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Accountant (Newport News, Va)

Riverside Health System is seeking an Accountant to work in the Lifelong Health and Aging Related Services Business Office in Newport News, VA.

Job Summary: The Staff Accountant is responsible for preparation of financial statements, the preparation and filing of third party annual cost reports and settlements, the preparation and maintenance of annual budgets, federal tax returns, audit work papers and reporting to VHI. The Staff Accountant prepares account reconciliations, bank reconciliations, reconciles fixed asset sub ledgers, and works on other projects as assigned by the Director of General Accounting for Lifelong Health.

Education: Bachelor's Degree in Accounting or Bachelor's Degree in Finance with a Concentration in Accounting required.

Experience: Previous Accounting related experience in area of financial statement preparation/analysis and budget preparation. Must be able to prepare reports utilizing information from numerous sources and systems. In depth knowledge of Microsoft Excel required.

Location: LHARS Management Contracts

Activities Coordinator (Added Yesterday) (Williamsburg, Va)

Patriots Colony is currently seeking a full-time Activities Coordinator.

Patriots Colony, located in historic Williamsburg, Virginia, is a distinguished LifeCare Retirement Community offering Active Residential Living to former officers of the uniformed services and federal civil government retirees. Independent and active, these residents enjoy an unparalleled lifestyle in spacious villas, apartments or freestanding homes. Patriots Colony has assisted living apartments, with special apartments to accommodate those with Alzheimer's and other dementia and a nursing home for 24-hour nursing and rehabilitation care. For more information please visit www.riversideonline.com/patriotscolony.

Job Summary: Primarily responsible for coordinating development and ensuring smooth execution of activities available for participation by all residents to enhance the quality of their health and well being. Coordinate with marketing, administration, and other activities staff and residents for the promotion of activities that enhance quality of life for residents. Plan, implement and evaluate the activity program, which provides leisure opportunities that will meet the interest and needs of the residents.

Education: One of the following is highly preferred: 2 years of experience in an activities position in a LLH environment; a bachelor's degree in recreation therapy; eligible for certification in recreation therapy or as an activities professional; completion of a state-approved training course.

Certification: Certified Therapeutic Recreation Therapist (CTRS) or Certified Activities Professional preferred. CPR certification preferred.

Experience: Previous activities experience in a long-term care or special population preferred. Strong organizational skills preferred.

Location: Patriots Colony

The Riverside Foundation is seeking a dynamic Annual Giving Officer to join our team!

Job Summary: The Annual Giving Officer is an integral member of the Philanthropy Team of Riverside Health System and is responsible for building the pipeline of donors in the Annual Giving Program in support of an overall $3.1 million goal and identifying major gift prospects for Major Gift Officers. The Annual Giving Officer's primary responsibility is the strategic execution and management of a comprehensive grateful patient and annual giving program, including the coordination and oversight of supporting initiatives in the areas of development and donor relations.The Annual Giving Officer develops a coordinated matrix of communication and solicitation strategies involving email, direct mail, phone/mail, personal visitation and volunteer engagement, all focused on shaping a sustainable tradition of annual support. He/she will perform data analysis related to all aspects of the annual fund program; use statistics to evaluate current programs and make recommendations for program changes; plan, develop and monitor annual giving budget to support the strategy; and ensure maximum cost-benefit ratio is achieved. The officer has a keen appreciation for the foundation of annual giving as the enabling component of successful major and planned giving programs. The officer provides strategic direction and long-range/short-range planning for all areas in the context of growing the annual giving program while supporting the greater development and campaign goals of Riverside Health System. The officer is responsible for ensuring that the health system is a leader among peers as measured externally in terms of total dollars, percentage participation, consistency of giving and average gift size and internally in terms of clean data, ease of access to data and timely donor stewardship. The officer will remain up-to-date on current fund raising, direct marketing programs and procedures being used in the non-profit sector as well as current tax law affecting annual charitable giving. This position reports to the Executive Director.

Key Initiatives Include:

  • Determine annual giving goals and build strategic and tactical plans for achieving these goals. Focus on effective communication and solicitation activities within specific focus areas and regions identified as having potential for the greatest growth.
  • Formulate and execute a communications plan supporting annual giving in coordination with Marketing, Strategy and Development.
  • Coordinate annual giving with Riverside team members and other specialty constituents. Work effectively with major gift officers to gain strong participation in annual giving in all regions.

Education: Bachelor's degree required.

Experience: Three years of fund raising and/or related experience is required (e.g. Marketing, Business Development).

