Long Beach Medical Billing Specialist Jobs

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  • Account Services Specialist(West Palm Beach, Florida)

    Account Services Specialist Job Label:GGroup_AS Established, privately held Insurance Agency is seeking an Account Services Specialist. This position offers in office support to the Account Management Department for our clients and their employees. This support includes communication and documentation of all issues relating to benefits, billings, carriers, vendors, enrollment and contracts. This p...
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    Posted Wed 6th August

  • Technical Service Sales SpecialistClean Harbors/Safety-Kleen(Long Beach, California)

    Job ID: 34019 Position Description: Clean Harbors is the leading provider of environmental, energy and industrial services throughout North America. The Company serves a diverse customer base, including a majority of the Fortune 500 companies, thousands of smaller private entities and numerous federal, state, provincial and local governmental agencies. Through its Safety-Kleen subsidiary, Clean Ha...
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    Posted Thu 18th September

  • Regional Director Of RehabGGNSC Administrative Services, LLC(Sacramento, California)

    360 Healthcare is looking for a Transitional Leader Director of Rehab to cover the state of California. The Transitional Leader DOR will be a full time salaried employee with the responsibility of providing coverage, stabilization and progression of business plan during time of vacancies and on-boarding of newly hired leaders in the state of CA. The Transitional leader DOR must be a very highly sk...
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    Posted Thu 11th September

Long Beach Job Search Tip

Job titles included in the medical industry include technicians, coders, interpreters, lab techs, scientists, secretaries, social workers, transcriptionists, nurses, chemists, equipment preparers, managers, doctors, dentists, and assistants. Employment in the medical industry is expected to fare very well - as staff change positions, localities, or move to other careers, many new positions become available. This coupled with advancing medical technology means new careers are always being added to the medical industry. Most entry-level positions do not require a college degree. Of those positions that do require education in the medical industry, they are the most educated people compared to most other industries.

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