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Date Job Title Company
9/18/14 Certified Hospital Coder Columbia Memorial Hospital
9/18/14 Reimbursement Specialist Team Leader Salem Clinic, P.C.
9/11/14 Health Information Technician Majoris Health Systems Oregon, Inc.
9/2/14 NextGen® E.H.R Administrator Hope Orthopedics of Oregon
8/29/14 Health Information Management Manager Shriners Hospitals For Children
8/20/14 Certified Hospital Coder Harney District Hospital
8/4/14 Remote Coding Specialist - All Record Types LexiCode

Certified Hospital Coder
Columbia Memorial Hospital

Introduction:
Columbia Memorial Hospital, located in beautiful and historic Astoria, Oregon, is seeking a detail oriented candidates for our Coder position in our Health Information Management (HIM) Department.

The mission of CMH is to provide excellence, leadership and compassion in the enhancement of health for those we serve. CMH is an Independent, Non-Profit, Planetree designated Hospital.

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Job Description:
Our Coders are responsible for timely and accurate assignment of ICD-9-CM and CPT coding for diagnosis and procedures for each outpatient services visit, outpatient surgery, Emergency Department record, and inpatient patient record, capturing Evaluation & Management codes for ED, facility, and professional charges, capturing observation hours and procedures for Med/Surg, OB, and ICU departments and for releasing accounts for billing when all requirements have been met. This position is vital in the delivery of quality patient-centered care at CMH.
Preferred Qualifications:
5 years experience as a hospital certified (preferred) coder. Must have a thorough knowledge of all hospital-based ICD-9-CM diagnostic, and CPT procedure coding practices, rules, and industry standards. Knowledge of Medical terminology and HFAP charting requirements as it pertains to coding. Knowledge and understanding of hospital billing practices as it relates to coding practices. Preferred current status as CCS, CCS-p, or CCA certified coder from an accredited certification agency such as AHIMA or HIMSS.
Compensation/Benefits:
Status: Full Time (72-80 hours per pay period)
Shift: Day
Salary Range: SEIU Grade 13/14
Overtime Work Rule: 8/80
Benefits Eligible: Yes
Instructions for Resume Submission:
Apply online at www.columbiamemorial.org.

As a condition of employment, finalists for this position are subject to a background check including, but not limited to: drug screen, criminal, education, employment history check; industry specific credentials check and/or motor vehicle check. Columbia Memorial Hospital is an Equal Opportunity Employer committed to the development of an inclusive, multicultural community.

Reimbursement Specialist Team Leader
Salem Clinic, P.C.

Introduction:
We are looking for an experienced, certified medical coder to lead our on-site team of reimbursement specialists. We are a multi-specialty, multi-location physician group who provides both ambulatory and hosptial based services. We have Family Medicine, Internal Medicine, Allergy, OB/GYN, General Surgery, Dietitian, Behavioral Health and Urgent Care services, as well as on-site laboratory and radiology. We do have a full time hospitalist provider team, and our OB/GYNs and surgeons provide about 50% of their services at the local hospital. Salem Clinic is highly focused on customer service and teamwork.
Job Description:
Job Summary/Position Objective: To accurately assign a CPT code(s), HCPCS code(s), modifier(s) and all applicable ICD-9/ICD-10-CM codes to all assigned patient encounters and procedures in a timely manner. To carefully review all assigned tasks in billing queue and return appropriate coding to Health Plan Services in a timely manner. To provide feedback on documentation opportunities to Director of EHI and nursing administration as appropriate. To supervise the day-to-day activities in the Reimbursement Specialist department to ensure productivity, accuracy, efficiency and protocol compliance within the team. To assist with hiring, disciplinary and evaluation processes for the staff. To participate in goal setting and change management activities within the department to allow for continuous quality improvement. To spearhead training for industry wide coding related topics for all pertinent departments within the clinic; e.g. code set changes such as ICD-10.!
Required Qualifications:
  • Certified medical coder (CCS-P or CPC)
  • 5 years minimum ambulatory coding experience
  • Completion of ICD-10-CM training
  • Time management and organization skills
  • Strong communication skills (verbal and written)
  • 2 years leadership experience
Preferred Qualifications:
  • 2 years minimum experience coding professional hospital services and surgical procedures
  • Experience with online encoder
  • Possess excellent problem solving skills
  • Good with change management
Education Qualifications:
  • High school graduation or equivalent
  • Completion of coding program
  • Completion of ICD-10-CM training
Compensation/Benefits:
This is a salaried position that carries excellent benefits. Salary to be determined based upon certification, schooling and experience.

