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ACDIS member organizations may post up to two 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: May 14, 2015
Job Title: Nurse Manager/Educator ofClinical Documentation and Improvement
Name of Facility/Hospital: Northeast Georgia Health System
Location of Facility/Hospital: Gainesville, GA
Contact Person/email/phone: Workforce Planning and Employment Team
 
Job Description: Northeast Georgia Medical Center has an opportunity for a self-directed Nurse Manager/Educator of Clinical Documentation and Improvement who will direct and manage the Clinical Documentation Department, ensuring accurate depiction of the level of clinical services and patient severity actively present during the patient’s encounter. The manager is responsible for orientation, training and education of CDI staff and supports provider education, development and execution.
 
In addition to a BSN (master’s preferred) and at least 3 years of clinical nursing experience (preferably critical care), ideal candidates will have 3–5 years of experience in clinical documentation and 2–3 years of supervisory/management experience. Current State of Georgia RN licensure is required. Knowledge of program metrics, the ability to ensure data is timely and accurately reported, understanding the CDI/coding database and ensuring optimization of 3M-360 applications will serve you well in this role. Certification of Clinical Documentation Specialist (CCDS) is required.

 


 

Date of Request: May 14, 2015
Job Title: Clinical Documentation Specialist
Name of Facility/Hospital: Northeast Georgia Health System
Location of Facility/Hospital: Gainesville, GA
Contact Person/email/phone: Workforce Planning and Employment Team
 
Job Description:
Northeast Georgia Medical Center has an opportunity for a self-directed Clinical Documentation Specialist with an aptitude in critical care or medical/surgical nursing who will be responsible for improving the overall quality and completeness of clinical documentation. The Specialist will facilitate modifications to clinical documentation through extensive interaction with physicians, nursing staff, other patient caregivers, and medical records coding staff to ensure that appropriate reimbursement is received for the level of service rendered to all patients with a DRG based payer (Medicare, Medicaid, Champus). The Clinical Documentation Specialist will educate all members of the patient care team on an ongoing basis.
                  
In addition to a BSN and at least three years of nursing experience, ideal candidates will have additional education in finance, healthcare regulations, and diagnoses-procedure coding. Experience in healthcare business, utilization and revenue management is preferred. Analytical thinking, problem-solving abilities and a working knowledge of DRG coding optimization strategies and clinical documentation requirements will serve you well. 

 


 

Date of Request: March 12, 2015
Job Title: Clinical Documentation Improvement Specialist
Location of Facility/Hospital: Hagerstown, MD
Contact Person: Precyse Talent Acquisition | 1-866-PRECYSE x2
Contact Address/Website: 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, Follow-up and Monitoring. 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

Compensation: Negotiable
Benefits: Competitive
Preferred Start Date: March 30, 2015
Position Type: Full-time

 


Date of Request: May 13, 2015
Job Title:  Clinical Documentation Improvement Specialist
Location of Facility/Hospital: Zanesville, OH
Contact Person/email/phone/website:  Talent Acquisition, careers@precyse.com, 866-Precyse X2,


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, Follow-up and Monitoring. 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
Compensation: Negotiable
Benefits: Competitive
Preferred Start Date: ASAP
Position Type: Full-time
 


Date of Request: May 13, 2015
Job Title:  Clinical Documentation Improvement Specialist
Location of Facility/Hospital: Naples FL
Contact Person/email/phone/website:  Talent Acquisition, careers@precyse.com, 866-Precyse X2,

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, Follow-up and Monitoring. 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

Compensation: Negotiable
Benefits: Competitive
Preferred Start Date: ASAP
Position Type: Full-time
 


Date of Request: May 13, 2015
Job Title:  Clinical Documentation Improvement Specialist
Location of Facility/Hospital: Far Rockaway, NY
Contact Person/email/phone/website:  Talent Acquisition, careers@precyse.com, 866-Precyse X2,

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, Follow-up and Monitoring. 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

Compensation: Negotiable
Benefits: Competitive
Preferred Start Date: ASAP
Position Type: Full-time
 
 


Date of Request: May 12, 2015
Job Title: CDI Specialist & Manager
Name of Facility / Hospital: R.A.M. Healthcare Consulting Group, Inc.
Location of Facility / Hospital: Nationwide (Currently in CA, GA, OR, MA, MI, TX)
Contact Person: Cheri Lewis, Recruiter
Contact Address: clewis@ramhcg.com

