Online Adjunct Faculty--Medical Billing and Coding Fundamentals

Brigham Young University Idaho

United States

October 15, 2021

Description

Posting Details

Official Title Online Adjunct Faculty--Medical Billing and Coding Fundamentals

Department Online Learning Administration Position Type Online Adjunct Faculty (Remote) Position Summary

Online instructors are employees of OLL Services LLC. The LLC provides online support for educational institutions affiliated with The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, including Brigham Young University-Idaho, BYU Pathway Worldwide, BYU Hawaii, and Ensign College.

Online Environment OLL Services LLC is supported and guided by The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Those hired through this employment posting will primarily instruct courses for Brigham Young University-Idaho and BYU Pathway Worldwide. Online instructors employed by the LLC are expected to support the missions of the institutions to which they are assigned to teach. All employees are required to agree to maintain the standards of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints as defined by the Institutional Honor Codes and other applicable policies, both on and off campus, 24 hours a day. To review the Honor Code, please go to www. churchofjesuschrist.org/church-education/honor- code. As an employer affiliated with The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, OLL Services LLC prefers to hire qualified members of the Church in good standing, as authorized by federal law.

Position Summary This is an interest list posting for Medical Billing and Coding courses.

MCO 180 – Introduction to Medical Billing and Coding. Introduces students to the Revenue Cycle and how it affects the payment of services involved in the medical industry, as well as HIPAA laws and violations. Topics include collecting patient demographics, types of insurance plans, claim form submission, patient billing, third party payments, denials, and collections. This course is also an introduction to subjects that will form the basis for Body Systems and Medical Coding courses, which are to follow. Topics include an overview of body structures, the organization of body systems, introduction to CPT (procedures), ICD-10-CM (diagnoses), and HCPCS coding, as well as the use of modifiers and coding guidelines.

MCO 201A – Body Systems 1. Companion course to MCO 201B and should be taken prior to or in conjunction with MCO 201B. This course builds upon the information learned in MCO 180 or 195A. Further exploration into several body systems are discussed in terms of Medical Terminology, Anatomy and Physiology, Pathophysiology, and Pharmacology. Students will be expected to understand and apply the knowledge from this course to reading and comprehending patient charts and documentation.

MCO 201B – Medical Coding 1. Companion course to 201A and should be taken in conjunction with 201A. This class builds upon the information learned in MCO 180 or 195A and MCO 195B. Medical Terminology, Anatomy and Physiology, Pathophysiology, and Pharmacology from unidentified patient chart notes and operative reports are analyzed and assigned CPT, ICD-10-CM, and HCPCS codes to bill the patient and/or their insurance. MCO 201B will introduce specific body systems, and use: CPT, ICD-10-CM, and HCPCS to completely, and accurately code documented diagnoses and procedures.

MCO 202A – Body Systems 2. Companion course to MCO 202B and should be taken prior to or in conjunction with 202B. This course builds upon the information learned in MCO 180 or 195A and MCO 201A. Continued exploration into several body systems are discussed in terms of Medical Terminology, Anatomy and Physiology, Pathophysiology, and Pharmacology. Students will be expected to understand and apply the knowledge from this class to reading and comprehending patient charts and documentation.

MCO 202B – Medical Coding 2. Companion course to 202A and should be taken in conjunction with 202A. This class builds upon the information learned in MCO 180 or MCO 195A and MCO 195B, MCO 201A, and MCO 201B. Diagnoses and Procedural coding for specific body systems, from unidentified patient chart notes and operative reports, will be analyzed and assigned CPT, ICD-10-CM, and HCPCS codes to completely, and accurately code documented diagnoses and procedures.

MCO 203A – Body Systems 3. Companion course to MCO 203B and should be taken prior to or in conjunction with MCO 203B. This course continues to build upon the information learned in MCO 180 or MCO 195A, MCO 201A, and MCO 202A. Continued exploration into several body systems are discussed in terms of Medical Terminology, Anatomy and Physiology, Pathophysiology, and Pharmacology. Students will be expected to understand and apply the knowledge from this course to reading and comprehending patient charts and documentation.

