Our Current NHS Clinical Coding Vacancies

Every individual who comes into the NHS’s care has their own story. A Clinical Coder logs the data of patients’ visits and ensures a clear picture is available to any staff who are involved in their treatment. By preventing any crucial patient information slipping through, clinical coders protect both patients and medical staff.

A Clinical Coder takes the details of a patient, their diagnosis and each step of their NHS visit, and converts it into data and code. Taking the treatments and experience of a patient and compiling an accurate record preserves the information for easy access in the future. As well as convenience, this also provides an element of security, ensuring that each patient’s condition is accurately logged.

Investigating and recording all aspects of a patient’s journey from start to finish can lead to internal improvements as well as better patient experiences. It can be the difference between missing details and exemplary care. Clinical Coders must liaise with other medical staff to confirm that patient data is correct. As technology moves forward in treatment and data capture alike, they are also expected to innovate and pitch ideas as to how the recording and storage of patient information can be bettered.

Jobs in the Clinical Coding sector

Project Manager - Diverse Team - London

Posted: 15/02/2017

Location: London

Salary: £45000 - £50000 Per Annum + Bonus, Pension

NonStop Pharma are actively searching for an experienced Project Manager to join on of our rapidly growing clients in London. For this position, you will be managing projects in the early phase...

Experienced Mobile Vending Operator

Posted: 27/01/2017

Location: London

Salary: £16000.00 - 16000.00 Per Year

An experienced mobile vending operator is required for a Central London route. The role entails driving around the City and East End of London cleaning and filling a range of coffee, snack and cold...


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