Sun City West, Arizona
AZ Pop Health-Clinic
Those who have joined the Banner mission come from all walks of
life, united by the common goal: Make health care easier, so life
can be better. If changing health care for the better sounds like
something you want to be part of, we want to hear from you.
Our Administrative Medical Assistant, we dedicate our time to
assure the patient charts are free from irregularities, which
resolves around the mission, vision and values of Banner Health.
Banner Health uses Cerner, and our Administrative Medical
Assistants utilize Microsoft Office too. Major part of this role is
ACO Measurements through Medicare. Bring your healthcare knowledge,
expertise, and love of helping patients to Banner! This position
does require a Medical Assistant schooling certificate as a minimum
Position does require a Medical Assistant Certificate
Come join the Sun City West Team as a fulltime Administrative
Medical Assistant!! This position is part of a great team covering
the West Valley. Currently the work schedule is Mon- Fri
7:30a-3:30p If Medical Assistant certification is not currently in
possession, it must be obtain within 6 months of employment.
At Banner Medical Group, you'll have the opportunity to perform
a critical role in the community where you practice. Banner Medical
Group provides both primary and specialty care throughout the
communities in which Banner Health operates. We do this in a
variety of settings - from smaller group practices like our Banner
Health Clinics in Loveland, Colo. and Torrington, Wyo., to large
multi-specialty Banner Health Centers in the metropolitan Phoenix
area. We currently have more than 1,000 physicians and more than
3,500 total employees in our group and are seeking others to
enhance our ability to deliver our nonprofit mission of providing
excellent patient care.
This position is responsible for performing administrative tasks
(indirect care) that support the care team in providing direct
medical care. This position utilizes the Electronic Health Record
(EHR) and external resources or tools to provide a complete
assessment of the patient's health status, which includes
identifying care gaps prior to the patient encounter. This position
utilizes specialized knowledge, judgment and communication skills
to assure that patients get the indicated care when and where they
need and want it, in a culturally and linguistically appropriate
manner. Patient outreach is a critical component of this position,
highlighting the medical background and communication skills
Performs chart prep prior to a scheduled patient visit to ensure
care is coordinated.
Identifies any care gaps based on preventative and maintenance
care guidelines by obtaining test and results from community
organizations, health plans, facilities and specialists. Utilizes
evidence based guidelines and standing orders as appropriate.
Utilizes EHR to provide outreach for patients in respective
preventative care, chronic care, specific medications, high risk
patients, and those not seen recently in the clinic.
Runs reports and actively works them to close care gaps.
Communicates findings to care team prior to or during daily
Reviews performance with care team and identifies areas for
improvement based on results of clinical performance. Monitors
improvement efforts and provides input on how to meet goals.
Maintains clinical skills and provides direct patient care on an
as needed basis. Completes all necessary on-boarding/orientation
activities, including simulation training, as needed or
- This position works under general supervision. This position
interacts with all levels of staff in a variety of departments,
physicians, patients, families and external contacts, such as
employees of other health care institutions, community providers
and agencies, concerning the health care of the patient. Also
interacts with physician's offices in order to report, ask for or
clarify information. Prioritizes data from multiple sources to
provide support for the response of the patient and or family to
changes in health status.
High school diploma/GED or equivalent working knowledge.
Knowledge as normally obtained through graduation from an
Accredited Medical Assisting Program. Completion of an approved
medical assistant training program as defined by state
Medical Assistant Certification is required. If certification is
not in hand at the time of hire, individuals will have 6 months
from the date of hire to obtain certification. BLS certification
Requires strong computer skills, including the ability to work
with medical software. Requires exceptional interpersonal and
communication skills. Requires the ability to manage multiple
changing priorities in an effective and organized fashion
Experience with office medical procedures and treatments and
knowledge of insurance, managed care operations, EMR and scheduling
Additional related education and/or experience preferred.