MCO 203B – Medical Coding 3. Companion course to 203A and should be taken in conjunction with 203A. This class continues to build upon the information learned in MCO 180 or 195A and MCO 195B, MCO 201A, MCO 201B, MCO 202A, and MCO 202B. Diagnoses and Procedural coding for specific body systems, from unidentified patient chart notes and operation reports, will be analyzed, and assigned CPT, ICD-10-CM, and HCPCS codes to completely, and accurately code documented diagnoses and procedures

Online adjunct faculty mentor students and facilitate teaching and learning. They uphold the mission, values, and standards of BYU-Idaho and The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. They support the BYU-Idaho Learning Model and participate in an online teaching group.

As teaching opportunities for the course arise, interest list applicants selected for further review will be asked to participate in our interview process (this does not require travel to Rexburg).

Search keywords: coding, billing, medical terminology, pathophysiology

Knowledge, Skills and Experience

Bachelor's degree or higher and professional experience in a related field desired.

MCO 180: Billing experience with some coding experience. CPC certification preferred.

MCO 201A, MCO 202A, MCO 203A: Experience in the medical field. Currently, we have RN's teaching our courses. They will be addressing topics such as Medical Terminology and Anatomy, along with some pathophysiology and pharmacology.

MCO 201B, MCO 202B, MCO 203B: CPC certification and coding experience

While online and/or classroom teaching experience is helpful, it is not necessary

BYU-Idaho is an equal opportunity employer and does not unlawfully discriminate on the basis of race, nationality, gender, age, disability, or veteran status. BYU-Idaho reserves the right to prefer members in good standing with The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.

Work Schedule

Online adjunct faculty work from home. The schedule is flexible but should equate to approximately 3.5 hours per week for each course credit hour.

Anticipated Start Date Pay Rate Posting Date Closing Date Open Until Filled Yes Special Instructions

If you haven't already done so, it is very important that you visit the BYU- Idaho Online Learning website to view eligibility requirements and the online instructor application process www. byui.edu/online/employment. Before applying, please watch the 2.5 minute video outlining online instructor roles and responsibilities. When filling out your application, please keep in mind the following:

  • Complete each section of the application in detail; do not overlook completing the employment experience section as it requests some information not commonly found in resumes

  • Failure to provide requested information within the application will affect consideration of your materials

  • Reference letters are neither required nor accepted

  • In your COVER LETTER, provide responses to the following:

    1) List the specific courses for which you would like to be considered (MCO 180, MCO 201A, MCO 201B, MCO 202A, MCO 202B, MCO 203A, MCO 203B.) 2) Describe in detail the function of billing in which you have been involved.

    3) Describe in detail the type of experience you have had in the medical field.

    4) Are you currently certified in medical coding ( CPC)? What type of coding have you done? Did you specialize? Do you do Professional or Inpatient Coding? (professional is preferred since we do not focus on Inpatient coding for this certificate.)

  • Attach PDF of CPC Certification or other related certifications to your application under “other document”.

  • BYU-Idaho is limited to hiring in states where a hiring presence has been established. A list of these approved states can be found on our website www. byui.edu/online/employment

  • Individuals who are currently part-time employees for another entity of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints or who are retired from Church employment are not eligible for part-time employment with BYU-Idaho

  • You may receive text notifications from BYU-Idaho Online Employment concerning next steps for your online teaching application. These notifications are sent through a third-party service. Standard texting rates may apply.

