Good for you, getting an interview that quickly! When I interviewed for a coding job I reviewed the coding guidelines in the CPT and ICD-9 manuals and practiced coding in all specialties (especially operative notes). The testing consisted of medical terminology and coding of diagnoses and E/M and procedural coding, including operative notes. Then I sat for a one to one interview with the recruiter and was invited back to interview with the head of the coding department and another coding manager after passing the test and interview. I had previously had a phone interview with the recruiter. This was for a physician based operations coding job in a major hospital system. I learned a lot from the whole interview process, even though I didn't get the job. It motivates me to keep trying and to stay current in practicing coding and to keep up with all the changes in coding and billing operations and Medicare and private payor changes. Good luck! Christine Richer, CPC-A
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