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About Us

New England Eye Center is a full service academic and clinical ophthalmology practice with the main office at Tufts Medical Center in Boston, and seven additional offices in surrounding communities throughout eastern Massachusetts. We are a highly respected, nationally known ophthalmology practice with a reputation for providing outstanding patient care and service.

Working for New England Eye Center

We are seeking talented professionals who wish to work in a dynamic, fast-paced environment. If you are interested in making a difference in the lives of patients, consider being part of our team.

Tools and Technology

You will work with state of the art equipment and technology to meet the needs of patients.

Physicians

Glaucoma Specialist

New England Eye Center is seeking a patient-centered, fellowship-trained glaucoma specialist to join our department. This position offers the best of both the academic and private practice worlds. The physician will have the opportunity to see patients in our downtown Boston academic practice involving resident and fellow teaching, as well as to see patients in our community offices. Surgery is performed at both Tufts Medical Center and a well outfitted ophthalmology ambulatory surgical center. The established Glaucoma specialists in our group are experiencing a rising demand for services including complex and routine glaucoma and cataract surgery.

All of our physicians are part of the Tufts Medical Center Physicians Organization. A Tufts University School of Medicine appointment accompanies the position, with the opportunity to participate in clinical research and medical student teaching, if desired.

Minimum qualifications for the position are: graduation from an accredited U.S. medical school, completion of a residency program in Ophthalmology, and a sub-specialty fellowship in glaucoma. Candidates must be board -certified or-eligible with the ABO.

Please send CV and cover letter to:
Susan Liang, MD
Glaucoma & Cataract Services
sliang@tuftsmedicalcenter.org

Residencies and Fellowships

Technical and Administrative Staff

All non-physician staff will be employed by Tufts Medical Center, which offers a competitive salary and benefit package. The following positions are currently open at New England Eye Center. At the end of each listing is a link to apply for the position online. You will need to register one time in the Tufts Medical Center system to apply; otherwise you simply log in.

Administrative Coordinator
  • Department: Ophthalmology
  • Schedule: Full-Time Regular
  • Shift: Day Rotation
  • Hours: 8:00-4:30
  • Location: Tufts Medical Center

Job Details:

Under general supervision, this position provides administrative support for department heads and clinical service lines. The position works with multiple constituencies across the hospital and takes a lead role in managing the department/division’s administrative needs, including assisting callers, taking messages, managing calendars, placing purchasing orders and maintaining electronic filing systems. In this role, the Administrative Coordinator will also help to ensure smooth operations of our practices to improve the patient experience.

RESPONSIBILITIES:

Provides administrative support to department/division chair/chief and/or department director

Answers phones, triages calls, responds to patient requests, takes messages

Maintains chair/chief/department director’s schedule, both clinical and administrative

Schedules and coordinates complex meetings and facilities, which may include travel arrangements

Composes and formats correspondence, reports and presentations; demonstrates a strong knowledge of Microsoft Office suite

Completes general office and clerical work, including filing, mailing, correspondence, copying, ordering supplies

Coordinates and monitors credentialing and enrollment activity, as well as TUSM-related activity; provides regular updates to managers

Performs tasks core to the Practice Coordinator role

Assists with special department-wide projects and performance improvement initiatives

Handles sensitive and confidential information

REQUIREMENTS:

High School diploma, with specialized training in business office skills preferred

2-5 years office experience required

Prior experience working in a clinic or hospital environment preferred

Ability to manage multiple, simultaneous tasks and prioritize according to established criteria and protocols

Computer literacy required, including familiarity with email, Microsoft Office programs and scheduling applications. Ability to learn and use Tufts network programs required

Excellent communications skills, both oral and written; strong interpersonal and organizational skills

Ability to maintain confidential information

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File Clerk
  • Department: Ophthalmology
  • Schedule: Full-Time Regular
  • Shift: Day shift
  • Hours: 8:00-4:30
  • Location: Tufts Medical Center

Job Details:

Under close supervision, assists departmental personnel by maintaining patient files and acting as a messenger to deliver materials to areas within and outside the Hospital.

Requirements:

One to two years of High School education. Ability to speak basic English and follow written and oral instructions. One month on the job training. Ability to alphabetize.

