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Author: Vanessa Lech

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Covering the topics of:
* Addictions
* Substance Abuse
* Anger Management
* Harm Reduction
* Domestic Violence
* Health Insurance
* Video Game Addiction
* Gambling Addiction
* Behavioral Health Specialization
* Couples Therapy
* Custody Evaluations
* Court
* Lawyers
* Judges
* Families
* Children
* Divorce
* Medical Software
* Running a behavioral health care organization
* AND MORE!!!!

(Show Intro Music by Dougie Wood and is named "Beach Disco".)

DISCLAIMER:

The views and opinions expressed by guest speakers do not necessarily reflect nor represent the views, positions or policies of the host Vanessa Lech, the podcast “Unraveled - Addiction and Anger Management” or “Carolina Addiction and Anger Management PLLC”.

The information included in the podcast, “Unraveled - Addiction and Anger Management” and the “Unraveled - Addiction and Anger Management” podcast description is for informational and educational purposes only. This does NOT establish a clinical relationship with anyone. Please consult with a licensed behavioral health clinician in your area for personalized assistance with your unique situation. Thank you.

Resources:

National Suicide Prevention Lifeline
1-800-273-8255
https://suicidepreventionlifeline.org/

American Association of Poison Control Centers
1-800-222-1222
https://aapcc.org/
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Podcast Title: Part 3 of 3: Robert Lewis Jr. Talks Behavioral Health & The Future.Robert Lewis Jr. Brief Biography:Robert Lewis Jr. has experience in finance, business and law and feels that “he was born to protect the rights of others”. Mr. Lewis had humble beginnings in Fayetteville, NC. An unexpected injury during his college basketball experience abruptly changed the course of his life. It was during this time at St. John’s University where he was pursuing his Bachelor of Arts in Economics that he decided to pursue a law degree. Mr. Lewis fulfilled the dream his mother always had for him, which was to become a lawyer. While Mr. Lewis pursued his legal studies at St. John’s University his work as an Investment Consultant for Essex Corporation and a Securities and Commercial Litigation Specialist for Merrill Lynch inspired Mr. Lewis. Mr. Lewis earned a Juris Doctorate and a Masters of Law in Bankruptcy (LL.M.).Mr. Lewis was the first African-American Judicial Law Clerk at the United States Bankruptcy Court for the Middle District of North Carolina. Subsequently, Mr. Lewis specialized in Chapter 11 Bankruptcy cases. In 2007, Mr. Lewis opened the doors to his own company.During this podcast episode:Robert Lewis Jr. shared his mother’s dream of him becoming a lawyer. Mr. Lewis told us more about this dream and shared exactly what motivated him to become a lawyer? Mr. Lewis explained the “Masters of Law in Bankruptcy (LL.M.)” and communicated about exactly what that degree includes and what motivated him to earn that degree.Mr. Lewis was the first “African-American Judicial Law Clerk at the United States Bankruptcy Court for the Middle District of North Carolina”. Mr. Lewis described what that experience was like.Mr. Lewis helps people with issues surrounding discrimination in the workplace, an issue that remains of particular interest to me. Mr. Lewis shared what motivated him to assist people with those issues and what his experiences have been in this area of law.Mr. Lewis has been in his own private practice since 2007. Mr. Lewis explained what motivated him to open up his own private practice instead of continuing to work for other people.Mr. Lewis shared what his experiences have been overall since entering into private practice.Mr. Lewis explained his screening process for prospective clients.Mr. Lewis discussed what type of work that he most commonly finds himself doing these days.Mr. Lewis tells us more about his current work and how he came to be so passionate about this work.Mr. Lewis reflected upon his work with those that struggle with addiction and/or anger management. Mr. Lewis reflected upon his experiences of working with those that struggle with these issues and how he manages clients that struggle with these issues as he continue to work with them.Mr. Lewis explained his court preparation as he goes back and forth to court on behalf of his clients.Mr. Lewis shared his