VCU Health System
- Bachelors degree is required
VCU Health System's Health Information Management
department is seeking a full time Records Management Coordinator
. The Records Management Coordinator is responsible for comprehensive and integrated program to manage paper and computerized records of the health system. The Records Management Coordinator maintains a retention schedule which meets the requirements for clinical, billing and business records in accordance with applicable laws and regulatory requirements. In addition, the Coordinator works closely with all departments throughout the health system to obtain compliance and provide education and support for maintenance of records.
Oversees the maintenance of paper and computerized records of the health system, in accordance to applicable laws and regulations, the records retention policy and schedule, including categories or records, period of time required to retain the records in each category, identification of the owner department which holds the official copy of the record, and triggers for record destruction.
Develops and/or updates health system records retention policies.
Identifies responsible and accountable parties for managing records.
Quickly and independently resolves problems
Bachelor's Degree required in Library Science, Healthcare Administration, or related field
Minimum of five (5) years relevant records management experience
Advanced degree in in Library Science or related field
Minimum of seven (7) years relevant records management experience
Qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to their protected veteran or disability status.
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