Ambulatory Access Services (AAS) supports the systems and operations of ambulatory practices, professional service and hospital departments. The AAS Intake Center supports new patient scheduling for various clinics as defined within the departments scope. Workflows supported by the Ambulatory Access Services department include: patient appointment scheduling, space and processing of referrals. The department supports its customers in workflows that start when a referral is generated or the patient initially calls to obtain services, through the time that the patient is seen in clinic.
The AAS PAS Coordinator position will support the AAS Leadership team by providing ongoing training, support and guidance to all of AAS scheduling staff. The AAS Coordinator is to serve as a subject matter expert on front end scheduling activities for AAS staff and OHSU Ambulatory Practices that are supported by AAS.
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