Infographic: OER Textbooks Cut Costs - Getting Smart by Getting Smart Staff - Infographics, OER
It's been said before. The cost of college is rising between tuition, housing, and textbook costs. Yet, one area to cut spending for students is in the cost of learning materials. Open educational resources (OER) have been sweeping the market, especially with the helpt of higher education movers and shakers like Saylor.org and Open Courseware Consortium. The infographic below shows how open textbooks can save students big money on earning an education.
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billco,highschool,high,school,georgia Please note: The CD packaged with this product is no longer compatible with most current operating systems. Today’s fast-paced and constantly changing health-care environment demands that you find the answers you need quickly and easily. This brand-new approach to billing and coding teaches you the who, what, why, when, and how of proper diagnostic and procedural coding, claim form completion, and medical recordkeeping. A reader-friendly, easy-to-grasp…
Coding Notes: Medical Insurance Pocket Guide
coder, coders, coder's A DAVIS’S NOTES BOOK! Increase your confidence with the expert guidance you’ll find in the 2nd Edition of this easy-to-use guide. Text, tables, and grids make finding the information you need to understand medical billing procedures and billing and coding a snap. Davis’s Notes signature style, write-on/wipe off pages for note taking, spiral binding, and thumb tabs, make this a must-have reference that you’ll rely on every day.
The Changing Face of Appeals in Medical Billing
Gone are the days when denied claims were dealt with in either of the following 2 ways. Your clinic handyman takes a photocopy of the rejected claim and stamps “APPEAL” in big bold letters or some such thing and sends it via the UPS to the insurer. Or else, against your better judgment, you call…
Coding Complexity, Meaningful Use and the Value of Innovation
Guest post written by Davide Zaccagnini, MD., Director of Medical Informatics at Nuance on coding complexity, meaningful use and the value of innovation
What Does the Future of Medical Billing Look Like?
What Does the Future of Medical Billing Look Like? An inside look into how the ICD-10 transition and EHR adoption is changing the medical billing industry
New ICD-10 Codes To Try Parody Video
New ICD-10 codes to try parody video that highlights a few new diagnosis codes for the ICD-10 transition created by practice management software, Nuesoft
How to Successfully Optimize Your EMR to Benefit Your CDI Program
How to successfully optimize Your EMR to benefit Your CDI program by getting a clear handle on those EMR templates, along with whose handling them.
Nuance Healthcare Provides Insight Regarding Latest HIM Acquisitions
Carina Edwards from Nuance Healthcare provides insight regarding latest HIM acquisitions as it strives to revolutionize HIM solutions for ICD-transition
The Best Twitter Responses to the ICD-10 Delay
A roundup of the best Twitter responses to the ICD-10 delay that was announced by the HHS of the final rule that changes the deadline to 10/1/2014
ICD-10 budget cartoon -
With the recent ICD-10 delay to 10/1/2014, I do not think hospital leadership will have any problems including ICD-10 in their 2013 budgets. Image Credit: 3M HIS
4 Lessons Learned from HIPAA 5010 That’ll Benefit Your ICD-10 Project
ICD-10 has far more impact and involves far more change to people, processes and technology than HIPAA 5010. Here are 4 lessons learned from 5010 that can leveraged for your ICD-10 project