Job Details: Job Title: Inpatient Coder Location: Remote Shift/Schedule: Sat, Sun, Monday, Tues Pay Rate: $40-$45/Hr. Holiday Rate: $60-$67/hr. Hours Per Week : 40 Hours Per Day: 8 Days Per Week: 5 Start Date: 06/19/2023 Est. End Date: 09/03/2023 Duties: * Specialty: ED * 12 week with option to renew Please include the pre employment coding assessment in resume profile. INPATIENT Coders needed to work remotely Work is submitted by midnight each day Experience teaching (resident fellows) facility dealing with Transplant, Complex coding, Pulmonary, Cardiology, Neurology, No Burns or Trauma EPIC is a must CAC (Computer Asst. Coding) experience - experience with Optum is a must. Would like the Supplier to monitor the coders work to ensure their work is accurate. Workers will have their own equipment and set up to work remotely 40 hrs/week Needs to be a fast learner and have experience with complex cases. Opportunity to improve the DRG (Diagnostic Related Group) Training is done by the Manager during 30 minute overview via Live Meetings. Skills: Inpatient Coder provides inpatient coding utilizing ICD-10-CM and ICD-10 PCS Coding Classification systems. Utilizes an encoder and computer assisted coding software to achieve accuracy and thorough coding. Researches complex coding scenarios and queries physicians on documentation for clarification. This is inpatient coding position for an experienced, trained inpatient coder. An Inpatient Coder analyzes clinical documentation assign appropriate diagnosis, procedure, and, in some cases, abstract the codes and other clinical data. This information is then used to determine reimbursement levels, assess quality of care, study patterns of illness and injuries, compare healthcare data between facilities and between physicians, and meet regulatory and payer reporting requirements. Assist in the resolution of clinical documentation and provide feedback to providers on the quality of their documentation. Job Expectations: Code and abstract clinical and demographic data for inpatient admissions using standardized coding regulations, abstracting rules, and Fairview guidelines. Utilizes technical coding principals and/or MS-DRG/APR-DRG reimbursement expertise to assign appropriate ICD-10 Diagnoses/Procedures Identify and resolve clinical documentation and charge capture data discrepancies to improve quality of the clinical documentation, severity and reimbursement levels assigned, integrity of data reported. Assigns present on admission (POA) value for inpatient diagnoses and identifies non-payment conditions (HAC) and ensures correct reporting. Query providers for additional documentation according to established procedures and guidelines. Assist in education of multidisciplinary team members, including physicians, as it pertains to frequently changing mandated rules, regulations and guidelines. Evaluate, problem-solve issues and/or discrepancies, and recognize when additional information or documentation is required to accurately code records Maintains knowledge of, and complies with, all relevant laws, regulations, policies, procedures and standards. Actively participates in creating and implementing improvements. Performs other responsibilities as needed/assigned. Education: Required Education Certificate program in coding or Associate degree in HIM Experience One year of inpatient coding experience License/Certification/Registration One of the following: Certified Coding Specialist (CCS), Certified Professional Coder (CPC), Registered Health Information Technician (RHIT), Registered Health Information Administrator (RHIA) Preferred Education Registered Health Information Administrator (RHIA 4 year degree) or Registered Health Information Technician (RHIT 2 year degree) plus additional coding credential Experience Two or more years of inpatient coding experience License/Certification/Registration Registered Health Information Technician (RHIT), Registered Health Information Administrator (RHIA) Skills: Required * CODING Languages: English( Speak , Read , Write ) .