Full-Time Medical Administrative Assistant – Al Udeid
We are now seeking a seasoned Healthcare Administrator to join our community. At a minimum, the ideal applicant will have three years of experience. Additionally, they will have a track record of great survey results, long tenure, and a commitment to provide exceptional care and customer service to residents. The Healthcare Administrator is accountable for the day-to-day operations of the Healthcare Center in line with relevant business, federal, state, and local regulations in order to guarantee that residents get the greatest quality care and customer service at all times.
Job Title : Medical Administrative Assistant
Location : Al Udeid, Eastern Province, Saudi Arabia
Salary : $ 27.49 per hour.
Company : Internship USA / IIEEX
Job Type : Full-Time
- Personnel, revenue, and/or costs are budgeted and adhered to in accordance with the department’s policies and procedures. Responds to changes inside the organization that might put the company’s ability to accomplish budget goals in jeopardy.
- Ensures that residents are receiving the best possible care at all times by collaborating with other department managers in the community.
- Directs reports in completing work plans and achieving long and short-term goals. Changes to supporting processes and systems, as well as infrastructure at the site level. The site’s objectives have been executed and finished.
- Initiates and oversees the implementation of programs and activities for the residents of the healthcare facility. He is in charge of overseeing junior supervisors, as well as extra workers and volunteers, at the Healthcare Center.
- Daily rounding should be visible and present in order to facilitate patient flow and patient and provider satisfaction. Available for rapid and prompt reaction to everyday workflow bottlenecks or difficulties. Create a personnel strategy that addresses both consumer expectations and cost restrictions. Create a climate in which employee participation and feedback promotes good transformation.
- Respond to patient complaints; assess and decide if the complaint should be escalated based on the scenario, possible danger, effective resolution, and clinical care concerns, among other factors.
- Employee recruiting and training is made easier with tools that make it easier for managers to do anything from administering performance evaluations to enforcing workplace rules to dealing with employee issues.
- Establishes and maintains a cooperative, trusting relationship with providers by routinely interacting and collaborating with physicians/providers to give guidance and monitoring of effective scheduling, efficient clinic work flow, and patient flow.
- Be mindful of the rights of patients and residents to be treated fairly and equally, as well as their rights to self-determination and the opportunity to register pay complaints.
- Individual(s) are managed in a variety of ways, including, but not limited to, hiring, training, assigning work, managing and evaluating performance, and carrying out professional development plans. Ensures that the group’s productivity and activities meet/support the department’s overall operational objectives as specified by department leadership.
- Ability to work effectively with others and supervise them is required.
- A bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university in health care administration, business administration, or a related field is strongly preferred.
- Must possess the ability to deal tactfully with personnel, residents/patients, family members, visitors, government agencies/personnel and the general public.
- Must have a working understanding of all relevant state and federal regulations (including those governing Medicare reimbursement), nursing practices and procedures, and all applicable laws, regulations, and policies governing long-term care administration.
- Two (2) or more years of similar experience (administration of healthcare and/or resident services)