Health Information Management Coordinator
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We are seeking a Health Information Managmenet Coordinator that has a passion for providing the highest quality of care with compassion and integrity!
We live our Core Values of Integrity, Excellence, Compassion, Teamwork & Stewardship every day with every life we touch, providing exceptional healthcare and exceeding expectations.
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The Health Information Management Coordinator is responsible for maintaining an accurate and complete medical record. The Coordinator oversees daily the active medical record to ensure it is complete and accurate. They also initiate and maintain all clinical record review audits for documentation improvement processes and purposes. The Coordinator assists in achieving compliance with all health information privacy-related regulations through planning, organization, implementing and maintaining processes related to awareness and understanding of the privacy practices and requirements set forth under federal and state law.
OTHER JOB SPECIFICATIONS:
Working Conditions:Must have the ability to organize and prepare records, charts, and audits according to established protocol. Ability to interpret guidelines, protocols, policies, and procedures and to determine compliance to recognized standards. The potential for exposure to bio-hazardous waste and blood borne pathogens exists. Must have ability to document findings, thoroughly review records, and have good organizational skills.
Sedentary, at desk most of the time; close eye (visual) work with use of computer screen or paper; use of repetitive hand movement and arms necessary for frequent keyboard use, reaching, handling of reports and files; up and down movement from desk frequently; stooping, kneeling required to work with files.
Inside center/facility environment and/or external storage area
Near-visual acuity is necessary for close work where accuracy is most important; comprehensive ability required to read and understand medical terminology, written reports, create reports and extract pertinent information from health records.
Adaption to the work environment for sorting, filing, and assembling charts, notes, and orders
may be repetitive at times. Deadlines for production of reports and compliance reviews may cause long hours and stress to meet company, state, and federal guidelines.