Admissions Manager

Admissions Manager

Faculty/Department: UCSI Hospital

You will be tasked with overseeing every aspect of the patient admissions process to improve revenue, the quality of patient care and department support while managing admission department nurses and staff. You’ll work closely with nursing staff, patients and doctors to make the admissions and transfer process more efficient.

  • Participate in recruiting, training, mentoring, coaching and management of new and current admissions nursing staff, while enforcing policies and proper protocol
  • Ensures patients are admitted in accordance with hospital policies and procedures
  • Provides case management services
  • Develops and achieves departmental goals and objectives by gathering patient, demographic, insurance and financial information
  • Prepares budgets to enable admissions department to meet financial goals, keeps track of expenditure and beds and enforces corrective action when necessary
  • Manages bed availability and occupancy to maximize bed occupancy and patient traffic according to hospital and federal regulations and guidelines
  • Reduces admissions conflicts and discrepancies by collaborating with physicians and assigns beds according to priority
  • Performs regular audits to ensure proper handling and accuracy of all patient data to ensure revenue for hospital
  • Communicates with patients, their families, proxies and admitting staff to ensure rules, regulations and procedures are followed
  • Improves delivery of patient care by integrating admissions procedures with other care staff, including working with various hospital departments
  • Adheres to and upholds healthcare standards (local, state, federal policies) to protect the organization
  • Continuously works to achieve hospital goals. Accepts ownership for actions and decisions, accomplishments and actively explores new opportunities on the job to enhance skills and knowledge

  • Bachelor’s Degree in related field
  • Minimum of 5-7 years management experience in a healthcare setting
  • Thorough understanding of healthcare standards
  • Excellent multitasking and critical thinking skills

Deadline: 31-Dec-2020
Last Update: 13-Feb-2020