The Manager, Medical Records is responsible for managing the daily scheduling of the coordinators to ensure that the facilities have sufficient coverage. The Manager will act as the liaison between the department and clients to ensure that all ROI activities are compliant with established client policies, federal and state regulations, and are completed promptly.
Manages workflow for on-site coordinators. Prioritizes workflow to ensure the overall needs are met
Manages assignments, peak periods, leave and vacancies of all departmental needs
Provides coverage where needed
Quality Assurance monitoring of work performances
Performs workflow reviews
Monitors performance and provides feedback to staff as needed
2 years supervisory/management experience preferred
4 years in medical records experience preferred
Knowledge of HIPAA privacy information standards required
Preferred tissue, eye or organ bank experience preferred
Demonstrates excellence in written communication and interpersonal skills
Software/Date entry skills as well as (Word/Excel and other Microsoft) a must
Internal Number: 2020-01
About Regenerative Biologics, Inc.
Regenerative Biologics, Inc. (RBI) was founded in 1982 as the University of Florida Department of Orthopedics Bone Bank by some of the most knowledgeable professionals in the orthopedic community. As tissue donation and transplantation gained greater acceptance, the organization's growth and community services expanded to meet the increasing demand for transplantable tissues. In 2001, after almost twenty years of advancing transplant science as an agency of the University of Florida, the tissue bank became a separate organization and changed its name to Southeast Tissue Alliance, Inc. (SETA). In 2013 SETA changed its business model to focus on living donor tissue recovery and became Regenerative Biologics, Inc. (RBI). RBI is licensed with the State of Florida, State of New York, registered with the FDA and accredited by the American Association of Tissue Banks (AATB). Today RBI is one of the largest birth tissue (placenta, amnion, amniotic fluid) recovery programs in the nation, and is honored to have provided donation services to families for more than 35 years. RBI remains a not-for-profit, 501(c)3 charitable foundation committed to recovering and providing tissues for transplan...t and research, and to educating the public and medical professionals on the importance and benefits of donation.