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MUHA AA30 - Patient Access Services Representative Ashley River Tower
The Patient Access Services Representative reports to the Patient Access Services Supervisor. Under general supervision, the Patient Access Services Representative provides high level customer service while facilitating accurate and timely completion of registration verifying and preparing all patient accounts for inpatient and outpatient billing to maximize payment for Hospital and Clinic services. This position reviews and verifies all payment methods available (insurance, self-pay, agency) and patient/insurance information. This role works with patients to set up payment arrangements and to arrange/apply for assistance programs. The Patient Access Services Representative assists in collecting copayments and deductibles, and solves basic billing inquiries.
UNIV - Open Rank - Pediatric Hospitalist Charleston, SC
The Medical University of South Carolina (MUSC) Department of Pediatrics seeks a board certified/board eligible physician at the Assistant or Associate Professor level to join our Pediatric Hospital Medicine faculty in the new Shawn Jenkins Children’s Hospital that opened in early 2020.
MUSCP - Lead Medical Office Assistant - West Ashley Medical Pavilion Charleston, SC
Under the direct supervision of the Office Manager the Lead MOA oversees daily administrative operations in assigned area. Responsible for providing staff with direction with regard to daily operations. Works closely with Office Manager to ensure areas are staffed as necessary. Ensures the day-to-day scheduling functions are carried out in an efficient manner to expedite patient flow. Promotes teamwork, professionalism, communication and staff development.
MUSCP - Financial Counselor I - West Ashley Medical Pavilion Charleston, SC-West Ashley
Responsible for evaluating scheduled patient visits to identify and resolve funding/coverage with either assistance applying for Medicaid, disability, financial assistance, insurance coverage or resources identified revealing the ability to pay out of pocket for MUHA & MUSCP services; and provide patients co-payment/deductible/deposit information to be paid prior to services rendered.
MUHA EA32 - Registered Nurse II - MSICU Charleston, SC, Charleston, SC-Main Campus, Ashley River Tower
Under general supervision, the Registered Nurse II provides individualized, goal-directed patient care to families and patients at the competent level utilizing the principles and practices of the nursing process; delivers safe and effective care and interacts with other members of the health care team to achieve desired results.
MUHA EA32 - RN II - Meduflex - Adult Critcal Care Temp Charleston, SC, Charleston, SC-Main Campus, Main Hospital
The Registered Nurse II-Meduflex reports to the Nurse Manager. Under general supervision, the Registered Nurse II provides individualized, goal-directed patient care to families and patients at the competent level utilizing the principles and practices of the nursing process; delivers safe and effective care and interacts with other members of the health care team to achieve desired outcomes.
MUSCP - Certified Medical Assistant - East Cooper Charleston, SC
Responsible for quality patient care under the direction of a physician or licensed healthcare provider in a clinical practice. Duties to include rooming patients, taking vitals and health history, documenting in an electronic medical record, giving injections and assisting with minor procedures.
MUSCP - LPN - East Cooper Mt Pleasant, SC
Responsible for quality nursing care under the direction of a physician or licensed healthcare provider in a clinical practice.
MUSCP - Emergency Medicine Physician - Lancaster Medical Center Lancaster, SC
MUSC Health Lancaster Medical Center (LMC) is seeking an ABEM Board Certified/Eligible Emergency Medicine Physician to join our team. LMC is a community hospital within The Medical University of South Carolina’s Health System and operates a moderate acuity Emergency Department in Lancaster, South Carolina, seeing 38,000 patients per year.
MUHA AB12 - Referral Management Specialist I Charleston, SC-West Ashley, Parkshore Centre
The Referral Management Specialist I reports to the Patient Access Scheduling Supervisor. Under general supervision, the Referral Management Specialist I serves as the initial point of contact for individuals and referring physicians seeking access and referral information for medical care at MUSC. This position facilitates the referral process and schedules appointments for multiple specialties and primary care physicians in a call center environment utilizing an automated scheduling system. This role triages patient calls according to established algorithms, answers questions, resolves issues and refers to appropriate clinical team for clinical issues as appropriate. This position performs quality data collection of accurate information including demographic, physician, insurance, employment, next of kin, emergency contacts and other miscellaneous information needed to complete the patient’s information. This role performs activities to ensure effective operations of the clinics, while enhancing the revenue cycle and providing the highest level of customer service
UNIV - Temporary Statistical and Research Analyst I - Orthopaedics Charleston, SC
As a research analyst, a prospective medical student will be exposed to the clinical, operative, and academic side of medicine.
UNIV- Program Coordinator I- Department of Neurology Charleston, SC-Main Campus
The Department of Neurology is recruiting for a Program Coordinator I.
