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Medical Records Clerk

Highlands Oncology Group

Highlands Oncology Group

Springdale, AR, USA
Posted on Tuesday, July 9, 2024

Research Clinical Informaticist

3901 Parkway Cir Ste 100, Springdale, AR 72762

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Job type

  • Full-time

Location

3901 Parkway Cir Ste 100, Springdale, AR 72762

Full job description

Come join our world class team and help us bring cancer treatment HOME!

At Highlands Oncology Group we know that every single job is important. It takes each one of us, clinical and non-clinical, to provide exceptional and compassionate care to our amazing patients.

Highlands Oncology began in 1996 with three physicians and a desire to change the face of oncology care in our community. Our founding physicians knew that patients do better at home, in the community where they live and work, and where their support system is already in place. In furthering that goal, Highlands has grown with the region from a single location 26 years ago, to 6 locations in Northwest and Northcentral Arkansas today employing more than 700 diverse team members. We have a caring multidisciplinary team focused on treating patients as family.

Highlands Oncology research department has provided clinical trials to our community for over 30 years, including many first-in-human cancer treatments. Our department is committed to remaining on the cutting edge to ensure our community has access to many clinical trial opportunities. We have worked with the pharmaceutical industry to develop many treatments that are standard practice today.

The Research Clinical Informaticist is responsible for maintaining the Electronic Medical Record (EMR) and Clinical Trial Management System (CTMS) and following the subjects enrolled on their clinical trials in a manner consistent with Good Clinical Practice guidelines, Highlands Oncology Group policies and procedures, and sponsor requirements within the assigned setting.


Job Duties / Responsibilities:

  • Has a good understanding of the EMR and all components related to the
  • Creates and maintains research regimens and orders in the EMR, including treatment, screening, follow up, etc.
  • Maintains account access for research monitors/CRAs.
  • Develops EMR forms and
  • Maintaining and implementing new processes to the CTMS and all components related to the
  • Providing training and support to clinical staff on how to enter data, run reports, and manage study
  • Monitoring and troubleshooting issues that
  • Generating reports to track the progress of clinical trials and analyze the data generated by the
  • Ensuring data is accurate and complete by conducting quality control checks and
  • Acts as a resource to hospital and clinic personnel/physicians regarding research
  • Limited travel may be required for educational opportunities, and to NH/BCC.

Required Skills/Abilities:

  • Demonstrates a high level of professionalism and responsiveness when interacting with internal and external customers.
  • Advises supervisor or other appropriate individuals of problems and
  • Collaborates effectively with physicians, nurses, and ancillary
  • Communicates routinely with supervisor/liaison regarding program
  • Demonstrates effective oral and written communication
  • Must be willing to train existing and new staff.
  • Must be detail oriented and able to multi-task
  • Willingly accepts assignments and completes them in a timely
  • Demonstrates flexibility in schedule to accommodate
  • Effectively sets
  • Maintains patient/sponsor confidentiality
  • Maintains at-a-glance protocol information in
  • Maintains organized files and office
  • Supports and adheres to organizational decisions, policies, and
  • Acts as team member both corporately and within the individual
  • Submits routine reports on or before due
  • Demonstrates professionalism in appearance/dress code consistent with policy of
  • Demonstrates initiative in seeking new projects and making corporate related
  • Attends research department meetings when
  • Promptly reports to work at designated
  • Maintains good attendance with no unexcused

Education and Experience:

  • Preferably RN, LPN with Medical Director of Research approval, or clinical research
  • Proficient in computer
  • In-depth oncology and/or clinical research
  • Strong knowledge of medical
  • Technical skills related to EMR function and
  • Required to complete NCI me
  • Seeks to increase skills through self-directed learning
  • Willing to take continuing education courses as
  • Recognizes personal/professional limitations and strives for
  • After achieving two years of research experience, will test and pass the certification for Certified Clinical Research Professional (CCRP).

Physical Requirements:

  • May be required to lift up to 25 pounds.
  • Sitting, keyboarding, and visual acuity (near) will occur continually.
  • Neck rotation and extension will occur frequently.
  • Standing and walking will occur occasionally.