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Casey in Flint, Michigan

86 months ago

I have a year and a half of inpatient coding experience and have my RHIT credential, as well as 9 years of transcription experience. I'm looking for a part-time remote coding opportunity.

Thanks!
Casey

TyrellBrack in Weldon, North Carolina

86 months ago

I need a jod ASAP

Edith in Dallas, Texas

85 months ago

I am a certified coder interested in a coding opportunity. I will be happy to send my resume for your review.

concal in charleston, South Carolina said: I have part time positions available for remote diagnostic coding. You work as much or as little as you want - all you need is internet access. Pay is $20/hour. Please contact me if interested.
ccalvert@outcomesinc.com

Cynthia Farrell in Aurora, Colorado

84 months ago

concal in charleston, South Carolina said: I have part time positions available for remote diagnostic coding. You work as much or as little as you want - all you need is internet access. Pay is $20/hour. Please contact me if interested.
ccalvert@outcomesinc.com

I live in Aurora Colorado, I have 28 years Coding Experience, 16 of those years in Outpatient coding. I'm interested in a Part Time Job. I do not have Credintials just lots of Experience. I'm currently the Lead Outpatient coder at Medical Center of Aurora. Thank you for your time.

Marcia in Concord, North Carolina

84 months ago

I am a certified coder with 3 years of experience of emergency room coding. I have also done remote coding.

2008PRNCoder CPC in MADISON

83 months ago

I am seeking part time remote coding overflow work in Radiology. I am currently coding for two billing companies PRN and overflow work. Experienced in Alife, Coderyte and other programs. email me at coderharmon@yahoo.com

Audrey Sandoz in Elizabeth, New Jersey

83 months ago

concal in charleston, South Carolina said: I have part time positions available for remote diagnostic coding. You work as much or as little as you want - all you need is internet access. Pay is $20/hour. Please contact me if interested.
ccalvert@outcomesinc.com

Yes, i would like more information on this job. I`m currently employed partime with medassurant an on site reviewer. You can contact me at home 908-576-7399 or my cell 732-407-0390.

Myla Graham-Boggs in Shelbyville, Indiana

82 months ago

concal in charleston, South Carolina said: I have part time positions available for remote diagnostic coding. You work as much or as little as you want - all you need is internet access. Pay is $20/hour. Please contact me if interested.
ccalvert@outcomesinc.com

Yes, I'm interested. I've been a outpatient coder for 15 years and for the past 2 years I've been an auditor. I'm trying to find something part-time. You may contact me at boboboggs@comcast.net.

Katheryn in Tampa, Florida

82 months ago

Edith in Dallas, Texas said: I am a certified coder interested in a coding opportunity. I will be happy to send my resume for your review.

Hi Edith,

I know I am replying to an old post, however, if you are still looking for opportunities, we currently work with two facilities in Dallas whom are always in need of local Inpatient, and sometimes Outpatient, coders. I'd like to speak with you and see if we can be of a resource. Please feel free to contact me your at your convenience.

Thank you,

Katheryn

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Teri F. in Orlando, Florida

82 months ago

Katheryn in Tampa, Florida said: Hi Edith,

I know I am replying to an old post, however, if you are still looking for opportunities, we currently work with two facilities in Dallas whom are always in need of local Inpatient, and sometimes Outpatient, coders. I'd like to speak with you and see if we can be of a resource. Please feel free to contact me your at your convenience.

Thank you,

Katheryn

Katheryn Escalona
Recruiter
MedPartners HIM
Toll Free: (866)-727-4461 ext. 230
Direct: (813) 418-3807
Fax: (813) 418-3356
Toll Free Fax: 866-648-2191
kescalona@medpartnershim.com
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Hi Katheryn
I am very interested in working from home. I have 2 years experiance and am currently working as a coding specialist for 21 practices from all around the country. I went to school for coding so I have educational experience in both outpatient and inpatient coding. Also I am certified.
Teri F.

Katheryn in Tampa, Florida

82 months ago

Teri F. in Orlando, Florida said: Hi Katheryn
I am very interested in working from home. I have 2 years experiance and am currently working as a coding specialist for 21 practices from all around the country. I went to school for coding so I have educational experience in both outpatient and inpatient coding. Also I am certified.
Teri F.

