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Amanda J TenEyck, CPC-A
125 E Vass St.
Valley, NE 68064
(402) 934-5241
Ateneyck01@q.com
Objective
• To obtain a position as a Certified Medical Coder
Summary of Qualifications
• CPC Certified Professional Coder (AAPC).
• References used for coding include the current International Classification of Diseases (ICD), Clinical Modification; American Medical Association Physicians' Current Procedural Terminology (CPT); Health Care Common Procedure Coding System (HCPCS).
• Knowledge of medical terminology, anatomy and physiology
• Broad medical experience also includes billing, reimbursement, HIPPA rules, insurance verification, scheduling, and report creation
• Key strengths: communication, leadership and interpersonal skills; multi-tasking and overall resourcefulness
Education
Associates of Applied Science in Medical Billing and Coding
Metropolitan Community College
Omaha, Ne 68103
Anticipated Graduation Date: August 2012
GPA: 3.5
Professional Experience
City of Papillion
1/2005 – 1/2006, Assistant to the City Administrator
Responsible for clerical duties and administrative support functions in the daily operation of City Administration. Also responsible for assisting with all Human Resources and Personnel for the City of Papillion. This was a fast paced high stress environment where all information is handled in a classified manner. On a daily basis worked with all department heads and main staff to maintain the quality of all city services.
Peak Productions
10/2001 – 12/2004, Senior Technical Analyst
Supported 30 Internal PC's, Supervisor of Tech Team, Day to Day Administrative roles, Designed & Developed and supported overlay for GoldMine software. Troubleshoot and Resolve hardware, software & network connectivity issues. Developed and Updated Company websites and training materials. Held Semi-annual training seminars for Financial Advisors Assistants and taught them how to use our Software. Wrote systems for administrative policies & procedures
Licensure/Certification
• Certified Professional Coder (CPC), American Academy of Professional Coders (AAPC)
• Medical Terminology Certificate
AFFILIATIONS
American Academy of Professional Coders (AAPC)
 

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Remote coding job

Amanda J TenEyck, CPC-A
125 E Vass St.
Valley, NE 68064
(402) 934-5241
Ateneyck01@q.com
Objective
• To obtain a position as a Certified Medical Coder
Summary of Qualifications
• CPC Certified Professional Coder (AAPC).
• References used for coding include the current International Classification of Diseases (ICD), Clinical Modification; American Medical Association Physicians' Current Procedural Terminology (CPT); Health Care Common Procedure Coding System (HCPCS).
• Knowledge of medical terminology, anatomy and physiology
• Broad medical experience also includes billing, reimbursement, HIPPA rules, insurance verification, scheduling, and report creation
• Key strengths: communication, leadership and interpersonal skills; multi-tasking and overall resourcefulness
Education
Associates of Applied Science in Medical Billing and Coding
Metropolitan Community College
Omaha, Ne 68103
Anticipated Graduation Date: August 2012
GPA: 3.5
Professional Experience
City of Papillion
1/2005 – 1/2006, Assistant to the City Administrator
Responsible for clerical duties and administrative support functions in the daily operation of City Administration. Also responsible for assisting with all Human Resources and Personnel for the City of Papillion. This was a fast paced high stress environment where all information is handled in a classified manner. On a daily basis worked with all department heads and main staff to maintain the quality of all city services.
Peak Productions
10/2001 – 12/2004, Senior Technical Analyst
Supported 30 Internal PC's, Supervisor of Tech Team, Day to Day Administrative roles, Designed & Developed and supported overlay for GoldMine software. Troubleshoot and Resolve hardware, software & network connectivity issues. Developed and Updated Company websites and training materials. Held Semi-annual training seminars for Financial Advisors Assistants and taught them how to use our Software. Wrote systems for administrative policies & procedures
Licensure/Certification
• Certified Professional Coder (CPC), American Academy of Professional Coders (AAPC)
• Medical Terminology Certificate
AFFILIATIONS
American Academy of Professional Coders (AAPC)
You may not realize this but employers who take on remote coders want at least three years of experience in a specific specialty before they will employ you. This is because coding is very difficult, and to do it from home means you have to know what you're doing because there is nobody to ask questions from when you get stuck (which you will). It would be too expensive for them to employ someone who doesn't know the ropes because providers want their money in a timely manner, and that means clean claims. Dirty or erroneous claims have to be redone which takes time and money.
I don't mean to spoil your day but that is the reality and it makes sense. My advice would be to get a good amount of experience first. We've all seen flyers advertising coding as a job you can do from home and earn great money. The reality is not quite that simple, but for good reason. Online courses just want your money and don't care after they've got it.
Set your expectations a bit more realistically and I'm sure you'll find something that works for you.
Good luck.
Andy
 
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