Sr. Regulatory Analyst - CER
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The Sylvester Comprehensive Cancer Center is seeking a Sr. Regulatory Analyst that will be responsible for working in conjunction with the FCDS Quality Control, Education and Training division to integrate the CER QC activities into the FCDS daily processing. Additional data will be collected for Breast, Colorectal and CML cancers. The incumbents will be responsible for quality control for all cancers from physician offices, radiation therapy facilities, pathology laboratories, ambulatory surgery centers and hospitals, creating FCDS abstract from all reporting source data and pathology report data. Follow-back to reporting hospital/physician to verify additional CER data variables. This may require accessing the facility responsible for all Over-Ride processing for report sources assigned with the data acquisition team member. Once forcible abstract is assigned, incumbent is responsible for resolving it. This includes review, potential correction and/or setting over-ride flags once case has been properly documented. In order to resolve Over-Ride, incumbent may be required to contact the reporting source via electronic and/or telephone means. Responsible for reviewing linked pathology reports, abstracts and claims data, consolidate and code a full abstract. Initially the focus will be on breast, colon and CML cases for certain counties but may expand in the future.
Bachelorís degree in Epidemiology, Statistics, Public Health or other related field preferred. Minimum three years work related experience. Must be a Certified Tumor Registrar (CTR). Valid Florida driversí license required. In lieu of a bachelorís degree, more than five years cancer data senior level CTR staff in a central or hospital-based cancer registry. Must exhibit in-depth knowledge of tumor cell biology and tumor staging. Expertise and proven track record in designing training procedures and conducting workshops. Must have complete understanding of cancer management methodology and experience providing technical consultation and support to researchers. Excellent skills in PC using Word and Excel, skills in English (both written and verbal) and telephone skills required.
For more details please visit: www.careers.med.miami.edu for position #041788.
FCDS, Floridaís population-based state-wide cancer registry, has an exciting job opportunity for an experienced CTR as a Senior Regulatory Analyst/Quality Control Coordinator. The QC Coordinator will work directly with the Manager of Data Quality and Education and Training and the FCDS Data Quality Team. The FCDS Data Quality Team is involved in the overall planning and delivery of various data quality studies across the state of Florida (reporting completeness, abstracting completeness, and coding accuracy) as well as ad hoc data quality and quality improvement activities that combine to make-up the FCDS Quality Control Plan. The FCDS Data Quality Team is also actively involved in the development and delivery of high quality education and training programs geared toward both new and experience cancer registrars. This is a challenging and rewarding position for a highly motivated CTR. FCDS is a busy hub of activity that includes cancer reporting from many types of report sources.
Routine responsibilities include: the Quality Control of abstracted/coded data to ensure that all cases received by FCDS are accurate and reliable and that data meet or exceed national data quality standards; re-casefinding and re-abstracting field audits and audit reconciliation activities; response to technical inquiries from in-the-field registrars, and serving as a subject matter expert to both hospital registry staff and the staff at the central registry. Experience with electronic data capture, e-path, and other electronic health records including EMRs is also highly desirable.
Qualified individuals will have a bachelorís degree and at least three years relevant work experience in a cancer registry as a CTR in a managerial capacity. Applicants must demonstrate a working knowledge of ICD-O-3, ICD-9-CM, ICD-10 including ICD-10-CM/PCS, and HCPCS/CPT coding. Understanding of national cancer case abstraction and cancer registry coding standards and related best practices is a requirement. Experience in epidemiological and/or clinical research studies is a plus.
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