Physician's Automated Laboratory, Inc.

  • CCPL-Imaging Clerk

    Job Location US-CA-San Luis Obispo
    # of Openings
    1
    Position Type
    Regular Full-Time
    Laboratory
    CCPL (Central Coast Pathology Laboratory)
    Shift
    Day
  • Responsibilities

     

     

    Collecting, prepping and scanning lab requisitions into Laserfische

    Perform “pick-ups” at least once an hour from designated areas throughout the laboratory

    Research any issues with requisitions (i.e. misplaced attachments, patient information, etc.)

    Scan items sent by Compliance department

    Scan medical release forms

    Scan future orders, faxed orders, phone orders, and add-on test for various departments

    Research any “missing information” for the billing office as requested

    Ensure all boxes of scanned tickets get put into the shred bins every 3 months

    Routine maintenance/and or troubleshooting the scanners as needed

    Works well independently, demonstrates team work

    Participates in and supports all Quality Assurance and Quality Improvement endeavors for the laboratory, as applicable

    Employee must remain professional with clients, patients, co-workers and supervisors at all times.

    Employee must successfully pass competency assessments

    Employee must have knowledge of HIPPA and follow all company policies

    In addition to an employee’s typical work schedule, this position requires employees to work weekends, split shifts, Overtime and holidays if needed by the Company. Other duties may apply as necessary

    Light physical effort (lift/carry up to 25 lbs.)

    Occasional reaching, stooping, bending, kneeling, and crouching

    Frequent, prolonged standing/sitting/walking

    Must be able to see, hear, and respond adequately

    Extensive computer work

    Frequent use of telephone and fax

    Qualifications

    High school diploma or GED required

    Excellent computer and typing skills

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