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Clinical Informatics Specialist/Scribe-Lincoln Crossing

Job Description
Company: Oak Street Health
Title: Scribe/Clinical Informatics Specialist (Full-time)
Oak Street Health is a rapidly growing company of primary care centers for adults on Medicare in medically-underserved communities where there is little to no quality healthcare. Oak Street's care is based on an entirely new model that is based on value for its patients, not on volume of services. The company is accountable for its patients' health, spending more than twice as long with its patients and taking on the risks and costs of their care. For more information, visit http://www.oakstreethealth.com.
Role Description
The goal of this position is to be the personal data assistant to the provider. This means you handle informatics responsibilities for providers during patient visits in our centers. CISs are trained to be experts in structured clinical assessments, accurate and specific documentation, population health workflows, and team based care. A major goal will be to also facilitate efficient and effective medical care for our patients.
We start simple: build meaningful relationships with patients and their families, then layer on resources to help our teams provide excellent care. Our facilities are all new and designed around a model of comprehensive, personalized primary care. We emphasize the use of technology to improve care quality and make life easy for our providers. We are a team of highly motivated, work hard/play hard individuals who believe in the mission of providing excellent primary care.
Responsibilities:
Observing and recording patient encounters/examinations
Documenting patient information, history, and diagnoses
Assisting in medical management
Documenting medical decision making
Consultation with the care team and other providers on patient needs
Other duties as assigned
What we're looking for
Applicants committed to ongoing learning that are interested in a full time short-term (1 year) or longer term opportunities. We are especially interested in recent graduate/gap year/deferred acceptance premedical students looking to gain practical, paid experience in a patient care setting prior to applying to medical, dental, nursing, or physician assistant school.
Advanced communication skills.
Ability to type 70+ words per minute.
Basic level of medical knowledge and/or a willingness to learn quickly.
Ability and willingness to take direction and be a member of a team providing patient care.
Excellent job attendance. (Our providers count on you.)
Ability to work approximately 40-45 hours per week (full time position) with predictable hours and protected break times.
Compliance with hospital and Oak Street Health policies, including HIPAA.
Fluency in Spanish, Polish, Russian, or other languages spoken by people in the communities we serve (where necessary)
US work authorization
Someone who embodies being "Oaky". What it means to be OAKY:
Creating an unmatched patient experience
Driving clinical excellence
Taking ownership and driving for results
Being scrappy
Radiating positive energy
Assuming good intentions
Why Oak Street?
Oak Street Health offers our coworkers advantages that can't be found in other clinical workplaces, including:
The opportunity to be part of a hyper-growth company, focused on changing the future of healthcare.
Paid vacation/sick time, retirement options, as well as health, vision and dental benefits
Brand new, beautiful working environment
Supportive and fun culture
High levels of responsibility and rapid advancement
Opportunity to be at the forefront of a revolution in healthcare
Why does Oak Street Health offer all of these benefits? Because we know what it takes to deliver the highest level of care, and our team deserves the best resources to succeed and enjoy their work. In return, we expect the best out of co-workers.
Oak Street Health is an equal opportunity employer. We embrace diversity and encourage all interested readers to apply to oakstreethealth.com/careers



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