Overview

You can write a medical coder resume in some minutes, but collecting your thoughts and pertinent information and organizing it all in a resume is far from just some minutes’ work.

The digital age job hunting might be a difficult thing to handle. However, all is not lost if you have a good resume format on which you can work. If you know just how to place information on a piece of paper, you are done with half the work.

The following sample will guide you how to write a good resume for medical coder position.

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Medical Coder Resume Sample

 

QUINTON ANDREW

588 Example Street ▣ New York, NY 06522 ▣ (211) 323-9999 ▣ [Email Address]


MEDICAL CODER

Strong passion for coding. A desire to work for a prestigious facility.

Performance Profile: Results-driven and energetic Coder with 5+ years’ experience in ICD-9, CPT-4, HCPCS and DRG coding standards and techniques. Working knowledge of medical terminology, pharmacology, anatomy and physiology.  A team-player who is known for his ability to develop and maintain professional relationships with coworkers and seniors. Current CCS-P and CPC Certifications.

SPECIAL SKILLS
• Excellent oral and written skills in communication
• Proficient in VMS systems and MS Office
• Typing speed: 60 WPM
• Familiar with medical billing software
• Strong time management skills

KEY ACCOMPLISHMENTS
• Active member of a team that devised a physician coding database that took in relevant data and minimizes errors
• Best Coder Award – May 2013

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

March 2012 – Present
Family Health Hospital, New York, NY
Medical Coder

• Manage outpatient coding for medical centers registered with the hospital
• Process a minimum of 100 claims a day conforming to ICD-9 and CPT-4 standards
• Punch patient information on Qaudramed
• Handle claims relevant to dentists, surgeries, psychiatry visits and diagnostic testing

October 2010 – March 2012
Saint Agnes Hospital – Baltimore, MD
Outpatient  Coder

• Abstracted relevant information from patient records
• Assigned ICD, CPT and HCPCS codes
• Created APC and DRG assignments
• Queried RNs and physicians in case of any ambiguity
• Kept abreast of modern coding guidelines

EDUCATION
GED | MARYLAND PUBLIC SCHOOL, Baltimore, MD – 2006