ACDM SPECIAL PROJECTS COORDINATOR
Methodist Sugar Land Hospital - Sugar Land, TX

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JOB SUMMARY

This position is responsible for timely coordination and completion of special projects and departmental support duties as assigned by the Administrator.

PATIENT AGE GROUP SERVED

Not applicable.

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

1) Work with designated SL PO, physicians, and SL PO Administrators to complete physician credentialing including all Hospital Medical Staff credentialing, CPO credentialing, Medicare contracting, and all supporting licensing required such as the Texas physician license, DEA and DPS certificates.

2) Works with Program Director, the MOST administrator, and the residents to facilitate all aspects of the Residency training program. This may include some public relations and/or efforts to improve the facilities or services available for the Resident

3) Coordinates all administrative aspects of the residency program.

4) Coordinates and schedules all aspects of conferences, including presenters, audio/visual equipment, and meals and/or refreshments.

5) Implements department policies pertaining to house staff. As delegated, represents Chairman of Department on program administrative matters.

6) Maintains Residency databases and provides reports on Residents' educational experiences and performance of duties on a regular basis.

7) Prepares reports on operative procedures as needed for Program Directors, the departmental annual report and web site, the Methodist GME office, and the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education (ACGME) Residency Review Committee (RRC).

8) Assists with data collection for the Residency accreditation reviews. Assists in data collection for questionnaires or medical record-based research projects.

9) Maintains an up-to-date database of faculty and resident publications, grants, presentations, and awards.

10) Updates operative statistics, publications, grants, and residency information on the department's web site on a regular basis.

11) Serves on the Graduate Medical Education Committee (GMEC) and other designated department committees

12) Complete all special projects as assigned by the Administrator.

13) Perform all duties in accordance with the mission, philosophy, and established procedures of MOST.

14) Perform all duties in accordance with the mission, philosophy, and established procedures of The Methodist Hospital Physician Organization.

15) Perform other duties as assigned.

EDUCATION REQUIREMENTS

Associate degree preferred.

One year of college plus five years of progressive work experience may be substituted for the associate degree.

EXPERIENCE REQUIREMENTS

1. Five years of clinical business support experience in a healthcare setting.

CERTIFICATES, LICENSES AND REGISTRATIONS REQUIRED

Not applicable.

SPECIAL KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES REQUIRED

1. Excellent written and oral communication skills.

2. Excellent customer service and interpersonal skills especially when resolving urgent issues.

3. Knowledge of medical clinic and academic office environment. Ability to work with physicians, patients, executives, and others in a professional, courteous and effective manner.

4. Excellent computer skills including working knowledge of Microsoft word processing and spreadsheet, and presentation software applications.

5. Ability to multi-task and work under pressure with time constraints.

6. Ability to work independently with minimal or no supervision.

7. Must be creative and results-oriented.

8. Must have well-developed skills using independent judgment.

WORKING ENVIRONMENT

Work is performed indoors in an office setting.

This position is responsible for timely coordination and completion of special projects and departmental support duties as assigned by the Administrator.

PATIENT AGE GROUP SERVED

Not applicable.

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

1) Work with designated SL PO, physicians, and SL PO Administrators to complete physician credentialing including all Hospital Medical Staff credentialing, CPO credentialing, Medicare contracting, and all supporting licensing required such as the Texas physician license, DEA and DPS certificates.

2) Works with Program Director, the MOST administrator, and the residents to facilitate all aspects of the Residency training program. This may include some public relations and/or efforts to improve the facilities or services available for the Resident

3) Coordinates all administrative aspects of the residency program.

4) Coordinates and schedules all aspects of conferences, including presenters, audio/visual equipment, and meals and/or refreshments.

5) Implements department policies pertaining to house staff. As delegated, represents Chairman of Department on program administrative matters.

6) Maintains Residency databases and provides reports on Residents' educational experiences and performance of duties on a regular basis.

7) Prepares reports on operative procedures as needed for Program Directors, the departmental annual report and web site, the Methodist GME office, and the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education (ACGME) Residency Review Committee (RRC).

8) Assists with data collection for the Residency accreditation reviews. Assists in data collection for questionnaires or medical record-based research projects.

9) Maintains an up-to-date database of faculty and resident publications, grants, presentations, and awards.

10) Updates operative statistics, publications, grants, and residency information on the department's web site on a regular basis.

11) Serves on the Graduate Medical Education Committee (GMEC) and other designated department committees

12) Complete all special projects as assigned by the Administrator.

13) Perform all duties in accordance with the mission, philosophy, and established procedures of MOST.

14) Perform all duties in accordance with the mission, philosophy, and established procedures of The Methodist Hospital Physician Organization.

15) Perform other duties as assigned."/>
Associate degree preferred.

One year of college plus five years of progressive work experience may be substituted for the associate degree.

EXPERIENCE REQUIREMENTS

1. Five years of clinical business support experience in a healthcare setting.

CERTIFICATES, LICENSES AND REGISTRATIONS REQUIRED

Not applicable.

SPECIAL KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES REQUIRED

1. Excellent written and oral communication skills.

2. Excellent customer service and interpersonal skills especially when resolving urgent issues.

3. Knowledge of medical clinic and academic office environment. Ability to work with physicians, patients, executives, and others in a professional, courteous and effective manner.

4. Excellent computer skills including working knowledge of Microsoft word processing and spreadsheet, and presentation software applications.

5. Ability to multi-task and work under pressure with time constraints.

6. Ability to work independently with minimal or no supervision.

7. Must be creative and results-oriented.

8. Must have well-developed skills using independent judgment.

WORKING ENVIRONMENT

Work is performed indoors in an office setting."/>
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