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Ophthalmic Technician I
  • Department: Ophthalmology
  • Schedule: Full-Time Regular
  • Shift: Day shift
  • Hours: 8:00-4:30
  • Location: Tufts Medical Center

Job Details:

Under general supervision of the Chief Ophthalmic technician and following established professional standards and procedures, the Ophthalmic Technician II helps facilitate patient flow and performs a variety of screening and technical diagnostic tests, including manual lensometry and manual keratometry.

RESPONSIBILITIES:

Facilitates patient flow.

Performs a variety of screening and technical diagnostic tests, including manual lensometry and manual keratometry.

Assists with patient contact lens removal and insertion and instilling eye drops as directed by physician.

REQUIREMENTS:

High school diploma and completion of ophthalmic, optometric, or medical assistant training program and/or AAO Home Study Course.

Two years experience working in an ophthalmic practice and/or certified through JCAHPO (Joint Commission of Allied Health Personnel in Ophthalmology) at the assistant level.

Experience with pediatric patients strongly preferred.

Knowledge of eye terminology, anatomy, and physiology.

Very good interpersonal skills necessary to work effectively with patients and understand their needs, and be responsive to the elderly and sensory handicapped.

Ability to work closely and effectively with physicians and other clinic staff.

Very good communication skills required to effectively explain the exam process to patients and attempt to allay their concerns and apprehensions.

Must demonstrate the knowledge and skills necessary to assess the needs of patients of different age populations in order to provide care appropriately.

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Ophthalmic Technician I (Suburban Community Practice)
  • Department: Ophthalmology
  • Schedule: Full-Time Regular
  • Shift: Day Rotation
  • Hours: 8:30-5:00
  • Location: Tufts Medical Center: Cambridge

Job Details:

Under general supervision of the Pediatric Ophthalmology Supervisor and following established professional standards and procedures, the Ophthalmic Technician I helps facilitate patient flow and performs a variety of screening and technical diagnostic tests, including manual lensometry and manual keratometry.

RESPONSIBILITIES:

Facilitates patient flow.

Performs a variety of screening and technical diagnostic tests, including manual lensometry and manual keratometry.

Assists with patient contact lens removal and insertion and instilling eye drops as directed by physician.

REQUIREMENTS:

High school diploma or equivalent plus experience in an ophthalmic or healthcare setting.

Certification as a Certified Ophthalmic Assistant in good standing or at least one year in an ophthalmic practice preferred.

Knowledge of eye terminology, anatomy, and physiology.

Very good interpersonal skills necessary to work effectively with patients and understand their needs, and be responsive to the elderly and sensory handicapped.

Ability to work closely and effectively with physicians and other clinic staff.

Very good communication skills required to effectively explain the exam process to patients and attempt to allay their concerns and apprehensions.

Must demonstrate the knowledge and skills necessary to assess the needs of patients of different age populations in order to provide care appropriately.

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Post Doctoral Research Fellow

Department: Ophthalmology
Schedule: Full-Time Regular
Shift: Day shift
Grade: 88
Hours: 8:30A-5P

Job Details:

MD or PhD required

General Summary

Work in Dr. Hamrah’s laboratory is focused on corneal immunology and intravital imaging. The successful applicant will work closely with the Principal Investigator on research projects studying a) dissecting molecular mechanisms involved in corneal APC recruitment into normal and inflamed corneas; b) dissecting molecular mechanisms involved in corneal APC egress from the cornea; c) determining mechanisms involved in T cell recruitment and function in the cornea; and studying the interaction of APC and T cells in the cornea and draining lymph node in vivo after cornea transplantation. As needed, the individual will be required to independently develop protocols and establish new methodologies in the laboratory. The applicant would be intimately involved in writing and presenting new discoveries.

Principal Duties & Essential Functions/Skills

High level of motivation

Standard molecular genetic and nucleic acid handling techniques, including PCR.

Extensive experience with cell culture, molecular biology, and contemporary imaging techniques.

Experience handling fresh tissues and cell cultures for genetic and molecular biologic analysis

Familiarity with high-throughput genetic techniques, including expression profiling and tissue micro-array analysis

Strong documentation, presentation and writing skills, and will be expected to prepare work for scientific presentation, incorporation into grant applications, and publication.

Excellent and meticulous organizational and technical skills are of the utmost importance as are documentation skills, and interpersonal and communication skills

Must be able to attend trainings in Biosafety and to rigorously adhere to biosafety standards and sterile techniques at all times.

