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Medical Coding Specialist, Professional Fee - Remote Job Summary:   The Medical Coding Specialist, Professional Fee is responsible for accurately abstracting data into appropriate client electronic medical record systems, following the Official ICD-10-CM, CPT, and HCPCS Guidelines for Coding, AMA CPT Guidelines, Evaluation and Management Guidelines, and CMS directives. Performs data entry of required abstracted patient information into the client’s information system. Queries physicians when appropriate and interacts with Clinical Documentation staff as per account requirements. Maintains consistent coding accuracy rate of 95% or better while also meeting productivity standards.   Only resumes / CVs that reflect the requirements of this job will be considered.  To submit a general application, please use this link: www.intellisiq.com   ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:  - Assigns appropriate ICD-10-CM, E/M, CPT, HCPCS codes and modifiers to professional fee accounts as per designated workflow - Abstracts and enters coded data and/or charges for physician statistical and reporting requirements - May assign/validate professional fee level of service based upon either 95 or 97 Evaluation and Management Guidelines - Queries physicians to clarify conflicting, imprecise, incomplete, ambiguous, and/or inconsistent clinical information when appropriate - Communicates documentation improvement opportunities and coding issues to appropriate personnel for follow up and resolution - Communicates with Clinical Documentation Improvement and/or Revenue Cycle teams for follow up and reconciliation of accounts - Maintains required productivity and quality requirements - Maintains coding credential requirements   REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS: - Candidate must possess an approved AHIMA or AAPC coding credential - Minimum 2 years’ coding experience required; specialty experience may be preferred as per specific client needs  
ID
2021-1144
Category
Coding
Job Locations US
Medical Coding Integrity Specialist, Inpatient - Remote Job Summary:   The Medical Coding Integrity Specialist, Inpatient is responsible for completing quality assurance reviews on internal or external inpatient coding specialists.  This may also include onboarding audits and training of newly hired Intellis coding specialists.  This role is responsible for validating the coding specialist is accurately abstracting data into appropriate client electronic medical record systems, following the Official ICD-10-CM and ICD-10-PCS Guidelines for Coding, UHDDS guidelines, and CMS directives. Validates Present on Admission (POA) indicators according to AHA POA guidelines and identifies any missing or inappropriate queries to providers. The Coding Integrity Specialist also plays a key role in reporting quality results, tracking and trending of educational opportunities of the coding specialist, responding to client subject matter needs, and providing educational support and training. The Medical Coding Integrity Specialist is expected to maintain consistent coding auditing accuracy rate of 95% or better while also meeting agreed upon productivity standards.     Only resumes / CVs that reflect the requirements of this job will be considered.  To submit a general application, please use this link https://careers-intellisiq.icims.com.   ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:  - Complete all regularly scheduled quality assurance reviews for clients - Complete onboarding quality assurance reviews and training on all newly hired consultants - May perform training to newly hired coding consultants - Communicates quality issues to management as appropriate - Assist with identification of, drafting, implementation, and monitoring of quality improvement action plans for coding consultant - Maintain reports and accuracy rates for coding consultants and clients as appropriate - Respond to client QA needs at the direction of management - Provide coding consultants educational sessions on error trends as requested by management - Notifying management when there is a compliance concern or incident - Demonstrating knowledge of HIPAA Privacy and Security Regulations as evidenced by appropriate handling of patient information - Promoting confidentiality and using discretion when handling patient information - Attend educational conference calls - Provide coding support to the business as needed - Perform other duties as needed with the project - Maintains required productivity and quality requirements - Maintains coding credential requirements REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS: - Candidate must possess an approved AHIMA or AAPC coding credential - Minimum 5 years’ coding experience recommended; 3 years of inpatient coding in an acute care setting required - Recommend minimum 3 years of Trauma Level 1 and Academic Teaching facility experience - Minimum 2 years of auditing experience preferred - Must be proficient at ICD-10-PCS coding
ID
2021-1142
Category
Auditor
Job Locations US
