Lab Assignment – Collection Letter

Lab Assignment – Collection Letter

Lab Assignment – Collection Letter

As a medical billing/coding how you will write a collection letter for the patient? This is an example of the patient:

Mabel Whitaker lives at 4200 Taos Drive, Parkview MA 12345. She owes Dr. Sally Hart $564 for her bi-yearly office visits. Mrs. Whitaker is being treated for Hypertension and Gout. In accordance with Dr. Hart’s financial policy, three¬†monthly statements have been sent out. No payments have been made. Dr. Hart has asked you to send a collection letter reminding Mrs. Whitaker of her financial responsibility.

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In a Word document, compose the collection letter to Ms. Whitaker. Name your file “CollectionLetter”

Assignment Details

For this Assignment, you are going to write a paper explaining how you developed your argument through the four stages (theorizing, syntax, theory testing, and evaluation). Your paper must be 3 to 5 pages, not including the title and reference pages.

To view the Grading Rubric for this Assignment, please visit the Grading Rubrics section of the Course Resources.

Assignment Requirements

Before finalizing your work, you should:

  • Minimum requirement of at least 5 sources of support
  • be sure to¬†read the Assignment description carefully¬†(as displayed above);
  • consult the Grading Rubric¬†(under the Course Resources) to make sure you have included everything necessary; and
  • utilize¬†spelling¬†and¬†grammar check¬†to minimize errors.
  • Explain why the article made an important contribution to the field.
    • Briefly summarize the state of research prior to the article and how the article built off of that foundation and propelled the field forward in a meaningful way. Use class readings or outside sources to support your argument.
  • Argue that the article‚Äôs findings are suspect and should be interpreted with caution.
    • Point out some limitations of the author‚Äôs methods or logic using class readings or outside sources to support your claims.
  • Propose a follow-up study for the research presented.
    • No study is perfect. Describe a follow-up study the authors could do to improve upon the one they presented in the article.¬† Use class readings or outside sources to support your suggestion.