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  • Coder I - FULL TIME

    Colorado Springs Radiologists, P.C. Job Description

    Job Title:        Coder I

    Reports to:     Coding, Billing, and Data Lead / Director of Business Services

    Supervises:     N/A

    FLSA status:  Non-Exempt

    Summary Description

    This position is responsible for accurately coding and entering information necessary to process claims in a timely fashion. CPC, RCC certification is preferred.  A lower level of certification with coding experience may be considered.

    Essential Functions

    Processes charges received from the hospital, PENRAD, or other Outside Services to include CPT, ICD-10, insurance, authorizations, admission dates, or any other necessary information.
    Updates patient demographic information when a discrepancy in the account exists.
    Pulls reports to support coding.

    This job description reflects management’s assignment of essential functions.  It does not prescribe or restrict the tasks that may be assigned by administration.

    Employment Standards

    Knowledge:

    Knowledge:

    Business-specific knowledge: Coding experience with radiology experience preferred, ICD-10 and CPT coding, NCCI edits knowledge and medical terminology.

    Industry-specific knowledge: Knowledge of: laws and regulations pertaining to medical records and patient confidentiality.

    Mastery:

    National Certification: CPC, RCC preferred, or lower level of certification with coding experience may be considered.

    Specialized equipment: Computer, working knowledge of Microsoft Windows and other Microsoft desktop productivity software.

    Abilities:

    Ability to: work independently with minimal supervision; organize and prioritize work and complete within established, reasonable time frames; follow verbal and written instructions; establish and maintain professional working relationships with staff, physicians, management, patients and external contacts; pursue educational and training opportunities to continually add to personal and professional growth in knowledge, skills and abilities pertaining to this position; maintain strict confidentiality of patient, business and employee information at all times; exercise professional judgment and perform all duties in compliance with medical ethics and OSHA standards.

    Education/Experience/Licensure/Certification: High School Diploma or GED required. One to three years in the insurance billing industry or more than one year with the company preferred. CPC, RCC preferred, or lower level of certification with coding experience may be considered.

    Apply here.

  • X-RAY TECHNOLOGIST - PER DIEM

    Colorado Springs Radiologists, P.C. Job Description

    Job Title:        X-Ray Technologist

    Reports to:     Lead X-Ray Technologist and Director of Operations

    Supervises:     N/A

    FLSA status:  Non-Exempt

    Summary Description

    This technologist position is responsible for applying expertise in the area of obtaining diagnostic radiographic images and fluoroscopic procedures while providing exemplary quality service to patients.

    Essential Functions

    Prepares patients for exams by greeting the patient by his/her entire name, obtaining patient history information necessary to perform or evaluate the procedure, and providing instructions and explanation of the procedure to obtain the best possible image and reduce the patient’s anxiety.
    Prepares area for exam by ensuring the proper equipment and supplies are available before the patient is called for exam.  Prepares trays, supplies, etc. for the Radiologist guided procedures.
    Performs fluoroscopic procedures along with the supervision of a Radiologist when necessary.
    Performs IV catheter insertion for injections of nonionic contrast for specific exams while ensuring proper venipuncture techniques were utilized.  Documents amount of contrast injected.
    Attends to patient’s care before, during and immediately following exam and notifies the appropriate party if patient’s condition changes at any time.
    Performs daily inspections of equipment and reports immediately any quality concerns as well as equipment failures or deficiencies.
    Sends all studies to PACS (image software), including any applicable prior studies. Provides proper documentation to the Radiologist.
    Uses RIS to track and complete patient exams, document call reports, patient histories, etc.
    Assists the Radiologists with fluoroscopy procedures. Records the amount of fluoroscopy time per exam performed.
    Performs clerical duties related to the procedures including entering information into company-specific software and documenting information into patient charts.
    Cleans exam rooms, cassettes and restocks supplies for next patient.
    Interfaces with Lead regarding any and all concerns.
    Attends staff meetings regularly and follows all company policies and procedures.

    This job description reflects management’s assignment of essential functions.  It does not prescribe or restrict the tasks that may be assigned by administration.

    Employment Standards

    Knowledge:

    Business-specific knowledge: Knowledge of: Colorado Springs Radiologists, P.C. policies and procedures, business-specific software, safety regulations.

    Industry-specific knowledge: Knowledge of: laws and regulations pertaining to medical records and patient confidentiality, ethics and standards of appropriate professional organization(s), ICD-10 and CPT coding, radiation safety, aseptic techniques, IV skills.

    Mastery:

    Specialized equipment:  Radiographic imaging equipment, computer, crash cart, Oxygen tanks, IV pumps.

    Abilities:

    Ability to: work independently with minimal supervision; organize and prioritize work and complete within established, reasonable time frames; follow verbal and written instructions; establish and maintain professional working relationships with staff, physicians, management, patients and external contacts; pursue educational and training opportunities to continually add to personal and professional growth in knowledge, skills and abilities pertaining to this position; maintain strict confidentiality of patient, business and employee information at all times; exercise professional judgment and perform all duties in compliance with medical ethics and OSHA standards.

