Full Time 40 hours Grade 007 EIOH Community Dentistry Schedule 8 AM-5 PM Responsibilities Job Summary Work to improve the dental health of people with special needs conducted on Smilemobile 5. Responsible for coordinating functions associated with the processing of patient information for dental visits and acts as a resource to staff performing those functions. Monitors and ensures all functions are completed in an accurate, efficient, & customer friendly manner. Job Duties: Establish, coordinate, and verify daily treatment eligibility (Medicaid and private insurance) and schedules to ensure proper utilization and smooth flow of patient care. Prepare and submit all forms, reports, and documents (e.g. weekly and end of month reports and PVS, etc.) in a timely and efficient manner. Relay information to other staff in a timely manner. Work effectively with Oral Health Educator to improve accessibility. Arrange for I 0 patients per day per provider to be seen, to ensure care goals are achieved within the time allotted. Meet daily efficiency goals so that the program remains viable. Prepare and maintain patient medical records through AxiUm. Register and schedule all patients in axiUm. Perform or help with other program related tasks necessary for the efficient and productive operation of the clinic. This is to include but not be limited to: daily AM or PM staff informational meetings, tracking provider/staff schedules, timesheets and incident reports. Participate in any Division Dental Health screening, health fair, career day, or research project as needed. Acts as an information resource for the program. Requirements: High School diploma plus 2.5 years related work experience, or an equivalent combination of education and experience. Reliable transportation. Demonstrated customer service skills. Experience working with community-based programs preferred. Ability to speak Spanish desirable, but not required. Ability to work well with patients with specials needs, including the elderly and persons with developmental or intellectual disabilities. Ability to work and interact in a culturally diverse environment. Ability to communicate well with staff, patients, and patient representatives. Ability to have a flexible schedule. Ability to travel to various locations throughout the Rochester area. Ability to walk long distances. Ability to multi-task, manage a varied provider schedule. Ability to learn and apply new computer software systems.
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