Ambulance Attendant Job Description Sample
Ambulance Driver- Prn/Standby
POSITION SUMMARY: Knowledgeable of State Road laws and aware of speed limits, visibility and road conditions at all times.
Drivers must have a valid chauffeur's license in the State of Iowa and have/maintain a good driving record. ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS/DETAILED DUTIES:Ensures the safety of the patient, the attendant, and the public. Demonstrates an awareness of road safety requirements, as well as the specific tasks that are assigned to the ambulance driver.Remains knowledgeable of the State Road laws and is always aware of speed limits, visibility and road conditions.Utilizes lights and siren when needed.
Always uses seat belts and demonstrates road courtesy, but drives defensively.Always uses correct radio procedures including reporting actions to dispatcher and asking for traffic control if and when an emergency call is in progress.Assists attendant in a professional manner in retrieving needed equipment and providing patient care to save life and limb.Is fully knowledgeable of geographic area within six months of employment. Knows locations of towns/villages, knows local landmarks and is familiar with housing and business layout of communities.Completes annual review of Emergency Vehicle Operations driving policy.Completes annual review of Iowa laws regarding emergency vehicle operations. POSITION QUALIFICATIONS:Current First Responder certification from the State of Iowa.BLS (CPR) certified or obtained within 3 months of employment.Valid chauffeurs license in the State of Iowa.Current AED training.For more information, or to apply now, you must go to the website below. Please DO NOT email your resume to us as we only accept applications through our website.https://www.applicantpro.com/j/664148-137677
Ambulance Accounts Specialist (As Needed)
The Ambulance Account Specialist is responsible for verifying all demographic and insurance information for accuracy and completeness of each bill, obtain any missing information, and correct any incorrect information, charge validation and usage of approved ICD9 (ICD10) and HCPCS Coding standards for coding. She/he is also responsible for reviewing ambulance trip reports to determine medical necessity and to assign the appropriate level of care. This also includes fulfilling assigned duties and responsibilities for the timely and accurate submission of all ambulance runs in order to process third party claims and patient bills.
Take necessary steps to obtain demographic and insurance information.
Verifies all demographic and insurance information is complete and accurate for each bill and obtain any missing information.
Utilize various electronic verification systems, Availity, Medicaid, United HealthCare Online, ZirMed, and other internet based sites.
Review complete medical record to assign appropriate ICD9 (ICD10) and HCPCS codes based upon the documentation of services provided to the patient.
Review complete medical record to determine medical necessity of the transport and assures compliance with all Federal, State and Local Rules and Regulations for billing ambulance services.
Assigns appropriate modifiers
Reviews incomplete EPCRs for deficiencies and assigns to appropriate ambulance supervisor/manager for follow-up and completion. Immediately reports quality and documentation issues to appropriate ambulance supervisor/manager.
Assists with medical record insufficiencies in order to appeal denied claims, justifying reasoning for codes used and correcting as necessary.
Keeps up to date on all insurance laws and procedures (i.e. state specific/government programs, Medicare, Medicaid, Private and commercial payors) to insure that billing and collection practices are legal.
Answers telephone and provides customer service.
Contacts customers and third party payors to request payment for services rendered.
Receives returned mail and identifies correct and current addresses through phone calls and computer queries.
Fill in for other positions as requested
Ability to Pre-Bill 4-DOS per 1-business day while maintaining all other duties
Ability to Pre-Bill/Bill a minimum of 44 calls per 1-business day while maintaining all other duties.
Ability to Bill 70-100 calls per 1-business day while maintaining all other duties
All other reasonable tasks assigned by the CFSM and/or the CFO. This is NOT a full-time position
Automotive - Ambulance Mechanic
Busy emergency vehicle repair facility is looking for professional, experienced and pride driven emergency vehicle (ambulance) technicians with diesel experience in Ford Power Stroke diesel and Duramax diesel. Salary, work related travel expenses and benefit level dependent on experience and drive to excel. Working environment is fast paced, dealer level and steady. Applicant will be working with OEM tooling and software on vehicles all manufacturers of ambulance. Applicants will be performing electronically driven PM (Preventative Maintenance) sheets and all aspects of ambulance repair. We are currently taking applications for emergency vehicle that have a clean driver's license (CDL not necessary), sufficient tools to accomplish repairs and are team players. All large shop tools are purchased by shop for company use and inventoried in tool cribs. We serve over 9200 customers, 30 warranty companies and have been in business for 35 years, we're not going anywhere and were looking for the right people to work with us for the long haul. General hours are Monday to Friday 7AM-5PM and Saturday 7AM to 12 NOON so there is plenty of overtime to offer...We offer paid in house and classroom training with paid expenses.
