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Job Description: Stanford Health Care, with multiple facilities throughout the San Francisco Bay Area, is internationally renowned for leading edge and coordinated care in cancer care, neurosciences, cardiovascular medicine, surgery, organ transplant, medicine specialties, and primary care. Throughout its history, Stanford has been at the forefront of discovery and innovation, as researchers and clinicians work together to improve health, alleviate suffering, and translate medical breakthroughs into better ways to deliver patient care. Stanford Health Care: Healing humanity through science and compassion, one patient at a time. At Stanford Health Care, your career is supported within a distinctive hospital culture. This environment compliments the pioneering, collaborative atmosphere that has earned us our worldwide reputation for excellence. South Bay Cancer Center: The Stanford Cancer Center is expanding its facilities to partner with the community and to support the growing need for specialized outpatient cancer care in the South Bay. Coordinated cancer care, including diagnostic, treatment and support services, will be available under one roof at the four-story, 70,000-square-foot building. The Stanford South Bay Cancer Center will be located in the heart of Silicon Valley off of Los Gatos Boulevard in San Jose, 21 miles from the main Stanford campus. Personalized, coordinated cancer care will be delivered by Stanford and University Healthcare Alliance (UHA) physicians. UHA is a physician network and medical foundation partnered with Stanford Health Care. Every day, patients facing the challenge of fighting cancer come to the Stanford Cancer Center for help, hope, and healing. Recognized for advanced clinical care, scientific research and technology breakthroughs, we are focused on finding new and better ways to fight cancer. As a National Cancer Institute designated cancer center and one of the best hospitals in America for cancer treatment according to U.S. News & World Report, the Stanford Cancer Center is at the forefront of high quality patient care. The facility is scheduled to open for patient care in summer 2015. Chemistry/Coagulation/Hematology Labs: The Clinical Laboratories and Pathology Services provide diagnostic information used in the treatment of patients at Stanford University Medical Center (Stanford Hospital & Clinics and Lucile Packard Children's Hospital), as well as health care organizations around the world.  The laboratory’s primary focus is the in-patient & clinic population of Stanford Hospital & Clinics and Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital as well as providing testing 24/7 for all our clients.  The laboratory at the Hillview Office features a full range of technologically advanced Esoteric Testing. Esoteric Laboratory Directors are Board-Certified in their specialties. Our faculty members of the Pathology Department of Stanford University Medical School, many have joint appointments in Pediatrics, and/or Adult Medicine, which allows collaboration with clinical geneticists, oncologist, and other specialties.   The laboratory areas are:  Microbiology & Virology, Transfusion Services, Laboratory Finance & Business Operations, Pre-Analytical , Chemistry/Special Chemistry, Anatomic Pathology, Point of Care Testing, Quality/Compliance, and Informatics, Integration and Education.  For more information please refer to www.stanfordlabs.com. Opportunity - Lab Supervisor: The supervisor will be responsible for overseeing analytical testing, phlebotomy, and bone marrow assisting services. This positin will supervise the work of laboratory personnel engaged in performing routine and specialized technical procedures, including planning laboratory work, evaluating work performed and handling procedural and technical laboratory problems. The Supervisor must have strong skills in initial validations of all instruments, have strong people skills and must be able to travel for initial training. Must also be knowledgeable in CAP and CLIA requirements for initial and follow up inspections and have some knowledge of pathology specimen processing. The Supervisor must have a Bachelor's degree and two (2) years of progressively responsible and directly related work experience and 1 year of supervisory experience.  Final candidate must have a current California CLS license at the time of hire. About the Stanford Cancer Center Every day, patients facing the challenge of fighting cancer come to the Stanford Cancer Center for help, hope, and healing. Recognized for advanced clinical care, scientific research and technology breakthroughs, we are focused on finding new and better ways to fight cancer. As a National Cancer Institute designated cancer center and one of the best hospitals in America for cancer treatment according to U.S. News & World Report, the Stanford Cancer Center is at the forefront of high quality patient care.

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Job Description: Perform laboratory procedures using a variety of automated and non-automated technologies.  Evaluate the accuracy and validity of patient test results and report the information correctly.  Perform, monitor, and evaluate quality control for all tests; maintain laboratory equipment, troubleshoot according to established protocols. Qualifications:  1.  Bachelor’s degree in Clinical Laboratory Science or related science field. 2.  Montana State license as a Clinical Laboratory Scientist or ability to obtain license within 45 days of date of hire. Job Duties:  1.  Perform clinical patient testing using a variety of automated and non-automated technologies.  Current with and perform Lab procedures on an annual basis; continually evaluate specimen integrity, patient/specimen identification, instrument function, practicing good lab technique at every stage; request clarification and assistance as needed. 2.  Participate in Quality Control and Quality Management (Performance Improvement informally included) activities to ensure accurate and timely reporting of results.  Monitor and evaluate all QC for all test results according to established protocols, providing documentation and Meditech comments as required; participate in QM studies in a variety of departments; contributes to improvement of operations and process. 3.  Uses effective oral and written communication skills, contributing to a functional and positive staff culture.  Provide organized, legible documentation of activities; effective in one-on-one communications and group meetings, maintaining a positive attitude; communicated effectively with coworkers to assure uninterrupted resulting of tests and providing quality customer service and patient care; embraces KRH values R.I.S.E. as noted below. 4.  Uses professional judgment and is capable of critical thinking, triaging and organizing the work and work area for best flow, and has effective decision-making skills.  Works efficiently as a professional; able to handle problems or unusual/difficult situations with specimens, co-workers, or customers; identifies and troubleshoots problems, seeking and considering alternative solutions; requests assistance when appropriate. 5.  Performs accreditation related tasks.  Calls and documents Critical Values according to Laboratory Policy; performs competencies assigned via CAP Competency program; performs Proficiency testing assigned by each department Supervisor. 6.  Maintains competency in computer skills.  Accurately orders tests, cancels tests, verifies results, and adds comments to patient results in the LIS; able to pull up electronic procedures and procedures contained within table of contents of each department. 7.  Performs testing in a timely manner.  Effective in handling workload and workflow; demonstrates the ability to set priorities; effectively organizes and runs routine, timed, and STAT work; maintains efficiency with specimens; avoids batching specimens in areas of large volume; capable of handing off work to others at shift change.

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Job Description: Director of Information Technology More About HCA..... For a sixth consecutive year HCA has earned national recognition as one of the best workplaces for information technology professionals. HCA ranked No. 42 on Computerworld's 2014 "Best Places to Work in Information Technology" list of 100 companies. HCA has been recognized by the Ethisphere Institute as one of the World's Most Ethical Companies.Summary of Duties The Director of IT&S oversees and manages effective operation of the information technology in the facility and ensures strategic and operational alignment with facility business objectives and facility, division, and HCA enterprise IT&S goals and objectives. Supervisor: Division CIO or Senior Director of IT&S   Supervises: Roles may include and are not limited to Sr. Clinical Analyst, Clinical Analyst, Sr. Technical Analyst, Technical Analyst, Systems Administrator (zone/market operations may be aligned such that all employees report to division-based leadership where the Director of IT&S would not supervise any employees).   Duties Include But Are Not Limited To:   IT Operations Management: Overall IT Operations Management, Service Level Management, Resource Management, Processes & Standards Implementation, Compliance Management, Incident Management, Financial Management, Technical Management, Information Security Management Develops Facility IT&S capital & operating budgets aligned with budget directives Establishes, communicates, monitors, manages and ensures compliance with Service Level Agreements (SLAs) (e.g., service levels for Remedy incident resolution) Coordinates the assignment of resources to IT&S projects, operations, & incidents Aligns & monitors the assignment of resources and related financial allocations to Facility programs Develops plans for the Facility technical environment with Division technical leaders Identifies and coordinates resolution of IT issues at the Facility Coordinates on-site management of Facility hardware & software Promotes & coordinates the management of compliance issues & projects Manages information security aspects for the Facility Strategic Business/IT Alignment & Planning: Facility/Zone Business/IT Alignment, Strategic IT Planning Develops, coordinates, guides, and executes a Facility IT&S plan that aligns IT with Facility business strategy and with Enterprise and Division business & IT strategy Assists in development of Division and Corporate 3-yr IT strategic plans Relationship Management & Communication: Facility Leadership, Facility Department Directors & Managers, Facility IT Users, Facility IT Staff, Physicians, Vendors, SSC, OSG, Supply Chain, Division IT Groups Builds positive relationships with Facility leadership team, Facility department directors & managers, and other Division leaders as dictated by the business organizational structure Represents IT&S on appropriate business committees Owns the facilitation of multi-way communication with key constituents on IT&S matters Communicates successes, challenges, opportunities, trends, and lessons regarding the Facility to Division CIO Cascades all information to direct reports & Facility-based IT&S staff through face-to-face meetings and other communication mechanisms Promotes sharing of information through documentation and distribution of best demonstrated practices Project Portfolio & Project Implementation Management: Managing the Portfolio of Work, Managing Individual Projects Plans & manages select Enterprise, Division, or Facility projects for the Facility (including communications) as project leader Manages, monitors & executes the Facility's portfolio of projects Coordinates and supports IT aspects of facility projects (e.g., construction, opening satellite clinic, remodel nursing unit) Process Engineering: Improvement of Workflow through Technology, Utilization of Technology Understands the implications of technology solutions to Facility workflow & operations & communicates to key stakeholders Identifies process improvement opportunities & challenges and communicates them to appropriate Division IT leaders for planning & action Participates in Enterprise, Division, &Facility process improvement initiatives Governance: Support of Decision-Making Processes Educates key constituencies regarding IT governance processes & practices Communicates & supports IT governance processes & practices Staff Development: Staffing and Recruiting, Career Development, Mentoring and Coaching, Succession Planning, Performance Management Supports mentoring and coaching (based on KRAs and Performance HCA) in conjunction with direct supervisor Helps ensure accountability of IT&S Staff working in the Facility Recruits, manages, leads, develops & retains IT&S staff in Facility, in alignment with Division organization structure & practices Adheres to the Code of Conduct and Mission and Value Statements Assists with other duties as assigned Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities Strong understanding of IT&S operations including service desk, desktop and server support, networking, network security, computer operations, and customer service principles A clear understanding of computer systems and corresponding support requirements Possesses strong written, verbal, and presentation skills Strong leadership skills, personal drive, and ability to see projects through to execution in a matrixed environment Strong understanding of HCA systems and procedures Strong analytical skills in budgeting, planning and policy maintenance and development Education College graduate required   Experience: At least five years experience in an IT environment with direct supervision or team leadership required  

