The average pay for a Medical Records Clerk is $14.68 per hour.
The average pay for a Medical Records Clerk is $32,866 per year.
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Job Description for Medical Records Clerk
Medical records clerks normally report to an office manager or supervisor, and are expected to handle many different roles as regards the handling of records, files, and data. They often help with the handling and filing of data, which can involve filing various patient charts and files in physical form and through computer data entry. In most medical offices, the clerk is expected to scan and file various documents related to prescriptions and prescription files as well.Read More...
In addition to this data filing and organizing, the medical records clerk usually handles phone and mail inquiries regarding records. They usually are the point person for correspondence and document drafting for the office manager in the office, and they should be fluent with basic office software (such as the Microsoft Office suite). The records clerk also must possess excellent verbal and written communications skills. In most situations, the clerk is also expected to handle light maintenance of office equipment, such as keeping office supplies in stock, changing toner on printers as required, and serving as the point person on any hardware repairs.
The education requirements for a medical records clerk typically include a high school diploma or GED, and most available jobs in this field require some amount of work experience in the medical records field or healthcare/clinical office setting. Many employers will set aside that experience requirement for persons who have some form of specialized education or vocational training in medical records administration. (Copyright 2019 PayScale.com)
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