Tennessee Orthopaedic Alliance

  • DME Technician

    Job Locations US-TN-Nashville
    Posted Date 1 month ago(3/27/2018 10:55 AM)
    Job ID
    2018-1261
    # of Openings
    1
    Category
    Clinic
  • Overview

    Our TOA DME Technician plays an important role in the overall delivery of orthopaedic care and services to our patients throughout the area.  The DME Technician performs a variety of tasks including the fabrication and removal of casts and splints, application of orthopaedic devices, and removal of external orthopaedic hardware. Ours is a fast-paced environment that provides the right candidate excellent opportunities to help TOA's patients and build a career in the DME area.

    Responsibilities

    • Apply Durable Medical Equipment to patients as to physician directions.
    • Complete paperwork in accordance with patient coverage
    • Manage inventory in offices assigned and associated Ambulatory Surgery Center Collect payment for DME sales
    • Increase utilization of ancillary equipment sales
    • Be a resource to staff for application, coding and inventory of DME.
    • Research and rectify paperwork issues with regard to coding, compliance and inventory
    • Complete periodic audit of on-hand inventory of DME at clinics and at Ambulatory Surgery Center

    Qualifications

    • A college degree is preferred, and a high school diploma or equivalent is required
    • At least six months of healthcare experience, with experience in a clinic essential, and experience in an orthopaedic clinic is a plus
    • Experience with durable medical equipment is preferred
    • Exceptional customer orientation, focusing on delivering excellent service
    • Ability to problem solve rapidly
    • If the candidate is asked to travel from clinic to clinic, the candidate must have a valid driver’s license and the pass a motor vehicle records check, which will include DUI/moving violations

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