• Order Entry Specialist I

    Requisition ID
    2000-24
    # of Openings
    1
    Category
    Operations
    Location
    US-CA-Loma Linda
  • Overview

    The Order Entry (OE) Specialist’s role is to process new orders. The OE Specialist verifies that the ordering customer information, and billing information that the client provided is correct.  Court information, subject information, Opposing Counsel(s) and if applicable Co-Defense Counsel(s) information is also verified, as well as, addresses for facilities using various internet search engines. Each OE Specialist shall review their own orders for accuracy prior to giving it to the QC person for final review and print out QC sheet(s) for QC Review.  The primary objective of the OE position is to establish correct information in preparing legal documents to be sent to all appropriate parties, including the Ordering Customer, Opposing Counsel(s) and/or Co-Defense Counsel(s), and Facilities, as well as a correct invoice to the billing party. 

    Responsibilities

    Essential Functions - All

    • Establish correct information in regard to all aspects of orders: Ordering client information, Bill To information, court information, Opposing and Co-Defense Counsel information, facility(ies) information, patient/subject information, and assign appropriate order date, and deposition date to each order depending on order type and client reference.
    • “Set-up order” and assign the corresponding database codes for the Customer, Billing/Carrier, pending court, all Counsels listed, and facilities.
    • Perform internet research as needed to locate working telephone/facsimile numbers or a physical address for appropriate contact person(s) for Opposing Counsel and/or Co-Defense Counsel, and Business Entities.
    • Enter order into the system in a timely manner, as defined by the Department Supervisor or Manager.
    • Enter status into the ABI computer system documenting employee’s name, date, indicating when order was “set up and entered”; apply 24–hour Confirmation for Client; and status that order has been sent to review.
    • Clearly communicate (flagging orders) to print/sort any and all special client requirements to ensure that orders are processed in accordance to the client’s special preferences and/or standard procedures.
    • Report daily productivity numbers to the manager/supervisor by maintaining documentation for all orders processed using the Order Entry Daily Log.
    • Follow any local, state of federal rules, regulations or laws as it pertains to the order.
    • Other duties as assigned by manager.

    Marginal Functions

    • Identify orders that cannot be processed without additional information, documentation, or clarification, and flag the order accordingly.
    • Maintain client, court and facility databases as required.
    • Assist with department clerical work and/or any other duties as indicated by the supervisor/manager.
    • Verify/Review each order using the QC sheet(s) for correct information entered by OE Specialist I in regards to all aspects of orders; ordering client information, Bill To information, court information, Opposing and Co-Defense Counsel information, facility(ies) information, patient/subject information, order date, and deposition date.
    • Determine when an order has corrections to be made and return it to the individual who entered the order for any corrections and/or questions. Enter the appropriate status in the system that the order has been “reviewed”; and that the order has been sent to print.
    • “Set-up”, “enter” and “QC/Review” special client requirements/instructions.
    • Ensure all necessary legal documents, internal forms or client attachments are included with the order.

    Qualifications

    Educational and/or Experience Requirements

    • High School Diploma or equivalent required. Some college desirable but not required.
    • Prior work experience in data entry. Preferred work experience in a medical, legal, or insurance claims office.



    Skills and Abilities

    • Typing proficiency, preferred level of at least 45 wpm accuracy, no errors.
    • Good English grammar, including word structure.
    • Proficiency on the internet with searching and locating information quickly.
    • Good understanding of the organization’s goals and objectives.
    • Highly self-motivated and directed.
    • Ability to adapt to changes and absorb new ideas and concepts quickly.
    • Good analytical and problem-solving abilities.
    • Ability to effectively prioritize and execute tasks in a high-pressure environment.
    • Good telephone etiquette, written, interpersonal and organizational skills.
    • Has some understanding of the internal processes of medical facilities and med-legal terminology

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