Imaging

Student X-ray Tech

Type: PRN
Education: Enrolled in an AMA approved School of Radiologic Technology and have started their second year classifying them as a Senior student. .
Hours: Varied
Experience: Clinical experience in a radiologic technology program.
Description:

This position is required to have indirect supervision during the assigned shift by a registered Radiologic Technologist. Student technologist is responsible for working directly with patients and assisting radiologists/R.P.A. while administering x-rays in the course of radiological examinations in concordance with physician orders. The student radiologic technologist shall be capable of operating radiologic equipment, perform a variety of radiological procedures, utilizes the PACS and RIS while providing patient care and patient safety as established by department standards. The student radiologic technologist is responsible for clearing all films with a registered Radiologic Technologist prior to submission to the Radiologists for interpretation. This position is responsible for performing a variety of basic clerical and housekeeping functions such as examination and work area cleaning, telephone communications, computer system data entry, information retrieval, (HIS, RIS, PACS), and infection control. Based upon documentation from their institution, the Student Radiologic Technologist shall be deemed competent in the following areas of general radiography, routine fluoroscopic procedures, emergent trauma radiography, radiographic technique formulation, radiographic quality control, and portable radiographic procedures. Student radiologic technologists exercise professional judgment and ethics while performing services in a demeanor complimentary to customer service, age specific criteria, safety and medical ethics. Other duties as assigned.

Registration Representative

Type: PRN
Education: GED or High School Diploma Required.
Hours: VARIED
Experience: At least 2 years experience in hospital registration setting, Radiology scheduling or pre-certification and CPT coding preferred. Must also meet Tier 3 performance metrics.
Description:

This position is responsible for serving as first impression of the hospital while initiating the registration processes in a professional and consistent manner by assuring prompt and proper treatment for all patients. This position will gather patient demographic and insurance information and perform certain functions on the front end of the registration process, which decreases the wait time for patients and hospital departments. This position may also be responsible for training and mentoring other team members, processing requests for images – both import and export, processing patient payments, when necessary, Imaging scheduling and possess knowledge on prior authorizations.

Other duties as assigned.

Imaging Scheduler

Type: PRN
Education: GED or High School Graduate Required. Additional education in business or medical field preferred.
Hours: VARIED
Experience: Previous experience in a medical setting involving clerical and basic medical terminology preferred. Able to provide precise secretarial assistance to customers, physicians, clinical coworkers and supervisors. Demonstrates ability to handle emergency situations in a prompt, precise and professional manner. Able to successfully operate office equipment and perform data entry tasks. Able to accomplish several tasks at a time. Has a grasp of root words in medical terminology. Able to work well under pressure of deadlines. Able to successfully interact with computers making use of software programs, data entry, archival and retrieval applications. Able to demonstrate the understanding of continuum of care, customer recovery, and advanced customer service.
Description:

This position is responsible for performing secretarial, clerical, communication, customer service, basic medical terminology, radiology scheduling, interacting directly with the radiologists and clinical Imaging staff. This position requires knowledge of the various Imaging exam preps and interactions involving order in which multiple exams need to be scheduled or which cannot be performed on same day. Personnel in this position must understand and operate information systems software including, but not limited to Order Management, Scheduling, Radiology, Electronic Medical Record, and Order Fax system. This position is also be responsible for exercising professional judgment while performing services in a demeanor complimentary to customer service and medical ethics. Other duties as assigned.

