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The Application for Promotion/Transfer form is available online for Cherokee Nation employees with access to SharePoint!Cherokee Nation employees who have been employed with the Nation for a minimum of 60 days and have access to a computer, we encourage you to complete this form online. The paper Application for Promotion/Transfer Request form is still available for those employees employed with one of the CN Entities.
If you have any questions regarding employment opportunities please contact our office at 918-453-5292. You may also contact our Human Resources Recruiter, Terry Spears at 918-772-4278 or via email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Registers patients according to Cherokee Nation policy and procedures. Ensures accurate and timely entry of patient information (i.e. patient demographics, billing information, Medicare, Medicaid, private insurance, and Meaningful Use criteria). Provides excellent customer service for the benefit of the patient and Cherokee Nation.
Writes, types or enters information into computer to prepare correspondences, bills, statements, receipts, checks, and/or other documents. Performs routine clerical and typing tasks involved in processing varied office materials such as form letters, requisitions, spreadsheets, flow charts, workpapers, and envelopes. Verifies information for accuracy and completeness against existing records, posts information to records or ledgers, and issues equipment. Greets callers and assists them with general problems or complaints, answers telephones, refers calls or takes accurate and complete messages.
Please no outside agency solicators.
Plans, organizes, and conducts occupational therapy program in hospital, institution, or community setting to facilitate development and rehabilitation of mentally, physically, or emotionally disabled persons by performing the following duties.
Enters data into computer or database system with accuracy and efficiency. Reviews discrepancies in data received, requests clarification or advises supervisor of issues related to data. Performs data verification routines in accordance with established procedures and deadlines to verify accuracy of entered data. Produces reports and printouts as needed.
Provides care management in the ambulatory health care setting according to Cherokee Nation standing orders, policies, and guidelines. Participates as a crucial member of the care team which may include a provider, licensed practical nurse, medical assistants, and the patient panel.