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Medical Assistant- 2 positions-PT for Macomb County & PT for Algonac site

Position Summary

This position provides and delivers quality, comprehensive patient care as directed by a licensed provider and under the supervision of the Practice Manager.

General responsibilities

• Responsible for the entire patient flow process to include maintaining exam rooms; supplies; waste materials; medical records flow; chart tracking all records; patient instruction sheets; nightly lockdown and openings when designated shift start & end times are dictated; growth grids; immunizations tracking in MCIR on a daily basis to insure patient immunizations are up to date. • Perform diagnostic procedures within the scope of the MA role.

• Autoclave / sterilize and maintain instruments.

• Conduct daily patient education and distribute materials.

• Practice infection control at all times

. • Communicate with patients to include triage; hospital; insurance companies; home care/nursing homes; pharmacy.

• Assist physician with all procedures or processes.

• Perform basic lab/X-ray procedures as necessary such as basic chest & extremities; venipunctures; heel & finger sticks; cultures-GC, Strep B, Chlamydia and Herpes; UA; EKG etc.

• Maintain sample medications for inventory and expiration dates.

• Conduct patient referrals and pre-authorizations as directed.

• Assist in orientation of new hires and completion of orientation check list.

• Participate in required continuing education for immunizations and all other clinic processes.

• Participate in working in the lab or xray as needed.

• Successfully complete all competenecies required by DCS, including lab and xray.

• Successfully compelte all documentation in EHR; including all tracking processes for referrals, lab and hospitalization.

• Use MCIR website and EHR on a monthly basis for MCIR to send letters (recall/reminders) to patients that are due or overdue for vaccines or tests.

• Maintain levels of certification as needed.

• Other duties as assigned.

 

Education and/or Experience

High School diploma or GED AND Graduate in Medical Assistance or Nursing with a C or better G.P.A.

AND

Approved certification, registration, and/or license to practice in the state of Michigan as applicable. Minimally, certification as a Medical Assistant obtained within six months from date of hire.

AND

Relevant work experience in a medical center preferred.

Date Posted: Jun 9, 2016  |  Job ID: 004

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Custodian-PT-New Haven

Position Summary

Under the general supervision of the Practice Manager, the Custodian performs cleaning and maintenance functions at either Agency location.

General responsibilities

• Following cleaning schedule, maintain cleanliness of facility.

• New Haven custodians are responsible for laundering mop heads and cleaning rags for both Agency locations.

• Safely and effectively use cleaning products and equipment.

• Monitor and report equipment concerns and malfunctions to supervisor.

• Maintain facility security system with minimal assistance.

• Attends meetings as needed.

• Must participate in quality improvement activities

• Other duties as assigned.

• May be required to complete simple maintenance functions (repair or change out broken fixtures, hang pictures, etc.)

Education and/or Experience

High School Diploma or General Education Degree (GED). AND Experience with healthcare cleaning and maintenance preferred.

Date Posted: Sep 13, 2016  |  Job ID: 002

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Receptionist-FT-New Haven site-bilingual Spanish/English preferred

Position Summary

The Receptionist provides initial and subsequent reception of patients into care, including telephonically. This position performs clerical functions and collects patient information and updates required for entry and care, including identification, financial statistics and personal information.

Unique Responsibilities for Medical Receptionist

• Triage effectively and efficiently (verbally and through eCW).

• Check to make sure all charts have been scanned into eCW for next day’s appointments.

• Verify each patient’s insurance for next day’s appointment.

• Obtain driver’s license and signatures for required written medications.

• Sign for all package deliveries for the medical center and warn medical assistants immediately when refrigerated items are delivered.

• Assist patients at check-out with re-check appointments, payments, printing out receipts for each patient for all monies collected for co-pays, print out patient visit summaries and typing work/school notes as requested by provider.

• Check for new demographic information, change in patient EHR and scan in insurance cards and IDs at patient arrival time.

• May be responsible for day receipts, cash and credit card balances.

• Handout patient satisfaction surveys per process

Unique Responsibilities for Bilingual Receptionist

• Provide translation services to patients on phone and in person visits (in exam rooms for Medical Center).

