Clinical Coding Auditor/Educator
Employment Type : Permanent Full Time Position Classification : Health Manager Level 2 Remuneration : $1,874.56 - $2,223.38 per week Hours Per Week : 38 Requisition ID : REQ165085 Where you'll be working Royal North Shore Hospital or Hornsby Ku-ring-gai Hospital Northern Sydney's vision is to be "leaders in healthcare, partners in community wellbeing".
Our purpose is "embracing discovery and learning, building partnerships and engaging our community to deliver excellent health and wellbeing." What you'll be doing The Coding Auditor/Educator will contribute toward the achievement of revenue optimisation, data quality and the comprehensive Casemix profile within the Northern Sydney Local Health District. The position provides advice, exchanges information, gives presentations, negotiates and consults clinicians on a wide range of coding related issues.
It also provides coding auditing and education within the Clinical Coding team across NSLHD, including the co-ordination and control of coding quality related activities and the standard of work quality. Candidates will need to meet the following criteria: Consistently demonstrates behaviours that reinforce the CORE Values of our organisation; Collaboration, Openness, Respect and Empowerment. Demonstrates these behaviours with all stakeholders; colleagues, direct reports, as well as our patients and consumers, and those that care for them.
Relevant tertiary qualification in Health Information Management and recognised qualifications in clinical coding and auditing, or equivalent work experience, or a combination of study and work experience. High level of experience and competence in clinical coding using ICD-10-AM and ACHI with a thorough understanding of Australian Coding Standards. Demonstrated experience with clinical information systems such as eMR and 3M Codefinder.
Experience with coordination of coding quality activities, clinical coding auditing and education including analysis/validation of audit results. Demonstrated capacity to work independently and collaboratively as a part of a high performing team with the ability to motivate and coordinate clinical coding staff. Strong organisational skills in planning, prioritising and managing workloads.
Highly professional oral and written communication skills, particularly in development and delivery of reports, training materials, education sessions and presentations to promote the importance of quality documentation for accurate coding and appropriate reimbursement allocation. Demonstrated ability to provide reports on audits & other relevant coding quality activities findings to a range of stakeholders including clinicians, researchers, the NSLHD executive and other professionals. Need more information? 1) Click here for the Position Description 2) Find out more about applying for this position For role related queries or questions contact Maiane Iboian on Maiane.
au Applications Close: 22 May 2020.