Great work ethic
Great work ethic
After spending years in the banking industry, I came to a point where I realized if I didn’t make a move in my career, I’d be stuck in a career that I was not passionate about. I have always had a passion for numbers and math in general. These things have a tendency to stick with me, whether I make a point of it or not. I had heard of medical coding for a few years and the profession always seemed like it would suit me perfectly.
When I did come to the realization that it was "now or never," I chose now, and I quickly began researching different programs that prepared individuals to become coders. After speaking with several friends, I chose to take a course through Mid-Atlantic Coding out of Richmond, VA. I quickly picked it up and thrived on learning as much as I could. I completed the course with a 92, A in the fall of 2017 and passed my CPC exam on October 28, 2017.
I am an enthused and highly motivated worker and am eager to find my first job as an outpatient medical coder and utilize my certification as a CPC-A, as well as my knowledge of anatomy and medical terminology.
I have an extremely well-rounded background. My many years of experience in management, remote business operations and administration greatly enhance my coding experience and training.
With no prior formal medical training, I chose to change careers to medical coding. I am proud to say that I excelled in school, completing the whole course in 50% of the expected time. I got a 96% on my final exam and passed the CPC exam on the first try immediately thereafter.
I have well over 12 years of experience working in a remote position. Furthermore, I have experience as a business owner and an office manager in a remote setting. My computer skills are excellent and I pride myself with eloquent and effective verbal and written communication skills.
Everyone strives to hire exceptional individuals. I am one of those exceptional individuals and would be a strong asset to your company.
Having less prior coding experience than some candidates only means I have picked up no bad habits and I am prepared for every challenge your company can throw at me.
I have attached my resume, my letter of recommendation and my references for your consideration.
Have a nice day and I hope to hear from you.
I am seeking a remote coding (or local Maryland) position for full time, part time, or contract inpatient or outpatient work.
I have recently obtained a CPC certification with AAPC on my first attempt.
I have also graduated from Career Step’s Professional Medical Coding & Billing Program with honors.
Please see my attached resume for more detailed information.
Jade Pirecki, CPC-A
I am seeking a remote coding position, for Full time, part time or contract work. I obtained a CPC certification through AAPC on my first attempt.
Please see attached resume with details on work history spanning 10 years in the Medical field.
References can be available on request.
Heather Coffland, CPC