Executive Oper/Stud Svs Spec - Small Animal Medicine
University of Minnesota, Twin Cities
Location: Minneapolis, Minnesota
Salary: 40,206.40 - 60,070.40
2 openings available.
Internal Number: 352505
Essential Functions Client Responsibilities • Delights clients by welcoming them to the VMC and provides a caring, reliable and knowledgeable first contact point. • Assists with accurate electronic medical record keeping by ensuring all authorization forms are signed and completed records are forwarded to Medical Records for scanning. • Schedules appointments and consults across receiving services. • Communicates with services to ensure efficient and effective patient care. • Ensures that the billing process is initiated in the hospital computer system and all personnel tending to patient are entered on bill order. • Creates a safe, secure, and accident-free work environment by ensuring that clients/patients are accompanied by a staff member when unloading and entering clinical areas. • Quickly and efficiently identifies distressed clients and escalates to appropriate staff member when necessary. • Ensures visitors are registered before entering the clinic, notifying proper personnel of arrival before clients enter clinical area. • Follows hospital guidelines for taking scheduling and admitting patients. • Give directions to vendors, clients and visitors. • Serves as a mentor to new students/interns during orientation by sharing knowledge of clinical policies and procedures. • Maintains VMC cleanliness standards. • Maintains accurate record of parking permits distributed and ensures there are enough permits for after-hours needs. • Serves internal clients (staff, students and clinicians) by maintaining accurate call/face to face documentation on interactions according to protocol and providing complete and accurate information during every contact • Facilitate consults clinicians and specialty departments • Builds customer relationships by electronically distributing clinic literature. E.g. new client packets, clinician informational sheets, lobby brochures and clinician business cards. • Demonstrates concern for the patient and a readiness to provide service by reliably opening appointment line on time. • Facilitates efficient after-hours admission and discharge of patients maintaining a supply of pre-assembled green backs and ensuring notes and supplies are left out for all known admissions/discharges. • Coordinates with Facilities Management if building problems arise. • Triage incoming calls for a variety of services utilizing internal triage tracking system as appropriate • Schedule Large Animal appointments or transfer call to specialty requested as appropriate. • Consistently and accurately documents and communicates referral information to clinician/service in a timely manner. • Contacts client in a timely manner to communicate referral instructions and schedule appointment. • Coordinate with medical records to ensure that patient medical records have been transferred to the VMC prior to patient coming in. • Inform chief clinician via email of all appointments scheduled so they can verify there are no conflicts. • Email new clients with pre-admission information. • Facilitate consults between VMC clinicians and referring DVMs or clients. • Process calls by answering questions, taking messages and redirecting incoming calls. • Manage Receiving Services email accounts including consult and appointment requests. • Distribute incoming faxes appropriately and document actions in VetView. • Ensure that clients understand that payment is due at time of service and other VMC policies as appropriate. • Manage Communication responsibilities for receiving services. • Coordinate pickup and delivery of Confidential Recycling bins
General • Answer questions and explain procedures for interns, senior veterinary students, and student technicians. • Problem-solve routine and non-routine complex issues. • Recognize, document, and alert the supervisor of trends in client calls. • Recommend process improvements • Required to cover Customer Contact Center On-Call/Vacation coverage a minimum of four (4) one week blocks from 7p – 6a (Monday – Sunday). • Required to work a minimum of two holidays per fiscal year. • Proactively resolves work related issues. • Willingness to cross train and assist in other areas as assigned • Train, teaches, and orients new student employees and staff. • Evaluates daily work in terms of quantity and quality. • Advisor to AMD, supervisors, directors and staff.
Salary Range $19.33 - $28.88
All required qualifications must be documented on application materials.
High School diploma / GED and four (4) years of medical or veterinary office experience or medical appointment scheduling experience. Veterinary or medical training/education may be substituted for some of the years of experience.
Must have reception experience i.e. high volume telephone and face-to-face meet and greet customer service experience.
Must have experience with and be proficient in Microsoft Office programs or similar software.
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