The Medical Reimbursement and Coding associate degree program at Bryant & Stratton College prepares students for entry-level positions in medical coding and other areas of the healthcare industry. As the medical field continues to grow, the need for skilled medical coders will grow as well. Medical coding professionals have the ability to work for private practices, hospitals, clinics, long-term-care facilities, insurance providers, and other businesses within the industry.
The first step toward this detail-oriented profession is this 60-credit associate degree program that is designed to meet the standards set by the American Health Information Management Association (AHIMA) and the American Academy of Professional Coders (AAPC). Upon graduation, students will be capable of earning certification through one of these two bodies.
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The Medical Reimbursement and Coding associate degree program will provide students with the ability to:
The Medical Reimbursement and Coding degree program is available in Bryant & Stratton College's new blended learning format. You can learn more about this format and how blended learning can compliment your daily schedule by clicking here.
The Medical Reimbursement and Coding associate degree program is available for study with Bryant & Stratton College Online. The online Medical Reimbursement and Coding associate degree program follows the same outcomes and curriculum as the campus-based program with the added flexibility and convenience of an online program. Students can expect the same personal touch and support as provided by our campus faculty and staff.
Credits earned in online classes at Bryant & Stratton College are the same as credits earned in campus-based classes at Bryant & Stratton College.
To learn more about the Medical Reimbursement and Coding associate degree please refer to our course catalog.
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