    Education/Experience/Licensure/Certification:  Graduation from an ARRT accredited Radiologic Program.  ARRT certification/eligible required.  CPR certification required.

    Desirable or Special Qualifications:  Previous experience preferred.

    Apply here.

  • MRI Technologist - PART TIME / WEEKENDS

    Colorado Springs Radiologists, P.C. Job Description

    Job Title:        MRI Technologist

    Reports to:     Lead Technologist and Director of Operations

    Supervises:     N/A

    FLSA status:  Non-Exempt

    Summary Description

    This position is responsible for applying their expertise in the area of obtaining diagnostic images while providing exemplary quality service to patients.  This position is 20 hours per week, working 2, 10 hour shifts (Saturday and Sunday).

    Essential Functions

    Prepares patients for exams by greeting the patient by his/her entire name, obtaining patient history information necessary to perform or evaluate the procedure, and providing instructions and explanation of the procedure to obtain the best possible image and reduce the patient’s anxiety.
    Accurately and thoroughly screens all patients prior to entry into the MRI room.
    Prepares area for exam by ensuring the proper equipment and supplies are available before the patient is called for exam.
    Uses multiple MR equipment and software to acquire high quality images to submit to the radiologist for interpretation.
    Performs injections of contrast with a power injector or using hand technique, ensuring proper injection rates are used for optimal contrast enhancement.  Documents amount of contrast injected.
    Attends to patient’s care before, during and immediately following exam and notifies the appropriate party if patient’s condition changes at any time.
    Performs daily inspections of equipment and reports immediately any quality concerns as well as equipment failures or deficiencies.
    Sends all studies to PACS (image software) and other network nodes as needed, including any applicable prior studies.
    Manages short and long-term archival of MRI studies and produces electronic/hard copy images of studies as requested.
    Performs clerical duties related to the procedures including entering information into company-specific software and documenting information into patient charts.
    Cleans exam rooms and restocks supplies for next patient.
    Interfaces with Lead regarding any and all departmental concerns.
    Attends regular staff meetings and complies with all company policies and procedures.

    This job description reflects management’s assignment of essential functions.  It does not prescribe or restrict the tasks that may be assigned by administration.

    Employment Standards

    Knowledge:

    Business-specific knowledge: Knowledge of: Colorado Springs Radiologists, P.C. policies and procedures, business-specific software, safety regulations.

    Industry-specific knowledge: Knowledge of: laws and regulations pertaining to medical records and patient confidentiality, ethics and standards of appropriate professional organization(s), ICD-10 and CPT coding, radiation safety, aseptic techniques, IV skills.

    Mastery:

    Specialized equipment:  Imaging equipment, computer, crash cart, oxygen tanks, IV pumps, MRI compatible devices and power injector.

    Abilities:

    Ability to: work independently with minimal supervision; organize and prioritize work and complete within established, reasonable time frames; follow verbal and written instructions; establish and maintain professional working relationships with staff, physicians, management, patients and external contacts; pursue educational and training opportunities to continually add to personal and professional growth in knowledge, skills and abilities pertaining to this position;

    maintain strict confidentiality of patient, business and employee information at all times; exercise professional judgment and perform all duties in compliance with medical ethics and OSHA standards.

    Education/Experience/Licensure/Certification:  Graduation from an ARRT accredited Radiologic Technology Program required.  ARRT credentials in Radiography required.  ARRT credentials in MR preferred.  CPR certification required.  Six months experience in a Radiographic modality (e.g. CT, MR, or Angiography) also preferred.

    Desirable or Special Qualifications:  1 to 5 years of vendor-specific MR experience preferred.

    Apply here.

  • LEAD MAMMOGRAPHY TECHNOLOGIST - FULL TIME

    Colorado Springs Radiologists, P.C. Job Description

    Job Title:        Lead  

    Reports to:     Director of Operations

    Supervises:     Non-supervisory employees in department of responsibility        

    FLSA status:  Non-exempt

    Summary Description

    Performs all Technologist duties associated with the department.  Expedites patient care by coordinating the activities of the modality / department.  Prioritizes and disseminates tasks to others, trains staff in established and new procedures, coordinates employee time off requests with operational needs, resolves departmental operational problems, and notifies the Director of Operations of any employee relations matters. 

    Essential Functions

    Evaluates daily departmental workload and disseminates work to department members and prioritizes tasks.
    Evaluates future staffing needs and ensures those needs will be met when granting or denying vacation requests.
    Provides training to departmental employees.  This includes new hire training, training each time a policy or procedure is changed or created, and ongoing refresher training.
    Communicates employee / departmental needs regarding training, development, coaching and / or counseling to the Director of Operations.
    Performs all Technologist duties, including providing exemplary patient care associated with the operation of the department.

    This job description reflects management’s assignment of essential functions.  It does not prescribe or restrict the tasks that may be assigned by administration.

    Employment Standards

    Knowledge:

    Business-specific knowledge: Colorado Springs Radiologists, P.C. policies and procedures, business-specific software, safety regulations.

