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- Prepares and delivers Type 2 Diabetes friendly supplemental food boxes to research participants and collect in data collection. - Accurately collects, record, and maintain data entry.  - May perform other duties as assigned.
Requisition ID
2021-78188
Position Number
50081483
City
Magnolia
Position Type
Temporary Part-Time
Department
NWAC Northwest AR Campus Research CP
Shift
Shifts Vary
Administrative Functions - Responds to provider and departmental questions timely and appropriately. Maintains professional competency and understanding of credentialing requirements. - Reviews enrollment status of providers and follow up as needed. Review reappointment dates and insure that all providers reappointments are compliant with the Bylaws, Rules and Regulation, and Departmental Policies and procedures. Adheres to Departmental confidentiality standards. Cross trains within the Department to support Out of State Medicaid Enrollment, Payer enrollment, and other administrative functions as needed. - Maintains productive work relationships with all internal and external contacts including: Physicians, Allied Health Professionals, Department Business Managers, Service Line Administrators, and designated contact person and Medical Staff leadership. Participate in continuing education programs offered by the System and external programs as appropriate   Assists with Enrollment of Providers - Responsibles for operational aspects and appropriate outcomes of this process. Reviews and recommends appropriate level of staff status for applicants and advises Department Business Administrators and Service Line Administrators. Prepares initial application packet for enrollment as a billing provider at UAMS. - Assures that the Provider completes all required information in a timely manner by working with both the provider and department business manager or designated contact person to obtain necessary information. - Ensures all enrollment activities are compliant with and Departmental Policies. - Remains abreast of new developments in the requirements for timely and efficient enrollment. - Reviews information with supervisor and clearly communicates any inadequacies in an applicants file to the Applicant, Business Administrator, and Department Chairman as needed. - Assures that time sensitive verifications used in enrollment process are reviewed regularly and followed up on where needed; Obtains copies of information needed from billing providers and departments to ensure timely and efficient enrollment in plans. - Responsibles for timely notification to supervisor, provider and departments. Maintains open communication with credentialing staff to ensure proper flow of information for applicants. Information Management - Accurately enters data into the ECHO credentialing database; Assures that all information in the ECHO credentialing databases is current, complete and accurate. Provides reports as scheduled and requested. Maintains accurate records of the status of all applications at all times. Maintains claim eligibility table in Epic and processes enrollment issues located in Epic work queues.
Requisition ID
2021-78181
Position Number
50068931
City
Little Rock
Position Type
Temporary Full-Time
Department
VCF Reimb Provider Enrollment
Shift
Shifts Vary
The duties of the Anesthesia Tech contribute in the effort to further the mission of UAMS: to improve the health and health care of Arkansans.  The University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences (UAMS) has a unique combination of education, research, and clinical programs that encourages and supports teamwork and diversity.  We champion being a collaborative health care organization, focused on improving patient care and the lives of Arkansans.   - Assembly of set-ups and preparing machines and equipment for use - Performing basic tests of machines and trouble-shooting problems with machines - Cleaning, replacing tubing, stocking carts and general turn-over of rooms between and after cases - Performing blood tests - Taking care of residents and staff needs as a member of the operating room team - Follows directions and instructions from the Anesthesia staff and the OR coordinator - Models the Core Values of UAMS – Integrity, Respect, Diversity, Teamwork, Creativity, and Excellence in compliance with company guidelines. - Performs related responsibilities as required or assigned.
Requisition ID
2021-78163
Position Number
Evergreen Requisition
City
Little Rock
Position Type
Regular Full-Time
Department
ICE PeriopSvc Anesthesia
Shift
Shifts Vary
- Understands the implication of each element in the revenue cycle. Works with team to outline measures that should be reviewed during the quarterly meetings with service lines.  Formulates action plans for areas not meeting goals.  - Outlines metrics that will be shared routinely with the service lines and revenue cycle departments. Identifies process breakdowns within access and revenue cycle as well as identifies service line clinical workflows that may be impacting access and revenue cycle performance.  - Manages staff to include the hiring, training, coaching, evaluation, disciplinary action and termination as necessary. Ensures staff is compliant with departmental, IRCC, ICE and campus policies. - Compiles the RCA Denials report on a weekly basis and disseminates it to the appropriate staff. Serves as the Subject Matter Expert with the denials tool. Works with Service Line staff to help them understand the denial report and the impact of denials on their area. - Participates in meetings, committees and task forces as requested. Assists Service Line Leaders and IRC leadership as needed.  Assists with special projects as needed. - Other duties as assigned.
