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This team member supports all administrative, finance accounting, and associate resource (HR) support functions to the Economic Development Corporation, including the responsibility for a wide variety of situations, which require discretionary and independent decision-making.
Under the direction of the Senior Director of Human Resources, the Employment Relations Manager/Human Resource Manager will lead and direct the routine functions of the Human Resources (HR) department including hiring and interviewing staff, administering pay, benefits, and leave, and enforcing company policies and practices. Acts as a liaison between supervisor and employee to oversee employee relations including disciplinary action and employee complaints.
Perform all coding relating to Medical and accounts receivable. Coding for diagnoses, procedures and services performed by providers of the clinic will be audited for accuracy for billing all 3rd Party Payer’s, Medi-Cal including Medi-cal, Share of Cost, Medi-Care, Private Insurance meeting all payer, state and federal regulations.
Medical Scribes are individuals trained in medical documentation who assist a provider throughout their shift. The primary goal is to increase the efficiency and productivity of the physician. It will be the responsibility of the Medical Scribe to annotate any dictated or written information for the treatment of patients following all local, state and federal guidelines for documentation into the electronic health record system. The Medical Scribe will be responsible for clearly recording each patient's symptoms, history, physical exam and documenting the diagnosis. This position will have no direct involvement in patient care but has an interdepartmental role in assisting nursing and front office staff.
Redding Rancheria is currently seeking individuals to assist with ensuring compliance for access to our medical facilities. The screener is responsible for the daily health screening, which includes taking temperatures, of all staff, physicians, patients and visitors prior to entering our health campuses to minimize risk of infection and spread of disease. The Screener must complete specialized training on first day of work and comply with all safety precautions set in place to ensure the screeners and individuals being screened are entering or working in a minimal risk environment. Screeners will be provided in depth training on screening procedure and best practices as outlined by the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) to assist with employee, patient and visitor safety.