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  • Billing and Coding

    I'm attending RCC in NC for my associates degree in Medical Office Administration. When do you get the confidence to code and the experience. I find that just trying to learn to code is overwhelming. Does anyone have any advice to make it easier. Also I need to interview a professional coder for a class project. If anyone would like to help out it ...
    Posted to HIM Insider: Forums (Forum) by Carol Howell on May 24, 2011
  • Re: Medical Billing and Coding Schools and certification

    I'm actually doing both online and classroom. I find the online harder because there seems to be more work loads. I just hope the hard work will be worth it in the end. Good luck to everyone on their studies and jobs.
    Posted to HIM Insider: Forums (Forum) by Carol Howell on May 24, 2011
  • Re: Medical Billing & Coding

    Hi Dennis, It sounds like you really enjoy what you are doing. Where and when does the confidence come in coding. It is so easy to make a mistake. I'm not sure I'm right for the job because I think the mistake factor would overload my brain. Thanks for the great outlook.
    Posted to HIM Insider: Forums (Forum) by Carol Howell on May 24, 2011
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    Hi Alana, You're not the only one out there. It is a scary place to be. I just finished my first semester in MOA program for my associates. I can only say to stay focused and not give up. I feel like if I can just get through the coding it will be okay. That is what I'm studying right now. So good luck and I hope you have continued success.
    Posted to HIM Insider: Forums (Forum) by Carol Howell on May 24, 2011