Requisition ID
2021-78147
Position Number
50026672
City
Little Rock
Position Type
Regular Full-Time
Department
VCF CORE Revenue Integrity
Shift
Day Shift
Leadership - Interprets institutional, sponsor, and regulatory authority policies related to clinical trial data collection, management, and reporting to ensure departmental adherence. Represents the department and investigators at local, regional and national meetings; facilitates effective communication among staff, PIs and other research/clinical professionals, senior leaders of UAMS, and study sponsors. Serves as the general administrator and liaison for the PI, research subjects, human testing compliance, privacy/HIPAA compliance, other research and clinical professionals, and the granting or funding entity relative to the research protocol. Ensures strict adherence to all regulatory requirements such as the reporting of serious adverse events and protocol variations in the timeline required by the study sponsor and the Institutional Review Board. Ensures compliance with prescribed interventions and evaluations of the assigned protocol(s). Prepares high-quality written documents; analyzes data and formulates conclusions. Participates in the development and maintenance of electronic infrastructure including protocol budget review and clinical trial management suite. Advises the PI on administrative requirements necessary as required per protocol. Monitors protocol status and advises PI on requirements and deadlines. Level III CRC’s will: Assist in the development of and ongoing review of departmental/divisional standard operating procedures. Serves as a preceptor/mentor to clinical research staff.   Data Collection - Manages the collection and transmission of samples, scheduling of clinical visits and tests, and the collection, processing, and reporting of data. Assists departmental faculty/PI in the development, preparation, and submission of research protocols and related documentation. Confers with PI and support staff to secure necessary documents for proposals. Assists with the development of case report forms for investigator initiated trials including data point identification and case report form review. Assists in the screening, recruitment, selection, consenting, and enrollment of subjects. Assists with the development, implementation, maintenance, and evaluation of quality assurance plan for conduct of clinical trials, while working closely with sponsor representatives to address and respond to monitoring and auditing reports.   Additional duties may be assigned to this position - Provides training for staff and investigators including site initiation visits (SIVs) and in-services to supporting departments and staff. Develops and implements process improvement and participates in the development of electronic infrastructure, including UAMS’ clinical trial management suite. Maintains appropriate professional competencies including human subject research training and continuing education. Customer Service: Interacts with and assists the public in a professional and friendly manner as needed. Demonstrates effective communication skills; communicates accurate and complete information; maintains strict confidentiality when necessary. Demonstrates positive working relationships with co-workers, management team, and ancillary departments; follows the Core Concepts of Patient and Family Centered Care and the Basic Code of Conduct Guidelines. Assists internal and external stakeholders as needed with exceptional customer service. Performs other related duties as directed to meet the goals and objectives of the department and the institution.  
Requisition ID
2021-78137
Position Number
50066431
City
Little Rock
Position Type
Regular Full-Time
Department
CI Coordinator Team C
Shift
Day Shift
- Prepares and delivers Type 2 Diabetes friendly supplemental food boxes to research participants and collect in data collection. - Accurately collects, record, and maintain data entry.  - May perform other duties as assigned.
