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The Hearing Screen Coordinator performs hearing screens and provides education to parents pertaining to the relevance of hearing screening and early intervention. Records patient information and hearing screen results. Supervises staff.
Performs hearing screens on newborns in the parent's room (unless conditions do not permit) using guidelines and protocols established and approved by the management.
Organizes, manages and tracks computer-based data in a timely and accurate manner, including but not limited to, completing payroll templates, uploading data, completing monthly statistics and monitoring and fixing edit reports.
Responsible for state reporting of hearing screen results where applicable.
Interfaces professionally and timely with parents, hospital personnel, physicians and management as needed.
Responsible for facilitating refer process for all referred babies, including submission of all necessary documents to management and entering information in Soundata, as well as developing rapport with both refer families and local ENT/audiologists.
Problem solves, documents and resolves screening issues within the program in a timely manner.
Hires, performs initial and ongoing training to hearing screeners as needed and follows all relevant protocols for screening personnel.
Provides strategic and adequate staffing utilizing certified NBHS screening personnel.
Monitors and ensures employee files are up-to-date at all times and ensures all employees are in compliance with MEDNAX requirements as well as facility, OSHA, HIPPA and The Joint Commission requirements.
Assesses and evaluates personnel regularly using the guidelines established by MEDNAX and appropriately documents.
Monitors inventory of supplies as needed and communicates necessary adjustments to Regional Manager/Regional Coordinator.
Submit all expense invoices for payment on a timely basis.
Maintains hearing screen equipment, including annual calibrations, and notifies appropriate vendor and management of any issues.
Observes, adheres to and enforces all established company and hospital policies and procedures, and participates in both company and hospital training/orientation when applicable.
Follows proper protocols and reporting for risk management issues if they arise.
Holds monthly meeting with program Medical Sponsor to review monthly program summaries and statistics.
Holds routine staff meetings.
Performs other duties as requested.
Education level: High School or equivalent.
Experience Years: Previous management or supervisory experience preferred.
Experience Industry: Prior experience with newborns and in a medical setting preferred.
Excellent organizational and follow-up skills.
Detail and multi-task oriented.
Computer literate and familiar with Excel.
Excellent communication and interpersonal skills.
Ability to work both independently and as part of a team.
Ability to delegate.
Ability to maintain a high level of confidentiality.
Ability to effectively prioritize daily tasks and assignments.
Demonstrate sensitivity when handling infants.
Able to work on weekends and national holidays.
Equivalent combination of relevant education and experience will be considered.
MEDNAX is an Equal Opportunity Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability or veteran status.