Surgical Care Affiliates

Manager, Medical Records

Job Location US-PA-Washington
# of Openings


SCA, a leader in the outpatient surgery industry, strategically partners with health plans, medical groups and health systems across the country to develop and optimize surgical facilities. SCA operates more than 200 surgical facilities, including ambulatory surgery centers and surgical hospitals, in partnership with approximately 3,000 physicians. For more information on SCA, visit


Facility DescriptionAdvanced Surgical Hospital, a physician owned orthopaedic specialty hospital located in Washington PA, is the region’s highest performing hospital. Advanced Surgical Hospital and its team of dedicated physicians, staff, and leaders is committed to delivering each of the patients and family members it serves with care that is compassionate and exceptional in every way.     

Accountabilities / Responsibilities

Manager, Medical Records – Oversees and facilitates Medical Records tasks, responsibilities, monitors and assures high quality performance with medical records including, but not limited to; confidentiality, records retention, must have extensive computer experience, abstracting patient records, data collection, chart auditing, and coding familiarity.


Key Responsibilities:


  • Identifies late, incomplete, or inaccurate documentation and, in accordance with established protocols, reports to individual(s) responsible for completion/accuracy of documentation; tracks return of such documentation.
  • Prepares for insurance and regulatory agency chart audits by pulling charts to be reviewed and assuring that charts are complete and in good order.  Oversees Advanced Surgical Hospital responses for such audit requests.
  • Receives patient records for abstracting. Collects numerous data elements from individual records and abstracts core measure data on required elements from patient care records onto an established form following complex instructions on qualifiers for data elements to extract and exclusions.  Applies Specifications Manual for National Inpatient Quality Measures according to established data reporting requirements.
  • Participates in system design, process improvement and revision to ensure sound processes for quality data retrieval. Works with internal departments to set up e-forms for electronic documentation.  Actively facilitates the quarterly Medical Records Committee meetings. Completes quarterly submissions of data to the PHC4.
  • Monitors the accuracy and consistency of coded clinical data by overseeing audits of data and reports findings to the Medical Records Committee.
  • Monitors and maintains Electronic Health Records programming/upgrading; assists in monitoring continued compliance with Meaningful Use.
  • Maintains accurate and up-to-date Medical Records policies and procedures.



  • Bachelor’s degree preferred or extensive knowledge and work experience with medical records.
  • Medical records practitioner certification preferred. 
  • Two to four years of hospital medical records experience is preferred, with extensive knowledge of anatomy and medical terminology. 
  • Knowledge of IDC10.




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