Archive for the Week of May 15, 2005

Archive for the Week of May 15, 2005

Welcome to the medical billing blog archive for the week of May 15, 2005.

Here you will find links to every article added to the Outsource Management Group web site during the week of May 15, 2005.

You can browse this week's archives by clicking the "More" button from any of the excerpts below.

Medical Billing Appeal Problems

Medical billing and coding is an exciting medical career many choose to participate in. Though this career is highly rewarding and lucrative, there are problems that you will run into.The most reported problem for those in the medical billing field is denial claims. It is sometimes difficult to get a claim paid at all, much less on time. Sometimes a denial program will help you with such a program and increase your cash flow. is a tool that many in the medical billing and coding field initiate to help them with their billing and collecting. uses the latest technology to help with payer’s denial claims. They help bridge

Where To Train For Medical Billing And Coding

Careers in medical billing and coding are becoming more popular every year. There are several institutes that offer medical billing and coding training online so that you do not have to quit your day job to go to school. You can still earn money through your full time job and take courses online until you are certified and can make the career switch. Most schools that offer online courses can be completed from your house. Once registered with the school of your choice they will send you all the materials you need. You will do lessons and take tests online and then earn your certification or diploma. The time it

Proper Coding Equals Paid Insurance Claims

There are a number of reasons insurance claims remain unpaid. To understand them, let’s look at one very important aspect of the medical billing process. Proper coding. This is one of the most important, and one of the most complex, aspects of medical billing. There is a number, or code, assigned to each and every medical condition and procedure imaginable. This procedure was put in place to standardize the industry. Although it seems to complicate things, the codes are meant to make it easier for medical providers, insurance companies, and the government to communicate efficiently. This standard language can provide an easy snapshot of an individual’s health and healthcare, and

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