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Medical Liaison

53,078 Medical Liaison
Jobs Available
in US
$ 46.17 - 78.19/hour

Resumes of Medical Liaison

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Responsibilities

Typical Medical Liaison responsibilities to be added to your resume.

  • Answer telephones and direct calls to appropriate staff.

  • Schedule and confirm patient diagnostic appointments, surgeries, or medical consultations.

  • Transcribe recorded messages or practitioners' diagnoses or recommendations into patients' medical records.

  • Maintain medical records, technical library, or correspondence files.

  • Transmit correspondence or medical records by mail, e-mail, or fax.

  • Greet visitors, ascertain purpose of visit, and direct them to appropriate staff.

  • Perform various clerical or administrative functions, such as ordering and maintaining an inventory of supplies.

  • Compile and record medical charts, reports, or correspondence, using typewriter or personal computer.

  • Complete insurance or other claim forms.

  • Schedule tests or procedures for patients, such as lab work or x-rays, based on physician orders.

  • Prepare correspondence or assist physicians or medical scientists with preparation of reports, speeches, articles, or conference proceedings.

  • Interview patients to complete documents, case histories, or forms, such as intake or insurance forms.

  • Receive and route messages or documents, such as laboratory results, to appropriate staff.

  • Perform bookkeeping duties, such as credits or collections, preparing and sending financial statements or bills, and keeping financial records.

  • Operate office equipment, such as voice mail messaging systems, and use word processing, spreadsheet, or other software applications to prepare reports, invoices, financial statements, letters, case histories, or medical records.

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