7 Feb 2023
Full-Time Healthcare Administrative Coordinator – Santiago
Our clinic’s Healthcare Administrator plays a key leadership role. As a healthcare administrator, you’ll be in charge of running a single clinic site and overseeing all clinic-related activities. As a healthcare administrator, you are required to manage both clinical and non-clinical members of staff, support operational initiatives, and overall ensure that the clinic runs smoothly and on schedule every single day.
Job Title : Healthcare Administrative Coordinator
Location : Santiago, Agusan del Norte Province, Philippines
Salary : $ 24.43 per hour.
Company : Ambulatory Surgery Center
Job Type : Full-Time
- Constantly engages with doctors/providers with the purpose of providing direction and oversight for successful scheduling, efficient clinic work flow, and patient flow while also building and maintaining a mutually beneficial relationship.
- Plans, creates, organizes, evaluates, and administers the Healthcare Center’s resident-serving programs and activities. In the Healthcare Center, supervises subordinate supervisors as well as extra staff and volunteers.
- Patients’ and residents’ rights to fair and equitable treatment, as well as their rights to self-determination, individuality, privacy, property, and civil rights, such as the opportunity to submit wage complaints, must be respected.
- Facilitates interviewing, hiring, and training employees; teaching, mentoring and directing work; performance appraisals, rewards and recognition, disciplining employees, and addressing complaints, and resolving conflict.
- Daily rounding that is visible and present to help with patient flow and satisfaction for both patients and providers. Barriers or challenges to everyday processes may be addressed quickly and effectively. Create a staffing strategy that satisfies both customer needs and budget constraints. Create a climate that encourages employee participation and feedback.
- Respond to patient complaints; analyze and determine necessity to elevate the complaint based on situation, potential risk, effective resolution, clinical care concerns, etc.
- Work plans and long-term and short-term goals are implemented with the help of direct reports. Improves support processes and systems while implementing infrastructure at the site level. Completes all tasks necessary to meet the goals set for the site.
- Establishes and adheres to staffing, revenue, and/or cost budgets for the department. Responds to changes in the business that may endanger the organization’s ability to accomplish budget goals.
- Management includes but is not limited to: hiring, training and assigning tasks, managing and evaluating performance, conducting professional development programs. Ensures that the overarching operational objectives of the department are met or supported by the productivity and activities of that group.
- Collaborates with other department managers in the community to ensure that residents are getting the best possible care at all times.
- Workers, residents/patients, family members, visitors, government agencies/personnel, and members of the general public must all be able to interact effectively.
- A bachelor’s degree in health care, business administration, or a closely related field is required.
- Must have the capacity to lead and the desire to work together with and oversee other workers.
- Administration of long-term care facilities requires an understanding of all applicable state and federal regulations (including those pertaining to Medicare reimbursement), nursing practices and procedures, and all applicable laws, regulations, and standards.
- Experience in healthcare administration and/or resident services administration for at least two years is essential.