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					Medical Insurance Billing Specialist (MIBC) Certificate
Knight Campus Only
This program provides students with the knowledge, skills and abilities to process medical insurance forms and to code medical records using the CPT and ICDCM coding systems. Upon completion of the program, students are eligible to take the national CPC (Certified Professional Coders) examination. . Career Opportunities Employment of medical records and health information technicians is expected to grow much faster than the average for all occupations through 2014 because of rapid growth in the number of medical tests, treatments and procedures that will be increasingly scrutinized by health insurance companies, regulators, courts and consumers. Admissions Requirements Students applying for the Medical Insurance Billing Specialist Certificate Program must be high school graduates (or equivalent). Certificate program credits may be applied toward an Administrative Office Technology or General Studies degree. Note: A total of 23 credits from this program can be applied to the Medical Administrative Assistant degree program. Credits are also applicable to the associate degree in General Studies. Program of Study First Semester Course No. MEDL 2350 BIOL 1070 MEDL 2390 MEDL 2400 OFTD 1120 ENGL 1400 Course Title Medical Terminology Anatomy and Physiology CPT Medical Insurance Coding ICD Medical Insurance Coding Microcomputer Keyboarding Business Writing for Office Professionals Credits 2 3 2 1 3 3 14

Second Semester Course No. MEDL 2410 MEDL 2460 MEDL 2420 Course Title Medical Insurance Billing Medical Office Administration Practical Applications in Professional Medical Coding Business Math Credits 3 3 3

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Medical Insurance Billing Specialist Certificate
Community College of Rhode Island

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