    Industry-specific knowledge: Laws and regulations pertaining to medical records and patient confidentiality.

    Mastery:

    Specialized equipment:  Working knowledge of Microsoft windows and other Microsoft desktop productivity software.  See departmental job description(s) for further details.

    Abilities:

    Ability to: work independently with minimal supervision; organize and prioritize work and complete within established, reasonable time frames; follow verbal and written instructions; establish and maintain professional working relationships with staff, physicians, management, patients and external contacts; pursue educational and training opportunities to continually add to personal and professional growth in knowledge, skills and abilities pertaining to this position; maintain strict confidentiality of patient, business and employee information at all times; exercise professional judgment and perform all duties in compliance with medical ethics and OSHA standards.

    Education/Experience/Licensure/Certification:  High School Diploma or GED required.  Previous experience in job function that is being supervised required.  ARRT registered. Specific modality/s registry required.  CPR certification required.

    Desirable or Special Qualifications:  Previous experience as a Lead Technologist or other supervisory role preferred.

    Apply here.

  • MRI TECHNOLOGIST - PER DIEM

    Colorado Springs Radiologists, P.C. Job Description

    Job Title:        MRI Technologist

    Reports to:     Lead Technologist and Director of Operations

    Supervises:     N/A

    FLSA status:  Non-Exempt

    Summary Description

    This position is responsible for applying their expertise in the area of obtaining diagnostic images while providing exemplary quality service to patients.  

    Essential Functions

    Prepares patients for exams by greeting the patient by his/her entire name, obtaining patient history information necessary to perform or evaluate the procedure, and providing instructions and explanation of the procedure to obtain the best possible image and reduce the patient’s anxiety.
    Accurately and thoroughly screens all patients prior to entry into the MRI room.
    Prepares area for exam by ensuring the proper equipment and supplies are available before the patient is called for exam.
    Uses multiple MR equipment and software to acquire high quality images to submit to the radiologist for interpretation.
    Performs injections of contrast with a power injector or using hand technique, ensuring proper injection rates are used for optimal contrast enhancement.  Documents amount of contrast injected.
    Attends to patient’s care before, during and immediately following exam and notifies the appropriate party if patient’s condition changes at any time.
    Performs daily inspections of equipment and reports immediately any quality concerns as well as equipment failures or deficiencies.
    Sends all studies to PACS (image software) and other network nodes as needed, including any applicable prior studies.
    Manages short and long-term archival of MRI studies and produces electronic/hard copy images of studies as requested.
    Performs clerical duties related to the procedures including entering information into company-specific software and documenting information into patient charts.
    Cleans exam rooms and restocks supplies for next patient.
    Interfaces with Lead regarding any and all departmental concerns.
    Attends regular staff meetings and complies with all company policies and procedures.

    This job description reflects management’s assignment of essential functions.  It does not prescribe or restrict the tasks that may be assigned by administration.

    Employment Standards

    Knowledge:

    Business-specific knowledge: Knowledge of: Colorado Springs Radiologists, P.C. policies and procedures, business-specific software, safety regulations.

    Industry-specific knowledge: Knowledge of: laws and regulations pertaining to medical records and patient confidentiality, ethics and standards of appropriate professional organization(s), ICD-10 and CPT coding, radiation safety, aseptic techniques, IV skills.

    Mastery:

    Specialized equipment:  Imaging equipment, computer, crash cart, oxygen tanks, IV pumps, MRI compatible devices and power injector.

    Abilities:

    Ability to: work independently with minimal supervision; organize and prioritize work and complete within established, reasonable time frames; follow verbal and written instructions; establish and maintain professional working relationships with staff, physicians, management, patients and external contacts; pursue educational and training opportunities to continually add to personal and professional growth in knowledge, skills and abilities pertaining to this position;

    maintain strict confidentiality of patient, business and employee information at all times; exercise professional judgment and perform all duties in compliance with medical ethics and OSHA standards.

    Education/Experience/Licensure/Certification:  Graduation from an ARRT accredited Radiologic Technology Program required.  ARRT credentials in Radiography required.  ARRT credentials in MR preferred.  CPR certification required.  Six months experience in a Radiographic modality (e.g. CT, MR, or Angiography) also preferred.

    Desirable or Special Qualifications:  1 to 5 years of vendor-specific MR experience preferred.

    Apply here.

  • X-RAY TECHNOLOGIST - FULL TIME

    Colorado Springs Radiologists, P.C. Job Description

    Job Title:        X-Ray Technologist

    Reports to:     Lead X-Ray Technologist and Director of Operations

    Supervises:     N/A

    FLSA status:  Non-Exempt

    Summary Description

    This technologist position is responsible for applying expertise in the area of obtaining diagnostic radiographic images and fluoroscopic procedures while providing exemplary quality service to patients.