Requisition ID
2021-78115
Position Number
50081483
City
Fayetteville
Position Type
Temporary Part-Time
Department
NWAC Northwest AR Campus Research CP
Shift
Shifts Vary
- Works directly with the value analysis department and assigned value analysis teams (VAT) to access and set up cost savings, Standardization of products initiatives and evaluate/implement new product requests.  - Maintains current knowledge of the CAPTIS Consolidated Services agreement.  - Performs research, data analysis and benchmarking; develops tools, graphics and presentations as appropriate to identify potential savings and assists others to understand methods and processes required to achieve measurable results.  - Assists in tracking savings/usage of items to quantify expense reduction and quality outcomes. - Provides educational plans for product and service user provides a communication plan for product and service information, assists with improving patient care by supporting standardization of protocols and pathways.  - Supports implementation of recommendations from the organization and performs assignments on time.  - Develops conversion plans on the basis of end user support.  - Supports the goals and objectives of UAMS to drive consensus.  - Ensures change is accepted, implemented and maintained; identifies obstacles and mediates barriers or elevates issues to the VAT and VA Director - Attends required meetings and trainings, completes necessary documentation. 
Requisition ID
2021-78105
Position Number
50079476
City
Little Rock
Position Type
Regular Full-Time
Department
VCF Finance SC Value Analysis
Shift
Day Shift
- Empties waste baskets, dumps trash, and replaces trash bags. - Wipes and cleans furniture, such as desk tops, tables, and other surfaces. - Cleans walls, windows, and windowsills. - Sweeps, mops, and buffs floors, vacuums and shampoos rugs, cleans baseboards, dusts furniture and fixtures, washes windows and blinds, and empties trash. - Strips and waxes floors, as needed. - Cleans bathroom fixtures and stocks bathroom with soap, toilet tissue, and paper towels. - Clean areas requiring special cleaning methods, by use of specific cleansers, sterilized equipment, and/or disposing of contaminated wastes. Issues towels and bed linens to members/students. - Collects and sends dirty linens and towels to laundry. - Loads soiled articles into washing machine, loads chemicals, sets controls, removes and transfers articles to dryer, sets controls, and removes articles when dry. - Operates steam press to iron articles and fold articles for delivery. - Sorts, counts, loads, and delivers finished items to user. - May mend damaged articles by machine or by hand sewing  - Conducts specialty cleanings may be required. (i.e. Covid Cleaning) - May perform other duties as assigned. 
Requisition ID
2021-78097
Position Number
EVERGREEN
City
Little Rock
Position Type
Regular Full-Time
Department
OPS Campus Clinical Housekeeping
Shift
Shifts Vary
Pre-Award duties Works directly with faculty members, research staff, and program coordinators, college administrators, and other units on campus in the preparation of proposals - Completely reads and conveys the agency guidelines and/or RFA instructions - Sets up pre-proposal meetings with Principal Investigators to discuss submission timeline and guidelines - Working closely with Team Lead or more senior RA’s, Provides guidance and advises faculty and departmental staff with pre-award questions and issues. Advises the PI on administrative requirements in preparing proposal submissions, budget adjustments, and revisions necessary to meet the sponsor requirements. - Ensures all applications meet agency and University guidelines, published timetables and deadlines - Confers with PI to secure necessary sub-awards documents for proposals - Assists the PI in the development of budgets and budget justifications, which includes proofing the budget for inconsistencies and ensuring accuracy. Reviews budgets for consistency with sponsor, monitors compliance with agency and University regulations regarding submission; verifies all financial information to include application of the appropriate overhead - Thoroughly understands exempt, direct, and facilities and administrative (F&A) costs - Coordinates and reviews proposal elements (biosketches, facilities & resources) for consistency, accuracy, and completeness - Revises proposals for consistency with sponsor guidelines for budget, format, font size, page limits and margins, excluding narrative content. - Obtains approvals for needed changes from PI - Ensures proposals are entered into MUSE and routed internally in a timely manner - Obtains form page signatures and cost share approvals, as needed - Assists with required changes, once reviewed - Monitors and follows proposal throughout routing process all the way to submission - Informs PI of all steps of the submission process and to keep them advised of all progress/ delays   Post-Award Duties - If needed, attends scheduled post-award training to become familiar with required post-award processes and procedures, including completion of monthly reports, cost summary reports, and other financial aspects of the position - Thoroughly reads the notice of award, outlining account establishment parameters, including billing and reporting requirements, budget and cost sharing obligations upon award acceptance - Assists with account set-up by communicating with the PI and relevant departmental staff to obtain necessary information to send to Grants Accounting - Works with Grants Accounting to ensure account set up is to the