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Community Health Systems, Inc.

*Clinical Docmt Specialist, RN, FT

Community Health Systems, Inc. - AL, USA

*Clinical Docmt Specialist, RN, FT','1822583','','','Provide clinically based concurrent and retrospective review of inpatient medical records to evaluate the documentation and utilization of acute care services.� Includes facilitation of appropriate physician documentation of care to accurately reflect patient severity of illness and risk of mortality.� Will play a significant role in obtaining accurate and compliant reimbursement for acute care services and in reporting quality of care outcomes.','Must possess a current, valid RN or LPN license or an RHIA, RHIT, or CCS credential. Minimum of 3 years clinical or inpatient coding experience in an acute care setting required.','Health Information Management Services','AL-Huntsville','Crestwood Medical Center','Huntsville','Huntsville','Day Shift - with rotation if needed','Day Shift - with rotation if needed','8','8','40','40','Full-time','*Clinical Docmt Specialist, RN, FT

23 days 11 hours ago

Community Health Systems, Inc.


*Clinical Docmt Specialist, RN, FT Community Health Systems, Inc. - , AL, United States


Company Profile:
Community Health Systems is founded with the first purchase of a hospital in May 1985. The second hospital purchase took place soon thereafter in January 1986. 1991: The company issues its initial public offering. June 1996: An affiliate of Forstmann Little & Co. acquires the company in a $1.1 billion leveraged buyout. Month 1997: Wayne T. Smith is recruited as President and Chief Executive Officer, adding Chairman of the Board Responsibilities in 2001. His appointment as CEO begins a period of exponential growth through acquisitions and improved operations. June 2000: Community Health Systems, Inc. is taken public for the second time on the New York Stock Exchange trading under the symbol CYH with an initial offering price of $13 per share. July 2007: Community Health Systems, Inc. completes the acquisition of Triad Hospitals, Inc. adding more than 50 hospitals and nearly doubling the size of the organization. The acquisition includes subsidiary Quorum Health Resources, LLC (QHR), a hospital management and consulting company with approximately 150 independent community hospital clients. January 2014: Community Health Systems, Inc. completes the acquisition of Health Management Associates, Inc., adding approximately 70 hospitals to the organization.