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Provide clinical business process support in a busy Reproductive Endocrinology and Infertility Clinic. This PSA position will be mainly responsible for assisting daily operations of Assistant Reproductive Technologies Laboratory. This individual will join a team of andrologists, embryologists, and fertility healthcare providers with a longstanding track record of successful teamwork and program building.
The major responsibilities will include:
1) Scheduling appointments by phone and in person and performing check in and check out.
2) Facilitating the communication between lab personnel and clinic staff.
3) Ordering, tracking and receiving of lab supplies.
4) Lab related billing function.
5) Perform patient identity check, patient rooming and sample receiving and labeling. Following the standard disinfection protocol to clean the room.
6) Enter the lab results, outside lab reports and patient medical records into EMR system.
7) Enter the lab results into several lab databases for QC and QI purpose.
8) Assisting lab staff to coordinate the frozen specimen disposition, including requesting and receiving consent and shipment of sample.
Participation is expected to apply the high reliability principles and work with clinic staff to improve patient quality of care, safety, and clinic workflows. This position directly reports to the Technical Supervisor/Laboratory Director.
The individual chosen will be responsible for meeting the highest standards of customer service including exhibiting a professional and positive image when interacting with patients, faculty and staff. Strong interpersonal and organization skills. Must be organized, multi-tasking self-starter and self-motivated with strong problem solving skills. Must be able to work very well with others in a close team setting and be able to accept direction from multiple sources and prioritize tasks. Position requires individual to be flexible and exhibit professionalism in all interactions and communications. Strong and effective communication skills. Demonstrates active listening, written, verbal and information technology skills. Working knowledge of basic medical terminology.
Patient Services Associate Requires:
- High School Diploma or GED.
- 2-3 years of experience.
More than 1 years' experience in a medical office setting. Knowledge of University Policies and Procedures. Strongly prefer current or recent experience in Michigan Medicine Ambulatory care clinic setting and trained in Cadence, check-in and check-out within MIChart.
This is a 40 hour per week position and will have variable/flexible weeday daytime schedule determined by the clinic demand and include approximately 1 out of 5 scheduled Saturday and Sunday mornings.
40 hours per week. This is a weekday position and weekend, and holiday rotation is rarely needed. Weekday daytime schedule determined by the clinic demand and included approximately 30 minutes shifting earlier or later.
Center for Reproductive Medicine, Briarwood Bldg 1, Suite B, 475 Market Place, Ann Arbor, MI 48108,
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