I am working as a PPS coordinator in a rehab facility three days a week. This job is pretty great, as I work in a wheelchair and my boss is really easy-going about my time--I can come in pretty much when I want. I was trying to think of how I could pick up some more time when I am able to handle it, and I was thinking of taking some coding classes, as the prn hospital inpatient coders here can work from home. I am interested in other people's thoughts about if this is a good move for a gimp RN such as myself. Coding seems pretty low-stress compared to working on the floor, and being able to work from home would be a godsend. Please, let me know your thoughts!