Administrative Assistant III
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POST DATE 9/2/2020
END DATE 9/23/2020
University of California - Los Angeles Medical Centers
Los Angeles, CA
Based in the 1919nImaging Center, serve as a reception and scheduling coordinator. Incumbents are responsible for a fullncomplement of Radiology front end processes including Reception, Image Library,nScheduling, and Technologist Assistant duties on a rotating basis.
Reception duties include thenregistration/arrival of patients; obtain clinical information pertinent to thenscheduled exams; collect cash/insurance and authorization information. Digital Librarian duties include digitizationnof hardcopy images; create hardcopy and/or CDs of images; and retrievencomparison studies.
Scheduling duties asnrequired for add-on and follow-up appointments, etc. Technologistnassistant duties include facilitating MRI patient preparation, safety screeningnand education. The AdministrativenAssistant demonstrates maximum flexibility and multitasking capabilities whilenworking with staff as a team.Qualifications
Strong interpersonal andn communication skills. Ability to interact appropriately and congeniallyn with staff, faculty, fellows, residents and patients.
Ability to establish comfortable relationships with patients andn their family member.
Ability to independently make decisions in the absence ofn superiors.
Ability to adjust to changing priorities, frequent interruptions,n deadlines, emergencies and heavy workload.
Strong working knowledge of personal computers, HIS, RIS, LORAD,n PACSCUBE CD Burner, Array Digitizer
Skill in typing with accuracy and moderate speed.
Ability to use mathematical skills to efficiently analyze variousn pertinent data related to workload and finance.
Medical terminology to a level permitting accurate preparation ofn scheduling patient procedures interacting with physicians, patients andn staff.
Basic organizational skills to ensure a workable efficient officen including organization schedules, electronic and paper records and files.
Skill in analyzing information or situations to define a problem,n identify relevant concerns, formulate logical and objective conclusionsn and alternatives.
Ability to handle confidentiality issues with tact and diplomacy.
Ability to read and write correspondence and reports of a businessn nature using proper grammar, punctuation and syntax.
Basic organization skills to ensure a workable, efficient officen operation.
Working knowledge of hospital/billing forms and the ability ton explain services and charges to patients and/or family.
Skill in quickly assimilating and retaining a large body ofn financial screening and patient registration information.
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