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Director of MIS 9617

Director of MIS – 9617

Category:

Technical/Professional Opportunities

Department:

MIS, Spring Valley Illinois

Responsibilities: 

Installs and monitors networks, installs client’s software, and supports hospital telephone system, and processes data for the hospital.

Education Requirements:

College degree in computer science or business equivalent.  Two to three years prior network experience preferred.  Background in general supervision preferred.  Must have current working knowledge of basic computer skills, excellent leadership, communications, organizational, planning, and negotiation skills, and an awareness of future trends for health information management.

Opportunity Type:

Full Time

Shift:

Days

Schedule:

40 hrs/wk

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Certified Coder 1196

Certified Coder – 1196

Category:

Technical/Professional Opportunities

Department:

Medical Records, Peru Illinois

Responsibilities: 

Interprets medical documentation according to correct coding initiatives by assigning the appropriate uniform coding classification system for the purpose of reimbursement, research and statistics in accordance to hospital, state, federal and accrediting bodies.

Education Requirements:

High school graduate or equivalent required.  College health science course work preferred.  Must be able to complete a coding test with 90% accuracy.

Minimum Qualifications:

Medical Records department experience preferred.  2-5 years coding experience preferred.  Requires: HCPCS I, II, III skills, advanced clerical training, medical record terminology, knowledge of DRG’s, APC’s, ICD-10 Dx, PCS and CPT coding.  Knowledge of JCAHO indicators and data elements.

Licensure/Certification Requirements:

Coding certification required; Certifications by American Health Information Management Association (AHIMA) include; Registered Health Information Technician (RHIT), Registered Health Information Administrator (RHIA), Certified Coding Specialist (CCS), Certified Coding Associate (CCA) or Coding certification from American Academy of Professional Coders (AAPC); Certified Procedural Coder (CPC).

Opportunity Type:

Full Time

Shift:

8:30am – 5:00pm

Schedule:

40 hrs/wk

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CERTIFIED CODER 1195

Certified Coder – 1195

Category:

Technical/Professional Opportunities

Department:

Medical Records, Peru Illinois

Responsibilities: 

Interprets medical documentation according to correct coding initiatives by assigning the appropriate uniform coding classification system for the purpose of reimbursement, research and statistics in accordance to hospital, state, federal and accrediting bodies.

Education Requirements:

High school graduate or equivalent required.  College health science course work preferred.  Must be able to complete a coding test with 90% accuracy.

Minimum Qualifications:

Medical Records department experience preferred.  2-5 years coding experience preferred.  Requires: HCPCS I, II, III skills, advanced clerical training, medical record terminology, knowledge of DRG’s, APC’s, ICD-10 Dx, PCS and CPT coding.  Knowledge of JCAHO indicators and data elements.

Licensure/Certification Requirements:

Coding certification required; Certifications by American Health Information Management Association (AHIMA) include; Registered Health Information Technician (RHIT), Registered Health Information Administrator (RHIA), Certified Coding Specialist (CCS), Certified Coding Associate (CCA) or Coding certification from American Academy of Professional Coders (AAPC); Certified Procedural Coder (CPC).

Opportunity Type:

Full Time

Shift:

8:30am – 5:00pm

Schedule:

40 hrs/wk

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Certified Coder – 9616

Certified Coder – 9616

Category:

Technical/Professional Opportunities

Department:

Medical Records, Spring Valley Illinois

Responsibilities: 

Interprets medical documentation according to correct coding initiatives by assigning the appropriate uniform coding classification system for the purpose of reimbursement, research and statistics in accordance to hospital, state, federal and accrediting bodies.

Education Requirements:

High school graduate or equivalent required.  College health science course work preferred.  Must be able to complete a coding test with 90% accuracy.

Minimum Qualifications:

Medical Records department experience preferred.  2-5 years coding experience preferred.  Requires: HCPCS I, II, III skills, advanced clerical training, medical record terminology, knowledge of DRG’s, APC’s, ICD-10 Dx, PCS and CPT coding.  Knowledge of JCAHO indicators and data elements.

Licensure/Certification Requirements:

Coding certification required; Certifications by American Health Information Management Association (AHIMA) include; Registered Health Information Technician (RHIT), Registered Health Information Administrator (RHIA), Certified Coding Specialist (CCS), Certified Coding Associate (CCA) or Coding certification from American Academy of Professional Coders (AAPC); Certified Procedural Coder (CPC).

Opportunity Type:

Full Time

Shift:

Days

Schedule:

40 hrs/wk

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Certified Coder 9616

Certified Coder – 9616

Category:

Technical/Professional Opportunities

Department:

Medical Records, Spring Valley Illinois

Responsibilities: 

Interprets medical documentation according to correct coding initiatives by assigning the appropriate uniform coding classification system for the purpose of reimbursement, research and statistics in accordance to hospital, state, federal and accrediting bodies.

Education Requirements:

High school graduate or equivalent required.  College health science course work preferred.  Must be able to complete a coding test with 90% accuracy.

Minimum Qualifications:

Medical Records department experience preferred.  2-5 years coding experience preferred.  Requires: HCPCS I, II, III skills, advanced clerical training, medical record terminology, knowledge of DRG’s, APC’s, ICD-10 Dx, PCS and CPT coding.  Knowledge of JCAHO indicators and data elements.

Licensure/Certification Requirements:

Coding certification required; Certifications by American Health Information Management Association (AHIMA) include; Registered Health Information Technician (RHIT), Registered Health Information Administrator (RHIA), Certified Coding Specialist (CCS), Certified Coding Associate (CCA) or Coding certification from American Academy of Professional Coders (AAPC); Certified Procedural Coder (CPC).

