MEDICAL RECORDS CODER 3 (REQ# 3020)
Work Hours: 8
$30.61 - $32.49/hr and up, depending on experience; PLUS shift differentials
Health/Dental/Vision Insurance, $2,000 annual Health Reimbursement Account, Generous Paid Time Off/Vacation Time and Sick Time, 8 Paid Holidays Per Year, Health & Wellness Reimbursement, Annual Retention Bonus, 403b Retirement Plan, Company Sponsored Life Insurance, Student Loan Forgiveness, Tuition Reimbursement, Bereavement Leave, In-House Workout Facility and much more!
The Medical Records Coder 3 reviews the contents of outpatient, inpatient and Long Term Care records identifying appropriate ICD-10-CM, ICD-10-PCS, HCPC II and CPT codes to the highest specificity using appropriate coding guidelines, thus ensuring all coded records meet SPH, State and Federal requirements. Ambulatory, outpatient, inpatient and Long Term Care coding is performed in a timely and accurate manner to meet ethical standards, compliance audits , and appropriate statistical and disease indices data collection requirements.
NATURE AND SCOPE:
This position reports directly to the HIM Manager. The Medical Records Coder 3 is in contact with a variety of people throughout the normal course of a day. The Medical Records Coder 3 performs duties in support of the hospital mission and in accordance with established departmental and facility policies.
EDUCATION, KNOWLEDGE AND EXPERIENCE:
- A two-year Associate of Applied Science degree or completion of the AHIMA independent study programs is preferred.
- Must possess RHIT, RHIA, CIC or CCS. A minimum of two years coding experience in an acute care hospital setting. Possess in-depth knowledge of coding/classification systems appropriate for inpatient and outpatient services. These include, but are not limited to, diagnostic medicine, emergency room, outpatient surgery, observation, general medicine/surgery, dental, orthopedics, obstetrics and newborn.
- Must possess excellent written and oral communication skills. Incumbent must also be able to manage multiple concurrent tasks with exceptional organizational skills. The position requires keyboarding skills, and knowledge of various computer applications including, but not limited to: word processing, spreadsheets, databases and graphic presentation software. Must be able to operate general office machines including personal computer, FAX machine and photocopier.
The HIM department is a support service of SPH whose primary purpose is to contribute to the quality of patient care through the development and maintenance of a comprehensive, centralized health information system.
South Peninsula Hospital is a 22 bed critical access hospital (CAH) located on the southern end of the Kenai Peninsula. There is a 28 bed long term care facility attached to the hospital.
We offer highly competitive wages and benefits including: health/dental/vision/life insurance, 403b retirement plan, health and wellness reimbursement, loan forgiveness, generous paid leave and relocation bonus (for applicable applicants). Apply today!
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