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Old 03-24-2017, 11:37 PM
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I have a question.

I want to become a computer programmer but I want to have a job where I can have coding experience. unfortunately computer programming do not have any certificate courses you have to get a degree in it. I seen medical coding has a certificate and courses are not so long...

My question is can medical coding be a good start for me. I am willing to get certified if it is worth it. I am willing to take the courses but I need to know where and how? What certifications are needed? How much does the courses cost? do you actually need the courses to take the certification test or can I study myself and just pay for the test? How much does the testing cost? where do you go for the testing? Is medical coding anything like computer coding (ex: websites, games, etc)

I am not expecting to work from home (It would be nice) but I know things will be difficult.
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Old 09-14-2017, 06:51 AM
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Hello everyone,
My name is Karl. I work as a therapist in a local clinic of Minneapolis. For me, the most difficult and exhausting is billing part. It takes the major part of my time. I understand that managing my paperwork faster, I could increase the number of patience treated. Instead I'm wasting time with the billing. What ways to ease it you can share from your personal experience?
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Old 09-15-2017, 02:32 AM
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Bill out daily. This is the main rule I follow. When you do it regularly, there is no high amount of paperwork accumulated.
If you faced some issues, include a patient in rejection. Usually if you have a three-way call, you will have positive results.
I've decided to use professional support. There are a lot of companies helping physicians to manage paperwork.
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Old 07-06-2018, 01:02 PM
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I am sorry but this is a scam job created to promote the program. Medical billing/coding programs - from less than scrupulous schools - often hype earnings potential and downplay how hard it is to break into the field. Working from home in this field is even tougher. You will need years of experience as well as many well-established contacts to provide you with multiple revenue streams. Small doctors offices can't afford to pay you the kind of money in the ad.
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