Earning certifications can increase your confidence and shape a more rewarding career path for the future.
How to Further Your Career as a Medical Coder Are you currently feeling stunted in your career growth? If your goal is to advance in the medical coding career, it’s important to be strategic with how you approach your professional development in the industry.
Through clinical education programs, you’ll give your HIM employees the skills to identify clinical indicators for the purposes of more accurate medical record documentation.
As an HIM professional, one of the best ways to stay competitive in the industry is to attend annual conferences.
Hospital-based cancer registries are not regulated by any specific entity on a state or national level.
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There’s no denying the healthcare industry is competitive. Health information management (HIM) professionals, in particular, must do everything they can to showcase their talent in the workforce.
Developing Outpatient Coding Education Lynn Thornton, RHIA, CCS HIM Education and Compliance Manager When developing education for HIM coders it is essential to look at the opportunity to including clinical, technical and regulatory guidance.