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Health Information Management

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Health information management (HIM) team organizes, oversees, and protects patient health information data. This encompasses coding and revenue cycle, informatics, data analytics, and information governance.

Lead Coding Specialist

Serves as a coding leader and resource for Coding Manager, coding staff, and revenue cycle activities to support timely and compliant coding and billing.

Education: High School Diploma or equivalency, degree in Health Information Management preferred

Licensure: RHIA CPC, CPC-H, RHIT Certification, and/or CCS Certification


  • Minimum of five (5) years of coding experience in an acute care facility
  • Must have inpatient and outpatient coding experience

Skills, Knowledge, Abilities:  ICD-9-CM coding, CPT coding, thorough knowledge of anatomy & physiology, and medical terminology, basic computer skills, Microsoft Word and Excel.

Coder II 

Performs International Classification of Diseases (ICD) and Current Procedural Terminology (CPT) coding of all patient charts for billing, case mix, and data collection purposes. Subsequently, assigns Diagnostic Related Group (DRG) and Ambulatory Patient Classification (APC). Performs retrospective review of patient charts.

Education: High School Diploma or equivalent. Anatomy and Physiology, or Medical Terminology coursework.

Experience: Previous education, training and/or experience as a medical coder and/or successful completion of coder testing prior to employment.

Skills, Knowledge, Abilities: Ability to code patient records and assigns ICD, CPT, and DRG or APC accurately. Understanding of basic computer skills and computerized coding software. Understanding of database applications and associated report writing programs preferred.

Clinical Document Review Nurse

Performs concurrent reviews of the clinical documentation in the medical records. Identifies need to clarify documentation in records. Collaborates with physician, nurses, case managers/utilization reviewers and medical Records Coders to identify principal diagnosis options, secondary diagnosis and procedures, to assign working DRGs for identified populations. Identifies areas of focus through report analysis.

Education: Graduate of an accredited, state-approved school of nursing with a minimum of an Associate‚Äôs degree.

Experience: Current MS RN licensure, compact license or temporary permit for same (valid for 90 days only).

Experience: Minimum of three (3) years of clinical experience in an acute care setting.