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ACDIS member organizations may post up to four openings per year. You must login to access the form. Additional job postings may be made available for a fee.

Non-ACDIS members can post openings for a fee of $350 per job description by contacting ACDIS member relations at customerservice@hcpro.com, or by phone at 800/650-6787.

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Date of Request: December 17, 2014
Job Title:  HIM Inpatient Coder
Name of Facility/Hospital: The University of Vermont Medical Center
Location of Facility/Hospital: Burlington, Vermont
Contact Person/email/phone:  Sarah Gillespie
Contact Address:  111 Colchester Avenue, Burlington VT

Job Description:  Applies knowledge of anatomy and physiology, medical terminology and pathology of disease processes while analyzing clinical documentation for inpatient and outpatient records for facility and/or professional services coding.  May be assigned to work edit lists for accuracy of claims processing and data reporting.  Applies knowledge of ICD-9 and CPT-4 nomenclatures and American Hospital Association, American Medical Association and applicable Federal and third party payer guidelines to accurately and compliantly determine principal and secondary ICD-9 diagnoses codes, principal and secondary ICD-9 procedure codes for all visits.  Follows FAHC compliance and HIM coding compliance policies and by maintaining financial goals and meeting or exceeding accuracy and productivity standards.  Utilizes various electronic information systems to accomplish coding including, Prism, 3M Coding and Reimbursement Systems, GE/HPA and BAR, TES, NCCI edit software, UB Master, and other clinical documentation systems or reference systems as deemed appropriate. 

This position is a bargaining unit position for an Inpatient Coder (DRG).  Inpatient coding experience required.

For more information about the position and to apply, please use our online application system at www.UVMHealth.org/MedCenter, posting #24284.

Compensation:
Benefits:
Comprehensive benefits package including relocation. Non-smoking work environment. The UVM Medical Center is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability or protective veteran status.
Preferred Start Date: Immediately
Position Type: full time
 


Date of Request: December 15, 2014
Job Title: Clinical Documentation Improvement Specialist, RN
Name of Facility / Hospital: Skagit Valley Hospital
Location of Facility / Hospital: Mt. Vernon, WA
Contact Person: Julie Stephens
Contact Address: jstephens@skagitvalleyhospital.org

Job Description: Facilitate improvement in the overall quality and completeness of clinical documentation. Obtain appropriate clinical documentation through extensive interaction with physicians, nursing staff, other patient caregivers, care management and health information management. Collect and analyze data to provide reports and make recommendations for improvement. Perform ongoing medical record review using documentation and improvement guidelines through electronic and hard chart review, nurse and allied health care team interface. Conduct concurrent and daily ongoing reviews for all inpatient cases; perform retrospective reviews. Assist coders with retrospective reviews. Follow-up with provider on discrepancies and requests for additional documentation as needed. Capture and present physician dashboard data to compliance committee, MEC, executive leadership and Board. Coordinate level of care with case manager and utilization review nurses around medical necessity. Coordinate with inpatient coding staff on ICD-10 transitioning. Collaborate on template development in Meditech and Midas. Review chart and abstract data to pre-code prior to final coding. Train other staff as needed. Maintain current knowledge of clinical documentation national standards, benchmarks, ICD -10CM/PCS and government regulations.  Education: BSN required. Desired Job Experience: Minimum five (5) years clinical RN experience in Med/Surg/CCU or ER. Previous CDI experience preferred.

Compensation: Skagit offers competitive pay and benefit options
Benefits: Contact Human Resources
Preferred Start Date: January 1, 2015
Position Type: Full-time


 Date of Request: December 15, 2014
Job Title: Health Information Management / CDI Manager
Name of Facility / Hospital: Remedy Partners Inc
Location of Facility / Hospital: Darien CT
Contact Person: Jon Danenberg
Contact Address: careers@remedypartners.com

Job Description: The HIM Manager will be responsible working with Remedy's Partner organizations (hospitals, physician groups and skilled nursing facilities) to help identify patients who are included in the BPCI Program. The HIM Manager will help build, monitor and manage a service within Remedy that improves the ability of Partner organizations to identify patients, using all available information resources. The individual will also work with Remedy’s clinical and technical teams to build, develop, and implement clinical documentation rules informing Remedy’s proprietary software which functions to develop a working DRG based on available medical record documentation. 

