To produce quality and timely neurological procedures according to physician orders. Perform quality and timely neurological procedures to support accurate medical diagnoses. Maintain facility and equipment to ensure clean, safe, secure environment at all times. Promote positive working relationships with patients, families, physicians and other departments to ensure the provision of a high level of service. Provide necessary clerical support to assure the timely, accurate processing, copying, distribution and retention of testing data. Demographic information, limited Patient Health Information related to job function.
DEPARTMENT SPECIFIC DUTIES:
Performs all aspects of neurodiagnostic studies including routine and complex Electroencephalograms, auditory, and sensory Electrophysiology, and polysomnography. Demonstrates competencies in all areas.
Consistently checks patient identification and chart orders.
Accurately summarizes patient history, completes recordings, and identification. Records comments and technical impressions legibly and timely.
Maintain high level of technical expertise and utilizes knowledge to make accurate decisions and determination.
Consistently follows organization and regulatory guidelines in all aspects of neurodiagnostic.
Determines appropriate activations and recording techniques based on patient symptoms, referral requests and department policies, procedures, and protocols.
Participates and monitors quality assurance and quality control processes.
Supports professional growth through membership and participation in continuing education skill advancement.
Performs on-call, outreach, and registration, scheduling, and billing procedures.
Perform appropriate supply inventory, and equipment maintenance records.
Maintains a safe work environment and strictly adheres to hospital/departmental infection control procedures.
1-year full time experience performing neurological procedures.
A.A. degree or higher
Registered EEG Technician or eligibility.
2 years full-time performing advanced procedures in an acute level facility.
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Job: RAD TECH
Primary Location: Palm Springs, California
Facility: Desert Regional Medical Center
Job Type: PT2Y
Shift Type: Days
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