Medical Coding at Precyse
"I love being involved with a company that's ahead of the curve... leadership, education and recognition... they allow me to do what I do best... code!!"
Medical Coding Consultant
As a medical coding colleague at Precyse, every day is a new and exciting challenge. Precyse coders often have the opportunity to work on multiple clients and learn multiple systems.
The Precyse Coding team consists of more than 375 coders located across 41 states. Each coder receives a full orientation and remote colleagues receive the benefit of 100% new hire QA to ensure they are learning as they progress in their skill sets. All Precyse coders also benefit from having access to a state of the art online training program called Precyse University.
In addition, ongoing support is available to each coding colleague. Your manager will be your primary contact for all of your needs including troubleshooting client issues, arranging an effective work schedule and making sure you always have work waiting, even when transitioning to a new client.
Career advancement opportunities are numerous and include the opportunity to broaden your horizons by learning a new skill set, mentoring new colleagues, grasping auditing techniques and providing peer education.
Working for Precyse Coding Services is seldom boring and colleagues are constantly supported by a great team of managers. The company works hard to provide top-notch education, keeping colleagues prepared for yearly coding changes. Precyse offers a yearly allotment to each coder colleague so that they can purchase required reference materials. Keep your coding knowledge base current with Precyse University DNA. Precyse University DNA uses first-of-its-kind staff knowledge and performance assessments, self-paced education, on-demand webinars, video games, and a HealthStream Control Center to drive accurate reimbursement and create a more resilient revenue cycle. Precyse strives to keep its colleagues engaged; the company values their opinions, but most of all, values them.
What we look for:
- A minimum two years' experience coding patient records in a hospital HIM department.
- A thorough knowledge of medical terminology, anatomy and physiology, pharmacology and pathophysiology.
- A current AHIMA credential.
- Coding candidates are given a skills assessment to identify their strongest technical skills so that we may more closely match their expertise to one of our opportunities.
Our commitment to our Coding colleagues: 24X7 technical support, comprehensive benefit package, work from home, company supplied computer equipment, a highly accomplished management team providing support every step of the way, colleague recognition programs and competitive compensation.
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