MORA Seeks Medical Records Specialist

May 13, 2022

MEDICAL RECORD SPECIALIST

Summary of Duties

The Medical Record Specialist is responsible for overseeing the auditing process of all organ and import donor records, based on CMS, MORA, UNOS, and other accrediting body regulatory standards. The Medical Record Specialist will work in conjunction with the MORA staff to ensure sharing of information and records, between departments and stakeholders. In addition, the Medical Records Specialist will facilitate timely completion of all donor records. The Medical Record Specialist is responsible for ensuring that all critical data is present in the donor record. In addition, the Medical Record Specialist will be the MORA, Quality Assurance (QA) contact for the electronic medical records.

Education and Work Experience Qualifications:

  1. Associate’s degree in a health-related field or high school graduate with two (2) years of work in a medical healthcare-related field or prior experience at an organ procurement organization is required.
  2. Knowledge of medical terminology, anatomy, and physiology is preferred.
  3. Quality Assurance/Quality Improvement experience preferred.
  4. Proficiency in navigation of medical and electronic health records (EHR) is preferred.
  5. Strong interpersonal skills and ability to work both independently and as part of a team is required.
  6. Ability to interpret documents such as professional journals, safety rules, operating and maintenance instructions, procedure manuals, and accrediting body regulations and standards.
  7. Ability to write routine reports and correspondence.
  8. Demonstrates thorough knowledge of all aspects of the organ/tissue recovery process or medical clinical procedures.
  9. Ability to interact and communicate with a variety of people, both on a one-on-one basis and in meetings, and group presentations from various health and non-healthcare-related backgrounds.
  10. Demonstrates problem-solving skills.
  11. Ability to handle high-level, multi-task responsibilities simultaneously.
  12. Ability to maintain accurate records, perform calculations and quantitative procedures, and interpret data.
  13. Proficient computer skills, including working knowledge of Microsoft Office, e-mail system, electronic medical record systems, database, and presentation software, and web-based programs.

Drug testing and background check performed prior to hire. Send resume and cover letter to MORA at employment@msora.org