About Us: New England Eye Center is a full service academic and clinical ophthalmology practice with the main office at Tufts Medical Center in Boston, and seven additional offices in surrounding communities throughout eastern Massachusetts. We are a highly respected, nationally known ophthalmology practice with a reputation for providing outstanding patient care and service.
Working for New England Eye Center: We are seeking talented professionals who wish to work in a dynamic, fast-paced environment. If you are interested in making a difference in the lives of patients, consider being part of our team.
Tools and Technology: You will work with state of the art equipment and technology to meet the needs of patients.
New England Eye Center is seeking a patient-centered, fellowship-trained glaucoma specialist to join our department. This position offers the best of both the academic and private practice worlds. The physician will have the opportunity to see patients in our downtown Boston academic practice involving resident and fellow teaching, as well as to see patients in our community offices. Surgery is performed at both Tufts Medical Center and a well outfitted ophthalmology ambulatory surgical center. The established Glaucoma specialists in our group are experiencing a rising demand for services including complex and routine glaucoma and cataract surgery.
All of our physicians are part of the Tufts Medical Center Physicians Organization. A Tufts University School of Medicine appointment accompanies the position, with the opportunity to participate in clinical research and medical student teaching, if desired.
Minimum qualifications for the position are: graduation from an accredited U.S. medical school, completion of a residency program in Ophthalmology, and a sub-specialty fellowship in glaucoma. Candidates must be board -certified or-eligible with the ABO.
Please send CV and cover letter to:
Cynthia Mattox, M.D.
Vice Chair of Clinical Services
Tufts Medical Center Department of Ophthalmology
All non-physician staff will be employed by Tufts Medical Center, which offers a competitive salary and benefit package. The following positions are currently open at New England Eye Center. At the end of each listing is a link to apply for the position online. You will need to register one time in the Tufts Medical Center system to apply; otherwise you simply log in.
Assists with revenue cycle clearance, including registration accuracy, referral management and insurance verification
Prepares medical records and documentation for patient visits, including loading of information into the EMR system
Takes an active role in monitoring patient flow and communicating delays to patients and providers
Assists with billing charge entry and reconciliation
Provides general clerical support to Department: physicians, and performs general office work including faxing, filing, mailing, correspondence, copying, ordering supplies, calendar management and mail distribution;
Proficient with Microsoft Office suite including Word, Excel, Outlook
Participates in performance improvement projects; performs other similar and related duties as required
Prior experience working in a clinic or hospital environment preferred.
Computer literacy required, including familiarity with email, Microsoft Office programs and scheduling applications. Ability to learn and use Tufts network programs
Excellent interpersonal, organizational and communications skills, both oral and written. Bilingual skills preferred
Some knowledge of third party billing preferred.
Ability to maintain confidential medical information.
High School diploma required, with specialized training in business office skills preferred.
1-2 years medical office experience or customer service experience required.
Schedule: Full-Time Regular
Shift: Day Rotation
Good communication skills required to effectively explain the exam process to patients and attempt to allay their concerns and apprehensions. Must demonstrate the knowledge and skills to assess the needs of patients of different age populations and to provide care appropriately. High school diploma and completion of ophthalmic, optometric, or medical assistant training program and/or AAO Home study Course. One-year experience working in an ophthalmic practice preferred. Certification as medical scribe preferred.