Clinical Documentation Specialist I Clinical Documentation Full-Time Days Shared Services

Tenet Healthcare Corporation Tucson , AZ 85704

Posted 4 months ago

Education

Required: Bachelor's degree

Preferred: Masters degree

Licensure

Required: Registered Nurse, Arizona (current)

Certificates

Preferred: Certification in specialty area

Experience

Required: 5 years recent acute care, and/or community nursing experience

Skills

Required: Leadership; communication and teaching; organizational; interpersonal; team building and collaboration; psychosocial assessment; interview; documentation; identification of potential risk situations or potential liability

Coordination of development, implementation and evaluation of clinical paths; comprehensive assessment for designated level of care; identification and documentation of Quality Management adverse events and outcomes.

Knowledge

Required: Quality improvement process, related health care practices and standards; knowledge and competency in providing care for patients in designated age groups competencies; current practices, issues, regulations involved in transitions planning; psychosocial aspects of disease and health care; professional and regulatory standards

Current practices, issues, regulations involved in utilization management; risk assessment and management of clinical populations

Technology

Required: Basic computer skills, personal technology tools, and awareness of current use of technology in related field.

Preferred: Advanced computer skills, technology of the specialty

Other

Required: Must be able to transport self within the service area as required.

When using own vehicle must have valid Arizona drivers' license and proof of insurance that meets the minimum standards of the state of Arizona. Must be able to take call duty, weekend, holiday and evening/night shift as required.

Educators/Specialists/Advanced Practice



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