I'm assuming you are already coding for the practice -
One of the first things I'd do if I were in your position would be to start with my current employer. You've already proven your abilities. They know your work history, dependability, ethics, etc. You may have to invest in software that is password protected (or the practice may invest in it for you) for HIPAA compliance.
But most employers would rather be a bit more flexible in order to keep a valued employee than risk losing that person and have to find and train someone new.
Bear in mind that your reasons why your working from home is a good idea must be valuable to the practice. Having young children at home is NOT a compelling business reason.
F Tessa Bartels, CPC, CEMC
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