After successful completion of the 90 -day probationary period, benefits include: medical/vision/dental/mental health insurance paid for 100% by the company, paid time off for sick/vacation time, 6 paid holiday each year, among others. After one year of employment, for employees aged 21 or over, a 401K plan is provided and the company pays 10% of the gross salary into the plan.
Instructions for Resume Submission:
Applications can be downloaded at www.salemclinic.org.

Resumes can be submitted to jobs@salemclinic.org.

 
Health Information Technician
Majoris Health Systems Oregon, Inc.

Introduction:
Be a part of managed care with a difference as a Health Information Technician managing all incoming documentation, including medical records and claim information, for a successful MCO.

About the Company:

Majoris Health Systems is a growing, multi-state managed care organization with a proactive approach to medical management focused on quality, service and cost in order to provide managed care at its best. Since 1991, we have contracted with physicians, hospitals, and other health care providers to provide timely and appropriate medical services to covered employees with work-related injuries or illnesses.
Job Description:
Principal duties will include:
  • Utilize the company’s document management software to assign indexing values to all incoming claim related data to ensure proper organization and accessibility for the end user(s) on a daily basis
  • Provide clerical assistance on assigned claims, such as electronic filing, electronic file organization and review & processing of incoming mail and faxes daily
  • Maintenance and updating the indexing procedures, including the process of indexing incoming documents and the indexing conventions that are used for this process
Preferred Qualifications:
Preferred candidates will have a Health Information Technology degree or certificate, or equivalent work experience. The ability to work independently and focus on singular tasks for long periods of time while maintaining a high level of attention to detail is a must. Consistent and dependable attendance and punctuality is expected, and essential to being successful in this position. Intermediate computer skills will be required.
Compensation/Benefits:
$11 - $13 DOE Plus Competitive Benefits Package
Instructions for Resume Submission:
Interested candidates should submit a resume & cover letter to jobs@majorishealthsystems.com.

NextGen® E.H.R Administrator
Hope Orthopedics of Oregon

Introduction:
Could this be you? The people of Hope Orthopedics are passionate about providing patient centered service excellence and delivering world class musculoskeletal care. Hope Orthopedics of Oregon, a patient-centered orthopedic practice with 14 orthopedic surgeons and 10 physician assistants/nurse practitioners, and over 135 support staff members offers a full spectrum of orthopedic care in our downtown location. We also offer X-Ray, MRI, a cast and brace department, on-site lab and EKG, as well as physical and hand therapy.
Job Description:
Our EHR Administrator is responsible for NextGen® use in clinic, providing support to over 100 users. The EHR Administrator:
  • Manages all aspects of NextGen® EHR use in the clinic including: support, preferences, coverage for ICS & EPM, template development, ongoing employee and physician education, training and development, upgrades and updates, and guides data entry staff;
  • Assures integrity of data by performing EHR system maintenance;
  • Assists in developing, evaluating, implementing and supporting other applications and systems interfacing/integrating with the EHR including development of SOPs for each system;
  • Supports, assesses, and trains for Dragon integration into EHR processes;
  • Attends NextGen® User Group Meetings
Required Qualifications:
  • Associates or Bachelor’s degree in nursing or an allied health care profession
  • Degree or industry certifications in information technology or applications
  • Strong application experience and use/integration of EHR into a clinical setting
  • Ability to write code, develop and modify macros and templates
  • Documented experience in adult education, training and validating methods
  • Effective communication and training skills
  • Excellent customer service skills and a high-level professional demeanor
  • Detail-oriented and organized with excellent time-management skills
Preferred Qualifications:
  • NextGen® experience; NextGen® certification in EHR/EPM
  • Industry certifications RHIT/RHIA
Compensation/Benefits:
Our employees enjoy a competitive benefits package that includes health, dental, vision, disability and retirement; seven holidays, 10 vacation and 8 sick days annually; free parking.
Instructions for Resume Submission:
Download our application at http://www.hopeorthopedics.com/careers.

Submit your application, resume and cover letter to Careers@HopeOrthopedics.com or fax to (503)316-3780.

