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.

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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 [email protected].


NeuroPsychiatric Hospitals
Health Information Management Specialist/Coder

Full time
(Post Date: July 30, 2021)

Organization Introduction:
HEALING THE BODY AND MIND Founded fifteen (15) years ago, NPH is the largest hospital system in the nation providing care to patients with both neurological and medical needs.  We are unique in that we serve a population which others have been previously been unable to, largely due the patient’s underlying medial issues.  Our facilities maintain an inter-disciplinary focus using a multi-specialty approach for both neuropsychiatric and complex medical care issues.  This proven approach provides unrivaled quality care for all of our patients.  We have multiple locations throughout the United States and are continuing to add locations to ensure better access to our unique model of care.

Job Description:

The Health Information Specialist:
  • Assembles and analyzes medical records.
  • Retrieves and files medical records.
  • Performs Document Imaging functions to include scanning and review of scanned images.
  • Releases medical records in accordance with appropriate laws/agencies.
  • Perform a variety of clerical duties involved in maintaining patient medical records to include filing, retrieving and distributing medical records, loose notes and reports.
  • Maintains associated logs and records in accordance with established priorities as well as procedures in any section of the HIM Department.
Neuropsychiatric Hospitals and Capella University have partnered to provide education and degree advancement to any employee at a discounted price!

Required Qualifications:
NeuroPsychiatric Hospitals has an exciting opportunity for an EXPERIENCED, DETAIL-ORIENTED, SELF-STARTER/INDEPENDENT THINKER, HIGHLY ORGANIZED AND DEADLINE-ORIENTED AUDITING EXPERT Health Information Specialist/Coder in our HIM Department. This position will be a dual role - Specialist and Medical Coder. MUST BE AN CPC, RHIT OR RHIA TO APPLY!!

Education Requirements:
High School Diploma or GED required.

Preferred Qualifications:
Associates is Preferred.
Experience: Prefer one year of medical records experience.

Compensation/Benefits:
NeuroPsychiatric Hospitals offers exceptional compensation packages, including:

  • Medical Insurance
  • Dental Insurance
  • Vision Insurance
  • Life Insurance
  • Supplemental Employee and Dependent Life Insurance
  • Short Term Disability
  • Long Term Disability
  • 401(k)
  • Paid Time Off
  • Extended Illness Leave

Indiana University Student Health Center
Part-Time Coder

Part-time Temporary
(Post Date: July 28, 2021)

Organization Introduction
The mission of the Indiana University Student Health Center is to provide student-centered, high-quality medical, psychological care, and wellness services in support of Indiana University Bloomington’s commitment to enhance the student experience and student success.

Our vision: The Indiana University Student Health Center strives to create a healthy and safe campus community by engaging and empowering students to maximize personal well-being and by providing effective, innovative programs and services.

Our core values: Caring with Compassion:

  • Students’ experiences are welcoming, personal, inclusive, and supportive.
  • Delivering Student-Centered Health Care: Maintain, develop, and enhance services for all students.
  • Providing Tools for Healthy Bodies and Minds: Create a healthy and safe campus community by engaging and empowering students to maximize personal well-being through effective, innovative programs and services.
  • Making a Difference: Create an inclusive and supportive work environment.
https://healthcenter.indiana.edu/index.html

Job Description
The coder will research and code all assigned work based on established or stated priorities; code diagnosis, procedures, services and supplies and ensure ICD-10-CM, CPT-4, and HCPCS codes and modifiers are complete. Review patient's record to ensure conditions of care, services, and/or procedures are properly documented by the providers. Use judgment to adapt and interpret data to meet the data collection requirements accurately and within established time constraints. Work closely with members of the health care team to perform the coding activities with highest possible degree of accuracy. Review records thoroughly for documentation of final diagnosis and procedures, complications, and co-morbid conditions. Ensure physician documentation supports the diagnoses and procedures coded. Review the patient records to ensure all conditions for which care was given have been documented by the physician in the proper sequence of importance, and all services and procedures have been described appropriately and are related to clinical diagnosis recorded.

 

Required Qualifications:
2 years of coding experience

Education Requirements

  • Associate's degree accredited by the American Health Information Management Association (AHMA) in medical record technology or health information;
  • OR Post-high school course study in medical record technology, which includes courses in anatomy, physiology, medical terminology, medical record techniques and procedures, rules of coding for ICD-10-CM, CPT-4, modifiers, and HCPCS.

Preferred Qualifications
AHIMA certification as CCS-P or CCS preferred. Will consider CCA, RHIA or RHIT with coding experience.

