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    I was wondering if anyone knows of any legitimate coding jobs that can be done from home. I won't be certified until the end of April. But I'm just wondering if it's possible to be certified and work from home. It would really help my finances. Thanks!!

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    Yes, there are legitimate jobs, but most require a minimum of 3 years experience... and some want even more.

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    Ok so HOW do you go about coding from home? What software do you need, or what websites are the best to go to for this information? I received my coding certificate this month and I have been working as a medical biller/coder since 2006! Any tips would be greatly appreciated!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by lmasonheimer View Post
    Ok so HOW do you go about coding from home? What software do you need, or what websites are the best to go to for this information? I received my coding certificate this month and I have been working as a medical biller/coder since 2006! Any tips would be greatly appreciated!!
    Some places dont requre you to have any software, they provide you with everything. Some even provide the Computers for you.
    While Others, You have to purchase everything.

    You can watch this web site for companys or just do a web search for Remote Medical Coding and see what you can find.

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    I must wonder why in the world people want to work from home.

    Although it seems attractive, home work requires a level of devotion that most people new to the industry may not possess. Having worked at home, I have to say the pay was not worth the quality of work I produced; the pay and hours did not compensate me for all I did and lastly, I can never recover the weekends and nights I spent holed-up at home.

    Truthfully, working from home is a ball and chain. Just be aware of that before you venture forth.

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    Wow Kevin we must be total opposites!!! LOL I have been working from home for about 6 years now and would not work outside of it for anything in the world! There is no way I could come even close to making on the outside what I make at home. Sure, I don't work a "typical" 8 hour day, but that is my choice. I could work when I want, but I work a lot because if you don't work, you don't get paid. I love it... wouldn't change it for anything! However, you have to have a lot of self discipline othwerwise you will not make any money and you will not be very happy

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    What company do you work for?

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    Quote Originally Posted by kevbshields View Post
    I must wonder why in the world people want to work from home.

    Although it seems attractive, home work requires a level of devotion that most people new to the industry may not possess. Having worked at home, I have to say the pay was not worth the quality of work I produced; the pay and hours did not compensate me for all I did and lastly, I can never recover the weekends and nights I spent holed-up at home.

    Truthfully, working from home is a ball and chain. Just be aware of that before you venture forth.

    There are many reasons why someone may want to work from home.
    Single Parents, Military Familys who Move Frequently. Ect Ect.

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    I want to work from home because it would save on childcare. I've taken all my classes for my degree online at home and have had no problem devoting the time to it. I have almost 3 yrs of billing experience and took the exam today (crossing my fingers that I passed)!! When you said you've worked from home 6 years who do you work for? I just wish I could get started working from home soon!!! Thanks!

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    i would love to work from home doing coding would someone please tell me who might be hiring.

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