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Medical Coding Technical Editor

H3.Group - Gaithersburg, MD - Full Time

DecisionHealth and H3.Group, a leading provider of information services and decision-support tools to the health care provider community, has an open position for a Clinical Technical Editor (CTE) to assure continued, high-quality content within all products.

The CTE will be applying his or her expertise in medical coding conventions, coverage rules, clinical documentation improvement, denials management, and overall claims compliance best practices in support of DecisionHealth’s CPT, ICD-10-CM, ICD-10-PCS, HCPCS and DRG coding products. Your work will appear within various products including reference books, newsletters, online applications and e-learning courses.

As a vital member of the content team, you will be responsible for sustaining and building content knowledge bases utilizing various content types (tips, scenarios, crosswalks, medical definitions, etc.).  This includes writing, editing and maintaining content and data to ensure the highest level of accuracy, relevancy and utility for the medical coding and billing professional.

 PRINCIPAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: 

  • Author and edit coding, billing and compliance reference and training content
  • Ensure guidance content is up-to-date by researching CMS, payer, and other clinical content sources and texts  for guidance changes
  • Tag content to key metadata within a proprietary content management system
  • Collaborate with desktop publishing to QA content layout
  • Write monthly article(s) for based on current healthcare guidelines and trends.
  • Assist in new product development and content feature enhancements
  • Assist with answering of reader coding questions, when needed.
  • Participate in content and product meetings.

 All applicants must submit a resume, cover letter and salary expectations.

We offer a competitive compensation package, a full menu of benefits including health, dental and life insurance, a 401k with company match, tuition reimbursement, and more.  Find out more about us at www.decisionhealth.com

H3.Group is an Equal Opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability, or protected Veteran status.

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