award notice and that all cost share accounts are set up - Distributes award information to PI’s and Co-PI’s, as well as other relevant staff - Coordinates adjustments to payroll allocations for budgeted positions as needed - Creates monthly report on all assigned accounts managed including distribution within set time frame and meets monthly with PI’s, administrators and departmental staff, to discuss accounts and project future award expenditures - Assists PI on a regular basis with budget and expense adjustments and revisions - Ensures expenses are allowable to the project by thoroughly reviewing expenses each month - Communicates with sub-award institutions regarding incoming and outgoing invoices - Obtains approval from PI’s to pay subcontractor invoices before sending invoices to Accounts Payable for processing - Assists with the submission of No Cost Extensions, Re-budgeting requests and other changes to the award, while following sponsor guidelines and University policies - Assists with close-out preparation of accounts by meeting with PI’s 90-days in advance of closing to ensure needed steps are taken to clear encumbrances, close PO’s, ensure all invoicing has occurred and needed salary allocation adjustments are scheduled - Completes Cost Summary Reports on open accounts and forwards to Grants Accounting - Ensures post-award customer service to faculty and departments/divisions is exemplary - Willingness to assist fellow team members when needed
Requisition ID
2021-78068
Position Number
50065291
City
Fayetteville
Position Type
Regular Full-Time
Department
RESH RSS Grant Management Team 1
Shift
Day Shift
Key Responsibilities (list primary functions of the position with the percent of time generally allocated to each; percent of time must equal 100%)             44% Leadership.  Serves as expert on applied aspects of the State Nutrition intervention in the development, dissemination and research of the SPAN program. Coordinates and provides oversight of each phase of multiple statewide projects, develops and implements systems for tracking and reporting various components of projects. Oversees training plan for community-based practitioners to implement the intervention with fidelity.  Liaisons with community providers to coordinate the implementation per CDC grant protocols.  Ensures all Memoranda of Agreements with community partners are in place and current.  Interprets data and community experiences regarding practicality, utility, fidelity, and adaptations of the intervention and makes recommendations to Program Manager. Consults with the Program Manager and makes recommendations for refining the model and tailoring the intervention to specific target populations during reiterative replications. Guides development of new nutrition brief interventions, including content and contracting with skilled, knowledgeable writers. Makes presentations at local, regional and national conferences. Fully participates in evaluation of project. Serves as state representative for the nutrition component of the CDC SPAN project.   50% Management. Responsible for day-to-day coordination of at least one major contract and coordinates multiple related projects. Ensures compliance with objectives, budget, timelines of active grants or contracts, consults with Program Manager and makes recommendations, makes revisions and completes reports as required. Ensures project goals are met, administrative and regulatory procedures are in place and documented accordingly. Develops standard operating procedures and revises as needed.  Responsible for site coordination and other activities to promote successful administration and completion of the projects.  Provides technical assistance, monitors protocols and acts as liaison and point-of-contact between Program Manager and community partners.  Works with UAMS departments providing creative, and programming assistance to interpret interventions for website and other technology development.  Assists in the development of goals and objectives, budgets and timelines for new projects.  Provides expertise in early childhood nutrition intervention policies related to the state Quality Rating Improvement System (QRIS), including evidence based interventions, related surveillance data, and current literature on promising practices and trends in the field. Ability to translate early childhood nutrition curriculum into population health practice. Knowledge of state and federal laws, rules, and regulations applicable to nutrition and population health.   6% Other duties as assigned
Requisition ID
2021-78066
Position Number
50071006
City
Little Rock
Position Type
Regular Full-Time
Department
COM DFPM Continuing Education
Shift
Day Shift
- Implements procedures for scheduling children/youths into appropriate clinics based on need, age, and location with accuracy and within required time frames.  - Documents scheduling information into the electronic health record and database as required. - Analyzes referrals to determine location of clinics.  - Works with scheduling co-worker to insure referrals are scheduled within required timelines (max of 7 days for Foster Care).  - Interacts with DHS staff cooperatively to insure appropriate scheduling is completed. - Works with individual clinic sites to meet scheduling requirements.  - Keeps sites informed on needs of program.  - Builds schedule according to procedures when needed.  Processes changes in placement of referrals when needed. - Provides support of on-site operations such as answering the telephone when requested. - Performs other duties as assigned.
