Staff Assistant, Scheduling
- Schedule and Reschedule patients based on faculty’s template
- Add fellow clinics when appropriate
- Monitor schedules and try to decompress overbooked clinics by rescheduling patients as necessary
- Monitor schedules to ensure patients are scheduled correctly and reschedule patients as needed
- Answer patient phone calls
- Ensure all clinical notes are received prior to new patient appointments. If there are notes that are outstanding contact the referring physicians office prior to the patients appointment
- Ensure all paperwork (FMLA, school/work notes, insurance paperwork) is completed and returned to the patient in a timely manner
- Create and mail new patient information packets
- Print and mail patient No-Show letters
- Submit Schedule Change Request form when bumping, adding or making template edits for faculty
- Manage faculty’s Outlook Calendar
- Organize meetings for faculty ensuring there are no scheduling conflicts
- Licensures – keep all licenses up-to-date for your faculty
- Credentialing – assist in completion of credentialing packets for faculty; obtain appropriate signatures; and submit by dates indicated
- Travel arrangements: travel, hotel, rental cars, provide faculty with confirmation numbers and itinerary
- Process faculty reimbursements in a timely manner
- Submit faculty’s time away in QGenda in a timely manner
- Screen mail and handle appropriately
- Compose/edit letters on behalf of your faculty
- Provide coverage for other retina staff assistants when they are out of the office
Duke Entity MEDICAL CENTER
Job Family Level 07
Full Time / Part Time FULL TIME
Regular / Temporary Regular
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