Job Description: The founders of R.A.M. Healthcare Consulting Group, Inc. have over a decade of experience providing services to hospitals in the United States. R.A.M. HCG understands the need to provide excellent Clinical Documentation Improvement (CDI) and Case Management services at an affordable rate to help hospitals reduce the cost of staffing by offering highly qualified credentialed contract specialists. The following CDI positions are currently open:

  • CDI Supervisor - Atlanta, GA
  • CDI Specialists - Northern CA
  • CDI Manager - TX

CDI Specialists: CCDS or CDIP credential preferred. Minimum 3 years of CDI experience within a hospital setting. Demonstrated knowledge of medical terminology, anatomy and physiology. Strong knowledge base of conventions, rules and guidelines for multiple classification and reimbursement systems (ie., ICD-10, DRGs, APR-DRGs, etc.).
CDI Managers/Supervisors: 3 - 5 years of acute nursing supervisory/management experience. Must have strong communication, teaching and presentation skills; must be detailed oriented, possess good problem solving skills. Demonstrated knowledge of medical terminology, anatomy and physiology

Compensation: Competitive
Benefits: Best in class benefits to our consultants who are all W-2 employees:

  • Excellent Pay
  • W-2 Employee Status
  • Full Benefits (Full-time employees receive medical, dental, vision, 401K, life insurance, and short-term disability)
  • Paid Time Off (Full-time employees receive vacation pay and holiday bonus pay)
  • Paid Weekly
  • Direct Payroll Deposit
  • Long-term and short-term assignments to fit your needs

Preferred Start Date: May 29, 2015
Position Type: Full-time , Permanent , Contract
 


Date of Request: May 11, 2015
Job Title: Lead Clinical Documentation Specialist (RN),
Name of Facility / Hospital: Mount Carmel Health System
Location of Facility / Hospital: Columbus OH
Contact Person: Shelly Moore
Contact Address: shelly.moore@mchs.com

Job Description: Under the direction of the Manager Clinical Documentation Specialist, the Lead Clinical Documentation Specialist supports and provides on-site monitoring for the Clinical Documentation Improvement Program including mentoring and providing leadership to concurrent review team on Program process, procedures and approach. This Registered Nurse uses management and clinical expertise to focus and direct team efforts toward the improvement of clinical documentation through the roles of educator and consultant. Knows, understands, incorporates, and demonstrates the Trinity Health Mission, Vision, and Values in behaviors, practices, and decisions. Assists Manager in the following activities but not limited to: Providing input regarding associates' performance. Scheduling of staff; assisting with daily assignment to allow for maximum coverage with allotted daily resources; daily direct communication with System Manager with identified issues and updates. Mentoring and coaching associates to ensure positive outcomes. Assists manager with orientation of new CDS, as well as change in processes, at assigned facility. Conducts daily on-site team meetings and communicates outcomes to System Manager.
Job Qualifications: Associates Degree in Nursing, Bachelors preferred. 5-10 years acute care medical or surgical experience required.
Licensure / Certification: Current license to practice as registered nurse in the State of Ohio.

Compensation: Highly Competitive
Benefits: Choice between two medical, dental and vision plans, generous eligibility guidelines, paid time away from work, childcare center discounts, tuition reimbursement and other educational benefits, and the Live Your Whole Life (LYWL) Wellness Rewards program
Preferred Start Date: July 1, 2015
Position Type: Full-time
 


Date of Request: May 6, 2015
Job Title: CDI Consulting Specialist
Name of Facility / Hospital: The Advisory Board Company
Location of Facility / Hospital: Remote opportunity - Firm housed in Washington, DC and San Francisco, CA
Contact Person: Jess Powers
Contact Address: PowersJe@advisory.com

Job Description:

  • Serve as a subject matter expert for clinical documentation improvement engagements and other clinically focused revenue cycle engagements
  • Engage and educate executives and physicians
  • Contribute to and support development of project plans and other deliverables
  • Monitor engagement progress
  • Provide clinical expertise and support to consulting and performance technology sales and delivery teams
  • Participate in new product and service conceptualization and planning

Basic Qualifications:

