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Certified Medical Billing and Coding Specialist Program


This program consists of the following six courses:

First Semester:

Medical Terminology & Body Systems -- MBX126 -- which is the language used in medical professions;

Electronic Health Records -- MBX-005, which covers regulations that govern the practice of medicine;

Computer Readiness -- MBX-003 -- which covers the Microsoft Office Suite of Word, Power Point and Excel.

Second Semester:

CPT Coding (Current Procedural Terminology) -- MBX-103;

ICD-10 Coding - International Classification of Diseases -- MBX-104;

Medical Billing & Practice Management -- MBX-125, which includes insurance industry terminology and the knowledge of how to correctly code and bill for services rendered using practice management software. The focus of this medical career pathway is the financial health of enterprise or revenue cycle management.

Each of the six classes is $475.

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What you'll learn

  • Learn the language used in the medical profession

    Navigate electronic health record

    Learn coding, insurance industry terminology

Skills you'll gain

  • complex coding and billing procedures
  • diagnosis and procedure coding
  • basic claims processes
  • Solve insurance billing and coding problems
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Earn a Career Certificate

National Certification CBCS exam with the NHA

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Depicition of a credential earned for completing this course

Medical Records Specialists
Median Salary

$56,500 *

The median salary in the New York metropolitan area is $56,500, in New York State $49,390, and $48,780 in the United States*.

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Also called Health Information Technician (Health Information Tech), Medical Records Clerk, Medical Records Coordinator and Registered Health Information Technician (RHIT)

*Based on U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics Occupational Employment and Wage Statistics (USBLS OEWS)

📈 Grow Rapidly

This career will grow rapidly in the next few years.

🚪 Openings

New job opportunities are very likely in the future.

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