Requirements Technicians applying for emergency vehicle positions MUST have a clean and valid driver's license, Sufficient hand tools to accomplish repairs, work clean, work promptly, work professional, be able to perform very basic technician paperwork, be a team player, maintain clean professional appearance and more over work safely. Technicians must be able to navigate windows based computers for web based service information retrieval, MUST be able to read/understand wiring diagrams and use OEM software use on laptops or hand held units to diagnose repairs. Technicians showing ambition to excel must be able to travel (expenses paid) to training centers (most local-within 75 miles) and be able to complete classroom training in a professional manner ( usually most not more than 5 days). Technicians applying are required to have 1 or more years working on emergency vehicles and may be tested for abilities. This position requires full range of body motion, be able to climb, reach and occasionally as needed be able to lift 50LBS or more.
Supervisor Ambulance Service Billing
Requisition Number 17-1955 Post Date 9/20/2017 Title Supervisor Ambulance Service Billing Department Medical Trans Billing Job Group Managers & Executives Employment Type Full Time (Regular) Hours Per Pay Period 80 Shift Days Shift Length 8 Hours Mandatory Call Requirement None Mandatory Wknd Requirement None City Brooklyn Center State MN Description The Supervisor of Ambulance Billing supervises the day-to-day functions of the North Ambulance billing component including: insurance verification, coding, billing, cash application and collections of accounts, employee work flow and monitor compliance to federal and state rules and regulations as they apply to ambulance billing. They also act as a system administrator for applicable billing programs within Ambulance Services.
As a supervisor, they supervise billing staff, provide direction and support and monitor productivity levels: Participates in the hiring process, orient and train new and current staff, performs employee performance reviews and assists with formal improvement process, monitors productivity levels and quality control of work produced by staff, maintains staff schedules, authorization of overtime, and monitors and edits staff timecards, act as liaison with IT Department and software vendors, working with the billing software vendors on upgrades, problem resolution and enhancement. Maintains technical expertise in medical billing procedures/compliance issues, commercial and private pay and HMO/PPO billing procedures.
Reviews bad debt accounts for agency placement: monitors the recovery of receivables and days outstanding, liaison between Communication Center, Billing, and out state operations, reviews and updates the compliance manual, participates in internal compliance audits. Processes financial data, assisting with operational and capital budget for medical billing cost center: performs month end process and prepares and distributes financial data. Serves as a resource to Ambulance Department and Business Office: maintains interaction with North Memorial Business Office, remaining consistent with North Memorial billing and collection procedures, assists management in compiling necessary A/R data.
