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Medical Records Field Technician was asked...June 8, 2013

The interview is all based on your experiences and what they expect from you on the job. Most unexpected question: "What are the parts of a medical records file?" The HIPPA / HITECH testing is pretty long, about 2-3 hours on the computer.

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You'll need to be famiiar with an old fashioned paper chart!

It would have. Important information like the patients name , addeess, phone number, medical historu and the physician notes etc Less

Patients name address , date of birth,phone etc..the medical history and the nurse or physicians notes etc Less

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describe parts of a medical record

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Parts of the medical record are Demographics, vital signs, diagnosis, medications, lab results, treatment plan, and radiology images. also shot records,and allergies. Less

diagnosis treatment, hx, BP, heart rate, pulse, weight. height. length of vst, est, new etc... Less

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what is a FACE sheet

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billing and insurance info

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Do you have medical record experience, do you have reliable transportation, do you have a valid license, and are you willing to undergo a background screening and drug test?

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I answered yes to all.

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One thing that's asked is, if you have a good internet connection and a printer.

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By responding with a yes.

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Knowledge of the health and technical field, and applicants need to know at least five sections of a medical chart. Other than that, just general questions really.

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Having worked in the medical field, already knew it.

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Recruiter asks what EMR software you are familiar with. Also asks what is the difference between Copy/Paste Cut/Copy and computer things like that. Where to find documents and control panel on your computer. Looking for answers like the "start" button. They want to make sure your are computer savy. Don't seem to care about your past job history, just if you have a decent car and if you know how to work a computer. They ask if you have a reliable car and if you can carry 45 pounds. Their computer case looks more like you are carrying gold from fort knox. So unnecessary to have to lug that big case around. Doesn't even fit in the areas of the providers offices you are going to.

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All my questions were computer based and also asked about what EMR software you are familiar with. I worked with many in the past, but easy enough to google them to find out if you are not familar with them. No behavorial questions at all. Also if you are availabe for 8:00-5:00 but be ready to leave house way before 8:00 to get to your assignments on time. 6:30-7:00 am to be on time. If not, be prepared to get attendence points against you like you are a child in school. I never received any, but thought that was ridiculos. We are professionals, treat us like that. Less

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Name the different sections of the medical record.

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I was only able to name a few sections.

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How have you worked with the medical record?

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Entered surgical notes into EMR.

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Explain a time when you worked with minimal supervision.

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Proofread and or transcribed 1000s of reports.

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