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Heather Martinez, CPC, OHCC, CPC-I, PMCC
She is a long standing member of the AAPC and in 2010 served as the Vice President of the local chapter in Wichita, KS. She also served on the medical advisory board at Butler Community College in 2008. Heather has written, published, and copyrighted an ICD-10-CM Training Manual which has been used by instructors in other college settings. She has also participated in the development of curriculum in the areas of billing, coding, compliance, and auditing. Heather has worked in the capacity of a Billing/Coding Manager and Lead Medical Instructor for the past 15 years.
Coding With Confidence
Don Self & Associates
Don Self & Associates
It quickly became clear to me that there was little guidance available to medical coders regarding career development and professionalism. I set out to fix that, and that’s why I began Project Resume."
American Medical Billing Association
The Certifying Board of the American Medical Billing Association (CBAMBA) has proudly credentialed over 10,000 certified medical billers. The Certified Medical Reimbursement Specialist (CMRS) is the longest standing medical billing certification in the industry (18 years). Only those individuals who are AMBA members are allowed to acquire and retain the CMRS credential.
AMBA - American Medical Billing Association
Dr. Richard Willner
Peer Review Justice
Concise Medical Coding Solutions
Concise Medical Coding Solutions, LLC
Midnight Medical Coding
Midnight Medical Coding
Pietro Ingrande, RHIT, CCS
With over 44 years coding experience, including teaching and educating as well as managing, directing, and supervising HIM staff, we are proud to have taught many individuals who have gone on to become Director of Medical records, Asst Director, Coding Supervisors as well as helping prepare hundreds of individuals prepare and pass the CCS exam and start their coding careers.
Currently, as a Registered Health Information Technician (RHIT, CCS), as well as an AHIMA ICD-10-CM and ICD-10-PCS Trainer and Ambassador, we have put together a highly succesful ICD-10-CM and ICD-10-PCS training program designed to help transition coding professionals, clinical documentation specialists, billers, and others involved with coding transition to ICD-10-CM and ICD-10-PCS.
Leslie Johnson, CPC
She is the creator of AskLeslie.net website http://www.askleslie.net which is dedicated to upholding the highest ethical coding and billing standards in the spirit of sharing ideas, strategies and expertise through networking and education.
Career highlights include: teaching Medical Billing, Coding sand Auditing to Anesthesiologists, CRNA, Endocrinologists, ENT, FM, IM and their staffs; guest speaker for DecisionHealth, The Coding Institute and AAPC; expert panelist for The Coding Line, podiatry specialty group; contributor to Becker’s ASC Review Online and BC Magazine.
Coding & Auditing specialties including Spine, Pain Management, Anesthesia, General Surgery, Cardiothoracic, Orthopedics, Ophthalmology and more.
Barbara Cobuzzi, MBA, CPC, CPC-H, CPC-P, CPC-I, CENTC, CPCO
Merrilee Severino, CPC, CMM, CPM, NC
She manages continuing education for BC-Advantage Magazine, has been on the advisory board for Central Florida College, and is Past President of Tampa Bay Chapter of POMAA. Currently she is the Member Development officer for the Wichita Chapter of AAPC.
Your Business Medic
Deepa Patel, CPC
After many years of working in different healthcare fields, I have found out that many physicians and healthcare companies are not effectively getting their collections from both insurance companies and patients. I have learned that many offices often do not know they have a problem with their accounts receivables until there is no money in the bank. Reasons vary from not knowing how to check insurance correctly, or errors with practice management systems that makes tracking outstanding AR difficult, credentialing issues, changes and updates to the submission process, changes in regulations along with a slew of other reasons.
On The Money Medical Billing