 

 

 

Patient Care Associate

Type: PRN
Education: A. High-school diploma (or GED). B. CPR certification preferred but not required for hire. CPR certification mandatory after 3 months. Classes available through CRMC at no charge to the employee.
Hours: VARIED
Experience: Some medical background preferable, but not necessary.
Skills: A. Able to Interact with the public in a pleasant, positive and courteous manner. B. Answers the telephone politely and obtains all necessary information. C. Able to provide assistance to physicians, technical workers and supervisors. D. Demonstrates ability to handle emergency situations in the prompt, precise and professional manner. E. Basic computer skills are necessary.
Description:

This position is responsible for escorting patients to and from The Imaging Center.  Additional duties include assisting the technical staff with those tasks, as assigned, associated with the daily operations of THE Imaging Center including a variety of basic clerical and housekeeping functions such as work area cleaning, telephone communications, computer system data entry, information retrieval, (HIS, RIS, PACS), and infection control.  Responsible for maintaining proper function of all equipment used while escorting patients (including, but not limited to, oxygen tanks, IV pumps, IV poles, wheelchairs, stretchers, patient beds).  Patient Care Associates exercise professional behavior and ethics while performing services in a demeanor complimentary to customer service, age specific criteria, safety and medical ethics.

Radiologic Tech

Type: PRN
Education: Associate Degree from an AMA approved school of Radiologic Technology and registered (or registry eligible) with the ARRT. The candidate must successfully pass the national registry test for radiologic technology within 12 months from the start of being registry eligible. Must be certified in Basic Life Support.
Hours: Varied
Experience: Two years of Clinical experience in an ARRT accredited radiologic technology program. Additional on the job experience is preferred.
Skills: Must be able to perform a variety of radiologic procedures, (general, fluoroscopy portable) in a variety of settings with high regard for patient care and quality of work. Must possess a basic working knowledge of equipment to perform radiologic procedures and ancillary functions. Must demonstrate ability to provide basic patient care as related to Radiology. Must possess exceptional customer service skills based upon the standards set at Cookeville Regional Medical Center
Description:

This new graduate/entry level position is responsible for working directly with patients and assisting radiologists and/or staff physicians while administering x-rays in the course of radiological examinations in concordance with physician orders. The radiologic technologist shall be capable of operating radiologic equipment, perform a variety of radiological procedures, operate the picture archiving system, use radiographic supplies including contrast while providing patient care and patient safety as established by department standards. This position is responsible for performing a variety of basic clerical and housekeeping functions such as examination and work area cleaning, telephone communications, computer system data entry, information retrieval (HIS, RIS, PACS), and infection control. The level I technologist shall be competent in the following areas: general radiography, routine fluoroscopy including barium studies, emergent trauma radiography, radiographic technique formulation, radiographic quality control and portable radiographic procedures. Level I technologists exercise professional judgment while performing services in a demeanor complimentary to customer service, age specific criteria, safety and medical ethics.

Type: FT
Education: Associate Degree from an AMA approved school of Radiologic Technology and registered (or registry eligible) with the ARRT. The candidate must successfully pass the national registry test for radiologic technology within 12 months from the start of being registry eligible. Must be certified in Basic Life Support.
Hours: VARIED
Experience: Two years of Clinical experience in an ARRT accredited radiologic technology program. Additional on the job experience is preferred.
Skills: Must be able to perform a variety of radiologic procedures, (general, fluoroscopy portable) in a variety of settings with high regard for patient care and quality of work. Must possess a basic working knowledge of equipment to perform radiologic procedures and ancillary functions. Must demonstrate ability to provide basic patient care as related to Radiology. Must possess exceptional customer service skills based upon the standards set at Cookeville Regional Medical Center
Description:

This new graduate/entry level position is responsible for working directly with patients and assisting radiologists and/or staff physicians while administering x-rays in the course of radiological examinations in concordance with physician orders. The radiologic technologist shall be capable of operating radiologic equipment, perform a variety of radiological procedures, operate the picture archiving system, use radiographic supplies including contrast while providing patient care and patient safety as established by department standards. This position is responsible for performing a variety of basic clerical and housekeeping functions such as examination and work area cleaning, telephone communications, computer system data entry, information retrieval (HIS, RIS, PACS), and infection control. The level I technologist shall be competent in the following areas: general radiography, routine fluoroscopy including barium studies, emergent trauma radiography, radiographic technique formulation, radiographic quality control and portable radiographic procedures. Level I technologists exercise professional judgment while performing services in a demeanor complimentary to customer service, age specific criteria, safety and medical ethics.