(This list may not include all of the duties assigned.)
1. Keeps current on CPT, ICD9 codes enforcement and maintains all document changes based upon them.
2. Gives feedback to and acts as a resource for coding department and providers.
3. Provides CPT and ICD9 reviews.
4. Responsible for coordinating charge sheet changes and modifications at the Clinic.
5. Assists with coding improvement measures to maximize reimbursement in A/R.
6. Works with all Clinic personnel to resolve coding issues.
7. Maintains master files, evaluates and develops improvements, fee ticket systems, serves as a reviewer of claims.
8. May provide training in the Coding department.
9. Provides exemplary customer service to patients and staff.
10. Participates in department quality improvement, clinic safety, infection control and hazardous materials programs and activities.
36 Hours Per Week
Minimum requirement graduation from High School or equivalent (some post secondary work preferred), four or more years prior coding experience and a Certification or Credential as a Procedure Coder. AAPC licensing preferred.