Practice Administrator Job Description


Practice administrators employ in healthcare centers and work for doctors and dentists. They assist with business planning, financial management, human resources, facility management, relationship management, and compliance with industry regulations. The job duties of a practice administrator involve recruit and oversee staff, manage facilities finances, develop training, conduct performance review, develop and follow budget processing payrolls, creating financial reports, handling invoices and checks, coordinating with insurance companies for reimbursement, performing the general administrative task, monitoring regulatory compliances, lead improvement activities, decrease wait time for patients, coordinate with outside clients and address to compliance issues promptly.

Practice Administrator Job Titles:

  • Practice Administrator  (Part-Time)
  • Practice Administrator
  • Practice Admin
  • Senior Practice Manager
  • Practice Manager
  • Practice Administrator

Practice Administrator Job Summary:

We are looking to hire a successful candidate who has a degree in business administration or a related field. New graduates with experience can apply for the entry-level role. We are strongly committed to a foundation of operating excellence, professionalism, and financial strength. You need to provide support and maintenance of business systems process and data. Some of the essential duties include to perform the job successfully and able to perform duty satisfactorily, provide second and third level user support on SFDC, responsible for data management, and administering process, manage process and tools that will maintain data integrity and accuracy of data, managing duplicate data, data aging, accuracy, ensuring completeness of active data in the system, supporting roadmap by configuring new features and system enhancement and performing user acceptance and production assurance testing for a platform release.

Practice Administrator Responsibilities and Duties:

  • Maintain a clean, courteous and professional working environment
  • Must be able to manage more number of people
  • Understanding a multispeciality practice
  • Able to provide compassionate care to the patient
  • Developing and managing the practices of neurology and pain
  • Evaluates daily patient flow to maintain access standard and open communication with patients and make adjustment as appropriate to maintain organized and efficient patient flow
  • Ensure the operating rooms are stocked with adequate medical supplies and instruments are ordering office supplies
  • Recommend develop and implement improvements for the practice
  • Promote excellent customer service by all level of staff
  • Develop and implement office policies and procedures
  • Provide excellent customer service by all levels of staff
  • Resolve medical administrative problems and keep lines of communications open
  • Enhance operational effectiveness

Practice Administrator Skills and Qualification:

  • Bachelor degree in healthcare management
  • Must possess a minimum of 3 years of experience in medical office management
  • Punctual, reliable and must have strong communication skill
  • Able to work in a team and produce quality output under tight deadlines
  • Strong verbal and oral communication skills
  • Self-motivated and strong analytical skills
  • Attention to detail, prioritization skill and time management
  • Quick learner with a positive attitude
  • Possessing project management skill, analytical skill
  • Motivational and communication skill
  • Competence in EMR and health experience is a plus
  • Able to handle stressful situations with tact and professionalism
  • Knowledge of medical terminology and treatment process
  • Able to multi-task and follow up many current projects

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