In this role, you will ensure accurate coding of medical terminology, using MedDRA and WHODrug or other company coding tools, in accordance with company coding conventions, process, SOPs and regulatory requirements.
In this role, you will provide a high level of direct patient care pharmacy services for an assigned, specialized patient population to assure adequate patient care according to professional standards and practices.
In this role, you will develops, implements, and evaluates regional clinical pharmacy programs for patients, providers, and pharmacists. Maintains a clinical pharmacy practice to impact patients at high risk for drug-related problems in area of expertise. Educates providers, pharmacists and other health care professionals re: pharmaceutical care.
In this role, you will collaborate extensively with physicians, nursing staff, other patient caregivers, and medical records coding staff / HIM to improve quality and completeness of documentation of care provided and coded.
In this role, you will serve as an advanced practitioner, educator, consultant, collaborator, and change agent in the assessment, development, implementation, evaluation and maintenance of a system of care for a selected population of patients.
The Clinical Informatics Specialist will work collaboratively with users of clinical information systems, with the Information Services department, and all other departments or groups within Mercy Fitzgerald Hospital and our Trinity Health affiliates to optimize information management and communications to support clinicians as they improve the health of populations, communities, families and individuals.
In this role, you will be responsible for the planning, execution, reporting and analysis of clinical quality assurance activities, as well as have the opportunity to be part of internal committees and projects related to clinical quality.
In this role, you will direct the administrative operation and management of the information systems in Clinical Pathology in accordance with department needs, user needs, system specifications and principles and practices of information systems management and corporate information technology strategies.