Patient Services RepresentativeEyeCare Service PartnersDenver, COA Patient Services Representative will be responsible for checking patients in and out for their ophthalmic/optometric visits, verifying and collecting insurance authorizations, scheduling appointments and in and out bound phone calls as well as computer input. Full-time
Patient Services RepresentativeEyeCare Service PartnersSycamore, ILA Patient Services Representative will be responsible for checking patients in and out for their ophthalmic/optometric visits, verifying and collecting insurance authorizations, scheduling appointments and in and out bound phone calls as well as computer input. Full-time
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