CPT/ICD-9 Coding and processing insurance claims.
Knowledge of anatomy and medical terminology.
Familiar with different types of insurance plans, regulations, compliance, and the coding community's three critical resource books: CPT, HCPCS Level II and ICD-9-CM along with their corresponding codes and guidelines.
Knowledge to use code books in order to assign correct codes to record the service levels for the procedures performed and to account for supplies used to treat the patient during an encounter with the physician.
Proficient in medical terminology Microsoft Office 2009, Microsoft Excel, Access, PowerPoint, and Word
Typing Speed: 42 WPM
Completions of Medical Office Administration Billing and Coding
Billing and Coding
Billing and Coding
Certificate of completion for M.O.A. (Medical Office Administration.)
Completion of FDCPLA
Being able to articulate well, provide clear, concise response and instruction.
Understanding information and ideas verbally and presenting information and ideas verbally.
Active listener skills.
Informing what assets are available to use for repayment, and will benefit the development of rapport with the borrower.
The ability to react professionally to irate or abusive individuals.
The ability to perceive unfavorable conditions and have the capacity to identify and initiate alternatives to circumvent such situations.
The ability to perceive social situations and react accordingly.
Comprehension reading and writing skills.
Document accounts in a clear concise manner as well as understand written instruction or comprehend correspondence in order to respond appropriately.
Understanding information and written ideas and presenting written information and ideas.
Critical thinking, decision making, and learning.
Time management and personal management.
The ability to manage the available time to perform the job functions.
Scheduling and following up on payment arrangements.
Understanding the time sensitivity of account requirements that may be in effect.
The capability to adhere to work schedules.
Typing, 10 key by touch 50 WPH.
Experience with business applications on computer systems.
The ability to type and talk is a useful skill.
Advance mathematical skills.
The ability to sit for extended durations.
Knowledge of common office equipment, such as fax machines and photocopiers.
CPT, HCPCS Level II and ICD-9-CM
Proper assignment of ICD-9-CM codes corresponds with the physician's diagnoses and completion of the patient's illness or injury.
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