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Under supervision, incumbent provides administrative assistance and data coordination for the GI Surgical Oncology. Responsibilities include, but are not limited to, data extraction, compilation and entry into multiple data collection systems; running reports and queries; and independently researching and troubleshooting data entry issues as they arise. Provide administrative and clinical support to the Metabolic Surgery Team. Facilitates all patient email communications for support group.
Proven experience in clinical and administrative office with the ability to solicit, interpret, and analyze general information. Ability to work as part of a team to accomplish established goals.
Excellent computer skills to process daily activities. Ability to operate a PC including, word-processing, database, spreadsheet, presentation and statistical software. Knowledge of office equipment such as fax, copy machines, scanners, etc.
Strong organizational, time management and planning skills with ability to prioritize workload within set guidelines and maintain high degree of professionalism, ability to organize a varied workload to meet deadlines despite frequent interruptions.
Demonstrated excellent attention to detail. Skill in developing operations and procedures and procedure manuals.
Strong ability to communicate in person and by telephone.
Demonstrated ability to input a high volume of complex and confidential data accurately and within pre-established deadlines.
- Knowledge of University policies and procedures for HIPAA, travel, payment authorizations.
- Prior experience working in a metabolic surgery facility or medical office.
- Demonstrated knowledge of IDX and EPIC.
Employment is subject to a criminal background check.
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