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Cardiac Sonographer

Diagnostic Imaging Tech-Ultrasound | Dallas, TX | Contract

Job Description
Cardiac Sonographer
Work Location: Dallas, TX

Job Summary/Description
The Cardiac Sonographer will facilitate a patient throughout and enhance patient satisfaction with testing process.

Job Duties/Responsibilities/Functions (including but not limited to)
• Checks computer for new orders and reviews physician's orders on patient's chart. Identifies patients via two methods. Explains procedure to be done. Protects patient's privacy. Notifies Transport in a timely fashion, if unavailable tech will transport patient.
• Reviews patient chart to include patient’s history and clinical diagnosis. Recognizes significant clinical information and historical facts, which may affect the echo study, from patient interview and medical record.
• Positions patient to optimize quality of test results. Utilizes appropriate transducers/equipment as required during performance of procedure. Watches the patient for signs or symptoms of possible complications and/or other intolerances. Promptly notifies nurse/physician of changes in patient status.
• Records all measurements. Does mathematical calculations accurately; calculates mathematical and algebraic functions. Enters correct patient information.
• Demonstrates the ability to accurately perform ultrasound procedures including but not limited to Cardiac Doppler, Color Flow Doppler, Two-Dimensional Echo, Tran esophageal Echo, pharmacological echo studies, stress echo. Learns new modalities as they become available.
• Provides best image quality within the limitations imposed by available resources. Delineates normal and abnormal anatomic structures, physiology and hemodynamics. Recognizes examination findings that may require immediate clinical response and notifies the interpreting physician or other appropriate physician.
• Archives and retrieves studies. Provides proper care and use of digital echo system, including all transducers and probes, according to manufacturer’s suggestions. Checks bi-weekly to ensure that all studies have been read and finalized, notifying the reading cardiologist and the Medical Director of Non-Invasive Cardiology of delinquent reports. Troubleshoots minor problems and contacts appropriate HIS coordinator for system problems.
• Logs all procedures for charging purposes and ensures that the Cardiology Office receives log prior to the end of the day.
• Assumes accountability for all actions in the workplace. Reports errors promptly and takes appropriate follow-up action to rectify the error.
• Effective patient/family advocate. Responds to patient's and/or patients family's complaints in an appropriate and effective manner. Reports complaints to the Manager or their designee in a timely manner. Utilizes the chain of command appropriately to to resolve patient, operational, or personal work-related problems.
• Works cooperatively with all staff and supports staff new to the environment. Participates in performance improvement activities as directed. Attends at least 80% of scheduled staff meetings and attends 100% of mandatory educational sessions.
• Performs other duties as assigned.

Minimum Qualifications
• Current ARDMS registry in Adult Echocardiography -or- Successful completion of an ultrasound or cardiovascular technology program which includes verified didactic & supervised clinical exp. in Echocardiography.
• These programs should be accredited by either the commission on Accreditation of Allied Health Education Programs (CAAHEP) or the Canadian Medical Association (CMA). New hires will be required to pass the ARDMS or CCI credentialing exam within one year of employment.
• BCLS certified required.
• One year of cardiovascular sonography experience preferred.

About InGenesis
InGenesis is dedicated to placing people in positions that preserve life, improve lives and inspire others. This does not happen without passionate people, skilled colleagues who are motivated to create innovative solutions and deliver superior service to our clients. Founded in 1998, InGenesis manages thousands of employees, including pioneering healthcare, science, technology and pharma professionals. The workforce solutions company includes almost half of the Fortune 500 in its nearly 300 clients. It is recognized as one of the largest healthcare staffing firms, and InGenesis is the largest minority/women owned healthcare staffing firm in North America.

EEOC Statement
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