American Academy of Professional Coders Local Chapter Elected Manny Oliverez of Capture Medical Billing for 2012 President

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Manny Oliverez, CEO and Co-founder of Capture Billing has been elected the 2012 President for the Leesburg Virginia Chapter of American Academy of Professional Coders

Manny Oliverez AAPC President Elect of Leesburg VA ChapterLoundoun County, VA (PRWEB) – Capture Billing & Consulting, Inc., a nationwide medical billing company located in South Riding, Virginia, announces Manny Oliverez as the 2012 President-Elect for the Leesburg Virginia Chapter of American Academy of Professional Coders (AAPC).

AAPC is an organization which provides continuing education and various certifications to coders and medical billers. Over 100,000 of AAPC’s members have access to training, networking and job opportunities in the medical coding field. The diverse certifications available, including Certified Professional Coder (CPC), can be obtained through testing at any local chapter of the AAPC.

Many of Capture Billing’s employees have received their coding certifications through the local chapter of AAPC as well as holding elected positions as the 2011 President and Secretary. President Jackie Ly, CPC and Secretary Michelle Ivanchukov, CPC, CCS-P are both long time active members of AAPC.

“Networking with a variety of professionals in the medical field such as medical billers, doctors, and insurance representatives has furnished me with information I may not have learned in text books”, says Jackie.

“Being on the board of our local chapter of AAPC has enriched my medical billing and coding knowledge. It has been very interesting to meet individuals from different medical specialty backgrounds”, says Michelle.

Manny Oliverez, CEO and co-founder of Capture Billing and Consulting, Inc. has been elected the 2012 President of the local Virginia Chapter of AAPC and will be taking the place of Jackie Ly beginning January 2012. Manny’s seven year membership with AAPC has allowed him to keep his staff educated on current coding and medical billing standards.

“I look forward to the challenge of keeping our members educated and current in the complex transition from ICD-9 to ICD-10”, says Manny. “In regards to our company, we will be able to provide the most current coding and medical billing services available to aid our practices in the ICD-10 transition on October 1, 2013”.

Members of AAPC can earn Continuing Education Units (CEUs) by attending monthly chapter meetings, or through workshops, webinars and national/regional events and conferences. To learn more about AAPC or to contact your local chapter visit

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Capture Billing and Consulting, Inc., a leader in the outsourced medical billing service industry, offers one of the most cost effective outsourcing solutions to healthcare professionals available. By eliminating the need of an in-house medical billing staff, Capture Billing’s staff of expert medical billers and certified professional coders help to increase physician reimbursement by improving collection rates and ensuring proper ICD-9 and CPT coding, and soon will offer ICD-10 training. Practicing physician and CEO, Dr. John D. Farrell, Jr., formed Capture Billing in 2004 as the answer to one of the largest concerns physicians face today, how to receive proper insurance reimbursement for services they provide.

One Response to “American Academy of Professional Coders Local Chapter Elected Manny Oliverez of Capture Medical Billing for 2012 President”

  1. Question regarding the rules for Direct Admission from a hospital based, rural health clinic. Our physician will sometimes do a direct admission to our local hospital from our office. Our physicians also do rounding at this hospital. Our question is: Can our doctors bill the initial visit at the hospital without seeing the patient in the hospital setting. They do the history and physical in the office setting and see the patient the next day at the hospital. We would not bill the office visit and wondering if we can bill the inpatient service without a face-to-face at the hospital on the 1st day of admission. Thanks,


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