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Position Summary: The Coder IV is a member of the Health Information Management Team responsible for ensuring the accuracy and completeness of clinical coding, validating the information in the databases for outcome management and specialty registries, across the entire integrated healthcare system. The purpose of this position is to apply the appropriate diagnostic and procedural codes to individual patient health information records for data retrieval, analysis and claims processing. This position is expected to perform duties in alignment with the mission and policies within the Dignity Health organization, TJC, CMS, and other regulatory agencies.   Principle Duties and Accountabilities: - Assign codes for diagnoses, treatments, and procedures according to the appropriate classification system for inpatient admissions. - Can also code ancillary, emergency department, same-day surgery, and observation charts if needed. - Review provider documentation to determine the principal diagnosis, co-morbidities and complications, secondary conditions and surgical procedures following official coding guidelines. - Utilize technical coding principals and APC reimbursement expertise to assign appropriate ICD-IO-CM diagnoses, ICD-IO-PCS as appropriate, and CPT-4 for procedures. - Understanding of ICD10 Coding in relation to DRGs - Abstract additional data elements during the chart review process when coding, as needed - Utilize technical coding principals and MS-DRG reimbursement expertise to assign appropriate ICD-10- CM diagnoses and ICD- IO-PCS procedures. - Ensure accurate coding by clarifying diagnosis _and procedural information through an established query process if necessary. - Assign Present on Admission (POA) value for inpatient diagnoses. - Extract required information from source documentation and enter into encoder and abstracting system. - Identifies non-payment conditions; Hospital-Acquired Conditions (HAC), Patient Safety Indicators (PSI) following, report through established procedures. - Collaborate in the DRG Mismatch process with the Clinical Documentation Improvement team. - Review documentation to verify and when necessary, correct the patient disposition upon discharge. - Prioritize work to ensure the timeframe of medical record coding meets regulatory requirements. - Serve as a resource for coding related questions as appropriate. - Adhere to and maintain required levels of performance in both Coding accuracy and productivity. - Review and maintain a record of charts coded, held, and/or missing - Provide documentation feedback to Providers, as needed - Participate in Coding department meetings and educational events. - Meet performance and quality standards at the Coder III level. - Abide by the Standards of Ethical Coding as set forth by the American Health Information Management Association (AHIMA) and adheres to official coding guidelines. - Other duties as assigned that have a direct impact on our ability to decrease the DNFB and support Revenue Cycle, including but not limited to charge validation, observation calculations, etc..
Job ID
2020-103046
Department
HIM Coding
Facility
Mercy Medical Center Merced
Shift
Day
Employment Type
Full Time
Location
CA-MERCED
Position Summary: The Coder IV is a member of the Health Information Management Team responsible for ensuring the accuracy and completeness of clinical coding, validating the information in the databases for outcome management and specialty registries, across the entire integrated healthcare system. The purpose of this position is to apply the appropriate diagnostic and procedural codes to individual patient health information records for data retrieval, analysis and claims processing. This position is expected to perform duties in alignment with the mission and policies within the Dignity Health organization, TJC, CMS, and other regulatory agencies.   Principle Duties and Accountabilities: - Assign codes for diagnoses, treatments, and procedures according to the appropriate classification system for inpatient admissions. - Can also code ancillary, emergency department, same-day surgery, and observation charts if needed. - Review provider documentation to determine the principal diagnosis, co-morbidities and complications, secondary conditions and surgical procedures following official coding guidelines. - Utilize technical coding principals and APC reimbursement expertise to assign appropriate ICD-IO-CM diagnoses, ICD-IO-PCS as appropriate, and CPT-4 for procedures. - Understanding of ICD10 Coding in relation to DRGs - Abstract additional data elements during the chart review process when coding, as needed - Utilize technical coding principals and MS-DRG reimbursement expertise to assign appropriate ICD-10- CM diagnoses and ICD- IO-PCS procedures. - Ensure accurate coding by clarifying diagnosis _and procedural information through an established query process if necessary. - Assign Present on Admission (POA) value for inpatient diagnoses. - Extract required information from source documentation and enter into encoder and abstracting system. - Identifies non-payment conditions; Hospital-Acquired Conditions (HAC), Patient Safety Indicators (PSI) following, report through established procedures. - Collaborate in the DRG Mismatch process with the Clinical Documentation Improvement team. - Review documentation to verify and when necessary, correct the patient disposition upon discharge. - Prioritize work to ensure the timeframe of medical record coding meets regulatory requirements. - Serve as a resource for coding related questions as appropriate. - Adhere to and maintain required levels of performance in both Coding accuracy and productivity. - Review and maintain a record of charts coded, held, and/or missing - Provide documentation feedback to Providers, as needed - Participate in Coding department meetings and educational events. - Meet performance and quality standards at the Coder III level. - Abide by the Standards of Ethical Coding as set forth by the American Health Information Management Association (AHIMA) and adheres to official coding guidelines. - Other duties as assigned that have a direct impact on our ability to decrease the DNFB and support Revenue Cycle, including but not limited to charge validation, observation calculations, etc..
