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Marina Hall

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Member since: Mar 03, 2012

Back in the early 90's I was a single mom raising two boys. I had two little adorable faces dependent on me and I needed a way to feed and support them. As a way to supplement my income I started learning Medical Billing and found this to be an industry that provided stability and a continuous income. I have been a Certified Medical Reimbursement Specialist (CMRS) since 1992 and today I am also a Medical Billing and Insurance Coding Instructor helping others learn this exciting rewarding career! Over the years I have worked with some pretty extraordinary physicians who are compassionate, caring and loving. They love their patients and their patients LOVE them! But they struggle with the business part or administrative part of their practice. As you probably know there are two sides to a practice. There is a "service" side and then there is a "business" side. The business side is the one they struggle with and frankly I found out that most of them would prefer to not be bothered with the administrative side so they could just focus on what they went to school for, taking care of the patient.

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As an outsourced medical billing company I get many questions regarding Medicare. I will keep track of these questions and publish some of them periodically in one of my articles. Below are answers

Insurance> Medical Billing l 2 years ago

In part II of this article we will further discuss costly medical billing practices. In some cases, these have led to the loss of medical licenses for false reports include billing unnecessary

Insurance> Medical Billing l 2 years ago

Obviously, to receive proper reimbursement it is very important to have accurate coding practices for all health care practitioners however; here are several reasons. A group that is often involved

Insurance> Medical Billing l 2 years ago

A provider has the responsibility for making sure that the correct level of service was provided and the proper code was used for billing. This duty cannot be passed on to someone else. The physician

Insurance> Medical Billing l 2 years ago

Running a thriving private medical practice can have its every day challenges. There are quite a few aspects of running a practice that contribute to keeping your staff and yourself productive. One

Insurance> Medical Billing l 2 years ago

As was discussed in part one of this article the risks of using the technology of electronic medical records shows many things that physicians should be aware of and also how to reduce legal risks.

Insurance> Medical Billing l 2 years ago

Electronic medical records are currently the new trend that most physicians are heading towards. This practice has been a way for physicians to improve the care of patients, reducing costs and to

Insurance> Medical Billing l 2 years ago

It's very common for physicians that have a small private practice to a mid-sized group of physicians to feel overwhelmed by paperwork in order to process their billing. Many physicians now are

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physicals are starting to wonder if they are earning what they deserve. A study was done by the internet site Medscape which received over 15,000 responses from doctors from 22 different specialties

Insurance> Medical Billing l 2 years ago

An emergency room physician in Rhode Island lost her privileges due to her posting some notable cases on Facebook in which she never used the patients name or ages. To the hospital's and physicians

Insurance> Medical Billing l 2 years ago

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