Congratulations to Spring Class of 2019! Now accepting applicants for Year 2020. SCHEDULES: Class 1:POSTPONED, Class 2: June 20- Aug 30, 2020 Class 3: Sept 20-Nov 29, 2020
What does a Medical Biller & Coder do?
From clinics to hospitals, medical billers and coders use medical codes to document patient diagnoses and treatments. Duties include: - Reading and analyzing patient records. - Determining the correct codes for patient records. - Using codes to bill insurance providers. - Interacting with physicians and assistants to ensure accuracy. - Keeping track of patient data over multiple visits. - Managing detailed, specifically-coded information. - Maintaining patient confidentiality and information security. Medical Billers & Coders have been working behind the scenes, ensuring payments are being processed for patients to receive optimal care from treating providers. While you will be required to interact and communicate with physicians and assistants to a certain degree, much of your work will be independent from everything else that goes on in a health care facility.
What will I learn during my Medical Billing & Coding training? International Classification of Diseases, Tenth Revision Clinical Modification (ICD-10 CM) Code knowledge understanding diagnoses and treatments given establish medical codes to transcribe patient history Learn to bill, through providers, to insurance companies.
Course Fee: Registration fee: $250.00 -*Note: This is a non-refundable pre-registration fee. Fee is included into the program fee. Program Fee: $1,079.00 - Includes registration fee, tuition, use of facility and supplies, and free complimentary. WORK BOOK(only) to keep. Text book must be purchased or rent.
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