Johns Hopkins Medicine Clinical Data Abstractor - Trauma/Burn Division in Baltimore, Maryland
Clinical Data Abstractor - Trauma/Burn Division
Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center,
Requisition # 137003
Full Time (40 hours)
Weekend Work Not Required
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40 hours per week
8:00 am-4:30 pm
Responsibilities include complete registry record entry into the trauma and/or burn registry. Clinical chart abstraction and data entry into the Maryland State Trauma Registry for patients who met inclusion criteria defined by the Maryland Trauma Data Dictionary, Maryland Burn Data Dictionary and JHBMC specific cases.
Principle Duties and Responsibilities
Ensures previously assigned trauma and burn registry cases meet established Maryland inclusion criteria and medical center policy
Completes entire registry record for all assigned trauma and burn cases into the MD Trauma or Burn registry
Attends meetings for Maryland Trauma Registrars
Completes re/education (examples: Abbreviated Injury Score coding, Trauma/Burn Registry, ICD-10) as assigned
Other duties as assigned
Required Knowledge, Skills and Abilities
Work requires the level of knowledge typically acquired through completion of an Associate’s healthcare related degree and two years previous experience. Bachelor’s degree preferred. Comprehensive knowledge of anatomy and physiology and all body systems. Proficiency in medical terminology database management and ICD9 coding. Familiarity with ICD10 coding. Completion of American Trauma Society (ATS) Trauma Registry Course and Association for the Advancement of Automotive Medicine (AAAM) Abbreviated Injury Scaling (AIS) Training preferred.
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