Job ID
2020-103045
Department
HIM Coding
Facility
Mercy Medical Center Merced
Shift
Day
Employment Type
Full Time
Location
CA-MERCED
Position Summary: The Coder IV is a member of the Health Information Management Team responsible for ensuring the accuracy and completeness of clinical coding, validating the information in the databases for outcome management and specialty registries, across the entire integrated healthcare system. The purpose of this position is to apply the appropriate diagnostic and procedural codes to individual patient health information records for data retrieval, analysis and claims processing. This position is expected to perform duties in alignment with the mission and policies within the Dignity Health organization, TJC, CMS, and other regulatory agencies.   Principle Duties and Accountabilities: - Assign codes for diagnoses, treatments, and procedures according to the appropriate classification system for inpatient admissions. - Can also code ancillary, emergency department, same-day surgery, and observation charts if needed. - Review provider documentation to determine the principal diagnosis, co-morbidities and complications, secondary conditions and surgical procedures following official coding guidelines. - Utilize technical coding principals and APC reimbursement expertise to assign appropriate ICD-IO-CM diagnoses, ICD-IO-PCS as appropriate, and CPT-4 for procedures. - Understanding of ICD10 Coding in relation to DRGs - Abstract additional data elements during the chart review process when coding, as needed - Utilize technical coding principals and MS-DRG reimbursement expertise to assign appropriate ICD-10- CM diagnoses and ICD- IO-PCS procedures. - Ensure accurate coding by clarifying diagnosis _and procedural information through an established query process if necessary. - Assign Present on Admission (POA) value for inpatient diagnoses. - Extract required information from source documentation and enter into encoder and abstracting system. - Identifies non-payment conditions; Hospital-Acquired Conditions (HAC), Patient Safety Indicators (PSI) following, report through established procedures. - Collaborate in the DRG Mismatch process with the Clinical Documentation Improvement team. - Review documentation to verify and when necessary, correct the patient disposition upon discharge. - Prioritize work to ensure the timeframe of medical record coding meets regulatory requirements. - Serve as a resource for coding related questions as appropriate. - Adhere to and maintain required levels of performance in both Coding accuracy and productivity. - Review and maintain a record of charts coded, held, and/or missing - Provide documentation feedback to Providers, as needed - Participate in Coding department meetings and educational events. - Meet performance and quality standards at the Coder III level. - Abide by the Standards of Ethical Coding as set forth by the American Health Information Management Association (AHIMA) and adheres to official coding guidelines. - Other duties as assigned that have a direct impact on our ability to decrease the DNFB and support Revenue Cycle, including but not limited to charge validation, observation calculations, etc..
