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Medical Billing in a Medical Examiner's Office

Last post 06-03-2019, 10:48 PM by james clark. 2 replies.
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  •  08-26-2018, 2:15 PM

    Medical Billing in a Medical Examiner's Office

    Good afternoon, everyone

         Currently, I am a student at a community college in North Central Florida. I am interested in becoming a Medical Coder/Biller for a Medical Examiner's office but I am not confident in my personal research. I still have unanswered questions and would like any information or help pertaining to Medical Billing as it applies to FDLE or in general terms. 

         I am pursuing my degree in Health Information Technology which automatically grants me the certification to be a Medical Coder/Biller. My College has the proper certifications to allow me to take to RHIT Exam. 

         I am also curious to see if this forum will be helpful after I have obtained my degree as I have never posted in a forum before.

    Thank you for any information or helpful tips as I intend to make this my career.

    Sincerely, Kirstin  

  •  02-19-2019, 6:28 AM

    Re: Medical Billing in a Medical Examiner's Office

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  •  06-03-2019, 10:48 PM

    Re: Medical Billing in a Medical Examiner's Office

    Billing must be simple and without confusion
    While it seems obvious that using billing software improves your workflow, many entrepreneurs are still overwhelmed with frustration when it comes to billing. Many of them create invoices using invoice templates from Excel or Word , two programs that are much more useful for other tasks than billing.