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Welcome to Medical Billing Resources
On this page, you will find materials that are helpful to your studies in the Medical Billing Program.
Start a new career as a medical billing specialist! Doctors’ offices, hospitals, HMOs, and clinics need the service of skilled billing specialists able to do the important job of medical billing. This is an evening program designed for those who have general office skills and are seeking a specialization. It focuses on the rules and regulations of the insurance industry, medical terminology, medical coding principles, and MEDENT, a medical accounting software package. Successful completion of this program will provide graduates with the opportunity to obtain employment in diverse medical office environments, and qualifies them to take the Certified Medical Billing Specialist review and exam. Requirements include a high school diploma or GED and keyboarding skills of 25 words a minute.
Medical Billing Complete Program:
Dates: March 1, 2021 – July 16, 2021
Days/times: Mondays, Tuesdays, and Wednesdays from 5:00 pm- to 9:00 pm or take individual classes (does not include Medical Billing Certification Review and Exam). Room D-108
Medical Billing Career Information
Medical Records and Health Information Technicians
The Occupational Outlook Handbook's web page on the career of Medical Records and Health Information Technicians, including their work environment, typical duties such as medical coding, job outlook, how to enter into the field, and similar occupations.
Books in the Lewis Library
Professionalism in Medical Assisting by
Call Number: R728.8 .R68 2014
This book guides students in working cohesively as team members, treating all patients with respect and kindness, and behaving with a strong ethical compass. Case studies and role-play scenarios help readers develop critical thinking skills, anticipate challenges, and prepare professional responses.
Medical Billing, Records, and Health Info Technicians Associations
American Health Information Management Association
The American Health Information Management Association (AHIMA) is the leading voice and authority in health information, wherever it is found. Our people work at the intersection of healthcare, technology, and business. On the Association's homepage, there is a helpful Explore Careers tool.
Healthcare Business Management Association (HBMA)
The HBMA's mission is to provide invaluable and influential resource for healthcare revenue cycle and business management services through education, advocacy, collaboration and certification for healthcare billing professionals and providers engaged in the business and technology of healthcare revenue cycle management.
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