Medical billers use medical billing software to transcribe provider notes and other data from electronic health records. They also ensure that bills are formatted properly, with codes and information easily readable by physicians, nurses, and other healthcare providers. The role of a medical biller is growing as the volume of claims processed increases.
An interview can be an effective way to test your candidacy before being offered the job. Here’s how you can prepare for a medical billing interview to have the upper hand.

  1. Be prepared for the interview.
  2. Research the company and your interviewer.
  3. Don’t be afraid to ask questions.

What to expect in the interview
If you’ve been prepping for the interview, you probably already know what to expect. If not, here’s a quick recap: the interviewer will start by asking you some basic questions about yourself and your experience. They’ll try to get a good idea of what kind of person you are and what you’re like outside the interview. It’s not about how well you did the interview but how well you can fit in with the team.