Non-Provider Careers

CarePoint is an established, multi-specialty physician group with over 300 providers. We deliver high-quality care in a multitude of settings and specialties. CarePoint is growing and we are looking for talented individuals who are passionate about healthcare and looking for a dynamic work environment. 
 
CarePoint offers:
  • Competitive compensation 
  • Comprehensive medical, dental, and vision coverage 
  • Vacation and holiday pay 
  • 401k
  • Disability benefits 
  • Healthy work/life balance 
We encourage you to explore the opportunities we have available:

If you would like additional information, please contact Angela Kresnik, our Director of Human Resources.

Angela Kresnik

Director of Human Resources

Angela brings over 10 years of Human Resources experience to CarePoint and Blue Sky. If you have any questions about our current career opportunities, please email her at careers@carepointhc.com

 


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By email: careers@carepointhc.com

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Medical Assistant - Sky Ridge Medical Center


QUALIFICATIONS: In order to perform this job successfully, individuals must be able to meet and perform each essential duty in a satisfactory manner. The requirements below are representative of the knowledge, skill, ability and/or experience required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform these essential functions.

EDUCATION: MA Degree/Certification preferred; High school diploma or GED required.

EXPERIENCE: Minimum of 1 year MA experience in a busy physician office.

SKILLS:

· Strong attention to detail

· Excellent analytical and critical thinking skills

· Excellent verbal and written communication skills and the ability to communicate effectively with patients, providers and payors

· The ability to multitask

· Strong commitment to actively supporting an ethical open working environment

· Working knowledge of Word and Excel

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

· Taking medical histories and recording vital signs, preparing patients for examination.

· Arrange examining-room instruments and equipment

· Keep waiting and examine rooms neat and clean.

· Follow up with patients before and after surgery.

· Coordinates patient appointment/orders and records.

· Assist surgery scheduler with duties as needed.

· Scans patient information, puts patients data into computer.

· Sends letters to PCP, as needed i.e.: no-shows, record requests etc.

· Triage calls regarding medications, lab and rad results.

· Answers front desk incoming calls when needed.

· Pages physicians concerning hospital consults and files that information in database as needed.

· Attach relevant lab/rad results in ECW to specific doctors through fax inbox as needed.

· Obtains PreOp clearance and fax to facilities prior to surgery.

· Makes photocopies as needed.

· Sends faxes as needed.

· Assists physicians as needed.

· Assist with Front Desk Duties as needed.

· Maintain accurate medical supply inventory

· Submit medical supply and office supply orders

· Other duties as assigned.

All employees must adhere to Adherence to CarePoint’s Compliance Program, all Compliance, billing, coding, HIPAA/Security policies and procedures, and all other CarePoint policies

Compliance, HIPAA and Security:Employees acknowledge that compliance with CarePoint’s HIPAA, Security and Compliance Plan policies and procedures as well as all other CarePoint policies and procedures is a condition of employment and that any violation will result in sanctions up to and including termination based on the type and severity of the violation. Access to and use of Protected Health Information — security clearance which allows employees to review, investigate, and respond to questions from payors. Security access permitted using the Practice’s entrances for this job category is during core hours of building management, 5 days a week. Shift times will vary according to location and need.

Job Type: Full-time

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In-House Healthcare Associate Attorney (Part Time)


Position Summary:  CarePoint Health, LLC is a medical services organization that provides management services to multiple physician specialty practices in several states. The Office of General Counsel advises and represents CarePoint Health, LLC and the physician practice groups it manages. In addition, the Office of General Counsel advises and represents the Board of Directors and Boards of Managers on all legal matters affecting each entity.

The Associate Attorney/Associate General Counsel will report to the General Counsel and will work on a wide variety of matters reflecting the complex and diverse operations of CarePoint Health, LLC and its managed and affiliated entities.

This is a part time, non-benefitted, temporary position. Approximately 20-30 hours per week for at least four weeks, could be longer depending on need.


Education:
 J.D. degree and admission (or pending admission) to the Colorado State Bar

Experience:  Three to five year’s of experience. Healthcare law or Corporate law required.

