I am so stressed angry. My supervisor yells at me and try to find something to harrass me about. I am a hard worker, but she acts like she hate me for a reason i am unaware of. I am a medical coder and have coded for 9 years. I started working this job early last year. She tells Hr i am not coding up to her expectations. Why am i being treated so unfair? I go home thinking about walking out or cussing this lady out, in which she is trying to…

Marcella Eady I think you're making the right decision to leave your current job and I hope you find something in a better…

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Crafting Your Elevator Pitch

An effective elevator pitch contains clear language that your listener understands and is personalized for the intended audience.

I have composed an outline below designed to help you craft your pitch and have included mine as an example. Once you customize your pitch, practice it until it rolls off your tongue smooth as ice...

Elevator Pitch Structure: 15-20 second verbal business card.

  1. Summary label (professional definition).
  2. Where you've…

words to be alive by

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I found a job and am LOVING it

I tried very hard to find a job in my recently acquired field - medical coding - but, had absolutely no luck. Finally, after thinking good and hard I decided to follow my heart and pursued getting back into holistic medicine. I was able to find a great position with a growing company that enables me to use the knowledge I gained working in the holistic dental/medical field for the last 10 years!!!!! Don't give up, let your passions guide you.

I got a job today! I am 68 years old and thought no one wanted to hire me, but without a whole lot of effort I accepted a great…

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How can I get and entry level position in the medical field? I am a certified medical coder with no experience. What companies hires newbies? I am located in the Tomball/Houston area. Any suggestions?

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Monica, there is no easy fix but you have to sell yourself, your ideas that you are young and dedicated in what you do. Stand…

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Medical Coder ( Onsite ) - Buffalo, NY

Compensation: $41,000 yearly


Must have a minimum of 1-year professional coding work experience.
One of the following coding credentials required: RHIT, CCS, CCS-P, CPC, COC (formerly CPC-H), or CPC-P.
Ideal coding candidate has minimal E/M experience.
Billing experience is a plus.
The medical coder will be responsible for, but not limited to, reviewing provider documentation and abstracting diagnosis codes, procedure codes and…

Thanks for posting this Patricia!

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Dear Ashley,

If this position interest you please submit your credential asap. Send resume and cover letter to twaasa413@gmail.c

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I need some serious help!

I am trying desperately to find a work from home coder position. While there are quite a few out there, the problem is. is I have no experience. I must work from home because of a disabled husband. How do I break into this field? I have tried everything I can think of. I am AHIMA certified, and hold an Associate's degree in health information technology. This is driving me nuts. I can't get experience if I have no experience. Any body…

Susan, I'm going to sound like a broken record but your best opportunities for work at home medical positions would be with…

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Certified Professional Medical Coder

I am looking for employment in the coding field and would like remote work as I am already working from home. However, most remote positions ask for 3 - 5 years experience. There has got to be some employers that will higher coders to get that experience.


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Patty Meza, CPC-A

I am anxiously searching for an entry level position as a Certified Medical Coder in order to gain much needed experieince but I have not had any luck so far! I recently earned my certification in January 2015 and I had no idea until now how difficult it is to get hired without any experience. Any suggestions?

If anything - you can do some freelance work - get something that is on the side that gains you experience enough to say you've…

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Thank you for the info!

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Receptionist, Medical ICD10 coder, insurance appeals, insurance verification, data entry, collections, and payment entries

Recently have found myself in uncharted waters, after 15 years of reliable work my employer decided they didn't need me any longer, things have changed so much and i've kept updated with work experience but out looking for work I have a feeling that when people contact them, they aren't giving me the recommendation I should have. Any suggestions would be valuable this is the first time in 30 years this has ever happened! Feeling lost.

I Live in Port Huron Michigan, and new to all of this so will update my information. I want to thank you Marijoy for your help is…

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Nora H. Green

I am qualified and ready to work for your company as a medical coder or medical biller either in pre-registration or registration or wherever I am needed.

Hi Nora: Thanks for posting to Jobcase! I found a bunch of medical coding jobs near you: http://bit.ly/1YDnus0 Also, you should…

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I am a CPC medical coder for anesthesia. I am considering a different type of job and would like to be considered for a new experience.

I am reliable, honest report to work everyday and love interacting with people. I am not interested in selling insurance or other products. I would like a job in the retail world in my area.

Hi Kathlene,

Thanks for posting to Jobcase!

It's great to see that you're making a career change. Just so I can get a better…

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