  • Work closely with Remedy’s partner organizations, including CDI, HIM and coding departments
  • Collaborate with Remedy’s IT team on the integration of Remedy’s proprietary software with the electronic medical records system of the partner
  • Provide support and guidance to provider partners on the use of these systems to help predict the final DRG assignments for patients in the BPCI program
  • Bachelors Degree in Health Information or related field
  • Minimum of 5 years of experience working with PHI, ideally in the Health Information Management Department of a hospital or healthcare provider
  • Experience with CDI is required, along with familiarity with the tools and software used in CDI departments
  • Solid knowledge of coding guidelines is critical to success in this role
  • Strong leadership capabilities are essential

Compensation: Competitive
Benefits: Full medical, dental, and vision. Bi-weekly massages. Paid vacation and sick time.
Preferred Start Date: January 4, 2015
Position Type: Full-time
 


Date of Request: December 12, 2014
Job Title: Manager CDI
Name of Facility / Hospital: Stormont-Vail HealthCare
Location of Facility / Hospital: Topeka, KS
Contact Address: Human Resources, Job Code 375; https://www.stormontvail.org/job-listings

Job Description: The Manager is responsible for the oversight of the Clinical Documentation Improvement (CDI) and ongoing professional practice evaluation (OPPE) programs. Oversight includes, yet not limited to, clinical screening, data compilation, documentation and entry into the SVHC vendor database. Manages the CDI Specialists (CDIS) who provide concurrent review of clinical documentation to produce accurate and complete patient encounter documentation. Manager supports accurate documentation to effect profiling of the severity of patient illness, mortality statistics and proper reimbursement. Manages the Medical Staff Services Analyst, responsible for coordination of practitioner specific clinical data. Responsible for maintaining ongoing professional practice evaluation (OPPE) for all practitioners with privileges. Supports daily tasks in areas of CDI and OPPE as directed by the Director, Clinical Quality Outcomes. Management functions include scheduling, daily assignments, communications, employee evaluations, employee discipline, and oversight of various documentation and administrative processes. Serves as ICD-10 hospital program liaison for CDI.

Compensation: Competitive salary and benefits; salary based on clinical/coding CDIS certification/experience
Benefits: Competitive benefits package
Preferred Start Date: Immediately
Position Type: Full-time


Date of Request: 12/10/14
Job Title: CDI RN Specialist
Name of Facility / Hospital: Hot Springs, AR
Location of Facility / Hospital: Hot Springs, AR
Contact Person: Carole Gammarino
Contact Address: careers@coniferhealth.com

Job Description: Reviews medical records to obtain physician documentation for clinical conditions/procedures to support the severity of illness, expected mortality risky & complexity of care by improving the quality of clinical documentation. Exhibits knowledge of clinical documentation requirements, MS-DRG Assignment & clinical conditions/procedures. Educates patient care team on documentation guidelines.
Qualifications: Display teamwork/commitment & demonstrate initiative & discipline in time management/medical record review; must be able to travel nationally as needed up to 10%; advanced Medicare Part A knowledge/familiarity with Part B; intermediate knowledge of disease pathophysiology, drug utilization, MS-DRG classification & reimbursement structures; effective critical thinking, problem solving, deductive reasoning, organizational & communication skills; coding compliance & regulatory standards knowledge; capacity to work independently in a virtual office setting or facility setting if required to travel; understand & communicate documentation strategies; recognize opportunities for documentation improvement; formulate clinically compliant credible queries; maintain auditing & monitoring program to measure query process; apply coding conventions, official guidelines & Coding Clinic advice to record documentation; nursing program graduate, BSN, or graduate; O-2 year’s exp.; active state Registered Nurse license; Preferred:  Acute Care nursing exp. & CDIP.

