Staffing Roles We Place
AMN Healthcare Revenue Cycle Solutions (RCS) offers many types of Revenue Cycle Solutions roles and employment opportunities. Below are some of the job opportunities we offer and have successfully placed for medical facilities across the country.
We also believe in building a strong team so we provide our team with ongoing training to ensure our professionals receive regulatory updates, information on new procedures and new codes as they become available and guidance on current coding trends. Continuing education is a primary focus at AMN Healthcare RCS, and we strive to help our employees stay current in the growing healthcare industry. As an employee of AMN Healthcare you will have access to the following and more as we continue to grow:
- Medical Coding Book Discounts
- ICD-10 Education and Practice Environments
- Self-Paced Company Sponsored CEUs (AHIMA and AAPC Approved)
- Company Sponsored Webinar (AHIMA and AAPC Approved)
- Access to Industry Resources and Events, Coding Clinics, Guidelines and more
- AMN Healthcare Revenue Cycle Solutions, formerly Peak Health Solutions, is an EEO/AA/Disability/ProtectedVeteran Employer. We encourage minority and female applicants to apply.
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AMN Healthcare Revenue Cycle Solutions, formerly Peak Health Solutions, is an EEO/AA/Disability/Protected Veteran Employer. We encourage minority and female applicants to apply.
Emergency Department / Outpatient (ED/OP) Coder
An Emergency Department and OutpatientCoder remotely review hospital patient medical record documentation to select and sequence the appropriate ICD-10-CM diagnosis, ICD-10-PCS and/or HCPCS procedure codes. This role performs coding for multiple hospitals and applies all appropriate coding guidelines and criteria for code selections. They must adhere to all Coding Compliance policies and procedures for the assignment of complete, accurate, timely, and consistent codes for diagnoses and procedures. In most cases, this is a full-time employee working 100% remotely from your location while receiving full company benefits. We typically staff a higher number of Emergency Department/ Outpatient (ED/OP) Coder positions all across the United States.
Auditor / Trainer
The remote Auditor is responsible for the full range of ICD-10 auditing of all complex IP casemix. This auditor must know the current coding guidelines, coding clinics backwards and forwards. This role must have level I Academic Trauma Facility experience for the past 3yrsor more. Auditors who has presented at AHIMA state or national conferences would be preferred and also have experience with 3M, Clintrac, and Citrix is preferred. Recent exposure to high acuity, teaching facility, transplants (all types), cardiac-CABGs, stents, pacemakers, major trauma/multiple procedures, experimental drug therapy, chemo, etc.are also required. Also, this role must be able to train and educate coders in a remote setting.
Professional Fee Outpatient Coder – Remote (Pro-fee)
The Outpatient Pro-fee role is responsible for assuring charges are processed promptly & accurately. They will support the clinic staff in all aspects of procedure & diagnostic coding. They will also review surgical operative notes and specialty-specific clinic-based charges and assign CPT, diagnosis codes, and modifiers for the services provided in accordance with AMA-CPT, ICD-10-CM, and the National Correct Coding Initiative. This role will serve as a liaison between clinical staff and providers for coding questions and facilitate accurate coding by providing and promoting provider and staff education. Typically, this role is a remote position and receives 100% of employee benefits.
Same Day Surgery – Ambulatory Patient Visit (APV) Coder
AMN Healthcare RCS recognizes coding isn’t a project it is a Career! This APV Coder for Same Day Surgery is responsible for assignment of accurate Evaluation and Management (E&M) codes, ICD diagnoses, current procedural terminology (CPT) and Healthcare Common Procedure Coding System (HCPCS), modifiers and quantities derived from medical record documentation (paper or electronic) for ambulatory procedure visits. They would train and educate MTF staff on coding issues and play a significant role in departmental and clinic-wide coding compliance activities. This role may also be responsible for the assignment of accurate ICD diagnoses, CPT and HCPCS, modifiers, and quantities from medical record documentation (paper or electronic) for inpatient professional services (IPPS encounters – a.k.a, rounds).
Professional Fee (Pro-fee) Outpatient (OP) E/M and Surgical Coder
We are looking for qualified Outpatient SDS Coders with facility and pro-fee experience. This role is responsible for Outpatient Surgical Coding and includes reviewing the coding of procedures, diagnoses and conditions, working from the appropriate documentation in the medical record and providing Education to current coders. Pro-fee Coders ensure the assignment of compliant, complete, and accurate ICD-10-CM diagnosis codes, E&M Leveling, CPT Service codes and modifiers for the professional component of rendered services based upon the clinical documentation provided within the medical record and according to the organization’s coding philosophy. They must work collaboratively with other members of the Coding and Auditing Team to complete all essential responsibilities in a timely fashion to meet the quality, utilization, and financial needs of the organization.