  • Bachelor's Degree in business, health care administration, or other health care-related field
  • 3+ years of professional experience as a clinical documentation improvement specialist, manager, or director in a hospital setting or as a clinical documentation improvement consultant
  • Experience as an RN, NP, PA, or MD in acute critical care, ED, or medical/surgical
  • Proven verbal and written communication skills, including presenting to senior executive level audience and/or facilitating training sessions
  • Demonstrated experience establishing and managing strong relationships with physicians, clinicians, and executives
  • Comfort working in fast-paced, deadline driven environment with a cross-functional team across multiple projects
  • Self-sufficient, self-motivated

http://advisorycareers.force.com/openings/apex/ts2__JobDetails?jobId=a0KF000000DbGbPMAV

Compensation: Highly Competitive
Benefits:

  • Medical, dental, and vision insurance, dependents eligible
  • 401(k) retirement plan with company match
  • 20+ days paid time off and 14+ paid company holidays
  • Daytime leave policy for community service or fitness activities (up to 10 hours a month each)
  • Wellness programs including gym discounts and incentives to promote healthy living
  • Dynamic growth opportunities with merit-based promotion philosophy
  • Benefits kick in day one

Preferred Start Date: May 6, 2015
Position Type: Full-time , Permanent


Date of Request: May 6, 2015
Job Title:  Clinical Documentation Specialist
Name of Facility/Hospital: Silver Cross Hospital
Location of Facility/Hospital: 1900 Silver Cross Blvd., New Lenox, IL
Contact Person/email/phone: Human Resources
Contact Address: Apply online at www.silvercross.org

Job Description: We currently have opportunities for a full-time and part-time Clinical Documentation Specialist to join us. In this position, you will conduct concurrent clinical reviews of medical records to ensure supportive documentation of patient illness, secondary diagnosis and mortality.
Requirements:

  • Bachelor's degree in health care field preferred
  • Current IL RN licensure
  • 5 years RN experience in a hospital setting
  • 2 years Risk Management or related experience preferred
  • Experience working in a Clinical Documentation Specialist role a plus
  • Knowledge of Joint Commission and IDPH regulations
  • Excellent verbal/written presentation, interpersonal and communication skills


For more information on this and other opportunities or to apply, visit:
www.silvercross.org

Equal Opportunity Employer

Compensation: DOE
Benefits: Competitive
Preferred Start Date: May 6, 2015
Position Type: Full-Time


Date of Request: May 6, 2015
Job Title: CDI Consultant
Name of Facility / Hospital: Harmony Healthcare
Location of Facility / Hospital: Remote and travel
Contact Person: Zack Hyre / 813-321-6874
Contact Address: zhyre@harmony.solutions

Job Description:  We have multiple jobs open in unique locations for Travel CDIS consultants. The ideal candidate should have 2-3+ years of experience in CDI.
Additional Requirements:

  • RN, CCDS, CDIP, MD, RHIA, RHIT or CCS is required
  • Ability to travel is a plus
  • Prior Consulting experience is a plus
  • AHIMA Approved ICD-10 trainer a plus
  • Depth of knowledge in healthcare regulatory compliance/CMS/HIM/Coding/Quality Initiatives/Case Management


Compensation: Competitive
Benefits: 

  • Medical, dental, vision and life insurance, short/long-term disability, and referral bonuses
  • Flexible work schedules and 15 days of PTO per year
  • Paid ACDIS/AHIMA Credential Dues, reference materials, CEUs
  • Free ICD-10 Training custom for CDIs

Preferred Start Date: May 5, 2015
Position Type: Full-time, permanent, contract


Date of Request: May 5, 2015
Job Title:  Clinical Documentation Improvement (CDI) Manager
Name of Facility/Hospital: Providence Health & Services
Location of Facility/Hospital: Burbank, CA
Contact Person/email/phone: 
Contact Address: Apply online and reference job number 76445.: http://50.73.55.13/counter.php?id=34683

Job Description:
Up to 50% travel throughout CA required.
Will manage, coordinate, and perform the day-to-day operations and workflow of the CDI program. Provide concurrent documentation review, and DRG and coding reviews that ensure high quality documentation that supports a compliant and accurate representation of patient care.