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Job Description: Director of Information Technology More About HCA..... For a sixth consecutive year HCA has earned national recognition as one of the best workplaces for information technology professionals. HCA ranked No. 42 on Computerworld's 2014 "Best Places to Work in Information Technology" list of 100 companies. HCA has been recognized by the Ethisphere Institute as one of the World's Most Ethical Companies.Summary of Duties The Director of IT&S oversees and manages effective operation of the information technology in the facility and ensures strategic and operational alignment with facility business objectives and facility, division, and HCA enterprise IT&S goals and objectives. Supervisor: Division CIO or Senior Director of IT&S   Supervises: Roles may include and are not limited to Sr. Clinical Analyst, Clinical Analyst, Sr. Technical Analyst, Technical Analyst, Systems Administrator (zone/market operations may be aligned such that all employees report to division-based leadership where the Director of IT&S would not supervise any employees).   Duties Include But Are Not Limited To:   IT Operations Management: Overall IT Operations Management, Service Level Management, Resource Management, Processes & Standards Implementation, Compliance Management, Incident Management, Financial Management, Technical Management, Information Security Management Develops Facility IT&S capital & operating budgets aligned with budget directives Establishes, communicates, monitors, manages and ensures compliance with Service Level Agreements (SLAs) (e.g., service levels for Remedy incident resolution) Coordinates the assignment of resources to IT&S projects, operations, & incidents Aligns & monitors the assignment of resources and related financial allocations to Facility programs Develops plans for the Facility technical environment with Division technical leaders Identifies and coordinates resolution of IT issues at the Facility Coordinates on-site management of Facility hardware & software Promotes & coordinates the management of compliance issues & projects Manages information security aspects for the Facility Strategic Business/IT Alignment & Planning: Facility/Zone Business/IT Alignment, Strategic IT Planning Develops, coordinates, guides, and executes a Facility IT&S plan that aligns IT with Facility business strategy and with Enterprise and Division business & IT strategy Assists in development of Division and Corporate 3-yr IT strategic plans Relationship Management & Communication: Facility Leadership, Facility Department Directors & Managers, Facility IT Users, Facility IT Staff, Physicians, Vendors, SSC, OSG, Supply Chain, Division IT Groups Builds positive relationships with Facility leadership team, Facility department directors & managers, and other Division leaders as dictated by the business organizational structure Represents IT&S on appropriate business committees Owns the facilitation of multi-way communication with key constituents on IT&S matters Communicates successes, challenges, opportunities, trends, and lessons regarding the Facility to Division CIO Cascades all information to direct reports & Facility-based IT&S staff through face-to-face meetings and other communication mechanisms Promotes sharing of information through documentation and distribution of best demonstrated practices Project Portfolio & Project Implementation Management: Managing the Portfolio of Work, Managing Individual Projects Plans & manages select Enterprise, Division, or Facility projects for the Facility (including communications) as project leader Manages, monitors & executes the Facility's portfolio of projects Coordinates and supports IT aspects of facility projects (e.g., construction, opening satellite clinic, remodel nursing unit) Process Engineering: Improvement of Workflow through Technology, Utilization of Technology Understands the implications of technology solutions to Facility workflow & operations & communicates to key stakeholders Identifies process improvement opportunities & challenges and communicates them to appropriate Division IT leaders for planning & action Participates in Enterprise, Division, &Facility process improvement initiatives Governance: Support of Decision-Making Processes Educates key constituencies regarding IT governance processes & practices Communicates & supports IT governance processes & practices Staff Development: Staffing and Recruiting, Career Development, Mentoring and Coaching, Succession Planning, Performance Management Supports mentoring and coaching (based on KRAs and Performance HCA) in conjunction with direct supervisor Helps ensure accountability of IT&S Staff working in the Facility Recruits, manages, leads, develops & retains IT&S staff in Facility, in alignment with Division organization structure & practices Adheres to the Code of Conduct and Mission and Value Statements Assists with other duties as assigned Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities Strong understanding of IT&S operations including service desk, desktop and server support, networking, network security, computer operations, and customer service principles A clear understanding of computer systems and corresponding support requirements Possesses strong written, verbal, and presentation skills Strong leadership skills, personal drive, and ability to see projects through to execution in a matrixed environment Strong understanding of HCA systems and procedures Strong analytical skills in budgeting, planning and policy maintenance and development Education College graduate required   Experience: At least five years experience in an IT environment with direct supervision or team leadership required  

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Job Description: Associate Director of Information Technology   More About HCA.....   For a sixth consecutive year HCA has earned national recognition as one of the best workplaces for information technology professionals. HCA ranked No. 42 on Computerworld's 2014 "Best Places to Work in Information Technology" list of 100 companies. HCA has been recognized by the Ethisphere Institute as one of the World's Most Ethical Companies.Summary of Duties The Associate Director of IT&S provides technical and managerial leadership in establishing goals and priorities and in the overall management of day to day operations within a HCA hospital. This position is directly involved in design, planning, operation, maintenance, and troubleshooting of facility infrastructure including telecommunications (as applicable), desktop and server support, and network cabling and wiring. Ensures continuity and alignment of division IT&S strategic and operational plans and hospital needs. Requires subject matter knowledge across telecommunications (as applicable), data technologies, services, and components. Builds and maintains relationships with division and hospital level leadership teams. Demonstrates strong written, verbal, and presentation skills. Should possess a strong personal drive and ability to see strategy through to execution in a matrixed, corporate environment. Duties Include But Are Not Limited To IT Operations Management: Overall IT Operations Management, Service Level Management, Resource Management, Processes & Standards Implementation, Compliance Management, Incident Management, Financial Management, Technical Management, Information Security Management Assists in development of Facility IT&S capital & operating budgets Assists in establishing, and communicates, monitors, and manages Service Level Agreements (SLAs) Coordinates the assignment of resources to IT&S projects, operations, & incidents Consults with technical leaders during technical goal setting, prioritization, planning and design for Facility technical environment Directly responsible for technical support - maintenance and troubleshooting of Facility infrastructure Coordinates on-site management of Facility hardware & software Assists in managing compliance issues & projects Manages information security aspects for the Facility Strategic Business/IT Alignment & Planning: Facility/Zone Business/IT Alignment, Strategic IT Planning Participates in development of and execution of a Facility IT&S plan that aligns IT with Facility business strategy and with Enterprise and Division business & IT strategy Relationship Management & Communication: Facility Leadership, Facility Department Directors & Managers, Facility IT Users, Facility IT Staff, Physicians, Vendors, SSC, OSG, Supply Chain, Division IT Groups Builds positive relationships with Facility leadership team, Facility department directors & managers, and other Division leaders as dictated by the business organizational structure Represents IT&S on appropriate business committees Owns the facilitation of multi-way communication with key constituents on IT&S matters Communicates successes, challenges, opportunities, trends, and lessons regarding the Facility to division CIO Cascades all information to Facility-based IT&S staff through face-to-face meetings and other communication mechanisms Promotes sharing of information through documentation and distribution of best demonstrated practices Project Portfolio & Project Implementation Management: Managing the Portfolio of Work, Managing Individual Projects Plans & manages individual Enterprise, Division, or Facility projects for the Facility, including communications Assists in managing, monitoring & executing the Facility's portfolio of projects Assists in supporting IT aspects of facility projects (e.g., construction, opening satellite clinic, remodel nursing unit) Process Engineering: Improvement of Workflow through Technology, Utilization of Technology Understands the implications of technology solutions to Facility workflow & operations & assists in communicating to key stakeholders Assists in identifying process improvement opportunities & challenges and communicating them to appropriate Division IT leaders for planning & action Participates in Enterprise, Division, &Facility process improvement initiatives Governance: Support of Decision-Making Processes Educates key constituencies regarding IT governance processes & practices Communicates & supports IT governance processes & practices   Staff Development: Staffing and Recruiting, Career Development, Mentoring and Coaching, Succession Planning, Performance Management Supports mentoring and coaching (based on KRAs and Performance HCA) in conjunction with directsupervisor Helps ensure accountability of IT&S Staff working in the Facility Recruits, manages, leads, develops & retains IT&S staff in Facility, in alignment with Division organization structure & practices Adheres to the Code of Conduct and Mission and Value Statements Assists with other duties as assigned Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities Required: Mature understanding of current and emerging technologies, specific to voice and data operations Demonstrated ability to establish and build strong relationships across a broad range of personality types Demonstrated ability to effectively communicate information technology both verbally and in writing Demonstrated customer orientation Excellent leadership and teaching abilities Demonstrated advanced computer skills Preferred Strong understanding of HCA systems and procedures Strong analytical skills in planning and policy maintenance and development Education College Graduate Preferred Experience Three to five years experience in an IT environment with direct supervision or team leadership.