Job ID
2020-103044
Department
HIM Coding
Facility
Mercy Medical Center Merced
Shift
Day
Employment Type
Full Time
Location
CA-MERCED
Job Summary: The Coder IV is a member of the Health Information Management Team responsible for ensuring the accuracy and completeness of clinical coding, validating the information in the databases for outcome management and specialty registries, across the entire integrated healthcare system. The purpose of this position is to apply the appropriate diagnostic and procedural codes to individual patient health information records for data retrieval, analysis and claims processing. This position is expected to perform duties in alignment with the mission and policies within the Dignity Health organization, TJC, CMS, and other regulatory agencies.   - Assign codes for diagnoses, treatments, and procedures according to the appropriate classification system for inpatient admissions. - Can also code ancillary, emergency department, same-day surgery, and observation charts if needed. - Review provider documentation to determine the principal diagnosis, co-morbidities and complications, secondary conditions and surgical procedures following official coding guidelines. - Utilize technical coding principals and APC reimbursement expertise to assign appropriate ICD-IO-CM diagnoses, ICD-IO-PCS as appropriate, and CPT-4 for procedures. - Understanding of ICD10 Coding in relation to DRGs - Abstract additional data elements during the chart review process when coding, as needed - Utilize technical coding principals and MS-DRG reimbursement expertise to assign appropriate ICD-10- CM diagnoses and ICD- IO-PCS procedures. - Ensure accurate coding by clarifying diagnosis _and procedural information through an established query process if necessary. - Assign Present on Admission (POA) value for inpatient diagnoses. - Extract required information from source documentation and enter into encoder and abstracting system. - Identifies non-payment conditions; Hospital-Acquired Conditions (HAC), Patient Safety Indicators (PSI) following, report through established procedures. - Collaborate in the DRG Mismatch process with the Clinical Documentation Improvement team. - Review documentation to verify and when necessary, correct the patient disposition upon discharge. - Prioritize work to ensure the timeframe of medical record coding meets regulatory requirements. - Serve as a resource for coding related questions as appropriate. - Adhere to and maintain required levels of performance in both Coding accuracy and productivity. - Review and maintain a record of charts coded, held, and/or missing - Provide documentation feedback to Providers, as needed - Participate in Coding department meetings and educational events. - Meet performance and quality standards at the Coder III level. - Abide by the Standards of Ethical Coding as set forth by the American Health Information Management Association (AHIMA) and adheres to official coding guidelines. - Other duties as assigned that have a direct impact on our ability to decrease the DNFB and support Revenue Cycle, including but not limited to charge validation, observation calculations, etc..
Job ID
2020-96328
Department
HIM Coding
Facility
Saint Marys Medical Center
Shift
Day
Employment Type
Full Time
Location
CA-SAN FRANCISCO
Job Summary: The Coder IV is a member of the Health Information Management Team responsible for ensuring the accuracy and completeness of clinical coding, validating the information in the databases for outcome management and specialty registries, across the entire integrated healthcare system. The purpose of this position is to apply the appropriate diagnostic and procedural codes to individual patient health information records for data retrieval, analysis and claims processing. This position is expected to perform duties in alignment with the mission and policies within the Dignity Health organization, TJC, CMS, and other regulatory agencies.   - Assign codes for diagnoses, treatments, and procedures according to the appropriate classification system for inpatient admissions. - Can also code ancillary, emergency department, same-day surgery, and observation charts if needed. - Review provider documentation to determine the principal diagnosis, co-morbidities and complications, secondary conditions and surgical procedures following official coding guidelines. - Utilize technical coding principals and APC reimbursement expertise to assign appropriate ICD-IO-CM diagnoses, ICD-IO-PCS as appropriate, and CPT-4 for procedures. - Understanding of ICD10 Coding in relation to DRGs - Abstract additional data elements during the chart review process when coding, as needed - Utilize technical coding principals and MS-DRG reimbursement expertise to assign appropriate ICD-10- CM diagnoses and ICD- IO-PCS procedures. - Ensure accurate coding by clarifying diagnosis _and procedural information through an established query process if necessary. - Assign Present on Admission (POA) value for inpatient diagnoses. - Extract required information from source documentation and enter into encoder and abstracting system. - Identifies non-payment conditions; Hospital-Acquired Conditions (HAC), Patient Safety Indicators (PSI) following, report through established procedures. - Collaborate in the DRG Mismatch process with the Clinical Documentation Improvement team. - Review documentation to verify and when necessary, correct the patient disposition upon discharge. - Prioritize work to ensure the timeframe of medical record coding meets regulatory requirements. - Serve as a resource for coding related questions as appropriate. - Adhere to and maintain required levels of performance in both Coding accuracy and productivity. - Review and maintain a record of charts coded, held, and/or missing - Provide documentation feedback to Providers, as needed - Participate in Coding department meetings and educational events. - Meet performance and quality standards at the Coder III level. - Abide by the Standards of Ethical Coding as set forth by the American Health Information Management Association (AHIMA) and adheres to official coding guidelines. - Other duties as assigned that have a direct impact on our ability to decrease the DNFB and support Revenue Cycle, including but not limited to charge validation, observation calculations, etc..
