Online Medical Billing & Coding

Critical Care Training Center is offering an exciting opportunity for those interested in beginning a new career as Medical Billing and Coding specialist. Medical Billing and Coding is a rapidly growing area of the health care field. With today’s advancements in medicine and technology and increasing government regulations, this field offers many career venues for individuals with a Medical Billing and Coding education. A Medical Biller and Coder takes health information and converts it into codes that allow the provider to receive reimbursement from health insurance companies.

Absolute advantages
of the course include:

  • 100% online
  • Earn up to $52,000
  • Get your certificate in as little as 10 months
  • Complete around your busy schedule
  • Pass the National Exam
  • 100% pass rate on the Certified Professional Coder (CPC)
  • Financial Aid available

Course Fee


Prerequisite for the course:
1. A high school diploma or General Education Diploma (GED)
2. No felony or misdemeanor related to the sale of drugs. Traffic violations and any other issues must be cleared up before the externship. This is the sole responsibility of each student
3. A history of vaccinations is periodically required to work in the externship
4. Commitment to the rigorous 14-week course schedule


What is Medical Billing and Coding?
The Medical Billing and Coding Specialist program prepares students for billing/coding careers in medical offices, hospitals, clinics, health maintenance organizations (HMOs), extended care facilities, insurance companies, and health data organizations. Medical coding specialists develop skills and knowledge to transform written descriptions of diseases, injuries, conditions, and medical procedures into alpha-numeric classifications. Currently, reimbursement for health care services is dependent on the assignment of universally recognized codes to describe diagnoses, services, and procedures. The codes are used to provide information for reimbursement of insurance claims, indexing statistics, research, and tracking patient care. In addition to coding, professional reimbursement specialists must learn the medical billing process to conform to individual insurance requirements, electronic billing procedures, and responsibilities associated with electronic data management.

Learn medical terminology, medical pathology, anatomy and physiology, basic pharmacology, medical law and ethics, and medical finance practices. Students will also study word processing, spreadsheet applications, and learn how to use electronic medical records system while using ICD-10-CM, CPT and HCPCS guidelines to complete ambulatory and hospital billing. This high-demand occupation provides many opportunities for people who like attention to detail and take pride in their work. Jobs in this growing field offer variety, challenge, and the personal reward of helping others.

Program Length and Duration
The program is designed specifically for you to complete it on your own schedule and at your own pace. The online enrollment includes 12 months of program access to ensure that you have the time needed to complete the course.

Occupational Outlook
Employment of health information technicians is projected to grow 13 percent from 2016 to 2026, faster than the average for all occupations. The demand for health services is expected to increase as the population ages.

National Shortage:
Well-trained medical coders and billers are needed nationwide—in fact, it is estimated that 50% more coding positions are available than professionals to fill them! Needless to say, organizations are looking for people with billing and coding certification, and they’re coming up short.

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Certifications and Licensure

Program graduates are eligible to take the Certified Billing and Coding Specialist (CBCS) Exam through the National Healthcareer Association (NHA) to become Certified Biller & Coder.

CBCS Certification Exam details:

  • 100-question test (20 – pre-test questions)
  • 2 hours to complete
  • Can be taken at the CCTC or at a PSI Testing Center near you
  • May be administered online or on paper
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