Surgical Services Registrar I - Perioperative Services Admin at Providence Alaska Medical Center
Under direct supervision coordinates Front Desk communication of daily surgical case progress to the OR Charge RN, staff, surgeons and anesthesiologists. Coordinates Perioperative Services patient surgical procedure scheduling by obtaining data relevant to the specific surgical procedure, and works with inter-/intra-departmental staff as necessary to ensure accurate procedure resource scheduling. Communicates surgical schedules to professional offices. Coordinates and escalates scheduling conflict resolution as appropriate. Completes entry of patient charges for billing purposes and surgical journal/record information for business intelligence reporting. Conducts additional surgical patient charge research and escalates to Perioperative Services Systems Analyst or Clinical Supervisor RN as appropriate. Serves as a resource in patient care. Works closely with management, staff and physicians to ensure communication flows throughout department.
Coursework/Training: Medical terminology
2 years Experience in medical office or acute care hospital
Basic knowledge of CPT and ICD-9 coding
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Job Category: Patient Services
Req ID: 363783