Compensation/Benefits
Part-time; remote position with possible in-house training; equipment will be provided

Website URL to Apply:

How to Apply:
Job ID 295433


 

Franciscan Health
Coder- Remote

Full Time
(Post Date: May 25, 2021)

Organization Introduction
The health ministry of Franciscan Alliance, Inc. (Franciscan) is a continuation of the healing ministry of Jesus Christ and is carried out in our Franciscan tradition by the Sisters, coworkers, physicians, volunteers, and boards of each institution of the health system. Each Franciscan Alliance coworker acknowledges this corporate health ministry and shares responsibility with other System coworkers for implementation of the Sisters’ mission and philosophy in the work performed throughout this corporate ministry.

Job Description
Essential Job Functions/Competencies

  • Meets defined coding accuracy and production standards and demonstrates a thorough knowledge of coding guidelines, medical terminology, anatomy/physiology, reimbursement schemes, and Payor specific guidelines.
  • Reviews and analyzes the content of medical records to appropriately assign ICD diagnosis procedure codes, CPT procedure codes, and modifiers to meet coding guidelines.
  • Notifies coding leadership of trends and topics for education and feedback to physicians and departments.
  • Identifies and enters data elements for abstracting. • Participates actively in performance improvement teams, projects, and committees.

Required Qualifications:
Certified Coding Specialist (CCS) Required 

Education Requirements

  • High School Diploma/GED Required
  • Associate's Degree Health Information Management + 3 years experience Preferred
  • Bachelor's Degree Health Information Management +2 years experience Preferred

Preferred Qualifications:

  • Registered Health Information Administrator (RHIA) Preferred or Within 6 months
  • Registered Health Information Technician (RHIT) Preferred or Within 6 months

Compensation/Benefits:
Competitive pay rates and benefits with coding career ladder available. Continuing education is valued within our organization, as a result annual membership dues and CEUs are budgeted. Additionally, an internal education and auditing team assist the coder with professional growth. Remote coding, all hardware and software equipment supplied. Flex time available.

Website URL to Apply:
https://jobs.franciscanhealth.org/

How to Apply:
Enter Coder in the search tool.


Grant-Blackford Mental Health, Inc. (GBMH)
Corporate Compliance Officer

Full Time
(Post Date: May 13, 2021)

Organization Introduction
Grant-Blackford Mental Health, Inc. (GBMH) is a not-for profit corporation doing business as Cornerstone Behavioral Health Center, Milestone Addiction Services, and Keystone Family Resource Center in Marion, Indiana and Hester Hollis Concern Center in Hartford City, Indiana. It is governed by a Board of Directors. GBMH provides mental health and substance abuse services to persons of all ages. The Center operates 21 properties in the two-county area and serves a range of ages from preschoolers in their homes to psycho geriatric clients in long term care. The Center also has its own freestanding inpatient unit. GBMH has been operating its flagship, Cornerstone Behavioral Health Center, since 1975, though its history with outpatient treatment stems back to 1950.The Center is well known for its continuing care adult program, providing a large (30,000 square foot) Community Support Program. It is known for having the longest continuously running psychosocial rehab club in Indiana. GBMH provides a creative variety of housing options for clients and a very active community outreach case management service. Grant-Blackford is accredited by The Joint Commission. It holds the following licenses and certifications: Private Mental Health Institution, Community Mental Health Center Addictions Services, Provider Sub-acute Stabilization Certification, Supervised Group Facility Living. Grant-Blackford employs over 180 people and serves over 3,000 outpatients and over 600 inpatients per year.

Job Description
Grant-Blackford has an opening for a Corporate Compliance Officer. The Corporate Compliance Officer is responsible for programs, policies, and practices that ensure that all departments are in compliance with organizational accreditation standards. Monitors compliance with federal, state, and local regulatory requirements. Prepares compliance reports to present to senior management, develops Code of Conduct, responds to alleged violations of rules, regulations, policies and procedures, collaborates with key management and auditors to direct compliance issues to appropriate existing channels for investigating and resolutions, acts as independent review and evaluation body, identifies potential areas of compliance vulnerability and risk, interacts with staff and others in a positive, helpful and professional manner, responds timely to inquiries from staff and/or others, participates in appropriate team and/or administrative meetings, proactively creates and executes a professional development plan and provides training, coaching and mentoring.

Required Qualifications:
4 to 7 years of related experience. Excellent written, verbal and presentation skills.

Education Requirements:
Bachelor's Degree in healthcare related field required.

Preferred Qualifications:
Master's preferred. RHIT/RHIA credential preferred

Compensation/Benefits:
Commensurate with experience.

Website URL to Apply:
www.cornerstone.org

How to Apply:
Apply at www.cornerstone.org.
Call 765-662-3971 and ask for Human Resources for more information.
You may also e-mail Misty Stewart, HR Generalist at [email protected]

Additional Information:
Full job description available upon request. Call 765-662-3971 and ask for Human Resources or e-mail [email protected] for more information.


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