Humana's recently created Clinical Resource Team is looking to
grow the team with an Inpatient Senior Medical Coding Auditor
roles! This is a unique team that's primary role is to quickly jump
to the aid of several teams throughout the organization. The team
floats to the work, as assigned, and helps their fellow co-workers
with whatever challenges they're facing.
So do you love working on several different projects? Do you
take pride in helping others and being flexible? Do you have great
attention to details and a passion for healthcare? Do you have a
solid background in medical auditing, coding and medical record
review? Well, if you answered YES to one or more of the above you
should strongly consider the Senior Medical Coding Auditor
opportunity with Humana.
**What we need your help with:**
+ Extracts clinical information from a variety of medical
records and assigns appropriate procedural terminology and medical
codes (e.g., ICD-10-CM, CPT) to patient records.
+ Confirms appropriate diagnosis and procedure coding (DRG
+ Analyzes, enters and manipulates database as well as responds
to or clarifies internal requests for medical information.
+ Will be part of a float team that requires flexibility and the
ability to work assignments that change frequently. At times, may
work multiple assignments to meet the organization's needs.
**What you need for success! - Required Qualifications**
+ Bachelor's Degree in related field or work equivalent
+ Coding certification from AHIMA (RHIA, RHIT, or CCS)
+ 2+ years experience auditing medical records
+ 1+ years experience with inpatient coding
+ Prior experience working independently
+ Demonstrated experience effectively communicating to internal
and external customers through both written and verbal
+ Both flexible and agile to meet the quickly changing demands
of this role
+ Proficient with Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, OneNote,
**Work at Home Requirements**
+ Must have the ability to provide a high speed DSL or cable
modem for a home office (Satellite and Wireless Internet service is
NOT allowed for this role). A minimum standard speed for optimal
performance of 10x1 (10mbs download x 1mbs upload) is required.
+ A dedicated space lacking ongoing interruptions to protect
member PHI / HIPAA information.
**What you need to be considered a Superstar! - Preferred
+ Master's Degree
+ Registered Nurse with active license in state of residence
+ Previous Medicare/Medicaid experience
+ Broad range of clinical coding experience and/or
+ Once the health concerns effecting our country calms down this
role may be required to travel 2-4 times a year for training and
team building events.
+ The operating hours for the department is Monday - Friday 6 am
- 6 pm and individuals are able to work flex their hourly schedules
5 days a week as long as the 40 hours per week are met.
+ If selected for interview the recruiter will provide an
assessment to assess your inpatient coding experience and skills.
The assessment takes a couple hours and needs to be completed in
**Scheduled Weekly Hours**