Program Name: Medical Insurance Specialist/Medical Biller

You Will Learn:

  • How to examine the structure, function and disease processes of the body systems

  • How to understand and interpret generalized medical language and terminology

  • Use knowledge acquired throughout the course to accurately and efficiently locate and apply appropriate ICD-10-CM and Current Procedural Terminology (CPT) codes

Length of Program:

900 Hours (10 Months)

Estimated Starting Pay:


Course Description:

Throughout this program, students will examine the structure, function and disease processes of the body systems, understanding and interpreting generalized medical language as well as apply terminology specific to the body system being currently covered. Once correlating terminology has been introduced, students will use this knowledge to accurately and efficiently locate and apply International Classification of Disease 10th edition (ICD-10-CM) and Current Procedural Terminology (CPT) Codes. Mastery of the coding process will facilitate the transition into exploration of medical insurance, third party payers, reimbursements and claim processing.

Program Costs:

$8,053.52 - Tuition, Insurance, Certification, Books, BCI Background Check, Books

Application Process:

  • Career Coaching (optional)

  • Application and Fee

  • Entrance Exam

Minimum Requirements:

  • Must be 18 years of age

  • High school diploma or GED

  • Completed application process

  • TABE Test

  • Satisfactory background check

  • Passing drug screening

  • Medical clearance and records

  • 2-Step TB Test (Mantoux)

Certification/Licensure Information:

After students have successfully completed the coursework they will earn a diploma in Medical Billing and Coding with Office Administration and proceed to the certifying exam provided through the National Center for Competency Testing. Passing the exam will earn the student the credential of Insurance and Billing Specialist.