For this assessment, refer to your work on the Analysis of Electronic Health Rec

For this assessment, refer to your work on the Analysis of Electronic Health Records System assignment.**attached below**
You also need to follow the Scenerio ***Also attached below***
Now that you have made recommendations on an EHR and meaningful use compliance, leadership has decided to hire a Health Information manager to oversee the EHR and other relevant HIM. This person will be responsible for ensuring long-term meaningful use compliance and work with the staff, stakeholders, and vendors to ensure continued success and seamless use of the EHR system.
Before you start drafting the job description for the new hire, you must fully understand the following components of the EHR or HIM systems.
Workflow analysis.
Software licensing.
Vendor and Vendor Roles.
Billing alignment with third-party payers.
Medical coding and billing processes.
The new hire will have a role in overseeing all the components of EHR or HIM systems. This is a mid-level management position and leadership is looking for you create a position that meets the needs of the organization and is financially feasible.
Research specific HIM management certifications such as Registered Health Information Administrator (RHIA), Center for Healthcare Information Management (CHIM), and Registered Health Information Technician (RHIT).
Identify specific job functions of a health information professional.
Explain the skills and training needed that align with the points under Preparation in this assessment (EHR or HIM systems).
Review current job descriptions from organizations similar to Independence Medical Center.
Evaluate the role of the HIM or other health IT professional.
Developing an understanding and vision of these points about the new hire and their position will be critical in effectively creating a job description that will yield the types of candidates that you and the Vila Health organization want for the position.
For this assessment, you will create two deliverables. First, create a 2–3-page executive summary that summarizes the need for the position; this will be presented to leadership prior to posting the job description and advertising it to potential candidates. Second, create a 1–2-page job description detailing the position of health information professional that you want to hire.
The executive summary’s purpose is to present a clear case for the need of the health information professional’s position to be hired. You should support this need with evidence from your analysis that you completed in this course’s first assessment. The executive summary will be assessed with the following scoring guide criteria:
Explain an organization’s need for a health information professional to ensure long-term meaningful use and current incentive program compliance.
Analyze the potential financial impacts of hiring a new health information professional.
In other words, what will it cost to hire and employ the new health information professional versus the potential costs incurred by failing meaningful use compliance, or failing to achieve incentives from current programs?
Support hiring need and recommendations with specific evidence to encourage buy-in from leadership.
The job-description will allow you to layout the desired skills and responsibilities for the health information professional. It should include a minimum and a preferred education, experience, and training requirement. The job description will be assessed with the following scoring guide criteria:
Describe specific job functions of a new health information professional.
Explain the skills and training needed by a new health information professional to be successful in a position.
In addition to the points mentioned so far in this assessment, the following scoring guide criteria will be assessed throughout your assessment:
Communicate the need for and job requirements of a health information professional in a manner that is clear and concise.
Integrate relevant sources to support assertions, correctly formatting citations and references using current APA style.

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