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  • This is a great opportunity for someone with coding experience and credentials. 

    Please refer to the job posting for additional information:


  • About Huntington Hospital.
    We are a 619-bed not-for-profit independent hospital committed to providing the highest quality care for every person in the community. We are the largest level II trauma center in the San Gabriel Valley. We are proud to be named among America's Magnet® designated in nursing and nationally ranked by U.S. News & World Report as the 5th best hospital in Los Angeles, and among the top 10 in California.

    For over 125 years, our community has turned to us for quality care, delivered with compassion and respect. Our specialty services are well known for innovative care and excellence in patient outcomes. Through programs created to fulfill our mission we provide millions of dollars annually in charity care, benefits for vulnerable populations, health research, education and training, and support programs for all members of the community. We are an active teaching hospital with graduate medical education programs in internal medicine and general surgery.

    A full spectrum of care.

    Huntington Hospital offers the full spectrum of care for every need, in a variety of settings and through community partnerships. From primary care to urgent care, and from emergency care to trauma care, Huntington Hospital and its partners ensure that community members receive the right care, in the right place, at the right time.

    Position description

    Under the supervision of the Manager, the Certified Tumor Registrar (CTR) is responsible for processing, maintaining, compiling, and reporting health information data to be used for research, quality assurance, facility planning, and marketing. CTRs abstract and code clinical data from medical records using appropriate classification systems, and analyze health records according to published governmental and institutional standards. CTRs read and interpret the various components of the medical record, such as pathology reports, radiology x-rays and scans, physical findings, and all treatment modalities, and use the information to correctly abstract and stage the cancer case employing various required staging systems.

    Additionally, incumbents determine the site of origin (topography) and histologic type (morphology) of the cancer and code according to the International Classification of Diseases for Oncology. This classification is distinguished from Medical records Coder series by possession of the Certified Tumor Registrar (CTR) credential, and focus/use of the material examined in the medical record.



    1. Identifies all reportable neoplasms. Abstracts required cancer related information from patient medical records by reading and interpreting pathology reports, radiology x-rays and scans, treatment modalities, physical findings, etc., and enters data into electronic database systems. 
    2. Abstracts Rapid Quality Reporting cancer cases (breast, colon & rectum) within three months of date of first contact to ensure reporting compliance. 
    3. Obtains and records information relating to the first course of treatment rendered to patients after discharge. 
    4. Codes required information according to the International Classification of Diseases for Oncology, ICD-0 manual, SEER summary stage, Site Specific Data Items, new Grade manual, Volume I and the STORE manual. 
    5. Stages cancer records according to the American Joint Commission of Cancer TNM Staging System, and the SEER Summary Staging System. 
    6. Obtains and records information relating to the first course of treatment to patients after discharge at outside physician(s) offices and/or outside facilities. 
    7. Knowledge of ACoS CoC standards for an approved Cancer program. Adheres to accrediting body guidelines for coding treatment methodology. 
    8. Demonstrates understanding of recognized Commission on Cancer quality measures of selected cancer sites. 
    9. Researches additional cancer related information not documented in medical record by contacting other physicians on the case and other facilities, institutions, etc. 
    10. Maintains the components of the cancer-related data collection system consistent with all regulatory and procedural policies. 
    11. Accesses protected health information (PHI) in accordance with internal and external institutional policies and procedures. 
    12. Attends cancer conferences and completes documentation attained at conference to include attendance by specialty, assigned clinical stage, clinical trial eligibility, genetic counseling and palliative care. 


    1. Supports organizational goals and initiatives, ensuring the hospital's mission to improve the health of the communities we serve. 
    1. Participates in the performance and quality improvement initiatives. 
    1. Participates in special studies and projects. 
    1. Assists department manager, when needed. 


    Minimum 3 years experience in medical records or other healthcare environment required or 2 years of Cancer Registry experience required. Completion of training in Cancer Registry profession. 


    Certified Tumor Registrar (CTR) certification through the National Cancer Registrars Association (NCRA). 

    Please visit to complete an application.