As a system administrator, the Supervisor with ePCR systems, ESO Billing System, ZirMed Clearinghouse, LexisNexis, Ability, APEX Invoice processing, Secure Bill Pay, and various insurance websites. Requirements Education • Associate's or Bachelor's degree in Business or 5 years of medical billing experience in a hospital/clinic facility required. Experience • Minimum five years’ experience in medical billing supervision. • Minimum three years’ experience in federal and state compliance mandate • Demonstrated Total quality Management, leadership, communication, organizational and management skills. Knowledge, Skills and Abilities • Knowledge and understanding of medical terminology and ICD diagnostic coding • PC proficiency with Excel and Microsoft Word for Windows software
Ambulance And Chair Car Medical Insurance Verifier
Job Description: s:Cataldo Ambulance Service, Inc. is currently seeking a dependable professional to join our team as a part-time Medical Insurance Verifier. Responsibilities will include but notlimited to performing the appropriate procedures to verify patient eligibility, coordination of benefits, and determine patient coverage/responsibility for services. Candidates must have knowledge of Third Party Insurance and calling on private paying patients and medical facilities. Bilingual in Spanish a plus. Job ResponsibilitiesUtilizes all available resources to obtain and enter insurance coverage information for transportation services into patient’s file.Verifies patient insurance coverage as it relates to ambulance and chair car services.Facilitates and completes the Prior Authorization process with insurance companies and practitioner offices. (as needed)Notifies patients, physicians, practitioners and/or clinics of any financial responsibility of services provided and requested services that are not provided by the facility.Manages inbound calls from patients, clients, physicians, practitioners and clinics regarding inquiries about services provided, financial responsibility and insurance coverage.Performs other related duties as assigned.Experience in providing customer service to internal and external customers, including meeting quality standards for services, and evaluation of customer satisfaction.Experience entering data into databases (ex: MS Excel,).Typing skills of a minimum 70 words per minute.Basic Internet Explorer skills experience to include opening a browser, typing in URLs in the correct location, using a search engine, bookmarking a site, navigating using back/forward/stop buttons, and filling out forms online.Basic level PC skills experience (for example: start up and shut down computer, use mouse to point and click, start and close programs, switch between programs, save files, print documents, access information on-line, etc.).Required Experience:
-Ability to maintain complete discretion and patient confidentiality
Must be extremely organized and able to multi-task
Intermediate to advanced knowledge of computer billing systems
Intermediate to advanced skills with online insurance clearinghouses
Strong work ethic and dependability
HS Diploma or GED -At least 1 year experience customer service experience At least 1 year experience in communicating both verbally (on phone, one-on-one, to groups) and in writing (emails, letters, reports, presentations) to various audiences (work group, team, company management,).Basic level skill experience in the Microsoft Office package: Word (creating documents, entering and formatting text, page layouts, creating tables, and adding graphics), Excel (creating worksheets, entering data, creating basic formulas, working with cells and rows) and PowerPoint (creating a new presentation
-Previous Chair Car/Ambulance billing experience a plus-1 year experience working in a health care business office Shift: Monday through Thursday nights and weekend days
Flexible hours available 3PM-9PM Monday to Thursday and Saturday 10AM-3PMKeyword: medical biller, insurance verification, ambulance
From: Cataldo Ambulance Service Inc
Summary/Objective The ambulance driver answer emergency calls to provide efficient and immediate response to ill and injured patients. After receiving notification of an emergency, the Driver safely responds to the address or location given, using the most expeditious route, depending on traffic and weather conditions. The Driver must observe traffic ordinances and regulations concerning emergency vehicle operation. ADA: (American Disabilities Act) Incidence Percentage of Time Spent Lifting 125# High (50%-75%) Standing Medium (25%-50%) Sitting High (50%-75%) Walking Medium (25%-50%) Essential Functions Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
Possess good verbal communication skills
Interact professionally with other health care personnel
Interact professionally with disabled, disadvantaged, sick and injured persons
Cleans all equipment following appropriate disinfecting procedures, including inside & outside of vehicles
Restocks and replace used linens, blankets and other supplies
Complete daily vehicle inspection and makes careful check of all equipment so that the Ambulance is ready for the next run
Maintains Ambulance in efficient operating condition
Keep clean and neat at all time
Wear company issued uniforms while on duty; additionally, be responsible for the maintenance and cleaning of uniforms
Secures all passengers in van per the Company Passenger Securement Policy
Responsible for safe loading/unloading of all passengers
Responsible for safe operation of vehicle in all environmental and traffic conditions
Understands basic medical-legal principles & terminology
Ensures all reports, letters, and documentation are accurate and completed in timely fashion Competencies
Knowledge of geographical area or use of GPS device
Current & valid state driver’s license
Three years of driving experience
Medical terminology Work Environment
The employee is occasionally exposed to a variety of weather conditions.
Majority of employee’s time is spent driving a company vehicle.
