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Central Medical Records - HIM Specialist
Capital Caring Health, one of the nation's leading nonprofit advanced illness care providers, is looking for talented individuals to join its diverse team of highly-skilled professionals. Central Medical Records - HIM Specialist Location: Falls Church, VA With competitive benefits, room for advancement, and collaborative work environment, Capital Caring Health offers a rewarding experience to employees as one of the best places to work in healthcare.$106k-124k yearly est.1d ago
QA Live Coder
This job requires all applicants to be an RN and hold a valid ICD-10 certification as well as an valid OASIS certification. Prefer that applicants live on PST MST time zones, as some of the clients we serve are in Alaska. We will take into consideration EST applicants if you are willing to work at night. Experienced preffered.$72k-99k yearly est.1d ago
As the Coding Specialist, you will be responsible for the assignment of coding classifications and abstracting of patient encounters, including diagnostic and procedural information, significant reportable elements, and complications. Experience with clinical information systems to ensure the accuracy of diagnosis, procedure, patient demographics, and other required data elements is required. This is a remote position with experience in Clinic, ER, Inpatient, Outpatient and/or Professional services is preferred.
The Coding Specialist reports to the Director of Health Information Management. While working closely with all Health Information Management and Billing staff to ensure records are coded in a timely manner.
Competencies and certifications include, but are not limited to:
The Clinic Coding Specialist reports to the Director of Health Information Management. While working closely with all Health Information Management and Billing staff to ensure records are coded in a timely manner.
Coding Certification through American Health Information Management Association (AHIMA) or American Association of Professional Coders (AAPC) is required (RHIA, RHIT, CCS or CPC).
One year of Clinic CPT Coding experience is mandatory in Evaluation & Management (preferably in Rural Health Clinics).
Knowledge of NCCI Edits and Correct Coding Initiative
Appropriate use and knowledge of coding modifiers for CPT Coding
Strong interpersonal, written and verbal communication skills.
Basic Life Support Heartsaver (HS) level to be completed within three (3) months of hire.
Full Time: 40 hrs/wk
Days: 7:00am - 3:30pm$49k-62k yearly est.1d ago
Billing and Coding Specialist
Revecore is an innovative, technology-driven company that is committed to helping our clients, our employees, our company, and our communities thrive. With a 20+ year history, Revecore is the leading provider of revenue integrity and complex claims solutions for hospitals. Build strong, lasting relationships with Revecore personnel$34k-44k yearly est.1d ago
Senior Inpatient Facility Certified Medical Coder
As Senior Inpatient Facility Medical Coder$40k-46k yearly est.2d ago
Medical Coder/ Analyst (Hybrid)
# of Openings:
River's Edge Hospital
We have one full-time 1.0 (80 hours every two weeks) position available in our HIM department. This position is days, M-F.
Following initial training period, this position is eligible to transition to a hybrid home/office position.
Employees at River's Edge Hospital enjoy a traditional benefits package that includes medical, dental, vision, and life insurance. Other benefits include:
National Certification Bonus
PERA Public Retirement Association of Minnesota,, defined pension benefit plan, 457 Retirement plans
Employer paid parental leave
Flexible Spending & Health Savings Accounts
Employee referral bonus
On-site child care program available 24/7
Voluntary accident, critical illness and hospital indemnity
Employer paid short term disability
Tuition reimbursement and Student Loan Forgiveness
Free membership to LiveWell Fitness Center
Analyze clinical documentation; assign appropriate diagnosis, procedure, professional fee and level of service codes for inpatient and outpatient records utilizing ICD-10-CM, ICD-10-PCS and CPT-4 classification systems. Abstract codes and other clinical data into computer system. Validates charges on account. Resolve clinical documentation and charge capture discrepancies, providing feedback to providers on the quality of documentation and charging. Assists with departmental work flow by cross-training in other departmental duties.
This position is currently located onsite,but may be transitioned to a hybrid of working onsite and working from home.
High school diploma or equivalent.
Associate's degree, Registered Health Information Technician (RHIT), or successful completion of an independent study program plus credentials as a registered health information technician; OR successful completion of a Coding Specialist program with eligibility to sit for credentials examinations; Certification (RHIT, CCA, CCS, CCS-P, CPC, CIC, COC) preferred, or eligible for and willing to attain certification following hire.