Maintains collaborative, team relationships with peers and colleagues in order to effectively contribute to the working groups achievement of goals, and to help foster a positive work environment

Ability to work independently, under supervision and as a part of a team is required.

Strong interpersonal relationships with laboratory co-workers and co-investigators at other institutions or in other labs

Excellent writing and communications skills.

A strong publication record is recommended.

Educational Requirements

Ph.D. or M.D. is required.

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Practice Coordinator (Suburban Community Practices)
  • Department: Ophthalmology
  • Schedule: Full-Time Regular
  • Shift: Day Rotation
  • Hours: 8:30-5:00
  • Locations: Framingham & Cambridge

Job Details:

Provides general clerical support to department physicians, and performs general office work including faxing, filing, mailing, correspondence, copying, ordering supplies, calendar management and mail distribution

Prepares medical records and documentation for patient visits, including loading of information into the EMR system

Takes an active role in monitoring patient flow and communicating delays to patients and providers

Assists with revenue cycle clearance, including registration accuracy, referral management and insurance verification

Assists with billing charge entry and reconciliation

Proficient with Microsoft Office suite including Word, Excel, Outlook

Participates in performance improvement projects; performs other similar and related duties as required

Requirements:

High School diploma required, with specialized training in business office skills preferred.

1-2 years medical office experience or customer service experience required.

Prior experience working in a clinic or hospital environment preferred.

Computer literacy required, including familiarity with email, Microsoft Office programs and scheduling applications. Ability to learn and use Tufts network programs

Excellent interpersonal, organizational and communications skills, both oral and written. Bilingual skills preferred

Some knowledge of third party billing preferred.

Ability to maintain confidential medical information.

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Practice Coordinator (Boston)
  • Department: Ophthalmology
  • Schedule: Full-Time Regular
  • Shift: Day shift
  • Hours: 8:30-5:00
  • Location: Tufts Medical Center

Job Details:

Provides general clerical support to patients, department physicians and performs general office work including faxing, filing, mailing, correspondence, copying, ordering supplies, calendar management and mail distribution

Prepares medical records and documentation for patient visits, including loading of information into the EMR system

Assists with revenue cycle clearance, including registration accuracy, referral management and insurance verification

Takes an active role in monitoring patient flow and communicating delays to patients and providers

Assists with billing charge entry and reconciliation

Proficient with Microsoft Office suite including Word, Excel, Outlook

Participates in performance improvement projects; performs other similar and related duties as required

Requirements:

High School diploma required, with specialized training in business office skills preferred.

1-2 years medical office experience or customer service experience required.

Prior experience working in a clinic or hospital environment preferred.

Computer literacy required, including familiarity with email, Microsoft Office programs and scheduling applications. Ability to learn and use Tufts network programs

Excellent interpersonal, organizational and communications skills, both oral and written. Bilingual skills preferred

Some knowledge of third party billing preferred.

Ability to maintain confidential medical information.

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Professional Registered Nurse (Per Diem)
  • Department: Ophthalmology
  • Schedule: Per Diem-Variable Status
  • Shift: Per diem
  • Hours: TBD
  • Location: Tufts Medical Center

Job Details:

The Professional Registered Nurse (RN) possesses and applies the skills and knowledge necessary for the delivery and management of patient care from admission through discharge. The professional registered nurse is knowledgeable of current trends in healthcare including but not limited to advances in technology, pharmacology, treatment care modalities, quality and patient safety. The professional registered nurse serves as a patient and family advocate while facilitating a cooperative and collaborative environment among all health care providers. The professional registered nurse is responsible for the planning, delivery and management of patient/family centered care utilizing the nursing process and adhering to the standards of nursing practice embedded in research, evidence based practice and/or best practices. The professional registered nurse provides clinical excellence, which fosters and supports an environment central to our patient and family centered model of care.

Requirements:

Bachelors Degree in Nursing required

BLS Certification required

Current Massachusetts Registered Nurse License required

Ophthalmology experience required

Ability to provide care for a designated group of patients according to unit guidelines and hospital policies, procedures and protocols.

