Health Information Document Imaging Technician I at Legacy Health in Portland, Oregon

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Job Description:

Health Information Document Imaging Technician I

Legacy Health

Equal Opportunity Employer/Vet/Disabled


Job ID: 20-11448
Type: Supplemental
Multiple Locations - Portland Metro


At Legacy, our mission is to make life better for our patients, our community and our staff. We follow that mission in everything we do. If you share our passion and can demonstrate it through strong health information management skills, you might be perfect for this role.

The Health Information Document Imaging Tech I assists in document imaging functions by accurately prepping, indexing, scanning and conducting quality assessment on all documentation received and scanned; retrieval of health information data; and maintaining scanning equipment properly. You will perform a wide variety of activities to support providers, healthcare professionals and customers with service and information needs.


Accurately prep documents to be scanned in accordance with established procedures.

Review and audit scanned documents to ensure all pages in the batch were scanned, pages meet quality criteria with rescanning as necessary, pages are indexed to the correct patient/account, document type, and with the correct description.

Greet providers, health care professionals and customers and provide complete and accurate information.

Respond to incoming, outgoing, and inter-departmental calls and/or requests in a timely and efficient manner.

Distribute mail, records, files and reports as appropriate.

Respond to requests for records and locate previous medical records as needed.

Directs incoming faxes to appropriate department or party as needed.

Work within HIPAA, Legacy, and departmental policy guidelines.



College course work in health information technology preferred.


A minimum of one year of health care experience or equivalent education in at least one of the following areas:

  • Medical Records/Health Information
  • Applicable clerical support experience


Knowledge of HIPAA privacy regulations.

Knowledge of confidentiality laws, policies and procedures related to specially protected health information.

Basic grammar and spelling skills.

Net typing of 40 wpm.

Proficient keyboarding skills with ability to accurately transfer information from the eye to the keyboard without transposing information.

Basic use of Windows, Microsoft Word and Excel.

Demonstrated respectful interpersonal and effective communication skills which promote cooperation and teamwork.

Ability to work credibly and effectively with medical and administrative staff.

Ability to withstand various job pressures.

Attention to detail. Strong organizational skills and ability to manage multiple priorities.

Work efficiently with minimal supervision, exercising independent judgment within stated guidelines.


Follows guidelines set forth in Legacy’s Values in Action.