Jul 9th, 2019
Have a plan to save your livelihood when natural disaster strikes. With today’s technology, medical coders, billers, and other healthcare business professionals can complete all the technical and administrative aspects of their job from the comforts of home. If you are a remote employee, or work from home on occasion, have you considered what would ...
In September, Natalie Johnson, senior marketing manager at Coding Services commented on an AAPC GoFundMe Facebook post that supported Louisiana flood victims. She mentioned AAPC’s efforts to help members during the Louisiana flood crisis. In particular, she gave heartfelt accolades to the AAPC member who called to make sure she was OK. Healthcare Business Monthly ...
Oct 1st, 2016
When disaster strikes, word spreads fast, and AAPC members rush to help each other. August was a life shattering month for most of Louisiana. After prolonged downpours, Louisiana’s rivers and waterways — particularly the Amite and Comite rivers — rose to record levels. Rainfall exceeded 20 inches in many areas. The hardest hit was northeast ...
Every practice should develop a disaster response plan. Fire, flooding, blizzards, earthquakes, high winds, and more can cause havoc if you haven’t prepared to handle them, documented your process, and discussed it with staff. Data recall can be enhanced by storing information offsite, either as a physical file periodically sent to a fortified location, or ...