We would like to accept articles that our readers will find useful and interesting! If you’ve got ideas to share, experiences to talk about or valuable insight, then hopefully we can work together and post them on our Improving Medical Billing Processes blog.
You’ll be writing for an engaged 12,000+ audience (via email) that is very keen to learn about Revenue Cycle Management, Medical Billing, Coding and how to grow medical practice revenue! Readers are typically in Revenue Cycle management, marketing, and management roles in healthcare.
Requirements for Guest Blog
Please fill-in the form to the right.These are the requirements to get considered for a guest blog post.
Although we will try our best, we can’t guarantee we will publish your article. We will ignore posts if they are spam, self-promotional, or off topic.
You’ll get your back-link in the author bio (usually placed at the start of the post), so don’t spam your content with links. We will not include contextual links within the article that are purely for promotional or SEO purposes.
Guest Blogging Submission Process
- Email us at Guest.Blogging@m-scribe.com with a subject like: “Guest Blog Post Request – Your details (Attn. Alan)”
- Please submit as a Google Doc. Send the link and also share us on the document.
Please don't stuff keywords, spam links or plagiarize.
Submit original content
Please send us an article which is related to the Revenue Cycle Management (RCM) industry. Your article must be written by you and it must not be published anywhere else. You must also provide appropriate attribution for any content in your post that is not yours, including images.
Proofread, spell check and format itMake sure your submission has been proofread, spell checked, is formatted into paragraphs, and uses headings and subheadings.
We Reserve the Right to Request Edits
You’ll be notified if we decide to publish your article. If your article contains too many errors you will be given the opportunity to make changes. You can also opt to withdraw your article.
Bloggers are Unpaid
All guest blog posts will be unpaid. Your article will be visible to our 12,000+ email subscribers, social networks, and you will also receive a back link.
Disclose affiliate links and acknowledge if you are mentioning people or companies you have a commercial relationship with.