Earn a one-year diploma in Medical Coding and you'll be prepared for an entry-level position in the healthcare industry. You'll learn how to provide proper documentation to insurance companies for billing and reimbursement payments and how to work in a professional environment and with a variety of people.
You’ll take 33 credit hours of instruction to prepare you as an entry-level employee in a medical coding career. You can easily transfer the course work from this diploma to the Health Information Management Services two-year degree program that is articulated with Central Community College.
Medical coding ins one of the ten fastest growing allied health occupations. All medical providers must either utilize a service or hire employees to perform coding procedures. You'll find positions available in hospitals, nursing homes, insurance companies, and various other health-related companies.
According to the U.S. Department of Labor, the average salary for information and medical clerks in Nebraska is $32,430.
You have one option available when enrolling in this program of study.
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