HIPAA Privacy Officer

  • Job Location: Green Bay, Wisconsin
  • Organization’s name: Prevea Health
  • Organization’s Address: 2710 Executive Dr
  • Contact person:
    • Amy Lewandowski
    • 920-272-1589
    • Amy.lewandowski@prevea.com
  • Organization’s Website: www.prevea.com
  • Salary Range (optional):
  • Job Description: Job Responsibilities include reporting to the Director of Compliance, the HIPAA Privacy Officer is charged with collaboratively developing, implementing and administering a unified and consistent HIPAA Privacy and Security compliance program. The Privacy Officer is responsible for Prevea’s Privacy Program including but not limited to daily operations of the program, development, implementation, and maintenance of policies and procedures, monitoring program compliance, investigation and tracking of incidents and breaches and insuring patients’ rights in compliance with federal and state laws.
  • Education/Experience/Certifications:
    • Minimum of five (5) years’ experience in a Health Information Management department or Compliance department preferred.
    • Ideal candidate will have demonstrable experience in a HIPAA privacy role or HIPAA audit capacity
    • Knowledge of and experience in working with federal and state privacy laws, including but not limited to those pertaining to access, release of information and release control technologies
    • Comprehensive knowledge of health information privacy laws, including HIPAA, HITECH and OCR guidance
    • Health Care Compliance Association certification (Certified in Healthcare Privacy Compliance (CHPC) or Certified Information Privacy Manager (CIPM)), American Health Information Management Association (AHIMA) accreditation, Registered Health Information Technician or Administrator (RHIT/RHIA), compliance experience preferred.
    • Bachelor’s degree in Law, regulatory affairs, healthcare administration, Health Information Administration or related field required, masters preferred.
  • To view a full job description and apply for this position, please visit our website HERE.
Posted: 9/9/19

Document Integrity Specialist

  • Job Location: Madison, WI
  • Organization’s name: UW Health
  • Organization’s Address: 8501 Excelsior Drive, Middleton, WI
  • Contact person:
    • Elisa Pohlman
    • 608-263-1438
    • epohlman@uwhealth.org
  • Organization’s Website: www.uwhealth.org
  • Salary Range (optional):
  • Job Description: We are seeking a Document Integrity Specialist to:
    • Evaluate active and discharge medical records for both completeness and quality of documentation.
    • Provide training and direction to health care staff regarding medical record completion, management and confidentiality requirements.
    • Contact physicians and other health care staff as needed to remedy identified record deficiencies or corrections.
    • Release of the required documents upon completion of the specific documents electronically or manually.
  • Interested applicant can apply online HERE.
Posted: 9/9/19

Health Information Access Specialist – R2M

  • Job Location: Madison, WI
  • Organization’s name: UW Health
  • Organization’s Address: 8501 Excelsior Drive, Middleton, WI
  • Contact person:
    • Elisa Pohlman
    • 608-263-1438
    • epohlman@uwhealth.org
  • Organization’s Website: www.uwhealth.org
  • Salary Range (optional):
  • Job Description: Every patient deserves confidentiality with their health care. Would you like the opportunity to impact patient care through Health Information Management? We are seeking a Health Information Access Specialist who:
    • Has a passion for patient privacy
    • Has a love for quality control and compliance
    • Understands the importance of productivity and turnaround time.
  • Required Skills, Knowledge, and Abilities:
    • Excellent verbal and written communication skills
    • Knowledge of indices and filing systems necessary to file, store, and retrieve information from paper and electronic record systems preferred (terminal digit filing preferred)
    • Ability to locate, read, interpret State and Federal (HIPAA) Statutes/Regulations regarding using and disclosing protected health information, advance medical directives, declaration to physicians, and other miscellaneous legal documents
    • Know how to respond to such documents and identify when urgent action is required
    • Ability to examine the record and verify patient identification
    • Advanced knowledge of medical terminology, medical record format, content and medical documentation order
    • Advanced knowledge of anatomy, physiology and disease processes sufficient to clearly understand the content of the medical records, understand the information needs of the care providers, and to associate a medical condition with the standard exams and procedures
    • Ability to react to frequent changes in duties and volume of work
    • Excellent technological skills sufficient to work on computers and scanners including various software programs such as Epic, all MicroSoft products, Adobe Acrobat, OnBase, with skills to manipulate multiple document formats
  • Interested applicants can apply online HERE
Posted: 9/9/19