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MBC has the Highest Number of Medical Billers and Coders in Dallas, Texas Servicing Primary Healthcare Physicians
Date:8/16/2011

a-medical-billing-specialist.html">Jacksonville, Florida with its booming healthcare and a physician count of 257 per 100,000 people compared to the US average of 221. This strong physician presence also requires the support of medical billers and coders. Not surprisingly, San Jose, California, with its flourishing Primary care facilities follows next in the hierarchy of the maximum number of billing and coding professionals in Medicalbillersandcoders.com. Our constant endeavor in this exercise is to extend support to primary healthcare providers to cope with the constant flux and pressures of this specialty.

Being the first point of contact for patients with very diverse medical needs, primary healthcare is a challenging specialty requiring a comprehensive skill-set for consistent and optimum patient care. Even the amount of administrative work involved in supporting this specialty is highly exhaustive.

Along with these responsibilities, primary healthcare physicians also have to ensure compliance of the recent healthcare regulations such as HIPAA 5010, ICD10, PQRI (Physician Quality Reporting Initiative), CPOE (Computerized Physician Order Entry), HIE (Health Information Exchange) along with the latest EMR updates.

With the enhanced incorporation of EHR, PQRS, and ePrescribing and coming up of ACOs in the healthcare scenario, the patient volume of primary healthcare physician is going to increase manifold.

Another pertinent fact is that Texas tops the chart in terms of carrying the maximum uninsured population at 26% closely followed by Florida and California in the top five. This is another indicator that with the implementation of the latest health reform projections and the incorporation of the major chu
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