We train our students to code real-life scenarios and produce operative reports. Students use the latest systems and guidelines, including Medisoft, a software programs commonly used in today’s doctors’ offices and hospitals to document patient care. Each instructor works hard to make sure our students understand the materials and reach their individual educational goals. At the end of the program, our students get a chance to participate in an externship opportunity, applying their learned skills by working side by side with professionals in the field!*
Our medical billing and coding diploma program offers industry experienced and qualified instructors who have worked in the field and can bring their experiences to the classroom. They take pride in preparing students with career-focused technical training, along with providing exercises in résumé building and interviewing and tips on searching for job opportunities in the field.
Open the door to our Mobile Campus, and you’ll see a reception area that is bright, inviting, and friendly. Our staff and faculty are accessible throughout your training with us, even after you graduate. And the best doors we can help you open are those that may lead to a new career.* We’ve been helping folks do that since we opened our own doors as the very first “Southeast College of Technology” in July 1986.
The Medical Billing and Coding Diploma Program provides training in the basic elements of coding for the healthcare and insurance industries. The curriculum covers medical terminology and abbreviations, computerized medical billing, medical records management, compliance, and coding for medical office applications and hospital applications.
The objective of this Program is to prepare graduates for entry-level positions such as insurance billing clerk, medical biller, and collections and billing clerk.
Program completion normally requires nine months for full-time students.
If you are a detail-oriented person looking for a career in the medical profession that doesn’t require direct patient care, consider medical billing and coding training.
Medical billers and coders, also known as medical records and health information technicians, process health information to facilitate billing for medical services. Career destinations include, but are not limited to, the following:
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