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Remote Pathology Coder - Lima, OH

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Company Name:HealthPro Medical Billing
Location:Lima, OH
Employment Type:Full Time and Part Time
Category:Billing Operations
Pay:Based on Experience and Qualifications - Hourly
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About HealthPro Medical Billing, Inc.

HealthPro Medical Billing is the trusted partner of choice for radiology and pathology practices, as well as imaging centers and other healthcare service providers throughout the United States. Now in business for over 30 years, our success is fully dependent on the service and results we provide our clients and the integrity we demonstrate along the way. Because building and maintaining client trust is essential to our business, we seek out talented medical billing professionals who share our commitment to quality.

We are looking for dynamic individuals to be a part of our team. We offer a flexible work schedule, competitive compensation and benefits, and a work-life balanced environment.

Employment Opportunity

HealthPro Medical Billing in Lima, OH is seeking a Pathology Medical Coder to be a part of our Coding team.

Medical Coder Summary of Responsibilities:

Review medical interpretation documentation and health records to abstract necessary information for appropriate CPT and ICD-10 coding per the appropriate classification systems, standards and procedures.

Provide medical coding services for multiple clients by performing the following, but not limited to duties:

  • Assign CPT procedure and E&M codes for clinician services to assure appropriate billing and reimbursement.
  • Assign diagnostic codes on all medical records to ensure proper billing and reimbursement.
  • Assign modifiers to codes as appropriate.
  • Review and/or assign patient severity of index illness ratings, supplemental codes, and other data as necessary.
  • Compile and maintain logs, reports and statistical records, and researches records to locate health data as requested.
  • Utilize variety of health record indexes and storage retrieval systems.
  • Maintain knowledge of new and revised codes as well as industry regulations to complete accurate coding services.
  • Identify when inconsistent or non-specific information exists impeding CPT or ICD-10-CM code assignment.


  • Current CPC or equivalent through AAPC or AHIMA required.
  • Must have 3+ years of active (within past 12 months) coding experience in pathology.
  • Must have proof of passing an ICD-10 Proficiency or Readiness Assessment through the AAPC or AHIMA.
  • Must pass pre-assessment coding test.
  • Must pass background check and drug screening and reside legally in the United States.

 Education and Experience:

High school diploma or GED is required.  Associate's degree or Bachelor's degree in Business Management, Healthcare Management or related area of study is preferred. One to three years of industry related work experience preferred. Equivalent combinations of work experience and education will be considered.  Working knowledge of Microsoft Word, Excel and Outlook is required.  Ability to multi-task, problem solves, effectively communicate, and stay focus on the task at hand.