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Job Description: Health Information Technology Project Manager Health Information Technology Project Manager Location: Stamford, CT Salary: $75,000-$105,000 Experience: 5.0 year(s) Job Type: Full-Time Job ID: J126468       About the Opportunity A Health Information Technology Project Manager is now needed at a healthcare facility in New Jersey. With minimal supervision, the Health Information Technology Project Manager is responsible for the planning, management and execution of complex projects in accordance with established timelines and budget. Company Description Healthcare Facility Job Description @EXPANDED_JOB_DESCRIPTION Required Skills Bachelor’s degree or equivalent combination of education and experience Healthcare information technology experience Minimum of 5 years of progressive work experience and a proven track record in the implementation and management of large diverse and complex health information technology projects Five (5) years of managerial experience Demonstrated ability to effectively manage people and resources Proficiency in eClinicalWorks Train the Trainer certification eClinicalWorks Implementation experience Detailed knowledge of Meaningful Use, Health Information Exchange (HIE) & Direct Messaging Strong leadership skills Management and use of project management tools such as status reports, project plans, issue and risk registries Proficiency in Microsoft Office tools (Word, PowerPoint, and Excel) Proficiency in Microsoft Project and Visio

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Job Description: INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY SPECIALIST - LABORATORY - WINTER HAVEN HOSPITAL Description : The Lab IT Specialist assists with formulating and defining system scope and objectives through research and fact-finding to develop or modify information systems. Follows detailed specifications from which programs will be written. Tests; debugs; documents and maintains those programs. May design and code less complex programs under supervision. Competent to work on most phases of applications systems analysis; programming and support activities; but requires instruction and guidance in other phases. May work on multiple software applications or support multiple institutions. Performs other duties as assigned. Qualifications : REQUIRED EDUCATION: High school diploma/GED Bachelor's in computer related field in lieu of experience   PREFERRED CERTIFICATION: Computer technology   REQUIRED EXPERIENCE: Two years in IT or two years in dept specific system   SPECIFIC SKILLS: Written and verbal communication skills; interpersonal skill; analytical, decision making and problem solving skills; customer service skills; ability to multi-task; computer skills

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Job Description: Senior Director of Information Technology - Good Samaritan More About HCA..... For a sixth consecutive year HCA has earned national recognition as one of the best workplaces for information technology professionals. HCA ranked No. 42 on Computerworld's 2014 "Best Places to Work in Information Technology" list of 100 companies.  HCA has been recognized by the Ethisphere Institute as one of the World's Most Ethical Companies.Summary of Duties Oversees and manages effective operation of the Information Technology in the zone and ensures strategic and operational alignment with all zone and facility business objectives and facility, division and HCA enterprise IT&S goals and objectives. May Manage other facility-based IT employees as the geographic needs of the division dictate. Duties Include But Are Not Limited To   IT Operations Management: Overall IT Operations Management, Service Level Management, Resource Management, Processes & Standards Implementation, Compliance Management, Incident Management, Financial Management, Technical Management, Information Security Management Develops Facility IT&S capital & operating budgets aligned with budget directives Establishes, communicates, monitors, manages and ensures compliance with Service Level Agreements (SLAs) (e.g., service levels for Remedy incident resolution) Coordinates the assignment of resources to IT&S projects, operations, & incidents Aligns & monitors the assignment of resources and related financial allocations to Facility programs Develops plans for the Facility technical environment with Division technical leaders Identifies and coordinates resolution of IT issues at the Facility Coordinates on-site management of Facility hardware & software Promotes & coordinates the management of compliance issues & projects Manages information security aspects for the Facility Provides oversight & coordination of IT&S capital & operating budget development across Facilities in the Zone Coordinates all Zone resources for projects, coverage of Facilities for normal and emergency operations, and achievement of service levels Strategic Business/IT Alignment & Planning: Facility/Zone Business/IT Alignment, Strategic IT Planning Develops, coordinates, guides, and executes a Facility IT&S plan that aligns IT with Facility business strategy and with Enterprise and Division business & IT strategy Assists in development of Division and Corporate 3-yr IT strategic plans Coordinates activities related to involvement by Zone Facilities in Division and Corporate 3-yr IT strategic plan development Relationship Management & Communication: Facility Leadership, Facility Department Directors & Managers, Facility IT Users, Facility IT Staff, Physicians, Vendors, SSC, OSG, Supply Chain, Division IT Groups Builds positive relationships with Facility leadership team, Facility department directors & managers, and other Division leaders as dictated by the business organizational structure Represents IT&S on appropriate business committees Owns the facilitation of multi-way communication with key constituents on IT&S matters Communicates successes, challenges, opportunities, trends, and lessons regarding the Facility to Division CIO Cascades all information to direct reports & Facility-based IT&S staff through face-to-face meetings and other communication mechanisms Promotes sharing of information through documentation and distribution of best demonstrated practices Cascades information to Zone & Market business & IT leadership Communicates successes, challenges, opportunities, trends, and lessons regarding the Zone to Division CIO and Facility leaders in the Zone Project Portfolio & Project Implementation Management: Managing the Portfolio of Work, Managing Individual Projects Plans & manages select Enterprise, Division, or Facility projects for the Facility (including communications) as project leader Manages, monitors & executes the Facility's portfolio of projects Coordinates and supports IT aspects of facility projects (e.g., construction, opening satellite clinic, remodel nursing unit) Oversees and monitors the Zone's portfolio of IT projects Process Engineering: Improvement of Workflow through Technology, Utilization of Technology Understands the implications of technology solutions to Facility workflow & operations & communicates to key stakeholders Identifies process improvement opportunities & challenges and communicates them to appropriate Division IT leaders for planning & action Participates in Enterprise, Division, &Facility process improvement initiatives Identifies process improvement opportunities & challenges that are common among all Facilities in the Zone and communicates them to appropriate Division IT leaders for planning & action Governance: Support of Decision-Making Processes Educates key constituencies regarding IT governance processes & practices Communicates & supports IT governance processes & practices Participate as required in IT governance processes Staff Development: Staffing and Recruiting, Career Development, Mentoring and Coaching, Succession Planning, Performance Management Supports mentoring and coaching (based on KRAs and Performance HCA) in conjunction with direct supervisor Helps ensure accountability of IT&S Staff working in the Facility Recruits, manages, leads, develops & retains IT&S staff in Facility, in alignment with Division organization structure & practices Coaches Directors and Associate Directors at Facilities on mentoring practices Participates in Division IT&S succession planning activities with CIO and develops Zone IT&S succession plan Participates in recruiting process in alignment with Division organization structure & practices Adheres to the Code of Conduct and Mission and Value Statements Assists with other duties as assigned  Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities Strong understanding of IT&S operations including service desk, desktop and server support, networking, network security, computer operations, and customer service principles A clear understanding of computer systems and corresponding support requirements Possesses strong written, verbal, and presentation skills Strong leadership skills, personal drive, and ability to see projects through to execution in a matrixed environment Strong understanding of HCA systems and procedures Strong analytical skills in budgeting, planning and policy maintenance and development Advanced reasoning, math, and language skills Ability to communicate effectively at an executive level Must be able to drive to assigned sites to complete work Education College graduate required Experience: 7 or more years in an IT environment, with direct supervision required

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Job Description: PATIENT ACCOUNTS INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY COORDINATOR - CENTRAL BUSINESS OFFICE Description : This position is a temporary 1 year commitment project.   The Patient Accounts IT Coordinator plans; develops; and directs the ongoing support; enhancement and interfacing of multiple patient accounting systems; provides technical support by ensuring that all computer systems meet the client's specifications and third party requirements; installs; implements; and tests systems updates and enhancements; provides customer service support; problem solving; profile maintenance; evaluation; and implementation of all systems; manages projects by devising or modifying procedures to solve complex problems considering computer equipment capacity and limitations; operating time; and form of desired results; completes quality assurance reports needed for day-to-day operations. Performs other duties as assigned. Qualifications : REQUIRED EDUCATION:  High School/GED.   PREFERRED EDUCATION:  Bachelor's Degree in Information Technology or Business or Healthcare.   REQUIRED EXPERIENCE:  5 years Systems Analyst or System Design or System Implementation.   PREFERRED EXPERIENCE:  Revenue Cycle Systems.   REQUIRED SPECIFIC SKILLS:  Customer service skills, Teamwork, Work independently with minimal supervision, Organizational skills, Computer skill appropriate to position, Critical thinking, Knowledge of regulatory requirements appropriate for position and Written and verbal communication skills.

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Job Description: Job Summary: The Instructor of Medical Laboratory Technology 9/10 Month/Clinical Education Coordinator works under the supervision of the Program Director. This position assigns students to clinical sites, monitors student progress and behavior on the sites, collects and maintains paperwork and records from students/site preceptors, and maintains good relationships with clinical site personnel. This position is responsible for providing quality instruction to students through well prepared classes, relevant assignments, fair and holistic assessment of learning, clear documentation of student progress, and support of the academic success of at-risk students. This position also assists in accreditation compliance activities.     Minimum Job Requirements: Certified or certification eligible in Medical Laboratory Science (MLS)/Medical Technologist (MT).    Baccalaureate degree in medical technology or in one of the biological, chemical or physical sciences. The degree must be from a regionally accredited institution.    Three years (minimum) full time clinical lab work experience. Teaching experience preferred.    Licensed or eligible for licensure in Tennessee as a medical technologist.    Proven educational or administrative experience in critical thinking, problem solving and judgment.    Superior oral and written communication skills; ability to work with students, faculty & staff.    Proficient in Microsoft Office Suite    Knowledge of web-enhanced courseware and design, and experience in teaching via distance learning preferred. Ability to utilize different methods and mediums in delivering course material.     Essential Job Functions: Manages the clinical component of program including student assignments, student and clinical site documentation, and development of new affiliations.    Coordinates effective communication among clinical affiliates, Medical Laboratory Technology Program Director and students. Provides a line of communication with clinical sites; serves as emergency contact; moderate travel required.    Prepares, submits and maintains a master plan of clinical rotations for students in a timely fashion.    Coordinates all paperwork needed by students for clinic eligibility.    Prepares appropriate institutional reports and maintains summary of updated clinical information.    Advises the Program Director of the general effectiveness of the program's clinical education.    Assists the Program Director in developing, reviewing, and updating the clinical educational objectives and competencies in accordance with recommended accreditation standards.    Assists the Program Director in curriculum development, evaluation and review of credit and non-credit courses; evaluates and monitors progress to achieve goals and objectives (and those by any licensing, registering or certifying agency as applicable); assists with affiliation and accreditation efforts.    Teaches courses, lectures, or labs as assigned by Program Director up to the maximum number of contact hours allowed by current accreditation.    Adequately prepares all course materials and lessons.    Prepares labs for assigned Medical Laboratory Technology courses.    Provides each student with clear course expectations, evaluations and timelines through carefully written topical outlines and approved, standardized syllabus.    Provides interesting and relevant assignments for students that demonstrate learning outcomes in a real-life setting.    Suitably challenges, engages, serves and communicates with students to encourage their participation and learning while maintaining mutual value and respect.    Completes grading on a timely basis.    Ensures course and program learning outcomes are delivered as defined by the syllabus    Ensures safety and sanitation of all labs, equipment and supplies.    Recruits and advises students and supports persistence/progression through graduation.    Works with the Program Director to resolve student concerns.    Assists in preparation for accreditation inspection    Provides annual documentation of continuing professional growth.    Performs other related duties as required or assigned.     Posting Date: 02-06-2015   Application Deadline: 03-09-2015 Special Instructions to Applicants: Unofficial transcripts are acceptable for the application process. Official transcripts will be required upon hire. Salary Range: $35,197 - $47,745 depending on education and experience   Employment Type: Regular, Full Time, Faculty, Non-Tenure Track, Academic Year (9 Mos.)   Standard Work Hours: 37.5 hours weekly   Required Applicant Documents: Cover Letter Transcript Resume/Curriculum Vitae     To apply, visit: <a href="http://apptrkr.com/578940">http://jobs.volstate.edu/applicants/Central?quickFind=51867</a>   Initial Review of Applications: 03-08-2015  

