KPH Healthcare Services

  • Medical Records Technician - Long Term Care

    Job Locations US-KS-Lenexa
    Posted Date 3 months ago(12/11/2018 9:33 AM)
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  • Overview

    Scope of Responsibilities: Works under direct supervision of a pharmacist.  Follow standard procedures to accomplish assigned tasks.


    Job Summary: Accurately update and correct MAR and treatment sheets.  Print records according to each facility specifications.


    Job Duties:

    • Provides customer service and problem resolution to assigned facilities
    • Responsible for accurate data entry of patient profiles and medications
    • Accurately make necessary changes to MAR and treatment sheets
    • Each month print records according to each facility specifications
    • Assure correct records are sent to each facility in a timely manner
    • Order forms and supplies as needed
    • Maintain accurate information for patients and facilities
    • May be required to travel to individual homes for meetings or drug exchanges
    • Maintain and keep reasonable production as determined by supervisor
    • May assist in orienting and training new employees
    • Responsible for completing all mandatory and regulatory training programs
    • Perform other duties as assigned


    Attendance Requirements:

    • Must be available, and on-time for scheduled work shifts.
    • Must be able to work nights and weekends as required.


    Educational Requirements:

    • Minimum: High School Diploma or GED
    • Preferred: AS Degree or Higher in Business Administration or related field



    • Preferred: 1 year previous medical records experience
    • Experience with Frameworks and Quickmar preferred. 


    Required (Vermont Employees):

    • Registered  with the State of Vermont as a Pharmacy Technician


    Special Conditions of Employment:

    • Criminal background check and/or drug test
    • Initial and continuous exclusion and sanction/disciplinary monitoring


    Job Skill Requirements:

    • Strong communication and phone skills
    • Outstanding customer service skills
    • Excellent organization skills
    • Ability to multitask and prioritize
    • Broad knowledge of medications, physician orders and medical terminology
    • General computer and keyboarding skills
    • Successful completion of a pre-employment and/or random drug screening test


    Required Training:

    • HIPPA Privacy Course
    • HIPPA Security Course
    • Fraud, Waste, and Abuse Course
    • MethGuard Course


    Behavioral Traits Required:

    • Cooperation: Must work harmoniously and effectively  with  fellow employees, supervisors and others you are in contact with
    • Initiative: Must work within supervision guidelines and assume additional responsibilities
    • Flexibility: Must be willing to work variable work schedules, nights and weekends, assist others as requested and available, and be willing to perform all assigned work
    • Adaptability: Must respond to new situations in a positive way, accept change, support new ideas, master new routines and grasp explanations, apply current knowledge in new environments and experiences
    • Involvement: Must enjoy the demands of the job and work with interest and enthusiasm
    • Customer Service: Must provide appropriate customer service (for Kinney customers, fellow employees and business partners), listen attentively to their needs and respond appropriately
    • Safety: Must take care of equipment and employ good safety habits
    • Leadership: Must gain acceptance of ideas and accomplish goals through subordinates, peers and teams


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