Last week, we covered five medical coding Twitter accounts you should be following if you want to stay updated about all things related to medical coding. These accounts covered everything from events and announcements to insights and advice.
But what if you aren’t on Twitter? Or social media at all? Blogs may be more your speed. If that’s the case, we also have five suggestions for medical coding blogs you should subscribe to. Here they are:
One of the most trusted websites by American citizens is also one of the most depended on websites for medical coders. Stay tuned to this blog for answers to common questions. This blog is run by doctors for both patients and medical professionals, so it’s worth a subscription.
Want to be in-the-know about the latest medical studies and developments? The Harvard Health Blog covers recent research and findings in the medical industry, keeping you updated about vaccines, allergies, health risks, viruses and more.
This blog focuses on news related to medical coding and is a great way to stay aware of what NOT to do. You’ll hear about many malpractice lawsuits, claims, frauds and more, so you’ll be in a better position to keep yourself and your company in check.
If you’re interested in news affecting the entire medical coding and billing industry, the AAPC blog will be extremely valuable. Everything from medical coding salaries to new coding guidelines are covered, so you’re sure to make use of their knowledge center.
We didn’t want to leave off our own blog, of course! On the Medical Coding Academy blog, we publish new articles every week, so subscribe if you want to hear about the latest in-person classes we’re offering, new products like our online course and general insights and advice related to medical coding and billing. If you have a topic you’d like us to cover, be sure to contact us and we’ll get it in our pipeline.
These blogs will all help you as a medical coder, whether you’re new or experienced. Subscribe to them today!