Medical Billing Blog

Biller’s Blog Halloween Special Edition – Iridium Suite and the Invisible Man

Most of us are familiar with the science fiction novel The Invisible Man by H.G. Wells.

A scientist experiments on himself to test his theory of changing a body’s refractive index to that of air.  This way it will absorb light instead of reflecting it and poof, he’s invisible. 

Stop Bullying Know the Signs

october is bullying awareness month

Back to the Future of Medical Billing

Yesterday was the somewhat official ‘Back to the Future’ Day.  In the second installment of the franchise, character Marty McFly travels from 1985 to the future date of October 21, 2015.

Some of the technological advances are familiar products to us today: big screen TVs, virtual reality goggles, and FaceTime.  Some are not yet reality: hoverboards, self-lacing shoes and flying cars.

Medical Practice Management – Rodeo Style

Professional rodeo in the US consists of many exciting, but physically dangerous events.  Many based on the traditional skills required by cowboys over the years to break horses, round up cattle for branding, cattle herding, etc.

Running your medical practice is surely not physically dangerous, but bad management runs the risk of financial dangers.

Payers Got Their Report Card

Did You Mess Up Picking Your Billing Software?

I live in Florida.  It’s a state well known for sunny days, hot weather and summertime rain. Summer by the way is about March to December. 

Residents often joke that meteorologists here have it easy. “Today’s weather will be hot with a chance of rain.” 

Communication is the Key to All Good Relationships

Well-known TV show host, Dr. Phil provides a Relationship Communication Test on his website. 

It offers to answer this question:

“What type of communication pattern have you and your partner developed within your relationship?”

ICD-10 We’ll Get Used to It, Maybe Even Love It

I waited until my 35mm film camera died to by a digital one.  I didn’t get my smartphone until I wore out my slide phone.  When I bought my most recent car, I didn’t particularly care about the Bluetooth calling capability.