vision of where he envisions the future of his work heading.Mr. Lewis lets us know how people can find out more about the work that he does.RALEIGH OFFICE: 555 Fayetteville Street, Suite 201 Raleigh, NC 27601 PHONE:(919) 719-3906 FAX:(919) 573-9161 EMAIL: rlewis@thelewislawfirm.comCHARLOTTE OFFICE: 428 E Fourth Street, Unit 401, Charlotte, NC 28202, PHONE:(919) 719-3906 FAX:(919) 573-9161Mr. Lewis’s website: http://www.thelewislawfirm.com/Additional Resources:National Suicide Prevention Lifeline1-800-273-8255https://suicidepreventionlifeline.org/American Association of Poison Control Centers1-800-222-1222https://aapcc.org/DISCLAIMER: The views and opinions expressed by guest speakers do not necessarily reflect nor represent the views, positions or policies of the host Vanessa Lech, the podcast “Unraveled - Addiction and Anger Management” or “Carolina Addiction and Anger Management PLLC”.The information included in the podcast, “Unraveled - Addiction and Anger Management” and the “Unraveled - Addiction and Anger Management” podcast description is for informational, entertainment and educational purposes only. This does NOT establish a clinical relationship with anyone. Please consult with a licensed behavioral health clinician in your area for personalized assistance with your unique situation. Thank you. This podcast does NOT establish a lawyer client relationship with anyone and is NOT legal advice. Please consult with a competent licensed area in your jurisdiction for assistance.
Podcast Title: Part 2 of 3 Robert Lewis Jr. Talks EEOC Federal Law, EEO State Law, Accountability & Justice.Robert Lewis Jr. Brief Biography:Robert Lewis Jr. has experience in finance, business and law and feels that “he was born to protect the rights of others”. Mr. Lewis had humble beginnings in Fayetteville, NC. An unexpected injury during his college basketball experience abruptly changed the course of his life. It was during this time at St. John’s University where he was pursuing his Bachelor of Arts in Economics that he decided to pursue a law degree. Mr. Lewis fulfilled the dream his mother always had for him, which was to become a lawyer. While Mr. Lewis pursued his legal studies at St. John’s University his work as an Investment Consultant for Essex Corporation and a Securities and Commercial Litigation Specialist for Merrill Lynch inspired Mr. Lewis. Mr. Lewis earned a Juris Doctorate and a Masters of Law in Bankruptcy (LL.M.).Mr. Lewis was the first African-American Judicial Law Clerk at the United States Bankruptcy Court for the Middle District of North Carolina. Subsequently, Mr. Lewis specialized in Chapter 11 Bankruptcy cases. In 2007, Mr. Lewis opened the doors to his own company.During this podcast episode:Robert Lewis Jr. shared his mother’s dream of him becoming a lawyer. Mr. Lewis told us more about this dream and shared exactly what motivated him to become a lawyer? Mr. Lewis explained the “Masters of Law in Bankruptcy (LL.M.)” and communicated about exactly what that degree includes and what motivated him to earn that degree.Mr. Lewis was the first “African-American Judicial Law Clerk at the United States Bankruptcy Court for the Middle District of North Carolina”. Mr. Lewis described what that experience was like.Mr. Lewis helps people with issues surrounding discrimination in the workplace, an issue that remains of particular interest to me. Mr. Lewis shared what motivated him to assist people with those issues and what his experiences have been in this area of law.Mr. Lewis has been in his own private practice since 2007. Mr. Lewis explained what motivated him to open up his own private practice instead of continuing to work for other people.Mr. Lewis shared what his experiences have been overall since entering into private practice.Mr. Lewis explained his screening process for prospective clients.Mr. Lewis discussed what type of work that he most commonly finds himself doing these days.Mr. Lewis tells us more about his current work and how he came to be so passionate about this work.Mr. Lewis reflected upon his work with those that struggle with addiction and/or anger management. Mr. Lewis reflected upon his experiences of working with those that struggle with these issues and how he manages clients that struggle with these issues as he continue to work with them.Mr. Lewis explained his court preparation as he goes back and forth to court on behalf of