Company Name:
Post Acute Medical
Conducts the necessary tasks of the Health Information Management processes including but not limited to: record analysis, data abstraction and coding.
Education and Training: Registered Health Information Technician (RHIT) or Certified Coding Specialist (CCS) preferred. Extensive experience in performing the tasks listed may be substituted for the education. Specialized training in an approved Health Information Management Program. Education to include specialized health care subjects, i.e.; medical science, anatomy and physiology, medical terminology, CPT/HCPCS coding; ICD-9-CM coding preferred.
Experience: Previous ICD-9 coding experience preferred. Previous medical record experience for a minimum of one year required. Minimum of one year computer experience with various computer software applications.
Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:
Knowledge of ICD-9 coding
Knowledge of disease processes and medical terminology
Computer Skills to include multiple software applications such as Microsoft Word and Excel
Prompt and accurate data entry and abstracting skills
Prioritization skills
Excellent communication skills
Skill to initiate appropriate decision making
Ability to work independently and accurately
Ability to communicate with professional staff, patients, families, and the public
Ability to work cooperatively with clinical staff including physicians
Ability to accept and utilize advice and constructive criticism
Ability to accept responsibility
Ability to function under stress and maintain a positive attitude
ID: 2014-1767
Category: Health Information Management
Facility: Post Acute Specialty Hospital of Lafayette
Type: Regular Full-Time
Job Location: US-LA-Lafayette
# of Openings: 1

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