Program Records Coordinator (Part-Time)
Primary Location: MD-MDArbutus-1540 Caton Center Dr
Function:Office and Administrative Support
MD Program Records Coordinator job posting
Are you organized, with strong clerical and computer skills? Looking for a career making a difference in the lives of children and families?
We are currently seeking a PART TIME Program Records Coordinator in our Baltimore office.
The Program Records Coordinator compiles, verifies, types, and files client records. The PRC will respond to requests for medical records, delivers charts to assigned clinicians or Program Director level staff by following established routing procedures and perform other assigned clerical duties. The Program Records Coordinator will enter and retrieve client data from the medical records systems and maintains client confidence by keeping client records information confidential.
- Maintains files and client records in a timely manner by updating and filing client data upon receipt of information. This includes the paper and electronic charting pieces.
- Initiates records for new clients and creates computer index. Prepares file labels and maintains and audits filing sequence.
- Assists in copying and distribution of record information per policy. Sends and receives information via facsimile machine.
- Operates computer to enter and retrieve client data.
- Maintains forms supply, including packet preparation.
- Maintain and monitor data related to our evidence based model through computer software.
- Reviews clinical documentation prepared by program staff to ensure that timecard and clinical documentation coincide. Ensures accuracy of all data. Provides appropriate and timely follow-up and tracking as needed.
- Forwards appropriate documents and information to other program staff upon request.
- Keeps supervisor informed and communicates problems or issues.
- Performs other related duties and activities as required.
- High School Diploma or equivalent and six months of general office experience
- Strong computer skills
- Experience in medical records preferred
Founded in 1980, The MENTOR Network is a national network of local human services providers offering an array of quality, community-based services in more than 30 states to adults and children with intellectual and developmental disabilities, brain and spinal cord injuries and other catastrophic injuries and illnesses, and to youth with emotional, behavioral and medically complex challenges as well as their families.
Come join our team of dedicated and caring professionals. Apply Today!