DENTISTRY-ORAL SURGERY/HOSP (IN-DSOS-IUINA)
The department of Oral Surgery and Hospital Dentistry of the Indiana University School of Dentistry is a multidisciplinary hospital and office-based practice providing the full scope of oral and maxillofacial surgery and dental care. The department's mission is to provide the highest quality of care with integrity and compassion. The department is dedicated to being leaders in the community through education, research and community partnership.
The Outpatient Services Specialist is responsible for facilitating patient flow from point of entry to the clinic in a timely, accurate and professional manner.
Some of the duties include:
- Assisting patients and ensuring completeness and compliance with consent forms
- Interviewing patients to obtain accurate financial and demographic information
- Obtaining insurance information and validating eligibility
- Working with referring dentists and scheduling appointments for patients accordingly
- Managing patients who need appointments, have missed appointments or need to reschedule
- Receving payments, entering billing information and signing Medicaid waivers
- Reconciling daily deposits, running end of day reports and conducting closing procedures
- Triaging patient questions, reviewing treatment plans with patients and coordinating follow up appointments
High school diploma or GED and two years of experience working in a medical or dental front office.
General medical or dental office experience. Computer systems and various software application knowledge. Ability to type and complete data entry. Good telephone and interpersonal communication skills. Ability to perform multiple tasks simultaneously, and ability to deal effectively with the public and to handle unexpected situations. Strong customer service skills. Ability to promote positive customer service relations and set priorities. Ability to work independently. Proficient in organizing data and maintaining files as well as knowledge and understanding of HIPAA standards.
Working Conditions / Demands
Meet departmental attendance and promptness standards, sitting for long periods, heavy data entry, file retrieval, and ability to perform keyboard data entry. Ability to lift and carry boxes of file materials up to 25 pounds. Extensive sitting, standing, walking, pushing, stooping, and reaching. Ability to retrieve information from a computer screen. Extensive phone use. Ability to understand verbal instructions in a noisy environment.
Salary Plan: CL
Salary Grade: 06
Job Function: Health Services
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