• Assist Eligibility Specialist and provide translation to patients applying for Sliding Fee/Medicaid

• Provide translation service on dedicated Spanish line. 

• Translate forms from English to Spanish and Spanish to English as needed.

Education and/or Experience

High School diploma or General Education Degree (GED)

Date Posted: Oct 31, 2016  |  Job ID: 003

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Medical Assistant-PT-Port Huron-(16 hours/week)

Position Summary

This position provides and delivers quality, comprehensive patient care as directed by a licensed provider and under the supervision of the Practice Manager.

General responsibilities

• Responsible for the entire patient flow process to include maintaining exam rooms; supplies; waste materials; medical records flow; chart tracking all records; patient instruction sheets; nightly lockdown and openings when designated shift start & end times are dictated; growth grids; immunizations tracking in MCIR on a daily basis to insure patient immunizations are up to date.

• Perform diagnostic procedures within the scope of the MA role.

• Autoclave / sterilize and maintain instruments.

• Conduct daily patient education and distribute materials.

• Practice infection control at all times.

• Communicate with patients to include triage; hospital; insurance companies; home care/nursing homes; pharmacy.

• Assist physician with all procedures or processes.

• Perform basic lab/X-ray procedures as necessary such as basic chest & extremities; venipunctures; heel & finger sticks; cultures-GC, Strep B, Chlamydia and Herpes; UA; EKG etc.

• Maintain sample medications for inventory and expiration dates.

• Conduct patient referrals and pre-authorizations as directed.

• Assist in orientation of new hires and completion of orientation check list.

• Participate in required continuing education for immunizations and all other clinic processes.

• Participate in working in the lab or xray as needed.

• Successfully complete all competenecies required by DCS, including lab and xray.

• Successfully complete all documentation in EHR; including all tracking processes for referrals, lab and hospitalization.

• Use MCIR website and EHR on a monthly basis for MCIR to send letters (recall/reminders) to patients that are due or overdue for vaccines or tests.

• Maintain levels of certification as needed.

• Other duties as assigned.

Education and/or Experience

High School diploma or GED AND

Graduate in Medical Assistance or Nursing with a C or better G.P.A.

AND

Approved certification, registration, and/or license to practice in the state of Michigan as applicable. Minimally, certification as a Medical Assistant obtained within six months from date of hire. AND

Relevant work experience in a medical center preferred.

Date Posted: Oct 14, 2016  |  Job ID: 001

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Medical Assistant-FT-New Haven

Position Summary

This position provides and delivers quality, comprehensive patient care as directed by a licensed provider and under the supervision of the Practice Manager.

General responsibilities

• Responsible for the entire patient flow process to include maintaining exam rooms; supplies; waste materials; medical records flow; chart tracking all records; patient instruction sheets; nightly lockdown and openings when designated shift start & end times are dictated; growth grids; immunizations tracking in MCIR on a daily basis to insure patient immunizations are up to date.

• Perform diagnostic procedures within the scope of the MA role.

• Autoclave / sterilize and maintain instruments.

• Conduct daily patient education and distribute materials.

• Practice infection control at all times.

• Communicate with patients to include triage; hospital; insurance companies; home care/nursing homes; pharmacy.

• Assist physician with all procedures or processes.

• Perform basic lab/X-ray procedures as necessary such as basic chest & extremities; venipunctures; heel & finger sticks; cultures-GC, Strep B, Chlamydia and Herpes; UA; EKG etc.

• Maintain sample medications for inventory and expiration dates.

• Conduct patient referrals and pre-authorizations as directed.

• Assist in orientation of new hires and completion of orientation check list.

• Participate in required continuing education for immunizations and all other clinic processes.

• Participate in working in the lab or xray as needed.

• Successfully complete all competenecies required by DCS, including lab and xray.

• Successfully complete all documentation in EHR; including all tracking processes for referrals, lab and hospitalization.

• Use MCIR website and EHR on a monthly basis for MCIR to send letters (recall/reminders) to patients that are due or overdue for vaccines or tests.