Opportunity Type:

Full Time

Shift:

Days

Schedule:

40 hrs/wk

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Hospital Coding & ROI Coordinator 9615

Hospital Coding & ROI Coordinator – 9615

Category:

Technical/Professional Opportunities

Department:

Medical Records, Spring Valley Illinois

Responsibilities: 

The Coordinator of Hospital Coding and ROI reports directly to the Director of Medical Records while managing the hospital coding staff, ROI staff and outsource company.  The Coordinator is also accountable to the Vice President of Finance, President, physicians, families, patients, visitors, outside third party payers and managed care groups, and employees of St. Margaret’s.  The Coordinator keeps coders apprised of DNFB and redistributes work to keep the unbilled as low as possible. Maintains a calendar of time off for employees in order to distribute work.  Monitors the ROI function and keeps the Director informed of issues and backlog where the outsourcing company is concerned. Functions as a hospital coder.

Education Requirements:

High school diploma or equivalent with strong interpersonal skills and high ability to operate a variety of office machines, software, and equipment.  Strong in-patient and outpatient coding experience preferred being versed in CPT/ICD 10/Evaluation and management /DRG/APC concepts.  RHIT, RHIA or Certified Coder credentials required. Minimum 2 years supervisory experience required.

Opportunity Type:

Full Time

Shift:

Days

Schedule:

40 hrs/wk

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Radiology Technologist 9604

Radiology Technologist – 9604

Category:

Technical/Professional Opportunities

Department:

Radiology, Spring Valley Illinois

Responsibilities: 

The Radiology Technologist administers ionizing radiation to patients producing diagnostic images, which assist in the diagnosis and treatment of patients.  The technologist prepares the room and equipment, utilizes accepted techniques to capture the images, and evaluates the images for diagnostic qualities.  The Technologist needs to assist with fluoroscopy, invasive procedures and surgery utilizing the guidance of X-ray.  The Technologist must follow IEMA regulations and practice strict radiation protection of patient, co-workers, and self.  The Radiology Technologist also takes call, orders supplies, works the office, develops and copies films and transports patients.  The Radiology Technologist assists in scheduling the patients and explains the procedure being performed.

Education Requirements:

Graduate of AMA accredited radiography program.  Current State of Illinois License.  ARRT (R) required.

Opportunity Type:

Full Time

Shift:

Days

Schedule:

30 hrs/wk

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Phlebotomist 1187

Phlebotomist 1187

Category:

Technical/Professional Opportunities

Department:

Laboratory, Peru Illinois

Responsibilities: 

To provide holistic patient care in a respectful, safe, individualized manner, which will aid the patient in attaining and maintaining an optimum level of health and promote optimum quality patient care.  Under the general supervision of the Laboratory Director, the phlebotomist assumes the responsibility for performing venipuncture and related procedures under the philosophy, policies, and procedures established by the hospital and department.

Education Requirements:

Needs to be a High school graduate or GED equivalent.  Medical assistant or phlebotomy certification preferred.  Experience as a phlebotomist in a hospital setting preferred.  Must have excellent customer relation skills.  Requires current CPR certification.

Opportunity Type:

Part Time

Shift:

2:30pm – 10:30pm

Schedule:

24 hrs/wk

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Director of Diagnostic Imaging 1184

Director of Diagnostic Imaging 1184

Category:

Technical/Professional Opportunities

Department:

Diagnostic Imaging, Peru Illinois

Responsibilities: 

The Diagnostic Imaging Director is responsible for the management of Radiology, CT, MRI, Mammography, Nuclear Medicine, and Ultrasound.  The Director is responsible for but not limited to: patient satisfaction, quality, managing staff, equipment management, budgets, implementing policies, safety, and supporting the Mission.  Oversees the performance levels of all staff in accordance with Federal and State requirements.  The Director of Diagnostic Imaging reports to the Vice President of Ancillary & Support Services

Education Requirements:

Bachelor’s degree in related field preferred.  Graduate of an accredited Radiography program preferred.

License/Certification Requirements:

Current State of Illinois license preferred.  Current certification by the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists preferred.

Special Requirements:

Five years of clinical and/or administrative experience with demonstrated leadership ability.

Opportunity Type:

Full Time

Shift:

Days

Schedule:

40 hrs/wk

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Pastoral Minister 1174

Pastoral Minister – 1174

Category:

Technical/Professional Opportunities

Department:

Pastoral Care, Peru Illinois

Pastoral Minister provides direct ministry to patients/residents and their loved ones, and as appropriate, to staff, visitors and physicians.  S/he communicates and provides liaison with the religious community.  The Pastoral Minister is accountable to the Director of Pastoral Care.  Provides Pastoral Care to St. Margaret’s patients, residents, family members, employees, volunteers and medical staff as a part of ongoing total patient care.  They respond to spiritual needs as able, including, but not limited to, contacting parish as requested, providing sacramental ministry, appropriate reading/prayer materials, providing prayer aides (rosaries) when needed.  They convey hospitality to all, especially visiting clergy, employees, and any in special need.

Education Requirements:

High School Diploma or GED equivalent, Certification not required but may require ongoing religious body endorsements.

Special Requirements:
  • Demonstrate ability to minister with persons of diverse cultural and religious backgrounds.
  • Maintain and upgrade skills through ongoing education as applicable to level.
  • Adhere to professional code of ethics including the ethical and religious directives for Catholic Health Care Services.
Opportunity Type:

Full Time

Shift:

Days

Schedule:

40 Hrs/Wk

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