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Old 05-16-2012, 02:31 PM
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Exclamation Remote Interventional Radiology and Nuclear Medicine Coder Needed

Hi Coders,

Aviacode is in need of both an experienced interventional radiology coder and an experienced nuclear medicine radiology coder.

For both positions we would need a commitment of 15+ hours a week.

Pay would be .70 – 1.00 per chart for Interventional and, .25 - .35 per chart for Nuclear Med based on experience, errors, and QA scores.

This is for a remote coding position that can be done from your home through Aviacodes coding platform (Procoder). You must have access to your own Windows based computer with high speed internet access.

Here is some background on Aviacode:
Aviacode is a coding company. We code for physicians, hospitals, ASC’s in their system via VPN or on our own coding platform called Procoder which allows our clients to send their medical records, op-reports, visit notes, etc to us and to then be coded on our coding platform (Procoder). After the reports are coded (and checked by a quality assurance manager) the coding results are sent back to the client either electronically where they are automatically entered into the clients system, or manually where the client will then manually enter them into their system.

If you are interested please send your RESUME in a .doc format (WORD) using the subject header “REMOTE IVR (or) NM CODING POSITION – YOUR NAME” to Jennifer at jschmutz@aviacode.com and include a short summary in the body of the email about your experience and how long you have been coding in the area that you are interested in.

Thank you!
 
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