Hi Teri,

I just noticed your post, so I apologize for the delay. At your earliest convenience, please send me a copy of your resume so I can get an idea of your background and skills.

Thank you and I look forward to hearing from you,

Katheryn

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Recruiter
MedPartners HIM
Toll Free: (866)-727-4461 ext. 230
Direct: (813) 418-3807
Fax: (813) 418-3356
Toll Free Fax: 866-648-2191
kescalona@medpartnershim.com
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Renae Williams in Enid, Oklahoma

82 months ago

CPC-H with more than 5 years experience in General Surgery, Orhtopedics, as well as auditing experience and chart review looking for part-time home coding. 24 - 30 hours a week. Please contact me for resume submission if there are any positions available. Email address: renaewilliams9@gmail.com

Vickie Coote in Longmeadow, Massachusetts

82 months ago

I am very interested in working from home, I have a medical assistant background with 7+ years experience with several years clerical/medical insurance experience as well. We currently relocated to Western Mass. Please contact me with at your earliest convience.

Email address: vcoote@yahoo.com

Shellysk8 in Milwaukee, Wisconsin

82 months ago

I am seeking a part time remote coding position to supplement my income. I have 15 years of medical coding background in E&M (inpatient and outpatient), ER, ophthalmology, anesthesia, psych and critical care, have been CPC certified since 2005, and have a Masters degree in Public Administration, Health Services. I currently work full time as a Provider Advocate for a major insurance carrier, and am seeking to supplement my income with a coding position. If anyone knows of any available positions, please let me know. Thank you, Shelly shellysk801@hotmail.com

Tammy Williamson in Augusta, Georgia

82 months ago

concal in charleston, South Carolina said: I have part time positions available for remote diagnostic coding. You work as much or as little as you want - all you need is internet access. Pay is $20/hour. Please contact me if interested.
ccalvert@outcomesinc.com

I live less than 3 hours from Charleston, I visit often and know the area pretty well. My past experience was working for the Medical College of Georgia. I was a Certified Surgical Technologist. I'm knowledgably about Surgical procedures,Medical Terminology,O.R. procedures,and Anatomy. I took the Medical Coding and Billing Course @ Augusta State University. Because of my Medical background in the hospital, I could find codes quickly and had a good understanding of the illness or conditions. I'm looking to work from home, and if I need to travel to Charleston for Company training I would be happy to do so.I'm very efficient with my time, so getting a lot of work done would be a breeze.I also havea very good knowledge of Anesthesia. Please consider me for this position,I really think I could be an asset to this company.
Thanks for your time,
Tammy Williamson
3497 Stallings Island Road
Augusta,GA 30907
706-868-7836 (Home)
706-840-3151 (cell)

Kelly Brown in Long Beach, California

82 months ago

i am a recruiter for a health firm , that is hiring for
Job Title: Auditors
The Ec Department will be testing for auditors who have at least two years experience doing outpatient E &M coding using 1997 guidelines.
please submit resumes to
attn: Kelly Brown
Kellyb030094@gmail.com
Thank you

Casey in Flint, Michigan said: I have a year and a half of inpatient coding experience and have my RHIT credential, as well as 9 years of transcription experience. I'm looking for a part-time remote coding opportunity.

Thanks!
Casey

NIBO in Fairland, Indiana

81 months ago

I have just been certified with a CPC-A and am looking for work...at home would be a great addition to my job at the hospital. Anyone out there know of how to find a legitimate business opportunity?

Maylin Callado in Miami, Florida

81 months ago

Hello:

I'm a certified CPC seeking for a part time remote coding position. Please feel free to contact me if further information is needed!!

Thanks in advance..

Sonia Pinkney in Pompano Beach, Florida

81 months ago

I'm an LPN with 20 years experience clinical and case management .
I was downsized about a year . Ive working with a company for also a year performing chart reviews onsite @ hospitals , physician's offices and medical facilities . Currently the company i'm working is very slow , so i'm looking for additional work .

