Employment Type
Full-time, Part-time, Contractor
Job Location
Remote work from: USA
Date posted
July 1, 2024
Valid through
September 30, 2024
Position title
NCDR CathPCI, AFib, CPMI, TVT, or LAAO Abstractor (Remote, FT or PT)

Performs primary data abstraction duties for NCDR Registries (CathPCI, A/Fib, Chest Pain-MI, TVT, or LAAO) and ensures high levels of abstraction accuracy for assigned accounts via validation activities. Demonstrates strong communication, documentation, organizing, and planning skills to ensure strong leadership of multiple accounts concurrently.

  • Collects and abstracts data from patient medical records, especially those related to cardiac care. This includes information on diagnoses, treatments, procedures, and outcomes.
  • Ensures the accuracy and completeness of the abstracted data. This involves cross-referencing information from multiple sources within a patient's medical record.
  • Adheres to specific clinical data abstraction guidelines and standards, such as those set by the American College of Cardiology.
  • Enters the abstracted data into a database or registry, often using specialized software. This includes maintaining and updating the data as necessary.
  • Participates in quality assurance processes to ensure data integrity. This involves routine audits of the data or the abstraction process.
  • Remains informed about developments in cardiac care and data management to ensure ongoing competency in the role.
  • Experience abstracting in at least one of the NCDR Registries within the last 2 years is required.
  • Familiar with medical records, billing/documentation practices, Microsoft Office, and standard healthcare quality concepts.
  • Ability to work independently.
  • Relies on experience and judgment to plan/accomplish goals.
  • Maintains a strict level of confidentiality in all aspects of work.
  • Demonstrates a high standard of accuracy and attention to detail.
  • Excellent interpersonal and communication skills.
  • Remote position.
  • MSN, BSN, or RN preferred.
  • CPHQ preferred.
About Jamie Walden
Director of Business Development — ADN
Jamie has spent more than a decade at American Data Network (ADN) dedicating his career to helping healthcare organizations succeed in their mission to improve healthcare quality and patient safety. With a background in technology and journalism, his focus is to help equip healthcare quality and patient safety leaders with the tools and resources that can further empower them to provide the best possible care to patients. ADN's mission is to help healthcare organizations improve patient care. For more than 25 years, the ADN team has striven to be a trusted healthcare analytics and data solutions partner that helps equip hospitals with a better understanding of their data so they can harness its power to help their organizations succeed.
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