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How To Avoid Coronavirus Recession

How to avoid Coronavirus recession  Can we predict the future by looking back in history?  Scientists and futurists have long maintained that studying history and closely inspecting its patterns can be a sure way of telling what is going to happen in the world. Whether or not that is true is debatable, but one thing…

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Three Tips To Stay Engaged And Motivated

Working from home has become the new normal in our lives, with video calls re-defining interpersonal interactions and our long commutes being replaced by a couple of steps from our bedroom to our home desk.  We’ve grown used to it in no time. We’ve done what human beings have always been best at, adapting to…

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The Three Drivers Of Employee Engagement

No matter the industry in which you find yourself, the key to success lies within the people that drive the business forward. Here are the three essential areas to consider for boosting employees’ engagement.  Freedom of opinion There are very few things that will hinder the productivity of your employees more than an environment where…

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Tackle the Minimum Wage Problem by Outsourcing Employees

Now that the economy is finally on the mend after the never-ending pandemic slump, it is now time for businesses to pick themselves back up by their bootstraps and start making money again. And they are. Employees are physically going back into the office, people are hustling and bustling to and from their jobs, and…

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How To Avoid Coronavirus Recession

How to avoid Coronavirus recession  Can we predict the future by looking back in history?  Scientists and futurists have long maintained that studying history and closely inspecting its patterns can be a sure way of telling what is going to happen in the world. Whether or not that is true is debatable, but one thing…

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Three Tips To Stay Engaged And Motivated

Working from home has become the new normal in our lives, with video calls re-defining interpersonal interactions and our long commutes being replaced by a couple of steps from our bedroom to our home desk.  We’ve grown used to it in no time. We’ve done what human beings have always been best at, adapting to…

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The Three Drivers Of Employee Engagement

No matter the industry in which you find yourself, the key to success lies within the people that drive the business forward. Here are the three essential areas to consider for boosting employees’ engagement.  Freedom of opinion There are very few things that will hinder the productivity of your employees more than an environment where…

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Tackle the Minimum Wage Problem by Hiring Out-of-State and Remote Employees

People are back to business in 2021. They are shopping, investing, creating, collaborating, buying, and selling. Businesses and organizations are finally beginning to recover from the blow the pandemic had on the economy and their bottom line. However, there is now something else economically related to pay attention to, which is the increase in the…

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How To Have a Successful Transition Back To Work After Working From Home

After the COVID-19 pandemic made catastrophic waves around the world, employers who could, sent their employees home to work, not quite knowing when things would be back to normal. After almost a year and a half with vaccinations available, organizations and businesses are finally requesting employees come back face-to-face at least part-time if not full-time.…

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Creating Independence in the Workplace

In light of Independence Day in the United States, this month’s theme is…independence.  Are there ways in which you can be more independent and productive during your 9 to 5? Take a minute and think of actions that you take (or don’t) that prevent you from taking control of your duties and responsibilities, as well…

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How to Stay Active When Your Job is Sedentary

Working in a setting in which you must be sedentary most of the day can have health implications. Those who work in offices, cubicles, or those who frequently travel, often sit the majority of their day—and most of the time these individuals are in front of a computer or a meeting. There are physical and…

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8 Qualities That Make the Perfect Medical Biller

It takes a special person to successfully work in the world of medical billing.  Many behind-the-scenes jobs do not get recognized enough for what they do to keep things running smoothly. If it weren’t for medical billers, who would translate codes, file claims, update records, and solve inconsistencies? Who would post payments, manage reimbursements, perform…

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Should You Outsource Your Company’s Medical Billing Team?

Many healthcare providers often wonder if outsourcing their medical billing team would be worth it. Keeping things in-house has its advantages; but on the other hand, giving another team the responsibility of handling the billing cycle relieves healthcare teams to be able to focus on other important matters. In today’s world of business, it is…

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3 Tips for Revving up Productivity

Medical billers do it all. They are the nucleus of a healthcare organization, constantly working and keeping things flowing through the revenue cycle. The goal of any medical biller is to be as efficient as possible to make sure the money keeps moving and organizations and patients are content. Medical billers are jack-of-all-trades, and along…

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How to Effectively Work With a Patient Who Has Been Denied a Coverage

Patients can be denied coverage for various reasons, some being the fault of the medical biller. When a patient requires insurance coverage for a medical service, treatment, or hospital stay and their claim is either denied or rejected, it can be an overwhelming experience. When this happens, medical billers must take on a large portion…

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How Mental Health Billing Differs From Medical Billing

May is Mental Health Awareness Month. Topics surrounding mental health are on the rise due to an increase in open and honest conversations across communities and on social media and a decrease in stigma resulting from advocates opening up about their mental health struggles. Television shows, movies, and the news share stories of hardship and…

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