Coder II - Professional Coding Services - Day

York, PA | Clerical and Administrative | Tracking Code: 107475

Schedule & Location:

Full-Time: 80 hours, biweekly

Day shift

Remote work opportunity 

Job Description:

Under general supervision, collects, reviews, retrieves and codes Evaluation & Management codes, and major procedures (surgical procedures, anesthesia reports, radiology reports/procedures) and other services for Medicine/Surgical practices, based on data from medical documentation and reports for quality assessment, audit, and billing purposes.


Duties and Responsibilities

  1. Performs chart audits, reviewing for accuracy and compliance.
  2. Reviews operative reports and other documentation and assigns appropriate diagnosis (ICD-10) procedure codes (CPT), and other items (HCPCS) for final billing.
  3. Research and process invoice corrections.
  4. Reviews and analyzes coding/billing procedures.
  5. Presents training and feedback concerning medical coding, compliance, and reimbursement to physicians/providers.
  6. Coordinates and implements reimbursement improvement activities with staff and providers.
  7. Adheres to WellSpan Coding Compliance Guidelines.


  • High School or GED
  • 1 – 2 years
  • Certified Procedural Coder (CPC), Certified Coding Specialist-Physician (CCS-P), Certified Medical Coder (CMC), CPC-A or Certified Outpatient Coder (COC) Home Care Coding Specialist-Diagnosis (HCS-D) – Only required for VNA Home Health Services


Nicole Eckert
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