Modality Quality Specialist - General RadiologyJob ID 315832 Date posted 09/12/2023
- Rochester, MN
- Full Time
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Works in collaboration with physicians, medical physics and modality leaders in the modification and testing of acquisition protocols. Responsible for the distribution, maintenance and training of acquisition protocols. Support investigation and resolution of image artifacts produced by acquisition protocols, image reconstruction or post processing algorithms.
Works in collaboration with revenue cycle to train modality personnel in ordering, scheduling, performing and billing processes and procedures to ensure accurate and complete charge capture. Collaborate with revenue cycle, operations management and radiologists to enhance order and billing accuracy. Participate in Department review of changes to billing practices and requirements. Regularly audit and correct as necessary scheduled exams or acquisition protocols for accuracy.
Participate in modality continuous improvement activities that improve patient experience, reduce waste, or improve operational effectiveness and efficiency. Responsible for development of standard work related to position responsibilities.
Works in collaboration with Radiology Education to develop, maintain and deliver educational content related to position responsibilities.
Contributes, maintains, and improves service to customers. Highly organized, efficient, and able to work independently, exercising strong decision-making skills. Develops and maintains procedure manual updates and compliance.
Practices safety guidelines for themselves, modality personnel and patients. Fosters teamwork through effective communication. Ability to work varied hours and shift lengths to accomplish tasks, which may include day, evening or weekend work hours.
Must be a graduate of an ARRT approved or recognized Health Science program. Incumbents hired into the role prior to February 15, 2018 are required to meet the previous requirements of graduating from an accredited radiography, sonography or nuclear medicine program.
Five years modality specific Mayo Clinic experience preferred. Demonstrate flexibility in response to varying workloads required.
License or Certification
ARRT credentialed in one of the following: Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MR), Radiography (R), Nuclear Medicine Technology (N), Computed Tomography (CT), CNMT, or ARDMS. Annual documentation of technical certification required. Certified in Departmental directed life support education (BLS) within 90 days of employment.
$33.07 - $49.60/ hour
Monday through Friday, days
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