his clients.Mr. Lewis shared his vision of where he envisions the future of his work heading.Mr. Lewis lets us know how people can find out more about the work that he does.RALEIGH OFFICE: 555 Fayetteville Street, Suite 201 Raleigh, NC 27601 PHONE:(919) 719-3906 FAX:(919) 573-9161 EMAIL: rlewis@thelewislawfirm.comCHARLOTTE OFFICE: 428 E Fourth Street, Unit 401, Charlotte, NC 28202, PHONE:(919) 719-3906 FAX:(919) 573-9161Mr. Lewis’s website: http://www.thelewislawfirm.com/Additional Resources:National Suicide Prevention Lifeline1-800-273-8255https://suicidepreventionlifeline.org/American Association of Poison Control Centers1-800-222-1222https://aapcc.org/DISCLAIMER: The views and opinions expressed by guest speakers do not necessarily reflect nor represent the views, positions or policies of the host Vanessa Lech, the podcast “Unraveled - Addiction and Anger Management” or “Carolina Addiction and Anger Management PLLC”.The information included in the podcast, “Unraveled - Addiction and Anger Management” and the “Unraveled - Addiction and Anger Management” podcast description is for informational, entertainment and educational purposes only. This does NOT establish a clinical relationship with anyone. Please consult with a licensed behavioral health clinician in your area for personalized assistance with your unique situation. Thank you. This podcast does NOT establish a lawyer client relationship with anyone and is NOT legal advice. Please consult with a competent licensed area in your jurisdiction for assistance.
Podcast Title: Part 1 of 3: Robert Lewis Jr. Talks Experience as 1st African-American Judicial Law Clerk at US Bankruptcy Court for Middle District of NC.Robert Lewis Jr. Brief Biography:Robert Lewis Jr. has experience in finance, business and law and feels that “he was born to protect the rights of others”. Mr. Lewis had humble beginnings in Fayetteville, NC. An unexpected injury during his college basketball experience abruptly changed the course of his life. It was during this time at St. John’s University where he was pursuing his Bachelor of Arts in Economics that he decided to pursue a law degree. Mr. Lewis fulfilled the dream his mother always had for him, which was to become a lawyer. While Mr. Lewis pursued his legal studies at St. John’s University his work as an Investment Consultant for Essex Corporation and a Securities and Commercial Litigation Specialist for Merrill Lynch inspired Mr. Lewis. Mr. Lewis earned a Juris Doctorate and a Masters of Law in Bankruptcy (LL.M.).Mr. Lewis was the first African-American Judicial Law Clerk at the United States Bankruptcy Court for the Middle District of North Carolina. Subsequently, Mr. Lewis specialized in Chapter 11 Bankruptcy cases. In 2007, Mr. Lewis opened the doors to his own company.During this podcast episode:Robert Lewis Jr. shared his mother’s dream of him becoming a lawyer. Mr. Lewis told us more about this dream and shared exactly what motivated him to become a lawyer? Mr. Lewis explained the “Masters of Law in Bankruptcy (LL.M.)” and communicated about exactly what that degree includes and what motivated him to earn that degree.Mr. Lewis was the first “African-American Judicial Law Clerk at the United States Bankruptcy Court for the Middle District of North Carolina”. Mr. Lewis described what that experience was like.Mr. Lewis helps people with issues surrounding discrimination in the workplace, an issue that remains of particular interest to me. Mr. Lewis shared what motivated him to assist people with those issues and what his experiences have been in this area of law.Mr. Lewis has been in his own private practice since 2007. Mr. Lewis explained what motivated him to open up his own private practice instead of continuing to work for other people.Mr. Lewis shared what his experiences have been overall since entering into private practice.Mr. Lewis explained his screening process for prospective clients.Mr. Lewis discussed what type of work that he most commonly finds himself doing these days.Mr. Lewis tells us more about his current work and how he came to be so passionate about this work.Mr. Lewis reflected upon his work with those that struggle with addiction and/or anger management. Mr. Lewis reflected upon his experiences of working with those that struggle with these issues and how he manages clients that struggle with these issues as he continue to work with them.Mr. Lewis explained