Just Coding:Stress and the everyday coder
Stress is a common theme for health care professionals and it’s not going anywhere anytime soon. AAPC member Lois Mazza, CPC recently wrote an article for Just Coding on stress for the everyday medical coder.
“Stress can be hard to define as what stresses one person may not bother another person at all,” she wrote. “Everyone has different levels of tolerance. Nor is stress inherently a problem. It is the effects of stress that cause the problems. Those who study stress and its effects believe stress can cause a myriad of troubles, both physical and emotional.”
Read the full article here.
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