Brooks Rehabilitation

Non Clincal OP Admin

Job ID
2018-4069
Location
US-FL-Jacksonville
Category
Non-Clinical Intern

Overview

Brooks Rehabilitation Outpatient contributes to the success of Brooks by serving as a system messenger to patients and physicians in the area. The Outpatient division sees approximately 25,000 individuals each year and as a result we have the ability to deliver the Brooks Mission, Vision and Values to many individuals. Additionally, the Outpatient division is the last step in the continuum of care that allows our patients to become reintegrated into our community through improvements in health with our therapists, as well as our community outreach and wellness programs. Outpatient Administration specifically oversees all Clinical and Non-Clinical operations of the 34 clinics that make up the Outpatient division.

Responsibilities

The intern will have the opportunity to work with the Vice President of Outpatient and other Outpatient leaders on various system and division projects. The intern will be specifically supporting the division by working on clinical compliance and development, Medicare requests for additional documentation and appeals, weekly productivity and staffing, accreditation and credentialing to name a few areas. Additional opportunities will include attending management and leadership meetings, and shadowing other departments of interest.  As the Outpatient Division continues to grow, the intern will have opportunity to participate and assist in new projects. Throughout this internship the intern the student will work with numerous departments including IT, Finance, Data Sciences, Marketing  and Project Management to name a few. Overall, the student will have the opportunity to learn about the Outpatient Division, its role in patient care and the complexity of operations.

Desired Skills:

  • Strong Microsoft Suite skills
  • Attention to detail
  • Self-motivated
  • Ability to prioritize and organize multiple projects

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