October 2011 Online Medical Billing News
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Start a Career in Medical Billing and Coding — the Business Side of the Medical Industry
Get on the financial side of the medical industry by becoming a medical biller or coder. Online medical Billing work in the health care field, assisting medical providers with the financial end of their practices.
Medical billers are responsible for billing patient visits and accounting receivable management functions for health care providers. Medical coders, on the other hand, apply specific codes to all the medical procedures and supplies indicated in a transcribed medical record. Medical billers and coders have the option to work inside the medical office or to work from home.
Be a certified medical biller and coder and get an opportunity to earn more than $50,000 annually.
Contact us at 888-360-8764 to find out how to get started.
Support a Cause
October is National Breast Cancer Awareness Month
Breast cancer is the most common cancer in women in the United States aside from skin cancer. It is also the second leading cause of cancer deaths in American women with an estimated 40,170 deaths in 2009 alone.
Although women are most likely to be affected by breast cancer, men are also susceptible to developing the disease.
The goal of National Breast Cancer Awareness Month is to promote awareness, share information and provide greater access to health services.
Be informed. Visit www.nbcam.org to know more.
Meditec is Now on Facebook
Share, post and comment about your Meditec experience on our Facebook Page. Whether you plan to offer tips, ask questions or simply want to meet friends, Facebook is a perfect venue to share your experience with fellow Meditec students.
Spread the word and help us reach more fans.
Let us know your Meditec experience and what we can do to improve. We can’t wait to hear from you. See you on Facebook!
Kevin Christensen had a career as a computer programmer, designing and writing systems for medical clinic practice management. Over the years, the language that he wrote in (Pick) was becoming more of a legacy language and the ability to find employment had greatly diminished. Having a desire to find another more flexible and interesting career, he turned to medical transcription. The State of Utah Job Training Program recommended Meditec, where he has happily matriculated ever since.
“My mother was always into decorating. Before Halloween she would rack her brain weeks ahead to come up with some new “scary” that she hadn’t used before. One year her new idea was to hang a “bloodied woman” from the top of our home.
When I got home from trick or treating on Halloween night, she told me that we surprisingly had few visitors. The next day at school, my classmates told me that they skipped our house because the body hanging from it looked too real. They were too scared to approach our home. I only later learned that my mother had used some of MY old clothes that my classmates recognized. They were afraid my mother had lost her marbles and it was ME hanging from the house!”
Ana McNatt, Instructor