So, I've been thinking a lot lately about the medical coding industry just in general, and I realized there are a lot of myths out there! I could probably name more, but for purposes of this post, I'll just go over two. Let me just preface this by saying--this is just my opinion ok? Hopefully… Continue reading 2 Myths About Medical Coding
So I've been thinking about all the extra things I use on a daily basis for my job. I'm not talking about coding books or office supplies or anything like that. I'm talking about little things that just make the day a little easier and just more comfortable. Everything included here are products I really… Continue reading 5 Weird But Essential Things For Medical Coders
If you're in the medical field, or are currently taking a medical coding and billing class, you've no doubt heard the words "medical coder" and "medical biller." You might even think these jobs are the same because the names sound similar. Sometimes (especially in smaller practices) these roles are combined. But even though these positions… Continue reading What Is The Difference Between A Medical Coder and a Medical Biller?
Well, this isn't specifically about coding, but it's related. Anyone out there use 2 monitors for coding at home? For starters, in case you're wondering but are afraid to ask--No this post does not have affiliate links and I don't "get" anything for writing this. I wanted to write a review on a monitor I… Continue reading Review of Asus USB Portable Monitor
Many times, if you're looking at advertisements for coding schools, you'll see a picture of a young woman working at a laptop. She looks happy and she may be even holding a baby on her lap. I've also seen other advertisements where there's a picture of someone coding at the beach. I'm not trying to burst anyone's… Continue reading The Reality Of Being A Medical Coder Who Works From Home