Data Integrity Specialist - Medcial Affairs Job

Children's Health - Medical Affairs Careers

Job Number: 51443

Location: Dallas, TX

Date Posted: 3-24-2017



Supports the planning, design, development, build and/or other configuration of the Echo credentialing application/system for the Medical Staff Affairs Division; leads and/or coordinates conversions, application/system testing and documentation of system procedures; participates and provides input in training design and development and assists in training execution related to assigned projects; provides go-live support and serves as primary point of contact for on-going production maintenance/support and troubleshooting. Participates in on-call/after-hours database support. Maintains data integrity for provider records in the Medical Affairs Echo credentialing database.


System wide subject matter expert and database analyst, which includes operational oversight and maintenance of the Echo credentialing software. Specific duties include the following:

  • Ensure data integrity, maintenance, and efficiencies with automation for system interfaces.
  • Team leader for performance improvement projects related to automation, paperless credentialing initiatives and departmental workflow and efficiency.
  • Train all users of the Echo credentialing database including medical staff services, graduate medical education, occupational health, information services, and medical staff leadership as needed.
  • Timely creation of standard and ad-hoc reports for the Medical Affairs division and system-wide customers.
  • Schedule and run audits for data integrity of the database.
  • Provide technical support for provider applicants.
  • Act as a liaison between Echo support and MSS, GME, Managed Care and any other organizational department that uses the database.
  • Maintain all database forms, which include privileges, workflows, checklists, letters, and reports for all system users
  • Participates in system implementation, maintenance, troubleshooting and problem resolution as a subject matter expert under the lead of or in conjunction with Information Services
  • Work with IS to develop appropriate interfaces between other clinical systems.
  • Monitors possible data integrity issues internally and across multiple external information exchanges
  • Administers end-user security and access in accordance with Information Services policy
  • Develop and maintain data entry manual
  • Special projects as requested by Medical Affairs Leadership.


3-4 years of job related experience in a credentials verification organization (CVO), hospital credentialing, or managed care credentialing setting, required

2 years experience in credentialing database support, required

General understanding of SQL and HL7 interfacing, preferred


Minimum Formal Education:

Four-year Bachelor's degree or equivalent experience, required


CPCS, preferred


Sedentary - Exerting up to 10lbs. occasionally or negligible weights frequently; sitting most of the time.

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