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Health Information Specialist III
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Job Description

Coordinate tasks that support complete, accurate and timely processing of transcribed documents. Coordinate Outreach visits in a multi-state area to obtain patient rosters and register patients in EPIC for Outreach visits. Import documents from ancillary database systems and Outreach facilities, including external EMR systems. Install/configure and train users on digital dictation devices used by Outreach providers. Work with customers, providers and CUMG to make corrections of information as needed to documentation systems, electronic medical record (CIS), the dictation application and electronic templates; process requests to add amendments or addendums to reports; and collaborate with IT staff or other colleagues to help resolve difficult or complex issues. Assist providers by phone or in person with the appropriate use of the dictation system, electronic signature or electronic templates, including troubleshooting and application training. Manage the provider data of all non-credentialed and referring providers, validating licensure and eligibility status with CMS. Work with vendors and colleagues to analyze, build, test, validate and implement new or updated applications or interfaces with other systems.


Required Education/Experience: - Associate's Degree or two (2) years' college coursework in Medical/Health Records, Health Information Technology, Health Information Administration, or related field - Two (2) or more years of work experience within Health Information Management, experience as a user of HIM applications, or have provided application support - Experience that combines clinical knowledge of analytical and technical skills. Required Credentials: - N/A. Preferred: - Bachelor's Degree in computer science, math, health information, or related field - Experience providing Tier 1 support by phone for application users - Specialized knowledge or familiarity with healthcare clinical applications, software, and interfaces - Work or technical experience in information systems in an acute healthcare setting.

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