Posted: Sunday, March 12, 2017 10:03 PM
POSITION SUMMARY:The scheduler performs all aspects of Anesthesia scheduling as defined by the specific needs of the division to include but not limited to: Answering all incoming calls from surgeonA?s staff, hospitals, surgery centers and patients. Entering data and maintaining multiple databases and utilization of all types of office equipment and software including but not limited to Access, Excel, Word, paging and fax press. This position will float between divisions as needed. ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES (include but not limited to):Makes the schedule for the next day: data entry on all incoming cases via, email, fax or phone calls, resolves any discrepancies and resolves conflicts by communication with hospitals and surgeonA?s office staff. Maintains the list of surgeon/provider preferences.Makes sure the division has the sufficient staff to cover all surgeries. This includes keeping the call rotation current at all times with the help of the physician schedulerMakes preliminary assignments then sends it to the physician scheduler to either approve or make changes.Updates and publishes the schedule as well as emails / faxes it to the division providers. Notifies the surgeons and hospital staff and answering service of any changes in the call rotation and makes sure the hospitals have the assignments for the surgeries for the next day. Post all cases according to division specifics to include general patient demographics, procedure, diagnosis, location, time of case and estimated time required for completion. Coordinate next dayA?s schedule with designated physician; coordinate all added, emergency and changes to current dayA?s schedule with designated physician.Notify all physicians of his/her schedule according to division requirements on a daily basis including faxing, web and voice mail; report delinquent notification letters to the appropriate physician. Maintain daily/monthly call schedules, meetings and vacation schedules and notes it on daily schedules and distribute accordingly. Maintain at least one year prior scheduling history and support documentation. Ensures timely and accurate filing of future and past request, surgery schedules and past schedules.Provide cross coverage to all divisions as needed. Performs other duties as assigned.EDUCATION/TRAINING/EXPERIENCE:High School graduate or equivalent required. Continuing education credits to include medical terminology preferred. Prior scheduling experience in a hospital/surgery center, or high volume surgery practice is preferred. Other Medical practice related experience will be considered.
• Location: Dallas
• Post ID: 48811495 dallas