  • Ability to work cooperatively to achieve common goals; support cooperation, collaboration and the sharing of information while providing the best quality product available and continuously upgrade standards to maintain quality, in all areas of responsibility.
  • Ability to provide direction and motivation to others through communication, modeling appropriate behavior, optimism and high achievement.
  • Understanding of database management, gift processing and donor relations.
  • Openness to new ideas and their implementation. Ability to react and adapt to changing situations appropriately.
  • Ability to listen carefully to and understand customers' needs, both internally and externally, and proactively respond to those needs in a consistent and timely manner.
  • Demonstrated analytical and skills with the ability to recognize opportunities, identify critical, high pay-off activities and prioritize them to attain goals.

Location: Riverside Hospital Services

Certified Coder (Newport News, Va)

Riverside Medical Group is currently seeking a full-time Certified Coder.

This position will not be working remotely.

Job Summary: This position will be coding family practice.The coder is responsible for following all national standards of coding and the Riverside policies and procedures associated with the coding classification schemes (HCPCS, ICD9-CM, CPT and ICD10/CM). Assigns diagnostic and procedure codes to simple record types up to highly complex record types. The Coder must be able to demonstrate advanced knowledge of coding and abstracting skills. Ensures high quality documentation that is thorough, accurate and complete to ensure accurate reimbursement capture. Reviews charts and entire medical records, assigning ICD and CPT code combinations to each data element. Must have extensive knowledge of medical terminology, the human disease process, anatomy and physiology. Audits for documentation opportunities and queries clinical staff to fill in any gaps to clarify confusing, incomplete or conflicting information and obtain any needed additional documentation. Contacts and works with physicians as needed for clarification of details of disease process or clarification of documentation to ensure correct coding. Assists patient financial services with questions on coding and billing edits. Under limited supervision, organizes and prioritizes assigned work to ensure that work is completed within the assigned time frame. Mentor and assist in training of other coders within the department. Must be able to pass an ICD-10-CM competency test with a score of 85% or better. Must participate in specialty specific coding training.

Requirements: High School Diploma/GED Required; CPC, CPMA, COC, RHIA, RHIT, CCS, CCS-A, or CPC-A required. Two years' experience in medical practice coding is preferred. Training in ICD10 coding with certification of completion accepted and can count for 1 year experience. Coding specialty certification can count in lieu of 1 year of experience.

Location: Riverside Medical Group

Certified Medical Dosimetrist (Newport News, Va)

Riverside Health System is a major provider of health and quality of life services in Virginia, an area noted for its wealth of scenic beaches, recreational, festival, cultural and educational opportunities. We have been a vibrant part of the communities we serve for nearly a century and are a National Employer of Choice for more than 8,000 team members. We are currently recruiting for a dynamic Certified Medical Dosimetrist to join our growing team at Riverside Cancer Care Center in Newport News,VA.

Job Summary: Works under the supervision of the Director of Radiation Oncology Services, Radiation Oncologist and under the general direction of the MedicalPhysicist. Performs 3D, IMRT treatment planning and dose calculations on Elekta Monacotreatment planning system. The dosimetrist team provides dosimetry services for fourradiation oncology centers within Riverside Health System. Follows dosimetry safe practice standards. Collaborates with physicians to achieve the best plans possible. Serves as a resource for complex setups during CT simulation and treatment. Performs other duties as assigned.

Education: Graduate of an approved Certified Medical Dosimetry program and is currently CMD certified or eligible. A Degree in radiation therapy from an accredited educational program is preferred.

Licensure: Must be CMD certified or CMD eligible. ARRT registered in Radiation Therapy preferred.

Experience: Experience in dosimetry preferred. Experience with Monaco treatment planning system and Elekta Mosaiq preferred, but not required.

Location: RVS RADIATION ONCOLOGY-NN

ED Charge Capture Analyst (Newport News, Va)

Job Summary: Works under the direct supervision of the Supervisor of Charge Capture Analyst for Emergency Services. The Charge Capture Analyst is responsible for monitoring charge capture and charge reconciliation outcomes for RHS Emergency Departments. Works closely with revenue cycle, patient accounting, HIMS and other key management personnel through the system to ensure complete and accurate charge capture and improve documentation compliance. Ensures that all additions, changes and deletions are consistent with proper charging, billing, coding and pricing practices. Understands the annual review of charge master and quarterly updates as appropriate to enhance revenue for Emergency Departments. Monitors and reports all revenue departments charge volumes and late charges. Fully understands the process flow of all assigned departments for their charging process, whether paper or electronic. Plans, designs, conducts and completes audits on charging and/or documentation accuracy and compliance with federal regulations and guidelines.

