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Under limited supervision, responsible for full life-cycle recruiting: recruiting, screening and recommending placement of staff by using creative sourcing methods (internal and external) to fill administrative, professional, clinical and other health care vacancies.
Maintains and applies knowledge of legal requirements to human resource functions and ensures policies, procedures, and hiring processes are in compliance. Is in partnership with managers and supervisors to effectively recruit, retain, and provide training to staff. Position operates with limited supervision in a team environment. Work situations require interpersonal tact and diplomacy, and the ability to influence and educate others on recruitment, staffing and other HR topics. Position consistently handles information of a highly-confidential nature. Must possess a strong base of human resources related knowledge and is capable of applying this knowledge on a day-to-day basis, especially in the area of Recruitment.
Postings of position openings are critical to ensure that we meet the recruiting needs of the consortium.
Rating of potential employees applications can be difficult at times; especially with more technical positions. Inaccurately rating an application could result in an inappropriate hire or lack of a hire that should have occurred.
The Manager of Recruitment is responsible for the day-to-day operations of the Recruitment Department and supervision of the recruiting staff. Under limited supervision, responsible for full life-cycle recruiting: recruiting, screening and recommending placement of staff by using creative sourcing methods (internal and external) to fill Provider and high level positions within the organization.
This position provides care coordination for patients with medical referrals. Care coordination includes the logistical interface that includes, making appointments, scheduling, checking alternative resources and facilitating connections to resources, making housing and travel arrangements. Other items directly related to care coordination may be requested through need or delegation.
This position functions within the ELMC nursing department and is responsible for coordinating the delivery of appropriate and timely care for patients, promoting quality and cost-effective health care outcomes.
Provide professional nursing or nutritional care to patients in an ambulatory care clinic. Performs professional nursing/advistory duties, utilizes the usual nursing process to provide professional care to ambulatory patients, who are at varying levels of wellness and disease. Initiates actions and provides comprehensive nursing (or nutritional) care to meet the physical, emotional, spiritual, and socio-cultural needs to the patient and family.
Provides proactive services in which individual and community health needs are identified and addressed in a timely and cost effective manner, providing high quality health care services. Oversee and coordinate referral systems to assure follow through with patient and providers. Collects data elements as required by grant funding.
This position functions within the nursing department to assist patients and medical staff within the ambulatory care setting by providing a variety of nursing services to all ages (cradle to grave) of patients.
This position works within a nursing team which consists of RN’s, LPN’s, and unlicensed clinical assistances. They are responsible to perform full assessments, prioritize patient needs and patient flow, and perform skills and coordinate care as ordered by providers. In addition, the RN is expected to use critical thinking to work within standing orders to expedite care patient services. As necessary, the RN may work in other nursing roles, so that departmental functions are covered on a daily basis. Performs duties in a responsible, respectful and caring manner to promote effective relationships.
The Revenue Integrity Analyst Lead is responsible for timely and accurate follow-up and appeal of denials/rejections received from third party payers. This position will act as the lead revenue integrity analyst and provide annual updates with stakeholders in field. The position will work collaboratively with Health Information Management, Billing, Patient Access, Utilization Review, and Information Technology to ensure efficient charge capture, monitor charge activity, monitor billing errors, performs charge description master maintenance, additions, activations, and modifications. This position will serve as a resource for data analysis within the Revenue Cycle; providing supportive evaluation and evidence for targeted training Informatics initiatives as well as support the design, build, implementation, evaluation, testing, maintenance and support of applications related to billing, and charge services.
To provide a safe and secure environment for patients, visitors and staff at the hospital and other assigned facilities.
The Senior Human Resource Generalist will work as a collaborative member of the Human Resources department in a rapidly changing, complex and fast-paced environment. This position will serve as the first line human resources business partner within the assigned geographic region for HR-related matters, with the goal of aligning HR best practices to business strategies.
This position works closely with the primary medical care team to provide pro-active integrated social services care management that support the biopsychosocial needs of primary care clinic patients. The position coordinates and facilitates smooth transitions between primary care and specialty behavioral health. The position provides supportive counseling, encouragement, coaching, and linkage with essential community services that support each individual’s unique healthcare needs.
The Senior Manager of Finance – Financial Planning & Reporting, will lead the annual financial planning cycle and manage monthly performance reporting. This position will also be responsible for maintaining vendor relationships for its reporting and financial performance analytics systems and management of various reporting projects.
This general vacancy announcement is created to applications from those interested in volunteering with the SouthEast Alaska Regional Health Consortium.
Please describe in your cover letter your area of expertise and area(s) of interest in regards to volunteer work.
Supports the Primary Care Team by providing assistance with coordination of telehealth visits, troubleshooting, data entry and general assistance to connect with patients.
