My medical career began with BG Anesthesia in 2011. I was an office assistant so I helped with a little bit of everything. A few of the duties I carried out included but were not limited to: scheduling injection appointments for the anesthesiologists, run eligibility and determine the patient's copay prior to the procedure, take self pay payments, input patient data into the computer, batch and post payments from insurance companies, call patients regarding their balance, get authorization from providers for patient refill requests and more.
In pursuit of a full time position, I began work at UMC Physician Network Services in June of 2013 on the Medicare/Medicaid team working denials. In my time there I gained a wealth of knowledge in regards to medicare and Medicaid including the requirements needed for claims to be paid in full and the correct way to navigate both corrected and denied claims. I am continuously looking for ways to expand my understanding of the medical field in all areas as well as to increase what I already know.
In an attempt to continue my learning, I accepted a position at Texas Mutual Insurance as a medical coder. This position has allowed me to gain knowledge of the workers compensation part of insurance and see claims for in and out patient hospital bills.
I know that I can be a great asset to any company with the knowledge and skills that I bring to the table along with being a great team player with the ability to perform on my own.
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