DENTISTRY-CLINICAL AFFAIRS (IN-DSCA-IUINA)
The Indiana University School of Dentistry has been advancing oral health in the state and beyond since 1879, when it was founded as the Indiana Dental College. Over the past 140 years, we’ve become a national leader in preparing oral health professionals, conducting innovative research that has an impact on patients and the profession, and providing patient-centered care.
Provide support to the Indiana University School of Dentistry Clinics and is responsible for answering phones, scheduling appointments, checking in patients, taking payments and collecting insurance information. Work closely with patients, students, faculty and staff with managing patient data and ensuring compliance with school policies.
Schedule appointments by phone or in person and confirm appointments. Answer multiple phone lines, take messages, and return calls from voice mail. Coordinate appointments to allow for effective treatment and patient care. Manage recall list and call all patients who need appointments or who have missed appointments. Communicate with outside dental offices and new patients concerning patient referrals and scheduling.
Check patients in and out of the clinic. Assist patients with reviewing and electronically signing axium forms including proposed treatment plans, medical consults, HIPAA and consent forms, record releases, and attendance forms. Collect insurance information and payments. Provide estimated cost of procedures and the estimated number of appointments that may be required in order to complete treatment. Explain available payment options and help patients with payment plans and contracts. Schedule returning appointments.
Make certain all patients have had appropriate follow-up with all other team members and that communications are scanned into axiUm, and payments are up to date. Monitor reports and ensure accuracy of records. Look for missing charges and bring to the attention of clinic service providers.
High school diploma or GED and one year of experience in a healthcare facility with patient care and/or customer service.
Have up to date immunizations and annual TB.
Knowledge of clinic operations and dental terminology. Willing to cross-train in some dental assisting duties. Strong patient interaction and communication skills. Strong time management skills. Proficient with MS Office and dental/clinical software programs. Ability to work on multiple projects, work with constant interruptions and assess and prioritize work. Kknowledge and understanding of HIPAA standards.
Working Conditions / Demands
Majority of shift will be spent in a stationary position. Operate a computer and telephone. Regular attendance.
Salary Plan: CL
Salary Grade: 05
Job Function: Health Services
This posting is scheduled to close at 12:01am EST on the advertised Close Date. This posting may be closed at any time at the discretion of the University, but it will remain open for a minimum of 5 business days. To guarantee full consideration, please submit your application within 5 business days of the Posted Date.
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