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Intake Coordinators work in health care institutions, where they greet clients and help them access services. Typical Intake Coordinator tasks are answering or referring inquiries, taking phone calls, handling mail, and keeping the reception area tidy and organized. Employers select resumes which highlight skills such as communication abilities, courtesy, problem-solving abilities, multitasking, and computer literacy. Based on our example resumes, Intake Coordinators may be required to have a nursing license or to hold a Bachelor's Degree, besides being familiar with medical terminology.

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Intake Coordinator II

  • Supervised the workflow of individuals in the Intake Coordinator I positions
  • Provided guidance on quality
  • Resolved escalated client calls regarding health insurance
  • Compiled and submitted stop loss claims to the carrier for reimbursement
  • Identified, researched and resolved carrier questions
  • Complied with reporting and documentation requirements
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