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 ...
Feb 6th, 2019
HEALTHCON 2019 (April 28-May 1 in Las Vegas) is for everyone on the revenue management side of healthcare; it provides cutting-edge education, networking, and other professional opportunities. Expert speakers, such as Colleen Gianatasio, CPC, CPC-P, CPMA, CPC-I, CRC, of the AAPC National Advisory Board, help make this a professional event you can’t miss. AAPC asked ...
Clinical Documentation Improvement Specialist and PMCC Instructor Tell us a little bit about how you got into coding, what you’ve done during your coding career, and where you work now. In 1999, I enrolled in a medical reimbursement program at the local community college in Charlotte, N.C. After completing this program, I immediately received a ...
Jan 25th, 2019
Remember the days when finding a job literally meant searching the Help Wanted section of the newspaper? Maybe you don’t, and I’m dating myself. That’s the way it was done back in the day, though. The job listings took up several pages in the paper (no kidding). If a listing looked good, the protocol was ...
Aug 23rd, 2018
Staying connected and networking can be very valuable tools when advancing your career within the coding industry. Often, we turn to each other for advice when it comes to each other’s coding expertise and by seeking advice we are doing a few things. One, we are showing that we are humble and that we do ...