Julie in North Augusta, South Carolina

81 months ago

concal in charleston, South Carolina said: I have part time positions available for remote diagnostic coding. You work as much or as little as you want - all you need is internet access. Pay is $20/hour. Please contact me if interested.
ccalvert@outcomesinc.com

Do you still have a remote coding position available.

Leah in Irving, Texas

81 months ago

Marcia in Concord, North Carolina said: I am a certified coder with 3 years of experience of emergency room coding. I have also done remote coding.

Did you contact Outcomes? I find their "pretesting" very odd. Why answer questions with a 48 turnaround period unless you are using the work for your customers? Anyone see the fraud in this? I was contacted by this company and they could not give me any references. why should I code first? Why not AFTER the interview? Shady, very shady.

Cat in Pensacola, Florida

81 months ago

All prospective companies that you are applying to or that are trying to recruit you will give you a coding test. Even if you have years of experience and certification. They cannot take your word for it that you know what you are doing, they have to make sure before they put their time and money into training you. Thats just the way it is. I have more than 20 years of experience and any hospital or large healthcompany I have worked for has always given a coding test.

Leah in Irving, Texas

81 months ago

I know. I have taken tests before, but 48 hour turnaround? I just don't buy it. The guy that called me didn't sound professional either.

Cat in Pensacola, Florida

81 months ago

The 48 hour turnaround is the time you are given to code. That is for the test and also for the work that is given to you. They want to see if you can make that deadline. 48 hours is a lot of time most places give you same day turnaround for coding remote, that can be 20 to 25 inpatients, or 100 plus ER charts depending on what assignment you are given.

Leah in Irving, Texas

81 months ago

Sounds fishy to me. What's not to say they are using the tests for their own work? I don't buy it. The tests I had didn't look like that. There was a lot of anatomy, medical terminology and physiology questions. That's a prerequisite to coding. The coding questions looked like they came right out of charts.

I have taken a lot of tests. This looks like a scam to me.

Cat in Pensacola, Florida

81 months ago

Maybe they were coding senarios. I get those on my yearly CCS self assesment test for AHIMA. But its up to you as to whether you want to give a place of employment a try or not. As long as they don't ask you for money than it is probably not a scam

TAMMY WILLIAMSON in Augusta, Georgia

81 months ago

I looking for this kind of job. I worked in a Trauma Center(Medical College of Georgia)before I retired to start a family. I'm very familiar with surgical procedures,medical terminology, anatomy, and anesthesia. I'm a member of AAPC, and attend local chapter meetings monthly.

TAMMY WILLIAMSON in Augusta, Georgia

81 months ago

Julie in North Augusta, South Carolina said: Do you still have a remote coding position available.

I live in Augusta,right off of Stevens Creek Road. I would love the opportunity to work for you. I used to work in the OR @ MCG,so I am familiar with Medical,Surgical and Anesthesia. I understand more than someone without that experience. Thanks. I hope you will consider me for the job.
Tammy Williamson

Srich in Yakima, Washington

81 months ago

Leah in Irving, Texas said: Did these people ever hire you? Outcomes Inc.?

Hi,
I've worked for Outcomes for almost a year now. When I took their pre-test it had a 48 hour turn around time on it. Its just their policy. I had my interview after I passed the test.
We have 48 hour turn around time on any chart assigned to us. Its just the way they do things.

Srich in Yakima, Washington

81 months ago

Julie in North Augusta, South Carolina said: Do you still have a remote coding position available.

Hi,
Just as an FYI - Outcomes pays by the chart now.

Nancy in Atlanta, Georgia

81 months ago

I can appreciate that, but I don't believe it and I have no idea who you really are. You could be working for them for all I know.

I asked for references. They didn't give me any, end of story. It's a scam as far as I know. I work at Emory in Atlanta and their test had medical terminology, anatomy and physiology and typing. Give me a break.

Lorraine in Connersville, Indiana

81 months ago

Leah in Irving, Texas said: Sounds fishy to me. What's not to say they are using the tests for their own work? I don't buy it. The tests I had didn't look like that. There was a lot of anatomy, medical terminology and physiology questions. That's a prerequisite to coding. The coding questions looked like they came right out of charts.

