Receptionist, Medical ICD10 coder, insurance appeals, insurance verification, data entry, collections, and payment entries
Recently have found myself in uncharted waters, after 15 years of reliable work my employer decided they didn't need me any longer, things have changed so much and i've kept updated with work experience but out looking for work I have a feeling that when people contact them, they aren't giving me the recommendation I should have. Any suggestions would be valuable this is the first time in 30 years this has ever happened! Feeling lost.
I am looking for employment in the coding field and would like remote work as I am already working from home. However, most remote positions ask for 3 - 5 years experience. There has got to be some employers that will higher coders to get that experience.
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Compensation: $41,000 yearly
Must have a minimum of 1-year professional coding work experience. One of the following coding credentials required: RHIT, CCS, CCS-P, CPC, COC (formerly CPC-H), or CPC-P. Ideal coding candidate has minimal E/M experience. Billing experience is a plus. The medical coder will be responsible for, but not limited to, reviewing provider documentation and abstracting diagnosis codes, procedure codes and supply codes from provider documentation, entering or accessing essential information from a proprietary database, often utilizing Microsoft Excel, for multiple medical specialities. ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
Assigns diagnostic codes from provider documentation, entering essential information into a database Follows the official coding guidelines including AHA Coding Clinic, CPT Assistant, CMS Documentation Guidelines, Official Guidelines for Coding and Reporting and other similar authoritative resources Participates in department meetings, coding training and compliance training Attends continuing education classes to maintain coding proficiency and certification requirements Regularly and consistently meets quality and productivity standards established by management. Completes administrative tasks in a timely manner and in accordance with management expectations, such as data reporting and productivity Maintains ongoing communication with management regarding coding workload, turnaround time expectations and deliverables Performs additional duties as necessary to meet the obligations to our clients Complies with the company's policies regarding the use and disclosure of protected health information which includes accessing and using protected health information only to the extent necessary to fulfil the above-mentioned responsibilities company offers a competitive salary, excellent benefits package, & good working environment.
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UPDATE: EMPLOYER HAS BEEN OVERWHELMED WITH APPLICATIONS AND HAS NOW PLACED A HOLD ON ACCEPTANCE OF ADDITIONAL APPLICATIONS AT THIS TIME.
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Change Healthcare is hiring Medical Coders to work at home , (nationwide). Minimum qualification requirements for this job include:
I am trying desperately to find a work from home coder position. While there are quite a few out there, the problem is. is I have no experience. I must work from home because of a disabled husband. How do I break into this field? I have tried everything I can think of. I am AHIMA certified, and hold an Associate's degree in health information technology. This is driving me nuts. I can't get experience if I have no experience. Any body have any good advice or leads?
I was just offered a Remote Medical Coder II position with a very large healthcare system in TX... I aced the assessment and interviewed very well with the manager and team lead...
So I received the offer from HR and completed the pre hire information... I wasn't offered similarly to what I was being paid, but it is within the range and it is full time with benefits... And it has great career growth opportunities with encouraged cross training in multi specialties which will increase my coding expertise exponentially... Then I will be suitable for any medical coding position across the board... And I will train in the EPIC EMR system and application as well as other applications that appeal to me...
I am waiting now to complete the onboarding process with them including my drug test...
The only drawback is that the start date is July 1st of which I will have to wait for 3 more weeks until I begin... I endured it thus far, I can make it for little while longer until things get easier next month with income flowing through my household. I have a week birthday trip coming up the end of this month and deserve a solid vacation...
I tried very hard to find a job in my recently acquired field - medical coding - but, had absolutely no luck. Finally, after thinking good and hard I decided to follow my heart and pursued getting back into holistic medicine. I was able to find a great position with a growing company that enables me to use the knowledge I gained working in the holistic dental/medical field for the last 10 years!!!!! Don't give up, let your passions guide you.