Requisition ID
2021-78064
Position Number
50018640
City
Little Rock
Position Type
Regular Full-Time
Department
COM Peds Foster Care
Shift
Day Shift
- Accepting all center intakes via phone, fax, secure email or in person. - Ensuring the intake includes the appropriate insurance referral when applicable. - Mailing out the DDC Welcome Packet - Coordinating all returned Welcome Packets and scanning into system for clinical triage - Coordinating all triaged patient PHI, registration of patient in EHR, scanning PHI into EHR and applying to waitlist. - Attending to heavy phone calls and fielding questions from patient families and referring clinics in a timely manner. - Timely processing of voice messages left by callers on the Intake and Scheduling Lines. - Promptly answering incoming calls and appropriately directing calls. - Maintaining and processing faxes. - Ensuring the DDC Intake Tracker is updated daily. - Ensuring the DDC Referred-Out Tracker is updated daily and coordinating the transition of care to outside entities. - Helping patient families at point of service or upon request with paperwork. - Assisting with other admin duties such as processing appointment packets, outgoing mail and returned mail. - Capable of cross training and covering other administrative positions to assist in general coverage. - Actively participates in performance improvement activities (i.e., collecting data, suggesting and implementing approved changes and measuring outcomes) and the development of strategies to improve patient care delivery and cost effectiveness. - Perform other duties as assigned.
Requisition ID
2021-78060
Position Number
50022900
City
Little Rock
Position Type
Regular Full-Time
Department
COM Peds Dennis Development Center
Shift
Day Shift
- Manages stressful situations courteously, tactfully and calmly in a professional manner - Exercises good judgment in evaluating situations and making decisions - Responds quickly to emergency situations and calls for service without unnecessarily jeopardizing the safety of oneself, other members of the police department or the public - Utilizes common-sense understanding in order to execute written, oral or diagrammed instructions - Proficient in the use of firearms and the operation of police vehicles - Observes situations objectively and analytically, record and report them clearly and concisely both orally in writing - Ability and willingness to perform moderately physical work - Ability and willingness to perform work indoors, outdoors and in a vehicle - Exhibits good character (i.e. courteous, friendly and empathetic) as determined by a detailed background investigation - Attends related training classes and schools as needed - UAMS is a very diverse campus therefore officers must be at ease with members of other ethnic, cultural, and social groups - May perform other duties as assigned by superior officers or administration
Requisition ID
2021-78049
Position Number
50002871
City
Little Rock
Position Type
Regular Full-Time
Department
POL Police Day Shift B
Shift
Shifts Vary
Managed Conference Support: Provide support for contracted manage conference services as outlined in the memorandum of agreement to include, but not exclusive to, pre- and post-activity arrangements according to determined timelines and deliverables for each activity: - Completion and submission of UAMS event forms - Planning meeting management - Registration management - Speaker and planning committee communication and documentation - Logistics planning and implementation - Marketing campaign management including social media - Exhibitor/supporter management - Coordination of course materials management - Providing technical and A/V support - Catering management - On-site logistical management - Credit reporting Education Support: - Coordinate educational support for OCE webinar series - Preparing quarterly OCE newsletter - Provide support for education and quality initiatives, as assigned. - Data entry of credits - Responds to phone and email inquiries from registrants - Monitors conference email account May perform other duties as assigned.