Medical Coding Specialist, Professional Fee - Remote Job Summary:   The Medical Coding Specialist, Professional Fee is responsible for accurately abstracting data into appropriate client electronic medical record systems, following the Official ICD-10-CM, CPT, and HCPCS Guidelines for Coding, AMA CPT Guidelines, Evaluation and Management Guidelines, and CMS directives. Performs data entry of required abstracted patient information into the client’s information system. Queries physicians when appropriate and interacts with Clinical Documentation staff as per account requirements. Maintains consistent coding accuracy rate of 95% or better while also meeting productivity standards.   Only resumes / CVs that reflect the requirements of this job will be considered.  To submit a general application, please use this link: www.intellisiq.com   ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:  - Assigns appropriate ICD-10-CM, E/M, CPT, HCPCS codes and modifiers to professional fee accounts as per designated workflow - Abstracts and enters coded data and/or charges for physician statistical and reporting requirements - May assign/validate professional fee level of service based upon either 95 or 97 Evaluation and Management Guidelines - Queries physicians to clarify conflicting, imprecise, incomplete, ambiguous, and/or inconsistent clinical information when appropriate - Communicates documentation improvement opportunities and coding issues to appropriate personnel for follow up and resolution - Communicates with Clinical Documentation Improvement and/or Revenue Cycle teams for follow up and reconciliation of accounts - Maintains required productivity and quality requirements - Maintains coding credential requirements   REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS: - Candidate must possess an approved AHIMA or AAPC coding credential - Minimum 2 years’ coding experience required; specialty experience may be preferred as per specific client needs  
ID
2021-1139
Category
Coding
Job Locations US
Senior Medical Coding Specialist - Remote JOB SUMMARY:   The Senior Medical Coding Specialist is a high level coder with either ten (10) years or more of experience and/or expertise to code multiple patient types (including two or more of: Inpatient, Same Day Surgery, Interventional Radiology, Observation, Emergency Department, Ancillary, Clinic, Professional Fee, HCC, etc.) The Senior Medical Coding Specialist is responsible for accurately abstracting data into client electronic medical record systems, following the Official ICD-10-CM/PCS, CPT, E&M and HCPCS Guidelines for Coding, AMA CPT Guidelines, and CMS directives. Performs data entry of required abstracted patient information into the client’s information system. Queries physicians when appropriate and interacts with Clinical Documentation staff as per account requirements. The Senior Medical Coding Integrity Specialist is expected to maintain consistent coding auditing accuracy rate of 95% or better while also meeting agreed upon productivity standards.   Only resumes / CVs that reflect the requirements of this job will be considered.  To submit a general application, please use this link: www.intellisiq.com   ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:  - Assigns appropriate ICD-10-CM, CPT, HCPCS codes and modifiers to appropriate patient type as per designated workflow - Abstracts and enters coded data and/or charges for hospital statistical and reporting requirements - Queries physicians to clarify conflicting, imprecise, incomplete, ambiguous, and/or inconsistent clinical when appropriate - Communicates with Clinical Documentation Improvement and/or Revenue Cycle teams for follow up and reconciliation of accounts - May perform training to newly hired coding consultants - Communicates quality issues to management as appropriate - Demonstrating knowledge of HIPAA Privacy and Security Regulations as evidenced by appropriate handling of patient information - Maintains required productivity and quality requirements - Maintains coding credential requirements REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS: - Candidate must possess an approved AHIMA or AAPC coding credential - Minimum 10 years’ coding experience or multiple patient types in acute care setting required Inpatient, Same Day Surgery, Interventional Radiology, Observation, Emergency Department, Ancillary, Clinic, Professional Fee, HCC, etc. - Must be proficient at ICD-10-PCS coding for Inpatient - Minimum of 2 years of remote experience required
ID
2021-1137
Category
Coding
Job Locations US
***Now offering a SIGN-ON BONUS to be paid in the amount of $7,500 for full time Inpatient Medical Coding Specialist. Bonus will be offered for a limited time, with selected client accounts, be sure to inquire during your first interview.***   Medical Coding Specialist, Inpatient - Remote  JOB SUMMARY:     The Medical Coding Specialist, Inpatient is responsible for accurately abstracting data into appropriate client electronic medical record systems, following the Official ICD-10-CM and ICD-10-PCS Guidelines for Coding, UHDDS guidelines, and CMS directives. Performs data entry of required abstracted patient information into the client’s information system. Assigns Present on Admission (POA) indicators according to AHA POA guidelines. Queries physicians when appropriate and interacts with Clinical Documentation staff as per account requirements. Maintains consistent coding accuracy rate of 95% or better while also meeting productivity standards.   Only resumes / CVs that reflect the requirements of this job will be considered. To submit a general application, please use this link: www.intellisiq.com/jobs   ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:   - Assigns appropriate ICD-10-CM/PCS codes to inpatient accounts as per designated workflow  - Abstracts and enters coded data for hospital statistical and reporting requirements  - Assigns present on admission indicators and discharge dispositions  - Queries physicians to clarify conflicting, imprecise, incomplete, ambiguous, and/or inconsistent clinical information when appropriate  - Communicates documentation improvement opportunities and coding issues to appropriate personnel for follow up and resolution  - Communicates with Clinical Documentation Improvement and/or Revenue Cycle teams for follow up and reconciliation of accounts  - Maintains required productivity and quality requirements  - Maintains coding credential requirements    REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS:  - Candidate must possess an approved AHIMA or AAPC coding credential  - Minimum 5 years’ coding experience recommended; 3 years of inpatient coding in an acute care setting required  - Recommend minimum 3 years of Trauma Level 1 and Academic Teaching facility experience  - Minimum 2 years of auditing experience preferred  - Must be proficient at ICD-10-PCS coding 
ID
2021-1135
Category
Inpatient
Job Locations US
***Now offering a SIGN-ON BONUS to be paid in the amount of $7,500 for full time Inpatient Medical Coding Specialist. Bonus will be offered for a limited time, with selected client accounts, be sure to inquire during your first interview.***   Medical Coding Specialist, Inpatient - Remote  JOB SUMMARY:     The Medical Coding Specialist, Inpatient is responsible for accurately abstracting data into appropriate client electronic medical record systems, following the Official ICD-10-CM and ICD-10-PCS Guidelines for Coding, UHDDS guidelines, and CMS directives. Performs data entry of required abstracted patient information into the client’s information system. Assigns Present on Admission (POA) indicators according to AHA POA guidelines. Queries physicians when appropriate and interacts with Clinical Documentation staff as per account requirements. Maintains consistent coding accuracy rate of 95% or better while also meeting productivity standards.   Only resumes / CVs that reflect the requirements of this job will be considered. To submit a general application, please use this link: www.intellisiq.com/jobs   ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:   - Assigns appropriate ICD-10-CM/PCS codes to inpatient accounts as per designated workflow  - Abstracts and enters coded data for hospital statistical and reporting requirements  - Assigns present on admission indicators and discharge dispositions  - Queries physicians to clarify conflicting, imprecise, incomplete, ambiguous, and/or inconsistent clinical information when appropriate  - Communicates documentation improvement opportunities and coding issues to appropriate personnel for follow up and resolution  - Communicates with Clinical Documentation Improvement and/or Revenue Cycle teams for follow up and reconciliation of accounts  - Maintains required productivity and quality requirements  - Maintains coding credential requirements    REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS:  - Candidate must possess an approved AHIMA or AAPC coding credential  - Minimum 5 years’ coding experience recommended; 3 years of inpatient coding in an acute care setting required  - Recommend minimum 3 years of Trauma Level 1 and Academic Teaching facility experience  - Minimum 2 years of auditing experience preferred  - Must be proficient at ICD-10-PCS coding 
ID
2021-1134
Category
Inpatient
Job Locations US
Revenue Cycle Claims Edit Specialist - Remote  JOB SUMMARY:     The Revenue Cycle Claims Edit Specialist position is responsible for resolving claim edits and rejections for multiple specialties. These types of denials and rejections will contain NCCI, OCE, Medical Necessity LDC/NCD and diagnosis code rejections. Other types of billing edits may be included.  Responsibilities will include assigning codes and modifiers with ICD-10-CM, CPT and HCPCS Level II Codes. The Claims Edit Specialist is expected to maintain consistent accuracy rate of 90% or better while also meeting agreed upon productivity standards.    Only resumes / CVs that reflect the requirements of this job will be considered.  To submit a general application, please use this link: www.intellisiq.com   ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:   - Reconcile held claims or follow up on edits by correcting and resubmitting claim. Verify that all worked claims have been sent to the payor within deadline  - Responsible for all claim edits from various payors and vendors. Send edits to Account Managers and supervisors as necessary for correction  - Identify and report major edit issues  - Assist in identifying problems and resolution thereof. Identify opportunities to reduce denials and increase payment  - Communicates quality issues to management as appropriate Notifies management when there is a compliance concern or incident  - Demonstrates knowledge of HIPAA Privacy and Security Regulations as evidenced by appropriate handling of patient information  - Promotes confidentiality and using discretion when handling patient information  - Attends educational conference calls  - Provides additional support to the business as needed  - Maintains required productivity and quality requirements  - Maintains coding credential requirements  REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS: - Candidate must possess an approved AHIMA or AAPC coding credential  - Minimum 2 years of claims edit/billing experience required; light rev cycle experience is preferred  - Minimum 2 years’ coding experience preferred  - Must have up to date knowledge of third-party rules and regulations  - Specific client systems experience may be preferred as per client needs 
