New job Admissions Interviewer in Minnesota | 2021
Company : University of Minnesota
Salary : Details not provided
Location : Minnesota
- Business college, office skills training, university level education, clerical experience involving contact with the public, or a combination of related medical clerical / receptionist experience and education to total four years.
- Experience in a related health clinic clerical position.
- Experience with an electronic medical record system.
- Demonstrated commitment to promoting a culture that respects and advances diversity and inclusion.
- Experience in a related mental health clinic clerical position.
- Excellent customer service focus & skills.
- Must have ability to use independent judgment to perform a wide variety of tasks in a professional manner.
- Strong communication and interpersonal skills.
- Ability to prioritize, problem solve and multitask and perform in high demanding environment.
- Able to perform well under pressure and can handle multiple tasks at one time.
- Excellent problem solving skills.
- Previous experience with Point and Click or other EMR computer programs
- Experience working with individuals from diverse racial, ethnic, and socioeconomic backgrounds.
General Statement of Responsibilities:
The Admissions Interviewer at Boynton Health support provider staff with assessing appropriate service to meet the care needs of the patients in a mental health clinic. Assigned responsibilities are carried out in a manner respectful of the rights of patients, and conducive to the efficient, effective rendering of high quality ambulatory care.
Detailed Job Responsibilities:
- Screen patients:
- Collect patient data
- Assure eligibility of the patient to receive care at Boynton Health
- Interview to obtain history and reason for visit
- Interpret collected data to identify patients’ appointment needs
- Refer significant findings to the Triage Nurse or Urgent Counselor or the provider for assessment
- Recognize and respond to emergencies and unplanned situations
- Appointment scheduling and appointment arrivals:
- Know MHC scheduling guidelines as developed by the provider staff and be able to explain them to patients if necessary
- Adhere to and explain HIPAA policy and Acknowledgement of Notice of Privacy Practices form to patients.
- Explain Patient Financial Responsibility Statement to patients.
- Collect visit copays and inform the patients about their financial responsibilities for payment when receiving services in the Mental Health Clinic
- Issue “Zoom” invites for patients who receive care via TeleHealth
- Correct use of pronouns as indicated by the patient or staff
- Schedule language or hearing translators, if needed
- Obtain current insurance information and appropriate release forms
- Verify all demographic information
- Generate a mental health medical record through the electronic medical records system
- Report and record patient information:
- Answer a high volume of phone calls
- Take phone messages from callers requesting to speak with a provider and forwarding that information electronically
- Offer urgent services to students who call in and appear to be in distress
- Complete paperwork and electronic messaging necessary to facilitate patient care
- Handle all patient information by phone or in person within boundaries set by patients’ rights to confidentiality
- Perform delegated tasks:
- Process letters, forms and release of information requests in a timely manner
- Fax documents as requested
- Follow up on missing provider billing charges
- Scan and file patient information into the electronic medical record
- Other duties and tasks assigned
- Continual improvement of systems and processes supporting patient access to service:
- Attend and participate in weekly staff meetings, classes, workshops and in-services
- Maintain compliance with applicable OSHA, HIPPA, MERTKA, and credit card/financial confidentiality policies. Adhere to University, Boynton Health and Mental Health Clinic policies and procedures.
- Keep Team Leader informed of any problems with our systems or procedures.
- Participate in ongoing review of policies, procedures and protocols
- Participate in Quality Improvement projects
- Work Environment:
- Promote a safe, equitable, and respectful environment in which concerns can be addressed effectively.
About Boynton Health, Mental Health
Boynton Health, a nationally recognized leader in college health, is transforming health and academic success for students. Our mission is to create a healthy community by working with students, faculty and staff to achieve physical, emotional and social well-being. Boynton provides comprehensive health care to students, faculty and staff. Boynton conducts significant outreach efforts including student-led health promotion in the areas of sexual health, nutrition and stress management. It conducts a comprehensive survey of college students to give postsecondary institutions a look at the health of their students. And it conducts community-based public health initiatives to support the health of everyone on campus.
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The University of Minnesota, Twin Cities (UMTC)
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