Job Bank

 

Welcome to NYHIMA’s Job Bank, a benefit for NYHIMA and AHIMA members.  The Job Bank helps job seekers find jobs
and employers find staff in the health information management field.  Candidates can browse current vacancies on the NYHIMA website

SUBMISSION DETAILS: To complete the online submission form, please click here.
Once the form has been completed and the job submission has been paid (payment for non-New York Dues Paying Members only) please send a PDF formatted job description to the NYHIMA Central Office at [email protected]  

Job Postings will not be displayed on the NYHIMA website until it is paid for (for non-members).

FEE: NYHIMA Job Bank postings for non-New York Dues Paying Members is $100 per posting.

The posting will remain active on the NYHIMA site for 30 days.

 

Available Opportunities

Organization: Upstate Medical University
Position: Associate Director of Coding-Off site location
Overview: The Associate Director of Coding coordinates all activities of the coding department which is located at an offsite location (no parking fees or traffic). Responsibilities include, but are not limited to ensuring timely and accurate coding of accounts, monitoring work queues to ensure that all accounts are worked, working with CDI to improve quality of documentation and improve Vizient (UHC) scores with regard to Risk of Mortality and Severity of Illness, working with Finance to resolve issues, and collaborating with the Director to establish goals and set priorities. The Associate Director is a member of UM and CDI Steering Committees as well as numerous other work groups, and works with Epic/3M/360 teams to improve functionality, as well as ensures compliance with coding guidelines and DNV requirements.

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Organization: Update Medical University
Position: Assistant Director for Coding 
Overview: The Assistant Director for Coding is responsible, along with the Associate Director, for supervising the inpatient and outpatient coding staff in Health Information Management to ensure that coding is completed in an accurate and timely manner and that all required information for the NYS DOH, DNV, HCFA, and other regulatory agencies is abstracted. Duties and responsibilities include: Monitors coding activity to insure that coding is completed timely, meeting preset metrics. Monitors coding activity to ensure that coding is compliant with coding guidelines and billing regulations. Assures that appropriate information from the HIM abstracting system is being sent to SPARCS. Develops and maintains accurate, up-to-date policies and procedures for staff and ensures they are updated annually. Assists the Associate Director with policy development and process improvement. Conducts baseline medical record audits for DNV. Evaluates regulatory and non-regulatory requirements and hospital compliance in relation to health information and coding, to include, but may not be limited to, DNV, NYS DOH, HCFA, NCCI, SPARCS, AHA Coding Guidelines, Administrative Policies and Medical Staff Bylaws. Promotes teamwork within the department and UMU. Assures that new staff is adequately trained in UMU coding practices. Monitors computer applications associated with coding and abstracting to insure that information and data bases are synchronized. Coordinates and monitors DRG denials.  

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Organization: WMC HealthAlliance
Position: Coding Manager
Location: Kingston, NY
Overview: Responsible for leading and supervising the health information management coding staff, you will develop and implement training, auditing and continuing education programs for the coding staff, as well as overseeing the workflow ensuring that all records are coded within the established time frames.  Managing DNFB and ensuring that systems are updated, are also the manager’s responsibility.

WMCHealth HealthAlliance, a member of the Westchester Medical Center Health Network , operates a 315-bed healthcare system comprising WMCHealth its Mary’s Avenue Campus, Broadway Campus in Kingston, New York, and Margaretville Hospital in Margaretville, New York. It also operates Mountainside Residential Care Center, an 82-bed facility in Margaretville. As Ulster County’s largest employer, HealthAlliance is committed to attracting the best-qualified medical and support staff; providing outstanding, responsive, coordinated, compassionate patient and family-centered care; excelling in clinical outcomes and patient experiences; and ensuring patient rights, privacy and respect are honored at all times, while improving the overall health and well-being of the diverse communities it serves.

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Organization: Community Memorial Hospital 
Position: HIM Coordinator
Location: Hamilton, NY 
Overview: The Health Information Management (HIM) Coordinator completes a variety of duties related to the timely and accurate review, retrieval and release of medical information. This includes but is not limited to; answering and directing incoming phone calls, sorting and logging of all HIM mail, and applying the proper pre-established hospital, departmental, and/or legal policies and procedures to each request for release of medical record information.

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Organization: Crouse Health
Position: HIM Outpatient Coding Manager
Location: Syracuse, NY 
Overview: The Outpatient Coding Manager works under the Director of Health Information Management. The Manager oversees the aspects of outpatient coding and abstracting, APC assignment, professional coding for the hospital integrated network, evaluation and management coding, denial management, and ongoing education and training for both Crouse and Community Memorial Hospital. Possess strong working knowledge of ICD-10-CM / PCS, CPT-4 and APC reimbursement. Ensures corporate compliance standards are maintained. Meets hospital and department guidelines for timeliness and accuracy.

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Organization: Crouse Health
Position: Outpatient HIM Coder
Location: Syracuse, NY 
Overview: Under the supervision of the Coding Supervisor, assigns diagnosis and procedure codes using the ICD-10 -CM classification system and CPT-4, while following published coding guidelines. Abstracts data from the medical record for data collection and the purpose of meeting regulatory agency requirements. Job Requirements: Possess any one of the following credentials: RHIA/RHIT/CCS/ CCA. Will accept CPC credential for outpatient candidates only. All candidates must take and pass a coding test at the time of interview. Certification from Accredited Health Information Technology Program or RHIT/RHIA/CCS eligibility in progress. RHIT/RHIA/CCA eligible employees must become certified within 1 year of graduating from their respective program. Other Requirements: Must be able to read and retrieve records from all hospital systems that are displayed on the computer monitor and/or on handwritten records and use a keyboard. Excellent written communication and interpersonal skills as appropriate for email transmission.

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Organization: Crouse Health
Position: Patient Access Rep - Float/Clinics
Location: Syracuse, NY 
Overview: The Patient Access Representative ensures that all required patient demographic and insurance data is collected for the assigned department(s). Floats to perform the duties of all roles within Patient Access, Chemical Dependency, based on department needs. In addition, this role accurately and efficiently asseses patients for insurance status and assists those patients who may require financial aid.

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Organization: Crouse Health
Position: Patient Access Rep
Location: Syracuse, NY 
Overview: The Patient Access Representative ensures that all required patient demographic and insurance data is collected for the assigned department.

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