Release of Information/Electronic Medical Records Specialist

Location: Nashville, TN

Department: Account Management

Type: Full Time

Min. Experience: Experienced

Job Purpose Summary:

To provide quick, efficient, and proficient means for the management and release of protected health information (PHI) to multiple healthcare facilities and to contribute to the company’s overall mission of providing secure & meaningful health information exchange (HIE) to help improve the quality of patient care. 

Main Job Tasks and Responsibilities:

  • Understand and abide by all HIPAA privacy and security laws 
  • Interpret and apply HIPAA rules to release of protected health information requests 
  • Validate all incoming requests for PHI 
  • Verify patient information using key identifiers to secure patient privacy 
  • Conduct quality screenings on incoming PHI to protect patient data 
  • Verify requesting party contact information including fax number, address or email 
  • Update and maintain an Accounting of Disclosures Log for all processes 
  • Provide attention and care to patients and patient representatives 
  • Answer phone calls for status checks and inquiries 
  • Invoice applicable parties for medical record requests 

Desired Characteristics: 

Successful candidates are self-motivated, enjoy meaningful work, desire to be a part of an enthusiastic team environment wherein mutual trust exists at all levels and individuals are respected & encouraged, and are willing to put forth the same effort the company is willing to expend in return. 

  • Candidate who is motivated by optimal production 
  • Continuously strives for efficiency & innovation 
  • Compassionate & patient-centered 
  • Meticulous & organized 
  • Fun-loving 
  • Flexible 
  • Motivated by success 

Skills/Experience Requirements:

  • Thorough and detail-oriented 
  • Professional demeanor 
  • Customer oriented disposition 
  • Strong communication skills 
  • PC proficient 
  • EMR experienced, required
  • Ability to self-manage, work quickly and meet deadlines 
  • Bachelors Degree, preferably in Health Information Administration, Health Information Technology, or related field. 
  • 2-3 Years of preview experience within the Healthcare Industry is highly encouraged

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