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Kristen Dudley
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over 6 months ago

Want to learn how to #code? Are you or someone you know interested in learning to code/develop software? CodeX Academy has room for more #students If interested, check out the info at https://codex.academy/#/?promo=kristend022 This is great for anyone looking to change careers or high school seniors about to graduate but don't want to/plan to go to traditional college. All online classes!! #code #coding #softwaredevelopers #softwareengineer #CodeXAcademy #onlineclasses #selfpacedlearning #learning #software #school #changecareers #newcareer

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Meaghan Housen
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over 6 months ago

Looking for Coding/Revenue Cycle opportunity in Sacramento, Area

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Mike Grauer Jr
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over 6 months ago

Anyone here have any good recommendations on coding training in or around the Puget Sound area? Someone has offered to pay for my retraining and I want to take advantage of the opportunity.

#programming #coding #software #softwaredevelopment #kitsap #KitsapCounty #PugetSound #thepugetsound

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Chris L. Maiden
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over 6 months ago

If one wanted to learn coding what would be the best way? What kind of coding is in most demand currently? Thanks!

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Patricia Collins
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over 6 months ago

Estimated Salary - 46K - 48K

GENERAL SUMMARY OF DUTIES: This is a nonexempt position. Responsible for coding and posting office and hospital procedures. Accurately assign CPT and ICD-9/ICD-10 codes by analyzing and abstracting information from dictated reports to achieve timely billing. Ability to maintain strict confidentiality

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS:

Research all information to ensure a complete and accurate hospital billing process. Review external charges for correct coding upon importing into Centricity Practice Management. Gather charge information from Physicians, NP’s and PA’s in a timely manner. Analyze and code procedures using current CPT and ICD-9 codes. Identify bundled codes using CCI edits. Charge hospital rounds and verify global periods. EDUCATION:

Minimum: Some college, preferably with an emphasis on Medical Coding, Medical Terminology, and Basic Human Anatomy.

EXPERIENCE :

Three years of experience in medical office with an emphasis on medical coding.

Certificate/License: ** Certified Professional Coder (CPC) required by American Academy of Professional Coders (AAPC).

Job Type: Full-time

Required experience:

Inpatient Coding: 1 year Acute Care Coding: 1 year Cardiology Coding: 1 year Required license or certification: CPT

If interested in this position, please send resume and cover letter to twaasa413@gmail.com. Please include position title, city, and state for consideration

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David Freedman
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over 6 months ago

I just found out how a majority of apps are developed and what code is used! Check out this great info here!

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Connor Sheridan
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over 6 months ago

If anyone is interested in improving their skills sets in Coding, UX & Design, Data, Marketing, Business and Career Development I found a great opportunity that could be in your area. From mastering excel to learning about digital marketing or product management this website offers a lot of free workshops at one of their listed campuses with a relaxed learning environment. Heres the link if you want to check it out!

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Michelle Lambert
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over 6 months ago

Hi! I am currently in the process of becoming a certified medical coder in MA. I am 47 and have most of my job experience I the beauty industry..both as a cosmetologist and as a cosmetic sales manager for three different companies. I also ran my own small business as a Bridal Stylist and Consultant for quite a while. The only experience I have in the medical field is about 10 years ago I worked at an insurance company doing medical credentialing which I loved. My health is such that I can no longer physically handle the beauty industry or retail because of the ling hours and physical demands. Does anyone have any input as to how I can make my resume look great in the coding field?

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