Patient Services Coordinator
On behalf of Johns Hopkins University we are seeking a temporary customer service driven Patient Services Coordinator that will serve as the initial point of contact in a busy healthcare setting. The Patient Services Coordinator will ensure that each patient and their family members have a positive and professional experience.
Responsible for checking in patients for their appointments, checking out patients and assigning a follow up appointment if necessary, verifying insurance, collecting payments and processing referrals. Also responsible for assisting providers as needed. Communicates with staff to efficiently, professionally, and accurately schedule deliveries and appointments by integrating various sources of information, such as daily capacity, employee needs, and employee capabilities. Will be required to enter data in the computer as needed. Checks in and checks out patients and schedules a follow up appointment if necessary. Verifies insurance, collects payments and processes referrals. May assist healthcare providers as needed. Communicates with staff to efficiently, professionally, and accurately schedule deliveries and appointments. Enters data in the computer as needed.
Working hours: 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Qualified candidates should possess excellent customer service skills as well as computer skills.
Minimum of two years experience in a medical setting
Ability to work in a fast paced environment
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