Department:OH1MH_65011_001 Health Information Mgmt Mce
Expected Weekly Hours:40
Position Purpose:At Mount Carmel, we’re committed to making a meaningful difference in the lives of our patients and communities. Our colleagues – people like you – share our passion for always going above and beyond to provide the highest standards of care.
Job Description Details:
Our Manager, Health Information Management Manager, Health Information Management functions as the primary contact for the HIM department within the assigned facility, with overall responsibility for health information management services that support the assigned facility 24 hours a day, seven days per week. Health Information Management includes: prep/scanning, quality review, analysis and completion; storage and retrieval; birth certificate processing; release of information; master patient index maintenance; and physician occurrence monitoring.
- Responsible for the analysis and delivery of health information management services at an assigned facility. This includes health information management services that may be vendor contracted and/or performed by MCHS associates. Health Information Management includes: prepping/scanning, quality review, analysis and completion; storage and retrieval; birth certificate processing; release of information; master patient index maintenance; and physician occurrence monitoring.
- Responsible for managing health information management services and the Health
- Information Management workgroup at an assigned facility.
- Responsible for maintaining the day-to-day support of existing (or newly implemented) health information management services (at an assigned facility) at optimal service levels.
- Responsible for the analysis and delivery of health information management services throughout the assigned facility. Working in conjunction with the Director, Health
- Information Management, and other site Managers, develops and maintains policies and procedures, quality and quantity monitors, and department and facility performance improvement initiatives. Monitors monthly budget utilization as appropriate, taking appropriate action as needed. Makes recommendations for capital and expense purchases.
- Performance is measured by meeting/exceeding agreed-upon customer service levels with an emphasis on quality and customer satisfaction while controlling costs of providing health information management services at an assigned facility.
- Responsible for approximately 15-30 FTEs per site.
- Education: Graduate of a 2 or 4 year Health Information Management program required.
- Licensure / Certification: Certification as a Registered Health Information. Administrator or
- Registered Health Information Technician is required.
- Experience: Minimum of two years' experience in health information management is required. Minimum of one year previous supervisory experience required.
- Comprehensive knowledge of medical record practice applications with emphasis on medico legal aspects, storage and retrieval, record completion and performance improvement is required.
- Ability to interpret and apply Joint Commission standards to health information management operations.
- Strong working knowledge of HIM departmental organization, function, operations and its interactions with medical staff and other hospital departments.
- Must be able to work effectively as a leader with the remainder of the HIM leadership team to analyze new and existing processes for all HIM functions and to provide optimal service in a cost-effective manner.
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