You cannot hope to win employment favors if you are not a skilled individual. Who knows how killed you are more than you? The answer to this is no one! The fact that you know yourself the best can be taken advantage of when writing the skills section of your resume.
Skills define us wholly. If we can do the job that is expected of us, the employer wants nothing else. But the employer cannot know until we tell him, right? But we often do not have the opportunity to do that unless we are actually face to face with him or her. But the face to face part doesn’t happen until we are either hired or at the interview. Both these meetings are difficult to imagine if we haven’t really convinced the employer that we are a good match for the job. So the first part is convincing the employer to meet with you.
To make sure that you do not get into this vortex of uncertainty, simply use the only avenue you have to communicate your skills to a hiring manager – the resume. Eloquently chart out what you’re capable of and then wait for positive results. Here is how you can write skills statements on a resume:
• Highly experienced in interviewing patients and families to derive information regarding medical histories and past surgeries
• Hands-on experience in determining patients’ suitability for required surgical procedures by conferring with medical staff members in details
• Demonstrated expertise in deciphering the need for preoperative tests such as MRS and bone scans
• Qualified to juggle surgeons’ schedules to fit in emergency synergies and procedures
• Competent in following up with labs and radiology departments to expedite teat results
• Deeply familiar with creating and maintaining effective liaison with insurance companies to obtain coverage and claim information
• Proven ability to assist patients in filling out admission and insurance forms, with special focus on accuracy and legibility of information
• Track record of effectively and efficiently coordinating post-surgery appointment in a bid to ensure patient health and wellbeing
• Deep insight into interacting with patients’ physicians and other staff members, both within the facility and at outside clinics to provide accurate, timely and responsive information
• Highly skilled in creating consent forms and ensuring that patients and families fill them out and sign them prior to scheduled surgeries
• Excellent skills in performing surgery related surgical procedures including answering telephones, maintaining records and accounts and fulfilling equipment requirements
• Special talent for handling surgery related payments and insurance processing duties