What you do while pursuing employment can make or break your chances. By Jennifer Monroe, CPC, CPPM, AAPC Fellow Medical coders and billers are in demand, but that doesn’t mean finding your dream job will be easy. Here are some pointers to help you get the new position you want. Research the Employer You’re not ...
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 ...
Increase your chances of a promotion by helping your healthcare organization grow and succeed. The complexity of coding, and the technical opportunities that many practice management systems offer, create the need for highly skilled career coders who want to learn and develop professionally. Healthcare organizations and physician offices look for these employees, whose valuable input ...
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. ...
Work together to achieve mutual admiration and respect. People become physicians to take care of patients. Coders are tasked to help physicians identify the services they render for accurate reimbursement. Coders and physicians need each other, and can work together successfully when they have the right tools and the right attitude. Gather Tools and Adjust ...