Providence Diagnostic Imaging Support Specialist in Portland, Oregon
Providence is calling an Diagnostic Imaging Support Specialist to Providence St Vincent Medical Center in Portland, Oregon. This is a full-time, benefited position. Schedule is 9:30 a.m. - 6:00 p.m., Monday - Friday.
We are seeking a Diagnostic Imaging Support Specialist - Diagnostic Imaging Administrative Support who will assist and direct patients while retrieving, organizing and inputting digital images and/or exam information into our Electronic Medical Records System (EMS). The Diagnostic Imaging Support Specialist is responsible for all applicable software, and interacts with many departments, office staff, physicians and patients. The position requires extensive clerical, telephonic, and customer service skills.
In this position you will have the following responsibilities:
Understand and utilize all aspects of our Electronic Medical Record System, DI Tracker and the scheduling system
Verify patient's full legal name, spelling and date of birth and accurately inputs all required information into the Electronic Medical Records System
Obtain needed information from numerous sources including all medical floors, all referring physician offices, EMS, scheduling system and PACS
Answer phones, take messages and route calls appropriately
Courteously and professionally responds to multiple phone calls and requests that often occur simultaneously
Collect accurate information regarding imaging procedure scheduled, physician or patient special requirements and patient demographics to avoid duplicate errors and/or refers call to appropriate person / department
Communicate changes in imaging schedule to appropriate departments, i.e. SSU or other enterprise scheduling departments, i.e. CVL, Surgery, Lab and Pathology
Able to work through problematic situations and personal conflicts that may arise during the workday in a positive and productive manner
Required qualifications for this position includes:
High School Diploma -OR- GED
Associate's Degree in the medical field -OR-
One (1) year medical and/or clerical experience -OR-
Successful completion of a Providence Internship
Basic medical terminology course, -OR- completed within six (6) months of hire
Current American Heart Association Healthcare Provider (AHA-BLS) certification and other competencies, or completed with one (1) month of hire
Proficiency in the use of computers and other office equipment (e.g., fax and copy machine)
Proficiency in data processing and Microsoft Office software
Preferred qualifications for this position includes:
College courses in intermediate medical terminology and physical anatomy -OR- knowledge obtained through work experience
Diagnostic Imaging experience
Electronic Medical Records System experience
Familiarity with electronic software and equipment (e.g., cd burner, film digitizer, document scanner)
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Job Category: Administrative (Clinical)
Req ID: 280809