IU Adult Behavioral Health
Full time second shift position with alternating weekends.
Performs clerical and system coordination for the nursing units. Monitors and updates orders and schedules diagnostic and therapeutic services. Ensures unit census and patient location is current at all times. Coordinates all nursing unit communications and activities. Acts as a receptionist, greeting and/or directing patients, visitors, physicians, and other health care providers.
Assists physicians and other health care team members with hospital systems as needed to access patient information, i.e., medical records, documentation systems. Support communication required to facilitate patient care.
Coordinates tests and treatments with and between various departments for the patients on the nursing units. Maintains a working knowledge of the functions and services offered by all diagnostic and treatment departments in order to facilitate the scheduling of tests and treatments. Provides appropriate documentation.
Facilitates communications, including the multiple-line telephone, floor paging and in-house systems, and the hospital information system. Screens incoming telephone calls.
Monitors department office equipment and troubleshoots minor problems. Arranges repair of major malfunctions.
Maintains a working knowledge of the Patient Information System and other computer systems for ordering patient and unit supplies and equipment. Processes daily patient charges and/or related procedures through the system.
Accurately transcribes orders and seeks clarification as needed.
Maintains a working knowledge of drugs and their categories according to site/department specific policy.
Compiles necessary chart forms for admissions, transfers, discharges and expirations. Obtains appropriate copies of medical records for transfers to nursing homes and other health care facilities.
Basic computer skills.Excellent oral and written communications.Excellent interpersonal skills and the ability to adapt to interruptions and changing priorities/workloads.High level of attention to detail essential.Knowledge of medical terminology preferred.
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