Medical billers are one half of a complex system that comprises the communication structure between health care providers and insurance carriers (the other half being medical coders). Medical billers are responsible for passing information between the health provider and the insurance carrier, a process that can sometimes be very complicated. Insurance carriers often reject patients’ bills, so part of the medical biller’s job is to make adjustments to the bill in order to make it acceptable to both the insurer and the health care provider.
Also see: Medical Coders
What Do Medical Billers Do? Medical billing professionals are a vital piece of the puzzle in the medical industry, facilitating the exchange of money between patient, doctor and insurance company. Medical billers usually work in a clinical setting, although an … Continue reading
How Much Do Medical Billers Make? Medical billing professionals earned an average of $35,010 annually in 2010. The top 10% of earners in the field make over $53,430 per year, and the lowest-paid make $21,240 or less. The table below … Continue reading