(Only QUALIFIED Healthcare Professionals accepted)
NATION-WIDE REMOTE INPATIENT CODER OPPORTUNTIY – Hospital Inpatient coding
Fully REMOTE – work from Home.
Come join one of the leading health systems in the country from your home office. There is an immediate need for specialty coders! We are offering an extremely competitive range in order to attract top talent quickly around ICD-10.
Don’t miss this opportunity!
Call David at 513-206-9881 and send your resume into consideration: firstname.lastname@example.org
Responsible for the coding and abstraction of inpatient and day surgery cases.
Assigns codes and abstracts inpatient and day surgery procedures and diagnoses using International
Classification of Diseases (ICD), Procedure Coding System (PCS) and Current Procedural Terminology (CPT)
coding protocols for billing, reimbursement, statistical purposes and data collection. Follows the prescribed
organization’s coding guidelines.
Sequences diagnoses and procedure codes as outlined in the ICD Official Coding Guidelines, Uniform Hospital
Discharge Data Set, the American Medical Association (AMA) CPT Assistant, and local and national requirements.
Reviews all provider documentation to include review of patient histories, physical examinations, emergency room
visits, procedures, consultation and discharge summaries to support assigned codes in the health information
record so that all significant diagnoses and procedures may be captured for reimbursement, statistical, research,
severity and data purposes.
Follows up and obtains clarification on inaccurate documentation as appropriate.
Applies Medical Severity Diagnosis Related Groups (MS-DRGs) and Ambulatory Patient Categories (APCs) in
order to code charts for accurate hospital bill preparation.
Reviews MS-DRG information from nursing worksheets for accuracy and forwards inaccurate information to
appropriate leader as needed.
Compiles data for Center for Medicare Services (CMS) reporting of clinical indicators.
Abides by the Standards of Ethical Coding as set forth by the American Health Information Management
Association and adheres to official coding guidelines. Practices ethical judgment in assigning and sequencing
codes for proper insurance reimbursement.
Maintains the confidentiality of patient records. Reports any perceived non-compliant practices to the coding leader
or compliance officer.
Licensure, Registration and/or Certification Required:
Coding Associate (CCA) certification issued by the American Health Information Management Association
Coding Specialist (CCS) certification issued by the American Health Information Management Association
(AHIMA) needs to be obtained within 6 months.
Health Information Administrator (RHIA) registration issued by the American Health Information Management
Association (AHIMA), or
Health Information Technician (RHIT) registration issued by the American Health Information Management
CALL DAVID FOR INFORMATION – 513-206-9881
Email Resumes to: email@example.com