Outpatient Professional fee Anesthesia Coder (Pro-fee)
We are interested in qualified Professional fee (Pro-fee) Anesthesia Coders. The Remote Pro-Fee Anesthesia Coder is responsible for the full range of ICD-10 coding of anesthesia accounts. This Pro-fee coder must have recent experience with anesthesia coding, 5+ years of experience preferred along with 3M and EPIC experience required, specifically charge review WQ experience. This role should have surgical CPT coding experience. In order to provide the highest quality of service to our healthcare facilities, the Anesthesia Coder is required to have CPC or CCS-P credentials. Also, Anesthesia certification would be a plus (CANPC). Experience with CA payer guidelines, including Medi-Cal, would be a plus for persons seeking out this role. We also offer online training and career advancement opportunities.
Emergency Department Coder / Charge Capture
Looking for an Emergency Department (ED) Coder position with a successful passing score on the Certified Emergency Department Coder (CEDC) Exam? The ED Coder must have completed and successfully passed an accredited coding program or have at minimum one year of continuous coding/abstracting experience within the last five years. They will be required to demonstrate their knowledge of anatomy and physiology, medical terminology, disease processes, basic knowledge of reimbursement methodologies (DRGs, APCs) and conventions, rules, and guidelines for current coding classifications (ICD-10-CM, CPT, HCPCS Level II). They must also be able to demonstrate the ability to understand the clinical contents of a health record. ED Coders are also responsible for communicating with physicians in order to clarify diagnoses/procedures and properly sequence them for coding. At all times they must abide by the AHIMA coding code of ethics.
Clinical Documentation Integrity (CDI) Specialist
The CDI Specialist facilitates appropriate clinical documentation to support diagnosis capture and to ensure the level of service rendered to all patients is recorded. They will identify and review primary and secondary diagnosis along with complications to ensure diagnosis documentation and capture through addendums properly identifies patients who need to be seen. This position also identifies and reviews for POA (Present on Admission) documentation. They review clinical issues with medical coding staff and with physicians to identify those diagnoses that impact the severity of illness indicators for each patient. Clinical Documentation Integrity Specialists are expected to perform CDI QA reviews, both concurrent, prebill and retrospective. They also serve as an expert resource in reviewing all medical records in support of consistent documentation for all payer types (i.e. CMS, Medicare-Advantage, etc.) to ensure complete and accurate diagnosis capture and coding.
Outpatient Coder (Navy)
The Outpatient Coder is an onsite position and will evaluate and apply the appropriate diagnostic and procedural codes based on physician documentation of the outpatient encounter using ICD-10, Evaluation and Management, CPT and HCPCS codes, and performs related duties as required. This role requires a strong understanding of medical terminology and anatomy, and the ability to review and process information to determine conclusions in compliance with applicable guidelines is required. This role is expected to have two years of experience in outpatient coding and have credentials issued by a nationally recognized certifying professional body for coding professionals (AHIMA and/or AAPC).
An Inpatient Coder is expected to review inpatient charts to determine all diagnoses/procedure codes and accurate assignment of DRG. Abstract required elements including discharge dispositions. They must possess a thorough knowledge of ICD-10-CM/PCS coding principles and applications as they relate to acute care hospital coding, clinic coding, and grouping. This role is expected to have a thorough knowledge of Official Coding Guidelines and payer-specific requirements. They should have the ability to read, decipher and analyze all aspects of medical record documentation for accurate coding along with possessing a high degree of precision, paying attention to detail to achieve the high accuracy levels required. In addition, they should be able to recognize incomplete, conflicting, or ambiguous documentation and initiate physician queries as appropriate.
Outpatient Coder – Emergency Department (ED)
The Outpatient Coder ED role should possess three or more years working as an outpatient coder and be a Registered Health Information Administrator (RHIA), Registered Health Information Technician (RHIT), and/or Certified Coding Specialist (CCS) credentials required. They will be responsible for reviewing abstract and code observation accounts as well as same-day surgery accounts from patient medical records. The Outpatient Coder must possess a thorough knowledge of ICD-10-CM and CPT coding principles and applications as they relate to acute care hospital coding, clinic coding, and grouping. They must also have a thorough knowledge of Official Coding Guidelines and payer specific requirements. They need to have the ability to read, decipher and analyze all aspects of medical record documentation for accurate coding. Recognizing incomplete, conflicting, or ambiguous documentation and initiate physician queries as appropriate are also necessary skills.
Remote Clinical Documentation Integrity (CDI) Coder
A Remote CDI facilitates appropriate clinical documentation to support diagnosis capture and to ensure the level of service rendered to all patients is recorded. They will identify and review primary and secondary diagnosis and complications to ensure diagnosis documentation and capture through addendums may identify patients who need to be seen. In addition, they should also be able to identify and review for POA (Present on Admission) documentation. Some responsibilities include reviewing clinical issues with medical coding staff and with physicians to identify those diagnoses that impact the severity of illness indicators for each patient. They should also be prepared to perform CDI QA reviews, both concurrent, prebill and retrospective.
Outpatient Professional fee (Pro-fee) Coder
This position is responsible for the assignment of accurate Evaluation and Management (E&M) codes, ICD diagnoses, current procedural terminology (CPT) and Healthcare Common Procedure Coding System (HCPCS), modifiers and quantities derived from medical record documentation (paper or electronic) for outpatient encounters. Outpatient Pro-fee Coders are also in charge of training and educating MTF staff on coding issues and they play a significant role in coding compliance activities.