First off....you do have experience. You work in a physician practice and in a small practice like the one you currently work in I am assuming that from time to time you cover for another person. You know the flow of the office, referrals, authorizations, timely filing rules, correct claim submissions, documentation, medical necessity. You know the ins and outs of patient charts, eobs. I was 24 when i got hired as an office manager and I was a coder at the time. I had never hired or fired. I knew nothing about malpractice..i knew nothing about alot of things. But I learned quickly, bought books on how to manage staff, I asked questions, and I learned how to run an office. You need to sell yourself on your ability to take the experience that you already have and be able to apply that to this current job. Every practice is different so there is always a learning curve in a new job.
As for the other 2 managers....thats not for you to worry about. They will see the type of person you are.....good luck, i hope you get it.
If you like, I can give you my email and i can help you with the transition. I know all about malpractice!!!!!
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