Roper St. Francis Healthcare Img Supt Svcs Rep in Charleston, South Carolina
The Imaging Support Services Representative will greet/escort patients/visitors and accurately complete the check-in process. Assists radiologists/physicians, hospital/medical office personnel and patients in all areas whether in person or via the telephone. Obtains patient information for “quick registrations” and enters procedure order in radiology information system (RIS).. This role works closely with physicians, managers, information systems and imaging informatics personnel to ensure proper utilization of the radiology related computer systems with emphasis on data entry accuracy as well as reproduction and transition of images in/out of PACS. Digitizes analog film to convert it to a digital image, and ensures efficient handling of radiology images and documents according to department standards. The Imaging Support Services Representative may be required to work in all imaging support staff areas to include, but not limited to, Patient Advocate Reception, Film Management, Reading Room, and Mammography.
Education: Requires High school diploma or equivalent (GED).
Experience: At least1 year of experience in a medical setting with knowledge of medical terminology and anatomy required. Familiarity with computer systems is a must; imaging information systems/PACS, highly preferred.
Licensure/Certification: Medical Terminology certificate desirable.
Primary Source Verification: N/A
Knowledge/Skills: Customer Service is essential to success in this position. Requires knowledge of medical terminology, anatomy, computer skills, communication techniques verbally and in writing, and various office procedures, systems and equipment to include printer/copier/scanner, fax and multi-line phone system. Strong interpersonal communication, and organizational skills. Must be able to multi-task efficiently with focus on time management skills. Requires the use of general office equipment including but not limited to computer,
Other: Requires a mature individual who projects a professional and business-like appearance. Must maintain strict confidentiality of work related and patient sensitive information. Ability to work/float to other locations as necessary. Conducts tasks in a manner to fulfill effective departmental and organizational business. Ability to work with limited supervision and with a group.
Contacts: Frequent personal contact with patients and family members, visitors, all hospital staff, physicians and physicians’ staff.