  • Cancer Registry Assistant – Huntington Hospital, Pasadena, CA

     Under limited supervision, performs the activities of the Cancer Data Center to include case-finding, maintenance of complete and accurate data entry in accordance with the American College of Surgeons Commission on Cancer and the Cancer Data Center's operational standards. Obtains and prepares Huntington Ambulatory Surgery Center, and Radiation Oncology records for the case abstractor in a timely manner. Assists with cancer conferences. Reviews Radiation Oncology logs for new reportable cases by checking against cancer database. This position may require flexibility of hours.


    1. Imports in the Cancer Alert System (CAS) pathology, cytology, and discharge messages on a daily basis. Reviews CT scans, nuclear medicine reports, and outside biopsies for reportability. Identifies reportable neoplasms, reportable CNS neoplasms, spinal cord tumors, brain tumors, and hematopoietic diseases. 
    1. Assigns appropriate accession & sequence number on reportable cases into a suspense file. Prepares monthly case list for abstracting by date of first contact. 
    1. Enters date and reason for admission into the database for existing cases that are considered follow-up. 
    1. Maintains the cancer database to ensure conformance to cancer registry operational standards and to meet the needs of the users of the registry data. Maintains high quality and accurate data entry. 
    1. Processes Radiation Oncology treatment summaries, and consultations. 
    1. Performs clerical support for the Cancer Data Center. 
    1. Interfaces with other departments, agencies, volunteers, and contract personnel. 
    1. Acquires Radiation Oncology patient records from Radiation Oncology Department for case abstracting. Promptly returns records back to Radiation Oncology after the case has been abstracted. Re-files patient records upon returning to Radiation Oncology Department.
    1. Processes treatment letters mailed to physician(s), other facilities, and/or clinics. Researches remote systems available for treatment rendered to our patients at outside facilities. 
    1. Responsible for the Rapid Quality Reporting System (RQRS). Consistently monitors RQRS case alerts and dashboard for cases missing treatment. Continually researches treatment to report to RQRS. 
    1. Attends cancer conferences and completes documentation to include, attendance by specialty, assigned clinical stage, clinical trial eligibility, genetic counseling and palliative treatment.

    Completion of medical terminology, anatomy and physiology.

    Minimum one year working in a cancer field required, or knowledge of cancer related diseases and/or experience working in the cancer related field.

    CTR preferred.

    Knowledge of anatomy, medical terminology, cancer diagnosis and treatment.
    Good oral and written communication skills.
    Ability to work independently.
    Ability to multi-task with interruptions.

    To complete an application please visit

    Keith Hoffman
    Senior Recruiter
    Huntington Hospital
    Office: (626) 397-2228

  •  Job Requirements:

    Accurate, detail-oriented and organized
    Strong analytical aptitude and problem-solving abilities
    Excellent verbal and written communication
    Computer literate
    Ability to maintain strict confidentiality
    Bookkeeping or medical experience a plus but not required
    Type 45 wpm minimum
    Office experience is required

    Full time 8:30 to 5 Monday through Friday

    We offer PTO, paid holidays, medical insurance, 401(k)

    Thank you,
    Sabra McGibbon
    MedClaim, Inc.
    Direct (805) 421-4468
    Direct Fax (805) 421-4468

  • Job Duties:

    Abstracting: Identify analytic & nonanalytic cases within 6 months of diagnosis & collects data as outlined in the SEER/ACoS-CoC manuals and current State Cancer Registry Handbook. Abstracts a minimum of 5 abstracts per day (1abst/1.15hr). Minimum of 30 cases completed per week for remote abstractors.

    Accuracy: Must be committed to quality and the achievement of excellence by maintaining a 97% accuracy rate in abstracting,  and casefinding as required by the Cancer Committee Performance Improvement Plan.

    Follow-up: Identifies information necessary for a completed follow-up. Maintains follow-up according to ACoS Standards. Performs data entry of information obtained in the follow-up process.

    Attend at least one state, local, regional or national meeting annually to comply with ACOS and attend required educational training to stay current in data reporting requirements. Must be able familiar with National Treatment Guidelines for each specific type of malignancy.

    Maintains and protects all confidential information for HIPAA compliance, and in accordance with UTSW’s policies and procedures.

    Capable to work autonomously using accuracy in performing data abstraction and record reviews; uses attention to detail and organizational skills, able to work under pressure and prioritize tasks.

