Tis the season for caring and sharing… sharing germs that is!
Medical assistants can be the heart of their office. Their job is to keep the office working. They do a bunch of things that help keep their office working at a productive and efficient level.
With the launch of ICD-10, we thought it would be fun to highlight some of the craziest new codes. Some are super impractical (being struck by a macaw?!) while others were needed decades ago (problems with in-laws, duh).
No, it’s not a new Star Wars character…on October 1st, the ICD-10 codes changed big time. Here are the top ten things you need to know about ICD-10.
It’s a HUGE heath care change that impacts everybody! Medical Billers and Coders use certain codes to make sure your health care problems get…
There’s a ton of new info available in the big ICD-10 switch, and a lot of it is good news for both patients and providers!
“ICD-10 makes medical coding a universal language. Critical medical information will no longer be lost in translation, no matter where you might be,” said Carmie…
Your résumé is the window into who you are as an employee. Before you even start writing it, it’s important to think about what you’re going to say.
Let’s face it, it’s a scary world out there! Things are a lot different than they were when we were growing up. All those changes mean we need to be extra aware for our kids. Here are 10 tips to help keep your children safe.