PRIMARY RESPONSIBILITIES AND DUTIES IN ELECTRONIC
MEDICAL RECORDS JOBS:
An electronic medical record (EMR) is a medical record in digital
In health informatics, an electronic medical record is considered
by some to be one of several types of EHRs (electronic health
records), but in several contexts EMR and EHR are used as synonymous.
The term has sometimes included other systems which keep track
of medical information, such as the practice management system
which supports the electronic medical record.
Medical Records Job: Project Manager
As a project manager of the electronic medical records team,
this electronic medical records job manages projects for new
customers and assists in successful rollouts of electronic medical
records system for clients. Also manages projects for electronic
medical records for new software releases and functionality.
REQUIREMENTS: Bachelors degree or equivalent experience
is required. 3-5 Years of previous work related experience in
the area of understanding data processing, business processes
and project management is required. Required, preferred in a
health care setting.
Medical Records Job: Consultant
Help ensure the quality of resident's electronic medical records
through chart reviews and audits of open and closed records.
Notify interdisciplinary staff if electronic medical record
chart documentation is not done or incomplete. Assemble and
analyzed discharge (closed) medical records for completeness.
Enter resident's diagnoses into facility electronic medical
record keeping program and update as necessary. Review Medicare
Part B, superbill claims and code diagnoses each week. As necessary,
check Medicare or other insurance claims against electronic
medical record chart documentation to ensure correct diagnoses.
Ensure discharge summaries are completed ina timely manner according
to Department of Health regulations. Maintain an organized and
secure electronic medical record file room for discharge records
and active resident's chart deletions. Retain electronic medical
records according to state guidelines for records retention
and aide in their destruction and proper disposal.