NCHC105M Medical Billing and Coding Online
with ON LINE
This course prepares students for an entry-level career as a medical coder. Applicable skills:
Comprehend and apply CPT, ICD-10, and HCPCS coding guidelines to identify diagnoses, procedures for insurance reimbursement. Explain the role of a medical coder as a liaison between the health clinician and billing offices.
Identify the procedures for patient record retrieval. Apply computer and information literacy skills using electronic health records software. Identify terms, facts, methods, procedures, concepts, theories, principles, and processes within medical billing and coding scenarios.
Understand laws and theories, including issues relating to ethics and confidentiality. Calculate solutions to mathematical problems related to reimbursement and medical mathematics. Interpret and evaluate information to make proper coding decisions. Review basic written and workplace communication skills.
Upon completion you will be prepared to sit for the CBCS, CPC, or CCA.
On average this course is 754 hours of independent, online instruction.
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This course is WIOA Approved.
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