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Date of Request: Ocotber 29, 2014
Job Title:  Nurse Revenue Specialist
Name of Facility/Hospital: Allina Commons-Corporate
Location of Facility/Hospital: 2925 Chicago Ave Minneapolis, MN 55407
Contact Person/email/phone:  Kate Steiner kate.steiner@allina.com 612-262-4458
Contact Address: 2925 Chicago Ave Minneapolis, MN 55407

Job Description:

  • Analyze clinical information to identify areas within the chart for potential opportunities for improvement in physician documentation/qualified health care providers both concurrently & retrospectively
  • Work with clinical & ancillary departments to create, improve & monitor processes that enhance quality & productivity for the department & system wide
  • Formulate credible queries & analyze already constructed queries to improve clinical documentation of principle diagnosis, co- morbidities, procedures, present on admission & quality core measures while adhering to regulated guidelines
  • Analyze coding abstract to verify that documentation within the record is accurately reflected through ICD-9 codes while adhering to national coding guidelines
  • Experience: 3-5 years acute care exp
  • Skills: Knowledge of coding, correct coding initiatives, procedures & requirements, ICD-9, HCPCS, Medicare/Medicaid rules and regulations, utilization review process; knowledge of Excel, Word
  • Licensure: RN license and BSN
     

Click here for more information and to apply. Job ID # 4807BR

Benefits: Competitive benefits that help support employee health, savings and balance. These benefits are part of Be Fit, which is aimed at building a healthy and committed employee community with a financially secure future.
Position Type:
Full-time, exempt level position, requires travel to hospitals within the Allina Health system
 


Date of Request: October 21, 2014
Job Title: Sr. Clinical Documentation Improvement Specialist
Name of Facility / Hospital: Stanford Health Care
Location of Facility / Hospital: Palo Alto California
Contact Person: Rosan Lam
Contact Address: RLam@stanfordhealthcare.org

Job Description: The Sr. Clinical Documentation Improvement Specialist facilitates and obtains appropriate physician documentation for all clinical conditions and/or procedures to support the appropriate severity of illness, expected risk of mortality and complexity of care of the patient. Conducts focused reviews in areas identified by CDI leadership: mortality reviews, PSI reviews, as well as other identified projects. This position will work closely with physicians, Health Information Management coders, CDI leadership, Quality and Compliance to support timely, accurate and complete documentation of clinical information used for measuring and reporting physician and facility outcome quality measures. Lead new CDI specialist orientation and provider education training. Evaluates CDI accuracy and standardizes review findings and methodology to report monitoring results. Communicates review results to department leadership, CDI Specialists and other appropriate staff. Makes recommendations to leadership for corrective action. Evaluates the adequacy and effectiveness of internal and operational controls designed to ensure that CDI processes and practices lead to appropriate execution of regulatory requirements and guidelines related to facility coding and CDI practices, including federal and state compliance standards. For additional information and to apply click here and see our posting (Req # 28914).

Compensation: Competitive
Benefits: Benefit Eligible
Preferred Start Date: December 1, 2014
Position Type: Full-time
 


Date of Request: October 9, 2014
Job Title:  Clinical Documentation Specialist
Name of Facility/Hospital: UCLA Health
Location of Facility/Hospital: Los Angeles, CA
Contact Person/email/phone:  Bella Aivazian
Contact Address: IAivazian@mednet.ucla.edu

Job Description: In this position, you’ll review the medical records of identified patients and work with team members to ensure the accuracy and completeness of documentation. You will also use key data to identify DRG and CC codes that most accurately reflect the severity of patients’ illnesses. If you’re ready to help drive our continued success and make the most of your career, pursue this opportunity today. 

To qualify, you must have current CA RN licensure and at least 3 years of clinical hospital experience (or an equivalent combination of education and experience in case or utilization management or clinical documentation review). Recent experience in care management, quality utilization or coding is also required. Certification as a coding specialist is ideal, as is a bachelor’s degree in a health-related field.

