In-office position available to audit coding and documentation for services rendered in an orthopedic clinical setting, including, but not limited to, surgery, ER, office visits, consultations, procedures, x-rays, cast applications, MRI and orthotics and prosthetics. ***NOT a remote position ***
Duties include: auditing charges from providers’ charge sheet or electronic health system for coding and billing accuracy using claim scrubber software, medical records, practice management system, etc. to verify the accuracy of entered charges; reviewing supporting documentation, CPT, HCPC and ICD-10 codes for accuracy using Medicare guidelines, CCI, AAOS and other medical data coding computer software; consulting with providers and the business office staff to obtain missing documentation or information in order to correct erroneous data; when appropriate, working assigned reports in a timely manner; reviewing Orthopedic coding newsletters, coding alerts and e-mail notifications daily; attending various webinars, seminars and coding meetings as required for the position; identifying opportunities to reduce denials and enhance revenue, reporting to business office supervisor and director of matters regarding medical billing.
Applicant must have knowledge of coding, CCI/bundling, CPT, HCPC, CCI, and ICD-10, insurance terminology, and contractual agreements; familiarity with Medicare, Medicaid, HMO and commercial guidelines; strong PC skills to include Microsoft applications, practice management systems, and electronic health records; strong analytical, problem solving, and organizational skills; the ability to multi-task, paying strong attention to detail and accuracy; good oral and written communication skills.
CPC certification or comparable prior work experience in a medical billing office. CPC certification required within 2 years of date of employment.
Part-time Temporary positions available to provide assistance with screening of patients and employees. Duties include: greeting and welcoming patients; collecting data from each patient and staff member coming into the facility by questioning and obtaining body temperature, in accordance with CDC’s recommended guidelines; communicating denial of entrance, when applicable, to patient or staff.
Applicants must have the ability to work various schedules; the ability to communicate professionally and effectively with all patient populations; be detail oriented, paying attention to accuracy; the ability to work in a fast-paced environment remaining calm and helpful during stressful situations; and have exceptional customer service skills.
Applicants must have a high school diploma or equivalent and previous experience in a customer service setting.
Tallahassee Orthopedic Clinic is one of the nation’s premier sports medicine and orthopedic clinics, and one of the fastest growing companies in Florida. TOC believes the future and success of our company depends on the dedication and abilities of all our physicians and employees. The achievements of our organization are the result of the combined efforts of every individual working toward common goals and objectives. Our primary goal is to provide the best possible medical service to all patients.TOC is committed to doing its part to provide employees with an enjoyable work experience and seeks employees who will work to promote the TOC image and elevate the experience for our patients. We are proud to offer competitive compensation and benefits, including Medical, Vision Dental, Life and Disability, 401-K/Profit Sharing and much more. As a member of TOC you will not only be an employee, you will be a part of a reputable team in the Tallahassee community.
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