The Medical Assistant Specialist will work in collaboration with the pre kidney transplant team, triage, clerical staff, and medical staff to increase effectiveness in the recipient referral and evaluation process.
- Act as a liaison between RN and clerical team in the triage office
- Assist in reviewing patient referral intake questionnaire and assist with conducting appropriate pre-evaluation interviews to obtain additional medical histories
- Scheduling and coordinating diagnostic and lab testing for referral patients coming in for evaluation clinic.
- Request appropriate patient records for transplant evaluation committee, review obtained records for patient history information, update the Organ Transplant Information System (OTIS) accordingly.
- Communicate effectively with triage team, physicians, call center and other disciplines.
- May provide leadership and guiding support to triage clerical staff during the recipient referral and evaluation process.
- Prepare clinic prep for all Taubman and outreach clinics.
- Coordinate special needs classes, sign language and foreign language.
- May work closely with RN, Pre Kidney Transplant Manager, Outreach manager, Dialysis Centers and Social Work.
Other related duties:
- Attend Transplant Expo’s and Explore Transplant events when deemed appropriate
- General supervision is received from Medical Assistant Supervisor, Transplant Center Nurse Manager.
- Demonstrated competence in a medical assistant role for a minimum of 3 years is necessary.
- Transplant Experience of at least one year is required.
- Demonstrated progressive roles in leadership in current department.
- Graduation from an accredited Medical Assistant education program or equivalent combination of education and experience is necessary.
- Solid attendence record.
- Additional formal education in a health care field is desired.
- Certification as a Medical Assistant is desired.
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