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Diagnostic Radiology Coder Job in Knoxville, Tennessee

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Job Title: Diagnostic Radiology Coder

Employer:University Radiology
Skills:2 years coding experience,radiology preferred
Required Certifications:and/or RCC,CPC,CPC-A
Required Experience:1 to 2 years
Location:2240 Sutherland Ave Ste 107 Knoxville 37919, TN, US
Date Posted:1/23/2020

University Radiology is seeking an individual to fill a remote diagnostic radiology coding position.  Coders are responsible for assigning CPT, ICD10 and applicable MIPS quality measures after thorough document review and analysis using computerized coding software.  Coders are expected to assign the most accurate code following all coding compliance guidelines and documentation requirements.  Coders are also responsible for working coding related denials.


·         Applicant must have one of the following:  CPC, CPC-A, and/or RCC certification

·         A minimum of two years of coding experience, radiology preferred but not required

·         Must be familiar with Medicare LCDs and NCDs as well as state, federal and payor billing requirements

·         Must be computer literate and have experience using Microsoft applications (i.e., Word, Excel)

·         Experience with EHR software

Competitive salary and benefits.  Qualified applicants who would like to apply can do so by emailing your resume to Laurie Brock, lbrock@utrad.com.


email your resume to Laurie Brock, lbrock@utrad.com.

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