BC Advantage: ‘Why Become a Medical Auditor (or, Better Yet, A Certified Professional Medical Auditor)?”

Susan Reehill, CPC, CPMA, CEMC, shares her experiences as a medical coder and auditor. She shares the evolution of reimbursement over the years and recommends that many coders should look at become medical auditors as the market is in need of top notch professionals. She recommends that coders go for the CPMA credential. The article is online but you must be member of BC Advantage in order to view the piece.

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One Response to “BC Advantage: ‘Why Become a Medical Auditor (or, Better Yet, A Certified Professional Medical Auditor)?””

  1. Tamara says:

    I am currently a Medical Billing and Coding Adjunct Instructor and I have been thinking about starting a Medical Billing and Coding Auditing/Consulting business. I would like to know what I would need to do in order to get started. What contracts would I need, how would I begin to make contacts for area physician offices and hospitals, what type of insurance will I need and what credential, if any would I need in order to get started? If you can please assist me I would great appreciate it.

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