Medical Billing

A cousin has been encouraging me to work as a medical billing specialist and claims processor after the 2010 May election (home-based work, still).  I’m thinking about considering to start learning something about it coz of the high likelihood of my boss’s move to Florida, and I’m not sure what is gonna happen with our team if the quality assurance analyst will leave a position vacant.  We had an offer  before (another account), which I personally refused and my two coworkers s accepted, and after some time pulled out because the QA wasn’t from our team.  My reason of declining the job was it required a Monday schedule.

I’m not worrying.  I’m being optimistic surging forward.

I don’t have any idea about this billing process and coding or any familiarity with ICD (International Classification of Disease) aside from the fact that it is used to classify diseases and other health problems recorded on many types of health and vital records including death certificates and health records.  This would entail for sure long bouts of flipping through pages.

The Medical Transcription Industry Association of the Philippines Inc. (MTIAPI) brings the opportunity to the Filipino medical professionals to break into the medical coding and billing career, a rewarding and celebrated health care profession currently monopolized by US residents.

The MTIAPI is inviting all those interested to a medical coding and billing workshop on Feb. 10-13 and 15-16 at the Philippine Trade Training Center in Pasay City.

Medical coding and billing professionals are important members of the medical office team working with doctors, dentists, hospitals, pharmacies, nursing homes, insurance companies, health maintenance organizations (HMOs), and other healthcare facilities and consulting firms.

Called the training center, got the details and next month they will schedule another one.

Organizer:  DL Media Focus International Inc.

Tel # 8564954 / 8897763

Anyway, I’m not a journalist so I aint in a hurry.

Each morning the manna came. Each evening the quail appeared.

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