This position is for a limited duration, it is expected to last until Sep 30 th , 2020. The Community Connect Workflow Analyst will primarily work on the Adventist Health Epic implementation project.
This is dedicated as a member of Referrals Analysts team, serves as a member of the Centralized Managed Care & Price Estimates department, which is responsible to support the systems and operations of ambulatory practices, professional service and hospital departments. The department supports its customers in workflows that ensure activities occurring prior to a patient\u2019s medical service, allow for successful billing activities.
This position is responsible for the referral and authorization workflow design for all managed care activities utilizing the Epic Referral module. He/she will partner with ITG regarding the technical build associated with the Referral module. The incumbent will coordinate access and training of payor websites as required for new daily operations at Adventist Health.
This position will: 1) Understand, develop, document, validate and train Referral workflows; 2) Assume project management responsibilities for large implementation projects specific to managed care processes; 3) Be aware of strategic referral and registration objectives and work with CMC leadership and stakeholders within the organization to validate and prioritize incoming customer requests; 4) Create content and tools for users or groups of users as needed; 5) Provide clear, professional communication with Epic users, Epic team members and OHSU and Adventist Health Leadership.
The incumbent has extensive knowledge of Ambulatory Practice or Professional Service Department front office operations and is able to independently diagram workflows and make processes more efficient. He/She is knowledgeable about the Epic system and can provide expert knowledge on how to create the most efficient process in Epic. The incumbent is able to provide end user support.
The Incumbent will observe due care, objectivity and respect for confidentiality. All employees must keep confidential what they hear and what they see when handling, reviewing or observing: communications and records thereof (calls, email, pages, fax, etc.), data transmission, databases, or other forms of information. Confidentiality extends to the identities of the parties of the communications, and even to the fact that the communication took place. When sharing information, consider whether the recipient has a true \u201cbusiness need to know.\u201d
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