Job ID
2020-96326
Department
HIM Coding
Facility
Saint Marys Medical Center
Shift
Day
Employment Type
Full Time
Location
CA-SAN FRANCISCO
Job Summary: The Coder IV is a member of the Health Information Management Team responsible for ensuring the accuracy and completeness of clinical coding, validating the information in the databases for outcome management and specialty registries, across the entire integrated healthcare system. The purpose of this position is to apply the appropriate diagnostic and procedural codes to individual patient health information records for data retrieval, analysis and claims processing. This position is expected to perform duties in alignment with the mission and policies within the Dignity Health organization, TJC, CMS, and other regulatory agencies.   - Assign codes for diagnoses, treatments, and procedures according to the appropriate classification system for inpatient admissions. - Can also code ancillary, emergency department, same-day surgery, and observation charts if needed. - Review provider documentation to determine the principal diagnosis, co-morbidities and complications, secondary conditions and surgical procedures following official coding guidelines. - Utilize technical coding principals and APC reimbursement expertise to assign appropriate ICD-IO-CM diagnoses, ICD-IO-PCS as appropriate, and CPT-4 for procedures. - Understanding of ICD10 Coding in relation to DRGs - Abstract additional data elements during the chart review process when coding, as needed - Utilize technical coding principals and MS-DRG reimbursement expertise to assign appropriate ICD-10- CM diagnoses and ICD- IO-PCS procedures. - Ensure accurate coding by clarifying diagnosis _and procedural information through an established query process if necessary. - Assign Present on Admission (POA) value for inpatient diagnoses. - Extract required information from source documentation and enter into encoder and abstracting system. - Identifies non-payment conditions; Hospital-Acquired Conditions (HAC), Patient Safety Indicators (PSI) following, report through established procedures. - Collaborate in the DRG Mismatch process with the Clinical Documentation Improvement team. - Review documentation to verify and when necessary, correct the patient disposition upon discharge. - Prioritize work to ensure the timeframe of medical record coding meets regulatory requirements. - Serve as a resource for coding related questions as appropriate. - Adhere to and maintain required levels of performance in both Coding accuracy and productivity. - Review and maintain a record of charts coded, held, and/or missing - Provide documentation feedback to Providers, as needed - Participate in Coding department meetings and educational events. - Meet performance and quality standards at the Coder III level. - Abide by the Standards of Ethical Coding as set forth by the American Health Information Management Association (AHIMA) and adheres to official coding guidelines. - Other duties as assigned that have a direct impact on our ability to decrease the DNFB and support Revenue Cycle, including but not limited to charge validation, observation calculations, etc..
