As the old saying goes, money makes the world go round. For medical offices that means the doors stay open and people get paid. Who is in charge of making that happen? Medical billers. But, the job of a medical biller is not simply sending invoices and collecting payments. Medical billers can also help patients navigate the frustrating and confusing world of insurance. To be a medical biller it takes someone who is highly-organized and analytical.
Gain the skills needed to excel as a medical biller in the healthcare industry while also preparing to take the Certified Professional Biller (CPB™) exam offer by the AAPC-Advancing the Business of Medicine. This certificate program places a focus on key healthcare and billing practices that translate to various aspects of the healthcare industry. Courses in anatomy and physiology, healthcare reimbursement, and medical coding ensure students grasp a broad spectrum of practices utilized throughout the healthcare field.
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Albany - Scheina Joseph
Buffalo - Thelma Godert
Rochester - Thelma Godert
Syracuse - Kimberly Taylor
While medical billing and coding is often regarded as the same job, they are distinctly two different functions. However, medical billers still need to understand coding language and how to interpret invoices. Through this program, students gain the training needed to serve as a vital member of a medical office or other healthcare facility. Student’s will build their knowledge and decision making skills to work in the medical billing field. These skills include:
The Medical Billing certificate program provides an in-depth exploration of medical billing and coding through the Certified Professional Biller course. The curriculum establishes the framework for success in billing positions through the four courses that make up this certificate program, which are: