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The Coding Network, LLC (TCN) is the country’s premier remote coding and auditing company, structured as a virtual company with over 800 single-specialty coders and auditors. All TCN auditors work remotely from home, set their own hours, and can earn over 20% more than the average AAPC coder or auditor’s compensation.

With many organizations closing their offices and facilities due to ongoing health and safety concerns, this is a great opportunity to work remotely from a home office. In the last three months, TCN contracted with 5 E&M auditors and are now looking to contract with an additional 10-15 E&M Auditors.

Job Summary:
TCN asks a minimum commitment of 15 hours per week. Coders and auditors are allowed to select their own hours, anytime on the 24-hour clock, Monday-Sunday.

All Auditors must:

• Have a minimum of five (5) years of coding/auditing experience in a single specialty
• Have an active coding certification (if you do NOT have a CEMA credential, you are required to take the CEMA exam within your first year of your engagement with TCN)
• Live and work in the United States of America
• Take and pass TCN’s auditor exam in addition to a specialty coding exam

If you meet the above criteria and are willing to test please submit your resume HERE: ... oder-jobs/

NOTE: When submitting your resume we are looking for the total number of years spent coding/auditing, what specialty you coded/audited, and the number of providers at each job.
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