Clinical Pathology Coordinator
Department: Clinical Laboratory
Reporting Structure: VP, Laboratory Operations
Key Requirements and Duties:
The Clinical Pathology Coordinator (CPC) will report eventually to the Clinical Pathology (CP) Supervisor and will support the clinical review process for the Breast Cancer Index (BCI) test in compliance with policies, procedures and regulations.
Clinical Review of BCI TRF/Supporting Documentation
- Completes the TRF/supporting documentation review step in the BCI verification process of the clinical data to confirm the eligibility of the BCI test order and ensure the correct information (such as nodal status and tumor characteristics) is submitted.
- Performs follow up actions in the TRF/supporting documentation review process, including communication with Ordering Provider's office to ensure case problems related to clinical information is resolved appropriately.
- Escalates problem cases and situations to the Clinical Pathology Supervisor and/or Pathologists
- Handles inquiries for referred laboratory testing on blocks and/or slides.
- Supports LIS Projects, as needed.
- Participates in internal audit performance and analysis of the BCI Clinical Review process, as requested by the Clinical Pathology Supervisor and/or Laboratory Director
- Clerical and administrative functions within the laboratory operation, including documentation to maintain compliance with state, CLIA, and CAP requirements.
- Works well in a cross-functional team environment with meticulous attention to detail, strong data entry skills, excellent communication skills, and strong organizational skills.
- Self-starter in resolving discrepancies and proactively improving operational efficiencies.
- Focus on maintaining fast turn-around times.
- Work schedule may be modified to meet operational requirements.
- Performs other duties, as assigned.
Minimum Education/Experience Requirements:
- Bachelor's degree in Pathology, Biological, Chemical, Physical or Clinical Laboratory Sciences.
- Analytical judgement, problem solving skills, accuracy and strong detail-oriented approach to performing tasks.
- 2 or more years of clinical laboratory experience preferred.
- 2 or more years of experience in interpreting clinical pathology and/or surgical pathology reports preferred.
- Proficient knowledge and experience working with Lab Information Systems (such as SFDC) and Microsoft applications (such as Word, Excel and PowerPoint) preferred
- On the job training including, but not limited to HIPAA, and Safety procedures
- Amount of time on the job spent in the following activities:
- Stand: 1/3 to 2/3
- Walk: 1/3 to 2/3
- Sit: Over 2/3
- Use hands to finger, handle or feel: Over 2/3
- Reach with hands and arms: Over 2/3
- Climb or balance: Under 1/3
- Stoop, kneel, crouch or crawl: Under 1/3
- Talk or hear: Over 2/3
- Taste or smell: None
- This job requires that weight is lifted or force is exerted in the following amounts and amount of time:
- Up to 10lbs: Over 2/3
- Up to 25lbs: 1/3 to 2/3
- Up to 50lbs: None
- Up to 100lbs: None
- More than 100lbs: None
If interested, please submit a copy of your CV/Resume to us to apply.E-mail