Organizes day-to-day clerical function in the delivery of quality health care services. Provides functional guidance to clerical staff.
Serves as, and performs functions of, Floor Coordinator.
Oversees development and delivery of functional training to clerical staff.
Responsible for auditing and developing action plans for process improvement.
Performs tracking and trending audits within department/practice.
Serves as a subject matter expert/resource to the department/practice.
Possesses the ability to perform the roles of Patient Services Representative, Associate and Intermediate roles when necessary.
Actively participates in safety initiatives and risk mitigating measures where appropriate and completes all position and unit safety related competencies and requirements on a timely basis.
Required High School Diploma or equivalent
Preferred Associate's Degree or equivalent
Skills/ knowledge/ abilities typically gained through 5+ years of related experience Required
Primary LocationSITE - 588 E Lakewood - Holland
Department NameOutpatient Registration - Lakewood
Employment TypeFull time
ShiftVariable (United States of America)
Weekly Scheduled Hours40
Hours of WorkVaried
Days WorkedMonday to Friday
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