At AlliedRx Institute of Healthcare, we offer a robust curriculum that covers all aspects of medical billing and coding. You will gain a deep understanding of medical terminology, procedure codes, and the intricacies of the healthcare industry. Our courses also introduce you to the Common Procedure Coding System (HCPCS), an essential tool used in accurately assigning procedure codes for medical services.
Upon completion of our training program, you will be fully prepared to take the AAPC, NHA or AHIMA designated exams. This comprehensive exam evaluates your knowledge and skills in medical coding, including accurately assigning procedure codes, understanding medical histories, and navigating the healthcare common procedure coding system. With our rigorous training, you'll have the confidence and expertise to excel in the exam and launch your career as a
The demand for skilled medical billers and coders is on the rise, making it an excellent career choice. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the employment of medical records and health information technicians, which includes billing and coding professionals, is projected to grow faster than the average for all occupations. This means that there are abundant job opportunities available for those with the right skills and certifications.
At AlliedRx Institute of Healthcare, we are committed to your success. Our experienced instructors are industry professionals who bring real-world expertise to the classroom. They are dedicated to providing you with the knowledge and skills necessary to thrive in the field of medical billing and coding.
We also offer online medical billing and coding certification programs to further enhance your credentials and expand your career prospects. Our billing and coding certification program covers advanced topics and ensures that you stay updated with the latest industry standards and regulations.
Applicants must be 18 years of age to apply and be admitted to the Phlebotomy Technician Program.
Applicants must be; attending high school, have a GED certificate, or is a high school graduate
Applicant must have demonstrated English language proficiency (including reading, writing and speaking)
The Program consists of a total of 50 Clock HoursDuration: Traditional Pathway: 14 Week Program Fast Track Pathway: 6 Week Program
This introductory course provides students with the basic principles and foundation needed to understand health insurance. Students will learn about the history of healthcare in the United States of America, concepts regarding healthcare, compare and contrast HMOs , PPOs, POS, individual and group insurance. Students will also learn about Medicare and Medicaid regulations regarding coverage for healthcare services and reimbursement. Ethical issues in the healthcare billing environment and how to prevent claim denials with accurate medical coding.
This course teaches students to identify and assign appropriate diagnosis, procedure codes and modifiers for healthcare reimbursement. Students will learn how to utilize ICD-10-CM, CPT and HCPCS to assign appropriate codes to a medical claim. Students will also learn how to apply the guidelines and importance of proper documentation for the processing of clean medical claims.
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