Responsible for serving as coding liaison to the organization and providing a variety of analytical and educational functions to the Coding Department, providers and clinical operations. These functions would include, however, not limited to new provider onboarding, new coder onboarding, just in time education of providers and coders, audits, review of denials and assessment/revision of educational materials. Assists with establishing compliant documentation practices and guidelines. Creates presentation materials for delivery to a variety of audiences. Assists with technological support systems to include education around new process and functionality as well as maintenance of those systems.
Must be a high school graduate or equivalent of GED. Associate's degree preferred in Health Information Technology (RHIT) or other health care related field.
Licensure and Certifications
AHIMA Credential of RHIT, RHIA, CCS, CDIP, or CCDS; or AAPC credential of CPC required.
5 years progressive coding/clinical documentation experience or 5 years experience in compliance, auditing or consulting.
Must have good verbal, written and computer communication skills. Must demonstrate the ability to be detail-oriented and perform tasks at a high rate of accuracy. Must be able to work independently. Must be able to research different resources to create formalized education plans for coders/clinical documentation specialists. Must be able to correspond/communicate effectively with different audiences within the health system. Must have the ability to organize work and manage time effectively.
Location: Parkview Health · Hospital Coding
Schedule: Full Time Benefit Eligible, Days, 8-4:30