A health information management company needs applicants for an opening for a Telecommute CDQI Nurse Specialist in Alpharetta. Core Responsibilities Include: Performing timely, accurate and complete documentation reviews.
A healthcare technology company needs applicants for an opening for a Telecommute Clinical Coder Nurse Auditor. Core Responsibilities of this position include: Reviewing cases, ensuring accurate and clinical documentation. Assisting in making coding policy decisions.
Must be able to: Audit for accurate code of physician and non-physician practitioner documentation. Use current coding guidelines for requirements. Required Skills: Ability to travel overnight (percentage will vary by project and client need)
Promoting and obtaining appropriate documentation for any clinical conditions or procedures. Required Skills: Bachelor’s Degree. Certified Coding Specialist (CCS) OR (CCDS) OR (CDIP) Registered Nurse (RN) or Registered Health Information Management Administrator (RHIA)
A company with a focus on the healthcare industry is seeking a Telecommuting Registered Nurse Clinical DRG Auditor. Candidates will be responsible for the following: Reviewing medical information to collect data and ensuring appropriate billing of data.
Experience in computerized encoding and abstracting software. Associate or Bachelor degree from AHIMA certified HIM Program or Nursing Program or completion of certificate program with CCS, CPC or CCSP.
Certified Tumor Registrar, research professional or oncology nurse with 5+ years’ experience in oncology setting. At least two years people management experience. Active clinical license or or CTR certification, if applicable. Strong written and verbal communication skills.
Associate or Bachelor's from AHIMA certified HIM Program or Nursing Program OR. Completion of certificate program with CCS, CPC or CCSP. 1-5 years of coding experience in a hospital and/or coding consulting role. Experience in computerized encoding and abstracting software.
Current accreditation by the American Academy of Professional Coders (AAPC) or American Medical Record Association (AHIMA) Ability to maintain a 95% coding accuracy rate. Effective oral and written communication skills are required to work with medical, nursing, and other allied health staff.