April 2, 2010
-- There are numerous online classes, physical classrooms and certification tests for medical billing, that the choices can become confusing. As the industry moves to the ICD-10 / 5010 claim standards, the need for better medical billing courses becomes more important. The number of courses and certifications can become overwhelming and leave the prospective student wondering “Which really is the best medical billing course for me?”
s goal is to become an independent repository of reviews about medical billing courses. “To provide the potential student the honest evaluations they need to select a medical billing course,” says David Keller, founder of http://www.MedicalBillingCourseReview.com, “we first need to develop the proper inventory of courses available in the marketplace. We have done quite a bit of market research to identify several players in the marketplace. I want to make sure we do a service to prospective students to help them identify all options they have. This means we need to reach out to the course providers and ask them to identify themselves.”
Keller adds, “This also becomes a potential marketing opportunity for the industry. On one hand it is a free link about your course and quite a bit of commentary about it also. People pay a lot of money for SEO services that achieve that same result. On the other hand, if you are that course provider trying to push some material and a bogus certification, you may want to hide.”
To have your course listed in http://www.MedicalBillingCourseReview.com
, please contact David Keller at DKeller@MedicalBillingCourseReview.com. If we already list your course material description and want it changed, feel free to contact as well.
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MedicalBillingCourseReview.com is dedicated to reviewing courses about Medical Billing. Course reviews are solicited from people who have taken them. These experiences and reviews can then be shared with others who are considering taking the course.