Lecturer - Health Information Technology and Physical and Life Sciences
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Department: Physical & Life Sciences
Location: Alfred, NY
Posted: Jun 27, '17
Development and administration of assigned Internet-based courses using Blackboard, Alfred State's learning management system, or on campus as needed. Instructional duties within the Physical and Life Sciences Department will include the teaching and development of courses required in the health information technology and coding/reimbursement specialist academic programs. The candidate will be assigned a full-time teaching load with the majority of instruction being Internet-based courses, which could include, but not be limited to, advanced coding and reimbursement, alternate care health information management, health information management seminar, medical terminology, and quality management and legal aspects of health information management. Development of instructional materials to include syllabi, course plans and objectives, audiovisual aids, lab activities, and evaluation tools for assigned courses. Other duties include academic advisement of health information technology and coding/reimbursement specialist students; assessment of course effectiveness, and revision of courses as a result of student evaluations of teaching effectiveness; participation in course and program assessment activities; and participation in department, school, and College committees.
The successful candidate will have an associate degree in Health Information Technology/Medical Records and is able to earn a bachelor's degree in health information administration/management from a CAHIIM-accredited academic program within 2-3 years; currently certified as a Registered Health Information Technician or Administrator (RHIT or RHIA); and hold active membership in the American Health Information Management Association. A minimum of three (3) years of health information management work experience with ICD-10-CM, ICD-10-PCS, CPT, and HCPCS level II coding is also required along with experience using complex computer applications such as Blackboard, AHIMA's virtual lab instructional environment, electronic health record, encoders, and so on. Teaching experience in a higher education setting in an online instructional format is desirable. Working knowledge of CAHIIM academic program accreditation process is desirable.
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