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Job Description: HIM Technician HCA Physician Services implements innovative, value added solutions that help physicians deliver high quality, cost effective healthcare to support HCA's commitment to the care and improvement of human life. We focus on quality, streamlining operations and continuously improving technology as we strive to provide the best possible patient care and serve our community.   We offer an excellent benefits package, competitive salary and growth opportunities. Join our team and share your skills and talents with the nation's leading provider of healthcare services.   POSITION OVERVIEW The HIM Tech is a key member of the Physician Practice and processes medical records and documentation to ensure all patients receive high quality, efficient care.  DUTIES INCLUDE BUT NOT LIMITED TO: Completing the necessary steps in medical releases. Organizing medical records for subpoenas. Completing injury reports. Verifying workers comp cases with employers. Coding workers comp encounter forms and setting up workers comp accounts in the Medic system. Completing appropriate forms for state Workers Comp Division. Coding and charging out x-ray reports. Assembling charts for the Occupational Med. Department. Completing monthly referral log. Demonstrating a working knowledge of computer systems used. Picking up and dropping off charts in the correct locations. Assembling new patient charts properly. Filing paper correctly in patient charts. Locating out of file charts. Perform other duties as required.   Must read and understand and adhere to all Physician Services policies and procedures. Practice and adhere to the Code of Conduct and Mission and Values statements. KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, & ABILITIES - This position requires the following minimum requirements: 1. Knowledge of medical record filing system and provider numbers. 2. Knowledge of the legal aspects of releasing medical records. 3. Knowledge of medical record release policies and procedures. 4. Knowledge of workers compensation policies and procedures. 5. Knowledge of Occupational Medicine policies and procedures. 6. Knowledge of computer systems used.

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Job Description: Facility Information Security Official (FISO)  Job Summary: The Facility Information Security Official (FISO) for the HCA Physician Services Group (PSG) is responsible for leading, driving and, in some cases, implementing Information Security (IS) activities and measures in company facilities supported by PSG, under the supervision of the PSG Director of Information Security Operations (DISO). Facilities Supported This position will service the PSG Offices in Brentwood, TN, physician practices across the country, company-managed physician offices, etc. Depending on the needs and complexity of the PSG market, the PSG FISO may be assigned to lead and drive IS activities in multiple or possibly all practices. These responsibilities are part of the enterprise (company-wide) and PSG-specific IS programs and operations. IS Activities IS activities at the facility-level are primarily based on: (a) ongoing IS work and expectations outlined in the company's IS policies, standards, and guidance documents, (b) new and/or prioritized IS work in the Facility IS Action Plans from the Corporate IS Department, and (c) IS aspects in projects from the IS Department, IT&S Department, Business Units and PSG. Approach The PSG FISO drives the results the company wants by extending the reach of the enterprise IS program into the physician practice facilities. This includes development and communication of IS processes, building staff awareness and competencies for security, and effectively collaborating across boundaries to ensure enterprise IS goals and company priorities are met and business value is realized. IS Program Overview Enterprise IS Program: The enterprise (company-wide) IS program is led by the VP & CISO and IS Department in IT&S. Together with the DISO, the FISO is the "face" of the enterprise and PSG IS programs to facility leadership, workforce members, and other people and entities (e.g., physicians and certain vendors) affiliated with the facility. The FISO is responsible for implementing the company's organizational IS agenda, championing improvements to reduce IS risks to patients and business operations in the facility, and serving as a bridge between PSG and physician practice/facility. PSG/Division IS Program: The PSG IS program is led by the DISO. The PSG IS program includes implementation plans and activities for the enterprise IS Program and projects, and PSG-specific IS plans, activities and projects. Like the enterprise IS Program, the PSG FISO is responsible for leading, driving and ensuring the PSG IS program is implemented in all assigned facilities. Facility IS Program: Generally, the facility IS program and facility IS activities are based on implementation and ongoing, operational compliance with company IS requirements. These activities include both Information Technology (IT) and non-IT related areas. In addition, all facility workforce members have a role regarding IS. The FISO is responsible for leading, driving and helping the facility and facility workforce members appropriately comply with the company's IS requirements. Key Focus Areas & Skills This role requires extensive focus on building and expanding relationships with key stakeholders such as Facility leadership, Facility workforce members, PSG leadership, PSG IT team, other FISOs, IS department, customers, business partners and vendors, and other people and entities who support the IS objectives and activities at the facility. The FISO must have and will use a combination of skills including IT technical skills, IS knowledge, people relating skills, written and verbal communication skills, interpersonal skills and the ability to develop, communicate and follow processes to get technical and non-technical work accomplished. Supervisor: PSG Manager, FISO Program Duties (included but not limited to): Lead, drive and implement (where appropriate) IS activities in the facility: * Provide leadership, drive implementation and drive ongoing compliance in the facility with IS requirements including IS policies and standards, HIPAA Security activities, Facility IS Action Plans, PSG IS program activities, enterprise IS program, and facility or customer-specific needs. * In conjunction with the appropriate PSG and facility teams, address IS issues identified by the facility, by PSG, by corporate groups including Internal Audit or the IS Department, and by outside entities including auditors (e.g., CMS HIPAA Security audits). * Work with Facility leadership, IT Directors, Local Security Coordinators (LSCs), and facility staff to drive the accomplishment of IS goals. * Help coordinate non-IT IS work and responsibilities at the facility. * Coordinate with HR Directors, Facility Privacy Officials and Ethics & Compliance Officers to ensure that sanctions related to IS issues are applied appropriately and consistently. * Bridge the distance between the HCA information security group and the facility through collaboration, coordination, communication, and operating as part of each. IS Account Management: * For facility and department managed applications, ensure that application administrators are aware of and adhere to company account management requirements. Ensure appropriate access and other user access reviews occur in the facility in accordance with company guidelines. Audit Preparation and Access Reviews * Assist with the preparation for regulatory and internal audits * Coordination of Appropriate Access audits, Administrative access and Audit log reviews IS Project Execution: * Lead and coordinate implementation of IS technologies and projects in the facility. Issues Tracking and Resolution: * Track and drive resolution of facility IS issues. * Provide technical expertise to resolution of IS issues in the facility. * Support and coordinate incident response activities involving the facility. * Respond to user related threat events in the facility by working with the respective department manager to facilitate user awareness. * Ensure issues in IS reports are addressed (e.g., SAPortal reports, SATracker, Internal Audit Self-Monitoring Report). * In conjunction with the PSG IT team, ensure corporate-mandated service packs, patches and hotfixes are applied to facility servers and workstations within the defined time periods. * Provide facility-level reporting to the DISO to identify and act on facility-specific IS issues. IS Risk Management: * Lead risk management processes and decision-making involving each facility, within the framework established in the enterprise IS program. * Ensure the designated facility committee (e.g., Facility Security Committee, Facility Ethics & Compliance Committee) receives, documents, tracks, investigates and acts on suspected IS breaches and complaints. * Perform walkthrough of the facility to identify potential or actual IS issues on at least a quarterly basis (e.g., physical security of MDF/IDFs; active sessions on unattended workstations; posted passwords). * Work with facility personnel and the DISO to complete, submit, and track Risk Acceptance Forms (RAFs). IS Vendor Systems Security: * Coordinate IS activities with vendors at the facility. * Ensure proper vendor contracts are in place for PSG and facility IT systems and services. * Ensure PSG and facility-specific IT systems and services receive proper assessments before implementation. * Ensure implementation of specified IS architectures for enterprise vendors (e.g., anti-virus, logging, auditing, authentication, authorization, configuration management, encryption and remote access management/monitoring). * Ensure vendor systems use approved connectivity, remote management and monitoring. IS Communication: * Facilitate, and lead where appropriate, IS communication and awareness in the facilities. * Coordinate with the facility HR and training departments to ensure that periodic workforce training includes company-required IS content (e.g., protection from malicious software; procedures for monitoring log-in attempts and reporting discrepancies; procedures for creating, changing, and safeguarding passwords; procedures for reporting security incidents). Represent Facility IS Needs to PSG: * Serve as the advocate for IS in facility planning * Represent facility needs in division strategic planning, budgeting and work prioritization. * Identify development in the IT&S department services and operations needed to resolve IS operational issues in the facility. Support PSG IS initiatives and the DISO: * Assist the DISO in driving key elements in the enterprise and PSG IS programs at the facility level. Other Duties: * Adheres to the Code of Conduct and Mission and Value Statements. * Assists with other duties as assigned. Qualifications Knowledge, Skills & Abilities * Knowledge of HIPAA Privacy/Security Regulations and Sarbanes-Oxley IT control standards * Strong understanding of Information Security processes, technologies, and practices * Facility, Clinical System, IT Director, LSC, IT Audit, and project management experience desired * Must possess excellent written and verbal communication, organization, decision-making, advanced problem solving, and presentation/training skills; as well as initiative, adaptability, and customer focus * Must possess the ability to build positive team relationships with all levels of individuals at the facility, PSG, customer and corporate level  Experience: College graduate preferred      Management experience desired * Bachelor's degree in IT, Healthcare IT Management, or related field * Three to ten (3-10) years of related work experience in Information Security and/or IT-focused Health Information Management Certificate/Licensure: * Information Security and/or HIPAA-related Certification(s) with demonstrated work experience is preferred. * Desired certifications include: CISSP, CISA, CISM, GSEC, GCIH, GCUX, GCIA, CHP, CIPP, CAHIMS, CPHIMS Physical Demands / Working Conditions: * Information Security and/or HIPAA-related Certification(s) with demonstrated work experience is preferred. * Desired certifications include: CISSP, CISA, CISM, GSEC, GCIH, GCUX, GCIA, CHP, CIPP, CAHIMS, CPHIMS * Requires prolonged sitting, some bending, stooping and stretching. Lifting of light papers and boxes may be required at times. * Requires eye-hand coordination and manual dexterity sufficient to operate a keyboard, photocopier, telephone, calculator and other office equipment. * Requires normal range of hearing and eyesight to record, prepare and communicate appropriate reports. Work is an office environment and may be stressful at times. Contact may involve dealing with angry or upset individuals. Staff must remain flexible and available to provide staffing assistance for any/all disaster or emergency situations. Safety & Health: The normal work routine involves no exposure to blood, body fluids, or tissues (although situations can be imagined or hypothesized under which anyone, anywhere, might encounter potential exposure to body fluids). Persons who perform these duties are not called upon as part of their employment to perform or assist in emergency care or first aid, or to be potentially exposed in some other way.