In this position you will:

  • Develop and maintain effective working relationships with key stakeholders in CDI program
  • In conjunction with CDI Specialists, serve as the liaison to key stakeholders in the program
  • Coach and assist in developing CDI Specialists, and ensures continuing education is maintained
  • Ensure the day to day program activities are conducted in an accurate and timely manner
  • Identify CDI issues and trends, and communicate those items to CDS team
  • Demonstrate successful completion of ongoing proficiency and compliance with regulatory requirements


Required qualifications:

  • Bachelor’s Degree in healthcare field
  • Five years plus in a previous supervisory capacity (one year of education equals one year of experience).  RHIT, RHIA, RN
  • Thorough knowledge of federal and state documentation guidelines
  • Demonstrated proficiency in Microsoft Office, Excel, Power Point, and e-mail


Preferred qualifications:

  • Master’s Degree in healthcare field
  • Five years plus in supervisory capacity in a healthcare field such as clinical care, utilization review, health information management. (CDIP, CCDS)


Compensation:
Benefits:
Preferred Start Date:
Position Type:
Full time


Date of Request: May 5, 2015
Job Title: Clinical Document Specialist RN (CDIS)
Name of Facility / Hospital: Seton Healthcare Family
Location of Facility / Hospital: Austin, TX
Contact Person: Funto Adebo
Contact Address: FTAdebo@seton.org

Job Description: Performs ongoing medical record review using documentation improvement guidelines to evaluate overall quality and completeness of clinical documentation. Conducts follow-up reviews of clinical documentation to ensure issues discussed and clarified with clinical staff have been recorded in patient's chart. Works with physicians and medical staff to improve clinical documentation for more accurate code assignments and higher case mix index. Establishes and maintains reconciliation to track and analyze outcomes of documentation improvement program. Prepares regular outcomes progress reports and presents as designated to administrative staff and committees. Uses performance improvement methodologies and education strategies to develop formal training and improvement programs for staff concerning clinical documentation opportunities, coding and reimbursement issues.
Experience:

  • Bachelor's Degree in Nursing is required
  • At least one year of CDI  experience is required
  • CCDS certification is preferred

To Apply: http://www.seton.net/careers/

Compensation: Competitive; depending on experience.
Benefits:
Prefereed Start Date:
Position Type:
Full and part time positions


Date of Request: May 1, 2015
Job Title: Clinical Documentation Improvement Specialist
Name of Facility / Hospital: Moffitt Cancer Center
Location of Facility / Hospital: Tampa, FL
Contact Person: Chad DuBois
Contact Address: chad.dubois@moffitt.org

Job Description: The Clinical Documentation Specialist will serve primarily as an interdisciplinary record reviewer focusing primarily on ensuring physician documentation is complete, accurate and representative of the care provided to Moffitt patients and is consistent with the seven criteria for high quality clinical documentation. This involves extensive record review, interaction with physicians, HIM professionals and nursing staff to include case management/utilization review. Active participation in team meetings and education of staff in the clinical documentation management process is a key role.
Qualifications Include:

  • Associate's Degree required
  • Nursing diploma or equivalent may substitute for associate's degree
  • Registered Nurse certification required
  • A minimum five (5) 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 pathology/physiology of disease processes
  • Experience in oncology nursing, utilization review, quality management and/or case management

Preferred experience/knowledge:

  • Bachelor's Degree in Nursing
  • RHIA or RHIT certification


Compensation: Based on experience
Benefits: Health, medical plans, dental plans, vision, prescriptions benefits,  telemedicine, acute care clinic income protection, life insurance, disability, long-term care, voluntary insurance products financial,  403(b), 401(a), 401(k), college advantage 529 plan, Roth IRA, retirement planning and compl... Other benefits include flexible spending accounts, employee assistance plan, employee discount program, prep-paid legal services
Preferred Start Date: May 18, 2015
Position Type: Full-time


Date: May 1, 2015
Job Title:  Clinical Documentation Improvement Specialist (Consulting)
Name of Facility/Hospital:  Provident Management Consulting
Location of Facility/Hospital: Virtual with Travel
Contact Person/email/phone: lsauter@providentedge.com
Contact Address: Please email resumes

Job Description: A Provident Consultant plays a key role in developing work plans, completing complex analyses and preparing “client ready” deliverables.
Responsibilities:

