Mar 6th, 2019
Job hunting has changed drastically from 20 years ago when newspaper classified ads and personal interactions were the best way to find open positions. You would go door to door to apply, make telephone calls, and snail mail and fax resumes and cover letters to the employers. Today, you scour through thousands of job listings ...
Favorable outcomes require a plan for gathering information, conducting interviews, and bringing in legal counsel. By Erica Lindsay, PharmD, MBA, Esq. To maintain effective compliance, healthcare entities may have to conduct internal investigations. To ensure efficiency in the process and consistency in the results, you’ll need a solid and enforceable company policy for compliance. Let’s ...
AAPC’s Vice President of Member and Certification Development Raemarie Jimenez, CPC, CDEO, CPB, CPMA, CPPM, CPC-I, CANPC, CRHC, CCS, AAPC Fellow, is the go-to-girl for all things related to certification at AAPC. You may even say she is an AAPC celebrity with all the answers. Let’s see how she answers some of the FAQs our ...
Five tips to move you ahead of other job applicants. You created the perfect cover letter and resume, and submitted it with a job application for that coding, billing, or practice management position you really want. And now, your golden opportunity has come: You’ve been called back for an interview. Here are five tips that ...
To play the role of a successful employee, you have to look the part. Looking for work is hard enough: Don’t hurt your chances with a wardrobe that fails to make a good impression. Here are a few insights from individuals “on the front lines,” with the responsibility to fill open positions within their organizations. ...