HIM Regulatory and Compliance Coordinator - Medical Records
Penn State Health
Location: Hershey, Pennsylvania
Admin / Clerical
Internal Number: 4747
Penn State Health Corporation
Location: US:PA:Hershey Work Type: Full Time FTE: 1.0 Shift: Day Hours: 8:00a to 4:30p
SUMMARY OF POSITION:
The HIM Regulatory and Compliance Coordinator will work with the HIM Director as a liaison between PSH and various organizational and governmental relations/entities. Will work closely with the Director of Health Information Management in attending meetings at all PSH entities pertaining to understanding, tracking, improving and teaching important HIM expectations of performance in regards to Federal, State and local Regulations and Compliance for maintaining, storing, sharing and safeguarding patient records. This position will train HIM staff and others in rules and regulation effecting them as well as others in the organization as needed, such as MOAs. Will monitor and track regulatory expectation of performance to show proof of compliance or alert Director to areas of opportunity. Additionally this position will work with others in the organization to ensure Protected Health Information is secured and shared appropriately with requestors and patients. Will also work closely with high levels in PSH Cybersecurity, Privacy, Legal Counsel, Risk, Regulatory and Quality departments.
Associate Degree or equivalent experience (2 years)
Minimum three (3) years working in a HIM leadership role or performing similar duties in relevant industry
KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS & ABILITIES:
Ability to read and understand expectation of performance for Monitoring and tracking skills for laws and regulations affecting HIM and record of care.
Understanding the elements of our various electronic record system so that auditing can be completed in regards to compliance of expected elements of performance.
Having exceptional analytical, investigative, and organizational skills and be able to communicate clearly at various levels.
Having the ability to teach employees.
Having great grammar, writing and presentation skills.
Possess a high-level knowledge of healthcare ethics, morals, and compliance
RHIT or RHIA from a CAHIIM-accredited program preferred
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