Blue Sky Neurology – Englewood, CO
ABOUT BLUE SKY NEUROLOGY:
Blue Sky Neurology (BSN) is an innovative neurology practice that provides the full spectrum of neurologic services for patients and those involved in their care. BSN has physicians involved in all phases of neurologic illness: acute neurologic emergencies; neurologic support for hospitalized patients; and outpatient care for those with new or ongoing neurological conditions. BSN was founded in 2005 by established clinicians known throughout Denver and the Colorado region. Since then, the practice has thrived and expanded. BSN currently has 8 outpatient practice locations and is continuing to grow. BSN provides acute stroke care; neuro-critical care; neurologic support and outreach throughout Colorado and the surrounding states with telemedicine technology to hospitals and emergency rooms. There is also active participation in national clinical research studies on the latest neurological treatments. In order to bridge hospital care to outpatient care, BSN has dedicated outpatient neurologists who all have advanced fellowship training and expertise. BSN has office staff, administration, and management to encompass the full spectrum of patient needs and customer service. We are dedicated to providing excellent and compassionate patient care.The philosophy by which we practice blends a caring approach with forward thinking, up-to-date knowledge of neurologic disorders and treatments.
This is a float position. Based on operational need this person would float across all clinics. Home base will be Swedish if there is not a need to float to another clinic as an MA. Eligible for a $1 differential for floating. This position is responsible for all aspects of Medical Assisting responsibilities including and not limited to maintaining an accurate medical supply inventory sheet, ordering all medical supplies, training new employees on OSHA, maintaining up-to date binders on: MA processes, OSHA, MSDS, waste management, Lifewatch, organize pharmaceutical waste pickup.
We want at least 1 year of experience in a busy office setting and a candidate who has been at their current position for at least a year or more.
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.
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 RESPONSIBLITIES:
Other duties may be assigned if determined in the best interest of the Practice. 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. Reconstitute Botox for Providers as needed. Coordinates patient appointment/orders and records. Scans patient information, puts patients data into computer. Sends letters to PCP, as needed ie: 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. Sorts and delivers SMC test results to appropriate physician. Attach relevant lab/rad results in ECW to specific doctors through fax inbox as needed. Makes photocopies as needed. Sends faxes as needed. Assists physicians as needed. Assist with Front Desk Duties as needed. Maintain accurate medical supply inventory sheet to be kept on the N drive. Order all medical supplies for all practice locations. Maintain up-to-date OSHA binder. Maintain up-to-date MSDS binder. Maintain up-to-date MA process binder. Maintain up-to-date lifewatch binder. Train new hires on OSHA. Assist in training MA’s on processes. Organize Pharmaceutical waste pickup. 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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