Medical Billing and Coding Specialist

Medical billing and coding specialist play a vital role in today’s healthcare industry.

Whether employed by a private practice, hospital, clinic, surgery center, or other setting, medical billers and coders use codes to document patient diagnoses and treatments.  Their duties include:

  • Reading and analyzing patient records
  • Determining correct codes for patient records
  • Using codes to bill insurance providers
  • Keeping track of patient data
  • Managing detailed, specifically coded information
  • Maintaining patient confidentiality

Included in this 120-hour program are medical terminology, anatomy and physiology, medical billing functions, insurance guidelines and compliance training, legal and ethical issues, and basic diagnostic and procedural coding.  National certification exam through the National Healthcareer Association is included with the program.  It is also recommended that students sit for Certified Professional Coder (CPC) exam* offered through AAPC.  Textbooks purchased separately.

Salary Information: $40,450 Annual Mean Wage in California. Click here for source.
Salary Information: $35,440 Annual Mean Wage in Georgia.  Click here for source.


If you are interested in this program, please email your name and what city you live in to be placed on an interest list.  Thank you.


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