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Compensation: Commensurate on experience
Benefits: Comprehensive
Preferred Start Date: January 5, 2014
Position Type: Full-time
 


Date of Request: December 10, 2014
Job Title: Clinical Documentation Specialist
Name of Facility / Hospital: West Suburban Medical Center
Location of Facility / Hospital: Oak Park, IL
Contact Person: Tania Dedek
Contact Address: tdedek@WestSubMC.com

Job Description: Reporting to the Regional Director Clinical Documentation/Chicago Market is responsible for improving the overall quality and completeness of clinical documentation. Performs concurrent record reviews on all selected admissions and document findings. Facilitates modifications to clinical documentation to accurately reflect patient severity of illness and risk of mortality through extensive interaction with physicians, case management, nursing staff, other patient care givers and medical records coding staff.

JOB SPECIFICATIONS: Current licensure as a Registered Nurse in the State of Illinois. Two (2) years of experience in an acute care setting. Knowledge of care delivery documentation systems and related medical records documents. Strong broad-based clinical knowledge and understanding of the pathology/physiology of disease processes.Level of knowledge normally acquired through the completion of a Bachelor's Degree in Nursing.

Compensation: TBD
Benefits:
Preferred Start Date: December 22, 2014
Position Type: Full-time
 


Date of Request: December 10, 2014
Job Title: Coder Educator Auditor
Name of Facility / Hospital: Denver Health Medical Center
Location of Facility / Hospital: Denver, CO
Contact Person: Freddie Guzman
Contact Address: freddie.guzman@dhha.org

Job Description: Under general supervision, trains and educates the coding staff on all aspects of coding. Prepares trainings and presentations on various coding topics. Researches coding questions and coding issues using all available resources. Writes physician queries and provides feedback to the coders as to when a query should be sent. Interacts with clinical staff for the purpose of documentation improvement and clarification. Performs audits of the coding staff to ensure coding accuracy compliance. Provides feedback to the coders from audits for coding quality improvement. Provides one-on-one and group coding training*. Performs various coding assignments under the direction of the Assistant Manager of Coding. Demonstrates advanced leadership and team building skills.Typically 6 years medical coding experience assigning ICD-9-CM codes. Experience with electronic and handwritten medical record documentation required. Experience with medical record documentation required. AHIMA or AAPC Certification

Compensation: minimum: $46,945.602/ midpoint: $61,027.199/ max: $75,108.797 annually
Benefits: Denver Health employees enjoy a number of benefits, including affordable health, dental, and vision coverage, seven paid holidays, paid time off, immediate retirement vesting, a tuition reimbursement program, and employee discounts for sporting events and merchandise.
Preferred Start Date: December 10, 2014
Position Type: Full-time


Job Title: CDI RN Specialist
Name of Facility / Hospital: Jewish/St. Joseph's Hospital
Location of Facility / Hospital: Louisville KY
Contact Person: Carole Gammarino
Contact Address: careers@coniferhealth.com

Job Description:
Reviews medical records to obtain physician documentation for clinical conditions/procedures to support the severity of illness, expected mortality risky & complexity of care by improving the quality of clinical documentation. Exhibits knowledge of clinical documentation requirements, MS-DRG Assignment & clinical conditions/procedures. Educates patient care team on documentation guidelines.
Qualifications: Display teamwork/commitment & demonstrate initiative & discipline in time management/medical record review; must be able to travel nationally as needed up to 10%; advanced Medicare Part A knowledge/familiarity with Part B; intermediate knowledge of disease pathophysiology, drug utilization, MS-DRG classification & reimbursement structures; effective critical thinking, problem solving, deductive reasoning, organizational & communication skills; coding compliance & regulatory standards knowledge; capacity to work independently in a virtual office setting or facility setting if required to travel; understand & communicate documentation strategies; recognize opportunities for documentation improvement; formulate clinically compliant credible queries; maintain auditing & monitoring program to measure query process; apply coding conventions, official guidelines & Coding Clinic advice to record documentation; nursing program graduate, BSN, or graduate; O-2 year’s exp.; active state Registered Nurse license; Preferred:  Acute Care nursing exp. & CDIP. Click here to apply. Click here to apply. Search by Location > State > City to find all open positions in your area

