This is post 9 of a 10 post series on the top 10 reasons you should consider outsourcing your coding.
The Golden Gate Bridge in San Francisco can hold 4,000 pounds per lineal foot. Meaning that if we cut out just one foot of the bridge out it could support two tons. Despite it being capable of holding massive amounts of weights, it can also move downwards by 10.8 ft. and move upward by 5.8 ft. So during winds or storms it can actually move to prevent damage or destruction.
These two essential qualities that have kept the bridge there for 82 years are provided by the specific suspension bridge structure that the engineers used. Two large cables run from each tower, with smaller wires jetting down, attaching themselves to the bridge itself.
Speaking to some of our account executives recently I was able to hear stories of why clients leave certain medical coding companies and why they stick with others. The common thread between each story was the support the client would receive from the medical coding company. If the support was good, they would stick. If the support was bad, the relationship would inevitably deteriorate and turn sour.
As our conversation continued I learned a few points that I thought noteworthy to share as people search for a medical coding company. Here are the top 3 points that are critical for selecting a medical coding company that will support you.