Professional CPC-A Seeking a Remote Medical Coding Opportunity

Van Nuys, California
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(916) 230-7478

I am interested in working with a company, where I will help to increase the company’s productivity, as a Remote Medical Coder.

American Academy of Professional Coders (AAPC) Certified Professional Coder (CPC-A)

Processional Medical Coding and Billing – Career Step 2016
Certificate of Graduation with Honors
• Coded over 250 outpatient reports and inpatient records.
• Types of reports coded include: Consultations, Emergency Room reports, History and Physical reports, Laboratory reports, Operative reports, Physician Orders, Procedure Notes, Progress Notes, Radiology reports, and Pathology reports.
• Coded reports in the following specialties: E/M, Anesthesia, Pathology, Psychiatric, General Surgery, Radiology, Gastroenterology, Dermatology, Urology, ENT, Infectious Diseases, Respiratory, Cardiology, Internal Medicine, Neurology, Neurosurgery, Plastic Surgery, Oncology, Orthopedics, OB/GYN, Trauma, etc.
• Detailed ICD-10-CM and ICD-10-PCS coursework (635+ hours) and hands-on ICD-10 coding and code set training. Detailed ICD-9 and CPT coding training for outpatient facilities.
• Familiarity with the AHA ICD-10-CM/ICD-9-CM and ICD-10-PCS Coding Handbook
• Extensive training in the biomedical sciences—medical terminology, advanced anatomy, advanced pathophysiology, physiology, and pharmacology.
• Training in HIPAA and HIM reimbursement processes (billing statements, CMS-1500 and UB-04 (5010) claim forms, MS-DRGs, etc.)

Medical Documentation Reviewer, Able Force (40 hours per week) December 2014-March 2015
• Inputted approval/denial claim codes for documents that were either able to be processed or for documents that were missing necessary information and therefore could not be approved.
• Reviewed discharge summaries, progress notes, clinical notes for required information needed to enable processing of Veteran’s insurance.
• Handled phone calls from customers and doctors’ offices to retrieve missing information that was needed to make the Veteran’s medical documentation complete.

Medical Transcriptionist, OzeScribe (40 hours per week) March 2014-June 2014
• Transcribed a variety of challenging medical dictations, such as physical examinations, oncology and discharge summaries.
• Edited transcribed reports for spelling errors, grammar correction, clarity and proper medical terminology.
• Produced customer care information, medical research, correspondence and medical reports.

Pharmacy Technician, Fred Meyer Pharmacy (40 hours per week) April 2007-November 2007
• Processed up to 300 pharmaceutical claims on high volume days with 99.9% accuracy.
• Handled numerous phone calls from customers, doctors, and nurses regarding new prescriptions, renewals and concerns.
• Helped train new Pharmacy Technicians on the workflow and operation of the pharmacy.
• Maintained proper inventory levels, rotated stock and immediately complied with prescription drug recall.