How to Work as a Contract Coder
PRE-RECORDED AUDIO CONFERENCE
Date: Wednesday, August 22, 2012
Time: Request for replay on any day
Length: 60 Minutes
Speaker:Sue Butler, CPC, CIMC
Broadcast From :Wednesday, September 19, 2012
Broadcast End :Wednesday, September 19, 2012
Opportunity For Medical Coder To Earn Extra Income!
Medical Coding is becoming increasingly complex and directly affects the reimbursement of the providers. As a result, many organizations have chosen to outsource the coding responsibilities to professional contract coders. As a result there are a lot of opportunities for coding professionals to work as outsource coders. Since this is a recent trend, agencies find it difficult to get contract coders. Also with an extremely competitive job market, coding certification is not necessarily a slam-dunk in order to get a job as a part time coder. That means, there are quite good number of opportunities emerging for medical coders.
Register now with this 60-minute enlightening event where our expert speaker Sue Butler, CPC, CIMC, will train you on how to get a job a contract coder. This session will help you push up on the competition and also give you the opportunity to make more money. Some challenges faced in deciding to become a contract coder will be discussed. Also you will learn where to find such positions and what value do you place on your services.
Highlights of the session:
Sue Butler in this 60 minute Audio Conference will provide you insights on following
Qualifications required to work as contract coder
Self evaluation - Questions you should ask yourself – to be sure working as a contract coder
Credentials and experience of the coder that the employer will look for
How to find contract coding jobs opportunities
Discussion on expected coding revenue
Sue Butler, CPC, CIMC,
has worked in the medical field for 30+ years with such specialties as family practice, internal medicine, obstetrics and gynecology, and orthopedics. She received her certification as a Certification Professional Coder (CPC) in 2002 and her second certification as a Certified Internal Medicine Coder (CIMC) in 2009. In January 2009 Sue started her own medical billing service. Sue am an active member of the local AAPC chapter having held all officer positions,.
Sue Butler has been teaching medical billing and coding since 1991 at both a private technical school and hold the lead adjunct faculty position in the medical billing/coding curriculum at Lansing Community College in Lansing, MI. Additionally, Sue teach online classes for Everest University and have presented before staff of Michigan Medicaid.