Compliance Coordinator, Radiology 32 hours
GENERAL SUMMARY: Under the general supervision of the Administrative Director of Imaging Services, and in accordance with guidelines established by the Chairman of Imaging Services and related regulatory bodies, assumes primary responsibility for coordinating department-wide compliance with performance improvement, safety, education, and revenue integrity for Imaging Services. Also performs clinical care within professional discipline.
PRINCIPAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
1.Coordinates the Performance Improvement Program for Imaging Services, including educational support for Section Coordinators, program implementation, liaison to Quality Management, and generating departmental quarterly reports.
2.Ensures departmental and sectional compliance with departmental, Hospital-based, and related regulatory agency safety standards. Provides staff education. Works with Section Coordinators to implement and monitor quality control activity compliance, including supportive documentation.
3.Develops and implements staff and student educational programs. Serves as educational liaison for student, college, and staff trainees. Coordinates major staff education program twice per year and frequent staff reviews based on assessment of staff’s educational needs and Section Coordinator input.
4.Works with Section Coordinators and Department Administrator to ensure highest level of service reimbursement, including coordinating interdepartmental input from billing, coding, revenue integrity, regulations, etc., with clinical input from Section Coordinators and with general department fiscal goals as established by the Director.
5.Provides direct clinical care as staff technologist in Radiology modality.
OTHER JOB KNOWLEDGE, EXPERIENCE AND REQUIREMENTS:
1. Level of knowledge equivalent to that ordinarily acquired through completion of an Associate’s Degree in a radiology modality with three to five years of program exposure to various Radiology modalities.
2. Registration by the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists (AART). Licensure to operate radiology equipment in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts.
3. Business degree with two years of experience or five years progressive experience with safety, performance, and regulatory standards for radiology services. Hospital-based experience in Radiology required.
1. Combination of office environment and patient care environment, including mix of desk-based activities and walking, standing, lifting, and positioning of patients. Pushing, pulling, and operating moderately heavy equipment.
2. Limited exposure to radiation and chemicals and/or fumes.
The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of the work being performed by people assigned this job. They are not an exhaustive list of all duties, responsibilities, knowledge, skills and abilities associated with the job.
Primary Location: Framingham, MA
Hospital/Facility: MetroWest Medical Center
Shift Type: Days