- Recruit eligible patients for enrolling clinical trials and obtain informed consent.
- Work in collaboration with physicians to coordinate care for enrolled subjects.
- Coordinate all aspects of a study visit, including but not limited to scheduling time with the physician and outside facilities, as well as performing EKGs and blood draws (including processing and shipping of specimens).
- Conduct subject visits assuring all procedures are in compliance with the clinical trial protocol and FDA guidelines.
- Appropriately document study procedures, provide subject/caregiver training, calculate dosing schedules, reporting of adverse events, perform drug accountability, data entry into online electronic data capture systems.
- Maintain close communication with the study sponsor and answer all queries they may have.
- Travel may be required for investigator meetings.
- Minnesota RN license is required.
- Previous pharmaceutical clinical trial experience is required.
- Previous experience with epilepsy and neurology is preferred but not required.
- Ability to effectively and efficiently handle multiple tasks simultaneously with precision and adhere to sponsor requirements is required.
- Ability to work as a team with a positive attitude.
- Exceptional organization skills, attention to detail, and effective communication skills.
- Ability to work independently and exercise good judgement as it relates to patient care issues.
- Ability to remain calm and maintain professional behavior in stressful situations.
- Ability to provide first line intervention for seizure occurrences and/or interrupt patient engaging in dangerous or aggressive behaviors.
- Maintain confidentiality/privacy as described in MEG’s policies and as described by HIPPA.
- Abide by security rules as defined by MEG’s policies and as described by HIPPA
Minnesota Epilepsy Group PA is the largest and most comprehensive adult and pediatric epilepsy program in the Midwest. As a regional referral facility, we are the recognized leader in treating epilepsy and other seizure-related conditions in infants to the elderly. We are a national, state-of-the-art, Level 4 epilepsy center committed to enhancing each patient's quality of life and maximizing seizure control.
Job Summary: We are seeking a highly organized and experienced Practice Administrator to join Minnesota Epilepsy Group. The Practice Administrator will be responsible for overseeing the daily operations of the practice, managing the leadership team, and working with physician ownership on operational goals.
- Lead, manage, and hold accountable administrative staff (9 direct reports)
- Oversee and manage the daily operations of the practice.
- Oversee coordination of patient care services both inpatient and outpatient including Epilepsy Specific Programs.
- Ensure compliance with all relevant healthcare regulations and requirements
- Implement and manage the practice budget.
- Collaborate with physicians and other clinical staff to ensure optimal patient care.
- Maintain communication with patients, staff, and outside vendors
- Bachelor's degree in Healthcare Administration or related field
- Minimum of 3 years of experience in medical practice administration
- Strong knowledge of healthcare regulations and requirements
- Excellent communication and interpersonal skills
- Proven ability to manage and supervise staff
- Strong organizational and problem-solving skills
- Experience with medical billing and collections
We offer a competitive salary and benefits package, including health insurance (medical, vision, dental), life insurance, long term disability,401K safe harbor retirement plan, additional voluntary benefits ( gyms, accident insurance, hospital indemnity, legal shield and ID shield ) and paid time off ( PTO , Floating Holidays and company holidays). If you are a highly motivated and experienced Practice Administrator with a passion for healthcare and patient care, we encourage you to apply.
Minnesota Epilepsy Group PA is an Equal opportunity employer.
|Required Skills:||Requirements Graduated from an END Technology program or 3 years on-the-job trained experience as an END tech. ABRET certified technologists or certification eligible END Technologists must have excellent communication skills and have a strong commitment to quality patient care.|
|Job Description:||The Minnesota Epilepsy Group is a premier Level IV epilepsy program that specializes in the evaluation and treatment services for adults and children with intractable epilepsy. We provide both outpatient and inpatient care through an interdisciplinary patient care team. Currently we have several openings for Neurodiagnostic Technologists staffing two 10 bed adult and pediatric LTM EEG units, inpatient EEG lab, clinic EEG lab, and ICU EEG monitoring. Competitive salary and excellent benefits package including: medical, dental, vision, life, short-term disability, and long term disability insurances; paid vacation, sick leave and holidays; 401(k) plan; flexible benefits plan; and free parking. MN Epilepsy Group PA is an Equal Opportunity Employer|
- Major Duties and Responsibilities:
- Answer all incoming phone calls in a timely and efficient manner.
- Write accurate, legible notes for each patient phone call including patient name, caller name, date, physician, brief description of need and refer to appropriate staff member.
- Schedule and cancel appointments as needed.
- Perform clerical duties as assigned.
- Maintain adequate supply of patient forms and packets.
- Develop and maintain positive working relations with all MEG employees and other departments as a responsibility in fulfilling all job functions.
- Welcomes patients and visitors by greeting patients and visitors, in person or on the telephone; answering or referring inquiries.
- Maintains patient accounts by obtaining, recording, and updating personal and financial information.
- Process payments from patients for co-pays and uninsured visits
- Maintain confidentiality of all patient records
- Manage inventory of necessary office supplies and coordinate reordering
- Ensure that the waiting room environment remains quiet, calm, and welcoming
- High School Graduate or equivalent.
- Previous medical office experience.
- Computer experience, preferably in a Windows environment.
- Ability to operate multi-line phone line.
- Ability to handle a fast paced environment and prioritize tasks based on importance
- Excellent communication and problem solving skills.
- Ability to work independently or as part of a team