Training in ICD-10-CM, ICD-10-PCS and CPT-4 coding, obtained through education or demonstrated equivalent skills obtained through work or training experience.
Thorough knowledge of medical terminology and anatomy, excellent reading comprehension and attention to detail.
Ability to identify/access, know, understand and apply federal and state regulations, third party payer guidelines and coding guidelines.
Skill in oral and written communication. Must be able to speak, read and write English. Knowledge in English grammar, spelling, punctuation, and proofreading.
Word processing, spreadsheet and computer keyboard skills. Experience or training in Microsoft Office programs, including Microsoft Word and Excel.
Ability to interact in polite, diplomatic manner with patients and their families, visitors, physicians and staff.
Ability to work independently, to organize/prioritize work, exercise creativity, be attentive to detail, demonstrate follow through skills and maintain a positive attitude.
$35k-42k yearly est.8d ago
HIM Coder II
Coding is critical for billing and reimbursement of services provided by Kaiser Foundation Health Plan of Washington providers and staff. Support the Kaiser Foundation Health Plan of Washington values of customer focus, accountability, innovation, excellence and integrity by actively participating in and contributing to improvements in team communications, work flow efficiencies, and enhancements to overall coding quality. Attend staff meetings and trainings as required by management which are held at various Kaiser Foundation Health Plan of Washington locations in the Puget Sound area.$39k-57k yearly est.4d ago
DRG Coder/Clinical Auditor - Remote
Our ranges may be modified at any time.Pay Range: $65,326 - $100,056A list of our benefit offerings can be found on our CorVel website: CorVel Careers | Opportunities in Risk Management About CERiSCERiS, a division of CorVel Corporation, a certified Great Place to Work Company, offers incremental value, experience, and a sincere dedication to our valued partners. Job Summary:CERiS in Fort Worth, Texas is seeking a DRG Coder/Clinical Auditor.$65.3k-100.1k yearly60d+ ago
Medical Coders - Outpatient/Clinics - Remote
Have you kept up with the changes in medical coding, outpatient clinics, and the healthcare industry in general? Are you proficient with ICD-10, CPT and HCPCS coding systems? Can you be efficient and effective while working from home?
We re Sutherland. We ve contracted with some of the country s largest and most expansive health systems to support their Clinics Medical Coding team.
You will analyze and interpret complex records in order to identify and accurately bill Clinic services. This will include assigning/sequencing billing codes in compliance with third party payor requirements and obtaining clarification when presented with conflicting or non-specific documentation, when necessary.
To qualify you must possess:
At least 2+ years of related coding experience within an outpatient clinical setting (injection/infusion experience is strongly preferred)
CPC or CCS-P certification
Effective communication, analytical and research skills with a keen attention to detail
A bachelor s degree, certification or equivalent
full time, work from home
positions that require a safe, secure and distraction-free work environment and excellent, stable, internet connectivity (we ll provide all equipment). In return, you ll enjoy:
Competitive compensation starting at $30/hour
Generous PTO; medical, dental, and vision benefits, EAP and 401K
Health and wellness programs
Cross-training opportunities with the ability to work on different projects and with different clients.
: This job is open only to residents of the United States, and you must be authorized to work in the US in order to be considered for employment.
At Sutherland, named a
Great Place to Work,
we care for our customers customers and help to strengthen their brands. We do this by improving how they work with their customers to deliver an extraordinary customer experience. In business for over 35 years, we are now nearly 40,000 employees strong and work with hundreds of companies in over 100 countries around the globe.
EEOC and Veteran Documentation
During employment, employees are treated without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, marital or veteran status, medical condition or handicap, or any other legally protected status.
At times, government agencies require periodic reports from employers on the sex, ethnicity, handicap, veteran and other protected status of employees. The purpose of this Administrative EEO Record is for statistical analysis only and is used to comply with government record keeping, reporting, and other legal requirements. Periodic reports are made to the government on the following information. The completion of the Administrative EEO record is optional. If you choose to volunteer the requested information, please note that all
Administrative EEO Records are kept in a Confidential File and are not part of your Application for Employment or Personnel file.
