Professional Multi-Specialty E/M Coding Specialist
Aviacode is currently hiring for remote credentialed medical coding specialists with at least 3 years’ experience coding in addition to any formal training. If you are a successful medical coding professional that will bring a wealth of experience to our team, apply today. This role a full time remote US position. Coder must be able to work 7:30 am- 4 Arizona Time fluctuating between PST and MST.
This position will provide high quality ICD-10, E/M coding for a multi-specialty client. Coders will be responsible for reviewing the documentation and identifying and abstracting appropriate CPT, ICD-10 and HCPCS codes. Work will be completed virtually and must be of high quality maintaining a 95% accuracy rate. Coder will access multiple EMR’s for various providers. Coder will communicate using IM with the client through out the day.
- CPC or equivalent through the AAPC or AHIMA
- CEMC preferred, but not required
- Must have at least 3 years of active multispecialty E/M experience
- Must include coding of in-office E/M services and procedures across multiple specialties)
- Must reside in the US
- Equipment will be provided
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