Physician Support Spec, Vascular Surgery
Performs secretarial and administrative duties in support of the clinical and educational programs for the Vascular Surgery Division. Will be responsible for all clinic preparation, including but not limited to, activities associated with provider calendaring, patient scheduling, coordinating patient care and the flow of patient information for the optimization of patient outcomes. Monitors and ensures all functions in the ambulatory setting are completed in an accurate, efficient, and customer friendly manner. Assists the Practice Manager and division Administrator operationally working as a team with all providers and staff.
Support the clinical activities of the faculty members as assigned.
Schedules appointments, tests, and surgeries, coordinating appointments, tests and consults in preparation for surgery or further clinical work-up
Serves as the point of contact for the Administrator, Practice Manager and providers.
Inputs and maintains provider templates, ensuring correct clinic rotations are followed.
Uses opening and closing templates for provider’s conference dates and time away.
Examines clinic schedules for opportunities to optimize time and effort to improve the patient experience and increase productivity.
Researches eRecord and other databases and/or files for accurate patient scheduling information, ensuring all relevant appointments are scheduled and diagnostic imaging results scheduled and received.
Using independent judgment, researches and responds to incoming phone calls, routing calls when appropriate and/or taking detailed messages for providers, practice manager and/or division administrator.
Conducts follow up phone calls to patients on behalf of the providers, APPs and practice manager; and reschedules no shows and bumped patients.
Administrative support for the Director and Administrator
Uses the phone answering system (ACD) to monitor/answer incoming calls to the Division main line for physician-practice business related issues.
Performs triage on incoming calls to determine what action can be taken at the time of the call, what calls should be transferred to another area, and what calls should be forwarded to a physician.
Communicates with Division Administrator regarding operational issues, practice concerns, and quality assurance matters.
Attends departmental meetings for training purposes or participation in addressing a specific operational issue.
Manages eRecord pool messages, documenting actions in patient charts as appropriate
Prioritizes orders through eRecord work-queues and clerical pool messages. These include performing tasks such as queuing medication refills, managing release of information requests, referrals, etc.
As needed for cross coverage support, performs check-in & check out functions during clinic time for all providers.
Responsible for the accurate and complete registration of all patients.
Books return clinic visits, optimizing provider schedules, process provider requests, scheduling for specialty clinics.
Performs other duties as assigned.
Other duties as assigned.
High School Diploma and Minimum of 2 years of relevant experience required
Or equivalent combination of education and experience required
Medical Terminology, experiences with surgical/appointment scheduling software (such as Flowcast), and electronic medical records preferred. Demonstrated customer service skills preferred.
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How To Apply
All applicants must apply online.
EOE Minorities/Females/Protected Veterans/Disabled
Location: Medical Faculty Group
Full/Part Time: Full-Time
Opening: Full Time 40 hours Grade 009