Norton Healthcare

  • Louisville, KY, United States
Norton Healthcare Louisville, KY, USA
Responsibilities Evaluates coding based on Coding Guidelines. Reviews records for all care settings. Identifies high volume, high risk coding, and reimbursement and quality problems. Responsible for accurate assessment, analysis and summary of findings for coding validation. Provide auditing and feedback that is incorporated into training education programs. **This position has the opportunity to work from home. You may be asked to complete training at a Norton Healthcare facility or be able to come to a Norton Healthcare facility for business purposes. Employees in this role must reside in Kentucky or Indiana** Qualifications Required: One year coding in healthcare setting One of: CCA or CCS or CPC Desired: Diploma Certified Coding Associate OR Certified Coding Specialist OR Certified Professional Coder #J-18808-Ljbffr

Norton Healthcare Louisville, KY, USA
Responsibilities The Coder I reviews, analyzes and codes diagnostic and procedural information using ICD-10-CM diagnosis and procedures and CPT coding for reimbursement. Assign and sequence ICD-10-CM/CPT codes by applying regulatory coding guidelines. Apply advanced knowledge of disease processes to assign codes for conditions and procedures not listed in the indexes of coding books. Follow appropriate guidelines and policies to code accurately from physician documentation within the medical record. Queries physicians for diagnoses or missing/ambiguous information for accurate coding. Apply organizational documentation policies and procedures in conjunction with official coding guidelines. Applies knowledge of coding and Prospective Payment System and Medical Necessity guidelines for ethical and optimal reimbursement. Competent to accurately code and abstract all 23-hour observations, same day surgery, emergency room and/or clinic records in a consistent, accurate and timely...