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Medical Billing and Coding Courses

Read about some of our medical billing and coding courses so you can discover how our training will get you started on the path to your new career.

Sample Medical Billing and Coding Courses

Health Insurance

This course is designed to familiarize students with the health care language of the rapidly changing insurance industry. Insurance terminology, types of insurance, eligibility and benefit structures will be covered, as well as workers compensation managed care plans, and cost containment issues. Medical law and ethics about health care providers and insurance companies and careers in the medical billing/health claims processing fields will also be discussion topics.

Medical Administrative Procedures

This course prepares students to meet the challenges of the changing workplace and to sole typical problems that arise in the business office. Problem-solving, decision-making, and handling conflict will enhance the student’s ability to handle multiple tasks and manage difficult situations in the workplace. This course will emphasize the importance of communication and interpersonal skills.

Anatomy and Physiology

This course will explore the integumentary system, skeletal and muscular systems, the nervous system, special senses, reproductive system, digestive system, and endocrine system are explored along with their related terminology. Diseases and disorders of each of these systems are also covered in this course.

Medical Insurance Processing

This course is designed to familiarize students with the health care language of the rapidly changing insurance industry. Insurance terminology, types of insurance, eligibility and benefit structures will be covered, as well as workers compensation managed care plans, and cost containment issues. Medical law and ethics about health care providers and insurance companies and careers in the medical billing/health claims processing fields will also be discussion topics. An in-depth study and practical application of the processing of claims submitted on CMS 1450 forms. Defined is the diversity in types of services as well as payer- specific requirements. Complicated coding logic and technique are simplified. A systematic practice pattern is designed in the use of ICD10-CM diagnostic and procedural coding along with CPT-4 coding.

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