Outpatient Facility Emergency Dept. Coder-POOL

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# of Openings
Medical Coding
Minimum Hours
Regular Full-Time


Outpatient Facility Emergency Departemnt Coding- Full Time


Be Part of A Team That Believes in True Partnership, Continuous Improvement, and Collaboration to Deliver High-Quality Professional Solutions! 


We are currently recruiting for remote AHIMA credentialed  ED facility medical coding specialists with at least 3 years’ experience in addition to any formal training.  If you are a successful Emergency Department medical coding professional that will bring a wealth of experience to our team, apply today to take advantage of our flexible  remote coding career opportunities.  This is a W-2 employee, working from your home office.

Eligible for $5,000 sign on bonus


  • Responsible for coding all diseases, on ED according to ICD-10-CM, UHDDS, American Medical Association’s CPT-4, according to client specifications. (No injection/infusion required)
  • Responsible for keeping current on all Aviacode and client coding policies and procedures while ensuring all procedure changes and additions are understood.
  • Responsible to discuss any unclear information needing clarification with supervisor and/or data quality specialist.
  • Works with 3M Encoder and EPIC EMR system
  • Mantains production of 12 CPH
  • Keeps abreast of regulatory changes and communicates these changes to Coding Supervisor


  • AHIMA: RHIT, RHIA, CCS credentials required
  • Minimum of 3 years Emergency Department coding experience (recent)
  • Principals of ICD-10 Outpatient Coding
  • Maintains accuracy of diagnosis code assignment per client and GeBBS Healthcare Solutions policies.
  • Maintains productivity levels per client and GeBBS policies.
  • Maintains reports and their integrity by insuring that all data is entered and recorded as directed by supervisor and director.
  • Communicates in a responsible manner according to GeBBS policies
  • Complies with HIPAA and Aviacode policies concerning patient data
  • Computer will be provided as needed.


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