Medical Billing and Coding
Career Training Program
Medical Billing and Coding Training
Medical billing and coding training from Blackstone prepares you for a fulfilling career in this fast-growing healthcare field! Payments in the healthcare system depend on proper medical coding, so billing and coding job opportunities abound. Prospective employees with medical billing and coding training can find work at a hospital, medical office, insurance company, or even work from home.
Blackstone’s medical billing and coding training provides the knowledge and skills needed to stand out from the competition. With decades of experience, Blackstone is the leader in flexible career training programs. Prepare for a new career from home … on your terms! Work at your own pace and choose the times you study. Our quality, online training programs are built to suit your schedule and individual needs. You will have access to the support you need as you progress through your medical billing and coding training.
Through the Medical Billing and Coding training program, you’ll gain the knowledge you will need to obtain an entry-level position in the medical billing and coding field. Upon graduation, you will have a working knowledge of coding systems — CPT and ICD-9-CM — so that you can assign the proper codes in medical computer systems. You’ll become comfortable with the basics of medical terminology, pharmacology, medical billing, coding, and more. You will also learn how to use MediSoft V14, one of the most popular data entry/billing programs adopted by medical offices. Near the conclusion of your medical billing and coding training, you’ll learn effective job search strategies and how to write a cover letter and resume. Now is the time to prepare for your new career as a medical biller or coder…let our medical billing and coding training open the door to new opportunities for you!
Students who graduate from Blackstone’s Medical Billing and Coding training program are qualified to sit for the Certified Coding Associate (CCA) exam administered by the American Health Information Management Association, as well as the Certified Medical Reimbursement Specialist (CMRS) exam from the American Medical Billing Association. After gaining work experience, graduates can take the American Academy of Professional Coders’ Certified Professional Coder (CPC) exam. Becoming certified in your field can lead to a higher salary and more advancement opportunities.