Medical coders are indispensable to the health information industry. They are responsible for inputting the appropriate code of various medical services so that healthcare practitioners and providers can receive payment for services rendered. The specific codes they assign are used to establish the amount of money a healthcare provider will get reimbursed from the different insurance companies. Typically, a medical coder is required to hold certification in the field. The Certified Coding Specialist designation (CCS) or Accredited Record Technician’s certification (ART) is an example of such.Compliance in coding by following CMS, AMA and carrier guidelinesAccurate in sorting and evaluating codes/charges Less denials by following Local Coverage Determinations (LCD) Reduce A/R days.
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