Compensation: Commensurate on experience
Benefits: Comprehensive
Preferred Start Date: January 5, 2015
Position Type: Full-time

 

 

 


Date of Request: December 5, 2014
Job Title:  Clinical Documentation Specialists (Full-time)
Name of Facility/Hospital: Centura Health
Location of Facility/Hospital: Denver
Contact Person/email/phone:  BrentRetallack@Centura.org
Contact Address: 188 Inverness Drive SW #500, Englewood, CO 80112

Job Description: Selected candidates will facilitate and obtain appropriate physician documentation for any clinical conditions or procedures to support the appropriate severity of illness, expected risk of mortality, and complexity of care of the patient. Will educate members of the patient care team regarding documentation guidelines and regulatory requirements, including attending physicians, allied health practitioners, nursing, and case management. Supports timely, accurate, and complete documentation of clinical information used for measuring and reporting hospital and physician-based outcomes.  

Requires 3-4 years’ experience in case management, utilization review, health information management, and/or coding. Clinical documentation improvement and/or clinical experience preferred with ICU, CCU or strong Med/Surg experience. Knowledge of DRG assignments, ICD-9 codes, regulatory coding guidelines, and Medicare Part A and Part B regulatory guidelines a plus. Current Colorado RN license or AHIMA certification (i.e. RHIT, RHIA or CCS) required. BSN or bachelor’s degree in Health Information Management preferred.

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careers.centura.org

Effective Jan. 1, 2015, employment offers are contingent upon a pre-employment screen to confirm non-tobacco use. Centura Health is an Equal Opportunity Employer, M/F/D/V.

Compensation:

Benefits: Competitive pay, some of the best benefits in the industry, and plenty of opportunity for professional growth and development.
Preferred Start Date:
Position Type:Full-time
 


Date of Request: December 5, 2014
Job Title: CDI Specialist
Name of Facility / Hospital: St. Peter's Hospital
Location of Facility / Hospital: Helena, Montana
Contact Person: Barb Slunaker
Contact Address: bslunaker@stpetes.org

Job Description: St. Peter's is a 123 bed acute care facility. The CDI Specialist will provide clinically based concurrent review for accurate and complete documentation. Provide documentation education to providers in group and individual settings. Have the ability to develop strong, positive working relationships with provider teams and other staff. Implement, maintain, and monitor success of CDI program by gathering, reviewing and presenting information to appropriate groups to include Revenue Cycle departments. Work in collaboration with coding staff to ensure accurate and timely completion of coding. Monitor queries and completion rates and provide continuing education based on queries. Perform retrospective reviews, as appropriate. RN with current license and CDI experience highly preferred. Srtong attention to detail and a high level of accuracy required.
Compensation: Competitive
Benefits: Comprehensive
Preferred Start Date: December 5, 2014
Position Type: Full-time
 


