What is an Intake Specialist?
An intake specialist, also known as an “intake coordinator,” is the first person a new patient, client or family meets. The specialists speak directly with the person and their families to determine what services might be needed and then guide them to the right area.
In a clinical setting, intake specialists obtain the patient’s medical history, physical and mental state, special requirements and needs by asking them a variety of questions.
- Speaking with individuals to get their personal history and ascertaining their mental and physical state
- Using the gathered information to guide them to the right service, department or office
- Obtaining emergency contact information
- Coordinating schedules and appointments
- Obtaining insurance or billing information
- Processing paperwork
- Ensuring forms have the proper signatures and that they're filled out correctly.
- Answering and taking note of incoming inquires via phone, fax or email
- Following up with clients and sharing vital information
Keeping all information confidential
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- PLADC licensure at minimum
- Office managment expierience preferred
- Ability to pass state, central registry, and national background checks
- Full-time hours
- Knowledge of Microsoft Word, Excel, Powerpoint
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