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Medical Assistant (Full-time) - Quality Clinical Coordinator (Boulder, CO)

Company: Boulder Medical Center
Location: Boulder
Posted on: May 27, 2023

Job Description:

Job Description
Do you enjoy working with friendly and helpful people in a positive work environment? Are you ready to embrace a career that offers a variety of learning opportunities? Are you looking to make a positive impact on peoples' lives in our community?

Consider a career at Boulder Medical Center (BMC). We are 100% privately owned and Physician operated, we provide care in over 20 different specialties, have 90+ providers practicing today, we employ 325+ Healthcare Professionals, and we have locations through-out Boulder County, CO.


Boulder Medical Center (BMC) is currently seeking certified Medical Assistant (MA) candidates to join our team as a Quality Clinical Coordinator! This position is a job share working full-time 40 hours per week Monday - Friday,

Job Perks:

  • Full-time employees are eligible for medical / dental / vision, flexible spending, company-paid life insurance and Short Term Disability (STD) as well as several voluntary benefit options, RTD EcoPass, 401(k), Paid Time Off (PTO) and six (6) paid holidays annually.
  • Part-time employees are eligible for medical / dental / vision, company-paid life insurance, voluntary benefits, RTD EcoPass, 401(k), and holiday pay (if regularly scheduled to work on an observed holiday).
  • Day shift schedules are Monday through Friday. There are occasional voluntary four (4) hour shifts on Saturday mornings from 8 am - 12 pm for several primary clinics (Family Medicine and Pediatrics).
  • Experience working in both primary care and specialty care clinics. Job Duties:
    • Coordinates healthcare services for patients through assessment of their chronic conditions and/or other health care needs.
    • Utilizes data provided by Quality Program Coordinator from Population Management using both registry functionality within EHR as well as reports from Clinical Quality Metrics and Payer Reports in order to identify gaps in care around evidence-based guidelines. Utilizes this information to address care opportunities and suggests adjustments in internal workflow to improve patient health outcomes.
    • Comprehends transition of care and medication reconciliation.
    • Assists providers and quality team in meeting utilization goals by tracking and following up after ER visits, specialty consults, and diagnostic testing.
    • Collaborates with all members of the healthcare team to include the patient, members of the interdisciplinary care team, the patient's family, and the physicians in the clinic.
    • Supports the Primary Care Physician (PCP) with care huddles, and monitoring patients between visits.
    • Expand BMC involvement in the medical neighborhood; makes connections with community services and resources, and develops care compacts with appropriate specialists and health care entities (hospitals/urgent cares).
    • Assists in the development of departmental policies and procedures, including assessment techniques to evaluate and track patient outcomes.
    • Documents care coordination activities in appropriate module database (NextGen, etc.) to ensure proper metric and quality tracking. Experience and Skills
      • Must have exceptional interpersonal and communication skills to support the development of exceptional working relationships with patients, their dependents and healthcare providers.
      • Relies on experience and judgment to plan and accomplish goals
      • Performs a variety of tasks that require a degree of creativity and latitude
      • Must have a proven commitment to customers that continually focuses on improvement and enhancement to the service delivery process.
      • Must possess analytical and computer skills with proficiency in computer and Electronic Health Record systems (EHR) such as MS Office products and NextGen.
      • Must be well-versed in all areas of state and federal regulations regarding HIPAA. Education:
        • Completion of a Medical Assistant (MA) education program.
        • Active EMT and / or Surgical Tech certification are acceptable credentials to substitute Medical Assistant (MA) education.
        • Completion of a bachelor's degree with an concentration in science / health sciences are acceptable credentials to substitute Medical Assistant (MA) education. Applicant(s) must submit unofficial college transcripts for Medical Assistant (MA) job placement approval.
        • Previous experience in facilitating quality programs in a healthcare environment, preferred. Previous Experience:
          • Previous experience as a Medical Assistant (MA) in a clinic setting, preferred.
          • Must be familiar with standard concepts, practices and procedure within a particular field. Salary Range:
            • $18.36 - 23.50/hour; depending on experience Location:
              • Boulder, CO

                Job Benefits

                In addition, part-time and full-time employees are eligible to participate in a comprehensive benefit package that includes medical, dental, company-paid life insurance, flexible spending accounts, 401(k), and a variety of voluntary benefits. Full-time employees are also eligible for an RTD Eco-pass, Paid Time Off (PTO) and Extended Illness time.

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