ID
2021-1133
Category
Coding
Job Locations US
***Now offering a SIGN-ON BONUS to be paid in the amount of $7,500 for full time Inpatient Medical Coding Specialist. Bonus will be offered for a limited time, with selected client accounts, be sure to inquire during your first interview.***     Medical Coding Specialist, Inpatient - Remote  JOB SUMMARY:     The Medical Coding Specialist, Inpatient is responsible for accurately abstracting data into appropriate client electronic medical record systems, following the Official ICD-10-CM and ICD-10-PCS Guidelines for Coding, UHDDS guidelines, and CMS directives. Performs data entry of required abstracted patient information into the client’s information system. Assigns Present on Admission (POA) indicators according to AHA POA guidelines. Queries physicians when appropriate and interacts with Clinical Documentation staff as per account requirements. Maintains consistent coding accuracy rate of 95% or better while also meeting productivity standards.   Only resumes / CVs that reflect the requirements of this job will be considered. To submit a general application, please use this link: www.intellisiq.com/jobs   ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:   - Assigns appropriate ICD-10-CM/PCS codes to inpatient accounts as per designated workflow  - Abstracts and enters coded data for hospital statistical and reporting requirements  - Assigns present on admission indicators and discharge dispositions  - Queries physicians to clarify conflicting, imprecise, incomplete, ambiguous, and/or inconsistent clinical information when appropriate  - Communicates documentation improvement opportunities and coding issues to appropriate personnel for follow up and resolution  - Communicates with Clinical Documentation Improvement and/or Revenue Cycle teams for follow up and reconciliation of accounts  - Maintains required productivity and quality requirements  - Maintains coding credential requirements    REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS:  - Candidate must possess an approved AHIMA or AAPC coding credential  - Minimum 5 years’ coding experience recommended; 3 years of inpatient coding in an acute care setting required  - Recommend minimum 3 years of Trauma Level 1 and Academic Teaching facility experience  - Minimum 2 years of auditing experience preferred  - Must be proficient at ICD-10-PCS coding 
ID
2021-1129
Category
Inpatient
Job Locations US
The Medical Coding Specialist, Outpatient Surgery - Remote JOB SUMMARY:     The Medical Coding Specialist, Outpatient Surgery is responsible for accurately abstracting data into appropriate client electronic medical record systems, following the Official ICD-10-CM, CPT, and HCPCS Guidelines for Coding, AMA CPT Guidelines, and CMS directives. Performs data entry of required abstracted patient information into the client’s information system. Queries physicians when appropriate and interacts with Clinical Documentation staff as per account requirements. Maintains consistent coding accuracy rate of 95% or better while also meeting productivity standards.   Only resumes / CVs that reflect the requirements of this job will be considered. To submit a general application, please use this link: www.intellisiq.com/jobs   ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:   - Assigns appropriate ICD-10-CM, CPT, HCPCS codes and modifiers to outpatient surgery accounts as per designated workflow  - Abstracts and enters coded data and/or charges for hospital statistical and reporting requirements  - Queries physicians to clarify conflicting, imprecise, incomplete, ambiguous, and/or inconsistent clinical information when appropriate  - Communicates documentation improvement opportunities and coding issues to appropriate personnel for follow up and resolution  - Communicates with Clinical Documentation Improvement and/or Revenue Cycle teams for follow up and reconciliation of accounts  - Maintains required productivity and quality requirements  - Maintains coding credential requirements  REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS:  - Candidate must possess an approved AHIMA or AAPC coding credential  - Minimum 3 years’ coding experience required, Trauma Level 1 and Academic Teaching facility experience preferred 
ID
2021-1128
Category
Outpatient
Job Locations US
