Remote Certified Professional Coder / Certified Coding Specialist
The CSI Companies is looking for Certified Coders for a great, worldwide, reputable company. This is remote position (all training and working is remote), so the person can live anywhere in the US as long as they are able work 40 hours a week and train M-F 8am-5pm Central for 8 weeks. Pay is based upon years of experience, education, and credentials.
This is a long term contract position with the great potential to go permanent in the long run. Our company offers basic medical coverage until you go permanent with the company.
Hours are M-F 8am-5pm Central during first 8 weeks of training. After training and accurately coding practice charts, you will be allowed a more flexible schedule (can work anytime from 6am-6pm as long as you work 8 hours a day, 5 days a week).
In order to be considered this person must have:
- An ACTIVE coding certification of an RHIT, RHIA, CCS, CCS-P, CPC-H (COC), or CPC and must have held this certification for at least 2.5 years.
- Must have 3 years of coding experience (make sure that is clearly expressed on your resume to ensure you get contacted for this role)
- Must be willing to work FULL TIME HOURS (40 hours a week) and be able to train M-F 8am-5pm Central and work M-F 6am-6pm Central after training
- Must have an ICD-10 coding book (all other equipment will be shipped to you)
- Must have their own high speed internet
- Must be able to get a 50% or higher on a MS Excel test (will be tested)
- High school diploma or Equivalent
Risk Adjustment (HCC) Coder
This person will be fully trained on HCC coding (Medicare Advantage Coding). Prior HCC experience is not required but preferred. This person
The Medical Coder provides coding and coding auditing services directly to providers. This includes the analysis and translation of medical and clinical diagnoses, procedures, injuries, or illnesses into designated numerical codes.
- Receive assigned medical charts to code
- Review medical charts electronically using a computer
- Abstract and code diagnosis and documentation information
- Research and resolution of coding projects as assigned
- Document requested information from the medical record
- Determine valid encounters including legibility and valid signature requirement
- Perform ongoing analysis of medical record charts for the appropriate coding compliance
- Provide effective feedback to providers and clients through power point presentations, reports, and education
- Coder is responsible for meeting daily production goal and quality goal of averaging 95% accuracy rate on a consistent basis