Start an Exciting Career in Medical Billing and Coding at Miller-Motte Technical College in Conway, SC

If you enjoy working with computers and people then Medical Billing and Coding may be right for you. Miller-Motte Technical College Conway’s Medical Billing and Coding program will get you started in an exciting career in healthcare.

Insurance companies and healthcare facilities have to make sure patients are billed correctly for all services and procedures. Your training in the field of Medical Billing and Coding will teach you how to correctly bill and process patient information. You can start your new career in Medical Billing and Coding in as little as 15 months. 

Our campus is located in Conway, South Carolina and serves the nearby towns of Carolina Forest, Loris, Myrtle Beach and Florence.

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Medical Records Technicians 22%

Projected growth 2012-2022*

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What You Will Learn in Our Medical Billing and Coding Program

In addition to classroom instruction, you will receive hands-on training in an externship, giving you real word experience. Our classes will help you gain the skills and knowledge you need to start a successful career.

You can expect to take the following courses in our Medical Billing and Coding Specialist program:

  • Medical Coding: You’ll learn how to use coding manuals and insurance forms in this class. You will also learn fundamental skills for medical procedures and diagnostic coding from our qualified instructors.
  • Medical Insurance: After taking this class, you will be familiar with different kinds of insurance such as Medicare and Medicaid. You’ll also learn about TRICARE and workers’ compensation.
  • Healthcare Standards: You’ll gain a working knowledge of healthcare standards and regulations after taking this class. This course also covers important healthcare policies and procedures and healthcare software.

Once you have your Medical Billing and Coding Specialist Diploma you will be ready to enter the job market with the skills you need to be successful. For more information about courses you can download the Course Catalog.

Careers in Medical Billing and Coding

Here are some careers that need people with training in the field of Medical Billing and Coding:

Billing, Cost, Rate Clerk

As a Billing, Cost, Rate Clerk, you will compile data and compute fees to help keep your medical office running smoothly. You may also prepare billing invoices. Healthcare practices rely on Billing and Posting clerks so they can continue to provide medical care to patients.

Medical Records Technician

As a Medical Records Technician, you will use your medical record-keeping knowledge and hospital procedures to ensure patient records have the important information they need to get the treatments that will help them feel better. You’ll also record patient histories and process insurance payments. Medical Records Technician positions are expected to grow 22% by the year 2022, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics.  

You Can Start Your Medical Billing and Coding Program Today!

Miller-Motte Technical College in Conway, SC will give you the knowledge and skills you need to start your career. Our qualified instructors and quality classes will make you a valuable asset in the medical field. For more information call 800.705.9182 or click here to request more information

This program is also offered in a flexible format which offers the benefits of both classroom and online instruction.  You'll take part of your courses at home and the other part on campus. For more information, speak with one of our Admissions Representatives by calling 800.705.9182 or filling out the form.

*Bureau of Labor Statistics, U.S. Department of Labor, Occupational Outlook Handbook, 2014-15 Edition, Medical Records and Health Information Technicians, on the Internet at http://www.bls.gov/ooh/healthcare/medical-records-and-health-information-technicians.htm.