HIM Associate II Cardiology - Plano, TX
Location: Plano, Texas US
Requisition Number: 19018354
The Health Information Management (HIM) Associate II is responsible and accountable for a wide variety of functions within the HIM Department. These functions can include the following: assembling and assigning chart deficiencies; gather and submitting birth certificate information; providing follow-up activities on the behalf of the Cancer Registry; receiving and researching issues with transcription; filming or scanning images for record retention; and researching and locating medical records for internal needs of the HIM Department. The specific functions assigned depend on complexity of the facility and its staffing needs. The HIM Associate II will also assigns medical records to appropriate locations and locates medical records using the automated chart tracking system, will provide coverage in the Physicianï¿½s incomplete area and answers Physician questions, as necessary. Works closely with direct Manager to ensure operational needs of facility are met.
The ideal HIM Associate II will have excellent verbal and written communication skills.
ï¿½ Specialty/Department/Practice ï¿½ Cardiology - Clinic
ï¿½ Shift/Schedule ï¿½ Full-time, Days
ï¿½ Benefits ï¿½ Our competitive benefits package includes*:
ï¿½ Immediate eligibility for health and welfare benefits
ï¿½ 401(k) savings plan with dollar-for-dollar match up to 5%
ï¿½ Tuition Reimbursement
ï¿½ PTO accrual beginning Day 1
*Note: Benefits may vary based upon position type and/or level.
ï¿½ H.S. Diploma/ GED equivalent required
ï¿½ 1-3 months of related on-the-job training required
Community / Marketing Title: HIM Associate II Cardiology - Plano, TX
Location_formattedLocationLong: Plano, Texas US
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