As a treatment coordinator, you will assist doctors and other medical professionals in performing treatment procedures and giving medications to patients. You will perform administrative duties like scheduling medical appointments, informing patients about the various treatment plans, maintaining medical information on the database, and processing payments for medical procedures. You will also collaborate with the insurance agencies to verify the eligibility status of patients and their information. As a treatment coordinator, you will work with patients in the recovery period, and you will manage treatment plans recommended by the doctor. Additionally, you will ensure patients take the necessary medication and ensure that they adhere to treatment plans.
To become a treatment coordinator, you need at least a high school diploma or its equivalent. Some employers prefer an associate's degree. You must possess organization, planning, interpersonal, computer, and communication skills and must have at least a year of relevant work experience. Treatment coordinators earn an average salary of $41,249 per annum. This ranges between $29,000 and $59,000.