The Clinical Supervisor responsibilities are outlined and defined below in addition to typical medical assistant duties (see official Medical Assistant job description for more detail). The Clinical Supervisor must possess key qualities outlined for clinic-specific and lead medical assistants in addition to providing support to the Regional Practice Manager, clinicians and medical assistants.
The Clinical Supervisor is responsible for supporting regional medical assistants and related activities.
These administrative duties may include but are not limited to:
Monitoring clinic control logs,
Evaluating compliance with company policies and procedures,
Ensuring clinics are staffed appropriately,
Providing feedback to medical assistant staff,
Monitoring clinic inventories and ordering of supplies
The Clinical Supervisor is required to be adept at all aspects of an electronic medical record and the data entry associated.
Assisting practice manager in all aspects of appropriate clinic staffing. Assisting practice manager with medical assistant reviews and timesheet approvals. The medical assistant shall, as directed by the Regional Practice Manager, handle time off requests for medical assistants in the region.
Clinical Operations Support
The Clinical Supervisor is responsible for supporting clinical duties and should have appropriate training and/or certification to perform required duties.
The clinical responsibilities may include but are not limited to: