I have worked in several remote positions and I have never been expected to code near that many records! I don't even know how you could unless you were a super-speed reader and had the CPT and ICD-9 books memorized! ~650 records / 8 hours = 81 records an hour - I think the most I have ever been expected to code was 20 and that was only because they were very simple. When I was coding surgeries it was more like 3-7, depending on complexity. What kind of records are you talking about?
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