PATIENT SERVICES SPECIALIST 1-TRAINEE OR PSS 2 (INDEED HIRING EVENT) $17.05 – 23.16 per hour

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PATIENT SERVICES SPECIALIST 1-TRAINEE OR PSS 2 (INDEED HIRING EVENT)

PATIENT SERVICES SPECIALIST 1-TRAINEE OR PSS 2 (INDEED HIRING EVENT)
Req #: 199917
Department: UW MEDICAL CENTER – MONTLAKE
Job Location: UW Medical Center – Montlake
Posting Date: 11/24/2021
Closing Info: Open Until Filled
Salary: $17.05 – $23.16 per hour
Union Position: Yes
Shift: First Shift

UW Medical Center has multiple opportunities for a Patient Services Specialist 1-Trainee or PSS 2

Date: Tuesday, November 30th, 2021
Time: 10:30am – 1:00pm (Pacific Standard Time)

The Patient Services Specialist (PSS) demonstrates service excellence standards in independently performing the following support services: reception and discharge activities; schedule appointments; coordinate care with other services; check-in patients; provide initial triage; coordinate referral process; coordinate medical records; obtain and verify registration information/insurance; process charge documents; collect time-of-service payments; perform other necessary activities to maintain clinic operations.

Duties & Responsibilities Include:

Performance Standards/Reception Activities:

  • Employ excellent customer service skills.
  • Ensure smooth patient flow.
  • Review clinic schedule daily.
  • Obtain patient demographic information and insurance information.
  • Provide general patient services.
  • Respond to patients’ needs and concerns as appropriate. Investigate complaints and work with office manager to find solutions.
  • May accept and process patient payments

Appointment Scheduling:

  • Schedule appointments consistent with patient needs and clinic scheduling guidelines.
  • Assemble and send appointment and other information.
  • Maintain current and accurate system by entering canceled and rescheduled appointments.
  • Coordinate and schedule ancillary appointments and consult appointments.

Telephone Support:

  • Answer the telephone in a professional, courteous, and efficient manner according to HMC telephone service standards; direct calls as appropriate.
  • Using clinic guidelines, gather information on the telephone re: the nature of the patient concern. Triage calls to appropriate staff; obtain necessary information for the return call; initiate emergency procedure when necessary, use appropriate documentation tools.
  • Communicate information on medical center programs to patients, referral agencies, University departments, physicians and the community.
  • Communicate basic information to patients such as insurance, parking, driving directions,

Referral Coordination:

  • Manage referral queue.
  • Obtain necessary insurance plan information.
  • Maintain ongoing documentation and tracks authorized referrals.
  • Ensure that all referrals are properly linked to appointments.

Medical Record Activities:

  • Review daily schedules to identify required medical record requests.
  • Order, coordinate, and distribute medical records as needed.
  • Prepare medical record according to clinic-specific procedures for patient visit.

Billing Activities:

  • Initiate fee sheet upon patient arrival to clinic.
  • Track fee sheet according to clinic guidelines to ensure that all services are billed.
  • Audit fee sheets for completeness and accuracy and process and submit to appropriate charge coordinator daily according to clinic guidelines.
  • Review, correct and resubmit charge documents on a daily basis as necessary according to clinic guidelines.

General Duties:

  • Assist in orientating and training new staff.
  • Review email daily to stay current with clinic communication.
  • Maintain the physical environment for safety of staff and patients and for aesthetic presentation of the area (for example, organizing the waiting room furniture and magazine area.)
  • Inventory and order office supplies and forms.
  • Sort and distribute faxes and mail on a daily basis.
  • Ensure daily functioning of office equipment.
  • Utilize on-line resources as required according to clinic practice and within University guidelines.
  • Perform other related duties as required.

Requirements:
Patient Services Specialists are hired as either PSS 1-Trainee or PSS 2, depending on experience and qualifications. The requirements are:

  • PATIENT SERVICES SPECIALIST 1-TRAINEE REQUIREMENTS: High School graduation or equivalent AND one year of experience in a health care setting OR two years of general office experience OR equivalent education/experience.
  • PATIENT SERVICES SPECIALIST 2 REQUIREMENTS: High School graduation or equivalent AND one year of experience in a health care setting OR three years of general office or customer services experience OR equivalent education/experience.

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