Medical billers from across the nation will celebrate National Medical Biller's Day on Thursday, March 25, 2010. Medical Billers provide vital billing and administrative services to doctors and other healthcare providers and this day of recognition is a great way to let them know they are appreciated.
(PRWEB) March 25, 2010 -- American Medical Billing Association (AMBA) members from across the United States and Guam have obtained official proclamations from their state Governors recognizing Medical Biller's Day on March 25, 2010. This is the 3rd year that AMBA members have celebrated the event.
Cyndee Weston, Executive Director of AMBA, believes that Medical Billers deserve official recognition for all the expertise and professionalism they strive to achieve. Our members provide positive and credible contributions to the medical billing industry and to doctors and other healthcare providers. They are entrusted with a great responsibility and we want them to know that we're working hard to ensure that the healthcare industry is aware of the vital services AMBA members provide and we want to recognize their efforts.
The Association, along with AMBA Local Chapters, will be holding celebratory festivities throughout the day.
To learn more about National Medical Biller's Day, go to http://www.ambanet.net/nbd2010.htm
About the American Medical Billing Association (AMBA):
Located in Davis, OK, the AMBA is the nation's largest education and credentialing association for independent third party Medical Billers. The AMBA provides certification credentials to Medical Billers that work from their home or office as well as to Billers that work in physician offices. The certification the Association offers is the Certified Medical Reimbursement Specialist (CMRS) which represents the highest standard certification for medical billing. The AMBA provides a wide variety of benefits and education to its worldwide members. AMBA has recently formed local chapters in several states and holds an annual conference in October. They hold regular webinars and online training courses to help members stay abreast of regulations and changes within the industry.
Visit the American Medical Billing Association website for more information.
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