ADMITTING SUPERVISOR - AMBULATORY IMAGING & LAB CLINICS
Categories: Allied Health Professionals, Clinical
Department: University Hospitals
Full/Part Time/PRN: Full-Time
Experience and Education
Maintains an active role in selection, training, recognition, performance evaluations and disciplinary actions for department staff.
Supervises operations effectively; effective follow-through and follow-up; takes accountability; solves problems and implements solutions; integrates financial understanding into solutions; demonstrates technical proficiency. Acts with urgency to address issues and anticipates customer needs. Articulates views clearly and directly, listens attentively to others, communicates quickly issues affecting staff. Maintains department productivity and quality standards. Supports goals and objective; establish and implement policies and procedures for department operation.
Oversees department schedule, time and attendance issues; assuring staff coverage for all shifts.
Responsible for generating, distributing and maintaining relevant department reports to assist management with tracking of performance indicators.
Assures that quality assurance monitoring is conducted on data produced by department staff, assuring accuracy, thoroughness and compliance. Responsible to track, trend, edit reports for completeness and identify areas for continued performance improvement.
Works in collaborative manner with peers and other hospital departments, attends meetings and actively participates.
Participates in the development of recommendations for workflow, programs, and procedures affecting revenue management.
Demonstrates ongoing competency skills including age-specific competencies, above level problem solving skills and decision-making abilities. Ability to communicate verbally with all levels of associates, management physicians and with patients.
Handles patient complaints in a timely and professional manner; promotes excellent customer service and takes appropriate action based on survey results.
Performs other duties as assigned.
Department is seeking candidates with previous admitting supervisory or lead experience in a clinical environment. Applicants who have a track record for developing and training staff that help deliver the best Patient Experience.
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