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What kind of job is this?

  1. 1 Hi everybody. I recieved a job offer a while back but I could not take it because I was already working full time hours and could not work as many hours as they needed in addition to my current position. Well now I would be able to accept a position like this but I have no idea what the job is called. They wanted me to go to different facilities throughout the week, going through patient charts. I don't remember what it was I would have been looking for in these charts but I do remember thinking this would have been a great opportunity for me as I enjoy the paperwork aspect of nursing. Is anyone familiar with a position like this?
    Last edit by Joe V on Sep 26, '12
  2. 8 Comments

  3. Visit  loriangel14 profile page
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    It maybe something like an auditor or something. I know they do that in my province ( I live in Ontario) and it has to do with funding for LTC facilites from the government.
  4. Visit  1pinknurse profile page
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    Loriangel 14 is correct. You would be an Auditor.
  5. Visit  Jillybean48 profile page
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    I do believe that is it, just couldn't think if it. Thank you so much.
  6. Visit  nancynurse12 profile page
    #4 0
    Auditing charts. It is what I did on a travel assignment.
  7. Visit  debbielaliberte profile page
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    probably for an insurance company.
  8. Visit  Jillybean48 profile page
    #6 0
    Thank you :-)
  9. Visit  paradiseboundRN profile page
    #7 0
    MedAssurance is a big company that does that kind of work.
  10. Visit  SHGR profile page
    #8 0
    It might also be called Utilization Review or Quality Assurance.