A rewarding career in the healthcare industry doesn’t only mean hands-on patient care.
Medical Office Specialists are found in nearly every healthcare environment. Pursue your medical career by training to work in physicians’ offices, hospitals, clinics, long-term care centers, dental offices, public health agencies and so much more. Job duties are varied and are vital to the smooth operation of medical facilities. Greeting patients, scheduling appointments, completing and submitting insurance forms, communicating to patients about labs, reviewing and working through appeals from insurance denials, authorizations and
pre-authorizations are all the responsibility of a Medical Office Specialist. Have you ever needed a prescription refill phoned in to a pharmacy? Chances are it was a Medical Office Specialist who assisted you! This growing field needs people like you, who are organized, possess strong people skills and are goal oriented. In less than 10 months you will learn the skills needed to perform medical office administrative tasks, complete coding and billing with accuracy and attention to detail while maintaining patient confidentiality. If you can see yourself assisting patients and physicians on a day-to-day basis and all the while maintaining a high level of integrity, this could be the program for you.
- National Certified Medical Office Assistant (NCCA)
- Certified Medical Coding and Billing (AMCA)
- AHA BLS Provider CPR and First Aid
Total Hours: 740 Published weeks: 41
Tuition & Fees: $7,500
Estimated Books & Supplies: $8,653
(books and supplies estimated and subject to change)
Estimated Cost: $1,153
DATE: Oct. 5 2020 to Jun. 28 2021
TIME: 5:00 PM to 10:00 PM
DAYS: Mon Tue Wed Thu
Pell Grant, Federal Direct Student Loan, VA, TAA, WIA, No-interest School Payment Plan
Available to those who qualify.
High School Diploma or GED. CASAS Assessment Testing
CIP Code: 51.0716
SOC Code: 43-6013
Estimated Cost of Attendance:
Dependent Students: $18,861
Tuition & Fees: $22,521
We take estimated direct costs (tuition and fees) and add them to estimated indirect costs (books and supplies, transportation, room and board and other personal expenses). The result is an academic year's Cost of Attendance for a full-time student. Your actual expenses may be more or less than the average estimates used.