    Essential Functions

    Prepares patients for exams by greeting the patient by his/her entire name, obtaining patient history information necessary to perform or evaluate the procedure, and providing instructions and explanation of the procedure to obtain the best possible image and reduce the patient’s anxiety.
    Prepares area for exam by ensuring the proper equipment and supplies are available before the patient is called for exam.  Prepares trays, supplies, etc. for the Radiologist guided procedures.
    Performs fluoroscopic procedures along with the supervision of a Radiologist when necessary.
    Performs IV catheter insertion for injections of nonionic contrast for specific exams while ensuring proper venipuncture techniques were utilized.  Documents amount of contrast injected.
    Attends to patient’s care before, during and immediately following exam and notifies the appropriate party if patient’s condition changes at any time.
    Performs daily inspections of equipment and reports immediately any quality concerns as well as equipment failures or deficiencies.
    Sends all studies to PACS (image software), including any applicable prior studies. Provides proper documentation to the Radiologist.
    Uses RIS to track and complete patient exams, document call reports, patient histories, etc.
    Assists the Radiologists with fluoroscopy procedures. Records the amount of fluoroscopy time per exam performed.
    Performs clerical duties related to the procedures including entering information into company-specific software and documenting information into patient charts.
    Cleans exam rooms, cassettes and restocks supplies for next patient.
    Interfaces with Lead regarding any and all concerns.
    Attends staff meetings regularly and follows all company policies and procedures.

    This job description reflects management’s assignment of essential functions.  It does not prescribe or restrict the tasks that may be assigned by administration.

    Employment Standards

    Knowledge:

    Business-specific knowledge: Knowledge of: Colorado Springs Radiologists, P.C. policies and procedures, business-specific software, safety regulations.

    Industry-specific knowledge: Knowledge of: laws and regulations pertaining to medical records and patient confidentiality, ethics and standards of appropriate professional organization(s), ICD-10 and CPT coding, radiation safety, aseptic techniques, IV skills.

    Mastery:

    Specialized equipment:  Radiographic imaging equipment, computer, crash cart, Oxygen tanks, IV pumps.

    Abilities:

    Ability to: work independently with minimal supervision; organize and prioritize work and complete within established, reasonable time frames; follow verbal and written instructions; establish and maintain professional working relationships with staff, physicians, management, patients and external contacts; pursue educational and training opportunities to continually add to personal and professional growth in knowledge, skills and abilities pertaining to this position; maintain strict confidentiality of patient, business and employee information at all times; exercise professional judgment and perform all duties in compliance with medical ethics and OSHA standards.

    Education/Experience/Licensure/Certification:  Graduation from an ARRT accredited Radiologic Program.  ARRT certification/eligible required.  CPR certification required.

    Desirable or Special Qualifications:  Previous experience preferred.

    Apply here.

  • CLAIMS REPRESENTATIVE - FULL TIME

    Colorado Springs Radiologists, P.C. Job Description

    Job Title:                    Claims Representative

    Reports to:                 Patient Services Lead, Director of Business Services

    Supervises:                 N/A

    FLSA status:              Non-Exempt

    Summary Description

    This position is responsible for expediting the accounts receivable process by monitoring all assigned accounts from charge entry to the time the charge is paid, assigned to collections, or written off as either deceased or bankruptcy.

    Essential Functions

    Communicates in a professional manner with patients to ensure correct insurance and patient information is entered in the billing system; to encourage patients to pay outstanding balances so balances are not assigned to collection agencies; to establish payment arrangements with patients within established office protocol; to accept credit card payments; and to provide excellent customer services in regards to patient questions.
    Determines the proper action necessary to take regarding claim denials by using established office procedures.
    Conducts research to determine why claims have been denied. Generates and submits appeals to insurance carriers as needed.
    Processes incoming Explanation of Benefits statements, as well as internal reports as specified by protocol and supervisor.
    Furnishes price quotes to self-pay patients.
    Processes special projects as assigned within the billing office that support organizational goals.
    Communicates and cross-trains with others in the department.
    Provides professional, courteous, and customer service-oriented back-up coverage to the Front Desk, as required.
    Interfaces with Lead regarding any and all departmental concerns.
    Attends staff meetings as requested and follows all company policies and procedures.

    This job description reflects management’s assignment of essential functions.  It does not prescribe or restrict the tasks that may be assigned by administration.

    Employment Standards

    Knowledge:

    Business-specific knowledge of: Colorado Springs Radiologists, P.C. policies and procedures, business-specific software, safety regulations, ICD-10 and CPT coding, basic medical terminology.

    Industry-specific knowledge of: laws and regulations pertaining to medical records and patient confidentiality, national coding standards, managed care contracts, and insurance benefits.

    Mastery:

    Specialized equipment: Working knowledge of Microsoft Windows and other Microsoft desktop productivity software.

    Abilities:

    Ability to: Work independently with minimal supervision; organize and prioritize work and complete within established, reasonable time frames; follow verbal and written instructions; establish and maintain professional working relationships with staff, physicians, management, patients and external contacts; pursue educational and training opportunities to continually add to personal and professional growth in knowledge, skills and abilities pertaining to this position; maintain strict confidentiality of patient, business and employee information at all times; exercise professional judgment and perform all duties in compliance with medical ethics and OSHA standards.

