Title
Coder II - Inpatient
Location
Florida
Salary
Competitive
Experience
CCS required, RHIT or RHIA required

Comments

The Greater Orlando region consists of Orange, Osceola, Seminole and Lake Counties, with the city itself lying in central Orange County. Disney's theme parks are in Kissimmee, about 20 miles southwest of downtown Orlando, while the Universal Studios complex and SeaWorld both sit along International Drive, just minutes from downtown. Both major attraction areas are located right next to Interstate-4 for easy driving access. East Orlando is home to Winter Park, an upscale shopping and dining area, and the University of Central Florida, home of the Golden Knights. The downtown area features museums, dining and nightlife that stands up to any in the country.

Our 250 bed, acute care facility offer a wide range of state-of-the-art medical services designed for prevention or early detection of healthcare problems. Our hospital is home to the only open-heart surgical program in the County. In addition, we offer a comprehensive range of services; full line of non-invasive cardiology testing, 24 hour emergency department , outpatient surgery, skilled nursing unit, wound care and hyperbaric medicine department, sleep lab, and pediatrics. Whatever your healthcare needs might be our hospital has the resources to provide the finest care for you and your family.

We are seeking an experienced Coder. Must be CCS required, RHIT or RHIA required. This is a Full-time Day position. Must have a minimum of 3 years experience acute care coding and/or DRG auditing. Thorough knowledge of medical records, medical terminology, anatomy, physiology, and coding.
The Sr. Coder is responsible for complete and accurate assignment of ICD-9-CM and CPT codes in accordance with current internal and external coding guidelines. The Sr. Coder will abstract clinical, demographic and quality information from medical records for statistical, indexing and third party payor reimbursement purposes. The Sr. Coder supports Coding Supervisor’s auditing, reporting and educational functions as appropriate.
The Sr. Coder exhibits an excellent working knowledge of Diagnostic Related Groups, sequencing of procedure and diagnosis codes and selection of Principal diagnosis and procedure codes in addition to an understanding of Peer Review Organization quality initiatives and Medicare reimbursement guidelines.
Qualifications
• RHIT, RHIA or CCS
• Minimum of 3 years experience acute care coding and/or DRG auditing.

We offer a great place to work, competitive salary and excellent benefits:
Medical and Dental Insurance, Paid Time Off Plan, Extended Illness Bank, Long Term and Short Term Disability, 401k.


Contact Us
jobs@alexandergroup.us