Month: February 2017

UNREALISTIC EXPECTATIONS

Virtually every new person enters the medical coding field expecting to make an ‘above-average salary while working at home’. Unfortunately, that is not REALITY for many new coders! Over the past decade, and particularly in the pre-ICD-10-implementation phase, new coders routinely needed at least at 12-18 months to secure their first employment opportunity. That changed…
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Idea!! Patient Advocate/Navigator

  Today’s family structures often require the ‘Wage-Earners’ to be part of The Sandwich Generation. They find themselves ‘sandwiched’ between caring for their children, earning a living, as well as caring for aging parents and family members – many of whom have assorted medical issues. When you consider families who are also dealing with mental…
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