Emergency Department Coder Pro-Fee (Per Diem)

Job Locations US-Virtual/Remote
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Medical Coding
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Remote Emergency Departement Coding Specialist-per diem 

Aviacode is accepting applications for an experienced Emergency Department coder with at least 3 years’ experience in addition to any formal training.  If you are a successful ED medical coding professional that will bring a wealth of experience to our team, apply today to take advantage of our flexible remote coding career opportunities.



This position will provide high quality ICD-10, E/M, procedure and surgery coding for several ED specialist groups.  This position also provides education to providers related to coding, and acts as a resource for the billing team.


  • This is a W2 position for a long-term project
  • Current CPC, CCS,  or equivalent through the AAPC or AHIMA required
  • Available for 10 hours a week
  • Must have at least 3 years of active E/M coding experience in an emergency department setting
    • Must include coding POS 11, 21, 22, 23
    • Must include coding of inpatient and outpatient hospital visits
    • Must include coding of in-office E/M services and procedures across multiple specialties
    • Must be able to code all types of E/M visits (IP, OP, ED, CC, Obs, etc)
  • Coder will be coding Emergency Department visits with procedures and the ICD-10 codes
  • Coder will be coding procedures and the ICD-10 codes
  • Must be able to maintain a 95% accuracy rate
  • Coders average 15-25+ CPT codes per hour
  • Coders for this role must provide their own computer with the following minimum requirements: 
    • Windows 10 (professional or Ultimate) 1703, 1709, 1803
    • System type can be x32 or x64
    • Installed Physical RAM must be 8GB or higher
    • Resolution must be 1366x768 or higher
    • Minimum Free Space must be 500MB
    • Dual monitors are required.  You will not be successful on this project with only 1 monitor
  • US-Based Candidates Only


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