  • Continuously evaluate the quality of clinical documentation to spot incomplete or inconsistent documentation for inpatient encounters that impact the code selection and resulting DRG grouping and payment
  • Assess skill level and competency of CDI staff by reviewing working DRG versus final billed DRG
  • Identify query opportunities missed by CDI staff
  • Review effectiveness and compliance of client queries
  • Perform data and quality reviews on inpatient records to validate ICD-9-CM codes, DRG group appropriateness, and missed secondary diagnosis and procedures, and ensure compliance with all DRG mandates and reporting requirements
  • Identify areas for documentation improvement
  • Conduct client interviews, perform analyses, develop recommendations, and prepare client deliverable presentations
  • Collaborate to plan client engagements

Qualifications:

  • At least 3 years’ experience in clinical documentation improvement; some consulting experience preferred
  • BA/BS in a healthcare-related field
  • Coding credentials (CCS, RHIT, RHIA, CPC) or RN/BSN
  • Detail oriented
  • Excellent interpersonal, written/verbal communication and presentation skills
  • Ability to work independently as well as in a team environment
  • Proficiency with Microsoft Office suite
  • Ability to travel

Compensation:  Competitive compensation
Preferred Start Date: June 2015
Position Type: Independent Contractors for variable project work
 


Date of Request: April 30, 2015
Job Title:  Clinical Documentation Improvement (CDI) Specialist - Seven (7) Openings
Name of Facility/Hospital: Onsite at a static hospital location
Location of Facility/Hospital: Washington, Oregon, or Kentucky
Contact Person/email/phone:  Megan Calvert
Contact Address: Careers@ConiferHealth.com

Job Description: The CDI Specialist is 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. The CDI Specialist exhibits a sufficient knowledge of clinical documentation requirements, MS-DRG Assignment, and clinical conditions or procedures, educates members of the patient care team regarding documentation guidelines, including attending physicians, allied health practitioners, nursing, and case management. ALL HIM and Nursing Applicants will be considered!

Apply today – Click the link below and enter the appropriate job number listed by location!

https://tenet.taleo.net/careersection/10100/jobsearch.ftl

1505016716 –Lexington, KY
1505004172 –Roseburg, OR
1505016461 –Bremerton, WA
1505016462 –Burien, WA
1505003995 –Federal Way, WA
1505019901 –Lakewood, WA
1505003998 –Tacoma, WA

Compensation: Competitive
Benefits: Comprehensive benefit package
Preferred Start Date:
Position Type: Seven (7) full time positions


Date of Request: April 30, 2015
Job Title: Quality Improvement Coder
Name of Facility/Hospital: Sante Health Systems
Location of Facility/Hospital: Fresno, CA
Contact Person/email/phone: Lnorman@santehealth.net
Contact Address: Lnorman@santehealth.net or fax (559) 224-2046

Job Description: Experienced certified coder to assist healthcare providers to identify, resolve issues related to incomplete or missing clinical documentation for onsite continued education. Focus will be on correct coding practices for physicians and office staff.  Will interface with provider partners to successfully mentor and implement ICD9/10, HCPC and CPT guidelines primarily on HCC coding strategies, HEDIS P4P and STAR measures.

Job Requirements:

  • CPC, RHIT, CCS, CPC-H, or CCS-P.
  • Two years HCC coding preferred.
  • Excellent organizational skills, strong oral, written communication skills.  Advanced understanding of medical terminology, pharmacology, body systems, anatomy, physiology, concept of disease processes.  Extensive knowledge of ICD9/10 CM and CPT guidelines required.
  • Familiarity of CMS HCC Risk Adjustment coding and validation requirements preferred.
  • Ability to analyze and interpret professional journals, technical procedures or government regulations; write reports and procedure manuals.

Compensation: Competitive
Benefits: Competitive salary with full benefits
Preferred Start Date: As soon as process is completed.
Position Type: Full-time


Date of Request: April 30,2015
Job Title: Quality Improvement Data Analyst
Name of Facility/Hospital: Sante Health Systems
Location of Facility/Hospital: Fresno, CA
Contact Person/email/phone: Lnorman@santehealth.net
Contact Address: Lnorman@santehealth.net or fax (559) 224-2046

Job Description: QI Analyst will mine data from our Intergy medical billing system, EMR; Conduct analysis and produce reports.  Assist facilitation of optimal use of Greenway’s Intergy Practice Management software for billing data, quality improvement, coding enhancement, reporting for physicians.

