Health Assessment Specialist, Lead
Healthstat, Inc

Charlotte, North Carolina

Posted in Health and Safety


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Job Info


Company Overview:

Everside Health is a national on-site, near-site and virtual primary care provider on a mission to fix America's broken healthcare delivery model. We are technology-driven and care-obsessed. With our expanding reach, scale, and expertise, we truly make an impact on a national level by serving more clients and improving the health of more people, all while achieving the goal of reducing the total cost of healthcare for employers and organizations. That's why we exist - and our relentless focus through care delivery access, technology, transparency, and relationships drives us every day.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities

    • Review assigned schedule (biometric form) to ensure event is properly staffed and biometrics ordered are accurate.
    • Contact client one week prior to event to coordinate setups, event parameters.
    • Collaborate with Client Services.
    • Import Event into ERSS
    • Perform a test participant to ensure labs are correct as well as demo file imported prior to event.
    • Contact assigned team one week prior to notify of travel dates/times.
    • Responsible for coordination of meals and hotels for assigned staff.
    • Responsible for printing event schedule daily.
    • Responsible for morning huddle prior to each event. Huddle will review event parameters and reminders for the day.
    • Complete packing supply requisition. Monitor and track all shipments to ensure receipt.
    • Direct and assist in set up and break down of the event site (includes packing and moving boxes and cases).
    • Extensive travel to a variety of client locations for events. Events may take place during or outside of normal business hours and include travel and/or work on weekends.
    • Have knowledge of and perform all HRA event roles:
    • Serve as Event Registrar using computer system and control flow of participants to various stations during the event by adhering to appointment schedules and directives from the client.
    • Accurately and correctly perform using proper technique venipuncture blood draws in a fast pace environment.
    • Understand proper draw order for blood collection tubes.
    • Responsible for correctly, confidentially, and completely performing all blood collection processes during HRA event.
    • Accurately obtain and record participant biometric and manual blood pressure readings at health assessment events.
    • Responsible for correctly, confidentially, and completely processing all biometric readings, Healthy Life Surveys, Notice of Privacy Practices, Acknowledgement of Treatment, HRA Recap Reports and Lab Requisition Forms.
    • Export event data at the end of each event. Daily log should match labs collected and participants seen, not necessarily what ERSS states if more than one event occurs in a day.
    • Responsible for sending daily event log to HRA Operations Manager and HRA Processing Manager.
    • Manage event supply usage, packing and shipping.
    • Responsible for all IT equipment.
    • Manage employees and schedules for assigned events.
    • Provide coaching and feedback to assigned team members.
    • Document all personnel issues in writing and provide to the HRA Operations Manager at the time of the coaching session.
    • Exhibit excellent customer service and professionalism at all times.
    • Other duties as assigned.
    • Ability to sit at desk in office location each normal work day
    • Ability to stand for up to four hours
    • Ability to lift and move 50+ lbs
    • Ability to use personal computer
    • Ability to communicate clearly and work effectively in person and by telephone
    • Ability to work well in a fast passed environment, while managing multiple priorities and meeting deadlines
    • Ability to drive to and from client and vendor sites
    • Ability to travel commercially by common carrier
    • Ability to work in climate-controlled office environment
    • Ability to work in non-office environments (i.e., industrial, manufacturing, conference centers) at client and vendor sites

    Minimum Qualifications
    • Medical Assistant Certified with clinical experience preferred
    • Phlebotomy Certified with previous experience within the last 3 to 5 years preferred
    • Ability to take manual blood pressure reading
    • Associate's or Bachelor's in a health or wellness related field is preferred
    • 1-2 years of health care background or experience preferred
    • Demonstrated effective ability to apply critical thinking and problem solving
    • Demonstrated ability to work independently on scheduled assignments with responsibility for multiple phases of a process or function
    • Demonstrated ability to apply attention to details
    • Experience with Microsoft Office products
    • Ability to work well with and to communicate clearly to all levels of personnel
    • Ability to manage workloads, multi-task and meet deadlines


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