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Question regarding work in NYC

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    I'm going to move to NYC soon. I was wondering what is the average salary or wage per hour for a CPC coder with 5 years experience in billing/coding.

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    Job Title: Remote Certified Coders/Auditors Wanted 50 Positions available
    Employer: MedSave USA
    Type: Hourly Part-TimeFull-Time
    Skills: HCC or Chronic Condition coding/auditing (Ability to work remotely)
    Specialties: Minimum 2 years coding experience with previous HCC or Chronic Condition Coding experience
    Required Certifications: CCSP RHIA,RHIT or CPMA,one of the following CPC,CCS,CPC-H
    Preferred Certifications: CCSP RHIA,CPC-H,CCS,one of the following CPC,RHIT or CPMA
    Required Experience: 1 to 2 years
    Preferred Experience: 3 to 4 years
    Location: Hauppauge, NY
    Date Posted: 9/4/2014
    MedSave, a National Record Retrieval and Coding Company is currently looking for Amazingly Talented AAPC and/or AHIMA Certified Medical Coders and Auditors to work remotely coding charts from the comfort of your home office .

    We currently have an additional 50 positions open for strong dedicated professional coders seeking a fulfilling and dynamic career providing superior coding and excellent customer service to our clients.

    Our certified coders review, analyze, and code diagnostic information within a patient's medical record based on client specific guidelines. Each coder will ensure compliance with established ICD-9, CM coding guidelines, third party reimbursement policies, regulations and accreditation guidelines.

    Both Part Time (20hrs/week) and Full Time (40hrs/week) available work on your schedule from the comfort of your home office.

    Apply online at:

    or send resume to

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