I have taken a lot of tests. This looks like a scam to me.

Yes, those subjects are indeed prerequisites to coding. But being that the CCA, CPC, and CCS don't specifically demand formal education, it may behoove some employers to test for competence.

I commend you for requesting references, however. That isn't something I've ever done...I've always been asked for my own. It may be that their client list is considered proprietary information and giving out those names might put them at risk for undue competition from independent contractors.

As far as a 48-hour turnaround for a coding test, that sounds like a piece of cake, quite frankly. I've tested for several companies that require applicants to log into a website and participate in a timed test of approximately 90 minutes. I would imagine the reasoning behind that is very simple: weed out applicants who have no earthly idea what they're doing and also keep applicants from consulting with other people.

Leah in Irving, Texas

81 months ago

Well, tell me, Lorraine, the short turnarounds, did you get hired? How do you know they are not using your answers for their own work? As far as weeding out folks; why don't they test their medical terminology and anatomy skills as well? Sounds highly suspicisous to me.

So, did you pass/fail? Did you get hired for the job?

Thanks

Lorraine in Connersville, Indiana

81 months ago

Leah in Irving, Texas said: Well, tell me, Lorraine, the short turnarounds, did you get hired? How do you know they are not using your answers for their own work? As far as weeding out folks; why don't they test their medical terminology and anatomy skills as well? Sounds highly suspicisous to me.

So, did you pass/fail? Did you get hired for the job?

Thanks

I'm really not sure why you are so upset. I am not an Outcomes employee, I'm trying to help.

That said, I have taken well over 20 tests in 10 years. All were different. Quite a few were coding from real charts. Yes, I got the job, every time. One of those even required flying me out to their state to test. Yes, I was offered that job. No, I didn't take it. The pay was too low. Two others required testing in a room with a sitter or in front of the hiring manager. Yes, I got one of those jobs.

Nearly every position required testing before the formal interview. Why waste precious time on someone who can't code? For consulting positions, there tends to be very strict deadlines for test turnaround. Yes, I got 3 of those jobs.

At least half of all tests included questions pertaining to anatomy, physiology, pharmacology, insurance, terminology, Medicare/Medicaid, CMS, etc.

It seems to be fairly commonplace to use difficult coding scenarios--while withholding private patient information--to assess skills of possible new employees. One job in particular was very open about that fact, and the scenario was included in their test at the suggestion of their in-house auditor.

Leah in Irving, Texas

81 months ago

You say you don't work for this company? You may be defending them for all I know. I am not interested. anatomy and physiology should be part of the test, period, end of story.

Lorraine in Connersville, Indiana

81 months ago

Leah in Irving, Texas said: You say you don't work for this company? You may be defending them for all I know. I am not interested. anatomy and physiology should be part of the test, period, end of story.

No I don't, and I really don't care one way or another if you believe me or not. I've been working remotely since March of this year for a private company out of a neighboring state. I am not paid per chart, I am paid $25/hr to code electronic inpatient and ER charts directly from facilities.

Their test took me 3 days to complete, which seemed to impress them. It covered EVERYTHING. I'm still puzzled as to why you are so upset that the test included CODING in addition to the other questions. Frankly, I would be suspicious if a coding test DIDN'T include coding, as that is the only way they can assess competence, speed, and accuracy.

Every company is different. Nearly every coder has at least one beef with their employer, be it the work itself, the deadlines, the pay, the benefits, or the pretest. If you don't like how a company does its business, by all means take a pass and look for something else.

No one is twisting your arm, certainly not me.

Good luck to you and good day.

Leah in Irving, Texas

81 months ago

do they pay benefits? they offered $20 an hour. I am not interested in that without benefits.

Foxybrown in West Hills, California

81 months ago

Leah in Irving, Texas said: Did you contact Outcomes? I find their "pretesting" very odd. Why answer questions with a 48 turnaround period unless you are using the work for your customers? Anyone see the fraud in this? I was contacted by this company and they could not give me any references. why should I code first? Why not AFTER the interview? Shady, very shady.