Requisition ID
2021-78024
Position Number
50081937
Position Type
Regular Full-Time
Department
AA Continuing Education Admin
Shift
Day Shift
Education and Quality Initiatives Program Management: - Serves as liaison with clients and other individuals involved with the education and quality initiatives. - Communicates clearly and consistently with educational partners about their expectations of needs and desires for the educational program. - Works collaboratively to provide management for content planning and logistical support for educational and quality initiatives. - Provides project management assistance for each initiative. - Works closely with Assistant Director to develop time lines for activities to ensure successful delivery of contracted services or grant deliverables. - Provides support for pre-, day of, and post-activity duties - Employs appropriate UAMS procedures and meeting organization tools. - Works with Assistant Director to prepare continuing education applications and obtain required documentation. - Provides event planning as consistent with the individual activity plan to include, but is not limited to, planning and management of: - Venue and catering - Marketing - Speakers - Accreditation compliance - Registration - Pre-, day-of, and post-activity tasks - Conducts evaluation of the education initiatives and managed conferences - Ensures activity evaluation form is compliant with current accreditation standards and meets expectations of the client/grant. - Prepares and conducts evaluation follow up at 3 month (or other cycle as dictated by the client/grant) post-activity. - Prepares evaluation reports for managed conference activities. - Prepares analysis reports based on evaluation data to be included in closing reports. - Ensures all expenses for activities have been submitted for payment and are paid. - Completes grant applications and reports, as needed. - Manages special projects such as webinars, enduring materials, and other contracted services. Managed Conference Support: - Provides assistance for managed conferences, as assigned. May perform other duties as assigned.
Requisition ID
2021-78023
Position Number
50081940
Position Type
Regular Full-Time
Department
AA Continuing Education Admin
Shift
Day Shift
- Enters claims information into Epic in a timely fashion. Makes entries in appropriate records to document billed services and managed care components as required by payors.  - Maintains familiarity with prior authorization, billing systems, and documentation requirements.  Utilizes knowledge to minimize the number of billing/claims errors, stays abreast of changes with CPT codes, ICD-10 codes, Medicaid eligibility/verification, commercial insurance, Kids First policy and procedure, and payor regulations. - Collaborates with clinic staff to obtain required information, address errors, or verify eligibility information as required. - Maintains a cooperative working relationship with clinic staff, management team, and external agencies. Other duties (oral and written) as assigned by supervisor, program administrator and/or other Kids First leadership.
Requisition ID
2021-78015
Position Number
50015703
City
Little Rock
Position Type
Regular Full-Time
Department
COM Peds Kids First Admin Office
Shift
Day Shift
- Collects/records patients’ medical history and acquires patient vital signs - Advises patients regarding treatment, medication, and specific physician instructions - Collects lab samples and complete necessitated documentation for submission to lab     - Manages the patient appointment schedule by balancing medical needs with patients’ timetable - Greets all patients/customers in professional and courteous manner upon arrival at clinic - Registers and checks-out patients - Collects payments, issue receipts, and verify insurance coverage - Interacts with and assists the public in a professional and friendly manner  - Demonstrates effective communication skills; communicates accurate and complete information; maintains strict confidentiality when necessary - Demonstrates positive working relationships with co-workers, management team, and ancillary departments - Follows the Core Concepts of Patient and Family Centered Care and the Basic Code of Conduct Guidelines - Assist internal and external stakeholders as needed with exceptional customer service   Other Duties as Assigned
Requisition ID
2021-78010
Position Number
50081863
City
Fayetteville
Position Type
Regular Full-Time
Department
ICE MUSL NWA Van Asche Clinical
Shift
Day Shift
- Cell/molecular biology, immunohistochemical, cell signaling, and rat models of transplantation to understand how cold-ischemia during preservation impacts long-term outcome of kidney transplants. - Performing microsurgery & basic animal husbandry. - Writing manuscripts and grants. - Perform other duties as assigned.