• Maintain levels of certification as needed.

• Other duties as assigned.

Education and/or Experience

High School diploma or GED AND Graduate in Medical Assistance or Nursing with a C or better G.P.A. AND Approved certification, registration, and/or license to practice in the state of Michigan as applicable. Minimally, certification as a Medical Assistant obtained within six months from date of hire. AND Relevant work experience in a medical center preferred.

Date Posted: Nov 4, 2016  |  Job ID: 005

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Executive Assistant-FT-New Haven

Position Summary

The Executive Assistant performs administrative duties and coordinates activities for the Chief Executive Officer, the Executive Management Team, and the management of the Administrative Office, including managing and coordinating a grants portfolio that includes continuing and special grant awards with corresponding post-award reporting requirements; special data submissions with corresponding analysis of data.

 

UDS; developing reports to monitor performance indicators and provide reports/data for other reporting necessary to DCS operations.

 

General responsibilities

·             Promote and maintain awareness of Agency programs, services and activities.

·             Works with the CEO in managing information, communications, correspondence, scheduling, work flow and key projects.

·             As requested, prepare written and telecommunications for the CEO.

·             Maintain administrative records and files, electronic and paper, ensuring security and confidentiality.

·             Undertake as directed, assigned projects that impact Agency operations, service delivery, and community development, i.e. Brochures, Newsletters; Patient Education materials.

·             Record, process, and distribute minutes of various meetings, including Board of Directors and Management Team.

·             Research, collect and analyze data necessary for the organization.

·             Participate in all pre and post award grant processes.

·             Obtain expert knowledge in working with the HRSA EHB.

·             Complete initial review of grant applications.

·             Notify responsible staff of grant deadlines, procedures and status.

·             Collect, organize and evaluate necessary grant data.

·             Communicate with DCS staff whom have responsibility for data submissions regarding identified issues/obstacles related to successful grant submission.

·             Act as Agency Safety and Privacy Officer.

·             Ensure Environment of Care compliance documentation for Joint Commission.

·             Participate in Quality Improvement activities.

·             Maintain employee phone list and update appropriate staff on the changes.

·             Attend meetings, seminars, workshops and conferences, as needed and approved for professional development and on behalf of DCS.

·             Other duties as assigned.

Education and/or Experience

High School Diploma, Associates Degree preferred AND five or more years of highly related experience. 

Date Posted: Nov 23, 2016  |  Job ID: 010

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FT- Transporter- Macomb County

Position Summary

The Transporter is responsible transporting patients from one location to another in a timely and safe manner, transport mail between offices/satellites, and transport medication.

 

General Responsibilities

• Transport patients from one destination to another through direction of Eligibility Specialists/Executive Director.

• Ensure that DCS vehicle is in working order and track required maintenance appointments.

• Transport mail and medication to designated offices and collaborative agencies.

• Ability to incorporate emergency appointments into schedule as needed.

• Conform with and abide by all regulations, policies, work practices and instructions.

• Obey all State of Michigan driving laws/regulations.

• Perform other duties as assigned.

 

Education and/or Experience

• Must have a minimum of a High School Diploma or equivalent experience.

• Must have a Chauffeurs license or have the ability to obtain one.

• Minimum of 1-year experience driving in similar capacity.

• Must have the ability to be insured through DCS Insurance Company.

• Driving record must not possess more than 2 points within the last 2 years. Qualifications To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required.

• Ability to maintain confidentiality in all matters.

• Ability to appropriately utilize maps and/or GPS system.

• Ability to drive safely.

• Excellent verbal and written communication skills.

• Ability to follow direction and make decisions appropriately when needed.

• Ability to represent the agency effectively/professionally in a variety of settings and with diverse communities. Demonstrates understanding and appreciation for diverse cultures.

• Routine testing/training on various job-related skills and competencies.

• Ability to drive DCS vehicle throughout St. Clair and Macomb Counties.

• Must maintain Basic Life Support certification

Date Posted: Dec 6, 2016  |  Job ID: 011

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