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Classified Title:  CO Patient Service Coordinator
Working Title: Patient Servive Coordinator/Certified Medical adjunct  ​​​​​
function/Level/Range: ATO 40/E/02/OD 
Starting income Range: $15.11 - $20.79 (commensurate with practice)
Employee group: Full Time 
Schedule: Varies 
Exempt Status: Non-Exempt ​​​​​​R 03; 
Job location: 24-MD:JH at Greenspring Station 
Department name: 10002799-SOM DOM General Admin Chairmans Offf 
Personnel area: School of Medicine
General summary/purpose:
The position within the Department of Medicine has dual responsibilities as both a Patient Service Coordinator and Certified Medical adjunct to function in the newly launched departmental float pool. Float pool members will be required to work at all DOM un-regulated satellite locations including but not limited to: Greenspring Station, White Marsh, Knoll North (Columbia), Odenton, Greater Baltimore Medical Center, and Johns Hopkins Bayview (Rheumatology and Comprehensive Care).
Specific tasks/Job responsibilities:
Patient Service Coordinator position Job responsibilities: 50%
   » Offer friendly, courteous, and confidential assistance to every patient to ensure that the patient has a positive practice while at assigned clinic.
   » Maintain accurate information on each patient to facilitate the patient encounter. Use automated systems to expedite patient scheduling, pre-registration, check-in, and check-out. Work with others in a team environment.
   » Schedule patients for laboratory tests, medical examinations, and consultations. Relay information to patients regarding preparation for laboratory tests and examinations.
   » Coordinate visits either within the department or between several departments. Telephone and interview patients and/or family members to obtain accurate pre-registration information and to confirm appointments. Print and mail directions, maps, fee schedules, and department specific information to patients. Send medical questionnaire forms to patients to obtain missing information. Verify and enter pre-registration and insurance information into the computer system and prepare everyday printed schedules for designated areas. Obtain and/or verify patient's demographic data by phone or in person. Confirm appointments by telephone and/or mail. Fill vacancies due to cancellations.
   » Obtain pre-certifications as required by patients' health care insurers or managed care providers. Register patients for clinical appointments using computerized database. Inform patients of costs of care being provided, and guide them to appropriate resources For more information, guidance, or assistance. Arrange or assist in arranging patient transportation.
   » Answer phones and provide routine information to callers. If a patient has to be admitted to the hospital, take care of administrative tasks of admission so that the patient may go directly to the floor.
   » Review patient charges and extract chargeable items. Collect time of service payments, issues receipts, and prepare cash settlement records. Input diagnostic and procedure codes to TAP system for computer billing. Discuss patient charges, if appropriate, with patients and/or patients' families. Work with available downtown and local support to evaluate eligibility for alternative sources of financing such as Medicaid, Patient Care Funds, loans or other payment sources. Refer patient to appropriate office and ensure application for funds has been made. Prepare patient's statement of charges and review with patient.
   » Assist with basic insurance and third party queries and explain payment policies. Mail lab and patient result letters, file, create and maintain paper and electronic patient charts, provide accurate and timely messages to MDs, fulfill HIPAA compliant ingoing and outgoing medical records requests, manage incoming and outgoing faxes, provide accurate appointment entry/check in/ check out.
Certified Medical adjunct Job responsibilities: 50%
Clinical: Participates in the care of the patient, under the direct supervision of the Physician and in collaboration with the healthcare team.
   » Collects patient information and assessment data. Obtains and records patient’s vital signs: temperature, pulse, respirations, blood pressure, weight and height. Reports assessment findings to practitioner, and records on appropriate documentation forms in a timely manner. Obtains additional data from patient and significant other located on initial data collection. Performs chart review prior to clinic visit to obtain historical data.
   » Monitors patient status recognizing and reporting abnormal findings or changes in condition.
   » Organizes patient care activities located on assessment findings.
   » Confirms and clarifies written orders prior to implementation of delegated tasks.
   » Maintains and uses principles of aseptic techniques and infection control when performing clinical tasks and tasks.
