Clinial Data Analyst
The Clinical data analyst will manage and examine clinical data for Radiology Affiliates. Duties include data reporting, data analytics, and data mining, as well as coordinating with relevant departments/hospitals, pertinent Radiology Data Registries and government agencies such as ACR and CMS to ensure MACRA compliance. The position assists (with Radiologist input) in determining areas for analysis and the appropriate metrics to ensure data analysis is optimally useful. They must develop plans for data-related projects, identifying necessary resources and determining timelines and milestones. Other tasks performed by clinical data analyst include performing data validation, handling data reconciliation, and uploading appropriate data to registries and CMS.
Education: Associates Degree or equivalent required. Bachelor’s Degree preferred.
Experience: Four years of relevant medical experience. Two years of experience in quality assurance. Must have medical terminology experience. Radiology experience a plus.
Skills: Excellent verbal and written communication skills, including letters, memos, and emails. Excellent attention to detail. Knowledge and understanding of the quality assurance process. Strong reporting and analytical skills. Must have ability to organize and prioritize work and manage multiple projects, research and analyze data, and work independently with minimal supervision. Ability to use independent judgement to manage and impart confidential information. Database management skills including querying, reporting, and document generation. Ability to make administrative/procedural decisions and judgements. Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with providers, management, staff, and contacts outside the organization. Proficient in the use of Microsoft applications (Word, Excel, Access), Adobe Acrobat, and internet resources. Ability to use document scanner, copier, fax, and PC.
DescriptionThe MRI Technologist at RAI will perform all required diagnostic imaging procedures in MRI, producing high quality exams. Technologist must function independently following the Policies and Procedures of Radiology Affiliates Imaging. Effectively and compassionately work with patients and their families as well as interdepartmental personnel in a cooperative manner.
RequirementsEducation: High school diploma or equivalent required. Completion of accredited Radiology MRI program. Experience: At least one year experience in MRI. Skills: Good verbal communication skills in order to interact in a professional manner with patients, visitors, co-workers, equipment vendors and radiologists. Basic computer knowledge.
Licenses/Cert.Licensure and Certification: ARRT certification. New Jersey license as Radiologic Technologist. Health Care Provider CPR certification. Venipuncture certification.
This position is for overnight shifts, working 12:00 am to 7:00 am. Our Physician Extender will assist our Physician Extender Supervisor and our Radiologists to ensure a productive work environment in the Reading Room. We are looking for a mature self-starter to assist Radiologists in reading rooms. Responsible for outpatient procedure paperwork for Radiology, lab work, pre-certs, physician orders, scheduling papers, referral forms. Maintain an organized and quiet reading room while answering phones and assisting Radiologists as needed.
Previous medical office experience, knowledge of medical terminology, computer and data entry experience, and the ability to work independently required.
RIS/PACS experience preferred.
Flexibility with schedules is necessary due to varying shifts. Shifts include days, evenings, weekends, and holidays.
Our Schedulers provide excellent service to patients and referring physicians. Schedule patients efficiently and in a timely manner. Exercise professional judgment in performance of services in compliance with HIPAA regulations. Essential Functions include: Schedule, re-schedule, and cancel all RAI exams as necessary. Accurately acquire/enter into patient information system the registration demographics including basic insurance information as directed by RAI’s procedures on new patients and verify information on existing patients. Screen patients for radiology/imaging procedures by obtaining necessary medical information listed on clinical forms. Inform patients of preps, request necessary test results and prior study information, and provide directions to facility. Help to maintain patient satisfaction. Verify insurance eligibility and pre-authorization status as needed. Notify Supervisor of any potential scheduling problems. Confirm future scheduled exams. Promote all imaging services of RAI to patients and visitors. Develop good rapport with referring medical offices. Other duties as assigned.
- High School diploma or equivalent required.
- Previous radiology office experience and/or extensive knowledge of medical terminology necessary.