Lead Payment Poster

Job Description

Position Overview

Responsible for the business office Accounts Receivable department/ functions of which include but are not limited to: Payment Posting, EDI, ERA, EFT and PM setup, support and maintenance and leading the A/R Team. This is a working Lead position.

Essential Job Functions

  • Post payments received electronically and by paper for medical services into the PM system.
  • Setup, maintain and provide support for EDI, ERA, EFT and PM functions for the Business Office.
  • Provide and maintain daily reconciliation reports to the accounting department.
  • Perform monthly closing procedures.
  • Assist business office staff on PM procedures and updates.
  • Manage refund program and ensure correct posting to PM.
  • Review and take corrective action on denied claims.
  • Upload patient satisfaction surveys.
  • Backup filing daily claims.
  • Answer incoming business office phone calls.
  • Respond to incoming Business office questions from patients in person & on the portal.
  • Assist other departments and patients with business office questions.
  • Perform other duties, special projects as assigned by supervisor / manager.
  • Leads the A/R Staff of four.


  • Minimum 3-5 years’ experience working in a related medical office role.
  • Experience working with windows-based PM/EMR – GE, Centricity preferred.
  • Knowledge of CPT and ICD10 coding and insurance reimbursement practices.
  • Strong communication skills, both written and oral.
  • Ability to work both independently and as a team.
  • Ability to effectively interact with all levels of company staff, physicians, patients and outside agencies.
  • Ability to maintain a high level of organization and attention to detail.
  • Excellent computer skills.

High School Diploma or equivalent.

All applicants must complete an employment application via our web site: www.oregonurology.com

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Electronic Medical Records Specialist Full Time

Electronic Medical Records Specialist

Position Summary

We are seeking a motivated detailed-oriented individual that enjoys investigative work and has the ability to multitask according to departmental protocols. The Electronic Medical Records Specialist is involved with coordinating patient care electronically and verbally with patients and other organizations. Using a team approach, the specialist is committed to communicating with the department, providers, and the organization in a positive manner. In this medical office, you are making a difference!


Essential Required Responsibilities

  • Communicate with supervisor, department, and organization
  • Provide internal support to the providers ensuring clinical data is located in the patient’s chart
  • Follow up on outstanding orders via telephone, fax, and within the organization
  • Navigate external portals to collect all documents required for appointments and provider review
  • Manage all electronic and paper documents pertaining to patient care
  • Manage urgent requests to facilitate patient care
  • Follow and complete departmental protocols
  • Ability to read and dissect pertinent clinical data
  • Document inside the patient’s chart using proper grammar


  • Ability to multitask, required
  • Computer experience, required
  • Ability to work independently and as a team, required
  • Ability to accept and work with a changing environment, required
  • Ability to adhere to confidentiality and departmental guidelines, required
  • Ability to follow written and oral directions, required
  • Knowledge of Centricity, preferred
  • Medical terminology, preferred
  • Certification preferred; high school diploma required




Skillful in prioritizing and organizing work efficiently. Ability to follow written and verbal workflows, using resources when needed.   Accurate clinical data collection and adding information to a flowsheet. Ability to be trained quickly on new systems and applications. Experience with some Microsoft Office products and Acrobat Adobe.

Job Type: Full Time

40 Hours week



After training has been completed and the medical records specialist has worked 90 days, the opportunity to work four 10-hour days could be an option.

Radiation Center

Radiation Center

You are more than your cancer diagnosis. That’s why Oregon Urology Institute Radiation Center, doesn’t just treat cancer – we treat you. Our caring doctors listen, help you understand your options and provide the most advanced treatments available


During radiation therapy, targeted energy is used to kill cancer cells or keep them from growing. Radiation therapy may be external, internal or systemic depending on what type and stage of cancer you have.

External radiation therapy uses a machine outside the body to point radiation toward the cancer. At Oregon Urology Institute Radiation Center, the only external radiation we use is highly-targeted Image-Guided Radiation Therapy (IGRT).

Systemic radiation is taken orally or injected. This type of radiation travels throughout the body until it reaches the targeted cancer cells. Oregon Urology Institute Radiation Center is currently the only radiation oncology practice in the Willamette Valley able to offer Xofigo, a radiation injection for advanced prostate cancer.

Learn more about different types of radiation and what to expect:
Image-Guided Radiation Therapy
Xofigo® Systemic Radiation