A hospital and healthcare system is in need of a Remote Health Information Coder II. Must be able to: Analyze and interpret documentation from medical records. Complete accurate coding of hospital-based diagnoses and procedures. Perform professional fee coding of diagnosis and procedures.
A healthcare company is searching for a person to fill their position for a Remote Hospital Coding Quality Reviewer in West Allis. Core Responsibilities Include: Completing coding accuracy reviews to assist the coding leadership in carrying out the department's compliance plan.
5+ years inpatient coding experience at a tertiary care facility. Extensive knowledge of ICD-10-CM/PCS classification systems. Certified Coding Specialist-CCS (AHIMA) and RHIA or RHIT. Knowledge of federal, state, and third party payer requirements.
Assigning, validating, and/or editing procedure categories, modifiers. Skills and Requirements Include: High School graduate or GED equivalent. 1 year of acute care hospital inpatient coding. Coding technical skills. Analytical skills. Organization. Communication.
Must have worked in a large acute care facility. Must have experience coding critical care patients including transplants, spinal fusion, sepsis, and neurology. Would prefer some Level I Trauma experience. Must have access to home office set-up with reliable, high-speed internet connection.
Must have experience coding critical care patients including transplants, spinal fusion, sepsis, and neurology. Must have AHIMA certification. Must have at least five years strong IP Coding experience. Maintain a 95% accuracy rate while meeting the facility productivity standards.
A health information management service provider needs applicants for an opening for a Remote Outpatient Medical Coder. Must be able to: Accurately code patient records. Comply with AHIMA Code of Ethics and Standards of Ethical Coding, Coding Clinic Guidelines.
3 years in a hospital or acute care setting with multidisciplinary service lines. Registered Health Information Administrator, Registered Health Information Technician, OR Certified Coding Specialist credential. Computer software skills with MS Office products, Word and Excel.
Abstracting acute-care services. Completing any other assigned tasks. Qualifications Include: High School Diploma or GED equivalent. Holds an AHIMA or AAPC coding credential. 5 years hospital-based inpatient coding experience or ED coding/ED Facility/ED Profee.
Required Skills: communicates clearly and concisely. effective evaluation, synthesis and use of information gathered. High School graduate or GED equivalent. Minimum 1 year of acute care hospital inpatient coding required, 3 years preferred.