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 Job Title   Posting Date   Organization

I CARE Program Assistant/Medical Office Administrator

  7/6/2017   San Diego Youth Services
 Job Description        

Duties: The development, implementation, and evaluation of an integrated treatment approach for youth with co-occurring psychiatric and substance disorders and quality trauma informed youth programs that adhere to and uphold the rigorous standards of San Diego Youth Services as mandated by its mission, purpose, guiding principles and standards of quality. Develop and maintain component services in compliance with funding requirements and ensure quality control of data collection and services. This includes design, maintenance, and evaluation of contract reporting system, timely submission of monthly and quarterly contract and agency reports to Program Manager, and participation in contractor monitoring visits. Provide timely and necessary reports and statistics to funding sources. Ensure that all staff understand his/her respective roles and act as a supervisory support when necessary including paperwork completion, meeting deadlines, and documentation is up to County standards.



Qualifications: 2 years of medical records management. Working knowledge of various health coverage plans and funding sources. Professional written and verbal communication skills. Bookkeeping, record keeping, data collection and contract compliance abilities. Experience working with social services and youth programming preferred. Bi-lingual preferred, though not required. Experience working with Cerner and Medi-Cal billing preferred. Knowledge of Microsoft programs including Excel, Word, and Access. Trained and committed to cultural awareness. Must able to pass clearance for working with minors. Able to remain personable and organized even in stressed or busy circumstances. Valid CA driverís license, good driving record and willingness to use own properly insured vehicle on the job (mileage reimbursed). Maintain certification in CPR and First Aid. Employment is subject to required clearances which include tuberculosis test, fingerprinting, background checks, and drug testing.


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Provide personnel coordination to include orientation, training, development, scheduling, staff recognition, and provide input toward evaluation of core staff, interns, and volunteers. Responsible for all data entry into medical records management systems and compiling of health information in coordination with and as assigned by Program Manager and Director of Services. Complete status reports and monthly billing reports. Develop and update as necessary medical records management databases in Microsoft Access and Excel applications. Maintain an access log of service partners seeking services and their disposition. Bill primary and secondary insurance and post payments and denials. Cross check service billing with documentation in medical records. To apply: Submit cover letter and resume to


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