Dental Office Receptionist West Chester, PA 19380
What Are the Daily Responsibilities of a Dental Receptionist?
A dental receptionist is, among other things, the representative of a dental office. They are the first person a patient speaks to, and are an important part of establishing the patients relationship with the office. A dental receptionist is responsible for making sure that the operations of a dental office run smoothly so that the dental professionals can concentrate on patient care and dental treatment.
The Responsibilities Of a Dental Receptionist Include
Greeting patients as they arrive and answering the phones.
Scheduling and cancelling patient appointments.
Dental Charting and Treatment Planning.
Completing and filing insurance forms and dental billing records.
Translating dental services into proper billable codes.
Managing office inventory and supplies.
Communicating with dental supply vendors.
Handling test results including x-rays.
Office duties including document filing, scanning, and creation
What Skills Does a Dental Receptionist Need to Have?
A successful dental receptionist helps ensure that a dental office works efficiently while providing a professional, friendly point of communication for patients and associates.
Requirements Of a Dental Receptionist Include
Excellent phone and in-person communication skills.
Organization, time management and multitasking abilities.
An understanding of dental office procedures and workflow.
Computer literacy in basic applications like email and Microsoft Office.
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Employment Type: Full-Time