Healthfirst Coding Educator in New York, New York
The Clinical Coding Educator trains and coaches providers in the latest coding guidelines and risk adjustments methodology; supports departmental auditing, data analysis, and reporting; and works on special documentation and coding projects as needed.
Position is office based and travel (60%) is required to provider sites within New York City.
Continuously provides ICD-CM coding and documentation coaching and creates corrective action plans, as needed
Identifies and develops best practices based on clinical analyses and providers’ documentation, coding, and reporting performances
Meets with provider network groups to reinforce diagnosis coding guidelines to ensure providers achieve coding compliance.
Be able to create complex reports of audit findings for providers
Keeps abreast of documentation and coding regulations and creates meaningful action plans and educational materials based on data analysis to help improve providers’ documentation and coding
Collaborates with other departments to maintain and/or improve Healthfirst HEDIS, QARR, STARS, and other publicly reported ratings
Additional duties as assigned
Experience coding education in a hospital, physician, or insurance environment, five years’ experience preferred
Experience coding Evaluation and Management codes (SOAP notes) for different specialties, five years’ experience preferred
Experience coding in a hospital, physician, or insurance environment, five years’ experience preferred
High School diploma or GED, Bachelor’s Degree Preferred
Certified Coding Profession certification: CPC, CRC and CDEO
Optional Certified Coding Profession certification: CPMA
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