his court preparation as he goes back and forth to court on behalf of his clients.Mr. Lewis shared his vision of where he envisions the future of his work heading.Mr. Lewis lets us know how people can find out more about the work that he does.RALEIGH OFFICE: 555 Fayetteville Street, Suite 201 Raleigh, NC 27601 PHONE:(919) 719-3906 FAX:(919) 573-9161 EMAIL: rlewis@thelewislawfirm.comCHARLOTTE OFFICE: 428 E Fourth Street, Unit 401, Charlotte, NC 28202, PHONE:(919) 719-3906 FAX:(919) 573-9161Mr. Lewis’s website: http://www.thelewislawfirm.com/Additional Resources:National Suicide Prevention Lifeline1-800-273-8255https://suicidepreventionlifeline.org/American Association of Poison Control Centers1-800-222-1222https://aapcc.org/DISCLAIMER: The views and opinions expressed by guest speakers do not necessarily reflect nor represent the views, positions or policies of the host Vanessa Lech, the podcast “Unraveled - Addiction and Anger Management” or “Carolina Addiction and Anger Management PLLC”.The information included in the podcast, “Unraveled - Addiction and Anger Management” and the “Unraveled - Addiction and Anger Management” podcast description is for informational, entertainment and educational purposes only. This does NOT establish a clinical relationship with anyone. Please consult with a licensed behavioral health clinician in your area for personalized assistance with your unique situation. Thank you. This podcast does NOT establish a lawyer client relationship with anyone and is NOT legal advice. Please consult with a competent licensed area in your jurisdiction for assistance.
Full Podcast Episode: Asi Jackson Talks Law, Business & Behavioral Health.Asi B. Jackson, Esq Biography Asi B. Jackson is the Owner & Senior Partner at Jackson Law Center, PLLC. Jackson Law Center is located at 4030 Wake Forest Rd., Suite 300, Raleigh, North Carolina 27609. Asi has been practicing law for 13 years and focuses her practice on Personal Injury/Accidents/Premises Liability, Criminal Defense & Traffic Matters. Asi is a 2005 graduate of the North Carolina Central University School of Law, where she was a Senior Editor on the North Carolina Central University School of Law Law Journal, and an active member of the Black Law Students Association (BLSA) and Phi Alpha Delta Fraternity. She is also a 2001 cum laude graduate of North Carolina A&T State University, where she received a Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science. She is a current member of the North Carolina State Bar, the North Carolina Bar Association and the Wake County Bar Association. Asi may be reached at: Jackson Law Center, PLLC4030 Wake Forest Rd. Suite 300Raleigh, North Carolina 27609Telephone: (919) 719-2742Fax: (919) 882-1005Email: asi@jacksonlawcenter.comWebsite: http://www.jacksonlawcenter.comFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/jacksonlawcenter/Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/jacksonlawcenter/Asi Jackson discussed and shared: * Shared her life’s journey that led her to becoming a lawyer.* Her experiences overall since entering into her law practice.* Discussed her screening process for prospective clients.* Shared what type of work that she most commonly finds herself doing these days.* Discussed her experiences when working with those that struggle with addiction and/or anger management related issues and how she works with clients that struggle with these issues. * Shared her court preparation process.* The future direction of her work.* How to learn more about her work.Additional Resources:National Suicide Prevention Lifeline1-800-273-8255https://suicidepreventionlifeline.org/American Association of Poison Control Centers1-800-222-1222https://aapcc.org/DISCLAIMER: The views and opinions expressed by guest speakers do not necessarily reflect nor represent the views, positions or policies of the host Vanessa Lech, the podcast “Unraveled - Addiction and Anger Management” or “Carolina Addiction and Anger Management PLLC”.The information included in the podcast, “Unraveled - Addiction and Anger Management” and the “Unraveled - Addiction and Anger Management” podcast description is for informational, entertainment and educational purposes only. This does NOT establish a clinical relationship with anyone. Please consult with a licensed behavioral health clinician in your area for personalized assistance with your unique situation. Thank you.
