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HIM Coder - INPATIENT REMOTE POSITION

Job Details

Job Ref:
R0049465
Location:
111 Colchester Ave, Burlington, VT
Category:
Administration
Employment Type:
Full Time
Hospital:
The University of Vermont Medical Center
Department:
Health Information Management
Job Type:
Regular
Primary Shift:
Day
Hours:
TBD
Hours per Week:
40
Weekend Needs:
None
Pay Rate:
$21.94 - $33.93 per hour

This role is 100% remote and has a flexible schedule: after completion of training period, regular daily schedule can be set within the hours of 5:00AM-6:00PM Monday through Friday. Prior inpatient coding (ICD-10, PCS, DRG) experience strongly preferred, but general coding experience is considered. Exposure to a healthcare setting and knowledge of diagnosis and disease progression is beneficial for candidates.

JOB DESCRIPTION:

Applies knowledge of anatomy and physiology, medical terminology and pathology of disease processes while analyzing clinical documentation for inpatient and outpatient records for facility and/or professional services coding. May be assigned to work edit lists for accuracy of claims processing and data reporting. Applies knowledge of DRG, ICD-10and ICD 10 PCS and American Hospital Association, American Medical Association and applicable Federal and third party payer guidelines to accurately and compliantly determine principal and secondary ICD-10 diagnoses codes, principal and secondary ICD-10 procedure codes for all visits. Follows UVMMC compliance and HIM coding compliance policies and by maintaining financial goals and meeting or exceeding accuracy and productivity standards. Utilizes various electronic information systems to accomplish coding including, EPIC, 3M Coding and Reimbursement Systems, and other clinical documentation systems or reference systems as deemed appropriate. Effectively communicates with and acts as a resource to health care providers, department managers and staff to resolve documentation, charge or other issues as they arise to ensure accuracy of coding and reimbursement. HIM Coder may be assigned other duties as deemed necessary by the HIM Supervisor and or HIM Manager.  HIM Coder will adhere to the HIM Mission and Vision. All coders will continually seek to improve coding knowledge through various mediums including seminars, articles, networking, web access and other as available.

EDUCATION:

Minimum: High school diploma. College level Anatomy and Physiology and Medical Terminology required. Associate's degree or Bachelor's degree in Allied Health or HIM preferred. Must have certification in one of the following areas or obtain certification within two years of the date of hire: CCA, CCS, CPC, CPC-A, COC, CIC, RHIT or RHIA. Certified clinical documentation specialist or and RN with CCS, CPC, COC or CIC

EXPERIENCE:

Knowledge of current AMA and AHA Coding Guidelines, State and Federal Regulations, Professional Services and Compliance preferred.  Preferred ヨ experience with 3M Coding and Reimbursement System, EPIC, or similar information management systems or electronic clinical documentation and billing systems.  Microsoft Word, Excel, Access and Outlook and other databases or software systems

Qualifications

  • PRISM Training
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