Please note: YOUR COOPERATION IS VOLUNTARY. INCLUSION OR EXCLUSION OF ANY DATA WILL NOT AFFECT ANY EMPLOYMENT DECISION.$30 hourly15d ago
Certified Medical Coder
Requirements Coder must be a current Certified Medical Coder(s), Certified Coding Specialists (CCS), Certified Coding Specialist(s)-Physician based (CCS-P), Certified Professional Coder(s) (CPC), Registered Health Information Administrator(s), (RHIA) and Registered Health Information Technician(s) (RHIT), coder must submit proof of current certification annually. Our client is currently seeking a Remote Certified Medical Coder (certified Outpatient, Inpatient, APV, Anesthesia & Specialized Medical Coders) to support their Federal Customers.$49k-69k yearly est.16d ago
Coder Educator Auditor HIMS Remote
Within Banner Health Corporate, you will have the opportunity to apply your unique experience and expertise in support of a nationally-recognized healthcare leader. Banner Health provides your equipment when hired. The Coder /Auditor will be responsible for providing audit support to the coding team to assure coding accuracy and timely feedback and education to the coding team. Great careers are built at Banner Health! Banner Health is currently seeking a **Acute Care Coder Auditor-Educator to support our multi-state Healthcare System. In fact, for the third time in four years, Truven Health Analytics has named Banner Health one of the Top 15 Health Systems in the U.S.-one of the top five large health systems! The **Banner Health Acute Care Coder Auditor-Educator Team** Members have expert OP and/or IP coding skills with ability to clearly and concisely summarize and defend audit findings. If you have deep compassion and a strong spirit of innovation, Banner Health is where you can make a dramatic difference in patient care - and the healthcare field.$31-45.3 hourly26d ago
Information Technology Portfolio Management - Financial
The Finance Management Professional is a key business support function for the Humana IT Team.$116k-152k yearly est.4d ago
Management Specialist 6 (IWR)
With 75 years in operation, CDM Smith currently has over 5,000 employees, has delivered over 150,0000 projects for over 20,000 clients in over 150 countries. CDM Smith is a global privately owned engineering and construction firm providing legendary client service and smart solutions in water, environment, transportation, energy, and facilities. CDM Smith is seeking to enhance our team to primarily support the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE), their districts, and their Field Operating Activities, especially, the Institute for Water Resources (IWR). CDM Smith - where amazing career journeys unfold.$89k-114k yearly est.33d ago
Contract Opportunity for Medical Coders- REMOTE
Job DescriptionLooking for a Medical Coding Contract Opportunities? We have 5 remote contract opportunities working within the Veterans Administration Healthcare System - Out-Patient Medical Coder - In- Patient Medical Coder - Surgery Coders - Pro Fee Coders - Auditors Key Skills and Experience: - Experienced Veteran Administration Medical Coder - 2 years of Veteran Administration Experience Required - Active credential/certification with AAPC or AHIMA If you meet the qualifications, are a coder, and have coded for the Veteran Administration, we want to hear from you! If interested, please send a letter of interest and qualifications to Shama@sierra7.com Company Description Sierra7 is a Small Disabled Veteran Owned Business. We were founded in 2009 with the mission of "Serving those who Serve". We recently received the DAV (Disabled American Veteran) award. Also, Sierra7 is ranked No. 457 out of 5,000 fastest growing private companies in America by Inc. Apply today and help us with our mission of "Serving those who Serve".Company DescriptionSierra7 is a Small Disabled Veteran Owned Business. We were founded in 2009 with the mission of "Serving those who Serve". We recently received the DAV (Disabled American Veteran) award. Also, Sierra7 is ranked No. 457 out of 5,000 fastest growing private companies in America by Inc. Apply today and help us with our mission of "Serving those who Serve".$41k-63k yearly est.Easy Apply16d ago
Certified Medical Coder
This position is for an in-person work at the Ashburn location but will consider remote work for the right person. The position is located at our administrative office in Ashburn, VA directly behind One Loudoun. Cirrus iNtegrated Practice Management (CiPM) is seeking a full-time Certified Medical Coder to join our growing team.$41k-63k yearly est.7d ago
Medical Records Clerk
Location : Location: US-VA-Dumfries Recruiter : Full Name: First Last: Mary Tulloch Direct phone number: 3147444139 Recruiter : Email: Mary_Tulloch@spectrumhealth.com Remote / Work from home available? Spectrum Healthcare Resources has an excellent opportunity for a civilian PRN Medical Records Clerk at Ft. Belvoir Military Base in Dumfires, VA.$31k-39k yearly est.41d ago
Medical Coding Training Specialist --REMOTE
The work of the Medical Coding Training Specialists involves, but is not limited to: significant use of computers; review of Federal laws, regulations, guidance, publications, and standards; review of industry guidelines, publications, and standards; analysis of medical coding audit data and findings; development and execution of training plans; design and development of training through storyboards and other methods to create training presentations; audience analysis; delivery of training through various communication methods; evaluation and recommendation on commercial coding training; evaluation and reporting of training projects; review of significant amounts of clinical documentation; and individual and group interaction with a wide variety of DHA audiences.