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Research Assistant II - Lab
  • Department: Ophthalmology
  • Schedule: Full-Time Regular
  • Shift: Day shift
  • Hours: 8:30A-5P
  • Location: Tufts Medical Center

Job Details:

GENERAL SUMMARY:

This position reports to the Principal Investigator and is responsible for assisting with the design, implementation, and evaluation of various research projects.

PRINCIPAL DUTIES AND ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS:

Maintains established departmental policies and procedures, objectives, quality assurance programs, safety, environmental and infection control standards.

Performs tasks which may require familiarity with a variety of routine and specialized laboratory equipment. The Research Assistant will be provided the opportunity to advance their skills and to conduct research projects.

Maintains detailed records of results and methodology. May present findings at lab meetings.

Uses appropriate safety procedures for handling, storage and disposal of biohazardous, infectious, radioactive and toxic substances. Ensures that all laboratory activities are carried out in compliance with such procedures.

Troubleshoots procedures for effects of heat, humidity, and contamination if test results are unexpected or quality of specimen is poor. Recommends alternative routine procedures to cross-check own finding.

Performs a variety of routine and specialized laboratory tests and procedures according to prescribed protocols and assigned schedules. Suggests modifications to protocols based upon experience.

Assists with care and maintenance of department equipment and supplies.

Maintains department records, reports and files as required.

Enhances professional growth and development through participation in educational programs, current literature, in-service meetings, and workshops.

Attends meetings as required.

May participate in the training of new staff.

Maintains collaborative, team relationships with peers and colleagues in order to effectively contribute to the working groups achievement of goals, and to help foster a positive work environment

Performs other similar and related duties as required or directed.

JOB REQUIREMENTS:

JOB KNOWLEDGE AND SKILLS:

Knowledge of Medical Terminology

Ability to perform data entry and retrieval

Knowledge of database management helpful

Ability to prioritize quickly and appropriately essential.

Knowledge of the biological sciences, scientific principles, biological structure and lab techniques.

EDUCATION:

Bachelor’s degree (e.g., in biochemistry, cell biology, microbiology, or other bioscience program)

EXPERIENCE:

2-5 years experience in research related activities

An equivalent combination of education and experience which provides proficiency in the areas of responsibility listed above may be substituted for the above education and experience requirements.

LICENSES, ETC.:

Not Applicable

WORKING CONDITIONS/PHYSICAL DEMANDS:

Normal laboratory environment. May be exposed to radioactivity, chemicals used in DNA, PCR technology and protein electrophoresis, biohazardous material, and replication deficient adenoviruses, under controlled conditions in accordance with institutional safety standard requirements.

Must be able to perform all essential functions of this position with reasonable accommodation if disabled.

May access PHI/HIPAA identifiers as part of daily tasks.

The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed. They are not intended to be construed as an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties and skills required of personnel so classified. Tufts Medical Center reserves the right to modify position duties at any time, to reflect process improvements and business necessity.

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Research Associate I - Lab
  • Department: Ophthalmology
  • Schedule: Full-Time Regular
  • Shift: Day shift
  • Hours: 8:30A-5P
  • Location: Tufts Medical Center

Job Details:

GENERAL SUMMARY:

This position reports to the Principal Investigator and is responsible for independently developing protocols and establishing new methodologies in the laboratory.

PRINCIPAL DUTIES AND ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS:

Work as part of one or more project teams, and remain proficient in designing, managing and performing experiments.

Collect and analyze data, and deliver experimental research reports when necessary with guidance from the PIs for collaborative research projects.

With guidance from the PIs, produce scientific manuscripts for publication in peer-reviewed journals, and present research data in house and in scientific conferences.

Write as well as assist in the preparation of applications for external grants for research and fellowships. May apply and obtain grants as PI in accordance with the Medical Center’s PI Guidance.

Assist in general lab organization and maintenance, supply ordering and liaising with infrastructure departments.

Enhances professional growth and development through participation in educational programs, current literature, in-service meetings, and workshops.

Attends meetings as required.

Trains new staff and serves as a resource to other lab members, including graduate students, postdoctoral fellows and other technical staff.

Maintains collaborative, team relationships with peers and colleagues in order to effectively contribute to the working groups achievement of goals, and to help foster a positive work environment

Performs other similar and related duties as required or directed.

JOB REQUIREMENTS:

JOB KNOWLEDGE AND SKILLS:

Strong knowledge of molecular or cellular biology techniques, biochemistry

Highly self-motivated candidate, with the ability to function independently

Excellent organizational and communication skills are essential.

