EARLY DETECTION HEALTH INFORMATION PRACTITIONER - (KXK304)

EARLY DETECTION HEALTH INFORMATION PRACTITIONER - (KXK304)

16 Sep
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Health Careers in Sask
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Regina

16 Sep

Health Careers in Sask

Regina

RHA Job Number:GO-00644802



Number of Vacancies:1



Profession:Health Information Management



Management:No



Employer:Saskatchewan Cancer Agency



Community:Regina



Hours to International Airport:0.0



Community Website:http://tourismregina.com/



Facility Name:POPULATION HEALTH



Department:EARLY DETECTION - PL



Employment Type:Temporary



Employment Term:Full Time



Posting Date:September 14, 2021



Closing Date:September 21, 2021 21:30



Hours of Work:Shift Information: Days

108.78 hours per 3 week rotation: 14 shifts of 7.77 hours





Rate of Pay:Pay Band 4 $26.724 to $31.274 (5 step range)



Union Name:SGEU-SCA



Job Description





The Early Detection Health Information Practitioner is responsible for ensuring data quality within Early Detection programs, as well as the completeness of client follow-up care. Key is assuring that data quality and data analysis with abnormal test results are accurate and complete, including reportability of the data to regional partners and Canadian Partnership Against Cancer. Responsibility includes the release of information, quantitative analysis, and quality assurances and assembly of all patient information and other related clerical duties. This position reports to the Manager, Early Detection.



Job Qualifications



Required Qualifications





- Grade 12

- Active Membership with the Canadian Health Information Management Association (CHIMA)

- Diploma in Health Information Management





Knowledge, Skills and Abilities





- Ability to effectively communicate factual information both orally and in writing.

- Ability to operate a computerized data entry system

- Ability to operate all types of office equipment.

- Accuracy of fine motor movements required for typing and sorting charts

- Competent in the use of computers and Microsoft applications

- Human relations skills required to empathize with complaints and/or concerns and establish rapport with patients, the public and other staff.

- Moderate Judgment and problem solving skills are required to select the most appropriate action from a variety of alternatives.

- Ensures data quality is maintained by developing and implementing a continuous quality improvement process in Early Detection.

- Analyses the results of edits/audits as a quality control measure.

- Works with Epidemiology and Performance Measurement to ensure data quality is reportable at a national level.

- Develops and conducts regular audits of screening data.

- Analyzes data from reports etc. to identify areas of discrepancy.

- Participates as a key member of the Early Detection Quality Improvement Committee (this committee reports to PQIC).





Additional Information



Geographic Location: REGINA

Expected Start Date: September 28, 2021

Expected Up To Date: March 31, 2022

FTE®: 1.00





Working in Canada



Candidates are required to be legally entitled to work in Canada to apply on this position.



Direct Inquiries To



Human Resources, Saskatchewan Cancer Agency

[email protected]

The original job offer can be found in Kit Job:
https://www.kitjob.ca/job/20601578/early-detection-health-information-practitioner-kxk304-regina/?utm_source=html

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