    Education / Experience / Licensure / Certification:  High School Diploma/GED required.  Minimum 1 – 2 years of experience with Colorado Springs Radiologists, PC billing office or 3 years of previous work experience in medical billing.

    Desirable or Special Qualifications: Previous experience in customer service preferred.

    Apply here.

  • ULTRASOUND TECHNOLOGIST - PER DIEM

    Colorado Springs Radiologists, P.C. Job Description

    Job Title:        Ultrasound Technologist

    Reports to:     Lead Technologist and Director of Operations

    Supervises:     N/A

    FLSA status:  Non-Exempt

    Summary Description

    This position is responsible for applying their expertise in the area of obtaining diagnostic ultrasound images while providing exemplary quality service to patients.

    Essential Functions

    Prepares patients for exams by greeting the patient by his/her entire name, obtaining patient history information necessary to perform or evaluate the procedure, and providing instructions and explanation of the procedure to obtain the best possible image and reduce the patient’s anxiety.
    Prepares area for exam by ensuring the proper equipment and supplies are available before the patient is called for exam.
    Completes all general sonography exams including, but not limited to: thyroid, small parts, breast, abdomen, pelvic, extremities, soft tissue, vascular, OB-GYN, MSK, breast biopsies, and aspirations.
    Attends to patient’s care before, during and immediately following exam and notifies the appropriate party if patient’s condition changes at any time.
    Performs daily inspections of equipment and reports immediately quality concerns as well as equipment failures or deficiencies.
    Performs clerical duties related to the procedures including entering information into company-specific software and documenting information into patient charts.
    Cleans exam rooms and restocks supplies for next patient.
    Interfaces with Lead regarding any and all departmental concerns.
    Attends regular staff meetings and complies with all company policies and procedures.

    This job description reflects management’s assignment of essential functions.  It does not prescribe or restrict the tasks that may be assigned by administration.

    Employment Standards

    Knowledge:

    Business-specific knowledge: Knowledge of: Colorado Springs Radiologists, P.C. policies and procedures, business-specific software, safety regulations.

    Industry-specific knowledge: Knowledge of: laws and regulations pertaining to medical records and patient confidentiality, ethics and standards of appropriate professional organization(s), ICD-10 and CPT coding, radiation safety, aseptic techniques, IV skills.

    Mastery:

    Specialized equipment:  Ultrasound imaging equipment, computer, crash cart, oxygen tanks, biopsy guns, and the segmental pressure machine.

    Abilities:

    Ability to: work independently with minimal supervision; organize and prioritize work and complete within established, reasonable time frames; follow verbal and written instructions; establish and maintain professional working relationships with staff, physicians, management, patients and external contacts; pursue educational and training opportunities to continually add to personal and professional growth in knowledge, skills and abilities pertaining to this position;

    maintain strict confidentiality of patient, business and employee information at all times; exercise professional judgment and perform all duties in compliance with medical ethics and OSHA standards.

    Education/Experience/Licensure/Certification:  Graduated from an ARDMS Accredited Ultrasound Program.  ARDMS certification required.  CPR certification required.  At least 2 years’ experience in abdomen, OB/GYN, vascular, and small parts.

    Desirable or Special Qualifications:  Previous experience required. RVT registered.

    Apply here.

  • REGISTRATION REPRESENTATIVE - FULL TIME / EVENINGS

    Colorado Springs Radiologists, P.C. Job Description

    Job Title:        Registration Representative

    Reports to:     Registration Lead, Director of Operations

    Supervises:     N/A

    FLSA status: Non-Exempt

    Summary Description

    Performs Reception and Registration duties under the direction of the Lead Registrar.  Represents the company in a professional, courteous manner while providing exceptional service and compassionate care to patients.  This position is 1:30 p.m. to 10:00 p.m., Monday through Friday.

    Essential Functions

    Reception:

    Greets all patients in a professional manner and directs patients to the proper waiting area for registration or examination.  Hands out necessary paperwork per exam scheduled for completion by patient before registration.
    Answers all telephone calls within three rings with “Good Morning/Afternoon/Evening, thank you for calling PENRAD, this is (Name) may I help you?”  Transfers call to appropriate personnel, if applicable.
    Maintains patient flow by notifying registration staff of patient arrivals.  Notifies Lead of any back-ups in registration.
    Dispenses and explains preps (instructions) for radiology exams.  This includes verifying the type of exam the patient is scheduled for before releasing the information and logging the information you have released to the patient.
    Releases medical records following outlined procedures.
    Maintains the lobby area and front desk for professional appearance and efficiency.
    Rotates between all PENRAD Imaging facilities as scheduled by Lead, if requested.

