Serves as a Lead Advanced Medical Support Assistant (Lead MSA) in a VISN Clinical Contact Center (CCC) as part of an interprofessional healthcare team. Lead MSA provides support across multiple ancillary and interprofessional clinics and determines the needs of the Veteran/caregiver. The lead MSA is responsible for routing clinical questions to appropriate clinical staff. The lead MSA plays an integral role in achieving first-contact resolution through Veteran-centered delivery of care.Learn more about this agency
Duties include but are not limited to:
- Responsible for the coordination of MSA assignments and workflow found in an interprofessional coordinated care delivery model.
- Responsible for daily workload assessments, assigning work assignments; assuring proper staffing coverage; evaluating training records; and determining training needs of MSAs to provide support across interprofessional settings.
- Assists the unit with complex and non-standard procedures, including clinical flow process related to access to care across multiple clinics, specialties and/or community resources.
- Works collaboratively with VISN programs, services, and interprofessional coordinated care team members to provide access to care and meet the needs of Veterans via various available contact modalities to include but not limited to telephone calls, secure messaging, chat, text messaging and video.
- Monitors and makes work assignments, provides input on performance, resolves daily workplace issues and maintains efficient workflow.
- Assignments at this level include but are not limited to: assuring coverage of all areas of work, ensuring accurate and timely scheduling of appointments, providing guidance to staff members, to include changes impolicies and procedures; distributing and balancing workload; creating and maintaining employee work schedules; orienting and providing on-the-job training for new and current employees; ensuring all training requirements are met; organizing the work structure of assigned areas' and acting as a liaison between MSA and staff to resolve day to day conflicts.
- Other assignments at this level include, but are not limited to: scheduling, canceling, re-scheduling patient appointments and/or consults; entering no-show information; monitoring appointment requests from multiple electronic sources; gathering and obtaining medical information from patients; processing medication refill requests; reviewing electronic health record, obtaining medical records, faxing, participating in huddles with other MSAs and/or VISN CCC staff to determine the daily needs of the VISN CCC, monitoring outpatient appointments in areas of responsibility; and verifying and updating demographics when contacted by patients. Manages patient systems to verify and validate accuracy and resolve issues; evaluates patient information and clinic schedule lists to determine whether the patient requires an immediate appointment; informs interprofessional team members about shared patients (i.e.)., those who receive their care at multiple VA centers or those who receive care in the community.
Financial Disclosure Report: Not required
Occasional travel - You may be expected to travel for this position.
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