Traveling to and from health care facilities, private residences and local EMS stations Physical Demands
Must possess physical agility necessary to lift and move patients safely
Bending, sitting, kneeling, lifting and driving
Must safely be able to move patients from beds & chairs on to stretcher
Must safely be able to place stretcher into ambulance, making sure it is secured Position Type/Expected Hours of Work Full & Part time positions are offered, length of shift is dependent upon location. Travel Traveling from location to location. No overnight travel required. Required Education and Experience
High school diploma + 3 years driving experience Preferred Education and Experience
Familiarization of geographical area and use of maps or GPS devises
Current CPR training or must successfully complete, within 30 days of employment
Current First Aid training or must successfully complete within 30 days of employment Additional Eligibility Requirements
Current & valid state driver’s license
Must pass company provided PCP physical capacity profile exam (post offer, pre- employment) & Drug Screen
Meet company policy MVR criteria
Must successfully complete company sponsored EVOC Other Duties Please note this job description is not designed to cover or contain a comprehensive listing of actives, duties or responsibilities that are required of the employee for this job. Duties, responsibilities and activities may change at any time with or without notice. Supervisory Responsibilities Reports to: Station Supervisor/Manager Position oversees: N/A
Paramedic Ambulance Mercy Health
Paramedic Ambulance Mercy Health
Job ID: 4655331
November 1, 2017
Lima, OH, United States
Department: LACP - Ambulance Full/Part Time: Full-Time
Standard Hours: 44
Job Summary Responds to calls, performs endotracheal intubation, cardiac monitoring, patient assessment and triage airway and ventilation, IV therapy, defibrillation. Administers medications as appropriate.
Essential Duties and
Responds to calls Perform endotracheal intubation Administer medications Performs cardiac monitoring Perform patient assessment and triage - airway and ventilation Perform IV therapy Perform basic life support Apply bandages and splints Perform defibrillation Assess the medical situation Extricate the patient and prepare him or her for transport Provides proper care and appropriate communication enroute Provides safe and efficient transport Maintain proper reports and records Care for the vehicle and equipment Maintains confidentiality and actively supports patient/family rights. Serves as a patient advocate.
Practices Mercy Core Values - EXCELLENCE, HUMAN DIGNITY, JUSTICE, MERCY, SACREDNESS OF LIFE and SERVICES Performs other duties as assigned. Qualifications - Minimum To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
Paramedic Certification, Driver’s License Employee must have very strong communication skills. Employee must be able give directions clearly. Ability to read, analyze and interpret professional journals, technical procedures or governmental regulations. Ability to document data collections and observations.
Hours Hours per pay period: 88 Hours: 3:00pm to 3:00am Rotating holidays and weekends.
Shift and Job Schedule Job Shift: Nights, Job Schedule: Full-Time
Equal Employment Opportunity It is our policy to abide by all Federal and State laws, as well as, the requirements of 41 CFR 60-1.4(a), 60-300.5(a) and 60-741.5(a), prohibiting discrimination against qualified individuals based on their status as protected veterans or individuals with disabilities, and prohibiting discrimination against all individuals based on their race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, or national origin.
Nurse - Critical Care Team - Ground Ambulance
Critical Care Team
Ground Ambulance Location: US-CA-Bakersfield
Ambulance Dispatcher - Sign-On Bonus
LIBERTY AMBULANCE is built on a foundation of respect, safety, and integrity. We are an organization of professionals focused on these basic principles to drive our business and stay connected. We care deeply about setting high standards and reaching those goals; it's how we build relationships with our staff and our community. Liberty Ambulance partners with the largest healthcare organizations in Los Angeles and Orange County by providing ALS, BLS, and Critical Care services. It’s the support and trust in our employees that translates to compassionate care in the lives of the people we touch. We want quality professionals to join our EMS family to better the lives of our customers, crew members, and communities. People wishing to join our team must show a professional commitment to duty, the ability to operate always with safety in mind, and be willing to help others just as you would take care of your own family members. STARTING PAY $16-$18 PER HOUR SIGN-ON BONUS UP TO 1000 REFERRAL BONUS UP TO $1000 WHAT WE OFFER + 10 hour shifts
Full-time working 4 days per week
Overtime pay after 8 hours
Most paid time off offered in the industry--up to 5 weeks per year beginning the first year
Paid Training BENEFITS
PTO--up to 5 weeks your first year DESCRIPTION Personnel in this position are directly responsible for properly deploying and monitoring the status and locations of all on-duty units. These individuals must use approved System Status Management techniques which ensures the efficient and appropriate use of those resources. Controllers serve as the first contact with callers and, therefore, will often be called upon to calm and direct the actions of lay persons, prior to the arrival of EMS personnel. Controllers must have intricate knowledge of the service area in order to ensure deployment of appropriate units and to provide direction to ambulance personnel. Due to the job being time driven applicants must possess the innate ability to perform several tasks at one time while maintaining a high level of accuracy. REQUIREMENTS
High school diploma or GED
Maintain, on file, one of the following current and valid certifications: California State EMT, NAED EMD, or NAED ETC
Ability to prioritize multiple tasks; ability to work independently and as a team member.
