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The Health Information Management Department (HIM) is seeking an enthusiastic leader to oversee our growing Clinical Documentation Improvement Program. Reporting to the Sr. Manager of HIM Clinical Operations, the Manager of Clinical Documentation Improvement will manage the operations and activities of the high performing inpatient and outpatient Clinical Documentation Improvement Staff.
As the Manager, you will:
Evaluate the overall completeness and quality of Clinical Documentation in acute settings.
Work in partnership with the Clinical Documentation Improvement Specialists, physicians, advanced practice practitioners, nursing, coding staff and other health care professionals to ensure medical records accurately reflect patient acuity primarily for quality reporting, Diagnosis-Related Group (DRG) assignment and Hierarchical Condition Category (HCC) coding.
Participate in and promote the prevention, detection and resolution of instances of non-compliance with departmental and institutional billing policies and procedures.
Interpret and summarize quarterly Medicare Monitoring and Profiling reports provided by 3M. Present findings and recommendations to the Division of Health Informatics leadership team and implements clinical documentation improvement action plans.
Recruit, train, and mentor the CDI team, while establishing clear performance goals and identifying opportunities for professional development.
Promote the Clinical Documentation Improvement program by educating physicians, advanced practice practitioners, nursing, coding staff and other health care professionals on how the accurate representation of a patient’s clinical status translates into coded data, which is then translated into quality reporting, physician report cards, reimbursement, public health data and disease tracking and trending.
A Bachelor’s Degree AND a minimum of 4 years of inpatient clinical coding experience and/or RN experience in an inpatient setting.
Analytical skills to identify and explain normal/abnormal trends in data using statistical comparison.
Information management skills to communicate, explain interpret and share information with employees and appropriate external contacts.
Strong communication skills to write and edit memos, assist in the preparation of quarterly/annual reports, and convey information about operating systems and processes to others.
The ability to interact courteously, diplomatically, and effectively with all members of the health care team.
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