Job ID
2020-96194
Department
HIM Coding
Facility
Community Hospital of San Bernardino
Shift
Day
Employment Type
Full Time
Location
CA-San Bernardino
Job Summary: The Coder IV is a member of the Health Information Management Team responsible for ensuring the accuracy and completeness of clinical coding, validating the information in the databases for outcome management and specialty registries, across the entire integrated healthcare system. The purpose of this position is to apply the appropriate diagnostic and procedural codes to individual patient health information records for data retrieval, analysis and claims processing. This position is expected to perform duties in alignment with the mission and policies within the Dignity Health organization, TJC, CMS, and other regulatory agencies.   - Assign codes for diagnoses, treatments, and procedures according to the appropriate classification system for inpatient admissions. - Can also code ancillary, emergency department, same-day surgery, and observation charts if needed. - Review provider documentation to determine the principal diagnosis, co-morbidities and complications, secondary conditions and surgical procedures following official coding guidelines. - Utilize technical coding principals and APC reimbursement expertise to assign appropriate ICD-IO-CM diagnoses, ICD-IO-PCS as appropriate, and CPT-4 for procedures. - Understanding of ICD10 Coding in relation to DRGs - Abstract additional data elements during the chart review process when coding, as needed - Utilize technical coding principals and MS-DRG reimbursement expertise to assign appropriate ICD-10- CM diagnoses and ICD- IO-PCS procedures. - Ensure accurate coding by clarifying diagnosis _and procedural information through an established query process if necessary. - Assign Present on Admission (POA) value for inpatient diagnoses. - Extract required information from source documentation and enter into encoder and abstracting system. - Identifies non-payment conditions; Hospital-Acquired Conditions (HAC), Patient Safety Indicators (PSI) following, report through established procedures. - Collaborate in the DRG Mismatch process with the Clinical Documentation Improvement team. - Review documentation to verify and when necessary, correct the patient disposition upon discharge. - Prioritize work to ensure the timeframe of medical record coding meets regulatory requirements. - Serve as a resource for coding related questions as appropriate. - Adhere to and maintain required levels of performance in both Coding accuracy and productivity. - Review and maintain a record of charts coded, held, and/or missing - Provide documentation feedback to Providers, as needed - Participate in Coding department meetings and educational events. - Meet performance and quality standards at the Coder III level. - Abide by the Standards of Ethical Coding as set forth by the American Health Information Management Association (AHIMA) and adheres to official coding guidelines. - Other duties as assigned that have a direct impact on our ability to decrease the DNFB and support Revenue Cycle, including but not limited to charge validation, observation calculations, etc..
Job ID
2020-96091
Department
HIM Coding
Facility
Mercy Hospital Bakersfield
Shift
Day
Employment Type
Full Time
Location
CA-Bakersfield
Position Summary: The Coder I is a member of the Health Information Management Team responsible for ensuring the accuracy and completeness of clinical coding, validating the information in the databases for outcome management and specialty registries, across the entire integrated healthcare system. The purpose of this position is to apply the appropriate diagnostic and procedural codes to individual patient health information records for data retrieval, analysis and claims processing. This position is expected to perform duties in alignment with the mission and policies within the Dignity Health organization, TJC, CMS, and other regulatory agencies.   Principle Duties and Accountabilities: - Assign codes for diagnoses, treatments, and procedures according to the appropriate classification system for Ancillary admissions. - Review provider documentation to determine the reason for the visit, first listed and secondary diagnosis codes and surgical procedures following official coding guidelines. - Provide documentation feedback to providers, as needed. - Utilize technical coding principals and APC reimbursement expertise to assign appropriate ICD-10-CM diagnoses and CPT codes for procedures. - Extract required information from source documentation and enter into encoder and abstracting system. - Review documentation to verify and when necessary, correct the patient disposition upon discharge. Prioritize work to ensure the timeframe of medical record coding meets established KPI's. - Serve as a resource for coding related questions as appropriate. - Meet performance and quality standards at the Coder I level. - Participate in department meetings and educational events. - Abide by the Standards of Ethical Coding as set forth by the American Health Information  Management Association (AHIMA) and adheres to official coding guidelines. Assists with OSHPD correction. - Other duties as assigned that have a direct impact on our ability to decrease the DNFB and support Revenue Cycle, including but not limited to charge validation, observation calculations, etc..
Job ID
2020-103040
Department
HIM Coding
Facility
Mercy Medical Center Merced
Shift
Day
Employment Type
Full Time
Location
CA-MERCED
Coder 2 is a member of the Health Information Management Team (HIM) responsible for ensuring the accuracy and completeness of clinical coding, validating the information in the databases for outcome management and specialty registries, across the entire integrated healthcare system. The purpose of this position is to apply the appropriate diagnostic and procedural codes to individual patient health information records for data retrieval, analysis and claims processing. This position is expected to perform duties in alignment with the mission and policies within the Dignity Health organization, TJC, CMS and other regulatory agencies. This position is represented by SEIU, Local 1107 and is covered by the terms and conditions of the applicable collective bargaining agreement.