Date of Request: December 4, 2014
Job Title: Clinical Documentation Specialist
Name of Facility / Hospital: MetroWest Framingham Union Hospital
Location of Facility / Hospital: MA-Framingham
Contact Person: Nicole Smith
Contact Address: Nicole.Smith@mwmc.com
Job Description: Under general supervision of the Regional Director of Clinical Documentation Improvement, the Clinical Documentation Specialist is responsible for improving overall quality and completeness of clinical documentation to accurately reflect patient severity of illness and risk of mortality through extensive interaction with physician, case management, nursing staff, other patient caregivers and coding staff.  Initiates and performs concurrent documentation review of selected inpatient records to clarify conditions/diagnosis and procedures where inadequate or conflicting documentation is suspected. Communicates with individual physician or medical staff departments to facilitate complete and accurate documentation of the inpatient medical record. Serves as a resource for physician to help link ICD-9/ICD-10 coding guidelines and medical terminology to improve accuracy of final code assignment. Works in collaborative fashion with coders and case managers concurrently reviewing the inpatient medical record to assure a correct provisional and final DRG assignment.Identifies, assist and participates in intradepartmental and interdepartmental special projects involving the accuracy of physician documentation.Works in a collaborative fashion with the Physician Advisor in identifying patterns of physician documentation issues, utilization/follow up of queries and education of physicians at the bedside and/or weekly meetings.  RN, RHIT, RHIA, or CCS required.  Two years of experience in acute care setting. Excellent written and verbal communication skills, critical thinking skills and interpersonal skills to build effective relationships with physician, case management, nursing, coding staff and hospital staff.
Compensation: TBD
Benefits:
Preferred Start Date: December 15, 2014
Position Type:


Date of Request: December 4, 2014
Job Title: Corporate CDI $110K up to 20% bonus incentives!
Name of Facility / Hospital: Continuous Quality Improvement
Location of Facility / Hospital: Nashville, Tennessee
Contact Person: Carolyn Lee
Contact Address: clee@cqiusa.com
Job Description: The Corporate CDI Director provides remote and onsite support and education to coders, physicians and administration to ensure improved documentation resulting in appropriate reimbursement. The Director is responsible for coordinating Patient Health Information Improvement Program (PHIIP) audits, providing physician documentation education and providing CFO orientation on documentation improvement activities. This individual will be required to make independent decisions regarding documentation for accurate ICD-9-CM code assignment. These decisions will play a key role in determining the reimbursement potential and adherence to coding compliance regulations and corporate policies developed to ensure accurate billing. Please email your resume to: clee@cqiusa.com
Compensation: $110K up to 20% bonus incentives, Full Benefits and Relocation Assistance!
Benefits: • Ability to travel approximately 50% - 75% of the time. Travel required by both airplane and automobile. CERTIFICATES, LICENSES, REGISTRATIONS: • Must have one of these Degree: RHIA, RHIT, or RN preferred, but not required. Preferred Certifications: CDIP, CCDS, CCS and/or ICD-10 certification or Trainer designation. • Valid Driver's License.
Preferred Start Date: January 11, 2015
Position Type: Full-time


 

Date of Request: December 4, 2014
Job Title: Clinical Documentation Improvement Specialist-Remote options available
Name of Facility / Hospital: Children's Healthcare of Atlanta
Location of Facility / Hospital: Atlanta, GA
Contact Person: Meghan Thrift
Contact Address: Meghan.Thrift@choa.org

Job Description: Children's Healthcare of Atlanta is currently seeking the following professional to join our extraordinary team: Clinical Documentation Improvement Specialist. In this position, you'll help manage physician documentation that supports the treatment of our inpatient pediatric population. This will involve conducting concurrent reviews of medical records to ensure accurate coding and DRG assignments, obtaining additional documentation when needed, resolving documentation issues, and helping drive the continuous assessment and improvement of services provided (e.g., educating patient care providers on clinical documentation and its improvement).
Qualifications include:
  • Graduation from an accredited nursing program and RN licensure, and/or graduation from an approved health information technology/management program and RHIA, RHIT, CCS or CCS-P certification (or eligibility for certification)
  • Experience interpreting and applying federal/government regulations to ensure coding and documentation compliance
  • Working knowledge of conventions, rules and guidelines for multiple classification and reimbursement (e.g., ICD-10, DRGs, APR-DRGs, etc.) Preferred qualifications include:
  • At least 5 years of experience in inpatient coding and/or acute care nursing (e.g., medical/surgical, ICU, case management, etc.)
To learn more and apply, visit www.choa.org/jobs or contact Meghan Thrift at Meghan.Thrift@choa.org. Remote options available after initial 90 days.

