Records Management Center is looking for a self-motivated, detail-oriented, energetic, and highly organized person to work at our medical record scanning facility. As a Medical Document Scanning Specialist, your main responsibility is to quickly and accurately produce the highest quality product for our scanning clients.
In this role, you will be key part of a dynamic team for Maine’s local leader in electronic document scanning services. The ability to work in a fast-paced environment with strong attention to detail is essential. You will be working closely within a small, professional team and fully engaged and busy from the first day.
Previous medical documentation and document scanning background is preferred however we will train the right person that has a strong willingness to learn! This is a full-time position with benefits, based out of our office in Bangor, Maine.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
Scanning of hard copies of records to images.
Manual file preparation – removing staples, sorting, preparing hard copies for scanning.
Responsible for ensuring conversion output quality, page counts, file naming accuracy, and file structure order meets customer requirements
Uploading completed documents on a variety of media
Providing superior customer service and troubleshooting customer concerns
Ability to follow procedures and make suggestions for improvements in processes
Maintain production rates while producing quality images
Other duties as assigned.
Education: Associates degree or equivalent
1-3 Years of medical documentation or document scanning experience preferred
Experience editing files with Adobe Acrobat X Pro or similar software
Must be personable, professional, highly organized, have excellent interpersonal communication skills
Average 50-60 WPM keyboard, Average 8,000KPH 10-key
Proficient with Office 365 including Excel
Proficient with Microsoft Windows 10
Must be able to lift a minimum of 35 lbs from floor level to waist level and carry it a maximum of 10 yards, sometimes up to 10 times per shift.