The Medical Coding Specialist, Outpatient Surgery - Remote JOB SUMMARY:     The Medical Coding Specialist, Outpatient Surgery is responsible for accurately abstracting data into appropriate client electronic medical record systems, following the Official ICD-10-CM, CPT, and HCPCS Guidelines for Coding, AMA CPT Guidelines, and CMS directives. Performs data entry of required abstracted patient information into the client’s information system. Queries physicians when appropriate and interacts with Clinical Documentation staff as per account requirements. Maintains consistent coding accuracy rate of 95% or better while also meeting productivity standards.   Only resumes / CVs that reflect the requirements of this job will be considered. To submit a general application, please use this link: www.intellisiq.com/jobs   ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:   - Assigns appropriate ICD-10-CM, CPT, HCPCS codes and modifiers to outpatient surgery accounts as per designated workflow  - Abstracts and enters coded data and/or charges for hospital statistical and reporting requirements  - Queries physicians to clarify conflicting, imprecise, incomplete, ambiguous, and/or inconsistent clinical information when appropriate  - Communicates documentation improvement opportunities and coding issues to appropriate personnel for follow up and resolution  - Communicates with Clinical Documentation Improvement and/or Revenue Cycle teams for follow up and reconciliation of accounts  - Maintains required productivity and quality requirements  - Maintains coding credential requirements  REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS:  - Candidate must possess an approved AHIMA or AAPC coding credential  - Minimum 3 years’ coding experience required, Trauma Level 1 and Academic Teaching facility experience preferred 
ID
2021-1127
Category
Outpatient
Job Locations US-NM-Roswell
Clinical Documentation Integrity Specialist JOB SUMMARY:   The Clinical Documentation Integrity Specialist will provide timely reviews of patient medical records to ensure accurate and complete documentation to reflect the patient’s severity and complexity of illness. The clinical documentation consultant is expected to work with providers and coders to ensure that documentation on the chart reflects the complexity of the patient. The ability to educate and interact with providers is essential.   Only resumes / CVs that reflect the requirements of this job will be considered. To submit a general application, please use this link: www.intellisiq.com/jobs   ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: - Review medical records as assigned for complete and accurate documentation of all relevant diagnoses and procedures - Initiate and complete queries as necessary to reflect accurate data regarding the patient’s inpatient or outpatient visit - Adhere to guidelines as set forth by ACDIS, AAPC, and AHIMA - Maintain strict confidentiality of all patient information in accordance with HIPAA - Demonstrate understanding of the business of healthcare: DRG payer issues, audit risks, documentation opportunities, quality metrics, hierarchical condition categories - Work closely with the client, co-workers and management to meet the specific needs of each assignment in alignment with Intellis’ core values - Effectively utilize computer software based on the specific client requirements REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS: - Current RN license or graduate of medical school with 5+ years of acute care experience - CCDS or CDIP certification - 3+ years of clinical documentation experience - Strong analytical skills to clinically evaluate the medical record - Ability to use a PC for medical record review along with proficiency utilizing Microsoft products (Excel, Word, Outlook) - Ability to communicate effectively with Intellis management and clients  
ID
2021-1110
Category
CDI
Job Locations US-TX-Laredo
Clinical Documentation Integrity Specialist - Traveling JOB SUMMARY:   The Clinical Documentation Integrity Specialist will provide timely reviews of patient medical records to ensure accurate and complete documentation to reflect the patient’s severity and complexity of illness. The clinical documentation consultant is expected to work with providers and coders to ensure that documentation on the chart reflects the complexity of the patient. The ability to educate and interact with providers is essential.   Only resumes / CVs that reflect the requirements of this job will be considered. To submit a general application, please use this link: www.intellisiq.com/jobs   ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: - Review medical records as assigned for complete and accurate documentation of all relevant diagnoses and procedures - Initiate and complete queries as necessary to reflect accurate data regarding the patient’s inpatient or outpatient visit - Adhere to guidelines as set forth by ACDIS, AAPC, and AHIMA - Maintain strict confidentiality of all patient information in accordance with HIPAA - Demonstrate understanding of the business of healthcare: DRG payer issues, audit risks, documentation opportunities, quality metrics, hierarchical condition categories - Work closely with the client, co-workers and management to meet the specific needs of each assignment in alignment with Intellis’ core values - Effectively utilize computer software based on the specific client requirements REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS: - Current RN license or graduate of medical school with 5+ years of acute care experience - CCDS or CDIP certification - 5 years of clinical documentation experience - Strong analytical skills to clinically evaluate the medical record - Ability to use a PC for medical record review along with proficiency utilizing Microsoft products (Excel, Word, Outlook) - Ability to communicate effectively with Intellis management and clients
ID
2021-1056
Category
CDI