Education: a minimum of one of the following:
An associate's degree or higher in Health Information Management or Healthcare Administration or biological science; OR A university, college, or technical school certificate in medical coding; OR At least 30 semester hours' university/college credit of a grade of “C”, “Pass”, or better, that includes relevant coursework such as anatomy/physiology, medical terminology, health information management, and/or pharmacology; OR Successful completion of an American Academy of Professional Coders (AAPC) or American Health Information Management Association (AHIMA) online or in-person coding exam preparation course that includes medical terminology, anatomy and physiology, health information management concepts, and pharmacology; OR Successful completion of a training course beyond apprentice level for medical technicians, hospital corpsmen, medical service specialists, or hospital training, obtained in a training program given by the Armed Forces or the U.S. Maritime Service under close medical and professional supervision.
Advanced knowledge of the International Classification of Diseases, Clinical Modification (ICD-CM), and Procedural Coding System (PCS); Healthcare Common Procedure Coding System (HCPCS); and Current Procedural Terminology (CPT).
Advanced knowledge of reimbursement systems, including Prospective Payment System (PPS) and Diagnostic Related Groupings (DRGs); Ambulatory Payment Classifications (APCs); and Resource-Based Relative Value Scale (RBRVS).
Advanced knowledge of anatomy, physiology, disease processes, medical and surgical procedures, and medical terminology, including accepted medical abbreviations to perform the full scope of inpatient coding, including inpatient discharges, surgical cases, diagnostic studies and procedures, and inpatient professional services and facility encounters.
Advanced knowledge of medical coding processes, procedures, regulations, guidelines, and principles to complete routine and non-routine medical record examination and coding tasks.
Skill in examining and extracting written and numerical data from medical documentation, to draw conclusions and generate reports based on factual documentary evidence to apply appropriate codes and identify documentation inconsistencies.
Ability to utilize medical computer software programs to abstract, analyze, and/or evaluate clinical documentation and enter/edit diagnosis and procedure codes.
Ability to communicate clearly and effectively, verbally and in writing, problems, conclusions, and coding guidance to individuals and groups at a variety of levels; defining target audiences and tailoring communications and messaging to target audience.
Advanced ability to define target audiences and tailor communications and messaging to target audience.
Ability to develop new insights into situations and applies new solutions to problems, working with others to develop, test, and implement new ideas, innovations, and methods to continuously improve coding accuracy and clinical documentation.
Ability to perform numerical calculations necessary for analysis of data; identify, analyze, and interpret trends or patterns in complex data sets; scope and statistical sampling methodologies; and quality assurance and coding risk analysis concepts.
Advanced knowledge of medical specialties; medical diagnostic and therapeutic procedures; ancillary services (includes, but is not limited to, Dental, Laboratory, Occupational Therapy, Physical Therapy, and Radiology); and revenue cycle management concepts.
Thorough understanding of Government rules and regulations regarding medical coding, reimbursement guidelines, and healthcare fraud; commercial reimbursement guidelines and policies; coding audit principles and concepts, and potential areas of risk for fraud and abuse. Includes, but is not limited to: The Federal Register, Center for Medicare, and Medicaid Services (CMS) Local Coverage Determinations and National Coverage Determinations (LCD and NCD), National Correct Coding Initiative (NCCI) guidance, manual, and edits, Internet-Only Manuals (IOMs), and HHS-OIG publications and reports.
