Profee Hospitalist Coder

Req No
Regular Full-Time


We are looking for qualified Professional Services (Professional Fee, Profee)  Hospitalist Coders to join our team.

Stability & Reputation – Founded in 2004, Peak Health Solutions delivers a superior set of solutions to hospitals that are some of the largest and most prestigious in the country. Peak recognizes coding isn't a project it is a Career! Keeping our coders consistently engaged is the #1 reason coders stay with Peak.


Rare opportunity –This is a unique opportunity to work for some of the nation's top hospitals, you will be a full time employee working 100% remotely from your location while receiving full company benefits.  We offer online training and career advancement opportunities. Due to our diverse customer base, a background working with a wide variety of specialties will be required.


Compensation and Benefits – Peak Health Solutions offers competitive compensation and a benefits package that includes: Benefits, Paid Time Off, 401k with match and CEU reimbursement.

Employee Recognition – Employees will also participate in our company-wide rewards program entitled Reach – Recognizing Excellence, Accomplishments, Character and Hard work! 


Peak Health Solutions, an AMN Healthcare company, is an EEO/AA/Disability/Protected Veteran Employer We encourage minority and female applicants to apply


  • Thorough knowledge of E&M, ICD-10-CM, and CPT4 coding systems
  • Knowledge of Epic
  • Required to follow all coding guidelines
  • Required to follow all client specific guidelines and client specific policies & procedures
  • Required to keep up to date on all coding updates
  • Must maintain 95% or above accuracy level
  • Must maintain client/Peak productivity standards


  • 2 years coding  pro-fee experience in the client specific specialty 
  • ICD-10 Trained
  • Additional background with Inpatient Professional Fee preferred
  • Must hold and maintain a current certification credentialed through either the AAPC or AHIMA


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