Compensation: Based on experience
Benefits:
Preferred Start Date: December 4, 2014
Position Type: Full-time

 


Date of Request: December 3, 2014
Job Title: Clinical Documentation Specialist
Name of Facility / Hospital: Newton-Wellesley Hospital
Location of Facility / Hospital: Newton, MA
Contact Person: Samuel Fernandez
Contact Address: safernandez@partners.org

Job Description: Under the general direction of the Manager, the Clinical Documentation Specialist facilitates improvement in the overall quality, completeness, and accuracy of medical record documentation for the purposes of ensuring compliance with Medicare and Medicaid regulations and guidelines and to expedite appropriate reimbursement. Utilizes both clinical and coding knowledge to obtain appropriate documentation through extensive interaction with physicians and Health Information Management staff. Educates all members of the patient care team regarding documentation guidelines on an ongoing basis. Helps to assure case mix index, DRG assignment and severity/mortality profiles are accurate.
QUALIFICATIONS:

  1. Graduate of an accredited school of nursing. BSN required.
  2. Current licensure as a Registered Nurse in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts with minimum of 5 years of recent acute med surg or critical care experience.
  3. Clinical documentation/coding experience required.
  4. Knowledge of relevant Medicare, federal and state health-care regulations and related accreditation requirements; knowledge of insurance implications on coding and Interqual or Milliman criteria.
  5. Excellent organizational skills.
  6. Computer literate and ability to enter data is required.
  7. Evidence of job related continued education and professional development. Certification as a Clinical Documentation Specialist preferred.
  8. Ability to communicate and work within a multidisciplinary environment.


Compensation: Salary range: $60k - $130k
Benefits: Health Insurance, dental insurance, short term and long term disability; pension (403B) plan; earned time plan; tuition reimbursement; free parking; fully subsidized MBTA pass; on-site day care center; on-site fitness center; discount on mobile phone plans (Verizon; AT&T; and Sprint) and more.
Preferred Start Date: January 5, 2015
Position Type: Full-time
 


Date of Request: November 25, 2014
Job Title: Clinical Documentation Specialist
Name of Facility / Hospital: Carson Tahoe Health
Location of Facility / Hospital: Carson City, NV
Contact Person: Jan Rombardo
Contact Address: jan.rombardo@carsontahoe.org

Job Description: Clinical Documentation Specialist $5,000 Sign-on Bonus and Relocation Assistance Full Time Position The Clinical Documentation Specialist works with the interdisciplinary team to improve the overall quality and completeness of clinical documentation. Facilitates appropriateness of clinical documentation through extensive interaction with physicians, nursing staff and other patient caregivers to ensure that documentation reflects the level of service rendered to patients. Works closely with HIM coding staff to ensure the patient's health record reflects clear and complete diagnosis, procedure and present on admission documentation and assists with obtaining clarification to ensure appropriate and compliant reimbursement. Ensures the accuracy and completeness of clinical information used for measuring and reporting physician and medical center outcomes. This position may provide services to various patient populations including pediatrics, adolescent, adult and geriatrics. Population served by this position is all age groups. Valid Nevada RN License required and Bachelor degree preferred. A minimum of five years clinical nursing experience in an acute care hospital setting required. Advanced interpersonal communication skills with all levels of internal and external customers required. Current case management certification preferred. Utilization management/quality management experience preferred and previous management role or demonstrated knowledge of organizational dynamics.

Compensation: Salary based upon experience and education. Additional 5% for advanced degree
Benefits: We offer a competitive salary based upon experience and education, an excellent medical benefit package, generous 401(k) match plan, paid holidays, generous PTO and education assistance. To learn more about us and to apply today, visit www.carsontahoe.com or call our recruitment team at 775-445-8678. EOE
Preferred Start Date: November 25, 2014
Position Type: Full-time
 


Date of Request: 11/25/2014
Job Title:  Clinical Documentation Supervisor
Name of Facility/Hospital: Hillcrest Medical Center
Location of Facility/Hospital: Tulsa OK
Contact Person/email/phone:  Carrie Brannon (cbrannon@hillcrest.com) 918-579-5208
Contact Address: 1145 S Utica Ave Tulsa OK 74104