EDUCATION:

Minimum of M.S. in biochemistry, cell biology, microbiology, or bioscience degree program.

EXPERIENCE:

Two or more years research experience acquired through a postdoctoral fellowship or technical position in an academic or biomedical industry setting.

An equivalent combination of education and experience which provides proficiency in the areas of responsibility listed above may be substituted for the above education and experience requirements.

LICENSES, ETC. :

Not Applicable

WORKING CONDITIONS/PHYSICAL DEMANDS:

Normal laboratory environment. May be exposed to radioactivity, chemicals used in DNA, PCR technology and protein electrophoresis, biohazardous material, and replication deficient adenoviruses, under controlled conditions in accordance with institutional safety standard requirements.

Must be able to perform all essential functions of this position with reasonable accommodation if disabled.

May access PHI/HIPAA identifiers as part of daily tasks.

The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed. They are not intended to be construed as an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties and skills required of personnel so classified. Tufts Medical Center reserves the right to modify position duties at any time, to reflect process improvements and business necessity.

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Research Associate II - Lab
  • Department: Ophthalmology
  • Schedule: Full-Time Regular
  • Shift: Day shift
  • Hours: 8:30A-5P
  • Location: Tufts Medical Center

Job Details:

GENERAL SUMMARY:

Under the general direction of the Principal Investigator this position performs a wide variety of operational, technical and administrative duties in the laboratory. Supports and ensures coordination of general laboratory operations, protocols, information systems, record keeping, and training of new research personnel and related projects. May supervise staff. May be responsible for all aspects of or portions of research projects.

PRINCIPAL DUTIES AND ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS:

Lead projects or portions of research projects teams, and remain proficient in designing, managing and performing experiments.

Collect and analyze data, and deliver experimental research reports when necessary for collaborative research projects.

Prepare scientific manuscripts for publication in peer-reviewed journals, and present research data in house and in scientific conferences.

Write as well as assist in the preparation of applications for external grants for research and fellowships. May apply and obtain grants as PI in accordance with the Medical Center’s PI Guidance.

Facilitate the training of postdoctoral fellows, other research associates, research assistants and graduate students in the laboratory and serve as a resource.

Oversee general lab organization and maintenance, supply ordering and liaising with infrastructure departments.

Enhance professional growth and development through participation in educational programs, current literature, in-service meetings, and workshops.

Attend meetings as required.

Maintains collaborative, team relationships with peers and colleagues in order to effectively contribute to the working groups achievement of goals, and to help foster a positive work environment

Performs other similar and related duties as required or directed.

JOB REQUIREMENTS:

JOB KNOWLEDGE AND SKILLS:

Strong knowledge of molecular or cellular biology techniques, biochemistry

Highly self-motivated candidate, with the ability to function independently

Excellent organizational and communication skills are essential.

EDUCATION:

Minimum of M.S. in biochemistry, cell biology, microbiology, or bioscience degree program.

EXPERIENCE:

Four or more years research experience acquired through a postdoctoral fellowship or technical position in an academic or biomedical industry setting.

An equivalent combination of education and experience which provides proficiency in the areas of responsibility listed above may be substituted for the above education and experience requirements.

LICENSES, ETC.:

Not Applicable

WORKING CONDITIONS/PHYSICAL DEMANDS:

Normal laboratory environment. May be exposed to radioactivity, chemicals used in DNA, PCR technology and protein electrophoresis, biohazardous material, and replication deficient adenoviruses, under controlled conditions in accordance with institutional safety standard requirements.

Must be able to perform all essential functions of this position with reasonable accommodation if disabled.

May access PHI/HIPAA identifiers as part of daily tasks.

The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed. They are not intended to be construed as an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties and skills required of personnel so classified. Tufts Medical Center reserves the right to modify position duties at any time, to reflect process improvements and business necessity.

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Special & Scientific Staff
  • Department: Ophthalmology
  • Schedule: Full-Time Regular
  • Shift: Day shift
  • Hours: 8:30A-5P
  • Location: Tufts Medical Center

Job Details:

Provide senior research leadership and work on several projects. The S+S staff member will serve as a Principal Investigator and will lead the preparation of grant applications and other funding proposals. This position will be responsible for recruiting, training, and supervising research staff and as well as training and mentoring medical students, fellows, post-doctoral students and junior faculty within the subject matter expertise area.

