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Medical billing and coding

medical assisting
by

Rose Nguyen

on 27 May 2010

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Transcript of Medical billing and coding

Medical Billing & Coding Medical billers and medical coders
are two very similar but also
different jobs. Medical Biller are responsible for making sure
everyone is being billed correctly.
involves talking to patients and
sometimes works also with insurance
companies. Medical Coder analyze and code data
does not need to have interaction with patients or insurance companies. WORKING CONDITIONS typical office environment-health care facility or agency setting.
About 40 hours a week.
option of working more hours for more pay.
able to work from home.
independently or large firms
EARNINGS pay starts around $8-$10 and can go up to $30-$40 per hour. customer service JOB OPPORTUNITIES the training involved in medical billing and coding can give you skills for:
bookkeeping
payroll
accounting clerk
medical administrative assistant
office managers
supervisors
directors of billing
director of coding
revenue cycles TRAINING medical terminology
medical billing software
medical documentation evaluation
government programs
proper form completion
anatomy
typing speeds of at least 35 wpm
analytical people person
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