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Job Description: Division Director, Information Security Assurance Oversees all aspects of the Information Security Program for all facilities associated with the Division or Line of Business (LOB) to assure strategic alignment with the HCA Information Protection Program and maturity of IT operational security controls. Serves as a key member of the IT&S leadership team and works effectively with Division/Facility Privacy Officials (FPO), Ethics and Compliance Officers (ECO), and other key decision-makers serving on the Division/Facility Security Committee. Champions, administers, and provides interpretation of Information Security Program policies/procedures to facilitate risk-based decisions by key stakeholders.   Launch and oversee Information Security Program for all facilities and division/LOB through Manage governance structure for each in-scope entity (e.g., Facility Security Committee) to facilitate effective, efficient, and standardized approach to align with HCA Information Protection Program (executive dashboards, agendas, minutes, etc.)  Facilitate risk-based decisions by key decision-makers that focus on preventing (or correcting) identified business issues through implementation of reasonable administrative, physical, and/or technical controls Partner with FPO and ECO on cross-disciplinary compliance activities Identify, establish and maintain strategic relationships with key stakeholders to help increase maturity of Program throughout operational processes, projects, and other initiatives Validate and operationalize facility readiness for internal and external audits of information security/protection controls on behalf of CIO Lead division-wide and facility-specific information risk management program to continually assure the maturity of administrative, technical, and physical controls Partner with IT&S colleagues to assure ongoing maturity of IT operational security controls by leveraging inputs from SAPortal, SATracker, ProofPoint, Data Leak Protection (DLP), FileShare scanning, and other monitoring tools Partner with FPO and/or ECO to assure facilities are able to respond timely to time-sensitive notification by providing evidence of the facility's administrative controls (e.g., documented operational procedures to comply with HIPAA Privacy and Security requirements)   Champion HCA Information Protection Program initiatives Drive visible action to implement initiative within established deadlines (i.e., may be a time-sensitive regulatory requirement and/or a company-prioritized risk reduction activity)  Initiate compelling communications with key stakeholders to launch initiative Increase awareness and/or understanding of needed actions to correct identified information security risks Oversee integration of defined role-based training into facility operations Provide or "train-the-trainer" to deliver role-based training based on identified risks and/or related to compliance with policies/procedures Validate effectiveness of role-based training to monitor the health of each facility's Information Security Program Staff Development: Staffing and Recruiting, Career Development, Mentoring and Coaching, Succession Planning, Performance Management Actively involved in Human Resources recruitment, performance evaluations, and management of IT division staff (e.g., Zone FISO) Ensures appropriate training and development programs are utilized to attract, retain, and develop personnel required to support information security program Participates in division IT&S succession planning activities with CIO Oversee and coordinate information security incident investigation and reporting Partner with Corporate departments and/or external entities (e.g., law enforcement) as required to facilitate rapid response  Partner with FPO and/or ECO on cross-disciplinary incident investigation and reporting Determination about the "reasonableness" of safeguards/controls that must be implemented to protect sensitive or restricted data being stored, processed, and/or transmitted by (or on behalf of) business owners and/or the facility. Determinations must be made by striking a balance between business/clinical objectives and available administrative, physical, and/or technical safeguards. Consequences of poor determinations may result in the following negative impacts: *      Inappropriate/unreasonable disruptions of business/clinical objectives *      Inappropriate disclosure or breach of sensitive or restricted data  *      Monetary penalties *      Criminal penalties at the personal level *      Investigations from the Office of Civil Rights (OCR) *      Corrective Action Plan with OCR *      Written notification from HCA to the patient, HHS, and in some situations, local media in the event of a breach (as defined by HITECH). Determination about the most appropriate approach for engaging with key stakeholders and/or decision-makers serving on the Division/Facility Security Committee to develop and implement corrective action plans to mitigate/correct identified information security risks. Must leverage strategic relationships, compelling communications, and use of governance structure to drive business decisions (e.g., funding, resources, timing). Consequences of a weak approach may result in the following negative impacts: *      Lack of business understanding and/or support to mitigate or correct identified information security risks that could lead to disruptions of business/clinical objectives Same negative impacts as listed in the previous example above Strong understanding of information security principles, processes, technologies, and practices - required Ability to communicate effectively at an executive level - required Skill in developing and maintaining effective relationships with medical and administrative staff, and technical staff - required Strong written, verbal, and presentation skills - required Skill in exercising initiative, judgment, problem solving, decision-making - required Strong leadership skills, personal drive, and ability to see projects through to execution in a matrixed environment - required Skill in planning, organizing and supervising - required Skill in developing comprehensive reports - required Ability to analyze and interpret complex data - required Ability to research and prepare comprehensive reports - required Knowledge of computer systems and applications - required Strong analytical skills in budgeting, planning and policy maintenance and development - required Knowledge of information security regulations (HIPAA Privacy/Security, Sarbanes-Oxley IT controls, Payment Card Industry (PCI)) - preferred Information Security certifications (e.g., CISSP, CISA, CISM, GSEC) - preferred Knowledge of healthcare - preferred 6-10 years of Information Security experience required; 10+ preferred Leadership / Management experience required Bachelor's Degree required Master's Degree preferred

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Job Description: Computer Information Systems (CIS) Training Specialist Computer Information Systems (CIS) Training Specialist Location: Lake Success, NY Salary: $85,000-$103,000 Experience: 5.0 year(s) Job Type: Full-Time Job ID: J63336       About the Opportunity A top healthcare information technology firm is currently seeking a Computer Information Systems (CIS) Training Specialist to join its team. The qualified professional will be primarily responsible for supporting the training efforts for the rollout of all clinical modules. Company Description Top Healthcare Information Technology Firm Job Description @EXPANDED_JOB_DESCRIPTION Required Skills 5+ years of related experience with training and development, computer information systems (CIS), education, and data analysis Clinical background with experience and/or knowledge of hospital/healthcare environment Experience with Sunrise Acute Care / Sunrise Clinical Manager, Windows and Microsoft (Word, PowerPoint, Excel) applications Skill-set needed to develop and implement large-scale hospital end-user training plans for new information systems Desired Skills RN license

