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Medical Billing and Coding Valuable Add-on Skills

Additional Plus Skills May Need Besides of the above basic billing and coding skills a potential candidate must have, there are additional plus skills you may want to master in order to increase your competition. These knowledge areas can increase your chances to get hired. Medical Terminology To code and

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Career Guide Starting a Career in Medical Billing and Coding

Medical industry as one of America’s fastest-growing field, has been showing its exceptional demand recent years. Obviously, this industry involves a large stream of occupations and positions. To what we most familiar about perhaps are Doctors, RNs (Registered Nurse), LPNs (Licensed Practical Nurse) or MA (Medical Assistant). However, they are

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Medical Assisting: 5 Key Skills to Have on Your Resume

If you’re considering a career in the medical field, becoming a medical assistant is a great start. Requiring only one year of training school, being a medical assistant allows you to begin working quickly without spending years in school and gives you the opportunity to gain paid experience in a

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How to Forward Your Career: Medical Assistant Edition

So, you’ve decided that you want to become a certified medical assistant but one question is making you hesitate- what can you do next? How can you advance your career after you have become a certified medical assistant? Lucky for you, there is a wide array of career options to

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5 Soft Skills Required to be a Phlebotomist

A day in the life of a phlebotomist is a lot more than its job description. A phlebotomist is someone who handles equipment for drawing blood and performs phlebotomies through venipuncture. Phlebotomist often work with medical assistant and other medical staff members in major medical fields. Due to the nature

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