MOS 68G Patient Administration Specialist

PATIENT ADMINISTRATION SPECIALIST


68G Patient Administration Specialist
Performs medical administrative duties in various departments or services of hospitals to include: Posting administrative entries in medical records; Scheduling patients for medical board action; Monitoring long-term patient rosters; Maintaining patient workload data from subordinate services; Audits medical records for quality control based on the nature of care and treatment given; and Releases medical information, answers inquiries and provides information from medical records to requesting parties as authorized.


68G Patient Administration Specialist
Responsible for 4 Veteran's Affair employees; establishes maintains accountability, and inventories Medical and Dental records during mobilization and demobilization process; registers mobilization and demobilization Soldier's data into Composite Health Care System (CHCS); updates Soldier medical and dental readiness information in MEDPROS Web Data Entry (MWDE); Also responsible for filing loose documents, mailing loose documents, and receiving records.


68G Patient Administration Specialist
Implements and maintains accurate record of all administrative tasks for the CAARNG MED DET.
Establishes and maintains necessary files for conducting inprocessing of soldiers for PHA and physicals
Supports SRP and physical exam missions at Camp Roberts


68G Patient Administration Specialist
Responsible for supervising and performing administrative duties in the patient administration division of an Army hospital or other medical facilities to include: typing letters, reports, requisition forms and official orders; organizing and maintaining files and publications; ordering office supplies; greeting and assisting office visitors; answering phones and providing general information.



PATIENT ADMINISTRATION NCO


Patient Administration NCO
Serves as a Patient Administration (PAD) NCO in the Brian D. Allgood Army Community Hospital with a beneficiary population of over 16,500 in support of 8th Army, South Korea; responsible for patient accountability, release of medical information, release of information, admissions and dispositions, medical regulating, mass casualty processing and patient status reporting; creates line of duty(LOD)investigations, supports the third party collection program; supervises and provides career development to five junior enlisted Soldiers.


Patient Administration NCO
Serves as the NCOIC of the Patient Administration Division (PAD) for the MSG Henry L. Jenkins Patient Centered Medical Home and in support of 14,200 beneficiaries; provides guidance, training and implements project improvements for operations of Outpatient records and release of information correspondence; responsible for the accountability and maintenance of over $70,000 of equipment; responsible for the well-being and professional development of two junior Soldiers and two Civilians.


Patient Administration NCO
Serves as Patient Administration NCO for the 144th MCD charged with rapid-deployment mission providing CONAS response element for domestic CBRNE events; supervises and manages 3 Soldiers assigned to PAD for the compiling data and preparing required statistical reports as related to CBRNE events; initiates correspondence pertaining to medical records, medical board proceedings, line of duty investigations; and other records and reports pertaining to patient administration for the 144th; maintains a medical record tracking system within the medical treatment field facility and at unit level.


Patient Administration NCO
Serves as Patient Administration NCO and Squad Leader in a Brigade Support Medical Company in the ### Brigade Combat Team, ### Division charged with a world-wide rapid-deployment mission providing Echelon I and II Combat Health Support; responsible for patient administration, medical evacuations, and patient accountability; responsible for the training and readiness of 73 Soldiers as the Training and Operations NCOIC; additionally responsible for the training, health, and welfare of one NCO and three Soldiers.


68G PATIENT ADMINISTRATION NCO
Serves as the Patient Movement NCO for the only OCONUS Military, Level I Trauma Center in Europe; ensure mission supports first stop casualties from OEF and OND; supports over 400,000 beneficiaries; supervises and manages 5 Soldiers assigned; managed the coordination of the receiving and evacuation of all DOD Civilian, Contractors, and Coalition Forces through the aero-medical evacuation system; communicates with TPMRC to coordinate the Patient Movement Request process; oversees day to day operations of the Patient Movement Section.


68G Patient Administration NCO
Assigned as a Patient Administration NCO for a deployed Medical Task Force Responsible for the leadership and management of ___ enlisted Soldiers; assisted with operations conducted in split based operations at three level III facilities; provided support to Corps Level Coalition Maneuver Task Forces Soldiers, civilians and detainees; responsible for patient administration operations, medical evacuations, patient accountability, and hospital admissions and dispositions; provided guidance and support to Casualty Liaison Teams and Medical Liaison NCOs; ensured the timely preparation and submission of numerous Command reports.


Air Evacuation NCO
Serves as the NCO of patient movement and air evacuation (A&E) for Brian D. Allgood Army Community Hospital (BDAACH), coordinating medical evacuation through the TRANSCOM Regulating and Command & Control Evacuation System (TRAC2ES) of all assigned 8th Army Service members and their dependents totaling over 20,000; functions as liaison between 8th Army units/WTB/BDAACH and families reporting status of patient's movement; responsible for the mentoring and well being of two Soldiers and one Civilian.




NCOIC/PLATOON SERGEANT


Patient Accountability Branch NCOIC
Serves as NCOIC of the Patient Accountability Branch (PAB) for the Brian D. Allgood Army Community Hospital (BDAACH) in support of 60,305 beneficiaries in the Korean peninsula to include five outlying health clinics; provides guidance and implements project improvement methods to regulate daily operations of the Admissions and Dispositions (A&D), Air Evacuation and OCONUS Integrated Disability Evaluation System (IDES) Sections; establishes standard operating procedures (SOP) for all sections under his supervision; enforces patient safety through accurate data collection, audit and review of medical records; responsible for the well-being and professional development of four civilian employees, two NCOs and five junior Soldiers.


PAD NCOIC
Serves as the NCOIC, Patient Administration Division (PAD), Brian D. Allgood Army Community Hospital(BDAACH), a 42 bed medical facility with 5 outlying clinics, supporting 33,505 eligible beneficiaries located throughout the Korean peninsula; Assists the Chief, PAD in planning, training, coordinating, and supervising 34 civilian personnel; ensures the accountability,welfare, and readiness of five NCOs and fifteen Soldiers; provides technical and administrative support to five division branches in the areas of personnel management, property accountability, and equipment procurement; manages a hand receipt of $151,405 worth of property.


68G Platoon Sergeant
Serves as the Headquarters Platoon Sergeant for a high OPTEMPO Medical Troop in a Stryker Cavalry Regiment consisting of 4,200 Troopers; trains, supervises and manages 18 Troopers assigned to six specialty areas; maintains accountability and serviceability for organizational equipment including eight tactical vehicles, communication equipment and facilities valued at $1 million; coordinates through communication channels patient evacuation requests; oversees day to day operations of the Troop's Orderly and Training Rooms.


Patient Administration NCOIC
Serves as the NCOIC, Patient Administration Division (PAD), USA MEDDAC, Fort Knox, a 31 bed medical facility with 5 outlying clinics, supporting 293,505 eligible beneficiaries located in a six state geographical area. Assists the Chief, PAD in planning, training, coordinating, and supervising 87 civilian personnel; ensures the accountability,welfare, and readiness of two NCOs and one Soldier; provides technical and administrative support to five division branches in the areas of personnel management, property accountability, and equipment procurement; manages a division budget of $3M.


NCOIC of Patient Movement and Air Evacuation for BACH
Serves as the NCOIC of patient movement and air evacuation for BACH, coordinating medical evacuation through the TRANSCOM Regulating and Command & Control Evacuation System (TRAC2ES) of all assigned Fort #### Service members and their dependants totaling over 200,000; functions as liaison between Fort #### units/WTU/BACH and families reporting status of patient's movement; serves as BACH contingency bed count reporter and reports statistical data to higher command through the Theater Management Data System.



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