Complete special projects including claims and/or coding related audit support. Ensure that all codes are documented for the assignment of a valid and accurate HCC. Position Requirements Include: Graduate of an approved HRA or AMRT program (RHIA/RHIT or eligible) or a certified coding program.
Minimum of 3 years acute care inpatient/outpatient coding and coding auditing/monitoring experience. Must maintain long-term customer relationships and building trust by meeting and exceeding expectations. Must be self-supporting; not needing to rely on others to complete a job.
Proficient in utilizing technology (computer, VPN, MS Office, coding software) to perform responsibilities. Must have ICD-10 coding experience and have completed an ICD-10 course. All other technical requirements necessary for this position.
High School graduate or GED equivalent required. Coding Technical Skills - ICD-10-CM, ICD-10-PCS, MS-DRGs, APR DRGs, and POA Assignment. Communicate clearly and concisely. Demonstrate proficiency in Microsoft Office applications and others as required.
Utilizing technical coding principals and APR and/or MS-DRG reimbursement expertise. Meeting and/or exceeding the established IP production standards. Required Skills: Three years or greater of inpatient coding experience in an acute care facility. RHIA, RHIT, and/or CCS.
Utilizing technical coding principals and DRG reimbursement expertise to assign appropriate ICD-10-CM and PCS codes. Reviewing appropriate provider documentation to determine principal diagnosis. Must meet the following requirements for consideration:
Performing identification, prioritization and injury coding of trauma patients. Supporting the abstraction of quality trauma data for use locally, statewide and nationally. Qualifications for this position include: Must have completed coursework in physiology, anatomy and medical terminology.
Helping ensure superior clinical coding support for a variety of coding builds, corrections and global projects. Delivering high quality reports including appropriate formatting, with minimal supervision. Creating custom reports through reporting tools with forward-thinking objectives.
Performing coding compliance and quality audits in support of Compliance Program and client expectations. Analyzing and interpreting documentation from medical records. Clearly documenting audit findings and calculating billing error rates. Required Skills: Associate’s Degree.
Utilize technical coding principals and DRG reimbursement expertise to assign appropriate diagnoses. Required Skills: Must hold at least one of the following certifications RHIA, RHIT, CCS. Minimum of 2 years Inpatient coding experience preferred. Good communication skills.