Information Technology Enabled Services (ITeS)

Improving healthcare and delivering efficiencies

Over the years, the development of new technology has revolutionized the way healthcare industry operates, resulting in an upsurge of IT spending in the medical sector. With the uncertain market conditions, inflation, increasing poverty and more, Healthcare industry now faces more challenges than ever before. We at Pure, keep up with all the budding technology and merge the analytics and expertise to make the world a healthier place.

We help organizations adapt to the digital platforms to build a more cost-effective and consumer-centric marketplace. With an improved infrastructure, we help business to create a collaborative business model that drive value-based care.

We combine technology, data and expertise to power modern healthcare. Through our integrated solutions, we help uncover insights that lead to better outcomes for hospitals, doctors, pharmacies, health plans, employers and the millions of lives they touch. Additionally, it enables healthcare organizations to actively focus on replenishing the guest experience, derive better health outcomes, and provide cost-effective results across the entire Eco-system.


Emergency Department (ED), also known as an accident & emergency department (A&E), emergency room (ER), emergency ward (EW) or casualty department, is a medical treatment facility specializing in emergency medicine, the acute care of patients who present without prior appointment; either by their own means or by that of an ambulance. The emergency department is usually found in a hospital or other primary care centre.

Due to the unplanned nature of patient attendance, the department must provide initial treatment for a broad spectrum of illnesses and injuries, some of which may be life-threatening and require immediate attention. In some countries, emergency departments have become important entry points for those without other means of access to medical care.

Evaluation and Management (E/M) coding is the use of codes from the range 99201-99499 to represent services provided by a physician or other qualified healthcare professional. As the name E/M indicates, these medical codes apply to visits and services that involve evaluating and managing patient health. Examples of E/M services include office visits, hospital visits, home services, and preventive medicine services. Codes for services like surgeries and radiologic imaging are found outside of the E/M section of the code set.

There are more than two dozen categories of E/M codes, from office and other outpatient services to advance care planning. You may find further divisions within each category, such as separate options for new patients and established patients.

The code set uses the same basic format to describe the E/M service levels for many (but not all) categories:

• A unique code, such as 99203;

• The place and/or type of service, such as an office or other outpatient visit;

• The service’s content, such as a detailed history, a detailed examination, and medical decision making (MDM) of low complexity;

• The nature of the presenting problem or problems usually associated with a given level, such as moderate severity; and

• The time usually associated with the service, such as 30 minutes of face-to-face time.

Hierarchical Condition Category.

It refers to a system of medical coding used by insurance companies to determine patients’ future medical needs for the next year. Only life altering medical conditions are recorded in medical coding, such as a diabetes diagnosis, end stage renal disease, and others. HCC Coders only uses ICD-9-CM codes, which are the most commonly, used system of medical coding in US. 12 Error and omission codes, known as EO codes, are appended to the medical coding documentation when necessary.

This system of medical coding allows insurance companies to predict how much money will need to be allotted for certain people in the coming year. That’s why it’s extremely essential for medical coding to be done with complete accuracy and consistency.

HCC Coders requirements

At HCC Coders, we only hire the best medical coders in the US. We prefer candidates who have a minimum of 5 years of medical coding experience, and all our coders must pass a pre-employment exam to be accepted onto our medical coding team. Just about all of our coders work from home, including instructors and auditors. Coders must all hold current coding certifications and have high accuracy ratings to ensure they can deliver excellent medical coding service. Candidates must also have plenty of experience using the Microsoft suite, such as Excel, Outlook, and more.

Qualitative requirements

Coders must also have a strong worth ethic and excellent people skills. We want to make sure you’ll always treat clients and co-workers courteously and respectfully every moment you’re working for HCC Coders. And we hope you’ll be an invaluable part of our team for many more years to come.

We are committed to delivering meticulous coding services to all our clients, and each one of our coder is an important part of that effort. Applying to join our team is fast, easy, and free—applies today!

For more information about HCC Coders and to find out how you can apply to join our team,