    Registration:

    Greets patients.  Verifies the exam to be performed. Checks the scheduling notes for any pertinent instructions (call report, patient to take films, etc.).  Verifies the patient’s prescription and insurance cards are scanned into the electronic chart.  Responsible for knowing contracted insurance and authorization requirements, and follows those guidelines.  Verifies patient demographics.  Makes changes as needed.  Notifies appropriate department / staff of patient arrival.  Ensures consents and waivers are signed, as applicable.
    Accepts and is custodian for cash and credit card payments from patients.   Processes payments per established protocol. 
    Answers all telephone calls within three rings with “Good Morning/Afternoon/Evening, thank you for calling PENRAD this is (Name) may I help you?”  Transfers call to appropriate personnel, if applicable.
    May assist technologists with lifting and moving of patients, in absence of additional technologists’ help.
    Maintains ethical working relationships/good rapport with other PENRAD Imaging departments and co-workers.  Maintains professional and caring behavior toward all patients and visitors.
    Rotates between all PENRAD Imaging facilities as scheduled by Lead.
    Interfaces with Lead regarding any and all departmental concerns.
    Attends staff meetings regularly and follows all company policies and procedures.

    This job description reflects management’s assignment of essential functions.  It does not prescribe or restrict the tasks that may be assigned by administration.

    Employment Standards

    Knowledge:

    Business-specific knowledge: Colorado Springs Radiologists, P.C. policies and procedures, business-specific software, safety regulations.

    Industry-specific knowledge: Laws and regulations pertaining to medical records and patient confidentiality.

    Mastery:

    Specialized equipment: Computer, knowledge of Microsoft Windows and other Microsoft desktop productivity software.

    Abilities:

    Ability to: work independently with minimal supervision; move between departments / locations as or when required, organize and prioritize work and complete within established, reasonable time frames; follow verbal and written instructions; establish and maintain professional working relationships with staff, physicians, management, patients and external contacts; pursue educational and training opportunities to continually add to personal and professional growth in knowledge, skills and abilities pertaining to this position; maintain strict confidentiality of patient, business and employee information at all times; exercise professional judgment and perform all duties in compliance with medical ethics and OSHA standards.

    Education/Experience/Licensure/Certification: High School Diploma or GED required.  Previous experience in a Customer Service position required.

    Desirable or Special Qualifications: Previous experience in a medical environment preferred.

    Apply here.

  • ULTRASOUND TECHNOLOGIST - PART TIME

    Colorado Springs Radiologists, P.C. Job Description

    Job Title:        Ultrasound Technologist

    Reports to:     Lead Technologist and Director of Operations

    Supervises:     N/A

    FLSA status:  Non-Exempt

    Summary Description

    This position is responsible for applying their expertise in the area of obtaining diagnostic ultrasound images while providing exemplary quality service to patients.  This position is 7:30 to 12:30 p.m., Monday through Friday and will be part of the Saturday (8:00 to 4:30) rotation.  

    Essential Functions

    Prepares patients for exams by greeting the patient by his/her entire name, obtaining patient history information necessary to perform or evaluate the procedure, and providing instructions and explanation of the procedure to obtain the best possible image and reduce the patient’s anxiety.
    Prepares area for exam by ensuring the proper equipment and supplies are available before the patient is called for exam.
    Completes all general sonography exams including, but not limited to: thyroid, small parts, breast, abdomen, pelvic, extremities, soft tissue, vascular, OB-GYN, MSK, breast biopsies, and aspirations.
    Attends to patient’s care before, during and immediately following exam and notifies the appropriate party if patient’s condition changes at any time.
    Performs daily inspections of equipment and reports immediately quality concerns as well as equipment failures or deficiencies.
    Performs clerical duties related to the procedures including entering information into company-specific software and documenting information into patient charts.
    Cleans exam rooms and restocks supplies for next patient.
    Interfaces with Lead regarding any and all departmental concerns.
    Attends regular staff meetings and complies with all company policies and procedures.

    This job description reflects management’s assignment of essential functions.  It does not prescribe or restrict the tasks that may be assigned by administration.

    Employment Standards

    Knowledge:

    Business-specific knowledge: Knowledge of: Colorado Springs Radiologists, P.C. policies and procedures, business-specific software, safety regulations.

    Industry-specific knowledge: Knowledge of: laws and regulations pertaining to medical records and patient confidentiality, ethics and standards of appropriate professional organization(s), ICD-10 and CPT coding, radiation safety, aseptic techniques, IV skills.

    Mastery:

    Specialized equipment:  Ultrasound imaging equipment, computer, crash cart, oxygen tanks, biopsy guns, and the segmental pressure machine.

    Abilities:

    Ability to: work independently with minimal supervision; organize and prioritize work and complete within established, reasonable time frames; follow verbal and written instructions; establish and maintain professional working relationships with staff, physicians, management, patients and external contacts; pursue educational and training opportunities to continually add to personal and professional growth in knowledge, skills and abilities pertaining to this position;

    maintain strict confidentiality of patient, business and employee information at all times; exercise professional judgment and perform all duties in compliance with medical ethics and OSHA standards.

    Education/Experience/Licensure/Certification:  Graduated from an ARDMS Accredited Ultrasound Program.  ARDMS certification required.  CPR certification required.  At least 2 years’ experience in abdomen, OB/GYN, vascular, and small parts.

    Desirable or Special Qualifications:  Previous experience required. RVT registered.

    Apply here.

