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    When I started school for Medical Coding in 2004, I really intended to Code from home. I still would really like to do that but would like some advice if anyone out there does it from home or knows what the requirements are, etc. Thank you. Candice

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    Hey Candice,

    Finding a work from home job may be a bit difficult cause it depends alot on experience. I currently don't work from home but I am interested in it. I do have friends who do work from home and some found jobs mostly through staffing companies like H.I.M. Recruiters, Peak Health Solutions and Aerotek. Websites like often can direct you to other recruiters. It takes time but experience in different fields is a big plus. Hope this helps!

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    I just read about a site called I checked it out and there are a ton of jobs. There is a fee but from what I read it is WELL worth it!


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    I don't know if you all have been getting the email from the AAPC from the Coding Network looking for at-home coders, but it looks like a good oppertunity! They are looking for coders to work from home, anywhere in the U.S, part time or full time. You may be interested. I saved the email on my Blackberry. If any of you are interested, let me know and I can forward you the email.


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    Cathy can u give me the email address? Where can I find it in the AAPC website? Thanks.

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    Stuart, Florida
    I do think I saw that email, as well. Unfortunately, I deleted it.

    However, just recently, I was recommended to a recruiter for K-force and ended up receiving numerous calls for remote coding opportunities. Alas, I have way too much on my plate as it is, having a full time coding position and a 3 year old son. I quite like my job and my afternoons with my little one, so I decided that this was not the time to take on a second job whether it be remote or not.

    ANYWAY, my point is that K-force is on the hunt for reputable coders to do some coding from home. I believe their website is but, you can just google Kforce and I'm sure it'll come up. Hopefully you can speak to one of their headhunters.

    I'm pretty sure they want someone with a few years experience and maybe some repute. I'd give it a shot though! Good luck!
    Vanessa Mier, CPC

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    Cathy, I would like that info as well. My email is

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    Cathy, can you send me your information on the coding network looking for at-home coders? Thanks so much! My email is

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    I would like the information. email

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    Here is is, everyone!

    Dear AAPC Member, Due to tremendous growth, The Coding Network is looking
    for remote coders with three (3) years specialty coding experience in any of:
    E&M, ENT, vascular, CT, neurosurgery, ortho, invasive cardiology, GI, uro,
    gynecology, surg-onc, general surgery, radiology (dx & IR), plastics, ASC,
    emergency, ophth, path, anes, or trauma/burn.
    The Coding Network is also expanding its E&M auditing staff. If you have 5 years
    or more of E&M coding experience with at least 1 year of auditing background, we
    are interested in your application as an auditor, too.
    If you have this required experience and want to learn more about this exciting
    opportunity, please follow the instructions below to contact this employer.
    Position Summary Title: Senior Specialty Coder or Senior Specialty Auditor
    Employment Type : Contract Work Location: Remote (Anywhere in U.S.) Full
    Time/Part Time: Either Client: The Coding Network, L.L.C. Permanent/Temporary:
    Either Description: THE CODING NETWORK (, now in its 16th
    year of business, codes for physicians in 55 specialties in 49 states. Come join
    our team of 275+ coders who live the dream of working from home. Over the last
    twelve months, we have added more than 50 coders. The Coding Network is growing
    at a rapid, but measured pace, and we seek experienced specialty coders to join
    our team. Work from home in the USA on a full-time or part-time basis and earn
    25% or more than the published average AAPC coder salary. Coders choosing to
    work from home can obtain benefit packages from the AAPC including: health,
    dental, disability and life insurance. To qualify you MUST have a minimum of 3
    years of single-specialty experience and be willing to take our
    specialty-specific tests (actual cases from some of our 45 medical school
    clients). You must live-and-work in the USA. Selected coders will possess one of
    the major recognized certifications, live-and-work in the USA, have 3 years
    specialty coding experience, and have good communication skills. All of our
    coders are entrepreneurial mature adults who can work effectively from their
    homes with a minimum of supervision. If you meet these requirements and see
    yourself as a "cut above" the others, we invite you to join our Network of
    "black-belt" specialty coders and prosper with us. Our coders are paid
    generously and set their own schedules. Contact/Resume Submission: If you meet
    the above requirements, please follow this link to complete the form and upload
    your resume, and please be sure to enter AAPC9 as your Promotion Code. Note: Due
    to the number of applicants, The Coding Network is unable to respond to your
    emails or phone calls.
    AAPC 2480 South 3850 West, Suite B Salt Lake City, Utah 84120 Local Phone:
    801-236-2200 Toll Free: 800-626-CODE (2633) Fax: 801-236-2258 Credentialing the Business Side of Medicine

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