Part 3 of 3: Asi Jackson Talks Court Prep, Law & Kindness.Asi B. Jackson, Esq Biography Asi B. Jackson is the Owner & Senior Partner at Jackson Law Center, PLLC. Jackson Law Center is located at 4030 Wake Forest Rd., Suite 300, Raleigh, North Carolina 27609. Asi has been practicing law for 13 years and focuses her practice on Personal Injury/Accidents/Premises Liability, Criminal Defense & Traffic Matters. Asi is a 2005 graduate of the North Carolina Central University School of Law, where she was a Senior Editor on the North Carolina Central University School of Law Law Journal, and an active member of the Black Law Students Association (BLSA) and Phi Alpha Delta Fraternity. She is also a 2001 cum laude graduate of North Carolina A&T State University, where she received a Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science. She is a current member of the North Carolina State Bar, the North Carolina Bar Association and the Wake County Bar Association. Asi may be reached at: Jackson Law Center, PLLC4030 Wake Forest Rd. Suite 300Raleigh, North Carolina 27609Telephone: (919) 719-2742Fax: (919) 882-1005Email: asi@jacksonlawcenter.comWebsite: http://www.jacksonlawcenter.comFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/jacksonlawcenter/Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/jacksonlawcenter/Asi Jackson discussed and shared: * Shared her life’s journey that led her to becoming a lawyer.* Her experiences overall since entering into her law practice.* Discussed her screening process for prospective clients.* Shared what type of work that she most commonly finds herself doing these days.* Discussed her experiences when working with those that struggle with addiction and/or anger management related issues and how she works with clients that struggle with these issues. * Shared her court preparation process.* The future direction of her work.* How to learn more about her work.Additional Resources:National Suicide Prevention Lifeline1-800-273-8255https://suicidepreventionlifeline.org/American Association of Poison Control Centers1-800-222-1222https://aapcc.org/DISCLAIMER: The views and opinions expressed by guest speakers do not necessarily reflect nor represent the views, positions or policies of the host Vanessa Lech, the podcast “Unraveled - Addiction and Anger Management” or “Carolina Addiction and Anger Management PLLC”.The information included in the podcast, “Unraveled - Addiction and Anger Management” and the “Unraveled - Addiction and Anger Management” podcast description is for informational, entertainment and educational purposes only. This does NOT establish a clinical relationship with anyone. Please consult with a licensed behavioral health clinician in your area for personalized assistance with your unique situation. Thank you.
Part 2 of 3: Asi Jackson Talks Public Defense, Anger & Addiction.Asi B. Jackson, Esq Biography Asi B. Jackson is the Owner & Senior Partner at Jackson Law Center, PLLC. Jackson Law Center is located at 4030 Wake Forest Rd., Suite 300, Raleigh, North Carolina 27609. Asi has been practicing law for 13 years and focuses her practice on Personal Injury/Accidents/Premises Liability, Criminal Defense & Traffic Matters. Asi is a 2005 graduate of the North Carolina Central University School of Law, where she was a Senior Editor on the North Carolina Central University School of Law Law Journal, and an active member of the Black Law Students Association (BLSA) and Phi Alpha Delta Fraternity. She is also a 2001 cum laude graduate of North Carolina A&T State University, where she received a Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science. She is a current member of the North Carolina State Bar, the North Carolina Bar Association and the Wake County Bar Association. Asi may be reached at: Jackson Law Center, PLLC4030 Wake Forest Rd. Suite 300Raleigh, North Carolina 27609Telephone: (919) 719-2742Fax: (919) 882-1005Email: asi@jacksonlawcenter.comWebsite: http://www.jacksonlawcenter.comFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/jacksonlawcenter/Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/jacksonlawcenter/Asi Jackson discussed and shared: * Shared her life’s journey that led her to becoming a lawyer.* Her experiences overall since entering into her law practice.* Discussed her screening process for prospective clients.* Shared what type of work that she most commonly finds herself doing these days.* Discussed her experiences when working with those that struggle with addiction and/or anger management related issues and how she works with clients that struggle with these issues. * Shared her court preparation process.* The future direction of her work.* How to learn more about her work.Additional Resources:National Suicide Prevention Lifeline1-800-273-8255https://suicidepreventionlifeline.org/American Association of Poison Control Centers1-800-222-1222https://aapcc.org/DISCLAIMER: The views and opinions expressed by guest speakers do not necessarily reflect nor represent the views, positions or policies of the host Vanessa Lech, the podcast “Unraveled - Addiction and Anger Management” or “Carolina Addiction and Anger Management PLLC”.The information included in the podcast, “Unraveled - Addiction and Anger Management” and the “Unraveled - Addiction and Anger Management” podcast description is for informational, entertainment and educational purposes only. This does NOT establish a clinical relationship with anyone. Please consult with a licensed behavioral health clinician in your area for personalized assistance with your unique situation. Thank you.
