Ambulatory Patient Access Rep-Learning Disorder Clinic
Ambulatory Patient Access Representative- Learning Disorder Clinic
Responsible for greeting and registering patients, answering telephone calls, scheduling appointments and pulling and filing medical charts when indicated. Demonstrates competence defined (*) in Ambulatory Registration Specialist responsibilities in providing age-appropriate care and service to patients from the age of birth to 21 years, and selected adults.
Monday through Friday: 730am-4pm
Main Hospital; J-West; Psychology 3rd floor
700 Children's Dr
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*Interviews and registers patients in registration areas that report up through Patient Access.
Obtains accurate demographic, insurance, and physician information on registrations.
Screens customer data to ensure patient is eligible for insurance indicated. Communicates differences to the customer.
Screens registrations to ensure insurance pre-certification and physician referral requirements are met. Instructs customer on requirements.
Answer internal and external phone calls maintaining patient confidentiality.
Perform pre-certification/pre-authorization process if required for clinic visit.
Help patients and families fill out Healthy Start applications or inform patients and families about the Healthy Start program and direct them to theappropriate resource to help them apply.
Make appointments/referrals for PCC and Specialty clinics as instructed by physician.
*Performs other related duties as assigned.
*Do initial TB screening for all patients.
*Perform vital signs (temperature, weight, height and BP) as directed by physician/nurse (when indicated and appropriately trained).
What Are We Looking For?
To fulfill this role successfully, you must possess these minimum qualifications and experience:
High School graduate, Associate Degree preferred.
Knowledge of filing, PC operation, Lab and Radiology order entry and office skills.
One year previous health care clinical experience preferred but not required.
Must be able to answer multiple telephone lines, file documents, pull medical charts and operate PC.
Excellent Customer Service Skills.
Ability to adapt to change positively in work flow and process.
Must have Ohio driver's license and be able to drive to and from all the Close to Home Physician Care Centers, as staffing needs change.
Minimum Physical Requirements:
Sitting Constantly (67-100%)
Talking on phone/in person Constantly (67-100%)
Typing on keyboard Constantly (67-100%)
Standing/walking/reaching/bending Occasionally (0-33%)
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