  • Contact Info

    recruitment@byui.edu

    Supplemental Questions

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  • How did you hear about this employment opportunity?
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  • If you selected 'Other' as your answer to the previous question, please share how you heard about this employment opportunity. (If you did NOT select 'Other,' enter NA as the answer.)
  • (Open Ended Question)

  • I affirm I have read the Special Instructions section of this posting for additional information related to applying for this position.
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  • How much experience do you have as a professional instructor/teacher (college, institute, high school, seminary, etc.)?
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  • 1-3 semesters
  • 2-3 years
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  • Please indicate your level of experience learning and teaching online.
  • I have no experience with online learning or teaching.
  • I have never taught an online course but have taken online courses as a student.
  • I have never taught an online course but have used online components when teaching in a traditional class setting.
  • I have taught one or two online courses.
  • I have taught several online courses.
  • Indicate your experience with learning management systems (Canvas, Blackboard, Angel, Moodle, etc.).
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  • Some
  • Experienced
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  • Current part-time employees or retirees of any entity of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints are not eligible for additional (concurrent) employment as part-time employees at BYU-Idaho. Please indicate if you are currently working for, have worked in the last 12 months, or if you are a retiree of any Church entity (this includes BYU-Idaho). If so, please identify the employer and your last date of work. If this is not applicable to you, please enter N/A as the answer.
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  • Individuals who are employed as online instructors must physically reside in one of the approved states where BYU-Idaho has established a hiring presence (see https:// www. byui.edu/online/employment for a list of states). If offered a position with BYU-Idaho, are you able to comply with this requirement?
  • Yes
  • No
  • Though not physically on campus, online instructors agree to maintain the standards of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints as defined by the Institutional Honor Code, both on and off campus, 24 hours a day. (To review the Honor Code in detail, please go to www. churchofjesuschrist.org/church-education/honor-code.) Specifically regarding dress and grooming, employees should maintain a clean and well-cared-for appearance. Hairstyles should be neat, avoiding extreme styles or colors. Men should keep their hair trimmed above the collar and the ear. Sideburns should not extend below the earlobe or onto the cheek. Men are also expected to be clean shaven; beards are not acceptable. Mustaches, if worn, should be neatly trimmed and may not extend beyond or below the corners of the mouth. Earrings and other body piercings are unacceptable. Women should not have excessive ear piercing (more than one per ear) and other body piercings are not acceptable. If offered a position, are you able to comply with the employee standards of the Honor Code?
  • Yes
  • No
  • Watch the 2.5 minute video regarding online instructor roles and responsibilities located at https:// www. byui.edu/online/employment (copy and paste this link into your browser). I affirm I have watched this video in its entirety.
  • Yes
  • No
  • As referenced in the video, BYU-Idaho online instructors facilitate pre-developed courses and are required to utilize the curriculum, materials, and assessments that have been created by BYU-Idaho course councils. Instructors are able to personalize courses through facilitation strategies and best online teaching practices.
  • Yes, I understand.
  • No. I will contact BYU-Idaho Online Employment and Scheduling for further clarification.
  • Online instructors often share testimony of gospel principles within the context of an online course. I understand gospel integration is a vital part of course facilitation. (Because of this, regular ecclesiastical clearances are an ongoing part of employment.)
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  • No. I will contact BYU-Idaho Online Employment and Scheduling for further clarification.
  • Online instructors receive constructive feedback, evaluation, and coaching regarding their online teaching.
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  • No. I will contact BYU-Idaho Online Employment and Scheduling for further clarification.
  • A critical online instructor responsibility is to develop meaningful personal relationships with students in their courses.
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  • Online instructors must be able to commit to actively engaging in their online course at least five days a week (Monday-Saturday).
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  • No. I will contact BYU-Idaho Online Employment and Scheduling for further clarification.
  • Online courses serviced through BYU-Idaho may include students who have matriculated from the PathwayConnect program. These students often come from diverse cultural and educational backgrounds and may have developing language skills.
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  • Required Documents

    Required Documents

  • Resume
  • Transcript 1
  • Cover Letter
  • Optional Documents

  • Transcript 2
  • Transcript 3
  • Curriculum Vitae
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