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At Integrity College of Health, our Medical Billing and Coding program is designed to prepare students to enter the fast-growing administrative healthcare sector of the industry. Medical Billing and Coding Specialists are administrative healthcare professionals, performing critical tasks in support of doctors and medical practices. This 35-week program provides students with intensive training to learn the skills to perform important administrative tasks in medical billing and coding. Students in the Medical Billing and Coding program learn from professional instructors, and receive real-world on-the-job experience through an Externship.
Students in the Medical Billing and Coding program learn:
Graduates receive a Certificate of Completion, Medical Billing and Coding diploma, and CPR and First Aid Certification from the American Red Cross. The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics ranks Medical Billing and Coding as among the fastest growing occupations over the 2019-2029 decade. Employment is projected to grow 9% – much faster than the average job ranking (BLS). As of 2020, Medical and Billing Coders held about 340,000 jobs in private medical and dental clinics, hospitals, insurance companies, private billing companies or public health departments in positions including Patient Account Representative, Billing Coordinator, Billing and Coding Specialist, and Medical Insurance Collection Specialist.
Upon completion of the program, graduates will be able to:
Prerequisites: To enroll in the Medical Billing and Coding program students must have a high school diploma or GED and pass the entrance exam. If you do not have a high school diploma, we offer the Eligible Career Pathway Programs (ECPP). Students will have the opportunity to earn their high school diploma while being concurrently enrolled in an eligible ECPP program.
Please refer to the latest School Catalog for more information.