IHIMA Job Board

Welcome to IHIMA’s Job Board, a benefit for IHIMA and AHIMA members. The Job Board helps job seekers find jobs and employers find staff in the health information management field.

SUBMISSION DETAILS: To complete the online submission form, please click here.

IHIMA Job Board postings are $150 per posting and will remain active on the IHIMA website for 90 days or unless we are notified sooner that the job has been filled. Notice of a NEW job posting will be emailed to the IHIMA membership list on Friday in the form of a Job Alert. This alert is sent to over 2,500 IHIMA members. The email links the recipients directly to the Job Board listing on the IHIMA website.

NOTE: Job postings will not be displayed on the IHIMA website until it is paid.

If you have any questions, please contact IHIMA Central Office at
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Columbus Regional Health

Position: Director - System Health Information and Coding
Full Time

Date Posted: September 28, 2022

Organization Introduction
We believe that everyone in our community deserves the finest healthcare. And in order to make true on this belief, we're committed to being the best at everything we do. We believe that if we can be better, we must be better. And that's what makes Columbus Regional Hospital consistently get recognized as a top quality Indiana Hospital. Our staff works as a team of physicians, nurses, volunteers, therapists, pharmacists, clinicians, managers, administrators, and support staff — as well as our Board of Trustees — redefining what it means to provide the best in healthcare. As a top Indiana hospital, we're proud to have a culture of excellence. We're inspired to stay abreast of the newest medical technologies and procedures, and to strive for constant improvements. This pursuit of excellence has also led us to national recognition and benchmark performance in many areas. Columbus Regional Health's clinical excellence rivals that of the largest hospitals in Indiana, in part due to our state-of-the-art technological developments. Despite the disruption to services caused by the flood in 2008, we have continued to implement the newest technologies available to us. In fact, when critical supplies were damaged, we seized the opportunity to make upgrades. Nearly all radiology and diagnostic equipment used for inpatient, outpatient, and emergency room care has been replaced. The new technology provides faster scan times and higher quality images, providing quicker and more accurate diagnosis for our patients.

Job Description
The Director – System Health Information Management and Coding provide strategic management, coordination, and oversight for system-wide Health Information, hospital and professional coding, clinical documentation improvement, and privacy services.  This role is responsible for ensuring accuracy and timeliness of the core functions of clinical documentation improvement, coding, ED charge capture, and transcription, the release of information, document scanning, chart completion, record retention, and system data integrity. The director is responsible for the oversight of the enterprise-wide medical record and the release of medical information from the medical record or other sources of stored patient data. “Medical records” include written documents, computerized electronic information, radiology film and scans, laboratory reports and pathology slides, videos, audio recordings, and other forms of information regarding the condition of a patient. This role provides direction for compliance concerns through collaboration with Columbus Regional Health Leadership. The Director – System Health Information and Coding serve as the role of Privacy Officer, in relation to protected health information, for Columbus Regional Hospital, Columbus Regional Health Physicians, Columbus Diagnostic Imaging, and affiliated long-term care facilities.

Required Qualifications

  • Registered Health Information Administrator RHIA credential required.
  • Previous Privacy Officer Role required.
  • Master’s degree preferred or equivalent, or seven to ten years’ Health Information related experience and/or training; five years of management experience required or equivalent combination of education and experience.

Education Requirements:
•Bachelor’s degree in Health Information Administration is required.

Preferred Qualifications:
•Master’s degree preferred

Contingent upon experience


Cameron Memorial Community Hospital

Position: Coder - Certified
Full Time

Date posted: June 30, 2022

Organization Introduction:
Cameron Memorial Community Hospital is a 25-bed, independent, not-for-profit facility that proudly serves Angola and Steuben County. We’ve been a cornerstone of this community and the surrounding area in northeast Indiana dating back to 1926. Over the years, we’ve helped generation after generation of area residents enjoy better health and live comfortably. Today, Cameron Hospital has grown into something more than a simple community hospital. Filled with advanced equipment and skilled specialists, Cameron is a modern, high-tech facility that provides advanced diagnostics, a variety of specialties and cutting-edge treatment options that are combined with highly personalized and compassionate care.

Job Description:
We are looking for a professional who has a certification in medical coding that can assist us with coding medical documentation. To ensure success you need to make judicious decisions on which codes to assign in each instance, and function to a high level of accuracy.

Required Qualifications:
Anatomy, Physiology and Medical Terminology Curriculum

Education Requirements:
High school graduate or equivalent.

Preferred Qualifications:
Certified Professional Coder (CPC), Certified Coding Specialist (CCS), or equivalent

80 Hours Bi-Weekly, 1st Shift (Remote available)
This is a full time, benefit eligible position

How to Apply:

Additional Information:
Reviews and analyzes medical records and operative reports to accurately assign a procedure code (CPT or ICD-10-PCS) and diagnosis code (ICD-10-CM) according to CPT and ICD-10-CM coding guidelines. Reviews documentation for query opportunities to improve provider documentation. Maintains coding accuracy of 95% and productivity standards. Works in conjunction with the HIM Supervisor on follow-up and resolution of coding related denials.

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