For more information, visit uclahealthcareers.org or contact Bella Aivazian at IAivazian@mednet.ucla.edu.
Click here to apply

Compensation:
Benefits: Outstanding benefits, including health, dental and vision plans that begin on your first day and a retirement plan that is one of the best in the nation. You will also receive 13 paid holidays and 15 vacation days beginning your first year. Relocation assistance is available for those who qualify.      
Preferred Start Date:
Position Type: Full-Time
 


Date of Request: October 20, 2014
Job Title: Documentation Specialist
Name of Facility / Hospital: South Shore Hospital
Location of Facility / Hospital: South Weymouth, MA
Contact Person: Gail Marini
Contact Address: gail_marini@sshosp.org

Job Description: Four (4) new opportunities available for experienced Clinical Documentation Specialists. In preparation for ICD-10, the CDI team is adding 4 new positions to our existing staff. 3 Specialists will focus on the inpatient units and one will focus on the Emergency Dept (which sees over 88,000 visits/year). The Clinical Documentation Specialists assist providers in understanding documentation requirements and improving documentation clarity and completeness at the Hospital. These positions are responsible for the concurrent review and querying of medical staff providers to obtain accurate and complete documentation, which appropriately supports the severity of patient illness. Documentation Specialists are on–site and available five (5) days a week. Periodic flexibility in hours to accommodate provider hours is essential. Qualifications: Preferred: RN with Coding Experience. CCS Certification. Five (5) years nursing experience with coding education or experience or five (5) years inpatient coding in an acute care hospital with validation experience. Clinical Documentation Improvement (CDI) experience. Click here to apply (category: Professional/Leadership)

Compensation: competitive
Benefits:
Preferred Start Date: October 20, 2014
Position Type: Full-time
 


Date of Request: October 17, 2014
Job Title: CDI Department Manager III
Name of Facility / Hospital: Cleveland Clinic Main Campus
Location of Facility / Hospital: Cleveland, Ohio
Contact Person: Erin Estes
Contact Address: estese@ccf.org

Job Description: Manages department operations, personnel, and annual budget. Collaborates in planning, analysis, procedure changes, scheduling and related administrative duties. Facilitates issue identification and resolution. Completes staffing, training, workflow analysis and performance management. Manages staffing to ensure appropriate allocation and compliance with goals and objectives. Monitors quality and financial performance. Ensures compliance with government health regulations, JC guidelines, quality requirements and customer service standards. Recommends enhancement and cost saving strategies. Resolves interdepartmental issues to ensure consistency in quality, procedure and policy application. Develops, monitors and implements programs to enhance customer service, develop skills and improve scope of service. Participates in manager meetings and relevant committees as assigned by Director. Performs other duties as assigned. EDUCATION: Bachelor's Degree in Health Administration, Business Administration, or related field. LICENSURE/CERTIFICATION/REGISTRATION: None required, RN or RHIT/RHIA preferred. COMPLEXITY OF WORK: Requires critical thinking skills, decisive judgment and the ability to work with minimal supervision. Must be able to work in a stressful environment and take appropriate action. REQUIRED EXPERIENCE: Minimum five years supervisory or management experience. Healthcare experience in CDI, Nursing and/or Health Information Management preferred.

Compensation: Competitive
Benefits: For more information, please visit our "Careers at Cleveland Clinic" web site and the following job posting: http://jobs.clevelandclinic.org/home/job-info?id=74694500&t=Clinical-Documentation-Improvement-Manager-Job
Preferred Start Date: November 3, 2014
Position Type: Full-time
 


Date of Request: October 17, 2014
Job Title: Clinical Documentation Improvement Specialist
Name of Facility / Hospital: UASI
Location of Facility / Hospital: Nationwide
Contact Person: Julie Andol, Human Resources
Contact Address: Julie.Andol@uasisolutions.com

