A coding support organization has an open position for a Telecommuting Review Consultant. Individual must be able to fulfill the following responsibilities: Review records assigned to ensure all codes reported are accurate to ICD-10 CM, PCS and/or CPT coding conventions.
A coding support organization has a current position open for a Telecommute Coding Consultant. Individual must be able to fulfill the following responsibilities: Performing retrospective DRG validation audits for IP data quality.
Performing coding compliance and quality audits in support of the Compliance Program and client expectations. Analyzing and interpreting documentation from medical records. Clearly documenting audit findings and calculating billing error rates. Applicants must meet the following qualifications:
Utilize technical coding principals. Resolve error reports associated with billing process. Must meet the following requirements for consideration: Must have at least two years strong Coding experience. Must have AHIMA certification (CCS, RHIT, RHIA)
Utilizing technical coding principals and DRG reimbursement expertise. Ensuring all CC and MCC are captured during coding process. Qualifications for this position include: Must have at least five years strong IP Coding experience, preferably in a teaching hospital.
Maintain and disseminate up-to-date technical knowledge of legal and regulatory information from all appropriate jurisdictions. Resolve any and all pre-bill edits, denials, etc. for assigned accounts. Required Skills: One-three years' experience as a coder required.
Support and participate in process and quality improvement initiatives. Required Skills: Certified Medical Coder with at least one of the following credentials: CPC, CCS, RHIA, RHIT or any approved AHIMA certification. 3+ years of prior coding experience.
Prepare employees for project by supplying supporting information, directions and client profiles. Applicants must meet the following qualifications: Associate degree and/or comparative business experience. CPC, CCS-P, (RHIT, RHIA if current experience with professional coding).
Must be able to: Perform coding compliance and quality audits in support of company's compliance program and client expectations. Analyze and interpret documentation from medical records. Clearly document audit findings and calculate billing error rates. Skills and Requirements Include:
Serving as an expert resource in reviewing all medical records in support of consistent documentation for all payer types. Collaborating in the development of programs which provide alignment with education for internal customers to support clinical documentation guidelines.