The Advanced Practice Professional (NP-PA) provides comprehensive family medicine services within the scope of training and experience to people of all ages and genders. In addition, depending upon the location and needs of the particular community served, the Provider participates in shared after-hours emergency call coverage. Medical care provided is consistent with SEARHC policy and procedure, Medical Staff Bylaws, and nationally recognized medical standards of care.
The Clinical Assistant-II performs all of the job duties of the Clinical Assistant I. However, the Clinical Assistant II has gained necessary experience as a Clinical Assistant I or has obtained higher level of certification. The Clinical Assistant II applies a more extensive knowledge of medical practice and terminology and judgment based on greater clinical experience. CA II must process provider orders pertaining to diagnostic tests, referrals and other patient data that involves non-routine problems, timely and accurately.
The Clinical Assistant II provides care to infants, toddlers, children, adolescents, adults and elderly in a rural ambulatory care clinic. This position is essential in maintaining efficient clinic operations and patient flow in order to maximize the provider’s time and to insure access to care. Clinical Assistants perform administrative duties, data management and handle basic clinical tasks that are more complex that the Clinical Assistant I, such as performing nebulizer treatments, cast removal, DM foot screenings and other procedures per competency assessments. This information is written in patients’ chart along with patients’ medical history. This position works closely with providers giving support such as rooming patients, point of care testing as ordered, answering phones, processing provider orders, data entry, and participation in training processes. Must be able to make independent decisions within scope of practice based on experience and good judgment and be self-starting, and require little guidance to keep busy.
The Clinical Assistant-III performs all of the job duties of the Clinical Assistant II, in addition the Clinical Assistant-III applies a more extensive knowledge of medical practice and terminology and judgment based on greater clinical experience. The more technical duties of the Clinical Assistant III require a higher level of training, competency or specific certification. The CAIII is responsible for processing provider orders pertaining to diagnostic tests, referrals and other patient data that involves non-routine problems, timely and accurately.
The Clinical Assistant III provides care to infants, toddlers, children, adolescents, adults and elderly in a rural ambulatory care clinic. This position is essential in maintaining efficient clinic operations and patient flow in order to maximize the provider’s time and to insure access to care. Clinical Assistants (CA) perform administrative duties, data management and handle basic clinical tasks. This information is written in patients’ chart along with patients’ medical history. This CAIII works closely with providers giving support and performing essential duties such as rooming patients, performing clinical tasks including CLIA-waived laboratory testing, quality assurance activities and taking x-rays, start and administer IV fluids within the scope of practice certification, ECC monitoring and defibrillation, maintaining the lab and exam rooms, demonstrates excellent customer service skills. The CA assists in answering phones, processing provider orders, data entry, and participation in training processes. Must be able to make independent decisions within scope of practice based on experience and good judgment and be self-starting, and require little guidance to keep busy.
This position is responsible for leading Clinical Assistant I and Clinical Assistant II positions.
Interacts with employees, patients, families, and visitors appropriately and professionally. Using excellent communication skills, the Screener will screen all visitors, patients, vendors and public entering SEARHC facilities. The Screener will identify patients, provide masks, exhibit confidence with providing instruction to visitors on hand hygiene and proper replacement/storage of cloth masks during visit, ask screening questions and take the temperature (forehead) of anyone entering the facility. Screeners will provide directions and general information regarding services.
You will be provided the proper personal protective equipment (PPE) and social distancing will be adhered to. We will provide education and training on our protocol, equipment and COVID-19 policy and procedures.
This position is under the general supervision of the Facility Services Coordinator. Environmental Service Worker provides a dual role including light maintenance, preventive maintenance and environmental service work. Activities require strict adherence to cleaning specifications and protocols, proper use of chemicals and equipment and adherence to maintenance and engineering specifications and protocols to ensure a healthy and visually clean environment. Decisions and recommendations are typically limited to following policies and procedures already in place and direction from the immediate supervisor. Environmental Service Worker have a direct impact on critical infection control practice, facility condition and safety, and accreditation therefore making their work essential to SEARHC’s healthcare mission.
This position is responsible for supporting the nursing and case management administrative functions in the Alicia Roberts Medical Center primary care unit. This position will work closely with the primary care nurses in order to meet the daily demand of patient requests and needs that occur outside of a patient visit. This position will also help support the clinical flow of the primary care pod.
This position is required to answer and screen patient phone calls. They may be required to work with the nurses and case managers to prioritize the requests and ensure that the required tasks are completed. They will be required to keep up with the fast pace of the clinic supporting both nurses and clinic staff in coordinating care for patients.
The Patient Access Representative I greets patients and family members in a professional and courteous manner. Obtains and verifies demographic, financial, and insurance information during the registration process, accepts point of service payments or provides guidance for payment options, and clears the patient for service delivery.