Piedmont Healthcare

  • Atlanta, GA, United States
Piedmont Healthcare
Piedmont Healthcare Atlanta, GA, USA
Description: RESPONSIBLE FOR: Reviews, analyzes, and codes medical record documentation to include, but not limited to, medical, diagnostic, and procedural information for the correct ICD-10, CPT and/or HCPCS codes to the greatest specificity. Abstracts demographic and coding information into the information system accurately and completely. Reviews documentation for medical necessity. Audits orders and claims before submission for accuracy and to minimize claim denials. Assesses records and prepares reports. Provides technical guidance to physicians and other departmental staff in identifying and resolving issues or errors. Develops effective working relationships with physicians and other stakeholders. Primary coding responsibility is all Evaluation and Management (E/M) leveling along with additional ancillary services done in an office setting. Qualifications: MINIMUM EDUCATION REQUIRED: High school diploma or equivalent required. MINIMUM EXPERIENCE REQUIRED:...

Piedmont Healthcare Atlanta, GA, USA
Description: RESPONSIBLE FOR: Reviews, analyzes, and codes medical record documentation to include, but not limited to, medical diagnostic and complex procedural information for general surgical specialties for the correct ICD-10, CPT and/or HCPCS codes to the greatest specificity. Abstracts demographic and coding information into the information system accurately and completely. Reviews documentation for medical necessity. Audits orders and claims before submission for entirety and accuracy and to minimize claim denials. Assesses records and prepares reports. Provides technical guidance to physicians and other departmental staff in identifying and resolving issues or errors. Develops effective working relationship with physicians and other stakeholders. Primary coding responsibility is diagnostic and complex procedural and surgery coding. Qualifications: MINIMUM EDUCATION REQUIRED: High school diploma or equivalent required. MINIMUM EXPERIENCE REQUIRED: Coding...

Piedmont Healthcare Atlanta, GA, USA
Description: RESPONSIBLE FOR: Responsible for primary diagnosis and complex procedural coding for designated hospital service lines. The Specialty Coder focuses work efforts on review of detailed physician documentation within the medical record and accurate ICD-10 and/or CPT code assignments. Primary coding responsibility is Inpatient or Outpatient accounts identified as high priority accounts. Types of accounts may include Cardiovascular, Transplant, Invasive GI, Orthopedic Spinal, and Interventional Radiology- Vascular and Cardiology. Qualifications: MINIMUM EDUCATION REQUIRED: High school diploma or equivalent required. MINIMUM EXPERIENCE REQUIRED: Three (3) years of coding experience required for Inpatient or Interventional Radiology specialties. MINIMUM LICENSURE/CERTIFICATION REQUIRED BY LAW: None. ADDITIONAL QUALIFICATIONS: One or more certifications required - RHIA, RHIT, CCS, CCA, CCS-P, CPC, CPC-A, CPC-H. Coding Certificate program (AHIMA accredited)...

Piedmont Healthcare Atlanta, GA, USA
Description: RESPONSIBLE FOR: Reviews, analyzes, and assigns codes based on appropriate coding guidelines and criteria for outpatient medical record documentation to include, but not limited to: medical, diagnostic and surgical documentation for assignment of the correct ICD-10-CM and /or CPT-4 HCPCS codes. Primary coding responsibility is Outpatient Surgery, Wound Care and Observation. Qualifications: MINIMUM EDUCATION REQUIRED: High school diploma or equivalent required. MINIMUM EXPERIENCE REQUIRED: Coding experience required. MINIMUM LICENSURE/CERTIFICATION REQUIRED BY LAW: None. ADDITIONAL QUALIFICATIONS: One or more certifications required - RHIA, RHIT, CCS, CCA, CCS-P, CPC, CPC-A, CPC-H. Coding Certificate program (AHIMA accredited) preferred. Experience in coding at a multi-facility organization and remote coding experience is a plus. #LI-POST #GD

Piedmont Healthcare Atlanta, GA, USA
Description: RESPONSIBLE FOR: Reviews, analyzes, and assigns codes based on appropriate coding guidelines and criteria for outpatient medical record documentation to include, but not limited to: medical, diagnostic and procedural information for the correct ICD-10-CM and /or CPT-4 HCPCS codes. Primary coding responsibility is Diagnostic/Clinical, Emergency Room, Recurring and Specimen patient types. Qualifications: MINIMUM EDUCATION REQUIRED: High school diploma or equivalent required. MINIMUM EXPERIENCE REQUIRED: None. MINIMUM LICENSURE/CERTIFICATION REQUIRED BY LAW: None. ADDITIONAL QUALIFICATIONS: One or more certifications required - RHIA, RHIT, CCS, CCA, CCS-P, CPC, CPC-A, CPC-H. Coding experience preferred. Coding Certificate program (AHIMA accredited) preferred. Experience in coding at a multi-facility organization and remote coding experience is a plus. LI-POST #GD