Job ID
2020-104567
Department
HIM Coding
Facility
St Rose Dominican - Siena
Shift
Day
Employment Type
Full Time
Location
NV-HENDERSON
Coder 4 is a member of the Health Information Management Team (HIM) responsible for ensuring the accuracy and completeness of clinical coding, validating the information in the databases for outcome management and specialty registries, across the entire integrated healthcare system. The purpose of this position is to apply the appropriate diagnostic and procedural codes to individual patient health information records for data retrieval, analysis and claims processing. This position is expected to perform duties in alignment with the mission and policies within the Dignity Health organization, TJC, CMS and other regulatory agencies. This position is represented by SEIU, Local 1107 and is covered by the terms and conditions of the applicable collective bargaining agreement.
Job ID
2020-104569
Department
HIM Coding
Facility
St Rose Dominican - Siena
Shift
Day
Employment Type
Full Time
Location
NV-HENDERSON
Position Summary: Creates communications programs that effectively describe and promote the organization and its products including graphics, brochures, company or product fact sheets, logos, or other promotional products. Manages the research and development of content for publication of products. Develops external media relations and establishing rapport to present a positive image of the organization to external sources. Principal Duties and Accountabilities: - Manages the research and development of content for publication of products. Creating, implementing and overseeing communications programs that effectively describe and promote the organization and its products. - Developing external media relations and establishing rapport to present a positive image of the organization to external sources. - Reviewing media coverage and overseeing press releases for publication to external sources. - Overseeing work of internal publication to ensure timely and accurate portrayal of messages and materials. Manages the research and development of content for publication of products. #DHLeader
Job ID
2019-94151
Department
Public Relations
Facility
Dominican Oaks
Shift
Day
Employment Type
Full Time
Location
CA-SANTA CRUZ
Position Summary:   The Contact Center Manager is expected to provide visionary leadership to maximize the effectiveness of all service delivery systems, financial performance, engages staff and cultivates a contact center culture that prioritizes humankindness and patient-centric care consistent with Dignity Health and the medical group's way and culture. Effectively manages all operational aspects of the assigned contact center(s). Works closely with staff and providers to ensure that all fiduciary and contact center goals are met. Proactively determines workload priorities through planning, coordination and managing staff and providers to meet the care center's administrative, operational and support requirements.    Responsibilities may include: - In collaboration with Care Center and Provider Site leadership, supports a vision and culture that reflects a patient care-focused environment. Collaborates, as appropriate, to discuss and effectively manage ongoing contact center operations and resolve operational, staff and financial issues pertaining to the contact center. - Participates in work groups, teams, task forces and committees to support ongoing improvement in contact center operations. Provides value-added and productive input and drives continual improvement, supports standardization and streamlining, and resolves ongoing patient care issues. - Provides effective support and resolution on contact center service-line issues. - Analyzes program goals and objectives given current contact center service delivery trends, makes accurate short- and long-term projections to establish program needs and resource requirements; and helps to identify potential sources of funds and revenues to meet those requirements. - Uses contact center performance metrics and other benchmarking tools to review performance on census, operational, financial, patient satisfaction, provider satisfaction, and patient safety standards. Ensures contact center meets established standards. Takes ownership of and appropriate action to improve contact center performance. - Oversees quality of task (i.e., electronic health record) management to support patients and providers. Audits for accuracy and completeness. Reviews task routing and response times. Mentors and coaches contact center staff on areas of improvement. - Coordinates facility management and support, including voice and data communications, electronic medical record and clinical information systems, space, and equipment. Manages building maintenance and repairs with site manager. Participates in the integration of clinical information systems into contact center operations. - Responsible for coordination and management of the contact center's financial operation budget. Ensures that patient care is achieved cost effectively. In conjunction with contact center leadership assists in the development of annual care center budget; by forecasting visits and expenses. Monitors fiscal operations on an ongoing basis. Resolves problems, issues and discrepancies in monthly financial reports. - Develops, analyzes, and implements processes and systems to enhance customer service. Reviews and monitors patient satisfaction trends and results. Provides mentoring and coaching to staff to enhance customer service skills and ensure patients, internal employees and providers receive excellent customer service. Responds to patient complaints; works to resolve complaints and implements proactive measures to prevent similar occurrences from occurring. - Leads by example and creates a contact center environment that fosters Dignity Health's mission, vision, values and the Standards of Conduct. Ensures staff is connected to how they contribute to the mission of patient care and community relations. - Determines workload priorities to enable timely completion of tasks. Plans, coordinates and effectively leads contact center staff to meet the care center's patient care, administrative, operational and support requirements. Prioritizes and allocates contact center staff, space, equipment and other resources to optimize contact center service, including ensuring adequate coverage for standard and non-standard hours of operations. Ensures contact center staff are working within defined scope of practice. - Analyzes contact center staffing patterns and workload to ensure appropriate staffing to meet patient care standards and minimizes premium pay, including coordination of provider schedules, time off requests, unplanned absences and on-call schedules. - Effectively leads contact center staff in a manner that engages and retains well-qualified staff. Meets with staff on frequent basis to effectively and timely disseminate information, gives staff opportunity for input on solving issues; improves communications, encourages effective teamwork and positive morale. - Other duties as assigned.  
