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Have a knack for finding grammatical errors while reading books? Proud of your strong organizational, detail-oriented skills and eager to show it off? Then consider our Record Review Analyst position in Springfield, MO.
The Record Review Analyst is responsible for navigating medical and/or billing documents to extract required information and composing a summarization case report of the highest quality and integrity and in full compliance with client contractual agreements.
The hours for this position is 8 a.m.-4:30 p.m.
Come peruse the reports with ABI and submit your application today!
The primary objective of a Retrieval Specialist is to establish ongoing communication with each custodian of record. The purpose of maintaining an open line of communication is to acquire the requested records, an Affidavit of No Records, or other necessary correspondence by the ordering client’s due date. This is accomplished by making regular phone calls or through other means of contact with the custodian of record after service of the request. As the due date approaches all communication should intensify to obtain the client’s desired result. All communication with facilities is documented both by paper and within our in-house computer system. Generally, our clients view the progress of their order through timely and accurate updates from our in-house system.
The secondary objective of a Retrieval Specialist is to maintain a consistent organization of their desk (this is defined as processing each order per procedure without overlooking or not completing the order in a timely manner), ensure all items being requested on each order are accurate and accounted for, schedule field trips for our field reps to scan records in the field, and coordinate the obtaining of records by fax, mail, or email. A Retrieval Specialist will do the following functions when necessary: create new orders, close orders, and direct orders to other offices.