Position Summary: We have an exciting opportunity to join our team as a Associate Transplant Coord.
In this role, the successful candidate Serves as primary contact person for patient(s) and referring physicians for initial referral and assures insurance coverage for transplant at this program.
Greets patients coming into the department. Arrives patients into EPICand completeregistration.Facilitates and manages daily clinicflow.
Conducts face-to-face or telephone interview with patients to obtain all required registration data and prepare charts as required. Confirms and reschedules appointments promptly and as necessary. Communicates charges for consultations to Self-Pay patients prior to appointment.
Intakes new consult and prepares new client chart packages. Handles incoming phone calls related to scheduling by responding to inquiries, resolving problems or directing calls to the appropriate staff.
Intake for potential recipients and living donors; obtain demographics, insurance, PCP, referring MD and medical records.
Verification of Insurance and Authorization/Referral for consult. Verify consult insurance eligibility (via telephone call which varies in time span). Obtains authorization, if necessary (which requires clinical to be faxed for medical necessity, Verifies if patient requires a referral from PCP and if deductible or copay is required. Update expired or soon to expire authorizations.
Liaison between potential transplant patients, referring physicians, dialysis centers, insurance providers and case managers, transplant surgeons and physicians, and transplant coordinators.
Mails out new patient packet to the patient with all information for transplant along with forms that may need to be signed by the patient.
Responsible for helping to guide patients through and help facilitate the evaluation process, including obtaining clinical information and testing results, providing insurers with documentation of medical necessity for transplant evaluation and listing.
Perform any and all other administrative responsibilities as assigned.
Minimum Qualifications: To qualify you must have a Bachelor's Degree in science or related field, with 0-1 years of relevant experience.
Preferred Qualifications: Bachelors Degree; 2 to 3 years of experience in a physician practice; previous experience working at a Dialysis or Transplant Center; familiar working with kidney or liver disease patients.
Qualified candidates must be able to effectively communicate with all levels of the organization.
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