Providence Health & Services Coding Policy Coordinator in Great Falls, Montana
Providence St. Joseph Health is calling an Coding Policy Coordinator to our location in Beaverton, OR. This postion will be remote and can sit in the footprint of Providence in the states of AK, WA, OR, CA, and MT.
We are seeking an Coding Policy Coordinator to be responsible for reviewing Clinical Edit Inquiries (CEI) from the provider fax queue that are routed by Provider Relations and creating customer service inquiries (CSI) for the Coding Policy Analyst (CPA) work queue (also called the FSA queue). When a response to the provider is required, this person creates a letter from the CPA response on the CSI and faxes it to the provider's office. This person also assists Coding Policy Analysts with code updates and the code review process through Code Review Committee (CRC). This includes monitoring nThrive (a coding application) and CMS and AMA websites for changes to CPT, HCPCS, and ICD-10 codes, updating the company's coding database with new, deleted, and revised codes as these are published throughout the year. The Coding Policy Coordinator is responsible for compiling agenda items for Code Review Committee meetings, sending the agenda to all members of the committee at least three business days prior to the meeting, and distributing the minutes following the meeting. This position also assists the Coding Policy Manager in attending committee meetings as a representative of the team, publication of coding policies and coding announcements and additional coding related administrative duties as assigned. This position requires excellent writing skills, keen critical thinking abilities, and impeccable organizational skills.
The Coding Policy Coordinator must perform all duties in a manner which promotes team concept and reflects the Sisters of Providence mission and philosophy.
In this position you will have the following responsibilities:
Generation of letters to support Coding team work
Monitor all applicable queues to support coding team administrative work
Support Coding team in all committee meeting and quarterly code releases. This work involves tracking, follow-up, driving agreement and consensus on coding configuration set up for all lines of business for all stakeholders
This role will organize and facilitate all coding project work to drive actionable work which is high quality and efficient
Produce all required agendas and meeting minutes and ensure all applicable documentation is current and available on the teams Sharepoint site
Research and produce all team workflows and procedure documents to ensure teams are aligned with operational expectations
Represent coding team in internal and external department/team meetings. This will require attention to detail and critical thinking regarding questions asked. Follow-up and issue closure with included documentation may be required.
Coordinate and facilitate meetings, projects, sub-groups to drive towards actions and solutions.
Serve as a resource and liaison in the organization for all coding related topics, issues and questions.
Required qualifications for this position include:
Bachelor's Degree Baccalaureate degree or equivalent work experience in health care
2 years experience in healthcare related field (clinical setting or medical insurance)
1 year Demonstrated experience in detailed coding applications, as well as Microsoft Office capabilities, such as Excel, Word, and Access
1 year Demonstrated strength with data entry, word processing, database and spreadsheet programs in a Windows based environment
Demonstrated written communication skills
Strong verbal communication and listening skills
Demonstrated time management and priority setting skills
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Job Category: Coding
Other Location(s): Montana-Great Falls, California, Washington, Oregon, Alaska
Req ID: 323517