Podcast Title: Part 1 of 3: Asi Jackson Talks Becoming a Lawyer & What Brings Her Joy!Asi B. Jackson, Esq Biography Asi B. Jackson is the Owner & Senior Partner at Jackson Law Center, PLLC. Jackson Law Center is located at 4030 Wake Forest Rd., Suite 300, Raleigh, North Carolina 27609. Asi has been practicing law for 13 years and focuses her practice on Personal Injury/Accidents/Premises Liability, Criminal Defense & Traffic Matters. Asi is a 2005 graduate of the North Carolina Central University School of Law, where she was a Senior Editor on the North Carolina Central University School of Law Law Journal, and an active member of the Black Law Students Association (BLSA) and Phi Alpha Delta Fraternity. She is also a 2001 cum laude graduate of North Carolina A&T State University, where she received a Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science. She is a current member of the North Carolina State Bar, the North Carolina Bar Association and the Wake County Bar Association. Asi may be reached at: Jackson Law Center, PLLC4030 Wake Forest Rd. Suite 300Raleigh, North Carolina 27609Telephone: (919) 719-2742Fax: (919) 882-1005Email: asi@jacksonlawcenter.comWebsite: http://www.jacksonlawcenter.comFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/jacksonlawcenter/Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/jacksonlawcenter/Asi Jackson discussed and shared: * Shared her life’s journey that led her to becoming a lawyer.* Her experiences overall since entering into her law practice.* Discussed her screening process for prospective clients.* Shared what type of work that she most commonly finds herself doing these days.* Discussed her experiences when working with those that struggle with addiction and/or anger management related issues and how she works with clients that struggle with these issues. * Shared her court preparation process.* The future direction of her work.* How to learn more about her work.Additional Resources:National Suicide Prevention Lifeline1-800-273-8255https://suicidepreventionlifeline.org/American Association of Poison Control Centers1-800-222-1222https://aapcc.org/DISCLAIMER: The views and opinions expressed by guest speakers do not necessarily reflect nor represent the views, positions or policies of the host Vanessa Lech, the podcast “Unraveled - Addiction and Anger Management” or “Carolina Addiction and Anger Management PLLC”.The information included in the podcast, “Unraveled - Addiction and Anger Management” and the “Unraveled - Addiction and Anger Management” podcast description is for informational, entertainment and educational purposes only. This does NOT establish a clinical relationship with anyone. Please consult with a licensed behavioral health clinician in your area for personalized assistance with your unique situation. Thank you.
