VANCOUVER, Wash., Oct. 12, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Know what it is? If you said sharing information that has no practical everyday application, relevance or use, you'd be correct.
That's because physicians don't care about background information. Like most people, all they really care about is the "what's in it for me?" factor.
In their training, medical coders, billers and administrators should focus on showing them how the information they're sharing will make their job easier, help them improve patient care, make more money, or avoid legal problems since these are the things the doctors do care about.
To learn more about other strategies and tips for overcoming physician pushback visit us at: www.medicalcodingsimplified.com
Harry Lessinger, RHIA, CCS-P
Harry & Maia Productions
Producer: How to Get Physician Buy-In: A Medical Coder & Biller's Guide to Overcoming Physician Objections
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