Education/Experience: High School Diploma or GED Required and 2+ years' experience in Charge Description Master, Charge Capture or Outpatient Coding required. Bachelor's Degree accepted in lieu of experience.

Certification: Certified Professional Coder (CPC) or other coding specialty certification preferred.

Location: Riverside Hospital Services

Riverside College of Health Careers located in Newport News, Virginia has an opportunity for an Instructor for the Professional Nursing Program.

The Instructor participates in the design, implementation, teaching, evaluation, and revision of the program's curriculum and related educational materials as assigned. Accountable for student outcomes, the Instructor acts as a resource for students, providing support, remediation, academic advisement and counseling, and referral as needed. Each member of the faculty shall maintain professional competence in their specific discipline through such activities as practice, continuing education programs, conferences, workshops, seminars, academic courses, research projects, and professional writing. The Instructor participates in community and institutional service activities which contribute to the mission of RHS and RCHC.

Education: (Professional Nursing) Graduate degree in nursing required; MSN.

Licensure: (Professional Nursing) Current unencumbered license as a Registered Nurse or a multi-state licensure privilege to practice in Virginia. CPR BLS for Healthcare Providers required.

Experience: 3 years full-time, or equivalent, recent (within last 5 years) clinical experience or teaching in the specified field required, or a combination of the two prior to hire date; experience in a clinical educational setting preferred; formal didactic teaching experience preferred.

Location: Riverside Health Professions

Marketing and Enrollment Representative (Added 6 days ago) (Williamsburg, Va)

Job Summary: Serves as a primary sales representative for ChooseHome and actively participates in all marketing activities. Actively contributes to the development of short-term and long-term marketing and communication strategies to achieve program membership goals. Works with the ChooseHome team to efficiently coordinate membership enrollment into the program, ensuring that the potential member is kept apprised of their current status. Collects information and reports to management on the current marketing strategy and insures that there is proper current and historical data available for analysis, planning, management, documentation, and evaluation of the marketing strategy. Assists with special events. Conducts regular presentations to the community educating them about ChooseHome.

Education: Bachelors degree required.

Experience: 2-5 years related experience preferred. Experience in sales with that require the development on long-term relationship preferred. Demonstrated ability to articulate complex concepts as part of the sales process preferred.

Location: CHOOSEHOME

PT Dietitian Acute (Hampton, Va)

Riverside Behavioral Health Center , a Campus of Riverside Regional Medical Center located in Hampton, Virginia is currently seeking a dynamic part time Dietitian.

JOB SUMMARY: Works under the supervision of the Director of Nutrition Services and/or Director of Nursing depending on facility structure. Responsible for the Medical Nutrition Therapy of the patients according to the physician diagnoses to include: Nutrition Education, screening/assessment of nutritional needs to identify those at nutritional risk. Participates in performance improvement activities, serves as a member of multidisciplinary teams, teaches group nutrition education classes and provides in-services for the Nutrition Services employees and other hospital staff. The individual must demonstrate knowledge of the principles of growth and development over the life span and possess the ability to assess data reflective of the patients status and interpret the appropriate information needed to identify each patients requirements relative to his/her age-specific needs, and to provide the care needed as described in the departmental policy and procedure guide. Promotes and maintains safe work

environment for staff as well as our customers, incorporating national patient safety initiatives and exercises independent judgment. May perform other duties as assigned by the director.

EDUCATION: Bachelor's degree in course work approved by the Commission on Accreditation for Dietetics Education (CADE) of the American Dietetic Association (ADA) required. Participates in continuing educational requirements to maintain registration.

CERTIFICATION: Current National CDR administered by the Commission on Dietetic Registration (CDR) in good standing required. Maintaining a minimum of Food Handlers Certification preferred. ServSafe Certification preferred. CDE, CNSD, Weight Management certifications desirable. Diabetes Educator Certification preferred. Current BLS certification is required within 10 days of hire.

EXPERIENCE One-two years of healthcare related preferred.

HOURS: Day time hours, some holidays and weekends required

Location: RIVERSIDE BEHAVIORAL HEALTH

Job Summary: This individual is responsible for contract maintenance and fulfillment related to physician locums and other recruiter/ recruitment contracts. The Specialist is responsible for proactive scheduling, coordinating and communicating multiple aspects of visits and file maintenance related to recruiting physician candidates. Specialist assists others in the Physician Recruitment and Retention area in duties specific to their functions or special projects, initiates and supports activities that enhance the ability of Riverside to attract and retain high quality physicians.

Education: Associates degree or higher required. Applicable work experience may be applied in lieu of formal degree.

