STATE UNIVERSITY OF NEW YORK
· DOWNSTATE MEDICAL CENTER
450 CLARKSON AVENUE, BOX 1194, BROOKLYN, NEW YORK 11203
|Department:||CARE MANAGEMENT||Job Title:||TH UTIL REV AND QA SR COORD|
|Professional Rank:||SL5||Descriptive Title:||CLINICAL DOCUMENTATION INFORMATION SPECIALIST|
|Salary Range:||$61,621.00-$125,854.00+$3,026.00*||Line Number:||Line# 53566|
|Additional Position Information: * Represents Location Pay for full-time appointees. Days of week: variable. Hours per week: 37.5.|
Brief Description of Duties:
Reporting to the Director of Care Management, the Clinical Documentation Specialist (CDS) is responsible for reviewing medical records to facilitate clinical documentation that accurately reflects the patientís severity of illness and risk of mortality by improving the quality of the physiciansí clinical documentation. This involves extensive record review, interaction with physicians, residents, advanced practice nurses, ancillary providers, coding and HIM professionals and nursing staff. Key Competencies include: Foundational Thinking Skills: Reviews inpatient medical records for identified payer populations (Medicare, Medicaid, Blue Cross/Blue Shield, and others as designated) as directed on admission and throughout hospitalization. Strategic Management: In collaboration with physician leadership, designs and implements specific tools to support medical record physician documentation. Human Resource Leadership Skills: Develops and implements plans for both formal and informal education of physician, nursing, and other clinical staff. Relationship Management: Communicates with attending physician and other relevant clinical staff, either verbally or through written methodology. Personal and Professional Accountability: Maintains good rapport and cooperative relationships. Approaches conflict in a constructive manner. Helps identify problems, offers solutions, and participates in their resolution. Career Planning: Assures personal and professional growth through self-study/ attendance/ participation in seminars and workshops. Fostering Professional Environment: Maintains the confidentiality of information acquired pertaining to patient, physicians, associates, and visitors to the Medical Center. Optimizing the Leader within/Reflective Practice Behaviors: Behaves in accordance with the Mission, Vision, and Values of the Medical Center. Demonstrates integrity, truthfulness and fairness when working with others. Creates an environment of acceptance and respect in the work place. Cultural Competence: Integrates knowledge of cultural competence and inclusion in all daily practices such as assessment, documentation, communication, etc. Shared Decision Making: Works closely with HIM coding staff to assure documentation of discharge diagnosis (es) and any co-existing co-morbidities are a complete reflection of the patientís clinical status and care. Performance Improvement: Contributes to organizational, departmental and unit based process improvement activities. Technology: Demonstrates and maintains competency and accuracy in use of software applications including capability in Microsoft Office applications. Clinical Practice Knowledge and Skill: Conducts daily follow-up communication with providers regarding existing clarifications to obtain needed documentation specificity.
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES ARE NOT LIMITED TO THE ABOVE POSITION DESCRIPTION
|All successful candidates must undergo various background checks, maintain credentials required for continued employment and adhere to the SUNY-DMC UHB Principles of Behavior. Clinical Faculty and Allied Health professionals must receive and maintain Medical Board authorization.|
Five ( 5) years acute care nursing experience and current, active, and full New York State Registered Nurse license required, or equivalent recent clinical experience. Clinical Documentation Improvement experience required. Certification in Clinical Documentation Improvement required. Excellent interpersonal skills, including verbal and written communication, to develop relationships necessary to influence physician documentation processes. Ability to prioritize and be self-directed and capable of independent decision-making. Analytic skills necessary to clinically assess medical records. Critical thinking, problem solving and deductive reasoning skills. Ability to organize and present information clearly and concisely. Working knowledge of Medicare reimbursement and coding structures desirable. Basic computer skills including Microsoft office products, Excel and PowerPoint.
|Posting ID: 12884||Ref #: B/PR-53566-15|
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|Internal Consideration Program: Open Until Filled||Off-campus recruitment: Open Until Filled|
SUNY Downstate Medical Center offers a competitive salary and benefits package.
SUNY Downstate Medical Center is an affirmative action, equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, religion, creed, age, disability, sex, gender identity, sexual orientation, familiar status, pregnancy, predisposing genetic characteristics, military status, domestic violence victim status or criminal conviction.