Knowledge/Skills/Abilities:
  • Excellent judgment, business acumen and common sense
  • Strong work ethic, superior organization skills and the ability to handle multiple tasks in a fast – paced environment under time constraints
  • Works well with others and has the ability to work independently
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills
  • Optimistic attitude that thrives in a dynamic and complex working environment
Job Responsibilities:
  • Review and negotiate contracts
  • Perform legal research and analysis
  • Risk management
  • Provides legal advice and counsel to the executive leadership and health care providers
  • Drafts documents
  • Other duties as assigned

I acknowledge that I have read and understand the above job description in its entirety and am capable of performing all the stated requirements.



 
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Clinical Patient Navigator


Clinical Patient Navigator

Position Summary: 
The clinical patient navigator facilitates excellent patient care by managing incoming referrals and patient scheduling. The position provides support for providers, clinical staff, and patients. The position requires an understanding of the referral/precertification process and provider scheduling requirements to ensure patients are scheduled with the most appropriate provider. Under the supervision of the Patient Navigation Supervisor, the clinical patient navigator helps to ensure a positive experience for Blue Sky Neurology patients, overcome barriers to establishing neurologic care, and actively works to promote access to quality neurologic care. Knowledge of HIPAA and pre-certification requirements from managed care and insurance companies are required.
Position Requirements:
  • Education: 
    • High school diploma or equivalent.
  • Experience: 
    • At least three years of experience, in a clinic setting preferred.
    • MA experience preferred.
  • Knowledge/Skills/Abilities:
    • Must have excellent verbal and written communication skills.
    • Requires effective customer relation skills.
    • Ability to organize and interpret data.
    • Requires good judgment, tact, diplomacy and ability to problem solve.
    • Able to work effectively in a team environment.
    • Must be proficient with computer and related software programs.
Job Responsibilities:
  • Process incoming referrals.
  • Verify appropriate referral for clinic.
  • Verify appropriate paperwork included.
  • Assign appropriate subspecialty.
  • Responsible for tracking, monitoring and reporting of all incoming referrals.
  • Ensure proper authorizations are in place for outpatient specialty referral.
  • Complete necessary paperwork, documentation, and data entry in a timely fashion.
  • Assist patients as they move through the service delivery system.
  • Assist with the elimination of barriers including, but not limited to, insurance, medical records, proper paperwork, and scheduling.
  • Act as a liaison between the patient and all relevant professionals, programs, and resources.
  • Participate and attend staff, department, and team meetings upon request.
  • Collaborate effectively within the organization and interpersonally with co-workers.
  • Develop positive working relationships with medical providers.
  • Assist supervisor with maintenance of provider specifications spreadsheet.
  • Demonstrate and apply knowledge of medical terminology, high proficiency of general medical office procedures including HIPAA regulations.
  • Communicate any insurance changes or trends with supervisor.
  • Maintains a level of productivity that meets expectations of the position.
  • Clearly documents all communications and contact with providers and personnel in standardized documentation requirements, including proper format.
  • Other duties as assigned.
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Provider Facility Credentialist


Position Summary:

The credentialing coordinator will be actively involved in securing privileges for our providers in hospitals and emergency departments and sometimes in multiple states.

Position Requirements:

Education:
  • High school diploma
Experience:
  • Three years or more of prior credentialing experience
Knowledge/Skills/Abilities:
  • Excellent attention to detail.
  • Excellent phone and interpersonal skills.
  • Strong Microsoft Office skills required.
  • Ability to communicate professionally.
  • Ability to effectively multi-task.
Job Responsibilities:
  • Ability to compile documents for hospital credentialing for our providers.
  • Works closely with physicians and advanced practice providers through the credentialing process.
  • Tracks documents and timeframes associated with credentialing.
  • Ability to meet short deadlines.
  • Other duties as assigned.