Job Description:  This leader will be accountable for CDI successes as demonstrated through accurate Severity of Illness (SOI) / Risk of Mortality (ROM) capture rates, Complicating or Comorbid Condition (CC) / Major Complicating or Comorbid Condition (MCC) capture rates, Case Mix Index (CMI) analysis, physician query- response rates, and tracking financial variances. The CDI Supervisor will utilize historic and current data to monitor and track performance and trends, and escalate issues in order to advance improvements.

The CDI Supervisor will assist in ensuring ICD-10 requirements are met within the CDI program which includes physician education and engagement, and updating any CDI tools utilized within the program. The CDI Supervisor must be able to manage multiple priorities, including concurrent record reviews on assigned units at least 50% of the time, and monitor CDI team, physician training/education, tracking results for senior leadership visibility and other necessary administrative duties 50% of the time.

Additional responsibilities: teaching CDI principles and ICD10 concepts to key stakeholders across the organization, working closely with Physician Advisors on escalated cases to ensure that the appropriate documentation is added to the medical record, collaborating with the inpatient Coding team and Clinical Informatics team and their leadership to ensure adherence to established processes, and providing second level reviews of selected cases (with Physician Advisor support).

Compensation:  Competitive within market area
Benefits:
Preferred Start Date: ASAP
Position Type:
 


Date of Request: 11/25/2014
Job Title:  Clinical Document Improvement Educator
Name of Facility/Hospital: Summit Medical Group
Location of Facility/Hospital: Berkeley Heights, NJ
Contact Person/email/phone:  Josh Goldstein / jgoldstein@shm.net / 908-673-7374
Contact Address: 1 Diamond Hill Road, Berkeley Heights NJ 07922

Job Description: Clinical Documentation Improvement Educator must exhibit strong project management and presentation skills along with a high level understanding of coding, and auditing concepts, AMA, CMS/OIG/federal/state regulations and guidelines, including ICD-10. Position is responsible for the creation and facilitation of educational programs/presentations for providers as they relate to new coding initiatives, including ICD10. Additionally, this position is responsible for EHR educational initiatives and analysis review.
 

  • Registered Nurse Required
  • Auditing Experience, 1 years minimum preferred     
  • Management Experience, 2 year minimum supervising and/or practice management
  • CPC, CCS-P, CCA or RHIT
  • AHIMA or AAPC  – ICD10 Trainer Certification and/or ICD10 classes Preferred  
  • Auditing and/or Compliance Certification  (eg. CEMC, CPC-P, CPCO, CPMA, CHDA, CHA, CCP-P, CHC) Preferred    


Compensation: 70-90k
Benefits: Medical / Dental / Vision/ 401k / PTO
Preferred Start Date: Immediately
Position Type (full or part time):


Date of Request: November 24, 2014
Job Title: Clinical Documentation Improvement Specialist
Name of Facility / Hospital: Health System
Location of Facility / Hospital: North Carolina
Contact Person: Grant Summers
Contact Address: gsummers@oncallconsutl.com

Job Description:  The team member's number one job responsibility is to deliver the most remarkable patient experience, in every dimension, every time, and understand how he or she contributes to the health system's vision of achieving that commitment to patients and families. Reviews inpatient medical records for specified payer as directed on admission and throughout hospitalization following Clinical Documentation Program guidelines. These reviews are performed concurrently with the patients stay. Qualifications: Education: BSN preferred Experience: Five years of nursing experience. Three years of CDI. Experience with reconciliation and APR-DRG. Licensure/certification/registration: Current RN licensure . CCDS preferred Additional skills required: Epic, 3M CDIS. Working knowledge of Microsoft Office products, specifically Excel.

Compensation: $95K-$110K
Benefits:
Preferred Start Date: November 24, 2014
Position Type: Contract


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