Intermediate knowledge of auditing concepts and principles.
Understand and interpret written material, including technical material, rules, regulations, instructions, reports, charts, graphs, or tables; applies what is learned from written material to specific situations.
Write in a clear, concise, organized, and convincing manner for the intended audience; use correct English grammar, punctuation, and spelling; communicate information (for example, facts, ideas, or messages) in a succinct and organized manner; produce written information, which may include technical material, that is appropriate for the intended audience.
Clearly express information (for example, ideas or facts) to individuals or groups effectively, taking into account the audience and nature of the information.
Practical knowledge and understanding of training concepts, methods and techniques.
Intermediate ability to leverage virtual technologies to effectively communicate with remote audiences.
Intermediate ability to assist with development of online training courses.
Advanced knowledge of revenue cycle management, training methods, clinical documentation improvement, and continuous process improvement processes.
Practical knowledge of project management concepts, business analysis, and CDM concepts and guidance, to include the National Uniform Billing Committee (NUBC) Official UB-04 Data Specifications Manual.
Practical knowledge of Current Dental Terminology (CDT).
Required Coding Certifications:
Medical Coding Training Specialists are required to possess a coding certification in good standing in each of the following categories:
Professional Services Coding Certifications:
ONE of the following recognized professional coding certifications: Registered Health Information Technician (RHIT); Registered Health Information Administrator (RHIA); Certified Professional Coder (CPC); or Certified Coding Specialist - Physician (CCS-P). Other professional coding certifications will be considered by the DHA-MCPB on a case-by-case basis.
Institutional (Facility) Coding Certifications:
ONE of the following recognized institutional coding certifications: Registered Health Information Technician (RHIT); Registered Health Information Administrator (RHIA); Certified Inpatient Coder (CIC), or Certified Coding Specialist (CCS). Other institutional coding certifications will be considered by the DHA-MCPB on a case-by-case basis.
NOTE: The AHIMA RHIT or RHIA credential may be counted towards either the professional services or institutional coding certification requirement, but not both unless the individual possesses the required institutional AND professional services experience for the specific position sought.
Clinical Documentation Improvement (CDI) Certifications:
REQUIRED ONE of the following recognized CDI certifications:
1) AAPC: AAPC Approved Instructor; Certified Documentation Expert Outpatient (CDEO); OR Certified Documentation Expert Inpatient (CDEI); OR
2) Association of Clinical Documentation Integrity Specialists (ACDIS): Certified Clinical Documentation Specialist (CCDS); OR Clinical Documentation Specialist - Outpatient (CCDS-O); OR
3) AHIMA: Certified Documentation Improvement Practitioner ((CDIP)
Evaluation and Management Auditing Certification:
National Alliance of Medical Auditing Specialists' (NAMAS) Certified Evaluation and Management Auditor (CEMA).
Additional Desirable or Preferred Coding Certifications:
Auditing Certifications: AAPC: Certified Professional Medical Coding Auditor (CPMA). Other medical coding auditing certifications will be considered by the DHA-MCPB on a case-by-case basis.
A minimum of ten years of medical coding and/or auditing experience in two or more medical, surgical, and ancillary specialties within the past 15 years, including at least 5 years of experience in an auditing, training, or compliance role, OR
A minimum of three years' auditing, training, or compliance experience within the last six years in a military coding environment.
When claiming medical coding experience, a minimum of one (1) year of performance in the specialty is required to be qualifying. Multiple specialties encompass different medical specialties (i.e., Family Practice, Pediatrics, Gastroenterology, OB/GYN, etc.) that utilize ICD, E&M, CPT, and HCPCS codes. Ancillary specialties (PT/OT, Radiology, Lab, Nutrition, etc.) that usually do NOT use E&M codes do not count as qualifying experience. Coding experience limited to making codes conform to specific payer requirements for the business office (insurance billing, accounts receivable) is not a qualifying factor.
When claiming training experience, training expertise must include identifying coding training opportunities, developing training plans and material, and instruction/delivery of the training to medical coder and clinical audiences.
