Elsevier Adaptive Learning for Insurance Handbook for the Medical Office, 14th Edition
Elsevier Adaptive Learning
Corresponding chapter-by-chapter to Insurance Handbook for the Medical Office, 14th Edition, Elsevier Adaptive Learning combines the power of brain science with sophisticated, patented Cerego algorithms to help students to learn faster and remember longer. It’s fun; it’s engaging; and it’s constantly tracking student performance and adapting to deliver content precisely when it’s needed to ensure core information is transformed into lasting knowledge.
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Unit One: Career Roles and Responsibilities 1. Role of an Insurance Billing Specialist 2. HIPAA Compliance in Insurance Billing
Unit Two: The Claims Process 3. Basics of Health Insurance 4. Medical Documentation 5. Diagnostic Coding 6. Procedural Coding 7. The Paper Claim: CMS-1500 (02-12) 8. The Electronic Claim 9. Receiving Payments and Insurance Problem Solving 10. Office and Insurance Collection Strategies
Unit Three: Health Care Payers 11. The Blue Plans, Private Insurance and Managed Care Plans 12. Medicare 13. Medicaid and Other State Programs 14. TRICARE and CHAMPVA 15. Worker’s Compensation 16. Disability Income Insurance and Disability Benefit Insurance
Unit Four: Inpatient and Outpatient Billing 17. Hospital Billing
Unit Five: Employment 18. Seeking a Job and Attaining Professional Advancement
Marilyn Fordney, CMA-AC, Formerly, Instructor of Medical Insurance, Medical Terminology, Medical Machine Transcription, and Medical Office Procedures, Ventura College, Ventura, CA
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