Job Type: Full-time
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Neuropsychology Psychometrician


GENERAL SUMMARY

A Psychometrist is a clinical position that entails interaction with patients, their families, and their caregivers. They will administer and score standardized and non-standardized tests of cognitive function including attention, memory, language, visuospatial/constructional ability, executive function, mood, and personality for the purpose of assisting in the diagnosis of neurobehavioral disorders. They will help establish an appropriate testing environment, score all tests administered, and prepare an accurate summary of scores and behavioral observations for the staff neuropsychologist. They will work with two different neuropsychologists within a busy multidisciplinary outpatient neurology clinic in Denver.
 

PRINCIPAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

1.) Under the supervision of the Neuropsychologist, administers standardized neuropsychological tests of intelligence and mental abilities in the course of a work-up for behavioral disorders, associated with known or suspected neurological/psychiatric illness/disease including neurodegenerative conditions, cerebrovascular disease, MS, epilepsy, stroke, brain tumor, learning disability, ADHD, developmental disorders and other syndromes affecting brain and behavior. Testing is done in conjunction with the assessment of the patient/family member(s)/caregiver(s) by the staff neuropsychologist who will also conduct some of the testing.

2.) Makes observations of the patient's behavior and affect during the evaluation and records these in a concise, systematic manner.

3.) Establishes rapport with patients to ensure appropriate and comfortable conditions for conducting neuropsychological tests.

4.) Administers and scores self-report and interview-based inventories and checklists used with family member(s)/caregiver(s) for the purpose of obtaining additional information for the diagnostic evaluation.

5.) Scores all tests administered according to standardized methods and/or methods designed by the Neuropsychologist. Enters scores and other data in database as necessary.

6.) Coordinates daily testing schedule for patients and family members/caregivers. Schedules follow-up testing appointments when necessary and takes necessary steps to ensure maximal patient follow-through. For example, this may involve telephoning the patient/family/caregiver 1-2 days prior to the follow-up appointment as a reminder.

7.) Maintains test equipment and recording forms in working condition and good supply. Performs inventory and orders new supplies/equipment/forms as necessary. Notifies Neuropsychologist when equipment is in need of repair/replacement. Designs, updates, and produces new or replacement test forms per Neuropsychologist.

8.) Performs occasional administrative support tasks such as are necessary in the day-to-day operation of the Neuropsychology service.

9.) Performs other related duties as required.
 

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS

Bachelor's Degree. Major in Psychology or other Behavioral Science and prior experience with neuropsychological testing highly preferred.
 

SKILLS AND ABILITIES REQUIRED

1.) Excellent interpersonal skills including the capacity to work with and elicit cooperation from patients with significant cognitive, behavioral, and psychiatric problems.

2.) Excellent interpersonal skills in interacting with other professional and administrative staff in the medical center. 3.) Excellent observational skills and the ability to record those observations systematically and reliably.
4.) Excellent organizational skill and attention to detail.

5.) Commitment to adhere to the highest ethical standards, as dictated by the Neuropsychologist and various mental health statutes. Willingness to undergo appropriate HIPAA training as designated by the Neuropsychologist, and follow all procedures to ensure the protection and privacy of protected health information and neuropsychological data.

6.) Coordinates daily testing schedule for patients and family members/caregivers. Schedules follow-up testing appointments when necessary and takes necessary steps to ensure maximal patient follow-through. For example, this may involve telephoning the patient/family/caregiver 1-2 days prior to the follow-up appointment as a reminder.

7.) Maintains test equipment and recording forms in working condition and good supply. Performs inventory and orders new supplies/equipment/forms as necessary. Notifies Neuropsychologist when equipment is in need of repair/replacement. Designs, updates, and produces new or replacement test forms per Neuropsychologist.

Benefits:

  • CarePoint is the umbrella organization of Blue Sky Neurology, and is an established, multi-specialty physician group with over 300 providers. We deliver high-quality care in a multitude of settings and specialties. CarePoint is growing and we are looking for talented individuals who are passionate about healthcare and looking for a dynamic work environment.

  • Employees will appreciate the abundant outdoor recreation opportunities and 300+ days of sunshine per year in the Denver region

CarePoint offers:

  • Competitive compensation 
  • Comprehensive medical, dental, and vision coverage
  • Vacation and holiday pay
  • 401k
  • Disability benefits
  • Healthy work/life balance
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