Job Opportunities with RWHC

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Credentialing Specialist

The Rural Wisconsin Health Cooperative, Sauk City, WI, has an opening for a credentialing specialist. This position requires interest and efficient skills for computer work, including database updates, web based queries and working with imaging software. Candidates need confidence for interpreting, querying and verifying submitted data. Effective communication skills using email and phone along with attention to detail are essential for this position. A qualified candidate is accurate and has the ability to learn and follow processes in a timely manner. A two year degree in a relevant field along with previous work experience is preferred. Competitive salary and benefits are offered.

Resumes will be accepted by blaffey@rwhc.com until April 10, 2019.


RWHC PACS Support Specialist

The RWHC IT Support Specialist is an entry to mid level position that will provide Picture Archiving Communications System (PACS) support services to the Rural Wisconsin Health Cooperative. Responsibilities will include: (1) Assisting the PACS Administrator to support and expand the PACS system, (2) Providing helpdesk support to RWHC member PACS hospitals and end-users, (3) Developing and maintaining PACS system support documentation.

Candidates should have at least 3 years experience in computer system repair and support and/or a technical degree/certification. PACS and radiology workflow experience is highly desirable but not required, as training will be provided to qualified candidates. Candidates must demonstrate excellent customer service skills to be considered for this position.

Please send resumes to Tyson Swan at tswan@rwhc.com.



Speech Language Pathologist

Join our team of 12 therapists working in progressive rural hospital settings throughout south central Wisconsin. Caseload will include hospital inpatients, outpatients and nursing home populations. Candidates must be eligible for WI licensure and hold a masters degree in speech pathology. Along with a competitive salary and benefits, travel time and mileage are reimbursed. Flexible schedule arranged to meet your needs.

Contact Patti Fowler, Speech Pathology Manager, Rural Wisconsin Health Cooperative, 880 Independence Lane, Sauk City, WI 53583 or call 800-225-2531 or email pfowler@rwhc.com.



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