Working for HRS

Have questions about working with HRS? See below for answers to frequently asked questions:

How do I apply?

You can click this link to submit your information. You can also email your resume to Jodi Coplan-Rogozinski, director of talent acquisition ( or call 1.800.329.0365 for more information. If you meet HRS’s qualifications, you will need to take an online pre-employment test.

What are the minimum requirements for a new hire at HRS?

Coding applicants must have at least 3 years of coding experience; experience in more than one facility is preferred. All coders must be credentialed by either AHIMA or AAPC.

Will I need to take a test?

All applicants must successfully complete a pre-employment test in their area(s) of expertise. If you perform well on your test(s), you will be asked to participate in a telephone interview.

How many hours do I need to work each week?

Coders must work a minimum of 18 hours per week. Above that, they can work any number of hours. HRS requests that coders work on a consistent schedule week-to-week, according to an agreed upon schedule. The time of day can be flexible from week to week.

Does HRS offer benefits?

Yes, employees who work 30 or more hours per week are eligible for benefits. Benefits can include health insurance, 401(k), ICD-10 training, ICD-9 and ICD-10 coding materials, encoder, as well as seminars for CE credits and PTO. Laptops are provided to full-time coders.

Can I work remotely?

Yes. HRS’s coders work remotely almost exclusively. The main office is located in Baltimore, Maryland.

What type of coders is HRS looking for?

HRS is always looking for strong coding talent. We need all types of coders—inpatient or outpatient, facility or pro-fee—to help support our clients’ needs.

Will I have to travel?

No travel is required.

What kind of training do you offer?

All coders are paired with a trainer to orient them to the client. The trainer will help guide them through all points of access as well as teach them the client system(s) and hospital specific coding guidelines. Coders are responsible to read all training materials and become proficient within the client’s systems. Training also includes coding feedback and productivity review to ensure coders are meeting client standards. Additionally, all coders are offered biomedical education classes remotely, as well as ICD-10 training.

Who will I report to?

Our corporate remote coding manager is responsible for managing all HRS coders. We also have a senior manager of technical training dedicated to helping coders get started with each client.