UCLA Health Administrative Assistant III-Part Time in Los Angeles, California
Serve as a Receptionist,
Technologist Assistant, Image Librarian and Scheduling Coordinator. Incumbents are responsible for a full complement
of Radiology front-end processes including Reception, Image Library, Onsite Scheduling,
and Technologist Assistant duties on a rotating basis.
Reception duties include the
registration/arrival of patients; obtain clinical information pertinent to the
scheduled exams; collect cash/insurance and authorization information. Digital Librarian duties include digitization
of hardcopy images; create hardcopy and/or CDs of images; and retrieve
Scheduling duties as
required for add-on and follow-up appointments and the assistance of scheduling
2020 Oncology patients. Technologist
assistant duties include facilitating patient preparation, safety screening and
education, assisting Technologist with physical movement of patient. The Administrative Assistant demonstrates
maximum flexibility and multitasking capabilities while working with staff as a
Ability to rotate to existing Radiology Satellite and serve as Screener
at all Radiology sites.
Skills and Talents:
Strong interpersonal and
communication skills. Ability to interact appropriately and congenially
with staff, faculty, fellows, residents and patients.
Ability to establish comfortable relationships with patients and
their family member.
Ability to independently make decisions in the absence of
Ability to adjust to changing priorities, frequent interruptions,
deadlines, emergencies and heavy workload.
Strong working knowledge of personal computers, HIS, RIS, LORAD,
PACSCUBE CD Burner, Array Digitizer
Skill in typing with accuracy and moderate speed.
Ability to use mathematical skills to efficiently analyze various
pertinent data related to workload and finance.
Medical terminology to a level permitting accurate preparation of
scheduling patient procedures interacting with physicians, patients and
Basic organizational skills to ensure a workable efficient office
including organization schedules, electronic and paper records and files.
Skill in analyzing information or situations to define a problem,
identify relevant concerns, formulate logical and objective conclusions
Ability to handle confidentiality issues with tact and diplomacy.
Ability to read and write correspondence and reports of a business
nature using proper grammar, punctuation and syntax.
Basic organization skills to ensure a workable, efficient office
Working knowledge of hospital/billing forms and the ability to
explain services and charges to patients and/or family.
Skill in quickly assimilating and retaining a large body of
financial screening and patient registration information.
UCLA is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, or protected Veteran status.
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