Issues With Medical Coding And Billing

When you buy a health insurance plan, you expect it to be there for you when you need it most. In exchange for your monthly premiums and a certain deductible and co-insurance percentage, you are purchasing financial security in the event of a severe health issue. Treatments for major conditions like cancer can cost millions of dollars. In an attempt to maximize their revenues, health insurance companies seek to pay out as little in claims as possible. While detecting health insurance fraud is a laudable goal (and catching medical fraud helps everyone save on individual health insurance premiums), innocent people get caught in the crossfire.

When you buy a health insurance plan, you expect it to be there for you when you need it most. In exchange for your monthly premiums and a certain deductible and co-insurance percentage, you are purchasing financial security in the event of a severe health issue. Treatments for major conditions like cancer can cost millions of dollars. In an attempt to maximize their revenues, health insurance companies seek to pay out as little in claims as possible. While detecting health insurance fraud is a laudable goal (and catching medical fraud helps everyone save on individual health insurance premiums), innocent people get caught in the crossfire.

When you buy a health insurance plan, you expect it to be there for you when you need it most. In exchange for your monthly premiums and a certain deductible and co-insurance percentage, you are purchasing financial security in the event of a severe health issue. Treatments for major conditions like cancer can cost millions of dollars. In an attempt to maximize their revenues, health insurance companies seek to pay out as little in claims as possible. While detecting health insurance fraud is a laudable goal (and catching medical fraud helps everyone save on individual health insurance premiums), innocent people get caught in the crossfire.

For the purposes of billing, quality improvement, statistical reporting, and medical Coding Support Specialist Medical Coder POTENTIAL FOR ADVANCEMENT administrative issues of a patient’s medical history and care. Students

• Works with medical staff to resolve coding issues and associated problems. • 1-2 years of hands-on experience with medical billing, medical coding or a combination of the two. and salary requirements to jobs@ucera.org or fax at 808-536-7315. UCERA is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

PROFESSIONAL MEDICAL BILLING ONLINE- HSC 1519- 070 *****Register at any time***** (UNDERSTANDING HEALTH INSURANCE: A GUIDE TO PROFESSIONAL BILLING & CODING) Legal Issues As a result of the course the student will:

Medical Coding and Billing with a starting date of May 20, 2013. Medicare, insurance claim forms and legal issues. SALARY: The College offers a competitive salary based on credentials and experience. HOURS: Varies.

Coding, Billing, & Documentation address essential components of coding, billing, and medical record documentation including: Coding or documentation issues caused by system or other deficiencies outside of the control of the