Job ID
2020-108458
Department
Contact Center
Facility
Dignity Health Medical Group Ventura
Shift
Day
Employment Type
Full Time
Location
CA-Camarillo
- Responsible for meeting all of the DHMSO Job Standards described below. - Prepares, enters and maintains provider contract information in all appropriate information systems and hardcopy files, insuring that information is readily available for reference by DHMSO staff by all appropriate means, including hardcopy and electronic. - Negotiates provider contract language and contract rates. - Acts as a resource for internal departments as well as external organizations and customers on contract interpretation and contract modification. - Organizes and attends meetings as necessary, including responsibility for agenda, minutes and handouts. - Performs and completes general office work, including clerical tasks such as filing, composing correspondence, contracts, and other related documents. - Secures one case agreement with non-contracted providers as requested. - Insures that supplies and equipment necessary to complete work assignments are available for continuity of workflow and cost effectiveness. - Provides support to designated management staff as assigned. - Assists with special projects as assigned.   #MISSIONCRITICAL
Job ID
2020-103285
Department
Managed Care Contracting
Facility
Dignity Health Management Services Organization
Shift
Day
Employment Type
Full Time
Location
CA-Bakersfield
Job Summary / Purpose The Specialist, Contract Operations is responsible for supporting the development and implementation of operational standards for storing, protecting and managing CommonSpirit Health payer contracts.  Accountabilities include developing contract operations standards, ensuring contracts are properly loaded into the contract management system, managing contract access and permissions, performing routine audits to ensure the accuracy and completeness of contract data elements, and performing contract language assessments to assist in the evaluation of contract performance and the negotiation of payer contract terms.   Essential Key Job Responsibilities - Serves as primary resource for intake, review and loading of dually signed contractual agreements into the CommonSpirit Health electronic contract management system. - Supports the development of the national standards for managed care contract operations throughout the contract lifecycle to ensure payer contracts are effectively stored, managed and protected. - Assists with the design, build and implementation of standard processes, templates, tools, user guides, and policies to support the operational component of the contracting lifecycle to drive efficiency and accuracy of contract storage and maintenance activities. - Performs scanning, cataloguing and loading of the payer contracts and terms into the contract management system. - Properly stores paper copies of signed payer contracts as applicable per required policies and procedures. - Reviews and audits payer contract language prior to and/or after negotiations are completed using standardized processes and tools. - Supports contract access and permissions review and tracking to ensure compliance with confidentiality rules, policies and contractual obligations. - Provides education and training to key stakeholders on contract operations tools, capabilities, requirements and systems to ensure compliance with national policies and procedures. - Develops and produce real-time reporting as required to support projects or negotiations. - Performs and supports initiatives and/or special projects at the direction of Payer Strategy & Relationships leadership.  Non-essential Job Responsibilities - Educate key stakeholders on PSR initiatives and objectives - Coordinate system reporting to address internal and external requests - Other duties as required by PSR Leadership  
Job ID
2019-91735
Department
Managed Care Contracting
Shift
Day
Employment Type
Full Time
Location
CO-Englewood