    Must be able to comprehend and multi-task between various hospital computer software and other data base programs; displays knowledge of Microsoft Word, Excel, Power Point.

    Performs other duties as assigned by the Oncology Quality & Outcomes manager and the Tumor Registry supervisor.

    UTSW CTR Job.  Contact:

    Phone: 214-648-0872
    UTSW CTR Job.  Contact:


  • A HIM consulting firm with 35 years of experience in long-term care is seeking both a full-time and part-time high-quality, skilled health information management professional with RHIT certification. Past long-term care/skilled nursing experience and/or consulting is helpful, but not required. Must have strong written and oral communication skills, and work with a variety of facility disciplines. Daily travel to different facilities in Southern CA (Orange county & Los Angeles county), and Northern CA (Alameda, Santa Clara, San Francisco and San Mateo counties). Competitive salary and benefits offered.

    Interested applicants should email their resume to Monique Brennan at Contact phone number is 714.558.3887.  

  • Acacia Counseling & Wellness is the leading provider of off-campus student mental health
    among universities. Our mission is to provide college students a safe, supportive space in
    which they receive consistent, quality mental health care that is highly accessible, affordable,
    and culturally sensitive. As a company that has expanded to eight locations in five years, we
    are seeking a motivated individual to complement our Central Business Office: Billing
    Department as we continue to grow.

    The Job
    Our billing specialists are responsible for submitting our service claims and processing
    payments and denials. We pride ourselves on providing this helpful service to all our clients,
    and our billing team works closely together to resolve claim disputes. Since this job requires
    communication with insurance plans, we are looking for someone who will be available in the
    mornings. A typical day would be 8am-4:30pm. As a billing specialist you will:

    ● Apply your knowledge of health insurance policies and claim submission guidelines;
    ● Provide guidance for our administrative staff in eligibility checks;
    Communicate with carrier representatives to resolve denials and systemic issues;
    ● Assist providers in completing credentialing applications;
    ● and, Navigate across various software platforms

    Your Team:
    As part of the Central Business Office, you'll be joining a team of friendly, engaging, and
    welcoming people who are all passionate about supporting Acacia's mission. You'll work
    closely with the Billing Supervisor and CBO Director, and have the opportunity to interact with
    our awesome clinical staff and office managers across our various locations. As part of the
    Acacia family, you'll have continuous support through your journey!

    Your Abilities
    This position is great for someone who is comfortable with autonomy, is well-organized, and
    enjoys problem solving. If you've got these skills, you might be a perfect fit:

    ● Technological proficiency and adaptability
    ● Excellent time management skills and ability to multitask and prioritize work
    ● Attention to detail and excellent recollection
    ● Excellent written and verbal communication skills
    ● Strong organizational and teamwork mentality
    ● Experience with Medi-Cal billing a huge plus!

    Your Application
    Send us your resume and cover letter, and why you'd like to join Acacia!

    Thank you so much for considering us! We strongly believe this is more than just a job, as
    we offer a warm and welcoming environment.

    Compensation & Benefits

    ● Starting at $15/hour
    ● We've got a great retirement plan, health care options, vacation and holiday pay, and

    For those who are interested in applying, applicants can be directed to sending their cover letter and resumes to
    Isla Vista, California
    Davis, California
    Westwood,  California
    Minneapolis, Minnesota
    La Jolla, California
    Irvine, California
  • Open position for a CTR.  Newly credentialed CTR’s welcome to apply. For more information, contact: 
    Jenny Shaw, CTR | Manager, Cancer Registry Services
    Marin General Hospital
    Cancer Institute
    1350 S. Eliseo Dr., Suite 110
    Greenbrae, CA 94904
    Office 415-925-7823 | Mobile 707-695-7250 | Fax 415-925-7488 

  • The position open is a full time position with benefits to include health ins, 401k, paid holidays and vacation time. The office is located on the upper eastside of Santa Barbara. Responsibilities would include coding, paper and electronic submission, medical record review and researching claim denials. The hours are 8-4:30 but can be adjusted to an earlier or later schedule. Self motivated, ability to work independently as well a part of a team, and attention to detail are important attributes. Computer skills and medical terminology required. Salary DOE. Resumes can be sent to