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Medical Billing & Coding

Accurate medical billing/coding is necessary to secure maximum reimbursement for the healthcare provider and to ensure legal compliance on claims. The Certificate in Medical Billing/Coding is designed to prepare participants for an entry level position in one of the fastest growing industries. This administrative position assists medical research and reimbursement in a medical office, hospital, or other health care settings. This program prepares you for a career change or advancement.

All students must complete the prerequisite Medical Administration in Billing and Coding Introduction prior to continuing on to receive certificates in specialized areas including: Medical Administrative Assistant, Electronic Health Records, Medical Billing and Medical Coding Specialist.

Take ALL of the courses and receive eligibility to take any of the Certified Inpatient Coder (CIC), a Certified Professional Coder (CPC), a Certified Professional Biller (CPB), or Certified Coding Specialist (CCS) exams.

All classes meet at the West Windsor campus unless otherwise noted.

Medical Administration in Billing and Coding Introduction

All students must complete this course in order to take Medical Administrative Assistant, Medical Reimbursement Specialist and/or Electronic Health Records Specialist courses. Topics include: Medical Terminology, HIPPA -Privacy in Physician Practice (HIPAA Certification), Introduction to Allied Health Clinical and Admin, Anatomy & Physiology/Pathology.
7.2 CEU. Cost $1,008 ($908 tuition, $100 administrative fee).


Textbook is available at the college bookstore.
NCHCP-CS068-01

January 18 - March 6* 
16 sessions / Mondays & Wednesdays / 5:00-9:30pm and Fridays* / 5-9:30pm

*Friday class held on February 3 and February 24 only

Instructor: Fern Harhay


Medical Administrative Assistant Certificate
Prerequisite: Medical Administration in Billing and Coding Introduction.
In this 60 hours course, students will learn how to process insurance claims and perform bookkeeping procedures and clerical functions. Job readiness, workplace dynamics, medical assisting administrative procedures, and medical terminology and its application will be discussed and reviewed. Upon successful completion you are eligible to receive your Medical Administrative Assistant Certificate. Textbook required and available at college bookstore.
6.0 CEU. Cost $840 ($740 tuition, $100 administrative fee)

NCHCP-CS56 -01

March 29 - May 12   
20 Sessions / Mondays, Wednesdays & Fridays / 6-9pm

Instructor: Michele Lykes

Electronic Health Records Specialist
Prerequisite: Medical Administration in Billing and Coding Introduction.
It is recommended that students be computer literate. Students must bring their own flash drive to class to save their work.
This 60-hour hands-on class prepares you to perform duties using the SpringCharts EHR software. SpringCharts is an interactive office software program used by medical office professionals, billers and coders and those in a variety of medical specialties. It is utilized to perform office tasks such as ordering tests, confirming appointments and scanning and documenting immunization records.
Textbook required. Available in college bookstore. Please bring book to first class.
5.0 CEU. Cost: $700 (tuition $600, administrative fee $100)
NCHCP-CS070-01

March 28 - May 23  
17 Sessions / Tuesdays & Thursdays / 6-9pm*
*May 23: class meets 6-8pm

Instructor: Carla Johnson

Medical Billing Specialist Certificate
Prerequisite: Medical Administration in Billing and Coding Introduction.
This 50 hour course focuses on the process of medical billing and the payment or reimbursements a medical office will receive for medical procedures. The various types of billing claims, the process and collection of payments and tracking routing slips are the main focus of this course. Students will understand the differences between Claims and Billing and Reimbursements as they apply to commercial, government and private health insurance. Work for automobile insurance companies, health insurance companies, government agencies and medical office and hospitals with this certificate.
5.0 CEU. Tuition Cost $700 (tuition $600, administrative fees $100).
NCHCP- CS072-01

March 29 – May 5* 
17 Sessions / Mondays, Wednesdays & Fridays / 6-9pm
*May 5: class meets 6-8pm

Instructor: Jessica Pursell Schutte, CPC

Medical Coding Specialist Certificate
Prerequisite: Must complete Medical Administration in Billing and Coding Introduction, Medical Administrative Assistant, Electronic Health Records Specialist and Medical Billing Specialist
The Medical Billing and Coding 50 hour course is a job training program for those who are seeking employment in the Medical Administration Billing and Coding field. Students will gain an understanding of the important link between the provisions of healthcare and reimbursement for services. The multi-step billing process and medical coding procedures are the foundation of the program. Students will also learn healthcare law and ethics, medical terminology, anatomy and physiology, and the various software programs commonly used in the medical arena. Prepare for employment in hospitals, physician offices, billing facilities, and other related businesses while learning the steps necessary to become a Certified Inpatient Coder CIC, a Certified Professional Coder CPC, a Certified Professional Biller CPB, or Certified Coding Specialist CCS. Upon successful completion, you are eligible to receive a Billing, Coder or Billing and Coding Certificate.
5.0 CEU. Tuition Cost $700 (tuition $600, administrative fees $100).
NCHCP- CS071-01

January 18 – February 24 
17 sessions / Mondays, Wednesdays & Fridays / 6 - 9pm

Instructor: Kim Barca, RHIA and Jessica Schutte


Medical Billing and Coding Review
This course will focus on medical billing and coding techniques, certification options and application of the medical billing and coding process. Students will have a review of CPT, ICD 10 CM and PCS codes as well as billing reimbursement terminology. This course is perfect for those that seek various certification options as a Biller and or Coder.
3.0 CEU. Tuition Cost $420 (tuition $320, administrative fees $100).
NCHCP- CS067 -01

March 8 – May 10 
10 sessions / Wednesdays / 6 - 9pm

Instructor: Carla Johnson


CONTACT US:

Registration Desk: 609-570-3311

Register online here.

Questions: E-mail us


Please note our refund policy:
You will receive 100% refund if cancellation is made 10 or more days before the beginning of a class. 
We cannot refund if cancellation is made less than 10 days before the class start date.


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