• Job Title: Patient Access Associate - PT Days

    Date Posted: May 13, 2021

    Department: Patient Registration

    Hours: 7 a.m. to 11 a.m.

    Hours per Week: 20

    Status: Part Time

    Education: High school diploma or equivalent


    Rome Health is seeking a Patient Access Associate to greet and welcome all patients coming to the facility in a friendly and compassionate manner.    

    The Patient Access Associate is responsible to complete registration routines for patients presenting for services. The Patient Access Associate explains forms and obtains signatures as appropriate for the service to be provided. The Patient Access Associate verifies insurance coverage, validates medical necessity, documents prior authorization, collects patient out of pocket liability. The Patient Access Associate assures that all patients presenting for care have appropriate physician orders for the services to be provided according to hospital policy.  

    EXPERIENCE: Work in an acute care hospital, physician's office, or other health care agency desirable but not mandatory.

    KNOWLEDGE NEEDED FOR JOB: Knowledge of office procedures and equipment, health insurance and medical terminology desired.

    SKILLS NEEDS: Communication, keyboarding, operation of office equipment, telephone courtesy. Ability to process detailed information.

     Come and be a part of a system that is rapidly growing that is focusing on clinical excellence… We are Rome Health. The best care out there. Here!

    About Rome Health

    Rome Health is a non-profit health care system based in Rome, N.Y., providing services to patients throughout Central New York. From primary and specialty care to long-term care, Rome Health delivers quality, compassionate medical care for every stage of life. We are a comprehensive health care system that connects you to the best clinicians and the latest technologies so they are easily accessible to you and your family. Rome Health is an affiliate of St. Joseph’s Health and an affiliated clinical site of New York Medical College.