Job Requirements:

  • Strong understanding of medical billing systems and interfaces with various EHR systems
  • Advanced user knowledge of MS Office and MS SQL 2000 applications
  • BS degree in Computer Science or related field
  • 2-3 years’ data analyst, 1 yr exp in healthcare setting
  • Ability to present software logically and be able to assist others in understanding the presentation


Compensation: Competitive
Benefits: Full benefits
Preferred Start Date: As soon as process is completed.
Position Type: Full-time


Date of Request: 4/29/15
Job Title:  CDI Consultant
Name of Facility/Hospital: UASI
Location of Facility/Hospital: Remote/Travel
Contact Person/email/phone: Julie Andol, Julie.andol@uasisolutions.com
Contact Address:2245 Gilbert Avenue, Cincinnati, Ohio 45206
Job Description:UASI is continuing to expand our CDI Service offerings and we are currently seeking experienced CDI Specialists to join our consulting team. The CDI specialist will work with various client facilities to analyze and interpret medical record documentation and formulate appropriate physician queries to improve the quality, completeness and accuracy of the medical record. The ideal candidate will have a clinical background with a thorough knowledge of official medical coding guidelines, CMS, and private payer regulations related to the Inpatient Prospective Payment System. The ability to communicate with physicians and hospital staff in a collaborative manner to promote appropriate clinical documentation and quality improvement is a must. Additional requirements include:

 

  • RHIA, RHIT, CCS, CCDS or CDIP credential
  • RN, LPN or LVN is preferred
  • 3-5 years relevant experience in a clinical healthcare setting
  • Previous experience educating, mentoring, or leading workgroups
  • The ability to travel 50% is a plus

Compensation: Competitve

Benefits: UASI is the employer of choice for CDI Services due to our outstanding reputation for excellence within the industry and for our comprehensive benefit package which includes:

  • Medical, dental, vision and life insurance, short/long-term disability, 401(K) and referral bonuses
  • Flexible work schedules, paid holidays, and great PTO
  • Training opportunities, a corporate credit card for expenses (for travel), paid ACDIS/AHIMA dues, reference materials
  • UASI's unique approach to employee appreciation which include: birthday recognition, holiday gift selections, years of service awards and quality bonus programs

Preferred Start Date:  Interested candidates can find out more about our CDI opportunities at www.uasisolutions..com Candidates can also send resumes to hr@uasisolutions.com or via fax to 800-535-5165. UASI is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer. 
Position Type: Full-time


Date of Request: April 27, 2015
Job Title: Clinical Documentation Improvement Specialist
Name of Facility / Hospital: Vista Health System
Location of Facility / Hospital: Waukegan, IL
Contact Person: Courtney Mocny, HR Generalist 847-360-3000 x5259
Contact Address: courtney_mocny@chs.net

Job Description: The Clinical Documentation Specialist is responsible for improving the overall quality and completeness of clinical documentation; facilitates modifications to clinical documentation through extensive interaction with physicians, nursing staff, other patient caregivers, and medical records coding staff to ensure that documentation reflects complete and accurate level of service rendered to patients. Facilitates improvement in the overall quality, completeness and accuracy of medical record documentation through concurrent auditing and evaluation of the medical records. Facilitates accurate clinical documentation to ensure appropriate DRG classification is received for the level of service rendered to all patients with a Diagnosis-Related Group (DRG) payer. Proactively solicits clarification from physicians to ensure points of clarification have been recorded in the patient's chart. Updates the DRG worksheet to monitor any changes in status, procedures/treatments, and confers with physicians in order to assign accurate DRGReconcile DRG difference between Coding staff and CDS. Educates nursing staff, and other clinicians on compliant documentation and accurate coding as well as serve as clinical liaison to the coding. Requirements: State of IL RN Licensure, Bachelors Degree in Nursing, Prior Experience in CDI, hospital experience preferred.

