Certified Coder-ProFee I - NOT a remote position-40 hrs/week
Kirkland Campus Position - Not a Remote Position
Abstracts, analyzes, and assigns ICD-10-CM, CPT, HCPCS codes and appropriate modifiers for evaluation and management (E/M), minor procedures, and diagnostic tests by using either computerized or manual systems. Researches and resolves coding and reimbursement issues to ensure the accuracy, quality, and integrity of coding and billing practices. Effectively communicates with clinicians and billing/coding teams regarding code changes and denials. Maintains department defined quality and productivity standards.
License, Certification, Education or Experience:
REQUIRED for the position:
•High school diploma or G.E.D
•Current professional coding credential: AAPC (Certified Professional Coder [CPC], Certified Coding Associate [CCA], Certified Outpatient Coder [COC]), PMI (Certified Medical Coder [CMC]), or AHIMA (Certified Coding Specialist-Physician [CCS-P], Certified Coding Specialist [CCS], Registered Health Information Administrator [RHIA], Registered Health Information Technician [RHIT])
•Good written and verbal communication skills.
•Satisfactory completion of general coding skills assessment
•Proficient knowledge of medical terminology, ICD-10-CM, CPT, and HCPCS coding conventions.
•Basic understanding of anatomy, physiology and disease processes.
•General understanding of payer billing requirements.
DESIRED for the position:
•One year of professional coding experience in a multi-specialty medical group setting