Office Coordinator - OHS - Part-time, Monday and Tuesday, 8:00-4:30
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POST DATE 8/24/2016
END DATE 10/18/2016
JOB DESCRIPTIONAPPLY Job Code: 07987-48237
Under the general supervision of the OHS Accounts & Billing Manager, the Office Coordinator is responsible for coordinating and maintaining business office activities for Occupational Health Services. This includes coordination of registration staff, discharge staff, admissions / discharge processes, and clinic scheduling. Strong organization, communication, and customer service skills are required. Also oversees department volunteers and interns when assigned to OHS. The Office Coordinator assists the OHS leadership team in identifying process improvement opportunities and in ensuring customer expectations are exceeded in all avenues of our business.
KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES
MUST BE ABLE TO DEMONSTRATE UNDERSTANDING OF HCA S AND ST. DAVID S PATIENTS FIRST SAFETY INITIATIVE BY STRICT COMPLIANCE TO ALL SAFETY PROTOCOLS AND PROCEDURES. Handling of confidential patient, client/company, staff and clinic financial information. Utilization of basic accounting knowledge, skills, and documentation. Will have numerous formal and informal contacts with physicians, hospital employees, corporate clients and members of the community on a daily basis. Thorough understanding of Texas Workers Compensation rules and regulations related to injury care administrative requirements is necessary. Must possess a high level of computer skills in varied software programs for word processing, chart/presentation generation, spreadsheets and clinical database operations. Recognizes that variables such as age, race, nationality, culture, disease-causing vulnerabilities, socioeconomic factors affect the patient populations receiving care within the facility. Uses interventions appropriate to these factors (e.g., interpreter, dietary preferences, social service consult, etc.)
REQUIRED: High School Graduate / GED
PREFERRED: Associates Degree or Equivalent, Office Management, Claims, Accounting, Administrative Support.
Required Two years experience in business office of a medical setting.
Preferred: Strong knowledge of Texas Workers Compensation rules, regulations and insurance, networks and billing procedures
Last Edited: 09/02/2016