Have you tried clinical documentation specialist and coding? Its often called CDI, or CDIS, in this pandemic they really want those, because you are recording essentially what is happening in America right now, and clarifying the documentation for accuracy.
However, because you are brand new to cdi it will be tough to get a remote position, it is very specific in how you can formulate your queries (main part of your job) to send to providers
Most hospitals do part remote and part on site, so you will work remote 3 days and onsite two
When you get your experience then you can snag remote full time
the basic qualification for this job is to be an RN or a foreign trained physician they love if you have your CCS certification but you would have to be Cdi for a year minimum to sit the exam. CDI has been named one of the top 5 occupations in America to be in because of the work life balance it offers.
-there are some drawbacks that may make people adverse to this role, it is based on preformance there is a required amount of charts you need to review a day and a reauired amount of queries you need to review a day, if you aren’t meeting it consistently, you may not be working much longer.
-if you are remote some people cant stay on track and/or feel isolated
theres more but this is just an overview
a much easier remote job to obtain right away is triage nursing via telephone.
Your resume is fine I'm sure, non bedside job, non patient care jobs are very competitive ,
but keep applying,