University of Rochester Intake Associate - 233377 in Rochester, New York
Intake Associate Job ID 233377Location Strong Memorial Hospital Full/Part Time Full-Time Favorite Job Regular/Temporary Regular Opening
Full Time 40 hours Grade 051 Psychiatry SMH Child/AdolesSchedule
8 AM-5 PMResponsibilities
Work queue Referral Coordinator: 40%
Responds promptly to all work queue referrals
Documents in the work queue system and eRecord patient charts
Conducts intake phone screens with potential patients/families
Completes correspondence with patients, primary care providers, and referring specialty pediatrics providers
Patient Intake and Service Coordination: 50%
Schedules new patient visits as needed
Attends weekly supervision and Intake Team meetings
Works collaboratively with, and covers for other Intake Team members when they are not available
Handles patient complaints and inquiries regarding intake issues, including correspondence; assures that patients are given prompt, courteous attention by telephone or by letter
Serves as a focal point for answering questions and solving problems regarding intake issues for difficult or unusual circumstances, assists in problem identification and resolution
Prepares monthly reports for the director
Liaison Responsibilities: 5%
Interfaces with Crisis Intervention Service Team on patients needing access to crisis services
Coordinates with Financial Counselors regarding fees and insurance issues
Establishes and regularly maintains cooperative working relationships with community and health care agencies and professional and administrative staff of the Medical Center and University.
Handles inquiries from other UR Medicine clinical services (e.g. Inpatient psychiatry, pediatric partial hospitalization in psychiatry, and pediatric clinics) as well as community providers (e.g. PCPs, school district staff) when the Clinical Intake Coordinator is unavailable.
Additional Professional Responsibilities: 5%
Continuous performance improvement through reading, attending in-services, and workshops
Participates in Departmental and programmatic diversity presentations and meets annual training expectations on diversity
Demonstrates commitment to the mission of the Department of Psychiatry, UR Medicine and the University by modeling honesty and integrity.
Personally committed to understanding and meeting the unique needs of external and internal customers.
Contributes to the vision and mission of the Child & Adolescent Psychiatry Division
Maintains a thorough knowledge of Department of Psychiatry, UR Medicine: Pediatric Behavioral Health & Wellness policies and procedures.
Excellent organizational skills
Excellent oral and written communication skills
Excellent attention to details
Excellent internal and external customer service skills (e.g., with families, physicians, mental health clinicians, trainees)
Proficient computer experience (with programs such as excel)
Bachelor's degree with major course work in social or technical field; or an equivalent combination of education and experience
How To Apply
All applicants must apply online.
EOE Minorities/Females/Protected Veterans/Disabled