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  • ladylion0813@yahoo.com
    Jul 16, 2008
      Thanks for all info. When approaching provider by phone trying to get their business on an outsource basis, do you have suggestions on how to get that 1st meeting?
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      -----Original Message-----
      From: Carol Roush <carol.roush@...>

      Date: Wed, 16 Jul 2008 07:53:28
      To: <MedicalBillers@yahoogroups.com>
      Subject: Re: [MedicalBillers] Collections

      Luckily, I'm not the one that has to clean it up. I got the front office job instead because the previous front office person got fired. She was losing money for the office. As for my supervisor, she is already stressed out. LOL. I as well as the new medical biller, try not to bug her with extra stuff. We do ask questions when needed when we don't know the answer. Turn over for the office all took place this month. So now the patients/clients have to get use to us as well as the proper way to be billed. The patients/clients have gotten apologies and politeness from us newbies in the front office. They will get use to us as well as we will get use to them. :)

      --- On Wed, 7/16/08, Terry Pierce <tpierce301@...> wrote:

      > From: Terry Pierce <tpierce301@...>
      > Subject: Re: [MedicalBillers] Collections
      > To: MedicalBillers@yahoogroups.com
      > Date: Wednesday, July 16, 2008, 2:36 PM
      > Honey welcome to the day in a life !!�Yes I am sure we have
      > all experienced these types of days some�more than others!
      > Now wrap all that up with Insurance companies holding onto
      > your money for no reason, and try to deal with
      > moody�people.� You really need to just breathe deep and
      > let�all the drama roll off of your back like a duck, and
      > focus on the bigger picture.. The provider, if you are
      > stressed out like crazy that doesn't do any good for
      > you or the provider.� Remember you are just there 8 hours
      > a day and not all things will get�done every.� The key is
      > to 1 prioritize and set up a good process that all can
      > follow and stick to the process, if�you notice that
      > something can be done�differenlty or better than modify
      > the process.� Don't forget lots of people inherit
      > messes to clean up on jobs, you will truly be the star and
      > go to person if you keep your�cool and keep a�good
      > attitude.� Just like fantasy island�when Mr. Rourke says
      > smiles
      > everyone, and hey the more you�smile�the more you
      > beleive it the more people around you will smile too!!
      > Great Luck to you Girly!!
      > �Terry J. Pierce, CPC
      > ----- Original Message ----
      > From: Carol Roush <carol.roush@...>
      > To: MedicalBillers@yahoogroups.com
      > Sent: Wednesday, July 16, 2008 10:04:26 AM
      > Subject: [MedicalBillers] Collections
      > Hello Everyone :)
      > OK, so I'm sooooooo happy I didn't get the billing
      > job at my office. The person who did get it, has been
      > frustrated everyday. This isn't a job that is for
      > beginners and I was just that. I'm glad the front
      > office position opened up for me just in time. I feel awful
      > for the biller. She is part-time and really needs to be full
      > time to clean up the mess that front office person left
      > behind before she was fired. What is sad is that the owner
      > of the speech therapy clinic gave her full trust in the
      > previous front office person and didn't learn much
      > about the programs to train the new biller. I probably
      > would have walked the first day on the job if I had gotten
      > that job. The biller will just be there for a year since
      > she will graduate and go on to a speech therapist
      > internship. I'm seriously thinking that when my
      > supervisor goes to hire again for the job, they should be
      > experienced. From what I can tell, my supervisor/owner of
      > the clinic uses Leonardo
      > MD for submitting claims. Anyone heard of it? When the
      > biller went to call and ask for help on walking her through
      > on how to do something, the rep didn't even know what
      > she was talking about. My coworker buddy (the biller) got
      > really frustrated. The owner/supervisor was sold this
      > program with the fact that there would be help or
      > assistance. My supervisor called to complain and someone
      > with experience called and helped, finally. Whew!
      > As for collections, that was a mess too. A scary mess! The
      > biller is now getting calls from patients saying that never
      > got an invoice before. Um, right because the front office
      > person wasn't sending them! OR, she wasn't posting
      > all the payments. Everyday, it's something new and
      > nothing but drama! The biller and my supervisor have been
      > dealing with a patient who doesn't want to pay his bill
      > because he says he didn't like the services. Odd, his
      > child kept coming to the appointments! ugh! He could have
      > found someone else for his son. He did sign a contract
      > agreeing to policy and procedures of the office and paying.
      > I figure this will be thrown out of court.
      > Anyone else deal with this stuff?
      > Thanks!,
      > Carol :)
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