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Clinical Documentation Specialist (part-time)

With a strategic focus on both consolidation and growth, we are currently looking for a Clinical Documentation Specialist to enhance our patient care experience.

Working autonomously within the Quality and Risk department, you will be primarily responsible for ensuring the clinical documentation in the patient medical record files is complete, specific, and accurate to ensure the complexity of the episode of care is appropriately translated improving the quality of care provided to patients.

The clinical documentation must meet the key Australian Coding Standards to ensure all conditions and procedures can be coded in full to ensure appropriate remuneration for patients’ episodes of care.

Clinical Documentation Specialist Information
Clinical Documentation Specialist Position Description

Application Form

To apply, please e-mail your CV with a covering letter addressing the selection criteria and outlining your experience in relation to the position along with an application form that can be found on our web site to dbell@bethesda.org.au by 15 July 2022.

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