Clinical Coding Contract Recruitment

We have focused on the Clinical Coding market for over 14 years, to help satisfy the continued increases in demand we experience from clients across the UK. Starting in 2010, we identified that NHS Trusts across the UK were struggling to recruit high calibre Clinical Coding staff which held significant financial consequences. Tom Blakey and the team dedicate their time to speaking and networking with a mixture of Coding Managers and Coding Professionals throughout the UK, working across both NHS and Private Sector clients.

The service has developed to meet a multitude of needs and as a result, we can be very flexible in how we engage. 

OUR CAPABILITIES

  • Over 500 registered Clinical Coders, Auditors and Managers
  • Relationships with 60+ NHS Trusts, private sector healthcare providers
  • Clinical Coding managed services - purchase a set number of days (e.g., 100) to provide ad-hoc fast response coding support when you need it
  • Weekend Project support – if you have limited space during the week we can provide coders at weekends
  • Contingent support from 1 day to 12 months
  • Off site clinical coding (undertaken remotely)
  • Accredited CCS NMNC (Crown Commercial Services Non Medical, Non Clinical) framework provider (RM6160 and RM6277)

CLINICAL CODING CONTRACTORS CAN EXPECT:

  • Constant updates of Clinical Coding opportunities available nationally both via our website and via email
  • Dedicated support both before and throughout your assignments from GSA Techsource – whatever your experience level
  • Prompt payments via our electronic self-billing timesheet system
  • The most competitive pay rates because of our excellent relationships with NHS and Private sector organisations and our honesty with both our clients and candidates
  • Complete confidentiality, whatever your present situation

CLIENTS CAN EXPECT:

  • GSA Techsource to provide fully qualified and compliant Clinical Coding staff with a proven track record at extremely competitive costs
  • Accurate and honest information regarding the availability and costs of recruiting Clinical Coding staff
  • Expert advice and solutions tailored to each Trust or organisation's requirements
  • A single point of contact providing as much assistance as required throughout the recruitment process
  • Regular updates of developments within coding and the availability of clinical coding contractors

RELATED LINKS

NHS Digital - (formerly the Health and Social Care Information Centre) provides up to date Information, Data and IT Services throughout the healthcare sector – www.digital.nhs.uk 

IHRIM – An excellent source of information regarding up to date information on legislation, best practice and current developments in the health informatics arena – www.ihrim.co.uk

HSJ – A great source of information for current affairs within the Healthcare sector - www.hsj.co.uk

GSA Techsource Clinical Coding Facebook group - https://www.facebook.com/groups/451938828196696/

Keep an eye on our Blog for Clinical Coding related articles and topics for discussion
#ClinicalCoding #ClinicalCoder #NHS #ClinicalData #NCCQ #ACC

PLEASE NOTE THAT NOT ALL OUR JOBS ARE ADVERTISED. If you are interested in Clinical Coding work, either full or part time, but do not see a role that interests you, please get in touch. We will be happy to discuss current requirements or actively search for a suitable role if required.

Active jobs

IT Project Manager

£60000 per annum
GSA Techsource are recruiting for an IT Project Manager who will be working for a large fleet and leasing company.  Your role: As the IT Project Manager, you will be reporting into the Implementation Services Manager. You will be a key member of

Game Content Tester (Entry Level)

£22000 - £24480 per annum
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Software Developer

£25000 - £55000 per annum, Benefits: Remote
GSA are working with a leading software company specialising within the motor industry. The Development Department consists of multi-disciplinary teams of Business Analysts, Software Developers and Software Testers who work together to design and im

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Senior Games Developer (JavaScript)

£45000 - £60000 per annum, Benefits: Fully Remote
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Senior Exhibition Designer

£35000 - £45000 per annum, Benefits: Hybrid Working
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Clinical Coding consultant - hybrid

£230-240 per day
Our NHS client based in the North West of England are looking for a number of experienced Clinical Coders on a contract basis to assist the current permanent coding team. Contracts will initially be for a 12 month period with a high likelihood of extension. This role would be a great transition for any permanently employed coders looking to make the jump into contracting and would require contractors to work on site for 2-3 days per week ideally with the other 2-3 days being based remotely.

