It all depends on your title/position...I worked in a Gastroenterology group for five and a half years as a billing/insurance clerk. I posted insurance payments, worked denials, worked AR reports, collections, coded and audited physicians charts, entered daily charges, transmitted electronic claims to clearinghouse, answered patients questions regarding bills, verified insurance coverage, entered patient demographics, obtained referrals and precertification, and many other tasks.
Today I work for a hospital as a coder/analyst and I don't have any interaction with the public and I do sit in my cube most of the day and just code. It is a change of pace from what I am used to but I am begining to like it.
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