The Department of Family Medicine's Clinical Administration is seeking a highly organized, self-motivated medical coder. The position is located in the Family Medicine Center. This position is responsible for coding outpatient and inpatient services, education of providers, auditing, and other projects as needed. The preferred candidate must possess excellent oral and written communication skills. A working knowledge of Microsoft Word, Excel and Power Point is preferred.
CPC (Certified Professional Coder) or CCSP (Certified Coding Specialist - Physician) or applicable coding certification must be obtained within two years of hire and maintained throughout employment.
CLINICAL SUPPORT POSITION - NOT SUBJECT TO STATE PERSONNEL ACT.
Graduation from HS or equivalency plus: Medical coding training certificate or one year of demonstrated coding experience or completion of a two year Health Information Technology degree or an equivalent combination of related training and experience. Special Conditions for Continued Employment: Must have CPC (Certified Professional Coder) or CCSP (Certified Coding Specials- Physician) or applicable coding certification within two years of hire, and maintain throughout employment.
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University of North Carolina - 2 years ago
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