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Records Management Coordinator
The Records Management Coordinator exists to supervise, manage and provide leadership of the records management function within Direct Care & Treatment Services.
Responsibilities include but are not limited to:
Creation and management of a program plan that includes the management of medical / health records, location, maintenance and retention of that information
Oversight of the records management process will include the transition of documentation managed currently on paper to electronic.
Management of medical record file rooms, working in coordination with HIMS Supervisors.
Electronic Health Record (EHR) implementation and ensuring information is accessible as needed to provide care & treatment to individuals served and to respond to requests.
Direct and supervise staff in identified areas of the system to complete health information management duties related to records management. This includes data privacy and security, record retention and storage, (EHR) implementation and maintenance, and compliance with regulatory and licensing agencies.
Qualifications & Requirements Please ensure your resume reflects your experience in the areas below:
A Bachelors degree in Health Information Management and a certification (RHIA) with the American Health Information Management
(1) year of supervisory experience OR (2) years of advanced professional experience OR (5) years of advanced technical/paraprofessional experience within Health Care Records Management.
Experience with medical record and health information management principles and practices and their application to health care facilities, record management and information systems.
Experience with State, Federal laws, rules and regulations and accreditation and licensing requirements relative to record and health information management, court orders, and data privacy, access, and release of information.
Experience with the transition to an electronic health record and the core HIM functions such as document management.