Employment opportunities are listed below
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CDI Specialist
Experienced inpatient coders looking to transition to Clinical Documentation Improvement Specialist (CDI) or already established CDI specialist.
For more information and how to apply please contact Cristina.Gonzalez@va.gov
Risk Adjustment Coder: Corporate Office - Miami Gardens, Florida
The Risk Adjustment Coder works in a collaborative effort directly with physicians and their office staff and other support departments to review medical records and other clinical documentation to identify appropriate risk adjustment codes and quality gap closure opportunities. A major focus of the position is to collect and review documents to support the organization’s quality and risk adjustment initiatives, which results in improving quality of care.
• Advanced understanding of medical terminology, body systems/anatomy, physiology and concepts of disease processes.
• Demonstrated ability to utilize a variety of electronic medical records systems.
• Manage significant work load, work efficiently under pressure meeting established deadlines with minimal supervision.
• Strong time management skills.
• Excellent written and oral communication for representation of clear and concise results.
• Strong follow-up skills & organizational skills required.
• Must possess high degree of accuracy, efficiency and dependability.
For complete job description and educational requirements click here.
Contact information and where to send your resume: gabriel.aponte@chenmed.com
Or call: 786-753-2295
Health Information Manager, Springfield Illinois
• Associates Degree, Bachelors Degree in related Discipline Preferred
• 3 Years experience in Medical Records required
• 2 Years of progressively more responsible leadership experience required
• Registered Health Information Administrator (RHIA) or
• Registered Health Information Technician (RHIT) required
For more information please contact Brooke Demuzio:  Telephone: 217-814-8246 
or by email  Brooke.Demuzio@hshs.org