You know the drill, when you go to the doctor’s office your first step is usually filling out a bunch of paperwork.

Not sure how what you learn in school translates to the “real world?” Here’s a quick look at how those good study habits you create during school will help you be successful on the job.

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.

Going to school is stressful by itself, adding in the real world makes it even harder.

The medical world has just completely changed. Welcome to ICD-10.
Every medical procedure, diagnosis and treatment you’ve had has been coded has been the same way since 1979. That’s the same year the Sony Walkman was invented.
Imagine if you saw someone walking around with one of those…no…

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…