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Medical Coders work on the financial and technical side of the medical industry, coding claims for reimbursements and dealing with insurance billing. As a Medical Coder you must carefully read the doctor’s and nurse’s notes to precisely determine the services received by the patient. Medical Coders must also understand private payer policies and government regulations for accurate coding and billing.
Medical Coding certificates can be obtained online within 18-24 months. A bachelor’s degree is not necessarily required. Medical Coding jobs can be performed within a medical setting or at home remotely. A candidate must possess technical, analytical and interpersonal skills. As a Medical Coder you will be expected to adapt to new software, be able to read medical records and decide the best way to record those records so that they are logical all while being personable and easy to work with.
Medical Coders are working from home these days so don't be surprised if you have a SKYPE interview. Accuracy and attention to detail will be your buzz words during this interview. Because of the highly technical nature of the work and the sensitivity of private health information you'll need to assure the interviewer that health information is secure at all times.