This is one of 5 blogs I own. It’s the only one geared towards medical billing and health issues.

As you’ve noticed, when I talk about the financial side of health care I talk about it from the inside. That’s because my main career is being a health care finance consultant. I’ve worked with a number of hospitals on their revenue cycle issues and I’ve had some great successes.

IMG_5934a_proof However, it’s a hard market to get consistent work in, especially with what I do. Most of the time I’m called in when someone’s in trouble and someone else knows I’m available. Unfortunately, when hospitals don’t know they’re in financial trouble or are unsure of ways to address it, they usually bring in consultants whose first idea is to cut staff and expenses rather than grow revenue. As it turns out, that’s my specialty.

Thus, I’m branching out into more product creation. On Wednesday I’ll share products I’ve previously created; none of them have been health care related, but they may change. What I’m doing is putting out subjects on 4 of my 5 blogs over the course of this week and giving my readers a chance to participate in the process. For two of those blogs, the subjects are pretty much locked in.

For my finance blog, I’m offering readers a chance to pick subjects other than what I’ve indicated that’s specifically related to it. For this blog I’m going to do the same, only with one specific caveat.

I originally created this site to help answer questions from those not in health care. It’s morphed into something that anyone can use or learn about. However, for the purpose of training, if there’s a health care financial subject that fits the qualifications listed below that only pertains to patients, I’ll consider that. But it also has to follow the other criteria I’ve laid out.

With that said, let’s get started.

Below are 9 categories. Under a couple of them I’ve broken the category down slightly further than the main category.

First, pick a topic; one choice per person. You can leave your request on the blog, or you can send me an email to mitch@imjustsharing.

Second, pick how you’d like the training delivered to you. Some might make more sense for your needs than others.

The reward? The first idea that has five people select it and the way it’s delivered that equal each other, I’ll pick 1 person from that group to receive that training for free. If I get 20 people eventually under that same selection, I’ll give away 2 more free trainings.

A slight change for this blog. If there’s another financial category you’d like me to cover and I get 5 people to agree on it, as well as how you’d like it delivered, either I’ll do that one or get someone with more knowledge to do it. Luckily, I know medical billing and revenue cycle very well, so if that’s your choice here then we’re good. 🙂

If I don’t reach an agreed upon number, I’ll probably take the top 3 and run this again; if the topic isn’t related to health care finance then it probably won’t show up on this blog. Know this; even if I don’t reach a consensus on anything I’m still going to create those products and more.

These are the areas you have to select from (categories are underlined):

Hospital Revenue Cycle

Medical Billing techniques
Understanding Charge Master
Understanding the Revenue Cycle

Personal Budgeting


Customer Service

How to provide good customer service
Training others to be good at customer service


How to motivate yourself
Motivating Others


Being A Better Leader
Training Others To Be Leaders


Business blogging
blogging for money
blog writing
article writing for others

Social Media

benefits and dangers of social media
social media marketing tips
YouTube & video basics

Self Employment

Now, method of delivery:

Udemy course
Live seminar
Email course
1 on 1 training (in person, Skype, Google Hangout, phone)

Remember, only one per person. If you mention more than one, you have to tell me which one is first. You don’t even have to promise me you’ll buy; I just want to know which one you find the most important to you, and how you’d prefer it to be delivered.

I thank everyone in advance for participating and sharing this post, and I thank anyone who’s actually looked at all of the posts on this topic on this blog and any of my other blogs, which I mentioned if the first post of the series on Monday. I really appreciate all your help, and can’t express my gratitude as much as it deserves. 😉

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