A cover letter is required for consideration for this position and should be attached as the first page of your resume. The cover letter should address your specific interest in the position and outline skills and experience that directly relate to this position.
The Pediatric Orthopaedic Surgery has an opening for an experienced, self-motivated, team oriented Patient Services Assistant. This position is located in Pediatric Orthopaedic Surgery at CW Mott Children’s Hospital. This role will be to provide skilled support and work collaboratively with other members of the Pediatric Orthopaedic Surgery Team.
This position will include a variety of patient support tasks including:
Provide a warm welcome to patients entering the clinic
Explain a variety of forms and obtain patient signatures as required
Schedule follow-up appointments
Schedule specialty tests
Enter charge information into system
Complete closing paperwork for drawers
Drop daily deposits
Communicate and work collaboratively with all clinic personnel (MA, faculty, residents, nurses, OR Schedulers) to address patient needs and issues when identified
Print medical information to facilitate the patients visit
Provide directions to other clinic locations (ie – Radiology and Orthotics & Prosthetics)
Call for interpreters and transporters
Manage outside Radiology imaging by downloading CD’s into system
Process documents to central imaging
Fax completed PT orders to appropriate locations
Attend staff meetings as scheduled
Attend work group meetings as scheduled
Other duties as assigned
The successful candidate will be required to actively participate in the department’s Lean initiatives, Service Excellence programs, maintain M-learning compliance, specific procedure competencies and knowledge of regulatory agency requirements.
The preferred candidate will be responsible for meeting the highest standard of customer service while facilitating the communication between patients and families, general public, payers, referring physicians and other healthcare providers. Basic medical terminology competency is required. Candidates should have the appropriate skill set to be able to manage a fast paced work environment, heavy workload and be able to work a flexible schedule, per clinic need. Applicants must have strong interpersonal and communication skills and work successfully in a team oriented atmosphere. Ability to type at least 50 wpm and experience with email programs. The successful candidate will have completed high school or obtained an equivalent combination of education and experience.
Previous Orthopaedic experience is helpful. Previous experience working with MiChart/Epic care/Cadence, as well as knowledge of University policies and procedures is helpful.
8:00 am – 5:00 pm (may vary dependent upon clinical needs)
Monday – Friday (with the exception of meetings or coverage when necessary. We utilize flex scheduling to off-set hours worked in excess of 8 in any one day).
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