Compensation: Competitive
Benefits: Medical, Dental, Vision, Life, AD&D, Long-Term/Short-Term Disability, Flexible Spending Accounts, 401k w/ Employee Match, Paid Time Off (PTO), Hospital Discount Program
Preferred Start Date: June 1, 2015
Position Type: Full-time, permanent


Date of Request: April 27, 2015
Job Title: DRG Appeals Coordinator--CDI Liaison
Name of Facility / Hospital: Mount Sinai Medical Center
Location of Facility / Hospital: New York, New York
Contact Person: Than Than Lee
Contact Address: thanthan.lee@mountsinai.org

Job Description: In this position, the DRG Appeals Coordinator/CDI liaison is responsible for analyzing medical records, claims data, and coding on all diagnoses and procedures (both medical and surgical) to assure properly assigned diagnostic related grouping (DRG) for purposes of appeal. Analyzes denials and determines when an appeal should be filed to the payor.Determine whether the coding assigned by the client was properly assigned based upon review of the medical documentation and application of the coding guidelines.Develop and apply appeal arguments to defend the coding decisions of our clients while being able to address and refute the coding determination made by the CMS contractor. Draft appeal letters, including the coding argument, to support our client's coding decision.Provide feedback to management regarding trends or patterns noticed in client coding for discussion with client. Collaborate with the MSH Health System's Physician Advisor and HIM team to review denials and coordinate the appeal process. As front-line auditor, reviews cases denied and make determinations whether or not case is appealable by using pre-established criteria, based on third party administrator requirements. Review and analyze PSIs and HACs to ensure that the coding assignment was properly assigned based upon review of the medical documentation and application of the coding

Compensation: Information available upon request
Benefits: Competitive benefit package
Preferred Start Date: April 27, 2015
Position Type: Full-time , Permanent
 


Date of Request: April 27, 2015
Job Title: Clinical Documentation Specialist (three openings)
Name of Facility / Hospital: Mount Sinai Medical Center
Location of Facility / Hospital: New York, New York
Contact Person: Than Than Lee
Contact Address: thanthan.lee@mountsinai.org

Job Description: The Clinical Documentation Specialist is responsible for improving the overall quality and completeness of clinical documentation; facilitates modifications to clinical documentation through extensive interaction with physicians, nursing staff, other patient caregivers, and medical records coding staff to ensure that documentation reflects complete and accurate level of service rendered to patients. Facilitates improvement in the overall quality, completeness and accuracy of medical record documentation through concurrent auditing and evaluation of the medical records. Facilitates accurate clinical documentation to ensure appropriate DRG classification is received for the level of service rendered to all patients with a Diagnosis-Related Group (DRG) payer. Proactively solicits clarification from physicians to ensure points of clarification have been recorded in the patient's chart. Updates the DRG worksheet to monitor any changes in status, procedures/treatments, and confers with physicians in order to assign accurate DRGReconcile DRG difference between Coding staff and CDS. Educates nursing staff, and other clinicians on compliant documentation and accurate coding as well as serve as clinical liaison to the coding.

Note: There are three (3) openings

Compensation: Available upon request
Benefits: Competitive benefits package
Preferred Start Date: April 27, 2015
Position Type: Full-time , Permanent
 


Date of Request: April 27, 2015       
Job Title:  Clinical Documentation Improvement Specialist
Name of Facility/Hospital:  St. Joseph Medical Center
Location of Facility/Hospital: Houston, TX
Contact Person/email/phone:  Lisa Karahan 713-756-5307
Contact Address: 1401 St. Joseph Parkway, Houston, TX  77002   

Job Description:  The Clinical Documentation Specialist is responsible for improving overall quality and completeness of clinical documentation.  Specialist facilitates modifications to clinical documentation to accurately reflect patient severity of illness and risk of mortality through extensive interaction with physicians, care management, nursing staff, other patient caregivers and medical record coding staff.  Ensures the accuracy and completeness of clinical information used for measuring and reporting physician and hospital outcomes. Reports concurrent chart review and query outcomes to hospital departments and committees at designated intervals. Utilizes monitoring tools to track the progress of the CDI program. Maintains accurate records of review activities to comply with departmental and regulatory agency guidelines. Understands and complies with policies and procedures related to confidentiality of medical records. Identifies opportunities for intradepartmental and interdepartmental operational improvements. Participates in program related meetings, physician and staff education, staff development, departmental activities and in-service opportunities.

Compensation: Available upon request
Benefits:  Competitive benefit package
Preferred Start Date: Open
Position Type: Two (2) full time positions


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