Job Description

Location: Rockledge Regional Medical Center
Posted Date: 8/2/2021

Position Summary:
The CV Data Abstractor/Chest Pain Coordinator is responsible for abstracting a large volume of clinical case records within published deadlines for reporting to The Joint Commission, the Centers for Medicaid and Medicare Services (CMS) and other national registries as required in support of business objectives and in compliance with regulatory standards. Superior communication skills. Able to discuss complex procedures with physicians and change practice habits based on evidence based medicine. Educate staff to ensure charting compliance with national registries. Communicate registry outcomes in the department meetings. Support the mission and vision of the Heart Institute.

Qualifications:
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Years of Related Experience
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0-1
2-4X
5-8 X
8+
Licensure/Certification/Education (Required):
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  1. Education 3: Technical School/2 Years College/Associates Degree
  2. Current/Active Florida Registered Nurse License (RN) OR Approved Multi-State License
Licensure/Certification/Education (Preferred):
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  1. Education 4: Bachelor's Degree
Specialized Skills (Required):
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  1. Knowledge of the practices and techniques related to data management/collection and database auditing.
  2. Ability to manage continuous data collection from multiple sources/sites.
  3. Ability to apply critical thinking to understand and accurately interpret clinical data for timely and accurate abstraction.
  4. Ability to identify data anomalies and potential issues or trends that warrant further tracking or review; statistical knowledge is preferred.
  5. Ability to use office equipment and automated systems/applications/software at an acceptable level of proficiency. Familiarity and comfort with MS Office products is essential.
  6. Knowledge of meaning and usage of medical terminology, abbreviations, formulary medications and basic disease management.
  7. Knowledge of the content and intent of regulatory requirements applicable to designated scope of responsibility
Specialized Skills (Preferred):
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  1. Knowledge of professional nursing principles, standards, protocols, procedures, equipment and associated clinical data management.

Equal Employment Opportunity

  • Steward Health Care is an Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) employer. Steward Health Care does not discriminate on the grounds of race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability, veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identity and/or expression or any other non-job-related characteristic.

The Chest Pain Coordinator, under the direction of the Cardiology Service Line Director shares responsibility for administering all aspects of the Chest Pain Accreditation Program. The Chest Pain Coordinator is responsible for formulating long and short term strategies to ensure that the mission and vision of Rockledge Regional Medical Center are carried out through the delivery of high quality cost-effective patient care for all patients within the cardiology program.

The Chest Pain Coordinator is responsible for ensuring that all chest pain standards are met as required by the Joint Commission and that the standardized measure sets for cardiac care are met for all patients.

The Chest Pain Coordinator is responsible for tracking our results on the NCDR PCI registry and developing strategies to ensure we are in the green for all elements.

The Chest Pain Coordinator is responsible for program development, planning, organizing, implementation, assessment, patient flow and performance improvement of the cardiology program.

The Program Coordinator is also responsible for the utilization, community outreach, patient advocacy, staff and physician education within the program.

The Coordinator is also responsible for ongoing patient tracking, concurrent and retrospective chart abstracting and data entry for performance monitoring, as well as completion of diagnoses in conjunction with Coding Department.

The Chest Pain Coordinator is responsible for the development of a long term approach with the goal of reaching an uneventful and successful progression for the patient from admission, through medical management and/or surgery, the inpatient stay and post-operative/discharge follow-up care to ensure that the patient had the perfect patient experience and always putting the health, safety and customer service of the patient first.

RN with at least 2 years cardiac experience.

RN license required, BSN preferred.

Superior communication skills.

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