SUSAN E. RANDOLPH-FREY wants to obtain a part-time position at a hospital or medical facility, involving medical outpatient and inpatient billing and coding. Her Near- and Long-Term Objectives are: Learning ICD-10; a personal, thorough study of HIPAA laws; employment as a medical biller/coder, then, ultimately, a career as a certified professional coder, working in outpatient and/or inpatient medical facility, and possibly as a billing and coding teacher and consultant.
ICD9 CM coding; CPT-4 Surgical and Nonsurgical coding. Strong legal/work ethic; excellent computer, communication and interpersonal skills; Medisoft, Microsoft Office, Excel, law office billing systems, and many years of business experience.
American Career Institute, Woburn, Massachusetts
Courses for certification as a professional medical and insurance coder.
Courses included: Foundations of Healthcare, Medical Terminology; Pathophysiology; Introduction to Medical Billing; Insurance Claims Processing and Medisoft; Medical Administration Procedures; Medical Ethics and Law; Introduction to Pharmacology; Introduction to ICD-9 Coding; Introduction to CPT-4 Coding (nonsurgical); Introduction to CPT-4 Coding (surgical); and Operative Notes and Procedures; recertification in CPR and AED operation pending.
Associations: American Health Information Management Association Member
(CCA pending through AHIMA)
American Association of Coding Specialists Member