Coding, auditing, and training exclusively for specialties such as home health, skilled nursing facilities, and rehabilitation care will not be considered as qualifying auditing experience.
When claiming compliance experience, compliance functions include identifying compliance issues and analyzing practice patterns and recommending changes to policies and procedures; recommending/updating standard policies and procedures; contribute to risk assessments and mitigation strategies; and data collection and statistical report generation.
Candidates must pass a pre-employment coding compliance test based on the required knowledge and experience with a score of 70% or better.
Travel (3-5% a year) may be required to Medical Treatment Facilities (MTF) or main government location.
Must meet the eligibility requirements for a security clearance (US citizenship is a requirement).
Proof of immunizations, including COVID vaccination, required.
FOR QUALIFIED CANDIDATES MEETING THE EXPERIENCE AND EDUCATION REQUIREMENTS BUT NOT POSSESSING THE REQUIRED CERTIFICATIONS, THE COMPANY MAY BE WILLING TO SPONSOR THE REQUIRED TRAINING/TESTING FOR CREDENTIALS. SIGNING AN AGREEMENT WITH COMMITMENT TERMS WOULD BE REQUIRED.
This contractor and subcontractor shall abide by the requirements of 41 CFR 60-1.4(a), 60-300.5(a) and 60-741.5(a). These regulations prohibit discrimination against qualified individuals based on their status as protected veterans or individuals with disabilities, and prohibit discrimination against all individuals based on their race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or national origin. Moreover, these regulations require that covered prime contractors and subcontractors take affirmative action to employ and advance in employment individuals without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability or veteran status.$41k-63k yearly est.6h ago
ROI Medical Records Specialist - Remote
Sharecare is the leading digital health company that helps people -- no matter where they are in their health journey -- unify and manage all their health in one place. + A minimum of 2 years prior experience in a medical records department or like setting preferred Driven by our philosophy that we are all together better, at Sharecare, we are committed to supporting each individual through the lens of their personal health and making high-quality care more accessible and affordable for everyone. + Work with privileged information in a conscientious manner while releasing medical records in an efficient, effective, and accurate manner.$29k-35k yearly est.56d ago
OCED Correspondence and Records Management Specialist
Job DescriptionWho we are... Management Solutions is a national award-winning management consulting firm that specializes in project execution, strategic consulting and change management.$34k-49k yearly est.16d ago
Full Time Health and Beauty Clerk
To perform this job successfully, an individual should have knowledge of HT Internet software; E-mail; Inventory software; Spreadsheet software and Word Processing software.$27k-36k yearly est.25d ago
Based on recent jobs postings on Zippia, the average salary in the U.S. for a Medical Records Manager is $75,232 per year or $36 per hour.
The highest paying Medical Records Manager jobs have a salary over $111,000 per year while the lowest paying Medical Records Manager jobs pay $50,000 per year
Updated May 31, 2023
Average Medical Records Manager Salary
4 Common Career Paths For a Medical Records Manager
Project managers oversee a specific project related to the organization's business. They manage the whole project from inception to evaluation. They initiate planning with involved departments, follow-through on the plans, ensure smooth execution of the plans, and evaluate the project for further improvements should these be needed. In line with this, project managers also ensure that the project is cost-efficient and well within the budget. They also manage the different work teams involved in the project and ensure that things are running smoothly on this aspect as well.
Managers are responsible for a specific department, function, or employee group. They oversee their assigned departments and all the employees under the department. Managers are responsible that the department they are handling is functioning well. They set the department goals and the steps they must take to achieve the goals. They are also in charge of assessing the performance of their departments and their employees. Additionally, managers are responsible for interviewing prospective candidates for department vacancies and assessing their fit to the needs of the department. Managers also set the general working environment in the department, and they are expected to ensure that their employees remain motivated.
A Health Information Manager is someone who processes and safeguards patient information records. A health facility needs to secure patient records as it is confidential. A health information manager creates and implements policies in recording and documenting patient records and retrieve them upon request of a physician for a diagnosis. The health information manager also ensures that all patient information acquired by the healthcare facility is stored securely, adhering to all state and federal laws concerning data privacy.
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Illustrated Career Paths For a Medical Records Manager