The University of Pittsburgh is seeking an Early Head Start Medical Records Specialist for the Office of Child Development.
The Medical Records Specialist will provide oversight for the health tracking component of the Early Head Start program which includes dissemination of health information as required by EHS standards.
Other duties consist of coordinating release information for medical data, reading, recovering and interpreting pertinent information from patient's records to monitor health services provided throughout the entire program. This position requires supporting direct service staff in ensuring follow-up on critical health issues as well as baby check-up and immunization.
Medical Records experience, Electronic Health Record experience, and nursing experience with knowledge of pediatrics and medical terminology is required.
Internal Number: 166810
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