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Job Description: Information Security Architect, HCA Corporate - Nashville, TN JOB SUMMARY: The Information Security Architect is a technical leadership position potentially without reports. Their main role is to be the primary lead, representative and advocate for balanced and reasonable risk management of IT and Information Compliance for a line of business (e.g. Clinical, Shared Services) or specific technology domain (e.g. foundational infrastructure). Their role is to lead and facilitate discovery of the information and IT-related risks, apply critical thinking to the assumptions and developing the right security position/priorities that: first, attain compliance; second, address the material risks to the company while allowing for the business to attain its objectives. They are expected to have a working understanding of most domains of Information Security knowledge have a functional knowledge of most IT domains of knowledge. They must have the ability to compare and contract risks from different domains and weight relative impact of differing risk factors so that the material risks can be determined. They are expected to be able to identity complex systemic vulnerabilities that often elude SMEs of specific areas. Lastly, they must be able must be able to deal with complex compliance requirements and turn them into attainable requirements and architectures. They are required to function as a solution leader like role for a given "line of business" for Information Security related needs on new business initiatives, address existing risks that require non-trivial mitigation and provide operational guidance. In some cases they are required to assume more of the solution leader role for new project needs that fall into their area of expertise. So, they could have to do research, learn new business areas, develop business cases and submit new projects. They are required to accomplish many of the work goals through others. This position is also expected to be able to provide general compliance, risk management and technical over-sight for security work done by others to ensure effective results and manage major initiatives. They are expected to be a true expert in two or more Information Security related subject areas (e.g. web application security, penetration testing, virtualization, cloud security, network security, secure code development, data loss protection, encryption, mobile application security, Unix platform security, Windows platform security, etc.) They are able to operate with little day-to-day supervision after their goals and requirements have been discovered or provided. They are in highly effective at dealing with conflict and issues and require little day-to-day support and management. They are able to accept high-level goals from management without complete facts and drive them to completion in many cases. Lastly, they are expected to know when to communicate back to their management to keep them informed.   GENERAL RESPONSIBILITIES: The Information Security Architect will each have the following job responsibilities:  The IS Architect will provide balanced risk analysis, risk resolution and mitigation recommendations on projects and initiatives. They will facilitate with the proper project management, business owners and technical team members to implement such needed changes when possible and will ensure proper risk acceptance is done otherwise.  The architect will focus on network architecture, system integration, application development, regulatory & business risk management, and technical threat and vulnerability management; and be the leader for the review, development, and approval of the security design and functionality of current and new IT projects, software products, new technologies, and network security.  Strategic direction setting for HCA's information security group. The Sr. IS Architects has the responsibility for setting the direction for HCA information security policy, technology architecture, information security projects and other initiatives, and information security group role in other IT&S and business programs.  Leading information security teams-providing direction for the team members on information security and other IT&S projects.  Internal leadership in information security. Speaking for, and making decisions for the Information Security group at meetings with business leaders, DISOs, HDISs, IT&S leadership, and other executives at HCA  External leadership in information security. The architects will have a key role in developing relationships and working with vendors and other outside entities and individuals to identify promising new technologies, qualify their application to HCA business requirements, determine which new technologies should be piloted or tested, and drive the development of new initiatives to purchase and implement, as appropriate.  Leading or Attending SARC Gate Reviews (Security Gate Reviews)  Attending ARC Gate Reviews as Requested (IT Gate Reviews)  The security architect is responsible for develop architectures and designs of information technology (IT) systems that are generally resilient and provide protection against attack proportional to the risk vectors that relate.  It is the individual's duty to detect the weaknesses in the systems and develop ways in which to rectify them.  Improves quality results by evaluating, suggesting upgrades and directing changes.  Provides information by collecting, analyzing, and summarizing data and trends in new technologies for security purposes.  Updates job knowledge by participating in educational opportunities; reading professional publications; maintaining personal networks; participating in professional organizations.  Negotiation of Information Security Agreements with high-profile vendors as needed.  Developing new standards, platform standards or architectural standards as needed.  Mentoring of junior staff and engineers in the information security group.  In addition to their role on projects, the Consulting Information Security Architect is often expected to be able to not only contribute to the development of Information Security policy, standards, long term strategic planning and development, but they are expected to be able to lead such efforts. The Architect positions serve as key leaders of the information security team. They will set the direction and agenda on risk management strategy, project approaches, and technology issues; and will lead multiple "virtual teams" that will implement new security architecture or components and integrate security in other IT projects. The Architects will work closely with various business units and interface on a regular basis with technical and non-technical members of the organization and senior business and IT&S leaders. The Architects will have a key role in communicating complex technical issues to technical staff as well as non-technical business stakeholders. Examples of specific Information Security Architect responsibilities include:  Developing new security architecture and controls as needed by actual or expected business change  Setting the level of assessment on projects based on general risk  Setting security requirements  SARC Gate Reviews  Leading the security work on projects  Direct vendor relations for IT&S, including the architecture for all connectivity, the set up of vendor accounts on the HCA network, and the development of contract security terms and language for all national IT agreements.  Direct the integration of information security requirements into new projects from the Product Development group for the development of IT applications.  Direct the integration of information security technologies and architectures to manage risks in HCA's nation-wide network Infrastructure. DIRECTION RECEIVED/RESPONSIBILITY FOR OTHERS: The Information Security Architect provides direction to an assigned lines of business in the following areas:  Clinical (Acute Care, Physician Practices, Ambulatory Services, etc.)  Shared Services (Revenue Cycle, Staffing Services, Group Purchasing Services, Supply Chain Services)  Foundational Infrastructure and Partners (Foundational Security Architect Role)  Research Groups (Clinical Trials)  Joint Ventures (e.g. Software Product JVs)  Corporate Groups  Information Technology   EXPERIENCE: Successful applicant will have 10+ years of applicable experience CISSP or equivalent experience in Information Security is preferred EDUCATION: College Graduate BA Preferred Security Technical Training a Plus (e.g. SANS, CISSP, OWASP, BLACKHAT) SPECIAL QUALIFICATIONS (Required licenses, certificates, specific skills, personal traits,; e.g., RN, CPA, able to type 90 wpm, detail orientation.) To fulfill the responsibilities of this position, the security architect should have the following attributes, expertise, training, and knowledge: InfoSec Related: * Must be able to perform security architectural assessment, large system analysis, functional gap analysis, edge condition analysis. * Ability to develop and drive integration of security requirements for new technologies and systems * They need the ability to connect legal, regulatory, and organizational requirements to identify, architect & design solutions that reduce the risk to the company. * A functional knowledge of various Information Security domains of knowledge (some examples): Network Security, Firewall, Wireless Security, IDS/IPS, Identity Management, Audit Log Controls and Management, Risk Management, Compliance Regulation (HIPAA, PCI, etc). * Knowledge of security specific technologies (preferred): Encryption, PKI, Authentication Protocols, Authorization Protocols, Directory Services, ID Federation, SSO Technologies, Strong Authentication, etc. * A functional knowledge of many emerging technical domains (a plus): Cloud Computing, Virtualization, Mobile Computing, APT Attacks, Botnets, Client-Side Attacks, etc. * They must be an articulate and persuasive technical leader who is able to communicate complex security-related concepts to a broad range of technical and non-technical staff. * Proactively evolve the information security capabilities needed to reduce risk & protect the company. * Knowledge of and experience with security engineering, risk assessment and risk management tasks, techniques and tools (preferred). * Knowledge of and experience with threat modeling, vulnerability testing and penetration testing (a plus). * Develop procedural and automated solutions to improve compliance with security policies and standards. Technical Related: * Demonstrated record as a strong, collaborative technical leader with the ability to think analytically and creatively to solve complex problems. * Provide technical leadership and contribute to departments' strategic planning and roadmap development * A functional knowledge of all core IT domains of knowledge: Network Switching/Routing, Wireless Networking, Network Protocols (TCP/IP, HTTP, FTP, LDAP, etc), Windows Operating Systems, UNIX/Linux Operating Systems, Applications Architectures, Web technologies and protocols. * Able to analyze new technologies and determine how they will impact the company and recommend a suitable course of action. * Extensive and varied experience in Information Technology and Infrastructure Design and Implementation (preferred) * Functional knowledge of programming and software development (a plus) * Application Development Experience (a plus) Leadership Related: * Strong Logic and Critical Thinking Skills * Proven and fast decision making ability * Strong conflict management skills * Strong discussion and facilitation skills in meetings * Excellent multi-tasking, prioritization and time management skills * Strong communication and public speaking skills, can present to large audiences or upper management effectively * Able to do long term planning, long term strategy creation, roadmap creation, etc. * They must have business acumen, communication skills, and process-oriented thinking in addition to very strong technical background. * Good Executive Presence The security architect candidate should possess: * 7+ years of experience in a focused technical information security role; or 10+ years of experience in IT * Advanced Technical Security and/or related education/experience.   PHYSICAL DEMANDS/WORKING CONDITIONS (Specific statements of physical effort required and description of work environment; e.g., prolonged sitting at CRT.) Position may require periodic after hours work and moderate travel at times with little notice. Candidates are expected to work most days at the Nashville, TN corporate office during normal business hours. Candidates are expected to live near (100 miles) of Nashville, TN. Relocation packages are available for qualified candidates selected.    

