Patient Access Representative – CCP Richland Pediatrics
The Ambulatory Patient Access Representative is responsible for greeting and registering patients, answering telephone calls, scheduling appointments, and pulling and filing medical charts when indicated.
Schedule: (Full Time)
Monday thru Friday 8am-5pm (1 hour lunch)
1st & 3rd Saturday each month 8:30am-noon
Richland Pediatrics Mansfield
120 Sturges Avenue #1
Mansfield, Ohio 44903
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Provides excellent customer service to patients and families by applying best practices and standard operating procedures.
Interviews and registers patients in registration areas that report up through Patient Access.
Obtains accurate demographic, insurance, and physician information on registrations.
Screens customer data to ensure patient is eligible for insurance indicated.
Communicates differences to the customer.
Screens registrations to ensure insurance pre-certification and physician referral requirements are met. Instructs customer on requirements.
Assists in identifying self-pay patients and referring them to financial assistance when applicable. Instructs customer on requirements.
Establishes and maintains open communication with the all departments that Patient Access interacts with and clinical staff in those areas.
Assists in the shadowing/precepting of new employees.
KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES REQUIRED:
High school graduate. Associates degree preferred.
Certifications: CPR certification (based on position and as determined by manager).
Demonstrated computer skills required with the ability to navigate most current technology systems.
Strong administrative skills required.
Excellent customer service and organizational skills.
One-year previous health care experience preferred.
Minimum Physical Requirement:
Squat/kneel – Frequently
Reaching above shoulder – Frequently
Lifting/carrying up to 20 lbs – Frequently
Pushing/pulling up to 60 lbs. – Frequently
Exposed to blood and/or bodily fluids
Utilizing patient equipment
Ability to multi-task within a stressful environment