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We believe every generation in your family deserves extraordinary care.
-Contributes to organization success targets for net operating margin.
-Participates in cost containment efforts through efficient use of supplies, services, and time management.
-Adheres to unit/department budgetary practices.
-Remains flexible in cooperation with 24-hour staffing patterns and scheduling needs for provision of care in all inpatient units.
-Models Covenant’s Mission, Vision and Values of keeping our commitment to Extraordinary Care for Every Generation.
-Demonstrates excellent customer service.
-Establishes and maintains effective working relationships with all health care team members, patients, and families.
-Has contact with patients, families, and multidisciplinary staff and is able to facilitate admissions, discharges, and daily care by the team according to guidelines as defined by Covenant HealthCare.
-EMR Clinical Support With key responsibilities for smooth, accurate, and timely patient flow, the HUC will accept calls and record patient information from patient placement regarding admissions and transfers.
-Discharges are to be entered immediately into the EPIC system.
-Supports patient care delivery by monitoring HUC worksheets; performs electronic chart checks every 1-2 hours; reviews orders for timely renewal.
-Maintain daily ADT census flow.
-Initiates, assembles, and maintains the patient chart, admission folders for patients, and thank you cards.
-Monitors location of chart at all times.
-Prepares charts at the point of patient discharge or expiration for pickup by Health Information Management.
Notifies RN when Physician is rounding.
-Updates assignment sheets and validates staffing with schedules, assignment sheets and shift administrator or staffing coordinator.
-Assists in calling in and/or calling off staff as requested.
-Answers patient call lights in a timely fashion and informs appropriate caregiver of the need.
-ECC: Maintains on-call physician log, Facility Charge Calculator, review trauma and code 180 notes for completion.
-Unit Appearance & Stocking Assists with overall unit appearance including cleaning desk area, microwaves and refrigerators.
-Monitors and assists with: maintenance of dirty utility room; checking; assists stocking isolation carts.
-Maintains appropriate levels of office supplies and patient education materials, orders & stocks as needed.
-Tracks & Monitors Daily regulatory checks including refrigerator temperature checks, daily weights, restraint required documentation.
-Monitor &/or enter charges for sitters, blood administration, isolation, and others as assigned.
-Promotes a constructive and positive atmosphere within the work area by demonstrating the ability to cooperate with and assist fellow health team members as well as patients and their families.
-Daily references Health Unit Coordinator Role Responsibility Checklist to ensure duties are completed each shift.
-Other duties as assigned.
-High School diploma required.
-Completion of Medical Terminology Course required.
-Health Unit Coordinator Course or commensurate experience preferred.
-Graduate of a Medical Office Professional course or completion of Medical Assistant Program preferred.
-BLS Heartsaver within 90 days of hire.
-Attending unit conferences, required competencies, in-service programs, annual mandatory education, competencies and continuing education activities to meet the organization’s expectations.
-One year of experience in a healthcare setting preferred.
-Basic computer skills.
-Knowledge of standard office equipment.
-Excellent oral and written communication skills.
-Demonstrated organizational skills.
-Ability to type 40 words per minute.
-Sound judgment in handling confidential or sensitive issues and material.
-Excellent time management, to achieve maximum productivity.
-Attentive to detail.
WORKING CONDITIONS/PHYSICAL DEMANDS:
-Ability to maintain punctual attendance consistent with the ADA, FMLA, and other federal, state, and local standards.
-Constant standing and walking
-Frequent pushing, pulling, twisting, reaching, handling, feeling
-Frequent talking, hearing, near vision, midrange vision, far vision
-Frequent depth perception, visual accommodation, color vision and field of vision
-Occasional lifting up to 25 lbs.
-Occasional sitting, lifting, carrying, climbing, balancing, stooping.
-Occasional kneeling, crouching and squatting.
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