Job Description: The CDI Specialist will work to analyze and interpret documentation and formulate physician queries to improve the quality, completeness and accuracy of the record. The ideal CDI Specialist will have a clinical background (preferably an RN) with a thorough knowledge of medical coding guidelines. An active coding credential (RHIA, RHIT, CCS, CPC) and 3 years of experience in an acute care setting is preferred, but not mandatory. UASI has been in business since 1984, celebrating our 30th anniversary in business this year. Our Clinical Documentation Improvement consulting roles vary based on facility, but they are broken into two parts; new program development and assisting existing CDI programs: New Program Development UASI will assist with a three phased approach that includes:

  • Assessment of current practices at facility
  • Implementation of the program through training/education and metric development
  • Ongoing follow-up and coaching through implementation Existing CDI Programs Our CDI Specialists will evaluate existing CDI programs with the following:
  • A comprehensive program evaluation to identify program strengths and opportunities for improvement
  • Ongoing CDI support with continuous feedback on productivity, physician response rates and other key indicators of success, as well as education and coaching

UASI is a EEO/AA/M/F/Vet/Disability Employer

Compensation:
Benefits: Comprehensive package that includes: •Medical (PPO and HSA plans available), dental, and vision plans •Life and disability insurance •401(K) plan with UASI contribution •Vacation time totaling 27 days beginning your first year •Pre-tax Spending programs (flexible spending accounts) for medical care expenses •Business Travel accident insurance •Tuition assistance and continuing education programs •ACDIS and AHIMA dues reimbursement For more information or to apply online, please check out http://www.uasisolutions.com/join-our-team.
Preferred Start Date: November 17, 2014
Position Type: Full-time , Permanent


Date of Request: October 16, 2014
Job Title:  Clinical Documentation Specialist
Name of Facility/Hospital: Mount Carmel Health System
Location of Facility/Hospital: Columbus OH
Contact Person/email/phone: Shelly.Moore@mchs.com

Job Description: This position is responsible for concurrently reviewing medical records and assist physicians in removing the barriers between clinical and coding languages to allow more specific and complete documentation. 

Qualifications
Candidates will possess an Associate/Diploma Degree in Nursing and five - ten years acute care medical or surgical experience required.  Bachelor of Science in Nursing preferred.  A degree in Health Information Management with credentials of RHIA, RHIT, or CCS with extensive clinical knowledge and a minimum of 5 years inpatient coding experience will be considered in lieu of a RN.  Current license to practice as registered nurse in the State of Ohio. Utilization/Case Management, managed care, or Clinical Documentation and experience in ICD-9 coding conventions and DRG methodology preferred.
Please visit our website at www.mountcarmelhealth.com for more information.

Compensation: Highly Competitive 
Preferred Start Date: Open
Position Type: Full Time


Date of Request: October 15, 2014
Job Title: Inpatient Documentation and Coding Specialist
Name of Facility / Hospital: Continuous Quality Improvement Executive Search
Location of Facility / Hospital: Tulsa OK
Contact Person: Carolyn Lee
Contact Address: clee@cqiusa.com

Job Description:  Inpatient Documentation & Coding Specialist is responsible for:

  • Reviewing concurrent and/or discharged physician documentation to assure completeness, accuracy and consistency in an effort to improve overall quality of clinical documentation
  • Facilitates modifications to clinical documentation through extensive concurrent interaction with physicians, case managers, nursing staff, other patient caregivers, and medical records coding staff, to support that appropriate reimbursement and clinical severity is captured for the level of service rendered to all patients with a DRG based payer
  • Supports timely, accurate and complete documentation of clinical information used for measuring and reporting physician and hospital outcomes
  • Provides continuous education to both the Medical Staff and Coding Staff
  • Performs all functions required for maintenance of the Patient Health Information Program (PHIP), to include but not limited to, documentation trending, reporting, statistical data analysis, physician and case management communication
  • Coding and Unbilled Maintenance as requested

Qualifications:

  • Bachelor of Science degree from an Accredited University in Health Information
  • RHIA or RHIT certification required.

