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Medical Records Scanner

Posted: May 28, 2024
Salary:US$19 - US$24 per hour + Weekly pay, medical benefits
Job type: Contract
Discipline:Revenue Cycle
Work Location:On-site

Job description

Title - Medical Records Scanner

Pay - 19 to 24 an hour based on prior experience

Fully onsite position with one of the top hospitals in IL

Location - Downtown Chicago, 60611

Shift - Monday to Friday 8am to 4:30pm

3-6 month contract role, ability to get extended as needed


- Must have prior medical records expereince

- Reliable

- Technology savvy

  • This individual will be working on the scanning of charts that are not in the system. These charts all come in bundles, so they will have to review the paper work and take out many documents including confidential notes and registration reports. These documents need to be taken out because once they are scanned into the system and a patient asks for those records to be released, everything in that record goes out. They will be provided a list/training on what to keep in the record and what needs to be removed prior to scanning.
  • The individual will then scan the records, and then move to the next record bundle and repeat.
  • The urgency of the records that need to be scanned start with Emergency Department, Surgery, Inpatient, Cardiology, other specialties and so forth.
  • Training: Will be short but will be all they need, about 2-3 days. During this time, they will meet everyone on staff, get their ID, review specific tasks they will be working on, as well as procedures.
  • This individual should be flexible in pivoting tasks if needed. The medical records reps also prepare some charts for the next day for scanners to start quickly. It may be expected of them at times to prep the charts for the day ahead.
  • System they work on: Onbase
  • Metrics: They are looking at about 2,000 images a night. They have another group that is working records that are slated to do about 280,000 images in 8 weeks. This is attainable by their standards and who will be slated to work.