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Fall Intern, Clinical Privilege Coding Development

  • Internship
    Full-time
    Off-cycle Internship
  • Healthcare
  • Nashville
    Remote

Requirements

  • Currently enrolled in an accredited college or university, preferred focus in healthcare, medical coding or related field
  • Basic understanding of medical terminology and anatomy.
  • Basic to advanced knowledge of medical billing and coding (CPT, ICD-10).
  • Willingness to learn CredentialStream/MPS environment and coding tool.
  • Qualifications:
  • Proficient in the use of Excel, Word, Outlook, Teams, and PowerPoint Database management including data entry, retrieval, manipulation and analysis Strong written and verbal communication skills Ability to work independently and collaborate effectively. Strong attention to detail
  • Ability to ensure accuracy in assigned codes to privileges
  • Problem solving skills:
  • Ability to analyze complex privilege lines and assign appropriate coding
  • Analytical and critical thinking:
  • Ability to interpret guidelines, regulations and privilege lines to assign appropriate codes
  • Critical thinking:
  • Ability to evaluate code scenarios, identify discrepancies, and make informed decisions based on evidence
  • Organizational skills:
  • Ability to maintain accurate records, prioritize tasks, and manage assignments effectively
  • Learning agility and adaptability
  • Open to continuous learning and professional development

Responsibilities

  • Assist the Privilege Content Consultant in coding (CPT, ICD-10 PCS and ICD-10 CM) specialty specific clinical privilege line items to expand and further develop the capabilities of the CredentialStream privilege.
  • Assist in assigning the appropriate medical procedure and/or diagnoses codes to existing and newly developed privileges.
  • Learn and apply coding guidelines and regulations, as applicable, to existing and/or newly developed privileges.
  • Attend training sessions to enhance knowledge and skills with respect to credentialing, privileging, and coding.
  • Participate in privilege coding reviews to ensure accuracy and validity of assigned codes.

Technology
Industry
501-1000
Employees
1990
Founded Year

Mission & Purpose

HealthStream is the #1 advisor for developing people in healthcare, working with 4,000+ healthcare organizations for the past 30 years to cultivate a more competent and energized workforce. As healthcare organizations seek ways to do more with less, developing next-level people is integral to their success. HealthStream works side-by-side with healthcare organizations to ensure their people are confident, competent, and credentialed, ready to execute at the highest level. All of our HealthStreamers, across all teams and roles, share this vision of improving the quality of care by developing the people who deliver care. At HealthStream, we value continuous improvement – of our products, our systems, and our team members. Our collaborative work environment encourages innovation and allows us to solve big problems. With a hybrid work policy, employee-driven teams, and our strong corporate culture, we maximize job satisfaction and deliver meaningful outcomes to the healthcare industry daily. Our unwavering commitment to our vision and values makes HealthStream an exciting, rewarding place to make an impact as HealthStreamers remain committed to 'streaming good' through our work and in the communities where we live.