Compensation: $50K up to $65K, Full Benefits, Relocation Assistance.
Benefits: Full comprehensive Benefits Package
Preferred Start Date: October 27, 2014
Position Type: Full-time


Date of Request: October 13, 2014
Job Title: Clinical Documentation Improvement Specialist
Name of Facility / Hospital: PRECYSE
Location of Facility / Hospital: Hagerstown, MD
Contact Person: Precyse Talent Acquisition | 1-866-PRECYSE x2
Contact Address: careers@precyse.com

Job Description: Join Precyse as we lead the movement toward HIM Innovation. Our clients will look to your expertise as you facilitate the improvement in the overall quality and completeness of medical record documentation. Precyse's comprehensive Clinical Documentation Improvement and education platforms can be tailored to address specific hospital documentation improvement goals. This includes customized improvement programs and educational tools to meet those goals, including integrating ICD-10 principles and demands for further documentation specificity. Our three-phased CDI approach includes Assessment and Design, Education and Implementation, Mentor and Monitor. Our CDI Specialists have this wide array of tools available to them to ensure proper documentation and the achievement our clients' long term goals. This position is based is based in Hagerstown, Maryland. You will work at a leading hospital, helping to drive clinical documentation improvement. Requirements: RN, CCDS or CDIP a plus Associate's Degree in a relevant field preferred or combination of equivalent education and experience Three plus years' clinically well-rounded medical or surgical acute care nursing experience preferred Critical care nursing experience preferred Knowledge of clinical documentation guidelines and CDI program implementation experience preferred Knowledge of medical terminology, ICD-9-CM and CPT-4 codes. Click here to apply.
Compensation: Negotiable
Benefits:
Preferred Start Date: October 27, 2014
Position Type: Full-time
 


Date of Request: October 13, 2014
Job Title: CDI Specialist
Name of Facility / Hospital: Albany Medical Center
Location of Facility / Hospital: Albany, NY
Contact Person: Esther Brown
Contact Address: browne1@mail.amc.adu

Job Description: Responsible for concurrent review of the medical record to ensure precision and completeness of documentation for better reflect the intensity of the care/services provided. Accountable for facilitating warranted amendments to the medical record, for purposes of accurate coding and severity of illness reflection. Supports timely, accurate and complete documentation of clinical information used for measuring and reporting physician and facility outcomes. Ensures that members of the patient care team are informed and current about clinical documentation improvement on an ongoing basis. Education: RN; BSN preferred. Experience: At lease 5 years recent clinical experience in a hospital setting, or 4 years recent clinical experience and two years ICD-9 Coding experience. Utilization Review or coding experience preferred.

Compensation: Competetive
Benefits: Benefits include: •Paid Time Off program (including Holiday, Vacation, Personal and Sick time) •Health Insurance (self-insured Point of Service plan) •Dental Insurance •Employer paid Group Life and AD&D Insurance •Defined Benefit Pension Plan (non-contributory) •Pre-Tax Spending Programs for Out-of-Pocket Medical and Dependent Care expenses •Employee Assistance Program •New York State Short Term Disability •Worker's Compensation •Business Travel Accident Insurance •Tuition Reimbursement program •Continuing Education Program •Tax-Deferred Annuity program (contributory)
Preferred Start Date: October 27, 2014
Position Type: Full-time


Date of Request: October 9, 2014
Job Title:  Clinical Documentation Specialist
Name of Facility/Hospital: UCLA Health
Location of Facility/Hospital: Los Angeles, CA
Contact Person/email/phone:  Bella Aivazian
Contact Address: IAivazian@mednet.ucla.edu

Job Description: In this position, you’ll review the medical records of identified patients and work with team members to ensure the accuracy and completeness of documentation. You will also use key data to identify DRG and CC codes that most accurately reflect the severity of patients’ illnesses. If you’re ready to help drive our continued success and make the most of your career, pursue this opportunity today. 

