Guide to Medical Billing and Coding, The (2nd Edition)

Medical billing is one of the fastest-growing employment opportunities in the United States today. Insurance companies, medical offices, hospitals and other health care providers are in great need of trained personnel to create medical claims. This book will ensure learning the skills necessary to become a successful medical claims biller. It is presented in a comprehensive, yet user friendly way, following a logical learning format beginning with a broad base of information and then, step by step, following the course for creation of a medical claim.

This book teaches the skills necessary to become a well-rounded medical biller. By completing this course of study with a satisfactory grade, the user will be granted a certificate and can have the opportunity to work towards an “Honors Certificate”, which is even more valuable to a potential employer.



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Customer Review: Sets a standard for hands-on training manuals and entry-level texts in medical billing

This book is designed as a practice companion for The Guide to Medical Billing and Coding and it is an ideal self-teaching text for those who use or plan to use MediSoft Patient Accounting. It has six sections that cover computer basics, MediSoft Patient Accounting training, simulated work program, sample documents, simulated cash and window payments, and simulated patient file forms. Each chapter has clear learning objectives, MediSoft Screen captures, exercises, summary, and end-of-chapter exercises. Upon reading the text and completing the exercises, the medical billing student will certainly know how to run a basic billing function in a practice using MediSoft Patient Accounting.

The Practice of Medical Billing and Coding sets a standard for hands-on training manuals and entry-level texts in medical billing.

Yuval Lirov, Practicing Profitability – Billing Network Effect for Revenue Cycle Control in Healthcare Clinics and Chiropractic Offices: Collections, Audit Risk, SOAP Notes, Scheduling, Care Plans, and Coding

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