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Making Money in a Health Service Business on Your Home-Based PC
     

Making Money in a Health Service Business on Your Home-Based PC

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by Rick Benzel, Edwards, Paul Edwards, Rick Benzel, Sarah Edwards (Editor)
 
Looking for a new career in the health field? Want to make $25,000 too $100,000 or more in your own home-based business? Health Service Businesses on Your Home-Based PC is your source of practical,comprehensive,and accurate information on the three leading health businesses of the decade—medical billing,medical claims assistance,and medical transcription. In

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Looking for a new career in the health field? Want to make $25,000 too $100,000 or more in your own home-based business? Health Service Businesses on Your Home-Based PC is your source of practical,comprehensive,and accurate information on the three leading health businesses of the decade—medical billing,medical claims assistance,and medical transcription. In this book,noted business writer Rick Benzel explains everything you need to know to get started in these businesses—from how to buy software and where to get training,to how to market and price your services. This completely revised and updated edition includes dozens of real-life accounts of entrepreneurs who successfully started a health service business,along with their tips and suggestions to help you succeed. The book also contains a CD-ROM with demos of 8 leading medical billing software programs.

Make $25,000 to $100,000 or more a year in your own home-based health business The health care industry is booming,creating a need for many outside services. In particular,three health fields are opening up lucrative career opportunities for anyone with ambition,desire,and training. In this updated edition of his best-selling book,noted business authority Rick Benzel provides the details on how you can reap significant financial rewards in three exciting careers: Medical Billing—you'll learn why doctors need outside billers. . . how health insurance works. . . why electronic claims are becoming the industry standard. . . and how to buy software or a medical billing business opportunity. Medical claims Assistance—you'll see how health insurance companies create a constant stream of errorsin processing medical claims. . . and how you can develop a business helping consumers make sure their health claims are reimbursed correctly. Medical Transcription—you'll read how medical trasncription has become a great home-based business,thanks to new digital technology. . . and how to get training to become a top-notch transcriptionist. Each chapter includes valuable tips on setting up your business,marketing,and pricing your service. Throughout the book are profiles of real entrepreneurs who have established profitable businesses,along with advice to help you succeed. ABOUT THE AUTHOR Rick Benzel is a freelance writer specializing in entrepreneurial opportunities and home-based business. He works closely with Paul and Sarah Edwards,and is the coauthor with them on Teaming Up: The Small Business Guide to Collaborating with Others to Boost Your Earnings and Expand Your Horizons.

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ISBN-13:
9780079131393
Publisher:
McGraw-Hill Companies, The
Publication date:
05/28/1997
Pages:
271
Product dimensions:
7.35(w) x 9.20(h) x 0.97(d)

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Making Money in a Health Service Business on Your Home-Based PC 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
For those individuals that are just starting out in the small business field and are investigating the medical business field, Rick Benzel gives a coherent and comprehensive overview of this field. It is written simply for those that are unfamiliar with the industry. I would recommend this to anyone that wants an objective summary of what is needed to start out in the Billing, Claims Adjustment, and Transcriptionist end of the medical industry.