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Job Description: Division Zone Facility Information Security Official (FISO)  More About HCA..... For a sixth consecutive year HCA has earned national recognition as one of the best workplaces for information technology professionals. HCA ranked No. 42 on Computerworld's 2014 "Best Places to Work in Information Technology" list of 100 companies. HCA has been recognized by the Ethisphere Institute as one of the World's Most Ethical Companies.Summary of Duties The Zone Facility Information Security Official (FISO) is responsible for leading, driving and, in some cases, implementing Information Security (IS) activities and measures in company facilities supported by the division, under the supervision of the Division Director of Information Security Operations (DISO). Facilities These include hospitals, company-managed physician offices, Consolidated Service Centers (CSCs), Ambulatory Surgery Division (ASD) centers and certain other facilities in the division. Depending on the IT model and complexity of the division, the Zone FISO may be assigned to lead and drive IS activities in a few facilities or possibly all facilities in a market or division. IS Activities These activities are part of the enterprise (company-wide) and division-specific IS programs and operations. IS activities at the facility-level are primarily based on: (a) ongoing IS work and expectations outlined in the company's IS policies, standards, and guidance documents, (b) new and/or prioritized IS work in the Facility IS Action Plans from the Corporate IS Department, and (c) IS aspects in projects from the IS Department, IT&S Department, Business Units and Division. Enterprise IS Program The enterprise (company-wide) IS program is led by the VP & CISO and IS Department in IT&S. Together with the DISO, the Zone FISO is the "face" of the enterprise and division IS programs to facility leadership, workforce members, and other people and entities (e.g., physicians and certain vendors) affiliated with the facility. The Zone FISO is responsible for implementing the company's organizational IS agenda, championing improvements to reduce IS risks to patients and business operations in the facility, and serving as a bridge between the division and the facility. Division IS Program The division IS program is led by the DISO. The division program includes implementation plans and activities for the enterprise IS Program and projects, and division-specific IS plans, activities and projects. Like the enterprise IS Program, the Zone FISO is responsible for leading, driving and ensuring the division IS program is implemented in the Zone FISO's assigned facilities. Facility IS Program Generally, the facility IS program and facility IS activities are based on implementation and ongoing, operational compliance with company IS requirements. These activities include both Information Technology (IT) and non-IT related areas. In addition, all facility workforce members have a role regarding IS. The Zone FISO is responsible for leading, driving and helping the facility and facility workforce members appropriately comply with the company's IS requirements. Approach The Zone FISO drives the results the company wants by extending the reach of the enterprise IS program into facilities. This includes developing IS processes, building staff awareness and competencies for security, and effectively collaborating across boundaries to ensure enterprise IS goals and company priorities are met and business value is realized. Relationships This role requires extensive focus on building and expanding relationships with key stakeholders such as Facility leadership, Facility workforce members, Physicians, Division leadership, Division IT team, other Zone FISOs, IS department, business partners and vendors, and other people and entities who support the IS objectives and activities at the facility. Other The Zone FISO must have and will use a combination of skills including IT technical skills, IS knowledge, people relating skills, written and verbal communication skills, interpersonal skills and the ability to develop, communicate and follow processes to get technical and non-technical work accomplished. Duties Include But Are Not Limited To   Lead, drive and implement (where appropriate) IS activities in the facility Provide leadership, drive implementation and drive ongoing compliance in the facility with IS requirements including IS policies and standards, HIPAA Security activities, Facility IS Action Plans, division IS program activities, enterprise IS program, and facility-specific needs. In conjunction with the appropriate division and facility teams, address IS issues identified by the facility, by the division, by corporate groups including Internal Audit or the IS Department, and by outside entities including auditors (e.g., CMS HIPAA Security audits). Work with Facility leadership, HDISs, LSCs, and facility staff to drive the accomplishment of IS goals. Help coordinate non-IT IS work and responsibilities at the facility. Coordinate with HR Director, Facility Privacy Official and Ethics & Compliance Officer to ensure that sanctions related to IS issues are applied appropriately and consistently. Bridge the distance between the HCA information security group and the facility through collaboration, coordination, communication, and operating as part of each. IS Account Management For facility and department managed applications, ensure that application administrators are aware of and adhere to company account management requirements. Ensure Appropriate Access and other user access reviews occur in the facility in accordance with company guidelines.   IS Project Execution Lead and coordinate implementation of IS technologies and projects in the facility. Ensure progress and completion of identified tasks in the Facility Information Security Plan. Issues Tracking and Resolution Track and drive resolution of facility IS issues. Provide technical expertise to resolution of IS issues in the facility. Coordinate facility troubleshooting of issues and questions. Support and coordinate incident response activities involving the facility. Monitor resolution of IS alerts in the facility (e.g., Spyware, SMART anomalies, invalid Social Security Numbers). Respond to user related threat events in the facility by working with the respective department manager to facilitate user awareness. Ensure issues in IS reports are addressed (e.g., SAPortal reports, Passport reports, SecurID activity reports, Internal Audit Self-Monitoring Report). In conjunction with the division IT team, ensure corporate-mandated service packs, patches and hotfixes are applied to facility servers and workstations within the defined time periods. Provide facility-level reporting to the DISO to identify and act on facility-specific IS issues. IS Risk Management Lead risk management processes and decision-making involving each facility, within the framework established in the enterprise IS program. Ensure the designated facility committee (e.g., Facility Security Committee, Facility Ethics & Compliance Committee) receives, documents, tracks, investigates and acts on suspected IS breaches and complaints. Perform walkthrough of the facility to identify potential or actual IS issues on at least a quarterly basis (e.g., physical security of MDF/IDFs; active sessions on unattended workstations; posted passwords). Work with facility personnel and the DISO to complete, submit, and track Security Exception Request Forms (SERFs). Team with facility and division personnel to remediate system issues that are noted in approved SERFs. IS Vendor Systems Security Coordinate IS activities with vendors at the facility. Ensure proper vendor contracts are in place for division and facility IT systems and services. Ensure division and facility-specific IT systems and services receive proper assessments before implementation. Ensure implementation of specified IS architectures for enterprise vendors (e.g., anti-virus, logging, auditing, authentication, authorization, configuration management, encryption and remote access management/monitoring). Ensure vendor systems use approved connectivity, remote management and monitoring. IS Communication Facilitate, and lead where appropriate, IS communication and awareness in the facility. Coordinate with the facility HR and training departments to ensure that periodic workforce training includes company-required IS content (e.g., protection from malicious software; procedures for monitoring log-in attempts and reporting discrepancies; procedures for creating, changing, and safeguarding passwords; procedures for reporting security incidents). Represent Facility IS Needs to Division Serve as the advocate for IS in facility planning. Represent facility needs in division strategic planning, budgeting and work prioritization. Identify development in the IT&S IS department services and operations needed to resolve IS operational issues in the facility. Support division IS initiatives and the DISO Assist the DISO in driving key elements in the enterprise and division IS programs at the facility level. Other Adheres to the Code of Conduct and Mission and Value Statements Assists with other duties as assigned. Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities Knowledge of HIPAA Privacy/Security Regulations and Sarbanes-Oxley IT control standards Strong understanding of Information Security processes, technologies, and practices Hospital, Meditech System, HDIS, LSC, IT Audit, and project management experience desired Must possess excellent written and verbal communication, organization, decision-making, advanced problem solving, and presentation/training skills; as well as initiative, adaptability, and customer focus Must possess the ability to build positive team relationships with all levels of individuals at the facility/ market/ division; corporate level   Education College graduate preferred Experience: Management experience desired Bachelor's degree in IT, Health Information Management, or related field. Three to ten years of related work experience in Information Security and/or IT focused Health Information Management Certification/Licensure: Information Security Certification(s) with demonstrated work experience is preferred. Desired certifications include: CISSP, CISA, CISM, GSEC, GCIH, GCNT, GCFW, GCUX, GCIA

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Job Description: Zone Facility Information Security Official (FISO)  More About HCA..... For a sixth consecutive year HCA has earned national recognition as one of the best workplaces for information technology professionals. HCA ranked No. 42 on Computerworld's 2014 "Best Places to Work in Information Technology" list of 100 companies. HCA has been recognized by the Ethisphere Institute as one of the World's Most Ethical Companies.Summary of Duties The Zone Facility Information Security Official (FISO) is responsible for leading, driving and, in some cases, implementing Information Security (IS) activities and measures in company facilities supported by the division, under the supervision of the Division Director of Information Security Operations (DISO). Facilities These include hospitals, company-managed physician offices, Consolidated Service Centers (CSCs), Ambulatory Surgery Division (ASD) centers and certain other facilities in the division. Depending on the IT model and complexity of the division, the Zone FISO may be assigned to lead and drive IS activities in a few facilities or possibly all facilities in a market or division. IS Activities These activities are part of the enterprise (company-wide) and division-specific IS programs and operations. IS activities at the facility-level are primarily based on: (a) ongoing IS work and expectations outlined in the company's IS policies, standards, and guidance documents, (b) new and/or prioritized IS work in the Facility IS Action Plans from the Corporate IS Department, and (c) IS aspects in projects from the IS Department, IT&S Department, Business Units and Division. Enterprise IS Program The enterprise (company-wide) IS program is led by the VP & CISO and IS Department in IT&S. Together with the DISO, the Zone FISO is the "face" of the enterprise and division IS programs to facility leadership, workforce members, and other people and entities (e.g., physicians and certain vendors) affiliated with the facility. The Zone FISO is responsible for implementing the company's organizational IS agenda, championing improvements to reduce IS risks to patients and business operations in the facility, and serving as a bridge between the division and the facility. Division IS Program The division IS program is led by the DISO. The division program includes implementation plans and activities for the enterprise IS Program and projects, and division-specific IS plans, activities and projects. Like the enterprise IS Program, the Zone FISO is responsible for leading, driving and ensuring the division IS program is implemented in the Zone FISO's assigned facilities. Facility IS Program Generally, the facility IS program and facility IS activities are based on implementation and ongoing, operational compliance with company IS requirements. These activities include both Information Technology (IT) and non-IT related areas. In addition, all facility workforce members have a role regarding IS. The Zone FISO is responsible for leading, driving and helping the facility and facility workforce members appropriately comply with the company's IS requirements. Approach The Zone FISO drives the results the company wants by extending the reach of the enterprise IS program into facilities. This includes developing IS processes, building staff awareness and competencies for security, and effectively collaborating across boundaries to ensure enterprise IS goals and company priorities are met and business value is realized. Relationships This role requires extensive focus on building and expanding relationships with key stakeholders such as Facility leadership, Facility workforce members, Physicians, Division leadership, Division IT team, other Zone FISOs, IS department, business partners and vendors, and other people and entities who support the IS objectives and activities at the facility. Other The Zone FISO must have and will use a combination of skills including IT technical skills, IS knowledge, people relating skills, written and verbal communication skills, interpersonal skills and the ability to develop, communicate and follow processes to get technical and non-technical work accomplished. Duties Include But Are Not Limited To   Lead, drive and implement (where appropriate) IS activities in the facility Provide leadership, drive implementation and drive ongoing compliance in the facility with IS requirements including IS policies and standards, HIPAA Security activities, Facility IS Action Plans, division IS program activities, enterprise IS program, and facility-specific needs. In conjunction with the appropriate division and facility teams, address IS issues identified by the facility, by the division, by corporate groups including Internal Audit or the IS Department, and by outside entities including auditors (e.g., CMS HIPAA Security audits). Work with Facility leadership, HDISs, LSCs, and facility staff to drive the accomplishment of IS goals. Help coordinate non-IT IS work and responsibilities at the facility. Coordinate with HR Director, Facility Privacy Official and Ethics & Compliance Officer to ensure that sanctions related to IS issues are applied appropriately and consistently. Bridge the distance between the HCA information security group and the facility through collaboration, coordination, communication, and operating as part of each. IS Account Management For facility and department managed applications, ensure that application administrators are aware of and adhere to company account management requirements. Ensure Appropriate Access and other user access reviews occur in the facility in accordance with company guidelines.   IS Project Execution Lead and coordinate implementation of IS technologies and projects in the facility. Ensure progress and completion of identified tasks in the Facility Information Security Plan. Issues Tracking and Resolution Track and drive resolution of facility IS issues. Provide technical expertise to resolution of IS issues in the facility. Coordinate facility troubleshooting of issues and questions. Support and coordinate incident response activities involving the facility. Monitor resolution of IS alerts in the facility (e.g., Spyware, SMART anomalies, invalid Social Security Numbers). Respond to user related threat events in the facility by working with the respective department manager to facilitate user awareness. Ensure issues in IS reports are addressed (e.g., SAPortal reports, Passport reports, SecurID activity reports, Internal Audit Self-Monitoring Report). In conjunction with the division IT team, ensure corporate-mandated service packs, patches and hotfixes are applied to facility servers and workstations within the defined time periods. Provide facility-level reporting to the DISO to identify and act on facility-specific IS issues. IS Risk Management Lead risk management processes and decision-making involving each facility, within the framework established in the enterprise IS program. Ensure the designated facility committee (e.g., Facility Security Committee, Facility Ethics & Compliance Committee) receives, documents, tracks, investigates and acts on suspected IS breaches and complaints. Perform walkthrough of the facility to identify potential or actual IS issues on at least a quarterly basis (e.g., physical security of MDF/IDFs; active sessions on unattended workstations; posted passwords). Work with facility personnel and the DISO to complete, submit, and track Security Exception Request Forms (SERFs). Team with facility and division personnel to remediate system issues that are noted in approved SERFs. IS Vendor Systems Security Coordinate IS activities with vendors at the facility. Ensure proper vendor contracts are in place for division and facility IT systems and services. Ensure division and facility-specific IT systems and services receive proper assessments before implementation. Ensure implementation of specified IS architectures for enterprise vendors (e.g., anti-virus, logging, auditing, authentication, authorization, configuration management, encryption and remote access management/monitoring). Ensure vendor systems use approved connectivity, remote management and monitoring. IS Communication Facilitate, and lead where appropriate, IS communication and awareness in the facility. Coordinate with the facility HR and training departments to ensure that periodic workforce training includes company-required IS content (e.g., protection from malicious software; procedures for monitoring log-in attempts and reporting discrepancies; procedures for creating, changing, and safeguarding passwords; procedures for reporting security incidents). Represent Facility IS Needs to Division Serve as the advocate for IS in facility planning. Represent facility needs in division strategic planning, budgeting and work prioritization. Identify development in the IT&S IS department services and operations needed to resolve IS operational issues in the facility. Support division IS initiatives and the DISO Assist the DISO in driving key elements in the enterprise and division IS programs at the facility level. Other Adheres to the Code of Conduct and Mission and Value Statements Assists with other duties as assigned. Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities Knowledge of HIPAA Privacy/Security Regulations and Sarbanes-Oxley IT control standards Strong understanding of Information Security processes, technologies, and practices Hospital, Meditech System, HDIS, LSC, IT Audit, and project management experience desired Must possess excellent written and verbal communication, organization, decision-making, advanced problem solving, and presentation/training skills; as well as initiative, adaptability, and customer focus Must possess the ability to build positive team relationships with all levels of individuals at the facility/ market/ division; corporate level   Education College graduate preferred Experience: Management experience desired Bachelor's degree in IT, Health Information Management, or related field. Three to ten years of related work experience in Information Security and/or IT focused Health Information Management Certification/Licensure: Information Security Certification(s) with demonstrated work experience is preferred. Desired certifications include: CISSP, CISA, CISM, GSEC, GCIH, GCNT, GCFW, GCUX, GCIA

