The Adult Blood and Marrow & Transplant and Cellular Therapy Program is looking for a Clinic Visit Facilitator to work in BMT & CT Program Office. This position is primarily office based on the main university of Minnesota Campus. This position is responsible for supporting Adult BMT Nurse Coordinators (NC) in communicating with patients prior to their visit and helping guide patients through the care experience. Under the supervision of the NC the visit facilitator gathers pertinent medical information either from the medical chart, from the patient, or other source material and documents the information into the patients medical record. This role also helps to ensure equipment and supplies are available and assists with tasks that support the effectiveness and efficiency of the Nurse Coordinator team. The visit facilitator may also assist in, preparing schedules, gathering documentation for patient, and other delegated duties as assigned.
This position is responsible for supporting in person clinic visits, including communicating with patients prior to their visit and helping guide patients through the care experience. The visit facilitator gathers pertinent medical information from the patient and documents the information into the patients medical record. This role also helps to ensure the exam rooms are stocked, equipment and supplies are available and assists with tasks that support the effectiveness and efficiency of the team. The visit facilitator may also assist in scheduling and coordinating appointments, preparing schedules and other delegated duties as assigned.
Prepare patients for their appointments including communicating with patients in advance of their scheduled appointment as needed to ensure medical records are collected, received and available for visit if applicable.
Assist in the rooming process at the time of the in person visit by collecting and documenting pertinent information such as the reason for their visit and applicable health questionnaires.
Prepare exam rooms and stock supplies
Supports the patient connection to the provider for the visit and serves as a resource ensuring a positive patient/provider experience.
Completes visit wrap-up ensuring the after-visit summary is provided and patients are aware of recommendations for follow up. This may include assisting with scheduling and coordinating follow-up appointments.
Communicates effectively with patients, providers and other health professionals, demonstrating comfort in person and with virtual technologies.
At least 1-year of customer service experience
Proficient with technology (computer hardware and programs, smart devices such as phones or tablets)
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