Are you a fit?

Are you someone that loves numbers? Do you enjoy codes? Are you someone that loves matching things? This is the job for you. A Medical Coder takes a deep dive into putting numerical codes on everything. They are matching up words to numbers. This job is important, because it is how Doctors get paid. A Medical Coder takes what the Dr said in their chart notes word for word to send that to the insurance and billing in codes.


To accurately assign a CPT code(s), HCPCS code(s), CPT-4 modifier(s), and all applicable ICD-10-CM codes to all assigned patient encounters and procedures in a timely manner.  To carefully review all tasks in the assigned billing queue and return appropriate coding to HPS in a timely manner.  To provide feedback on documentation opportunities to the Director of EHI and nursing administration as appropriate. To support quality efforts via coding for HCC/RAF, adding CPT-II code(s), and working to close HCC gaps on payer portals.

Typical Requirements: 

  1. Completion of high school or equivalent.
  2. Completion of course in health information management (claims analyst/medical biller/medical coding).
  3. Must have a working knowledge of CPT, CPT-II, CPT-4, HCPCS, and ICD-10-CM codes
  4. Organizational skills.
  5. Ability to communicate clearly, professionally, and courteously; effective listening, writing, spelling, and reading skills. Communication skills must support face-to-face, telephone, and written communication methods.
  6. Ability to follow oral and written instructions.
  7. Must have knowledge of medical terminology.
  8. Must have knowledge of human anatomy and physiology.
  9. Basic computer skills; familiarity with keyboard, 10-key, mouse, word processing, and basic Microsoft operating system functionality.
  10. Ability to work quickly and accurately.
  11. Ability to interact with coworkers and providers tactfully to be a team player.

Preferred Qualifications: 

  1. Completed educational program for medical coding.
  2. One year of experience coding in an ambulatory setting.
  3. Current coding certification; CCA, CCS-P, or CPC.
  4. Knowledge of office procedures, pathology, and medications.
  5. Knowledge of coding software.

Pay Ranges

Base Hourly: $24 per hour
Annual: $50000 – $75000

Education & Experience

High school diploma or equivalent
Est. Experience Required: 1 years

Educational Opportunities

No specific schooling required


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