patient/participant appointment calendars for multiple providers. Assists with medical chart documentation, scanning of patient medical records and electronic health records. Arranges travel reservations and itineraries. Assists with preparation of government reports and grant applications. May assist with set up for receptions and events. High school diploma or GED and 2 years relevant experience or combination of education and experience. Must have administrative and clerical skills, such as data entry and filing. Must be detail oriented, organized, dependable, and flexible. Must possess strong customer service and communication skills and be knowledgeable in Microsoft Office. The ability to work professionally with a diverse group of people in stressful and difficult situations while maintaining confidential information is a must. Must work well independently and in a team environment. appointment distributing Assists BETS_ARC_Setter BACH_3a9945 participants
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Chartered in 1946, OMRF (www.omrf.org) is a nonprofit biomedical research institute dedicated to understanding and curing human disease. Its scientists focus on such critical research areas as Alzheimer's disease, cancer, lupus and cardiovascular disease. OMRF is home to Oklahoma's only member of the National Academy of Sciences.