Medical Records Specialist
Are you a team player that is organized and attentive to detail? Are you interested in working in a great healthcare environment? We have an exciting opportunity as a Medical Records Specialist.
- Maintains and reviews practice-wide scanning and queuing of patient registration, history forms, operative pictures and notes, miscellaneous documents, etc., to ensure proper record management
- Maintains HIPAA compliance by utilizing a three-check system during the scanning process, consisting of: (1) Check name on document versus name in chart. (2) Check date of birth on document versus date of birth in chart. (3) Check medical record number on document versus medical record number in chart. Once the three checks are complete, the document can be scanned into the chart.
- Maintains practice’s medical record requests, which includes:
- Answering all medical records phone calls and completing requests as needed
- Checking medical records faxes and distributing/completing as appropriate
- Following up on medical records requests from previous day
- Creating imaging discs for medical records requests
- Directly importing MRI reports from RadSource into chart as needed
- Maintains logs of (1) number of documents scanned and queued, (2) number of medical record requests received and completed, and (3) phone calls received and returned
- Assists members of the administrative team, physicians or managers, as needed
- Postal mail distribution: Weighs and stamps Medical Records requests, drops off outgoing mail to be collected, maintains two practice-wide mailboxes, sorts and distributes mail and packages, other mail-related tasks as requested
- Other duties as requested and/or necessary
EDUCATION, TRAINING AND EXPERIENCE REQUIREMENT
- High school diploma.
- Four-year college degree is preferred.
- Knowledge of medical practice procedures and terminology is helpful.
- EHR experience is helpful.
Certified Athletic Trainer:
At Elite Sports Medicine + Orthopedics we know Athletic Trainers are the connection between the sports program and medical community, especially in a Division I collegiate setting? Administration of first aid and development of treatment plans are at the core, though this role involves so much more! Are you passionate about making a difference in the lives of the athletes you lead? Can you make good decisions and feel confident in those decisions? Do you take an empathetic approach and think on your feet? If so, apply today for our Certified Athletic Trainer position.
QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE:
- Minimum of two years of experience as an Athletic Trainer; experience as an ATC in a collegiate setting is preferred; experience as an ATC at a Division I collegiate program is highly preferred
- CPR certification required
- Ability to manage multiple patients and administer appropriate modalities
- Knowledge in exercise physiology, biomechanics and exercise prescription
- Working knowledge of taping and other preventive techniques
- Working knowledge of NCAA rules and regulations regarding athletics
- Excellent interpersonal, organizational, written and verbal communication skills, as well as the ability to maintain a flexible schedule
- Adherence to all policies, procedures and regulations of the NCAA, Belmont University Athletic Department, and the Ohio Valley Conference
Responsibilities include, but are not limited to, the following:
- Must treat athletes under the direction of a physician and only treat within their scope of expertise
- Coverage of daily practices, to include set-up, treatments and preventative care
- Actively contact physicians for direction of care when needed
- Travel during the in-season with assigned sport/team, holidays and weekends not excluded
- Maintain accurate records and documentation of injuries
- Provide athletic training services for all athletic contests for assigned sport/team
- Assist the Head Athletic Trainer with Belmont University Athletics Institutional Drug testing of the student athletes
- Assist the Athletic Director, Assistant Athletic Director and Head Athletic Trainer as needed
- Assist with pre-participation sports physicals
- Provide coaches and athletic director with a list of athletes medically eligible to compete under NCAA rules and regulations
- Maintain student-athlete confidentiality; comply with HIPAA and compliance guidelines established by the practice and Belmont University
- Adhere to Elite Sports Medicine policy manual
- Maintain Athletic Training licensure in the state of Tennessee and at the national level through NATA BOC
- Attend CPR, OSHA and other related training programs
- Attend all regular staff and team meetings
- Perform all other tasks and projects assigned by Head Athletic Trainer
- Bachelor’s Degree in Athletic Training from an accredited university required
- Master’s Degree in Athletic Training preferred
- Certification as an Athletic Trainer through NATA BOC
• Licensure as an Athletic Trainer through the State of Tennessee