Accredited Medical Billing & Coding Classes

Medical Trade Colleges and Online Technical Schools with Medical Billing and Coding degree and certificate training programs. Learn to

  • translate patient information into a medical code,
  • submit claims to insurance companies,
  • generate invoices,
  • handle payments and more.

Accelerated online, weekend classroom and hybrid (classroom/online) course options are available at most schools.

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Medical Trade Schools with Billing and Coding Programs

Antonelli College Classes

Hunter Business School Vocational Training Programs

Daymar College Vocational Training Programs

Southern Tech Vocational and Degree Programs

Vista College Vocational Training Programs

Platt College Vocational & Degree Programs

American Institute Vocational Classes

MMC Vocational Training Programs

South College Vocational & Degree Programs

UEI College Vocational Training Programs

FCC Vocational Training Programs

PCI Vocational Training Programs

Hunter Business School Vocational Training Programs

Lincoln Tech Vocational Training Programs

CHCP Medical Career Certificate Programs

St. Paul’s School of Nursing Medical Programs

Career Training Academy Vocational Programs

Brightwood College Classes

Sullivan University Vocational & Degree Programs

KTI Vocational Training Programs

College of Westchester Vocational & Degree Programs

Pittsburgh Tech Vocational & Degree Programs

New England Tech Vocational Training Programs

NTI Vocational Training Programs

Central Penn Vocational & Degree Programs

Northwestern College Technical & Degree Programs

Fortis Vocational Training & Degree Programs

Dawn Career Institute Vocational Training Programs

Medical Coding

Medical coders are the translators of “doctor speak.” They take what the doctor writes on a patient’s chart and translate it as carefully as possible into the proper insurance coding. This is to make sure the patient gets billed correctly, and the insurance company accurately reimburses the doctor’s office.

Each action, from the moment a patient walks through the doors of a medical facility to the time they check out to leave, has a code. Every step that is taken is transcribed into the medical chart, and it’s up to the coder to accurately represent the activity, such as tests and diagnoses, with the proper code.

Medical Billing

A medical biller has three parts to their job: creating claims, transaction reports, and patient billing. A biller worth their salt will be skillful at helping all parties involved navigate the murky waters of laws, regulations, and guidelines.

The schools listed here are accredited as of 12/7/16. I looked up the accreditation myself and listed it on each individual school info page. Find vocational training in the medical field from a technical college near you. Fill out Top Trade School’s free widget and get contacted by the school of your choice, it’s that easy.

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