When you think about healthcare careers, you may first think of doctors and nurses, and those working directly with patients. However, there are many behind-the-scenes professionals who are also critical to keep the healthcare system running smoothly. Medical billers and … Continue reading How to Get into Medical Billing and Coding
The demand for healthcare is growing rapidly, along with the need for health professionals at every corner of the field. From nurses to physicians, radiologists to medical coders, employment of these professionals is booming across the board. At the same … Continue reading Is Medical Billing and Coding as Hard as it Seems?
Medical billing and coding is an emerging and essential component of the healthcare system. The field is largely dedicated to reimbursing health providers for the work they do. Without medical billers and coders, physicians and other care practitioners would not … Continue reading Where Do Medical Billers and Coders Work?
Medical billers and coders are a type of health information technician whose role is dedicated to cataloguing patients’ medical data. They are responsible for reviewing medical records, converting the data into a universal medical code, creating claims based on that … Continue reading Medical Billing and Coding Salary Information in Connecticut
When most people think of the healthcare field, they think of surgeons in the operating room, doctors bustling about the hospital, and nurses caring for patients in need. While these are all essential roles in healthcare, they are not the … Continue reading 6 Non-Clinical Healthcare Careers You Can Pursue Today
Medical Billing and Coding is an essential and emerging area of the healthcare field. Its key role is to streamline the reimbursement cycle of the healthcare system, ensuring that medical providers (such as physicians) are paid for the services they … Continue reading What is Medical Billing and Coding?
“It’s a good day.” Ordinarily, that would be one of those off-hand remarks like “nice weather,” but it’s clear that in Katrina LaChance’s world a “good day” means a lot more. Katrina’s first encounter with Goodwin College began in 2002 … Continue reading “It’s a Good Day”: Personal Challenges Inspire Goodwin Graduate to Help Others
Are you organized, meticulous, and technologically-driven? Do you have an analytical mind and an interest in the medical field? Do you want to work in a medical office, but prefer behind-the-scenes work over direct patient care? If so, a medical … Continue reading How to Become a Medical Coder in 3 Steps
Despite popular belief, not every student sets out for college directly after high school graduation. Some have other priorities or to-dos to check off their lists. Some are not ready to spend money on a program they aren’t fully confident … Continue reading The 4 Best Careers to Go Back to School for as an Adult
Healthcare is by far one of the top thriving fields today. So much, in fact, that experts predict healthcare will quickly become the largest employment sector of the United States economy. Within a decade, over 2.3 million jobs will become … Continue reading 7 Reasons to Pursue a Healthcare Education Today
The healthcare industry is currently experiencing record growth. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the medical field is expected to have the fastest employment growth among all other industries and the most job openings between 2014 and 2024. Alongside … Continue reading What the Growing Healthcare Industry Means for Medical Billers and Coders
The demand for healthcare professionals is increasing at rapid rates, with a projected 2.3 million job openings by the year 2024. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, “The healthcare and social assistance major sector is expected to become the … Continue reading Find the Right Career Path in Health Care
For those who want to pursue a healthcare career, the necessary schooling can seem daunting. Fortunately, Goodwin offers 3 accelerated medical career programs. Continue reading 3 Medical Career Programs That Can Be Completed in Less Than 18 Months