Medical Coding Manager Precyse Solutions
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Precyse is a leading, national provider of Health Information Management services and technologies. Health networks, hospitals and physician groups utilize our services to solve a wide range of HIM issues related to physician satisfaction, quality of care, revenue cycle management, and compliance and EHR enablement. At this very exciting time in our history, with unprecedented market drivers sparking change throughout the healthcare industry, we are seeking an experienced Medical Coding Manager to join our team of respected leaders.
Why work for Precyse?
Our Colleagues are highly respected as experts in their field. When you work with Precyse, you are working with some of the best and brightest in the industry! Our team of professionals work together to support Hospital HIM Departments and our Senior Leadership team is comprised of tenured thought leaders in their respective fields. It is an exciting time to work with Precyse! Our involvement with ICD-10, our proprietary technology and success with our client hospitals has propelled our growth. We are working with some of the largest hospital systems in the Nation assisting them with the ICD-10 Education of their staff, the implementation of technology and the people needed to achieve their goals. We provide ongoing support and education to ensure your success!
Our commitment to you: Precyse University, 24X7 technical support, comprehensive benefit package, work from home and travel opportunities, computer equipment provided as needed, a highly accomplished management team, Colleague recognition programs and competitive compensation.
The Coding Manager oversees the on-site processes and functions in Health Information Management related to remote coding to facilitate high quality, cost effective delivery of coding services to the client. Duties include management of scanning staff and acting as a liaison with HIM department, physicians, remote coding staff, and Directors of Remote Coding Operations and Sales Support.
Interacts with billing office, physicians, IT, and hospital personnel to resolve coding/billing issues; strong interpersonal skills are critical
Actively works and understands the DNFB/DNFC process
Works on multiple IT platforms, including patient finance, encoders, as well as Precyse and client IT systems
Stays abreast of the differences in payment processes amongst insurance payers
Possesses a solid grasp of the charge master, revenue codes, processing patient type changes, cancelled accounts, and working multiple edits
Participates in the processing of RAC audits as well as all types of internal and external auditing
Possesses a strong grasp of MS-DRGs, APCs, and the transition to ICD-10
Has the ability to work for the benefit of Precyse as well as the benefit of the client; client must have the ability to communicate with Precyse team and identify areas where communication can be improved.
Supervises the day-to-day operations of Precyse scanning personnel, reporting issues to appropriate client staff as necessary. Ensures scanning function is covered in absence of regular staff. Provides instruction to Precyse scanner as necessary. Monitors quality and productivity of Precyse scanning staff.
Conducts counseling, performance appraisals, interviewing, etc., of scanning staff
Assesses scanning/coding workflow processes, identifies innovative solutions when improvement is needed and initiates changes
Communicates with Remote Coding Manager/Coders as necessary
Acts as a liaison to CDI specialists to facilitate documentation issues identified by coders
Acts as a liaison to physicians to facilitate any Physician Query questions
Reviews physician queries submitted by coders for leading or non-compliant language
Assists in developing new query forms as needed
Provides weekly reports to client and Regional Operations Manager and Director of Remote Coding Operations
Revises and updates coding policies and procedures in collaboration with HIM Director, as requested
Maintains strict physician and patient confidentiality and follows state, federal and hospital guidelines for the release of information.
Candidate should be available to work a weekend if needed; candidate may have also need to work an evening shift from time to time
Supports Precyse's Compliance Program by demonstrating adherence to all relevant compliance policies and procedures as evidenced by in-service attendance and daily practice; notifying management when there is a compliance concern or incident; demonstrating knowledge of HIPAA Privacy and Security Regulations as evidenced by appropriate handling of patient information; promoting confidentiality and using discretion when handling patient information.
Must possess excellent written and verbal communication skills.
Requires strong interpersonal skills to work with physicians and staff to implement positive change
Demonstrated customer-oriented management style
Demonstrates knowledge of computer technology and automated system designs for HIM; computer knowledge of MS Office including Word, Excel, and PowerPoint
RHIA or RHIT and Associate or Bachelors Degree in Health Information Management or related field
CCS preferred but not required; candidate must be able to code both inpatient and outpatient records
Minimum of three years' experience as a Director of Health Information Management or five years' experience as a Coding Manager. Manager must be able to code and audit
Strong hands-on experience with MS Office, including Outlook, Excel, Word and Power Point
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