Ability to employ discretion and confidentiality in sensitive areas.
Ability to read, interpret, and follow instructions in memos, letters and various documents.
Regular and predictable attendance.
Minimum 6 months experience with RightCAD procedures and techniques.
Thorough geographic knowledge of service areas.
Effective written and oral communications skills.
Effective interpersonal skills.
Ability to read, write, and speak English fluently.
Correct English usage, spelling, grammar, and punctuation.
Radio communication skills.
Speak clearly and concisely in an understandable voice via radio, telephone, and in person.
Must be able to pass a drug test and pass a criminal and civil court record check. ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
Performs all duties and functions of the Communications Center.
Demonstrates ability to type 35 words per minute.
Answers incoming administrative, non-emergency and emergency telephone lines in a courteous and professional manner.
Receives incoming calls, promptly ascertains proper levels of response, and allocates resources to match dynamic system demands.
Triages calls and enters accurate data into dispatch computer.
Enter all information in the appropriate fields of the CAD while paying special attention to business names, apartment names, apartment/suite number, gate codes, patient location, instructions to access the patient, and most importantly crew safety information
Interact with field units professionally over the phone and radio using proper etiquette and utilizing excellent customer service skills.
Familiar with response policies of client cities and the ability to interact with them professionally.
Monitor all radio traffic while simultaneously listening in the room for pre-alerts to incoming calls, pre-alerting units and putting units promptly on scene to maintain system compliance.
Constantly monitoring the system ensuring units are en route to post moves in a timely fashion and making sure other units are within an acceptable distance from post.
Give appropriate routing to units when needed. Have knowledge of how to get this information.
Identify and report field performance concerns to the Operations Manager.
Maintain knowledge of current or updated policies and procedures.
Controls radio traffic, dispatches waiting calls within 30 seconds.
Familiarize self with various group pages and use accordingly.
Manages System Status Plan and utilizes available units promptly to maintain the plan.
Maintains accurate status of field units.
Demonstrates working knowledge of CAD codes and functions.
Demonstrates knowledge of policies and procedures of the Communications Center.
Assists with routine maintenance of the Communication Center.
Provides pertinent and necessary info. to responding crew, such as necessary supports, cross streets, nature of call, etc.
Investigates and reports all time exceptions.
Updates system as trip progresses, adding mileage, diversions, problems encountered, etc.
Completes and submits daily status reports, including response time exceptions, response compliance, and unusual incidents, i.e. complaints, accidents, injuries, call-offs, etc.
Demonstrates ability to interact cooperatively with peers, supervisor, and other company personnel.
Assists with the training of new Controllers and Call Takers as directed by the Lead Controller and/or Communications Center Supervisor.
Demonstrates thorough geographic knowledge of all company service areas.
Dispatches Code 3 calls within 30 seconds.
Demonstrates accurate recording of unit status.
Demonstrates accurate and complete triage information in note field of call.
Demonstrates ability to properly cancel a previously scheduled trip.
Communicates activities of the shift to ensure smooth transition between shifts and to increase awareness of problems and concerns as they arise.
Night controllers shall accurately complete daily reports as assigned, and empty trash from file room, sink area, rest rooms, and dispatch and place in outside dumpster.
Track all turned down trips on appropriate form.
Advise appropriate management when supply of daily forms is running low.
Maintains a clear work area.
Adapt procedures accordingly following equipment or system failure.
Log in daily report book patients known to be in the hospital, having passed away (remove from on-going scheduled trips), and any other pertinent information. Read daily prior to the start of shift for any new items since last shift worked.
