Business and Career Articles To Help Executive and Business Women Succeed!
Put a mental check mark next to each of the following statements that describe you and your business
- In order to generate income, you need to put in a certain number of hours.
- The more hours you work, the more money you will make.
- Your business makes money only when you are working.
The more check marks you've made, the stronger your connection between time and money is. If you've got a strong time-money link going on in your business, this can actually mean that you end up working a lot harder or longer than you need to for the money that you make.
You've heard the saying "time is money" plenty of times. I'm willing to bet you've said it yourself in the past few weeks. The problem is that as long as you agree with that statement in any way, shape or form, you inhibit your ability to create wealth.
The Medical Billing Process Began With Pre-registration Of The Patient
It was the time to gather personal information, insurance and medical information about the prospective patient. It is vital that this information is captured and entered onto the computer system accurately for future contact with the patient and for successful payment of claims. The use of a registration check list is very helpful. The revenue cycle and the success of the practice depend on the accuracy of this information.
By gathering the patient's insurance information, we are able to Establish Financial Responsibility for the visit. This is the second step in the medical billing process. Information such as: the name of the insurance company, the name of the insured (not always the patient), type of policy, the ID number and the phone number for the insurance company are vital pieces of information for successful payment of claims. It is important for front end staff to know which insurances companies the practice participates with and which ones you don't participate with. Many practices do participate with one specific plan within an insurance company but not others.
Women have a tough time for two reasons; they are women and they get older
Each time I splutter into my coffee having discovered a great lady of TV has left, been sidestepped or eased into a comfortable, executive, non-troublemaker role I wonder when the ageism and female iniquity issues will catch up with the 21st century.
In my own broadcasting career and even before that in the city I was fortunate to have worked for some dynamic and talented lady execs. Not once did I feel emasculated. Not once did I feel oppressed by a coutured matriarch. Each exec was my superior officer and I worked happily with them in a variety of roles from advertising to the law.
Medical interview skills
Interview skills and communication skills are not just about speech techniques and structures. You may have come across studies or statistics which state that up to 60% of the impression that you make is through your body language.
Whatever the reality behind this statement, it is undoubtable that the way you dress and behave at a medical interview will strongly influence the person who is looking at you, even if it is subconscious.
To make a strong impression, there are a number of accepted rules that you need to reflect upon and adopt:
In April 2001 The U.K. Government Commissioned An Independent Review Of Women's Pay And Employment
The conclusions show that there have been great changes since the Equal Pay Act 1970 was introduced, but that there is still significant disparity between status and pay for men and women.
Women's earnings are estimated to be on average 18% less than men and this is despite the fact that women are overtaking men in their levels of education and qualifications. The government believes that this has a significant impact on the economy and without action, the education and skills of women will be a wasted resource.