Requisition ID
2021-77986
Position Number
50080721
City
Little Rock
Position Type
Regular Full-Time
Department
COM Pharmacology Cognitive Function
Shift
Day Shift
Provides specified language interpretation for the patient/family along with the medical health care teams and assists staff in connecting with the language line for other interpretations - Act as a conduit which renders in one language accurately what is being said in the other language, with no admissions, omissions, editing or polishing; - Facilitate patient/family understanding by clarifying and adjusting for special vocabulary and level of formality established by the patient/family, explaining or making work pictures of terms that have no linguistic equivalent (or whose linguistic equivalent will not be understood by the patient) and checking for understanding; - Provide the necessary cultural framework for understanding the message being interpreted to reduce or eliminate misunderstandings between the patient and health care team; - Identify barriers or concerns that interfere with the interpreting process and suggest alternatives for resolution; - Consult with the medical professional to determine the goals for the interpretation and maintain contact with the health care team to discuss any needs or further issues stemming from the encounter; - Be responsible for translating and producing cultural/linguistic appropriate patient and staff education materials; - Document patient encounters and services according to department protocol in making notations in the patient's chart, indicating the origin of the request for interpretation or translation, the nature of the service provided and an assessment of the patient's understanding and level of acceptance of the information; and educate staff on accessing interpretation services and monitoring utilization of these services. Guest Relations/Communication - Demonstrate effective communication skills and maintain good working relationships with patients and families, visitors, physicians and other employees; - Conduct in-services and consultations relating to medical interpretation/translation, health cultural practice or pertinent issues with medical/health care staff personnel and appropriate hospital departments and committees; - Follow hospital guest relations guidelines; - Interact with patient/families/care partners using age appropriate communication skills; - Make a conscious effort to recognize and support co-workers, working as a team player.  Professional Development/Service/Education - Maintain knowledge-base of medical terminology, community resources, patient- and family-centered care practices, hospital policies, TJC requirements; - Successfully complete annual competency test and any additional competency testing required to validate required skills; - Submit suggestions and conduct focused education or in-services; - Be current on department certification requirements; - Demonstrate a professional appearance and demeanor, adhering to the hospital and department dress code and code of conduct; - Cooperate in maintaining quality of service by being flexible in providing coverage during vacation, sick leave, and emergencies as requested; - Enroll in 40 hour medical interpreter educational program, and successfully complete program within 90 day probation period of hiring; - Must enroll in and successfully pass the written and oral testing for National Certification within two years of hire. Quality/Emergency/Safety Procedures and Resource Utilization   - Be knowledgeable of individual service responsibilities during emergency and disaster procedures; - Complete all annual training/education/health requirement as determined by UAMS and The Joint Commission; - Utilize hospital resources appropriately, always mindful of ways to decrease costs and increase reimbursements; - Submit ideas and/or problems to manager outlining possible changes or potential barriers to work flow processes for process improvement initiatives; - Demonstrate working knowledge of HIPAA laws and application in medical interpreting profession; -  Assist in producing and monitoring daily reports to ensure employee productivity. - Other duties as assigned.
Requisition ID
2021-77969
Position Number
50036347
City
Little Rock
Position Type
Regular Full-Time
Department
ICE NRSL Interpreter Svcs IP C
Shift
Day Shift
- Obtains patient report and has on-going communication with R.N. regarding patient care/changes in condition; Informs nurse of patient requests or complaints. - Assists with admission, transfer, and discharge of patients. - Transports patients to other areas of the hospital as directed. - Carries out the Plan of Care for Patient using a Multidisciplinary - Approach as Delegated by Team Leader. - Communicates effectively with other team members to facilitate patient care. - Accepts directions from R.N.s and team members. - Follows through on delegated patient care activities. - Provides appropriate grooming/oral hygiene and comfort measures and assists patients with activities (ambulation, up in chair, turn and reposition). - Documents all patient care activities/tasks, vital signs, ADL, wave tests, I&O's accurately and timely and per unit and department standards. - Assists patients and visitors with information and/or solutions to problems. - Serves as resources person to support department members in performance of duties. - Notifies appropriate staff members of problems requiring prompt intervention. - May perform other duties as assigned.
Requisition ID
2021-77944
Position Number
50035610
City
Little Rock
Position Type
Regular Full-Time
Department
ICE CASL MY Outpatient Clinic
Shift
Day Shift