Experience: Requires a minimum of three (3) years previous administrative experience or progressively more responsible roles preferably in healthcare or a legal setting, such as Legal Assistant or Paralegal. Prior experience communicating routinely with Physicians or comparable professionals highly desired. Working experience and / or knowledge of healthcare related software or database management highly desired.

Location: Riverside Management Services

Quality Data Analyst (Added 7 days ago) (Newport News, Va)

Job Summary: Works under the direction of the Quality Director/designee and is accountable for abstracting, compiling, monitoring and reporting data from multiple electronic and non-electronic systems, such as Epic, Provation, GIQuiC, project metrics, MIPS and clinical quality measures. Reviews the medical record, identifies quality indicators, care gaps, enters data into quality analysis systems, and submits data for benchmarking and review by accrediting and regulatory agencies. Participate in performance improvement / patient safety, patient experience activities and accreditation and ISO/ DNV survey preparation activities.

Education: Licensed Practical Nurse or Registered Nurse preferred.

Certification/Licensure: Current CPR certification required. VA licensed or license-eligible for LPN or RN.

Experience: 3 or more years of clinical experience required. Prior experience in a clinical data abstractor or clinical data analyst role preferred. Proficient computer skills in navigating web based software systems and Microsoft word, excel and PowerPoint highly desired.

Location: Riverside Medical Group

RN Denial Defense Auditor (Newport News, Va)

Job Summary: The RN Denial/Defense Auditor is responsible for the management and review of all clinically based appeals to payers and Managed Care defense audits. Reviews electronic medical records to ensure sufficient documentation by clinicians, and appropriate billing/coding for denied days and medical necessity. Prepares clinical appeals documentation for all payer types. Applies appropriate clinical judgment during review of denied days and medical necessity to assess whether denial can be appealed. Collaborates with physicians and leadership to enhance denial management and improve clinical documentation improvement efforts. Key responsibilities include keeping abreast of the complex and changing regulations, developing and implementing a proactive clinical denials management strategy to ensure that the organization receives full and compliant reimbursement. Ensures that the organization meets all regulatory reporting requirements, government and payer audits, appeals, ensuring compliance with government program regulations. Position must be able to communicate and articulate complex concepts to high level audiences, improving and influencing internal business processes and anticipating and meeting future denials management service needs.

Educational Requirements: Bachelor's Degree in Nursing is required. Medical coding certificate is desired.

Certification/Licensure Requirements: Current Licensed Registered Nurse in the state of Virginia.

Experience Requirements: 5-7 years of clinical nursing experience is required. Experience in case management/utilization management is preferred. Knowledge of CPT and ICD 9/10. Knowledge of hospital revenue cycle. Knowledge of insurance contract rates and terms. Understanding of collections process. Understanding of CMS billing and payment rules.

Location: Riverside Hospital Services

Registered Ultrasonographer (Eastern Shore, Va)

Riverside Health System is a major provider of health and quality of life services in Virginia, an area noted for its wealth of scenic, beaches, recreational, festival, cultural and educational opportunities. We have been a vibrant part of the communities we serve for nearly a century and are a National Employer of Choice for more than 8,000 team members. We are currently recruiting for a dynamic Ultrasonographer to join our growing team at Riverside Regional Medical Center located in Nassawadox, VA.

JOB SUMMARY: Works under the supervision of a qualified physician, Imaging Service director and/or the management staff. Works within their defined skill sets and utilizes established policies and protocols to perform a variety of imaging procedures at a technical level not requiring constant supervision of technical detail. Functioning as a team member, the technologist is flexible in the work assignments, rotates to support all aligned imaging facilities when needed and assists with training. Responsible for the preparation and maintenance of equipment, instrumentation and departmental supplies required to support quality patient care. Requires utilization of simple to complex equipment. Requires independent judgment, with ingenuity and initiative to apply safety and ALARA standards as applicable. Assume responsibility for designated areas or procedures as required. Responsible for necessary quality control performance and documentation that supports accreditation initiatives. Maintains medical imaging credentials as defined by the "Qualification requirements" policy of Imaging services. Complies with National Patient Safety Goals, HIPAA guidelines, and Corporate Compliance polices. Participates in quality and customer service programs and meets all CBL,CME requirements. This employee must demonstrate the knowledge and skills necessary to provide care appropriate to the age of the patient serviced by his or her assigned department. The individual must demonstrate knowledge of the principles of growth and development over the human life span and possess the ability to assess data reflective of the patients status and interpret the appropriate information needed to identify each patient's requirements relative to his or her age-specific needs, and to provide the care needed as described in the departmental policy and procedure guide. Assists with the coordination of patient care for all patient types and functions as a team member.

