It can be difficult to get a "foot in the door". A suggestion that I have made in the past is to network with providers already familiar to you ie. pedi or OB-GYN or PCP. Another idea is to look at temp agencies as often we hire from temp situations. I hope this helps.
Also be sure to highlight all of your previous experience in the cover letter that you send with your resume. You may have to accept something in billing until they see what you can do! Good luck and keep me posted.
Carol Tourville, CPC
Connecticut Surgical Group
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