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Medical Billing and Coding (MBC) professionals create and manage important medical documents. You’ll look at patient records, determine the services they were provided, and translate that info into billing codes for government and insurance reimbursement. In this field, your accurate records ensure patients get the best care and the proper insurance.
As a Medical Billing & Coding professional you’ll spend your workday:
- Reading and analyzing patient records.
- Determining correct codes for records.
- Using codes to bill insurance companies.
- Keeping track of data.
- Ensuring patient confidentiality.
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Medical Billing Program Overview
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The Medical Billing & Coding program prepares you to process treatment records and insurance information. As a student, you’ll learn about medical insurance and the claims process, insurance codes, the appeals process, and more.
After you graduate this program, you’ll be awarded a Career Diploma.
Because Healthcare is a hands-on job, you’ll be trained by industry professionals in fully-equipped classrooms. Above all, NTI wants you to learn by doing. Therefore, Medical Billing & Coding program students get comprehensive training in:
- HIPAA & Legal Aspects.
- Electronic Health Records.
- Medical Terminology.
- Medical Billing.
- Medical Coding.
- Computer Skills.
- Anatomy and Physiology.
- Pharmacology for Allied Health.
- Professional Development for Allied Health.
Earn National Certification
During the Medical Billing & Coding program, you’ll be prepared to earn nationally recognized certification through the National Healthcareer Association (NHA). Since certification is proof to employers that you know what you’re doing, they’re invaluable during your job search. Employers are always looking for qualified and certified professionals.
MBC Program Costs
The Medical Billing & Coding program qualifies for federal financial aid. During your Admissions Interview, you’ll be given a full overview of your personal costs and payment options.
Payment options include:
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As a graduate of the Medical Billing & Coding program, you’ll be qualified to pursue entry-level positions in a variety of medical environments, including:
- Physician offices.
- Ambulatory centers.
- Healthcare organizations.
- Insurance companies.
Job Placement Assistance
You don’t have to search for a job alone. Once the education portion is complete, our Career Services Office supports you in your job search. Career services are available to any graduate in good standing with the school. Most importantly, NTI graduates have access to the Career Services Offices for the rest of their lives.
The Career Services Office offers:
- Application and resume preparation.
- Professional interview techniques.
- Help to contact prospective employers.
- Job fair events with local employers.