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Work from Home Medical Billing, Advice, and More!

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Work from Home Medical Billing, Job Advice and More!

For certification in medical billing and coding, find information here –

1. American Health Information Management Association

2. American Academy of Professional Coders

Companies that hire for online medical billing and coding…
1. Amphion Medical –
2. Lexicode –
3. The Coding Network –
4. Pyramid Healthcare Solutions –
5. Aviacode –

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33 thoughts on “Work from Home Medical Billing, Advice, and More!

  1. This is my problem… With all of the companies you’ve mentioned, and ones
    I’ve seen while job searching, requires experience. YEARS of experience. I
    have the education, the certification, but the experience is what I lack. I
    have everything to throw on the table, but that one qualification. And it’s
    just so frustrating because this one thing that is SO important is
    literally dragging me down.

    1. how was the schooling? is it really hard? I’m interested in this career. im
      hoping to get certified through a community college program. Any useful
      information would be helpful

  2. I just lost my job this week. I have been considering working from home
    now. I’ve actually looked into medical transcription too.

    1. +DHBW Fans my current MCB certificate program offers an apprentice work but
      due to my current situation I won’t be able to attend these “on site” jobs.
      I was hoping to get certified as a coding and billing specialist and just
      get straight to working under a company at home vs starting my business 😑

    2. +Atiya Karim I will be honest, most companies offer work at home to ones
      with a few years of experience. It will better to start in a medical
      facility first then transition to work from home.

  3. what are the chances of me getting hired after being certified?I know some
    require you to have experienced working

  4. DHBW, thanks for your video, it’s very informative. I have graduated from
    medical billing and coding. I am working on my associates degree and
    studying to prepare for my CBCS certification exam. Is it possible to work
    from home for a billing service or clearing house?
    Thank You
    Peggy Sue

    1. +Peggy Sue It is 🙂 The problem with most companies is they require at
      least 2 years or more working in the field. I would suggest starting with
      your local physicians and hospitals just to gain the experience.

    2. +DHBW Fans I am planning on looking for a position in billing for some type
      of insurance company. I have been unsure of the names of billing services
      to apply to. I understand what Yasmin is saying about being frustrated by
      not having work experience to qualify for available jobs.

    3. +DHBW Fans PS. yes i understand why they wouldn’t hire someone with no
      experience in the field to work from home. You have to earn the that
      privilege. DHBW Fans, are there really legitimate typing jobs where you can
      work from home? Something like that would be perfect, ‘while I’m still in
      school.

  5. hey ,if anyone else trying to find out school for medical billing and
    coding try Elumpa Medical Guide Alchemist (Have a quick look on google cant
    remember the place now ) ? Ive heard some great things about it and my
    brother in law got great success with it.

  6. hey ,if anyone else wants to learn about medical billing coding training
    try Elumpa Medical Guide Alchemist (just google it ) ? Ive heard some
    extraordinary things about it and my partner got great results with it.

  7. can you do a video on refresher courses for medical coding and billing. I
    went to school for medical assistant in 2001 and never got a job. I
    currently work as a cna and I am finishing up degree in health care admin,
    but I want more income in my home so I am looking into refresher courses so
    I can get certified and work as a coder and biller

  8. I’m not sure but ,if anyone else trying to find out medical billing coding
    training try Elumpa Medical Guide Alchemist (do a google search ) ? Ive
    heard some interesting things about it and my cousin got cool success with
    it.

  9. interesting points ,if anyone else wants to uncover medical billing coding
    training try Elumpa Medical Guide Alchemist (do a google search ) ? Ive
    heard some pretty good things about it and my m8 got cool success with it.

  10. Very useful information….but….What about entry level positions? I have
    already completed my certificate course at a school and have been
    certified. I have NOT achieved my state certification. If I never get the
    chance to have at a position in billing/coding how will I ever get a 2-3
    year experience level? Thanks

  11. Thank you very much for this very informative video! I am considering a
    mid-life career change after being forced into semi-retirement due to the
    recession. Medical billing and coding seemed like a good choice. From what
    I can tell, in order to gain that two or three years experience (after you
    are certified), you must first try to find an in-house entry level job,
    such as at a clinic or hospital, before you will be hired for a remote (or
    work from home) encoding position. Is that about right? :)

  12. Hello can i ask a question
    Can i ask how to study medical coding from home for beginners with no
    medical background where to start ? To be certified and pass the exam

    1. Ahima.com or aacp.com have list of approved school in medical billing. One
      that I’m aware is on the list (I’m training for medical billing and coding)
      is careerstep.com

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