  • MRI Technologist - PART TIME / EVENINGS

    Colorado Springs Radiologists, P.C. Job Description

    Job Title:        MRI Technologist

    Reports to:     Lead Technologist and Director of Operations

    Supervises:     N/A

    FLSA status:  Non-Exempt

    Summary Description

    This position is responsible for applying their expertise in the area of obtaining diagnostic images while providing exemplary quality service to patients.  This position is Monday through Friday, 3 p.m. to 8 p.m. 

    Essential Functions

    Prepares patients for exams by greeting the patient by his/her entire name, obtaining patient history information necessary to perform or evaluate the procedure, and providing instructions and explanation of the procedure to obtain the best possible image and reduce the patient’s anxiety.
    Accurately and thoroughly screens all patients prior to entry into the MRI room.
    Prepares area for exam by ensuring the proper equipment and supplies are available before the patient is called for exam.
    Uses multiple MR equipment and software to acquire high quality images to submit to the radiologist for interpretation.
    Performs injections of contrast with a power injector or using hand technique, ensuring proper injection rates are used for optimal contrast enhancement.  Documents amount of contrast injected.
    Attends to patient’s care before, during and immediately following exam and notifies the appropriate party if patient’s condition changes at any time.
    Performs daily inspections of equipment and reports immediately any quality concerns as well as equipment failures or deficiencies.
    Sends all studies to PACS (image software) and other network nodes as needed, including any applicable prior studies.
    Manages short and long-term archival of MRI studies and produces electronic/hard copy images of studies as requested.
    Performs clerical duties related to the procedures including entering information into company-specific software and documenting information into patient charts.
    Cleans exam rooms and restocks supplies for next patient.
    Interfaces with Lead regarding any and all departmental concerns.
    Attends regular staff meetings and complies with all company policies and procedures.

    This job description reflects management’s assignment of essential functions.  It does not prescribe or restrict the tasks that may be assigned by administration.

    Employment Standards

    Knowledge:

    Business-specific knowledge: Knowledge of: Colorado Springs Radiologists, P.C. policies and procedures, business-specific software, safety regulations.

    Industry-specific knowledge: Knowledge of: laws and regulations pertaining to medical records and patient confidentiality, ethics and standards of appropriate professional organization(s), ICD-10 and CPT coding, radiation safety, aseptic techniques, IV skills.

    Mastery:

    Specialized equipment:  Imaging equipment, computer, crash cart, oxygen tanks, IV pumps, MRI compatible devices and power injector.

    Abilities:

    Ability to: work independently with minimal supervision; organize and prioritize work and complete within established, reasonable time frames; follow verbal and written instructions; establish and maintain professional working relationships with staff, physicians, management, patients and external contacts; pursue educational and training opportunities to continually add to personal and professional growth in knowledge, skills and abilities pertaining to this position;

    maintain strict confidentiality of patient, business and employee information at all times; exercise professional judgment and perform all duties in compliance with medical ethics and OSHA standards.

    Education/Experience/Licensure/Certification:  Graduation from an ARRT accredited Radiologic Technology Program or from an ARMRIT Program is required.  ARRT MR certification or ARMRIT certification is required no longer than 8 months after hire.  CPR certification is required.  Six months experience in MRI is preferred.

    Desirable or Special Qualifications:  1 to 5 years of vendor-specific MR experience preferred.

    Apply here.

  • TRANSCRIPTIONIST - PART TIME / AFTERNOONS

    Colorado Springs Radiologists, P.C. Job Description

    Job Title:                    Transcriptionist                    

    Reports to:                 Medical Records Lead and Director of Operations

    Supervises:                 N/A

    FLSA status:             Non-Exempt

    Summary Description

    Accurately transcribes / edits and promptly distributes radiology reports, as well as other correspondence and material as requested.  This position is Monday through Friday, 1 p.m. to 5 p.m.

    Essential Functions

    Transcribes / edits all radiology reports with accuracy and neatness in a timely fashion.
    Proofs and checks work for completeness, accuracy, and format.
    Interfaces with Radiologists when necessary.
    Types other correspondence and material pertaining to the Radiology department as requested.
    Interfaces with Lead regarding any and all departmental concerns.
    Attends staff meetings regularly and follows all company policies and procedures.

    This job description reflects management’s assignment of essential functions.  It does not prescribe or restrict the tasks that may be assigned by administration.

    Employment Standards

    Knowledge:

    Business-specific knowledge: Knowledge of: Colorado Springs Radiologists, P.C. policies and procedures, business-specific software, safety regulations.

    Industry-specific knowledge: Knowledge of: laws and regulations pertaining to medical records and patient confidentiality, medical terminology.

    Mastery:

    Specialized equipment: Working knowledge of Microsoft Windows and other Microsoft desktop productivity software.

    Abilities:

    Ability to: Type 60+ words per minute; work independently with minimal supervision; organize and prioritize work and complete within established, reasonable time frames; follow verbal and written instructions; establish and maintain professional working relationships with staff, physicians, management, patients and external contacts; pursue educational and training opportunities to continually add to personal and professional growth in knowledge, skills and abilities pertaining to this position; maintain strict confidentiality of patient, business and employee information at all times; exercise professional judgment and perform all duties in compliance with medical ethics and OSHA standards.