To qualify, you must have current CA RN licensure and at least 3 years of clinical hospital experience (or an equivalent combination of education and experience in case or utilization management or clinical documentation review). Recent experience in care management, quality utilization or coding is also required. Certification as a coding specialist is ideal, as is a bachelor’s degree in a health-related field.

For more information, visit uclahealthcareers.org or email Bella Aivazian.
Click here to apply direct.

Compensation:
Benefits: Outstanding benefits, including health, dental and vision plans that begin on your first day and a retirement plan that is one of the best in the nation. You will also receive 13 paid holidays and 15 vacation days beginning your first year. Relocation assistance is available for those who qualify.      
Preferred Start Date:
Position Type: Full-Time
 


Date of Request: October 9, 2014
Job Title: Clinical Documentation Specialist
Name of Facility / Hospital: Carson Tahoe Health
Location of Facility / Hospital: Carson City, Nevada
Contact Person: Jan Rombardo
Contact Address: jan.rombardo@carsontahoe.org

Job Description: This position 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. Valid Nevada RN License 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
Benefits: We offer a competitive salary based upon experience, an excellent medical benefit package, 401(k), paid holidays, generous PTO and education assistance. To learn more about us and to apply today, visit our website or call our recruitment team at 775-445-8678 EOE
Preferred Start Date: October 27, 2014
Position Type: Full-time
 


Date of Request: October 9, 2014
Job Title: Clinical Documentation Improvement Specialist
Name of Facility / Hospital: Precyse
Location of Facility / Hospital: Waterbury, Connecticut
Contact Person: Precyse Talent Acquisition | 1-866-PRECYSE x2
Contact Address: careers@precyse.com

Job Description: Join Precyse as we lead the movement toward HIM Innovation. Our clients will look to your expertise as you facilitate the improvement in the overall quality and completeness of medical record documentation. Precyse's comprehensive Clinical Documentation Improvement and education platforms can be tailored to address specific hospital documentation improvement goals. This includes customized improvement programs and educational tools to meet those goals, including integrating ICD-10 principles and demands for further documentation specificity. Our three-phased CDI approach includes Assessment and Design, Education and Implementation, Mentor and Monitor. Our CDI Specialists have this wide array of tools available to them to ensure proper documentation and the achievement our clients' long term goals. Requirements: RN, CCDS or CDIP a plus Associate's Degree in a relevant field preferred or combination of equivalent education and experience Three plus years' clinically well-rounded medical or surgical acute care nursing experience preferred Critical care nursing experience preferred Knowledge of clinical documentation guidelines and CDI program implementation experience preferred Knowledge of medical terminology, ICD-9-CM and CPT-4 codes. Click here for full job description and to apply.
Compensation: negotiable
Benefits:
Preferred Start Date: October 27, 2014
Position Type: Full-time


Date of Request: October 8, 2014
Job Title: Senior CDI Consultant
Name of Facility / Hospital: Consulting Firm
Location of Facility / Hospital: National
Contact Person: Susan Parker
Contact Address: seagatejobs@bellsouth.net

Job Description: Great CDI Leadership opportunity. RN with CDI Credential preferred. Oversee all CDI audits, perform CDI program assessment, consultation and education. Assist in strategic direction and vision. Travel up to 50%

Compensation: Competitive
Benefits:
Preferred Start Date:
October 20, 2014
Position Type: Full-time , Permanent
 


 