Experience with and skills in clinical/health services research are necessary, experience in primary data collection methods, manuscript and other publication preparation, and grant preparation is required. At least 5 years of experience in clinical and research environment required. MD, and/or PhD, with clinical and methodological literature.

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Surgical Booking Coordinator - Suburban Office Practices – Cambridge & Wellesley, MA
  • Department: Ophthalmology
  • Schedule: Full-Time Regular
  • Shift: Day shift
  • Hours: 8:30-5:00
  • Location: Cambridge & Wellesley

Job Details:
This position monitors and coordinates all surgical scheduling functions for the department, including answering patient inquiries, initial patient interviews, scheduling and facilitating surgical dates with patients and families or other support systems as noted, assuring surgeon preferences regarding surgical sites, assistants, processes and any additional materials necessary to properly support specific resources. The surgical coordinator provides complete pre-op surgical packets to the proper surgical location, assuring that surgeries may proceed as scheduled and assists the surgical biller with accurate and timely coding and billing information. Establishes systems to monitor and track department surgical functions and acts as a liaison between the department and, other Tufts Medical Center departments and external organizations.

Responsibilities:

Coordinates scheduling of the surgical sites and appointments for all physicians associated with a specific location in the department to achieve maximum utilization while adhering to Medical Center standards and regulations.

Conducts patient interviews to accurately document a patient’s status pre-operatively.

Make necessary arrangements to qualify patients for surgery. Coordinates all pre-op tests and surgical procedures. Inform patients of necessary pre-operative guidelines. Forwards information packets to patients. Responds to any last minute questions the patients may have prior to surgery.

Gathers all information obtained during the patient’s pre-op stages. Ensures that the patient may proceed with the scheduled procedure by communicating directly with the patient’s primary care physician in order to obtain pre-operative clearance.

Generates all information obtained during the patient’s pre-op stages and submits a completed pre-operative surgical package to the surgical facility as directed by that facility, thus insuring that the patient file is complete and patient is cleared for surgery.

Following Federal CPT coding policies, records codes for surgical procedures and provides reports of all charges listed by the physician post-operatively to the billing coordinator. In the event of missing codes, the surgical coordinator communicates directly with the surgeon in order to obtain proper codes within 24 hours after the surgery. Works with the billing coordinator to forward batched reports to TMCPO.

Retrieves operative notes within 24 hours of a surgical procedure and ensures that surgical documentation is filed properly in patient charts and with the billing coordinator.

Keeps a surgical log detailing patient data, surgery time and place, other incidental relative information, billing information including amount billed and reimbursement date and amount for each surgical patient.

Maintains communication with the manager. Reports any problems or difficulties to the site manager immediately.

Contributes to the creation and updating of policies and guidelines for the Department related to the process by which patients are screened and booked for surgery.

Works with billing to insure appropriate billing and reimbursement for each case.

Responsible for surgical referral and authorization verification prior to/and following appointments and surgeries for.

Establishes and updates appropriate patient information packets for distribution to patients and medical staff in accordance with surgical scheduling duties. Responsible for maintaining supplies as necessary and coordinating distribution to patients.

Represents in the department relationships with other departments of Tufts Medical Center.

Works with the billing coordinator for resolution of surgical billing patient inquiries and complaints.

Will perform project work and other duties as assigned.

Maintains collaborative, team relationships with peers and colleagues in order to effectively contribute to the working groups achievement of goals, and to help foster a positive work environment

Performs other similar job related duties as required or directed.

Requirements:

Level of knowledge generally obtained through the completion of an Associate’s Degree. Knowledge of healthcare management helpful.

At least two years experience in a health care setting. Previous surgical scheduling experience preferred. Communication and interaction with professional and medical staff preferred.

Medical terminology and the knowledge of Federal CPT coding policies strongly preferred.

Excellent organizational skills and ability to keep accurate records.

Strong in interpersonal and communications skills to interact effectively with physicians, families, visitors, and various levels of personnel within the department, and the Medical Center, various surgical facilities, and insurance agencies.

Excellent working knowledge of computer systems.

Initiative and durability to work under stress due to deadlines, volume of work, and range of activities.

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