Jun 1st, 2013
Because nobody likes being wrong, you must be delicate and effective when pointing out error. By Brandi Tadlock, CPC, CPC-P, CPMA, CPCO Every position in healthcare administration occasionally requires the ability to tactfully offer constructive criticism. Understanding when, where, and how to critique the work of your colleagues is critical to ensuring your message is ...
Mar 1st, 2013
By Ida Landry, MBA, CPC Knowing coding and billing rules, and following them with integrity, is key to success. Compliance is an important part of medical coding. Novice coders are instructed early on that “correct coding is the No. 1 objective,” and “if it isn’t documented, it wasn’t done.” These rules of thumb are the ...