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Job Description: HIM Technician, LewisGale Physicians - Salem, VA HCA Physician Services implements innovative, value added solutions that help physicians deliver high quality, cost effective healthcare to support HCA's commitment to the care and improvement of human life. We focus on quality, streamlining operations and continuously improving technology as we strive to provide the best possible patient care and serve our community.   We offer an excellent benefits package, competitive salary and growth opportunities. Join our team and share your skills and talents with the nation's leading provider of healthcare services.   POSITION OVERVIEW The HIM Tech is a key member of the Physician Practice and processes medical records and documentation to ensure all patients receive high quality, efficient care.  DUTIES INCLUDE BUT NOT LIMITED TO: Completing the necessary steps in medical releases. Organizing medical records for subpoenas. Completing injury reports. Verifying workers comp cases with employers. Coding workers comp encounter forms and setting up workers comp accounts in the Medic system. Completing appropriate forms for state Workers Comp Division. Coding and charging out x-ray reports. Assembling charts for the Occupational Med. Department. Completing monthly referral log. Demonstrating a working knowledge of computer systems used. Picking up and dropping off charts in the correct locations. Assembling new patient charts properly. Filing paper correctly in patient charts. Locating out of file charts. Perform other duties as required.   Must read and understand and adhere to all Physician Services policies and procedures. Practice and adhere to the Code of Conduct and Mission and Values statements. KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, & ABILITIES - This position requires the following minimum requirements: 1. Knowledge of medical record filing system and provider numbers. 2. Knowledge of the legal aspects of releasing medical records. 3. Knowledge of medical record release policies and procedures. 4. Knowledge of workers compensation policies and procedures. 5. Knowledge of Occupational Medicine policies and procedures. 6. Knowledge of computer systems used.

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Job Description: SYSTEMS ANALYST, SENIOR - HEALTH INFORMATION EXCHANGE Description : The Senior Systems Analyst formulates and defines the system scope and objectives based on customer needs. Devises or modifies procedures to solve complex problems, prepares detailed specifications from which programs will be written, analyzes and revises existing system logic problems and documentation as necessary, programs modifications using application language code and tools, tests, debugs, documents and in-services system modifications and upgrades, and has full technical knowledge of all phases of application systems analysis. Responsible for client communication and satisfaction, provides ongoing technical and troubleshooting support for clients, responsible for quality assurance review, and acts as project leader for designated projects as assigned. May work on multiple software applications and/or support multiple institutions. Performs other duties as assigned. Qualifications : REQUIRED EDUCATION: High School Diploma. Prefer Bachelor's or Master's degree. PREFERRED CERTIFICATION: Computer technology related. REQUIRED EXPERIENCE: Three years System Analyst. REQUIRED SPECIFIC SKILLS: Written/verbal communication skills, interpersonal skills, analyze situations/information and problem solve, and customer service skills.   Prefer applicants familiar with HL7 messages, Physician practice workflow and/or Physician Practice EMR.

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Job Description: HIM Technician , Austin Heart Shoal Creek (HIM Department) - Austin , TX HCA Physician Services implements innovative, value added solutions that help physicians deliver high quality, cost effective healthcare to support HCA's commitment to the care and improvement of human life. We focus on quality, streamlining operations and continuously improving technology as we strive to provide the best possible patient care and serve our community.   We offer an excellent benefits package, competitive salary and growth opportunities. Join our team and share your skills and talents with the nation's leading provider of healthcare services.   POSITION OVERVIEW The HIM Tech is a key member of the Physician Practice and processes medical records and documentation to ensure all patients receive high quality, efficient care.  DUTIES INCLUDE BUT NOT LIMITED TO: Completing the necessary steps in medical releases. Organizing medical records for subpoenas. Completing injury reports. Verifying workers comp cases with employers. Coding workers comp encounter forms and setting up workers comp accounts in the Medic system. Completing appropriate forms for state Workers Comp Division. Coding and charging out x-ray reports. Assembling charts for the Occupational Med. Department. Completing monthly referral log. Demonstrating a working knowledge of computer systems used. Picking up and dropping off charts in the correct locations. Assembling new patient charts properly. Filing paper correctly in patient charts. Locating out of file charts. Perform other duties as required.   Must read and understand and adhere to all Physician Services policies and procedures. Practice and adhere to the Code of Conduct and Mission and Values statements. KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, & ABILITIES - This position requires the following minimum requirements: 1. Knowledge of medical record filing system and provider numbers. 2. Knowledge of the legal aspects of releasing medical records. 3. Knowledge of medical record release policies and procedures. 4. Knowledge of workers compensation policies and procedures. 5. Knowledge of Occupational Medicine policies and procedures. 6. Knowledge of computer systems used.

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On the ADVANCE job board, you’ll find many health information technology jobs being offered by a variety of industry-leading employers. That’s due in large part to the fact that healthcare IT jobs are in such high demand right now. In fact, the healthcare industry is leading the charge in the creation of new IT jobs overall, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics. So if you’re pursuing a career in information technology, it’s smart to specialize in healthcare as a way to increase your chances of landing a desirable position.

Thousands of new health information technology jobs are being created every month to keep up with the industry’s constant efforts to improve patient care. From the implementation of electronic health records to the creation of state health information exchanges, it’s an exciting time to find your place in this fast-paced field. Wireless networks are growing, storage infrastructure is expanding and telemedicine is becoming more prevalent. With so many new developments, it’s no surprise that HIT jobs are on the rise! There’s never been a better time to search for health information technology jobs, and the ADVANCE job board is just the place to get started.

On the ADVANCE job board, you’ll find many health information technology jobs being offered by a variety of industry-leading employers. That’s due in large part to the fact that healthcare IT jobs are in such high demand right now. In fact, the healthcare industry is leading the charge in the creation of new IT jobs overall, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics. So if you’re pursuing a career in information technology, it’s smart to specialize in healthcare as a way to increase your chances of landing a desirable position.

Thousands of new health information technology jobs are being created every month to keep up with the industry’s constant efforts to improve patient care. From the implementation of electronic health records to the creation of state health information exchanges, it’s an exciting time to find your place in this fast-paced field. Wireless networks are growing, storage infrastructure is expanding and telemedicine is becoming more prevalent. With so many new developments, it’s no surprise that HIT jobs are on the rise! There’s never been a better time to search for health information technology jobs, and the ADVANCE job board is just the place to get started.