Provide clerical and analysis support to the Health Information Management Department.
The Health Information Tech (âTechâ) is tasked with the collecting, organizing, retrieval and delivery of medical records. In addition, the Tech will also generate reports, perform electronic document validation and assist with the ongoing training of staff and clinicians on the electronic health record system. Work with USC General Counsel for requests pertaining to subpoenas and/or legal matter for medical or mental health records.Â
Minimum Education:â¢AS Degree in Health Information TechnologyMinimum Experience/Knowledge:â¢2 years of experience in dealing with legal request and mental health practicesâ¢Proficient in Microsoft Office (i.e., Microsoft Word, Outlook, Excel), PC literacy.â¢Typing speed 60 wpm.â¢Advanced writing and communication skills.â¢Electronic Health Record/Cerner experience.â¢Customer Service experience.â¢Previous experience in creating reports for clinicians.Required License/Certification:â¢Fire and Safety Certification. If no card upon hire, one must be obtained within 30 days of hire, and maintained by renewal before expiration date. Preferred Qualification: â¢Register Health Information Technician (RHIT) Credentials.
Internal Number: REQ20089575
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