Demant

Patient Care Coordinator

Department Accuquest
Job Locations US-GA-Dunwoody
Job ID
2022-16812

Overview

Who WE Are:
HearingLife is a Demant company, a world-leading hearing healthcare group that offers solutions and
services to help people with hearing loss connect with the world around them. With over 600 locations
across the United States – HearingLife’s purpose is to make a life-changing difference for people with
hearing loss. Our innovative technologies and expertise help improve people’s health and hearing while
creating life-changing differences through hearing health.

Responsibilities

Who YOU Are:
You will act as the face of our retail clinics located around the country and in local communities. The
Patient Care Coordinator strives to ensure a positive patient experience and to help more people hear
better. In addition, the Patient Care Coordinator supports the clinic by helping to achieve revenue goals
by attracting new Patients, managing the administrative and operational functions and coordinating
Patient interactions and needs. Responsibilities
- Drive Patient appointment and clinic revenue generation by making outbound & follow up calls to
potential and existing patients
- Greet all patients and obtain potential referrals. Understand current marketing promotions.
- Data entry and appointment scheduling using company scheduling protocols and internal scheduling
database software.
- Keep our office patient ready by managing our office supply inventory per company approved lists
- Manage an accurate account of petty cash, bank deposits and credit transactions
- Maintain hearing aid inventory
- Work with patient directly to collect all insurance documentation and understand current HIPAA
laws.

Qualifications

We are Excited About You if:
You have exceptional professionalism and can clearly articulate with our patients in face to face, verbal
and written communications. This role is fast paced and requires you to have both a strong organization
and sales mindset. As the face of our office, you will need proactive customer service skills and the ability
to exhibit friendly and courteous behavior in all patient interactions.
- High School Diploma or equivalent; Associates degree preferred but not required
- Minimum of 1 year of previous front office, preferably in a customer service or sales setting
- Superior multi-tasking and time management discipline
- Ability to work independently and collaboratively with staff and support services
- Skilled in handling sensitive matters and patients with tact, courtesy, and discretion
- Technically savvy with computer and systems including intermediate knowledge of MS Office Suite
specifically word and excel
Benefits, 401K, and Paid Time Off package. In addition to onboarding we offer continuous learning and
development to support your HearingLife career
We are an Equal Opportunity / Affirmative Action employer, all qualified applicants will receive
consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sexual orientation, sex, national
origin, disability, or protected veteran status

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