Active, unrestricted physician license. Current board certification in ABMS or AOA specialty. 5+ years of post-residency clinical practice experience. 5+ years experience in utilization and coverage review. Substantial experience in using electronic clinical systems.
Experience with telecommuting, working with EMRs and other electronic tools. Recognized CDI credential from ACDIS (CCDS) or AHIMA (CDIP) Current clinical license (RN, NP, PA, MD) Clinical experience in an acute care, outpatient or physician office setting. Strong Microsoft Office skills.
A minimum of 5 years sales experience. 2 years successfully selling enterprise software to hospitals. Consistent sales performer. You are a missionary for value-based care delivery. Ability to converse comfortably with both senior administrators and physicians.
Must be able to: Review the literature alongside a team of scientists and physicians. Determine whether the evidence is appropriate for inclusion in company medical journal. Monitor journals within your specialty. Applicants must meet the following qualifications:
Helping to reinforce and support the physician's plan of care and improve adherence to prenatal and postpartum appointments. Act as a telephonic Maternity Nurse Care Manager. Position Requirements Include: Current, unrestricted RN license from the applicable state of residence.
A major healthcare company is searching for a person to fill their position for a Remote Addiction Medicine Physician in Memphis. Must be able to: Provide initial evaluation, diagnosis, treatment and ongoing support for individuals.
A healthcare company needs applicants for an opening for a Telecommute Physician Clinical Reviewer in Chicago. Must be able to: Review all cases in which clinical determinations cannot be made by the Initial Clinical Reviewer. Provide clinical rationale for standard and expedited appeals.
Position Requirements Include: Able to assists in the execution of physician notification processes. 1 year of health information management experience required. Able to address physician and other provider concerns/questions relating to medical record completion.
Facilitating and obtaining appropriate physician documentation. Completing initial review of patient records within 24-48 hours of admission. Applicants must meet the following qualifications: Clinical Documentation Improvement Specialist/Professional. Three years of experience as a CDIS.