Health Information Management Manager
Shriners Hospitals For Children

Introduction:
Shriners Hospitals for Children - Portland is seeking a full-time Health Information Management Manager
Job Description:
The Health Information Management Manager is responsible for managing, coordinating, and performing day-to-day HIM departmental operations and staff supervision. The HIM Manager will oversee and implement facility related HIM operational planning/initiatives, budgets, workflow processes and internal controls. Responsibilities include; interviewing, hiring and training employees; plans, assigns and directs workflow, appraises employee performance and rewards and disciplines accordingly; addresses complaints and resolves problems; and actively oversees and manages production and quality control efforts. Implement and support all Corporate HIM initiatives and activities. Provide support to HIM Departments at the facility level for department operations, reimbursement opportunities, various program implementation, and HIM specific system installations.
Required Qualifications:
EDUCATION REQUIRED:
  • Registered Health Information Technician (RHIT) or Administrator (RHIA) Certification

EXPERIENCE REQUIRED:

  • Minimum three years of acute-care HIM department head level management experience
  • Experience in the development and management of HIM department budget
  • Experience in small to mid-size hospitals
  • Experience in project management
  • Preferred knowledge of information systems and healthcare applications in addition to database applications and report writing software
  • Preferred experience with electronic record systems – Cerner PowerChart
Instructions for Resume Submission:
Please submit your resume to pdxhr@shrinenet.org.
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Certified Hospital Coder
Harney District Hospital

Introduction:
Live and work in the wide open spaces of Eastern Oregon's Harney County. Harney District Hospital is seeking an experienced In Patient Coder to complete our HIM department. Enjoy the relaxed lifestyle you've always dreamed of and join our skilled, professional team.
Job Description:
Apply the appropriate diagnostic and procedural codes to patient health information for data retrieval, analysis and claims processing. Abstract pertinent information from patient records. Assign ICD-9-CM, CPT or HCPCS codes accurately to individual patient health records and release in a timely manner. Query physician when necessary.
Required Qualifications:
Knowledge of standard hospital coding practices, CPT and ICD-9 codes. CCS or CPC certification in hand.

ON SITE POSITION, NO DISTANCE APPLICANTS PLEASE.
Preferred Qualifications:
Prefer at least one year of hospital in-patient coding experience. Critical Access Hospital experience a plus.
Education Qualifications:
Equivalent to a high school education and six (6) months of related experience. CCS or CPC certification
Compensation/Benefits:
$19.42-26.12 per hour DOE.

Full benefits package, medical, dental, vision and prescription no premiums to employee, available to family. PERS retirement, wellness program and many other benefits.
Instructions for Resume Submission:
submit application online through our website: http://harneydh.iapplicants.com/ViewJob-608207.html
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Remote Coding Specialist - All Record Types
LexiCode

Introduction:
Inpatient and Outpatient Surgery coder openings are available now for positive and self-motivated coding professionals to join our growing remote services team. You can work full-time coding from your home office for our U.S. acute care hospital clients.

LexiCode is the leading provider of HIM Coding and Consulting Services nationwide and our exceptional employees make this possible. Our leadership is made up of HIM professionals, like you. Join our team and enjoy the benefits of being part of this great combination of HIM skills and expertise.
Job Description:
  • Work remotely from the your home office providing coding services to our U.S. based clients
  • Review medical records and assign pertinent diagnosis and procedure codes based on the patient’s medical record
  • Abstract appropriate information from the medical record based on the guidelines provided by the client
  • Meet coding productivity and accuracy expectations
Required Qualifications:
  • RHIA, RHIT, or CCS credential from AHIMA
  • 1 or more years of recent coding experience in U.S. acute care hospital
  • Inpatient and Outpatient Surgery coding
  • Top coding skills
  • Ability to work from home using DSL or cable high speed internet
Preferred Qualifications:
Experience with EMR, multiple encoders and abstracting systems
Compensation/Benefits:
LexiCode Offers:
  • Excellent hourly compensation
  • Generous productivity incentive plan
  • Flexible schedules
  • Computer with dual monitors
  • 3M Encoder with full coding and CDI references, and coding books
  • Referral bonuses
  • Full-time work guarantee
  • Multiple clients available
  • No downtime
  • Continuing education, including ICD-10 Training

Benefits:

  • Insurance benefits include; health, dental, vision, life, and disability
  • 15 PTO days and 8 paid holidays
  • Free CE’s and CE reimbursement
  • 401(k) retirement savings plan
  • Healthcare spending and dependent daycare accounts
Instructions for Resume Submission:
Apply Online: www.lexicode.jobs