CLINICAL RESIDENT ASSISTANT (PEDIATRICS): As part of the healthcare team, supports Pediatric Newborn Service and residents on the inpatient units, coordinating all non-physician tasks directly related to patient care by facilitating patient testing and follow-up, delivery of clinical services, discharge planning and post discharge appointments. Communicates as needed with attending physicians, referring physicians, ancillary services, nursing, and parents. Bridges the gap between inpatient and outpatient settings, enhancing both patient and physician satisfaction by ensuring uninterrupted continuum of care. Manages paperwork associated with patient care.
Assists in distributing resident's workload along with maintaining a workboard, coordinates all additional follow-up studies and appointments required by care team; ensures all tests, studies, and appointments occur as planned; obtains test results and records as needed from referring hospitals/MDs and ancillary services; coordinates post discharge appointments, prescriptions, referrals, and ancillary procedures; evaluates and resolves clinical scheduling issues; assists with identification and monitoring of discharge delays dues to system problems; assists with data collection and maintains database for analysis and action; identifies work needs and determines task priorities; maintains good rapport and cooperative relationships; other duties as assigned. Hours: Every Sunday, Wednesday, and Saturday (5:30 AM - 2:00 PM)
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- Must be knowledgeable with Epic and experience in a clinical setting, either inpatient or outpatient.
- Must have demonstrated knowledge of medical terminology, as well as organizational skills, problem solving skills, strong interpersonal and communication skills, and efficiency in a fast paced clinical environment.
- Demonstrate dependability and ability to take initiative, to prioritize, and to accept direction from providers and other team members.
- Ability to successfully interact with diverse groups of people, including physicians, nurses, patients and families; excellent computer literacy with typing accuracy and speed.
- Must have good attendance, and be proactive.
- Associate's degree in a health science field, or an equivalent combination of education and experience is necessary
- Knowledge of MiChart / Greaseboard
- Experience working in a large, complex healthcare setting
- Requires good communication skills with routine calendar and email updates
- Fast adapting / not afraid of changes.
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