Join our award-winning team at University of Washington Medical Center (UWMC). Among the top medical centers in the United States, and ranked as the number 1 hospital in Washington State, as rated by U.S. News & World Report 2019-2020 "America's Best Hospitals", UWMC prides itself on compassionate patient care as well as its pioneering medical advances. UWMC is operated by the University of Washington (UW) and serves as a training site for UW’s School of Medicine.
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UWMC Urology Clinic has an outstanding opportunity for a Program Coordinator (Full-Time, Day Shift) working in the areas of Urology and Medical Oncology. The Program Coordinator will perform functions to support the Medical Oncology section within the Urology department and will ensure timely and accurate implementation of patient care plans. Ensure timely and accurate scheduling and coordination of care to include chemo scheduling with outside providers. Coordinate with the PCCs to ensure timely surgery scheduling and that these schedules are accurately reflected in the EPIC scheduling system. Coordinate with SCCA staff (in-take PCCs) to ensure accurate patient in-take (coordination of patient records).
Position-Specific Duties: • Medical oncology scheduling in Urology and 8SE. • Attend and present data at the Bladder Cancer Multidisciplinary Clinic (BCMC). • Interface with the SCCA and work the SCCA Physicians' schedules. • Contact patients directly with upcoming bladder and prostate cancer survivor events.
General Job Duties: • Assume direct and continuing responsibility of provider clinic schedules and call schedules. • Coordinate physician schedules based on clinic needs and communicate with Manager, Departmental offices, and clinic Medical Director regarding scheduling problems. • Communicate provider session cancellations to PSS Supervisor and maintain documentation with explanation for cancellation. • Prepare clinic and physician schedules and assist with utilization/productivity reporting on a routine basis. • Monitor the Clinic’s office supplies, including necessary forms. • Ability to assign, instruct and check the work of student workers and volunteers. Ability to make decisions about appropriate provider staffing of clinics based on the needs of the clinic, Residency and in compliance with laws. • Within appropriate limits, determines the best clinical provider staffing for the clinic • Directs and oversees the work of student workers and volunteers • Possesses in-depth knowledge of software systems including: Amion, scheduling software (EPIC), Microsoft Office products, and UW purchasing and Materials Management programs. • Act as a resource person to providers regarding scheduling and call issues. • Provide feedback to Manager regarding the clinic schedule if clinics are too busy or too slow • Evaluate and actively problem-solve presenting situations that arise from providers who do not show up for work for any reason. • Assist Manager to develop, review, implement and maintain policies and procedures directly related to provider scheduling, residency related issues. • Other duties as assigned.
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