    Education/Experience/Licensure/Certification: High school diploma or GED required.  Six to twelve months of experience in Transcription necessary.

    Desirable or Special Qualifications: CMT certification preferred.

    Apply here.

  • PRE-AUTHORIZATION REPRESENTATIVE - FULL TIME

    Colorado Springs Radiologists, P.C. Job Description

    Job Title:        Pre-Authorization Representative

    Reports to:     Pre-Authorization Lead and Director of Business Services

    Supervises:     N/A

    FLSA status:  Non-exempt

    Summary Description

    Expedites patient care by ensuring all pre-authorization requirements are met prior to patients arriving for scheduled exams.  Prioritizes STAT and Add on requests.  

    Essential Functions

    Reviews the schedules a minimum of one week out.
    Enters authorizations and prescriptions accurately into patient’s charts.
    Researches our computer and faxing systems for patient, insurance and exam information.
    Contacts physician’s offices and insurance companies as needed for additional information.
    Has knowledge of current pre-authorization requirements for our insurance contracts.
    Checks carrier or pre-auth company online for information; if not available, calls the carrier or pre-auth company for status.
    Assists those Providers who participate in the PPA Program with pre-authorization requirements.
    Responsible to verify and update Referring Provider Requests on a daily basis.
    Maintains ethical working relationships and good rapport with other PENRAD Imaging departments and co-workers.
    Maintains professional relations with referring providers’ staff and insurance companies.
    Interfaces with Lead regarding any and all concerns.
    Attends staff meetings regularly and follows all company policies and procedures.

    This job description reflects management’s assignment of essential functions.  It does not prescribe or restrict the tasks that may be assigned by administration.

    Employment Standards

    Knowledge:

    Business-specific knowledge: Knowledge of: Colorado Springs Radiologists, P.C. policies and procedures, business-specific software, safety regulations.

    Industry-specific knowledge: Knowledge of: laws and regulations pertaining to medical records and patient confidentiality.

    Mastery:

    Specialized equipment:  Computer, scanner, copier, fax machine, knowledge of Microsoft Windows and other Microsoft desktop productivity software.

    Abilities:

    Ability to: work independently with minimal supervision; organize and prioritize work and complete within established, reasonable time frames; follow verbal and written instructions; establish and maintain professional working relationships with staff, physicians, management, patients and external contacts; pursue educational and training opportunities to continually add to personal and professional growth in knowledge, skills and abilities pertaining to this position; maintain strict confidentiality of patient, business and employee information at all times; exercise professional judgment and perform all duties in compliance with medical ethics and OSHA standards.

    Education / Experience / Licensure / Certification:  High School Diploma or GED required.   Knowledge of medical terminology, CPT and ICD-10 coding, and managed care contracts.

    Desirable or Special Qualifications:  Previous experience in a medical environment preferred.

    Apply here.


FAQs

  • What can I expect after I submit my resume?

    Colorado Springs Radiologists, PC's resume review process generally can take up to two weeks to complete.  We use best efforts to respond to all inquiries electronically. Due to the volume of responses, we are unable to respond via telephone to individual applicants and do not accept phone calls regarding Open Positions. If we think your education, experience and skill sets may align with an open position; we will contact you as quickly as possible.

  • What are the hiring steps in the hiring process?

    Our process may vary to an extent depending on, for example, the type and nature of the position. In general, however, after reviewing your application, if we determine that you meet the qualifications for an open position, a hiring manager or someone from the Human Resources department will contact you to schedule a time to discuss your background, experience and interest. If it seems that the position may be a good fit for you, we'll schedule you for interviews related to this position. Our goal is to make the interview process as convenient and as informative for you as possible.

  • Do I need to answer all the questions that are part of the application?

    Yes.  It is important to provide complete information, including answers to all of the questions.  Applicants contacted for an interview will be required to sign the application that was submitted.

  • Once I have applied, how can I contact the hiring manager or a recruiter?

    Because CSRPC may have a variety of job openings at any given time, it is not possible for us to provide the name, telephone number or e-mail address of the hiring manager. CSRPC can search the database for your resume/profile and may contact you to discuss your interest and next steps if your qualifications match an available position. If your qualifications are appropriate for the available job, the hiring manager will contact you directly.

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PET/CT Scan

Oncology, Neurology, Cardiology

Nuclear Medicine

Bone Scans, MUGA

HeartScreen

Coronary Artery Calcium Scoring. No referral required.

Ultrasound

Ultrasounds or Sonograms using high frequency sound waves.

Fluoroscopy

IVP, Barium Enema

X-Ray

Chest X-Ray - Dual Energy Subtraction

Mammography

Full-field digital acquisition

CT Scan

CT 128, Cardiac CTA, Automatic Radiation Dose Reduction

Bone Density

DEXA, Hip & Femur BMD. No referral required.

MRI

High Field – Short Bore Magnets, Breast MRI with CAD, Cardiac MRI