Health Information Specialist (HIS)

Job Description

Networks Connect in our quest for our client, a local healthcare system, to expand their talented team in Sarasota! We are actively seeking a skilled Medical Records Specialist who is adept at managing health information and medical records with precision and accuracy. This role is crucial in ensuring the seamless processing and maintenance of vital health records.

Key Responsibilities:

  • Efficiently analyze outpatient and inpatient charts, adhering to departmental guidelines.
  • Perform daily chart reconciliation, locate missing charts, and resolve related issues promptly.
  • Skillfully manage dictation retrieval in EMon by clinician name, patient account, dictation ID, or confirmation number.
  • Process internal and external requests for release of information (ROI) in a timely manner.
  • Assess and decide on the deletion of medical images based on set criteria.
  • Report indexing and quality inconsistencies to the scan center or Health Information Management (HIM) quality team as needed.
  • Engage in direct follow-up with patients to confirm completion and return of necessary forms.
  • Handle insurance audit requests in line with departmental policies.

Preferred Qualifications:

  • Proven experience in medical records or Health Information Management.
  • Strong capability to perform detailed and repetitive clerical tasks.
  • Excellent interpersonal communication and organizational skills.
  • Associate’s Degree, or equivalent certification.

Required Certification: RHIT

Job Details:

  • Type: Full-time
  • Benefits: 401(k), Dental, Health, Paid time off, Vision insurance
  • Schedule: 8-hour shifts, Day shift, Weekend availability, Multiple Shifts Available
  • Work Location: On-site in Sarasota




Location - In Office

  • Sarasota, FL

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