Q: What do you wish you knew about your job when you first started out?
Medical Office Manager in Bellevue:
Be a team player with your office as well as your patients and remain strong in your communication skills.
Medical Office Manager in New York:
`"$Reach your goals."`
Reach your goal, push forward, work hard, set daily goals that can be reached. Take your responsibilities as that responsibilities not something that can get push to another day.
Medical Office Manager in Mt Clemens:
Continue to learn always.... Don't ever stop your education.... It is so important not to lose yourself in your job and responsibilities..
Medical Office Manager in Bloomsburg:
`"$In charge of daily operations and employees."`
To stay focused. Know how to prioritize and always be ready to problem solve.
Medical Office Manager in Arlington:
`"$Never A Pay Raise."`
You will work long and hard. Don't ever count on a pay raise. Appreciation is rare.
Medical Office Manager in Lebanon:
`"$Need A College Degree To Be Promoted Beyond Office Manager."`
Learn CPT/HCPC/ICD-9 coding well. Tack your success of collecting revenues. Make sure ratio of secretaries to caregivers is adequate. Create backup workers so you can take time off without needing to be contacted. Remember when you directly effect the bottom line (accounts receivable) you become more valuable.