Coder - UVA OB-GYN
Job ID: R0038235 | Medical Coding | Full Time | Charlottesville, VA
OB-GYN is seeking a certified coder to support our obstetrics and gynecology services, including benign gynecology, gynecology oncology, high-risk obstetrics, and urogynecology. The position is responsible for timely, accurate, and comprehensive abstraction of physician services from the medical chart/record, utilizing appropriate CPT procedure and ICD-10 diagnosis codes in order to generate billable charges. The position also interfaces with clinical providers providing guidance regarding documentation. As directed by the Billing Manager, the position may also follow up on denied claims and determine needed adjustments. During training and onboarding, the position will work a hybrid on grounds and remote work schedule. Once training is complete, the position is eligible for remote work under the UVA Health Telework Policy.
  • Reviews medical record documentation to identify all services provided by physicians and LIP.
  • Assigns appropriate CPT procedure code(s) to accurately report the physician and LIP services provided to patients.
  • Assigns appropriate ICD-10 diagnosis code(s) to accurately support the need for each physician and LIP service.
  • Assists with the submission of billing data to the University of Virginia Physicians Group.
  • Obtains and submits copies of medical documentation with physician/LIP charges to support billing to third-party payors.
  • Identifies physician/LIP services provided, but not adequately documented in the medical record. Advises supervisor and clinicians of deficiencies to support charge capture of all billing services.
  • Analyzes and resolves claim rejects and denials from the billing system or insurance carriers related to coding issues.
  • May assist with physician/LIP billing and documentation training in daily interactions with physicians and other routine training sessions.
  • May compile monthly reports as requested.
  • May identify trends/problems in medical documentation and department request issue, and recommends possible solutions.
  • Other duties as assigned by supervisor.

MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS

Coding and Billing Analyst I
  • Education: High school diploma or GED.
  • Experience: 3 years of coding experience.
  • Licensure: Professional coding certification. Must be certified AAPC or CCS-P through AHIMA to qualify for all functional areas.
  • Skills: Basic knowledge of and experience utilizing a personal computer. Basic word processing, spreadsheet, and database software skills required. Must have experience creating spreadsheets, reports, and trends data. Must demonstrate the ability to both prepare and analyze data as determined by management. Demonstrated ability to implement and execute multitasking assignments independently. Demonstrated ability to serve as a preceptor for special projects.

Coding and Billing Analyst II
  • Education: High school diploma or GED. College courses in business-related field.
  • Experience: Five years of experience in coding/billing position.
  • Licensure: Must be CPC certified by AAPC or CCS-P through AHIMA to qualify for all functional areas.
  • Skills: Intermediate knowledge of and experience utilizing a personal computer. Intermediate word processing, spreadsheet, and database software skills required. Must demonstrate the ability to both prepare and analyze data as determined by management. Demonstrated ability to implement and execute multitasking assignments independently.

PHYSICAL DEMANDS
This is primarily a sedentary job involving extensive use of desktop computers. The job does occasionally require traveling some distance to attend meetings and programs.



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