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HIM TECHNICIAN II/INPATIENT ANALYST (Current Employee) – Tuba City, AZ – October 15, 2014
As an HIM Technician the medical records department at TCRHCC has taught me a lot. I have learned a lot within medical records, from analyzing inpatient charts and outpatient chart, creating new charts, pulling charts for clinic appointments, delivering charts to location of patients appointments, release of information, being busy all the time keeps us on our feet, worked and learned in all area of the HIM Department. Trained new employees that joined the team. Depending on what shift we are working, we are consistently busy. we are assigned to certain areas of the department everyday, from pulling charts for clinic, filing labs into charts , release of information, outpatient analysis, chart running, etc. Got along with everyone , there are a total of 20+ technicians that i work with, and working as team and proved to the hospital that patient care is a priority, with that in mind just knowing to get charts to the clinic and working as team has always been sufficient. Its always a great environment on whatever shift you are working and who you are working with. i feel coming into the healthcare field has had its moments on when times learning all aspects of HIM was hard, weather its learning the various task that come with medical records, it does take time to learn but i am fast learner so this was easy for me, a challenge is always worth it. but coming to work has always been enjoyable and i feel its time for me to use what i learned and apply to the real world.
A great place to work, awesome environment, etc.