|Bruyère Research Institute
|$16.14 to $18.54/hr
Job Location: Elisabeth Bruyère Hospital
The Bruyère Research Institute (BRI) is in a state of growth as it pushes the boundaries to transform health and care for and with our communities. The BRI is the research and innovation arm of Bruyère Continuing Care (Bruyère), and proudly partners with the University of Ottawa and other stakeholders to conduct and test relevant and practical health sciences research and innovation for aging and vulnerable populations. Our research priorities align with Bruyère patient and resident populations and include primary care, health systems, memory & dementia, rehabilitation, global health and palliative care. Our innovation focuses on the use of digital health, big data, and artificial intelligence to support improvements in function, autonomy and independence. More information can be found at www.bruyere.org/bri.
Functioning under the direction of the Research Coordinator, the Chart Reviewer will perform first line chart reviews related to memory impairment. The Chart reviewer must be detail orientated concerning the documentation of research data/findings. The selected candidate will be self-directed and able to effectively work both independently and as part of a larger team
Main duties and responsibilities:
- Perform medical chart review
- Maintain current knowledge of study policies, procedures, and workflows
- Use database to enter chart review data.
- Perform remote or on-site electronic medical chart review in variable settings as instructed.
- Track and report system issues identified during data entry.
This job description is not exhaustive. Additional duties may be added as required.
The successful candidate will have:
- An undergraduate degree in progress in a relevant field combined with at least 1 year of experience
- Excellent judgment skills and ability to interpret and follow protocol requirements.
- Ability to conduct Internet and literature database searches
- Ability to ensure strict confidentiality of medical records
- Ability to communicate and interact competently and professionally in a variety of settings, both orally and written in English (French an asset)
If you are interested in this opportunity please submit your cover letter and resume to
Attention: Human Resources Administrator no later than Monday, November 4, 2019.
We thank you for your interest in this position, however; only those chosen for an interview will be contacted.