Every Monday is another beginning, another change to say it’s time to look at all the “clutter” that’s patient accounting and clean some of it up. These are the types of thing that should probably occur throughout the year, but most people either don’t have the time or the reason for making some steps towards changing for positive results.

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The beginning of a new year is a great time to consider making some changes, but any time, especially the beginning of a new week, is a good time to take a good look at your processes, in order to be more effective and efficient as time goes on. Below are ten things to look at to begin examining your patient accounting office processes, whether you’re in a hospital, physician’s office, or whatever:
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Many years ago, when I was watching a lot of television, there was a very funny commercial that was popular. It was a Miller Lite commercial, where a guy and his girlfriend were sitting in a bar. He had an arm around her and his other hand was wrapped around his beer.

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She asks him if she and his dog were about to go over a cliff, who would he save; he says her. She asks the same about his mother and he gives the same answer. She then asks about his beer; he pauses, then asks how high the cliff is. Thinking about it still makes me laugh; I have a weird sense of humor sometimes. 🙂
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In general terms, there are two types of people who help others; people who help because it makes them feel good and people who are looking to get something out of it. I say in general because it also depends on who and what the person is and what’s expected of them.

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I think I have one of those faces that makes people think I need help all the time, whether they’re looking to get something out of it or not. I’m always being approached by people trying to “help” me find religion. I have people who think I need help because I smile a lot and sometimes talk to myself out loud; they probably think I’m crazy. lol
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As many of you know, I’m a big time blogger. I’ve been writing this blog since 2005, and another blog since 2007. I actually own 5 blogs, and I write articles for other people’s blogs. I’ve been asked here and there to write a guest post here and there for other people’s blogs like this one.

Listen to the voiceless
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One thing that I believe is a necessity if you’re a blogger is responding to people who comment on your blog. The way I see it, if you don’t respond to comments it either shows that you don’t care or that you’re incompetent. When your blog is associated with your business, that’s not a good thing to indicate, even if you don’t realize that’s what you’re doing.
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Some time ago I received a call from someone who said they’d like to talk to me about maybe doing some work with them; I like calls like that. As we started discussing things, I started wondering if I was speaking to someone who actually knew what he was talking about. The way the questions were coming to me was different than how I’d ever had anyone ask me before about something I know pretty well.

Once we got through the preliminaries the guy started asking a lot of questions that had to do with me and my background instead of the work I do. At first I wasn’t bothered because, after all, if someone’s going to pay you money for something you figure you can answer a few questions. As it went on though, I started feeling a little bit uncomfortable about the direction things were going. I was being asked for things that I’d never been asked before, and for proof of things that no one had ever questioned me on before.
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