Rachael Norman is the founder and CEO of Better, an app that makes it simple for patients to get paid back by their health insurance when they visit a cash pay private practice. She studied Biochemistry and Biophysics at Stanford University. At Better, she has combined her health background and tech experience to tackle hard problems in healthcare. Rachael is an expert on health insurance, medical billing, and coding. Learn more at getbetter.coRachael Norman talks:What is Better? What are out of network benefits? What is a deductible?Why are insurance companies soooooooooo difficult to work with?How can Better help people seeking and/or using behavioral health care services? How did Better come to be? What is the projected future of Better at this point? Ideally, where do you see the future of your work heading? Both solving more problems in healthcare AND helping people by giving back such as our medical debt campaign.How can people find out more about your company and how to receive assistance?Visit getbetter.co and email support@getbetter.coProviders can request brochures to share with their patients on their website.Here is a digital Better brochure:https://drive.google.com/file/d/1YWBlKIciCFjR-bqi-rmEYdjpD7EyuEru/view?usp=sharingBelow is guide to superbills and everything they need to contain to be reimbursed by insurance:https://blog.getbetter.co/a-guide-to-superbills-e43578b5c086Here is the link for the Better Simple Practice deal. Healthcare providers can try their super easy to use EHR for free for 30-days and see how easy creating a superbill can be.https://www.simplepractice.com/getbetter/Below is the link to ICD10 Data.com. We discussed this invaluable resource for keeping up to date with coding changes and the every expanding array of options:https://www.icd10data.com/Healthcare providers can request brochures here:https://getbetter.co/providers
Title: Part 3 of 3 Podcast Episode - Rachael Norman Talks Helping People with Health Insurance Reimbursement.Rachael Norman is the founder and CEO of Better, an app that makes it simple for patients to get paid back by their health insurance when they visit a cash pay private practice. She studied Biochemistry and Biophysics at Stanford University. At Better, she has combined her health background and tech experience to tackle hard problems in healthcare. Rachael is an expert on health insurance, medical billing, and coding. Learn more at getbetter.coRachael Norman talks:What is Better? What are out of network benefits? What is a deductible?Why are insurance companies soooooooooo difficult to work with?How can Better help people seeking and/or using behavioral health care services? How did Better come to be? What is the projected future of Better at this point? Ideally, where do you see the future of your work heading? Both solving more problems in healthcare AND helping people by giving back such as our medical debt campaignHow can people find out more about your company and how to receive assistance?Visit getbetter.co and email support@getbetter.coProviders can request brochures to share with their patients on their website.Here is a digital Better brochure:https://drive.google.com/file/d/1YWBlKIciCFjR-bqi-rmEYdjpD7EyuEru/view?usp=sharingBelow is guide to superbills and everything they need to contain to be reimbursed by insurance:https://blog.getbetter.co/a-guide-to-superbills-e43578b5c086Here is the link for the Better Simple Practice deal. Healthcare providers can try their super easy to use EHR for free for 30-days and see how easy creating a superbill can be.https://www.simplepractice.com/getbetter/Below is the link to ICD10 Data.com. We discussed this invaluable resource for keeping up to date with coding changes and the every expanding array of options:https://www.icd10data.com/Healthcare providers can request brochures here:https://getbetter.co/providers
Title: Part 2 of 3 Podcast Episode - Rachael Norman Talks Helping People with Health Insurance Reimbursement.Rachael Norman is the founder and CEO of Better, an app that makes it simple for patients to get paid back by their health insurance when they visit a cash pay private practice. She studied Biochemistry and Biophysics at Stanford University. At Better, she has combined her health background and tech experience to tackle hard problems in healthcare. Rachael is an expert on health insurance, medical billing, and coding. Learn more at getbetter.coRachael Norman talks:What is Better? What are out of network benefits? What is a deductible?Why are insurance companies soooooooooo difficult to work with?How can Better help people seeking and/or using behavioral health care services? How did Better come to be? What is the projected future of Better at this point? Ideally, where do you see the future of your work heading? Both solving more problems in healthcare AND helping people by giving back such as our medical debt campaignHow can people find out more about your company and how to receive assistance?Visit getbetter.co and email support@getbetter.coProviders can request brochures to share with their patients on their website.Here is a digital Better brochure:https://drive.google.com/file/d/1YWBlKIciCFjR-bqi-rmEYdjpD7EyuEru/view?usp=sharingBelow is our guide to superbills and everything they need to contain to be reimbursed by insurance:https://blog.getbetter.co/a-guide-to-superbills-e43578b5c086Here is the link for the Better Simple Practice deal. Healthcare providers can try their super easy to use EHR for free for 30-days and see how easy creating a superbill can be.https://www.simplepractice.com/getbetter/Below is the link to ICD10 Data.com. We discussed this invaluable resource for keeping up to date with coding changes and the every expanding array of options:https://www.icd10data.com/Healthcare providers can request brochures here:https://getbetter.co/providers
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