Medical Coding and Billing is designed to prepare students for employment as Coding and Billers in physician’s offices, ambulatory centers, health care organizations and insurance companies. The Medical Coding and Billing program groups its courses around knowledge and skills required for health information management and technology. We provide students with 900 hours of classroom theory and lab time, in which students receive all of the practical training needed to perform in the field of Health Information Technology.
Medical Coding and Billing is designed to prepare students for employment as Coders and Billers in physician’s offices, ambulatory centers health care organization and insurance companies. The goal of the Medical Coding and Billing Especially program is to prepare students with the appropriate didactic theory and hands-on skills required and necessary, for the processing, reporting, security, and management of health information, within the health care setting. This includes, but is not limited to, structure and analysis of health data, coding, indexing, retention and reimbursement systems, data abstracting, file analysis and management, health care statistics, health record evaluation, computer systems, anatomy and physiology, and Pathophysiology.