If you actually think anyone will hire you and then give you a coding test, you need to get in a new field.

Leah in Irving, Texas

81 months ago

coding test should include anatomy and physiology. bottom line, i don't trust anyone i cannot meet face to face. forget it.

Foxybrown in West Hills, California

81 months ago

Srich in Yakima, Washington said: Hi,
Just as an FYI - Outcomes pays by the chart now.

If you dont mind me asking, how much is pay by chart now? Is that more lucrative?

Lorraine in Connersville, Indiana

81 months ago

Leah in Irving, Texas said: coding test should include anatomy and physiology. bottom line, i don't trust anyone i cannot meet face to face. forget it.

It might surprise you that, at hospitals/companies that insist on hiring only RHITs and RHIAs, those anatomy, terminology, and physiology questions are rarely seen on tests. The 2- or 4-year degree is a guarantee that those subjects have been covered.

If you don't trust anyone sight unseen, I'm guessing you'll never be making $30-$35 an hour as a traveling consultant through an outsourcing company. I tested, interviewed, and worked for three different companies last year and never met anyone other than fellow employees on-site at a few facilities. No bennies, but at over $70k (incl. untaxed per diem), who cares?

You definitely have trust issues, which I respect. I was extremely nervous the first time I worked for an employer from another state.

But it sure paid the bills.

Srich in Yakima, Washington

81 months ago

Foxybrown in West Hills, California said: If you dont mind me asking, how much is pay by chart now? Is that more lucrative?

They pay $3.50 per chart, and no it isn't more lucrative....at least to me.

Leah in Irving, Texas

81 months ago

Who do you work for?

Srich in Yakima, Washington

81 months ago

Leah in Irving, Texas said: Who do you work for?

Outcomes

Leah in Irving, Texas

81 months ago

and they pay $30/hour?

Srich in Yakima, Washington

81 months ago

Leah in Irving, Texas said: and they pay $30/hour?

I wish! No, they pay per chart - $3.50.
No benefits, no guaranteed work - it's contract work.
Earlier, this year we were paid by the hour, which was nice.

Edith in El Paso, Texas

81 months ago

Lorraine, who do you work for and what is the salary? Hope you dont mind me asking.

Lorraine in Connersville, Indiana

81 months ago

Edith in El Paso, Texas said: Lorraine, who do you work for and what is the salary? Hope you dont mind me asking.

I can't give out the name on the board, since I mentioned the pay before (don't wanna lose my job lol), but if you email me at woman_skornd@yahoo.com I'll disclose it if it can remain discreet.

My rate is $25/hr coding mainly inpatient charts.

coder2 in Dade City, Florida

81 months ago

Edith in El Paso, Texas said: Lorraine, who do you work for and what is the salary? Hope you dont mind me asking.

I am not Lorraine but I would like to say something remember Outcomes is mostly HCC coding which is only ICD-9 this is high risk codes you pick out of the chart. And most remote coding jobs that I have worked for very rarely do meet them in person. No please do not everyone jump on me as I am sure some of you have met the person at the company you are working for. Back in around 2002 this is when HCC or short after it first started when Part D Medicare started. All HCC projects so far that I have seen are Medicare HMO and yes they most companies want you to code between 50 and 100 charts a day and you have no idea what you are opening meaning how many pages the charts are. You are to code everyday of service that patients has been seen by the PCP and Consults,Path,(if signed) HCC coding has their own rules meaning coding rules. They do follow the guidelines in the ICD-9 book but also have their own rules and this is not for everyone. I have heard of companies coding every dx and then I have heard of companies only wanting you code what they called "adjust codes" meaning what they can the company can take back to the dr and do education on to document better. Again it is a whole different world. And most of the places that do this HCC had the turn around in 48 to 72 hours and pay by the chart and you must keep up your
Accuracy at 95% and sometimes you do not get what they these companies call Q&A.

If you should like more information please feel free to email me at coder2@live.com and I will go in great detail on HCC.

Hope this helps you.

leah in Atlanta, Georgia

81 months ago

Forget it. I need health benefits. I don't need charts.

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