Thoroughly revised and updated, Medical Office Procedures is a text-workbook that introduces and describes the tasks of a medical office assistant's career; teaches records management, medical communications, and scheduling skills; and describes procedures for preparing patients' charts and bills. Practice management, electronic health records, and finances are also addressed. Multi-day simulations provide real-world experience with physician dictation. Managerial skills are also included.
The Workbook for use with Medical Insurance, 6e, is intended to strengthen, reinforce, and expand student learning of the skills and concepts presented in the text. This workbook complements the text and follows the same learning outcomes as Medical Insurance, 6e. The workbook has been updated to reflect the changes in the main text.
The sixth edition of Medical Insurance: An Integrated Claims Process Approach emphasizes the medical billing cycleËten steps that clearly identify all the components needed to successfully manage the medical insurance claims process. The cycle shows how administrative medical professionals Ëfollow the money.Ë Medical insurance specialists must be familiar with the rules and guidelines of each health plan in order to submit proper documentation, which then ensures that offices receive maximum, appropriate reimbursement for services provided. Each part of the book is dedicated to a section of the cycle followed by case studies to apply the skills discussed in each section. These case studies can be completed with the electronic CMS-1500 at www.mhhe.com/valerius6e or using simulated Medisoft exercises in Connect Plus, McGraw-Hill's homework and assessment platform.