Medical Billing and Coding

Program Information

Medical Billing and Coding is a two-year program of study that is designed to prepare students for office positions in hospitals, health clinics, insurance companies, nursing homes, and other health-related organizations. A student enrolled in Medical Billing and Coding will develop skills using ICD-10, CPT, HCPCS, accounting, Microsoft Office and electronic health records. 

Location of Program:

Fully Online

Program Start:

Fall & Spring Semesters

Program Instructor Contact Information:

Lauren Mayeaux
Laurel Ramsey

Your natural abilities

  • Detail Oriented
  • Able to work independently
  • Computer literate
  • Good communicator

Classroom knowledge

  • Complete the process of submitting insurance claims
  • Understand ICD & CPT coding protocols
  • Process insurance denials
  • Code real-world scenarios

Graduation options

  • Associate in Applied Science

Possible careers in this program:

Careers include, but are not limited to, Medical Biller, Medical Coder, Medical Office Assistant, and Medical File Clerk.

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