Clinical Coding contract consultant - remote

£235-240 per day
Our Midlands based NHS client are looking for an experienced Clinical Coder on a contract basis to assist the current permanent coding team. Contracts will initially be offered on 6 month basis and the role will be fully remote only needing to go on-site to collect the necessary IT equipment. To be considered for the role you will ideally need to be an ACC/NCCQ qualified Clinical Coder with strong Clinical Coding experience and have an excellent track record in terms of your coding accuracy. Non-ACC qualified candidates may be considered if they have significant coding experience.

Meet our Clinical Coding Team

Neil Jones

Neil Jones

Managing Director
Tom Blakey

Tom Blakey

Clinical Coding Recruitment Manager
Lisa Brown

Lisa Brown

Office Manager
Vickie Cox

Vickie Cox

Finance and Compliance Manager

Read our Blogs

21. 04. 2020

Why it’s imperative for PSC contractors to hold business insurance

As I am sure you are all aware, the private sector IR35 reforms have been put on hold until April 2021. What contractors must remember, however, is that IR35 has not changed, just who makes the determination, and how payment is then made. As it stands, it is for the contractor to determine whether or not they are caught by the IR35 legislation. A key to showing that you are legitimately working outside IR35, is to be able to demonstrate you are operating as a business in your own right and therefore not an employee. Holding business insurance has always been a helpful indicator (not the only one) of being in business on your own account. It clearly demonstrates that you are taking on contractual risks and liabilities as you are taking steps to protect your business. The taking on of discernible financial risk is a key indicator of working outside IR35 and the fact that professional indemnity insurance is held demonstrates a financial obligation and responsibility to protect your interests. It’s good business practice to ensure you are taking responsibility for your work and actions, and it protects you should anything unforeseen go wrong. It’s an added bonus if it helps indicate your IR35 status as well. As part of our compliance process, and a requirement of our contract terms, we ensure that our contractors hold the appropriate level of business insurance, however, it is something every PSC should hold for very clear reasons.
31. 03. 2020

RIP, My Dear Friend

It is with great sadness and a heavy heart that I write this. Over the weekend, following a sudden illness, I lost my friend, business partner, mentor to our wonderful team, and mother to the beautiful Milli. Jayne and I have been on quite a journey over the past 9 years, through tough times and great times, ups and downs, seen people come and go, and watched many flourish and grow into amazing colleagues and friends. Our business is people, and Jayne was just the most wonderful, loving and infectious person any of us could ever meet. This is clear from the incredible outpouring of condolences from friends, clients, colleagues, and many, many more besides. Our team is devastated by the loss but I know Jayne would be proud of the support they have shown each other, even in this strange, remote world we find ourselves, and the courage they have shown to pull together to ensure the legacy that we have built together continues to grow and flourish. Jayne instilled in the team a quality to deliver the best service possible to candidates and clients alike, and it is a testament to this that they continue to work as hard as ever to help our clients in this difficult time. Nothing less than Jayne would expect! Jayne will be sorely missed, but never forgotten, and will be forever in our hearts. Rest in peace, my dear friend.
18. 03. 2020

IR35 delayed - a bit late isn't it?

I think I, along with thousands of others, jumped with joy at the announcement yesterday evening by Stephen Barclay MP, the Chief Secretary to the Treasury that the impending off payroll legislation known as IR35 would be deferred until April 2021. As good as this news is, we should never have reached this point with the legislation. The contract community and the wider business community have been arguing for the past 18 months (at least) that it is no fair and is not fit for purpose (as we have seen in the public sector). It’s difficult not to feel that HMRC knew it was a pile of the proverbial a long time ago but wasn’t prepared to lose face by delaying it and simply carried on with it, and now they have a convenient get out by blaming it the current coronavirus emergency. For anyone following IR35 closely, you may have read that the House of Lords ripped HMRC and the IR35 legislation to shreds over the past few days. HMRC was incapable of justifying many points raised by the Lords. I am fully aware of the vast amount of time spent in preparation for April 6th 2020 but agencies, clients, umbrellas, accountants and contractors, the cost of which is immeasurable. Just like in April 2017 when we got sight of the final public sector legislation 2 weeks before the April 6th deadline, we now have clarity just over 2 weeks before the private sector deadline. Maybe HMRC and Gov work in a parallel universe where business has nothing better to do than to react to legislative changes at the very last minute. Let’s hope that the next 12 months give HMRC time to make the legislation more realistic, fair and workable for all. I’m not holding my breath.