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Tips for Dietitians-to-Be Part I: Passing the RDN Exam

Tips for Dietitians-to-Be Part I: Passing the RDN Exam

Congratulations to you, RDs-to-be, who are nearing your much-anticipated graduation date! You’re nearly there! The Healthy Bytes billing allies recognize and applaud all of the hard work you have put into becoming a dietitian to date.

As you near the final turn, you’re likely starting to prepare for the national RDN exam at this time. Just like any other exam prep, some of us study best for this exam with others, while some of us prefer to study solo. Many current dietitians swear by their use of flashcards for prep for the RDN exam, given the loads of data and memorization involved – while others prefer manuals or seminars. Whatever your study method, we’ve compiled a few resources that aim to help you pass on your first try!

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Since 2015, Healthy Bytes has been empowering dietitians to become an integral part of medical care by connecting them with patients, providers, and payers. In 2020, we’re taking that to the next level.

Introducing: the Healthy Bytes Network.

National Provider Identifier (NPI) Numbers, Revisited

National Provider Identifier (NPI) Numbers, Revisited

HIPAA regulations dictate that, as a health care provider working with health insurance companies, you need a National Provider Identifier (NPI) number. These 10-digit numbers are a way for the healthcare sector to identify health professionals consistently and they are publicly searchable.

There are actually two types of NPIs, logically referred to as “Type I” and, yes, “Type II”. Type I NPIs are also sometimes called individual or personal NPIs, while Type II NPIs can be referred to as either organizational or group NPIs.

Webinar: Demystify Insurance with Healthy Bytes

Webinar: Demystify Insurance with Healthy Bytes

You’re invited! Join us for our free upcoming webinar on Demystifying Insurance, scheduled for November 7th, 2018 from 3:00 p.m. ET to 3:45 p.m. ET. Walk away from the session with a solid understanding of health insurance and how to make health insurance work for your practice.

Counting Down to FNCE 2018!

Counting Down to FNCE 2018!

We can’t believe it – this year’s Food and Nutrition Conference and Expo, taking place in Washington, D.C., October 20-23rd, 2018, is less than one week away!  

We'll be at booth #735 in the main expo hall, and we'll also be at booth #3106 at the Member Product Marketplace