Find accredited medical billing certificate and AS degree programs at local trade schools and online technical colleges.
What does a medical biller do? A medical biller has three parts to their job: creating claims, transaction reports, and patient billing. A medical biller will be skillful at helping all parties involved navigate the murky waters of laws, regulations, and guidelines.
Use the search application to find an on-campus or online medical billing program.
Schools with Medical Billing Programs
The trade schools and colleges listed here are accredited and have financial aid assistance for students who qualify.
All colleges are not listed here, use the search application to find your local options.
Schools with Online Medical Billing Programs
MedCerts – Online Medical Billing and Coding
Daymar College – Online Billing & Coding Specialist
Miller-Motte Technical College – Online Medical Billing and Coding
Keiser University – Health Services Administration
St Leo University – Healthcare Administration
Blue Cliff College – Online Medical Billing and Coding
McCann School of Business & Technology – Online Medical Billing and Coding
Difference between medical billing & coding
- Medical billers assign codes and insurance information and insert them into the billing software.
- Medical coders decipher the documents written by the doctors or nurses and apply the appropriate procedure codes.