1 04, 2022

Guiding Medical Coders to Career Success: Finding Your Passion

By |2022-04-01T21:18:28-04:00April 1st, 2022|Coders' Corner|1 Comment

by Ann Barnaby, CPC, CRC, CASCC Coding is hard to explain to someone who has never heard of it. What’s even harder to explain is that medical coders can work in any number of fields, in a variety of companies, and in numerous capacities. A simple “medical coder” search on a job site may yield hundreds of jobs that are exactly as medical coding is described; coding medical charts, reviewing quality of code selection, meeting team and personal goals. That environment is certainly the “bread and butter” of the medical coding employment, but it is important to remember that many

3 02, 2021

Plan Your Work and Work Your Plan: A Thirty-day Plan for Coding Credential Success!

By |2021-06-12T21:32:57-04:00February 3rd, 2021|Coders' Corner|Comments Off on Plan Your Work and Work Your Plan: A Thirty-day Plan for Coding Credential Success!

by Angela Lima, BS, CCS, CDIP, COC, CIC, AAPC-Approved Instructor Do you need a coding credential? Perhaps your job requires it. Have you been considering sitting for the Certified Coding Specialist (CCS) or Certified Coding Associate (CCA) exams offered by AHIMA? Is the thought of attempting these difficult-to-achieve coding credentials overwhelming? You can do this! And we can help! Libman Education offers free 30-day study plans to help CCS or CCA candidates prepare for these coding credential exams. The 30-day study plans are set up so that you study about an hour a day and take some days off. Adjust

22 10, 2018

Take the Certification Exam! Just get started!

By |2018-10-22T18:23:57-04:00October 22nd, 2018|Coders' Corner|2 Comments

by Sandra Macica, MS, RHIA, CCS Whether you want to take the CCA or the CCS certification exam within the next few months, I encourage you to just get started.   You don’t have to do it right; you just have to do something! Any preparation that you do will improve your coding expertise and benefit your future self. You are not alone; many people struggle getting prepared for what seems to be a big task. The key is to break the task down into manageable pieces, for example our 30-day study plan is set up so that you study about

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