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Title: SUPPLEMENTAL CODING
Procurement
NYC Health + Hospitals (NYC H+H)
160 Water Street, Floor 13, New York, NY 10038
Mitchell Jacobs
phone: 6464588661
email: jacobsm1@nychhc.org
Archived
Human Services/Client Services
Request for Proposals
12/5/2017
Solicitation

PIN#038-0011 - Due: 12/22/2017 3:00 PM

Description
NYC Health plus Hospitals (H plus H) seeks to identify contractors(s) for medical record coding. From time to time H plus H requires remote coders to supplemental employee work during periods of high demand. H plus H requires assistance coding inpatient and outpatient medical records. Records will be coded electronically in the H plus H systems by the Contractors(s).

Volume will fluctuate and the contractors(s) are expected to provide the staffing necessary to facilitate timely coding of all records as designated by H plus H. H plus H may increase or decrease the number of records required coded. Changes in coded case volume will be provided as far in advance as possible to allow contractors(s) to reassign staff appropriately.

The primary need is for supplemental coding of inpatient and emergency room cases. The second priority is the coding of clinic and ambulatory surgery cases. At this time there is no anticipated volume for clinic and ambulatory surgery cases. It is expected the bulk of all coding will be inpatient and emergency room cases.

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