Do you currently have experience as a medical biller or are you currently working as a medical biller in an office setting? Ditch the 9 to 5 and start working from home. More and more people in the medical field are doing it every day. Not only that, thousands of companies are starting to save money by outsourcing all of their billing and dictation to independent businesses and contractors who work at home as medical billers and transcriptionists!
Take a look around the internet, and you will find many, many different medical companies that specialize in outsourcing medical billing or transcription work to workers at home. You can either work at home for a company (which will make you decent money and give you other benefits as well, just like a regular job does) or you can do your own work as an independent (also known as running your own business). If you are familiar with medical billing or transcription, running your own business is the way to go.
Think about it for a minute - You work out of your home. You have literally, no overhead. At most, you will need to buy a fax machine, a landline phone, and pay for your internet service. That's it! Everything you make after you pay those tiny, tiny bills each month is pure profit. Plus, if you work for yourself, no one can tell you what to do or when to do it. Your earning potential is completely up to you!
Again, if you have a few years of experience and really understand everything about medical billing or transcription, I would strongly encourage you to start your own business. Both the medical billing and transcription field are projected to grow 26% by 2012. That's a lot of jobs, as well as a lot of opportunity. You make the call.
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