Pharmacy Clerk (PRN; Days)

Job Locations US-KS-Hays
Posted Date 4 months ago(9/15/2022 10:35 AM)
Requisition ID
# of Openings
Administrative & Clerical


Under the supervision of the pharmacist, the clerk performs clerical/filing functions in the pharmacy: answers phone calls and assists customers with concerns, runs cash register to check out customer purchases, helps maintain a clean/neat environment in the pharmacy department by cleaning and organizing, helps put ordered goods from wholesaler in proper location in pharmacy, uses good communication and customer service skills; uses professional and ethical judgment and critical thinking when performing their duties; and uses equipment, materials, and systems according to policies, procedures, and practice standards.

Position Summary

  • Prepares, maintains, files and retrieves patient charts/records; files encounter forms; performs the collection of relevant charts for next day appointments; mails insurance claim forms to appropriate insurance company; retrieves and copies medical records from microfilm/storage; completes insurance (Medicare, Blue Cross, Medicaid, etc.) information for storage; and collects financial and insurance documents for retention storage.
  • Makes sales through cash register, handles money, runs nightly reports, closes and balances register nightly; and prepares deposit for bank nightly.
  • Ensures all equipment is in proper working order; and removes from use any non¬functioning equipment and reports appropriately.
  • Assists patients and staff as needed when job aids or resources are required to enable safe and efficient operation; ensures staff, in areas of responsibility, is using resources efficiently and effectively.

Infection Control: Initial and Ongoing training in dealing with infection control.


Patient Interaction: Frequent


HIPAA: This position will have access to the following Protected Health Information in order to carry out the duties related to their position at Hays Medical Center based on the following criteria: Primary - required (routine) to do the job Secondary - required for the job, but mostly be exception None - no approved access Description of Information Level Primary: Patient Demographic Information (information used to identify a person): Name, Date of Birth, Address, Race, Marital Status, Religion Clinical Information (information that describes a patient's health status): Diagnosis, Reports/Medical Notes, Test Results, Problem List, Procedures, History and Physical Secondary: Financial Information/Insurance (information related to insurance, billing and payment): Billing Information, Payer Name, Payer ID, Account Balances, Plan Elements Covered, Payment Information, Payment Rates None: Coding Information (clinical information that is in (alpha) numeric format): ICD-9 Codes, Rev Codes, CPT Codes Infection Control: Initial and Ongoing training in dealing with infection control. Trainings could include but are not limited to, blood borne pathogens, bodily fluids and bio hazardous materials as it applies to your daily work environment.



  • High school graduate or equivalent preferred; clerical experience preferred; basic computer knowledge required.

Certificates and Licenses:

  • Additional certification may be required and specific information and the timeframe in which such certification must be attained will be provided by the department director/manager/supervisor at time of hire/transfer into department.



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