Document all crew changes and times crews go out of service on daily crew roster, and update crews and/or units in computer.
Performs other related tasks and duties as assigned.
Communications Center is staffed 24 / 7. May be necessary to work day, evening, weekend, holiday shifts, and may be called back or held over to maintain staffing levels. Controller/dispatcher is to be clocked in, in their seat at the work station, ready to take over at the appointed start time for their shift.
Must have the ability to perform the essential functions of this position with or without reasonable accommodations.
Completely and accurately fill out insurance pre-authorization form, as needed.
Monitor medical alarms and follow proper procedures for making contact(s). STRESS FACTORS:
Occasionally: Fatigue, boredom
Frequently: Intense tasks
Constantly: Repetitive tasks, high-pressure, high call volume, life and death. WORK ENVIRONMENT:
Occasionally: Periods of high stress
Constantly: Works with and around others, face-to-face and verbal contact with others, shift work, extended day, inside, temperature changes, noise, and electrical equipment. MENTAL REQUIREMENTS:
Occasionally: Complex writing
Frequently: Complex reading, clerical
Constantly: Simple reading and writing, memorization, analyzing, perception/computation, problem solving, simple math skills, judgment, erasing, and decision-making. PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS - Typically involve, but are not limited to: Hearing and Speaking:
Hear, understand and respond to verbal information in person, by phone and by radio, including difficult to understand callers, and over background noise
Speak clearly and concisely in English
Hear, understand and respond using radio transmitters and receivers, radio consoles, telephone / radio headsets, multi-line telephone systems, and complex communications equipment Seeing and Reading:
See, read and understand written information and instructions in all forms, including handwritten, hard copy or electronic communications formats
See and use all related communications equipment including radio transmitters and receivers, radio consoles, telephones/radio headsets, multi-line telephone systems, computer consoles, and data communications terminals
See color differentiation as necessary to distinguish color variations on maps, computer screens and radio consoles Mental Acuity and alertness:
Understand, respond to, and apply complex concepts, information, and instructions including policies, procedures, laws, and regulations
Engage in frequent interpersonal interactions that are stressful or sensitive in nature
Handle difficult interpersonal interactions and complaints with tact and diplomacy
Manage and accomplish multiple priorities and diverse r4esponsibilities with a high level of accuracy
Think quickly, calmly, and clearly in emergency situations and apply judgment, discretion, and initiative in accomplishing work
Work under pressure, exercise good judgment, and make sound decisions in emergency situations
Maintain composure, alertness and concentration while working for extended periods of time Manual dexterity and typing:
Extensive use of computers, keyboards, office equipment and similar specialized technical and electronic equipment commonly found in communication centers
Performing multiple tasks requiring manual dexterity at the same time
Write legibly Physical dexterity:
Sit for extended periods of time; stand or walk as necessary
Sit for extended periods of time particularly during high stress situations
Stretch, reach, or lift objects or materials that may be up to 10 pounds in weight Reasonable accommodations may be made where possible to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
Marketing / Flight Coordinator For An Air Ambulance Company
We are seeking a Marketing / Flight Coordinator for our Houston Based Dispatch Center to join our team! If you know your marketing in the healthcare environment, Air Ambulance 1 is the place for you.
Additionally to this responsibilities if you are a Nurse or a Paramedic you can also get on flights and visit places in the world while working.
You will be responsible for gathering and analyzing key market information, as well as identifying areas of improvement to increase company revenue and brand.
Nurse or Paramedic is a plus!
- Develop a System for Online and Personal Marketing
- Quote, Book & Coordinate Air Ambulance flights worldwide
- Conduct market research to determine potential of products and services
- Perform analysis of market strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats
- Development and implement innovative marketing campaigns
- Translate complex data into simple graphs and text
- Compile and present data for other departments
- At least a 2 year experiance in the medical field
- Spanish as a Second Language
- Excel, Word and Powerpoint Professional Level
- At Least 3 Years Experience in Marketing
- Bachelor Degree
- Previous experience in market research or other related fields
- Familiarity with quantitative and qualitative data collection
- Strong analytical and critical thinking skills
- Strong communication and presentation skills
- Ability to work well in teams
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