   » Under clinical supervision, performs delegated procedures common to the specialty area in a safe, effective, and efficient manner according to Clinical Practice Policy and Procedures. (See attached expertise list).
   » Assists practitioner in identified patient procedures/treatments/examinations, (preparation, positioning, supplies, equipment). Proactively problem-solves and identifies solutions to barriers to safety.
   » Appropriately obtains and manages specimens, including: labeling, form completion, transport to laboratories, and log maintenance. Performs quality control for waived testing.
   » Recognizes emergency situations and implements emergency procedures according to clinic guidelines. Administers first aid, CPR, and maintains emergency equipment and supplies.
   » Provides appropriate patient education, health information materials and community resource lists as directed, and maintains educational supplies. Identifies patient’s need for additional information, and refers to appropriate healthcare resources.
   » Perform injections, including but not limited to, flu, Hepatitis A, B, and C
   » Know how to administer breath tests and capsules
   » Take pre-visit vitals, including but not limited to, weight, blood pressure, temperature
   » Obtain lab results, and under MD guidance, does routine patient notification of results.
Unit Operations: In close partnership with health care team, assures smooth and efficient patient flow and clinical operation.
   » Assists patients to exam room and prepares patients for examination. Assists patients in wheelchairs and stretchers with transfers to and from exam tables, procedure tables, and scales utilizing proper body mechanics and safety measures. Identifies patients with special needs.
   » Directs patients with medical complaints who call or arrive to the clinic to the patient’s physician and/or emergency room for assistance.
   » Orders, stocks, and maintains exam rooms and clinic areas with standard levels of supplies, medications, linens, nourishments, forms and equipment. Recognizes patient care trends affecting unit supplies and notifies clinic manager.
   » Operates clinical equipment according to equipment procedures including safety and quality control checks. Checks clinic area and rooms for malfunctioning equipment and general maintenance problems on a regular basis. Reports findings to appropriate person or arranges for repairs as required.
   » Ensures that soiled linen, needle containers and potentially infectious waste are appropriately disposed and removed from the clinic and exam area according to the infection control guidelines.
   » Performs related and delegated tasks, which includes requests for prescription refills, taking and relaying messages, directing patient flow and running errands.
   » Works with healthcare team to assure smooth and efficient patient flow and clinical operation. Problem solves obstacles to throughput process and notifies manager and patients of wait time.
   » Assist with front desk tasks, including but not limited to-
   » Filing
   » Scanning
   » Purging Records
   » Clearing the fax machine and distributing documents appropriately
   » Printing EPR notes
Minimum Appropriate qualifications:
   » Requires high school diploma or GED, and completion of an accredited Medical adjunct training program, such as courses provided through Medix, community colleges, and/or vocational schools.
   » Must have current certification in CPR.
   » Requires one year work practice in a similar service oriented industry. Additional education may be substituted for year of practice.
JHU Equivalency Formula: 30 undergraduate degree credits (semester hours) or 18 graduate degree credits may substitute for one year of practice. Additional related practice may substitute for required education on the same basis. For jobs where equivalency is permitted, up to two years of non-related college course work may be applied towards the total minimum education/practice required for the respective job.
Special expertise, expertise, and abilities:
   » Requires prosperous interpersonal and communication expertise with patients, families, physicians, and other health care team members in order to foster optimal quality of outpatient care.
   » capability to use computer keyboard functions to input and obtain data.
   » candidates must be able to drive and have access to a personal vehicle.
Technical qualifications or specialized certifications:
   » Certification/Registration as a Medical adjunct (e.g. CMA, AAMA, RMA, AMT, NAHP) required.
The prosperous candidate(s) for this position will be subject to a pre-employment background check.

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Job Information
   » Job location: Baltimore, Maryland, United States
   » Listing ID: 46074377
   » Published: January 12, 2019
   » Position Title:Patient Service Coordinator/MA
   » Employer's nameJohns Hopkins University
   » Listing Function:Additional Opportunities
   » Entry Level:No

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