MUSCP - Ambulatory Services Manager - Nexton Charleston, SC
MUSC Physicians is hiring a Manager of Ambulatory Services for the brand new facility located in Nexton. The Manager reports to the Director of Ambulatory Services. Under limited supervision, the Manager of Ambulatory Services is responsible for overseeing the day to day clinic operations within MUSC Health Ambulatory clinics for a specialty or multi-specialty site.  In collaboration with ICCE Department leaders and Directors, the Manager ensures effective operations and proactively assesses and implements appropriate processes to ensure that all facets of ambulatory clinic management are effectively addressed.
UNIV - Program Manager I - Public Health Sciences (PHS) Charleston, SC
Serve as the Lead Project Manager for the National Data Management Center (NDMC) of the NIH StrokeNet Network at Data Coordination Unit (DCU). This PMI position will serve in a leadership role reporting directly to the Associate Director of Trial Operations Core of DCU. This person will be responsible for overseeing the management of all trials funded by the NIH StrokeNet Network which includes international multicenter research studies. The purpose of the NDMC for the NIH StrokeNet Network is to provide a comprehensive data management and statistical infrastructure to support the network’s goal of conducting small and large clinical trials and research studies to advance acute stroke treatment, stroke prevention, and recovery and rehabilitation following a stroke across the lifespan. All trials conducted within the Network have their own NIH grant award, are required to be multicenter and can be international trials.
UNIV - Regulatory Specialist Hollings Charleston, SC-West Ashley
This position supports research activity through the development of protocol specific documents and reports effective and compliant protocol activity from activation through closure. The primary focus is on document development, submission, and proper filing and reporting to achieve and maintain compliance with internal policy and external sponsor and federal regulations pertinent to research involving human subjects. This position supports the Hollings Cancer Centers Research Committees and Task Forces as they relate to protocol reviews
UNIV - Postdoctoral Scholar - Pathology & Lab Medicine Charleston, SC
The Hearing Research Program at the Medical University of South Carolina (MUSC) invites applications for a Postdoctoral Fellow Position in the Department of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine. Potential research projects involve animal models of sensory impairment and postmortem human nervous tissue that aim to better understand neurodegenerative disorders, including age-related auditory dysfunction.
Univ - Research Specialist I Charleston, SC-Main Campus
A position is available immediately in the Department of Oral Health Sciences.
UNIV - Postdoctoral Scholar - Regenerative Medicine Charleston, SC
The lab of Henry Sucov is newly relocated to MUSC and has funding and projects for several new postdocs. Dr. Sucov is a SmartState endowed professor in the Dept. of Regenerative Medicine and as well in the Div. of Cardiology at MUSC. Among other approaches, the lab uses genetic strategies in mice to identify pathways and processes that impact cardiomyocyte proliferation and heart regeneration after adult heart injury (Patterson 2017 Nature Genetics, PMID 28783163) and neonatal heart injury (Shen 2018, submitted), with surprisingly extensive application to human genetics and human heart pathophysiology. In addition to gene/pathway discovery and associated mechanisms specifically relevant to heart regeneration, related projects address heart physiology, drug discovery, developmental biology, and bioengineering. These projects are sophisticated, novel, and critically important, and all are in need of new personnel. Candidates should contact Dr. Sucov directly by email (sucov@musc.edu) to discuss these opportunities.
UNIV - Associate Dean for Development - College of Medicine Charleston, SC-Main Campus
The College of Medicine Dean's Office is recruiting for an Academic Associate Program Director. The position works closely with MUSC's President, Vice Presidents, Board of Trustees, Dean, College of Medicine, and volunteer COM constituent board members to ensure the overall success of comprehensive fundraising programs geared toward enhancing the continued growth of philanthropic support for all entities within the College of Medicine.
UNIV - Human Resources Coordinator I - CoM Dean's Office Charleston, SC-Main Campus
The College of Medicine Dean's Office is seeking an Administrative (Human Resources) Coordinator to support the operations of the Human Resources Center of Expertise (CoE-HR) in the College of Medicine (COM). Provide professional administrative support to assigned departments within the College of Medicine and serve as liaison between the COM departments and University Human Resources Management, Medical University of South Carolina Physicians (MUSCP) Human Resources, the Center for Global Health, Medical University Hospital Authority (MUHA) Human Resources, and other internal and external stakeholders as appropriate. Oversee and coordinate the departments' operating personnel systems, including hiring, termination, and employee relations. Facilitate all personnel functions for the department including Position/Employee Action Requests, posting and hiring processes, faculty appointments, promotion and tenure, credentialing, compliance training salary increases (reclass and in-band), and coordination of visa applications for incoming international faculty and staff.

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