Medical Billing Course Student
Review • "EHR -
With Change Comes Opportunity"
• "Is Starting a
Business During a Recession a Good Idea?"
Medical Billing Course Student Review
Oak Bridge Billing
After many years in the manufacturing sector
I suddenly found myself
out of work, and I decided
to pursue opportunities outside of
production after watching these jobs migrate
oversees. My experience in the biotechnology
and biomedical industries, my interest in
life sciences, and my current desire to be
self employed led me to seek an occupation
in medical insurance billing. I ultimately
Medical Billing Course, LLC
as a means to achieving that goal.
Thus, began my new journey.
EHR - With Change Comes Opportunity
American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of
also known as Recovery Act, Public Law 111-5
or the Stimulus Bill, was signed into law by
President Obama on February 17th, 2009. A
chief component of this legislation provides
major opportunities for the improvement of
our nation's health care through health
information technology (Health IT or
HIT). To say "there is a lot going on"
behind the scenes in HIT would be the gross
understatement of the year. The acronyms
alone which represent the various
entities/areas involved in this highly
complex undertaking are enough to make the
U.S. Navy blush. Because of this,
those of us involved in the healthcare
information arena who realize that "with
change comes opportunity",
may be having a hard time pinpointing just
what these opportunities might be.
Is Starting a Business During a Recession a
Brands Born in Bad Times
From FedEx to Microsoft, a look at the
companies that were created in recessionary
times and managed to thrive.
national unemployment rate near double
digits and credit markets
now is a great time to start a business.
Really, it is. Think about
it: thousands of workers can't find jobs, so
the talent pool is large and cheap. Good
jobs seem less secure as companies cut hours
and salaries so people are more likely to
risk working for a startup. True, loans and
venture capital funding are harder to
secure. But even that is more of a hurdle
than roadblock. Bootstrapping an
entrepreneurial idea with your own capital
is often the best way to go, says James
Shein, a professor at the Northwestern
University Kellogg School of Management.
"It's so hard to raise money during a
recession that people now have to sort
through their ideas."
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