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Assists Assistant Director in management of coding operations in the Health Information Management Department, directs and coordinates coding activities in the supervised section within the NYULMC. The Coding Supervisor plans, assigns and directs the HIM coding workflow; actively monitors employee performance and rewards or disciplines accordingly; addresses complaints and resolves problems; actively oversees and manages production and quality control efforts.
- Provides direct oversight to Coder I, II, III, and IV in supervision of outpatient coding functions, work queues, work processes, and overall work responsibilities
- Ensures complete, accurate, timely and consistent coding, while adhering to coding guidelines and internal policies
- Responsible for operational activities relating to coding and clinical documentation improvement operations (as applicable)
- Coaches and helps develop team members; helps resolve dysfunctional behavior within functional area(s); disciplines and counsel staff as necessary
- Proactively monitors (including corresponding communications and escalation paths) significant issues in coding, status of projects, barriers and successes
- Actively monitors coding and operations (as applicable) process and performance according to productivity and quality
- Selects, evaluates, trains, and provides leadership and direction to reporting staff
- Responsible for review and improvement of process and services
- Assists Assistant Director to identify coding, billing and data quality risk areas for the hospital by creating pertinent reports
Current CCS (Certified Coding Specialist) certificate, 3 years of experience in the acute care teaching facility, good communication skills, good organization and time management skills, proficiency with Microsoft Office applications.
RHIA (Registered Health Information Administrator) or RHIT (Registered Health Information Technician) credential, current CCS (Certified Coding Specialist) certificate, 5 years of experience in the acute care teaching facility, excellent communication skills, strong organization and time management skills, proficiency with Microsoft Office applications.
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