Looking for training related to Medical Billing and Coding from an accredited school?
Ross has Medical Insurance Billing and Office Administration Training Programs in Michigan, Indiana, Kentucky, Ohio, and West Virginia. Medical Information and Claims Processing is included in one of the largest occupation categories in the United States. Medical Records and Health Information Technicians are expected to increase nationally by 21% though the year 2020.* Above average employment growth in the healthcare industry should lead to much faster than average growth for Medical Information and Claims Processing professionals.
Increases in the number of medical tests, treatments, and procedures available will continue to lead to job growth for Medical Insurance Billers. In addition, with the increasing use of electronic health records, more trained professionals will be needed to complete the new responsibilities associated with electronic data management.
Facilities from the smallest medical offices and clinics to the largest hospitals will be looking for skilled Medical Insurance Billers. The opportunities in medical billing and coding are projected to be excellent, and Ross Medical Education Center can prepare you for these opportunities!
Source: US Department of Labor, Bureau of Labor Statistics, www.bls.gov
If you want a thriving alternative to working in direct patient care, consider a career in Medical Billing and Coding.
Ross has been providing exceptional healthcare training for the past 30 years. In response to the rapid increase in medical administrative positions, Ross offers the Medical Insurance Billing and Office Administration program. Due to the increasing medical tests, treatments, and procedures that fall under scrutiny of health insurance companies, regulators & consumers, the demand for qualified billing and coding professionals has never been higher.
If you are a person who likes details, this is the career for you! Focusing on office-based operations, this healthcare career provides opportunities to contribute your skills without clinical responsibilities.
The United States Bureau of Labor Statistics projects that employment in medical information and claims processing will continue to grow much faster than average through the year 2014. This means that facilities from the smallest medical offices and clinics to the largest hospitals will be looking for skilled Medical Insurance Billers. The opportunities in medical billing and coding are projected to be excellent, and Ross Medical Education Center can prepare you for these opportunities!
Our comprehensive Medical Insurance Billing and Office Administration program can help you secure a gainful position in the healthcare field by teaching you all the skills you will need, including:
- Insurance claim submission and management
- HIPAA compliance
- Health insurance regulations
- Insurance fraud issues
- Reception skills
- Basic office procedures
- Customer services
- And many other related areas
Medical Billing Specialist graduates will need to be knowledgeable in all of these areas, as well as adaptable to change. They typically work away from the hustle and bustle of healthcare facilities in claims processing offices or the billing departments of clinics or hospitals. Although administrative staff are not directly involved in providing patient care, they still have the opportunity to interact with patients and their families.
Those with medical billing and coding training generally work regular 40-hour work weeks and can earn competitive wages due to the high demand for their skills. Medical Insurance Billers and Office Administrators are compensated according to their level of training, experience and skills.
Graduates of the program will be prepared to seek entry-level employment not only as medical billers and coders, but in a variety of other positions, including but not limited to:
- Medical Receptionist
- Medical Secretary
- Billing Clerk
- Billing Specialist
- Patient Account Representative
- Patient Services Representative
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Medical Insurance Billing and Office Administration Externships
Ross Medical Education Center requires students to complete a practical externship in order to graduate. The externship is crucial to the learning experience for every Ross student, giving them a chance to apply what they have learned in the classroom to a real world setting.
The externship also provides employers an opportunity to assess students’ skills prior to hiring entry-level allied health professionals.
In addition, unlike other schools, Ross does not schedule or require any waiting period for externships! You can continue your training immediately after the classroom education. This is another example of our commitment to students’ success.
* Ross does not guarantee employment.