Job Summary:  The Contract Specialist, Divisional Payers, Payer Strategy & Relationships (PSR) works closely with Divisional Payers, the Payer Relations Manager, Divisional Directors, National PSR team, and the PSR Analytics & Innovation team, to support the negotiation of terms and conditions for Managed Care payer contracts for facility, professional, and ancillary entities. Primary focus of contracting and negotiation support is to ensure the terms and conditions of the payer contract adhere to the CSH Standards and Guidelines, represent industry best practices for Fee for Service and value-based arrangements, and align with operational objectives.   Job Responsibilities:  - Review contract proposals, language and rate sheets to ensure accuracy, completeness and in compliance with CommonSpirit Health standards and guidelines. - Recommend corrections, changes and any language opportunities in documents to Director. - Assist Director with updating project plan documents, meeting minutes and action item follow up related to Divisional Payers renewals and planning. - Ensure that all amendments, letters of agreement (LOA), memorandum of understanding (MOU) and other contract documents are signed by the appropriate parties and provide the fully executed contract documents to the Contract Administration team. - Coordinate with Division PSR teams as needed to facilitate credentialing and re-credentialing of CSH entities. - Maintains complete and up to date inventory of all CSH hospitals/specialty hospitals to include demographic information, license, NPI, Tax ID information, etc. - Assist in communicating and operationalizing contract terms, amendments, and policy terms. - Maintain Divisional Payer knowledge base to include financial statements/reports, news articles and other information. - Adhere to all established contracting guidelines. Contracting accountability for negotiation support include hospital, physician, and ancillary services.  
Job ID
2019-90457
Department
Managed Care Contracting
Facility
Dignity Health System Office
Shift
Day
Employment Type
Full Time
Location
NE-Omaha
  Position Summary:Under general supervision, prepares, seasons and cooks food for hospital patients, employees, visitors and catering events according to departmental procedures.    
Job ID
2020-108648
Department
Nutrition Services
Facility
Mark Twain Medical Center
Shift
Evening
Employment Type
Full Time
Location
CA-SAN ANDREAS
About This Position Prepares and serves food for patients, staff, volunteers and visitors according to established policies/procedures, governmental regulations and does this in a safe/sanitary manner. May be cross trained in several shifts throughout the day. Performs general cleaning duties such as washing utensils, pots, pans and work areas.   Selection Criteria Two years previous cooking experience. Knowledge of Kitchen Equipment. Basic food preparation and timing.
Job ID
2020-108049
Department
Nutrition Services
Facility
Arroyo Grande Community Hospital
Shift
Day
Employment Type
Per Diem
Location
CA-ARROYO GRANDE
  Position Summary:Under general supervision, prepares, seasons and cooks food for hospital patients, employees, visitors and catering events according to departmental procedures.    
Job ID
2020-106749
Department
Nutrition Services
Facility
Mark Twain Medical Center
Shift
Varied
Employment Type
Per Diem
Location
CA-SAN ANDREAS
Responsible for reviewing menus and preparing meals according to production sheets using proper sanitation techniques and maintaining proper portion control and leftover utilization. Demonstrates leadership skill.     Benefits include: - Medical Coverage - The Dignity Health Arizona Preferred Plan is a “no premium” plan for employees - Dental Plans - There are three dental plans to choose from to include a “no premium” plan! - Vision Plans - Tuition Assistance Program - $5,250 for full-time employees and $2,625 for part-time employees - Student Loan Program - Paid Time Off (PTO) - Up to 24 days per year - Paid Holidays - Full-time and part-time employees are eligible for paid holidays
Job ID
2020-105814
Department
Nutrition Services
Facility
St Josephs Hospital and Medical Center
Shift
Varied
Employment Type
Full Time
Location
AZ-PHOENIX
Responsible for reviewing menus and preparing meals according to production sheets using proper sanitation techniques and maintaining proper portion control and leftover utilization. Demonstrates leadership skill.
Job ID
2020-94953
Department
Nutrition Services
Facility
St Josephs Hospital and Medical Center
Shift
Varied
Employment Type
Seasonal/Casual/OnCall/Supplemental
Location
AZ-PHOENIX

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