EDUCATION: Graduate of ARDMS approved school or program to meet eligibility requirements for registry.

CERTIFICATION: ARDMS registered or registry eligible preferred

EXPERIENCE: Minimum of 1 year experience preferred.

HOURS: Days with night call

Location: Shore Memorial Hospital

Sonographer (Newport News, Va)

Riverside Partners in Women's Health in Newport News, Virginia is currently seeking a full time Sonographer.

JOB SUMMARY: Works under the supervision of the physician, Clinical Coordinator, and Office Manager. The Ultrasonographer performs a variety of complex specialized tasks utilizing ultrasound to assist the physician in providing quality care in a medical office setting. The Ultrasonographer must be able to demonstrate the knowledge required to provide clinically appropriate interactions with patients in order to assist in their diagnosis and treatments. In addition, the Ultrasonographer must maintain an updated working knowledge of new techniques and procedures.

EDUCATION: Completion of a 12 month CAAHEP approved school of Ultrasound Technology

LICENSURE: ARDMS Certification. Current CPR Certification Required

EXPERIENCE: Two years of Ultrasonographer experience preferably in an Obstetrics and Gynecology practice

HOURS: Mon-Fri 8a-5p

Location: Riverside Medical Group

Job Summary: Manages research, negotiation, development, and administration of institutional and ancillary contracts for all of Riverside Health Systems assigned product and professional service categories. Strategic activities include extraction and evaluation of data, creation of reports and submission for improvements related to: contract formulation, contract language, requests for proposals, negotiations, performance monitoring, and legal compliance. Manages and facilitates formal bid processes and projects. Obtains and maintains all Business Associate Agreements regarding HIPAA. Works closely with Riverside Health System departments and vendors to ensure continuity, and support, of a sound contracting business function. Utilizes the Group Purchasing Organization (GPO) to implement and monitor contractual agreements and pricing. Performs contract review analysis and notifies vendors of any conflict with contracted pricing or compliance-related issues. Works closely with Procurement Specialists on accessing all applicable contracts to ensure the highest level of cost savings. Conducts the contract closeout process through verification of the satisfactory completion of contractual obligations and deliverables. Document cost savings. Has the ability to manage multiple projects simultaneously. Represents Riverside Health System as a contractual authority. Serves as a mediator purposed to find favorable resolution for Riverside Health System in contractual disputes. Consults closely with RHS Legal department to ensure thorough review of complex contracts. Maintains current knowledge base of contract law, regulations (e.g. OIG, JCAHO, HIPAA) and other applicable statutes to benefit Riverside Health System in the negotiation process. Works with customers to make recommendations for product and service changes consistent with standardization of all Riverside Health System sites. Works closely with Value Analysis Teams. Maintain knowledge of Accounts Payable process to ensure effective contract resolution. Performs all duties and responsibilities in a timely manner. Facilitates meetings with vendors and other customers. Promotes partnership with customers. Seeks standardization of services/supplies/equipment. Promotes collaboration with fellow departmental staff.

Education: Bachelors degree required. Business Administration, Finance, or Accounting preferred. Certification in a contracts-related area preferred.

Experience: Required- A minimum of three (3) years related contracting experience that demonstrates analytical and problem solving skills. Proficiency in PC and mainframe-based applications in a healthcare related field a plus.

Location: Riverside Hospital Services

Trauma Registrar (Newport News, Va)

Job Summary: Responsible for following all policies and procedures associated with the coding classification schemes to assign diagnostic and procedural codes to the trauma patient population. Contributes to the proper management of health information through consistent and accurate code assignment processes adhering to all regulatory coding principles. Responsible for overseeing trauma registry activity, including maintenance of a comprehensive trauma registry meeting the requirements of the Virginia Trauma Designation process. This position is responsible for downloading accurate data to the state and national data registries. Additionally, this individual coordinates the collection and analysis of statistical data related to the clinical outcomes for the designated patient populations, supporting the initiatives for outcomes research. The Registrar works to improve the quality of the trauma program through the tracking and dissemination of various quality indicators.

Education: High School Graduate or GED required, registered health information technology or RN preferred.

Certification: Requires specialty certification within two years of employment (Certification Examination for Trauma Registrars issued by the American Trauma Society).

Experience: Previous experience in anatomy, medical terminology, medical records, and/or coding preferred. Previous employment in a healthcare facility. Computer experience required, proficiency in use of Microsoft Word and Excel. Capable of passing a program of instruction in Windows management within 6 months of employment. Successfully complete a course in Trauma Registry and AIS within 12 months of employment. EMS experience helpful.

Location: Riverside Regional Medical Center