Date of Request: October 3, 2014
Job Title: Clinical Documentation Improvement Specialist
Name of Facility / Hospital: Central Maine Healthcare
Location of Facility / Hospital: Lewiston, Maine
Contact Person: Deanna Rice, Director Care Management
Contact Address: RiceDe@cmhc.org
Job Description: Job Summary: The Clinical Documentation Improvement Specialist (CDIS) facilitates modifications to clinical documentation through concurrent (pre-bill) interactions with providers, and other members of the healthcare team. He/she will provide oversight and day to day CDI implementation of processes related to the concurrent review of the clinical documentation in the patient medical record. Promote a partnership between the CDI specialists, coders, and providers to improve documentation and coding. Facilitates clarification and specificity to clinical documentation through appropriate interaction with providers and as needed with the provider champion. Supports the accuracy and completeness of the clinical information used for measuring and reporting provider and hospital outcomes to reflect the patient's true severity of illness, intensity of care, and risk of mortality. Educates all members of the health care team on an ongoing basis
Compensation: Negotiable
Benefits:
Preferred Start Date: November 15, 2014
Position Type: Full-time , Permanent

 


Date of Request: October 2, 2014
Job Title: Clinical Documentation Specialist
Name of Facility / Hospital: University of Chicago Medicine
Location of Facility / Hospital: Chicago, IL
Contact Person: Amy Kratochvil, RHIT, CCS, Assistant Director Clinical Data
Contact Address: amy.kratochvil@uchospitals.edu
Job Description: We are currently seeking qualified candidates for 4 Clinical Documentation Specialist (CDS) positions. The CDS' are responsible for facilitating improvement in the overall quality and completeness of medical record documentation on a concurrent basis. The CDS promotes modifications to medical record documentation to ensure accurate depiction of the level of clinical services provided to the patient and to completely describe patients' severity of illness. The CDS obtains appropriate clinical documentation through collaborative communications from having developed positive working relationships with physicians, nursing staff, other patient care providers, and the Health Information Management Department Coders. The CDS is also responsible for providing informal and formal education to all members of the care team regarding clinical documentation. QUALIFICATIONS: • 5 -8 years progressive work experience: Case Management or Med/Surg or Critical Care Nursing experience preferred. • Basic computer skills in word processing and spreadsheet utilization • Excellent interpersonal skills necessary to develop and foster effective physician communication • Analytic skills necessary to clinically assess medical records • Excellent prioritization and organizational skills • License/ Certification: Registered Nurse • BS degree minimum. Masters preferred • CCS coding credential preferred
Compensation: Competitive
Benefits: Competitive please visit: http://www.uchospitals.edu/jobs/benefits.html for additional information regarding benefits.
Preferred Start Date: October 2, 2014
Position Type: Full-time


Date of Request: October 1, 2014
Job Title: Supervisor, CDI
Name of Facility / Hospital: Harrison Medical Center
Location of Facility / Hospital: 2520 Cherry Ave, Bremerton, WA 98310
Contact Person: Carole Gammarino
Contact Address: carole.gammarino@coniferhealth.com
Job Description: Responsible for reviewing medical records to 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, by improving the quality of the physicians' clinical documentation and completeness of clinical documentation. Exhibits a sufficient knowledge of clinical documentation requirements, MS-DRG Assignment, IPPS reimbursement methodology and clinical conditions or procedures. Collects and analyzes data to provide reports for hospital wide use and to make recommendations as appropriate. Will participate in the planning, development and implementation, and ongoing success of the Clinical Documentation Management Program. Educates members of the patient care team regarding documentation guidelines, including attending physicians, nursing, and other interdisciplinary team members. Graduate from a Nursing program, BSN, or graduate of Health Information Management  RHIT, RHIA preferred. Current state Registered Nurse license or Certified Coding Specialist credential. Preferred: Two (2)  years’ experience with either HIM/Coding or Case Management experience. Three (3) or more years’ experience in CDI. Minimum: Two (2) years supervisory experience. Preferred:  RN, and/or  RHIT, RHIA, and/or CCS. Required:  CDIP
Compensation: Competitive
Benefits: Comprehensive benefits package
Preferred Start Date: October 1, 2014
Position Type: Full-time , Permanent


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