Here's a collection of Medical Billing Business Books from reputable sources on how to start and succeed. This includes straight forward info on getting clients, writing contracts, marketing your business, and pricing your services.
Most of these medical billing books are available electronically (eBooks) so they can be delivered immediately - no waiting!
Over 90 pages of straight forward answers on starting a profitable and successful home based billing business - this might be the most important book you can read.
We answer the most important questions everyone has:
Based on our experiences starting and operating a successful medical billing business. Learn from our mistakes. We spent over $3000 on training materials and software we never used - and didn't need.
Includes FREE bonus Medical Billing Terminology reference ebook.
Great ideas and how-to on starting and building a successful Medical Billing Business. When I read Alice and Michele's book, I find myself nodding in agreement so much. They obviously know what they are talking about as evidenced by their successful business. Learn how to find new doctors and what the “Porsche Drawer” effect is.
Such a relevant book for these times! The Newest marketing book with effective ideas for your medical billing service. Whether you're a new billing service just starting out or an established one trying to grow in this challenging economy.
This 84 page book does a great job explaining why this is a great time to start a medical billing service in this economy and the opportunities it presents. It gives you new fresh ideas for getting appointments, signing up new clients, and teaches you new methods that are more effective and quicker than traditional marketing techniques.
A must read for pricing your services for those just starting a business and the established medical billing service. This book can really help you choose the best method for pricing your services.
Gives real world examples and experiences we can really relate to - so you won't have to make the same mistakes. The stories and antidotes really hit home!
A comprehensive 82 page guide to writing a contract for your medical billing service. Information on contracts, Errors & Omission insurance, compliance plans, as well as a whole section on pricing for your medical billing business.
I wish it was available when I was getting started. It sure would have saved me a ton of time and money. This is a collection of medical billing books that includes the following:
This comprehensive library of medical billing books will provide you a solid foundation.
It's one thing to start a business. Learn how to grow your business efficiently and effectively. After you've started your medical billing business, you're ready to grow. From going full time to hiring employees.
Medical Billing Live also offers Discount Packages of Medical Billing Books which include combinations of the above books at a discount:
If wanting to start a home business, get a book written by someone who has started a successful billing business or currently operates one. Their advice will be a lot more valuable than someone who writes a book about starting any business and tries to apply it to medical billing. The unique challenges and character of medical billing can only be explained by someone who has experienced it.
Look for medical billing books with useful information on contracts (this could be a separate book in itself), pricing your services, how much you can expect to make, whats required to start a business, software, clearinghouses, etc.
Marketing Your Services
Marketing a medical billing business is a topic worthy of a book on its own. It's one of the most important aspects to a successful medical billing business. A book that gives good marketing ideas and advice (like Alice & Michele’s above) is invaluable. Getting clients is one of the biggest challenges when starting a medical billing business.
Learning techniques to convince a doctor to give your billing service a chance is invaluable. Good marketing books should have innovative marketing techniques, how to find clients and what they want to hear, what to say when you meet with a doctor or office manager, and services to offer to distinguish you from the competition.
In summary if you want to learn about all the different facets of billing, obtain good books from reputable authors and plan on using multiple resources to reach your career objectives - whether to get a steady job or start a business.
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We are working with a toxicology lab and using CLIA cups. I am getting such conflicting information as to what my practice can bill for. I want to make
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Hi. I am an LPC (Licensed Professional Counselor) in Arkansas. I am not eligible to bill Medicare. My client has Medicare part B primary and BCBS secondary.
Mar 07, 18 07:45 PM
Hi. Thinking about a career in medical billing and coding and would like to become certified in medical coding if I go that route. What's the cheapest
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