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The Coding Educator, RASQ Strategy will be on the Risk, Adjustment, STARS, Quality (RASQ) team. You’ll be working with our internal RASQ and market teams, clients and providers to oversee the success of risk adjustment efforts for a large Medicaid health plan.
Location: Chicago, IL (candidate must be in Chicago or the surrounding area and be willing to visit provider practices)
What you’ll be doing:
As a key member of our market Risk Adjustment team, you will contribute to the overall success of risk adjustment activities and lead provider education efforts. You will conduct provider & office staff training related to the ICD-10-CM code set, risk adjustment, clinical documentation, and billing functions. You’ll use a combination of data and chart reviews identify patterns in provider coding, then create and deliver targeted education to improve individual coding behaviors.
- Develop relationships with providers and communicate coding and documentation guidelines to ensure correct coding, billing and documentation
- Conduct chart reviews for providers and review provider performance
- Analyze coding and billing data to determine provider education needs
- Provide formal training to providers and staff regarding coding, billing and documentation standards
- Assist with research, analysis and response to inquiries regarding compliance, coding, and inappropriate coding
- Perform the minimum number of coding quality reviews consistent with established departmental goals
- Ensure knowledge of current coding guidelines and relevant federal regulations
- Associate’s Degree in Health Information, Health Administration, or other relevant health field
- Local Chicago area travel, up to 75% of the time.
- 3-5 years of relevant coding experience
- A high-level of coding expertise in the following areas and/or disciplines: Risk Adjustment/HCC Coding, Auditing, Outpatient coding
- Full understanding of regulatory requirements for ICD-10-CM Coding Guidelines, medical record documentation, as well as Medical Staff Rules and Regulations where applicable
- Knowledge of medical terminology, anatomy and physiology, and disease pathology
- Exceptional interpersonal skills and ability to develop successful relationships with both internal and external partners
- Strong presentation skills and ability to communicate highly technical details to non-technical audiences
- Microsoft Office skills (e.g., Word, Excel, PowerPoint)
- Strong listening skills, critical thinking, and ability to earn providers’ trust
- Ability to work in a highly matrixed environment
- Skills to multitask, prioritize, adapt to change and work well under pressure
- Bachelor’s Degree
- Certified Risk Adjustment Coder (CRC) credential or similar specialty credential
- Previous training/teaching experience and customer service education experience preferred
- Creativity and knowledge of adult learning principals preferred
During the current pandemic Evolent employees are working remotely from home. As such we require that all employees have the following technical capability at their home: High speed internet over 10 MBPS and, specifically for all call center employees, the ability to plug in directly to the home internet router. These at-home technical requirements are subject to change with any scheduled re-opening of our office locations.
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