In this role you will abstract and analyse clinical information from digitised casenotes and relevant documents, translate into diagnostic and operative procedure codes using the current classifications, adhering to the national standards and conventions, inputting the data on to the Trust’s patient information system to meet the Trust’ financial and statistical data commitments.
You’ll have a minimum of 1 years NHS coding experience as a clinical coder with documented evidence of formal training and competency achievement gained or formal refresher training.
We expect you to poses either your NCCQ - Accredited Clinical Coder (professional qualification - Institute of Health Record and Information Management)or equivalent coding expertise (evidenced through testing)
You’ll need the ability to work independently, code accurately to national coding guidelines with little or no supervision and organise / prioritise your own day to day work requirements.
You’ll be physically capable of sitting for prolonged periods, using computer systems.
Due to current circumstances home working is supported in line with service needs. We are happy to discuss this further with applicants.