The Patient Access Specialist gathers and records required information about patients, provides customer services which includes confirming health insurance coverage, determining individual financial obligations, verifying that necessary authorizations for care have been obtained, scheduling physician office appointments, cancer treatment appointments, and ancillary appointments, and assisting patients in an office or practice setting. S/he supports the practice by providing superior customer service through prompt and professional communication on the phone and face-to-face, and excellent problem solving skills and functioning as a team member to other staff. The PAS is responsible for checking patients in and out; confirming health insurance coverage and individuals obligations, collecting co-pays; as well as answering phones, opening and closing clinic; all while providing high quality customer service in a busy, fast-paced environment.
Six months of work experience in a medical office setting, including high volume direct patient contact OR
One year of work experience in a high volume direct public contact position
Must be able to perform the essential functions of the position with or without accommodation
Experience in a medical and/or oncology office setting
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