Healthcare Revenue Cycle Specialist Program
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Healthcare Revenue Cycle Specialist Program Jump start your career in healthcare at Bay College www.baycollege.edu/?mtec The Healthcare Revenue Cycle Specialist program is Revenue Cycle I focuses on the recognition of billing and designed to train students who wish to enter the workforce in collection regulatory issues and requirements, customer-focused healthcare admissions and billing processes. The Revenue Cycle communication (including interviewing skills), determining Specialist will initiate and develop relationships with customers in coordination of benefits, the role of third party reimbursement order to gather and process information or resolve issues in order (including insurance companies such as Medicare, Medicaid, Blue to receive accurate reimbursement and optimize internal and Cross, TRI-CARE and CHAMPVA), compliance issues, and billing external customer satisfaction. The program consists of two and coding skills. Upon completion of this course, students are industry specific courses, Revenue Cycle I and Revenue Cycle II. eligible to take the Certified Healthcare Access Associate exam. Each course is a blend of classroom instruction and self-directed online training modules. Healthcare Revenue Cycle Specialist Program For more information about our upcoming Revenue Cycle II covers skills for constructing and validating Healthcare Revenue Cycle Specialist Program various types of insurance claims, dealing with insurance company please contact the M-TEC at 906.786.5802 ext. 1227 payment denials, analyzing unpaid claims, and follow up collection or e-mail email@example.com techniques. At the end of the course, students are eligible to take the Certified Patient Account Technician (CPAT) exam from the American Association of Healthcare Administrative Management, a nationally recognized certification. It shall be the policy of the Bay de Noc Community College Board of Trustees to assure the provisions of equal opportunity and equal access in educational acts. These provisions apply in all areas of employment, student services, and instructional programs. Discrimination because of race, color, religion, sex, age, national origin, political affiliations, handicap, veteran, or marital status is prohibited.