Only graduates of Ross Medical Education Center or Ross Collegeâ€™s Medical Insurance Billing and Office Administration program are eligible to apply for this degree.
Learn the skills necessary to receive a Medical Insurance Billing and Office Administration Specialist Associate of Applied Science Degree.
Students will learn the skills that will help them succeed in a medical office setting in positions such as medical records clerk, billing specialist, office manager, or medical receptionist. Instructors will cover topics like administrative office skills including management of electronic medical records, preparing payroll, and accurate completion of insurance claim forms.
Among the courses students will take throughout the Medical Insurance Billing and Office Administration Specialist Associate of Applied Science Degree program include Introduction to Psychology, Introduction to Communication, Computer Fundamentals, and Core Concepts in Health.
In addition to their classroom time, students will have to complete outside coursework to meet program requirements, as well as a capstone project. Graduates of the program will have the ability to gain an understanding of the fundamental skills necessary for success in the allied health field.
I was unsure about changing my career and taking out more financial aid to pay back. I was excited to come back to school but very nervous. After the first 3 days of my first MOD, I was extremely confident that this is what I wanted. Mrs. Bishoff has made learning so exciting and fun. I really wish I could give her a higher marking. She deserves it. She is by far the best instructor/teacher that I have ever had in all my years of going to school.Tina Johnson Graduate Dental Assistant student at New Baltimore, MI campus Graduation: May 28, 2019
My time at Ross College has been nothing but a great experience! Ross has provided me with high-quality classes that I know have prepared me for my future. During my time here, I have created long-lasting relationships with both my peers and staff! I highly recommend individuals come see all that Ross College has to offer!Jade Moore-Jackson Graduate Occupational Therapy Assistant student at Quad Cities, IA campus Graduation: January 25, 2019
Ross Medical Education Center is a very good school. The entire staff is extremely helpful. There is a lot of hands-on material in each module. The teachers in the Medical Assisting program are amazing and we are learning a lot.Brisilda Malcellari Graduate Medical Assistant student at Canton, MI campus Graduation: July 19, 2019
My experience at Ross has been one of the most liberating experiences in my life. I came to Ross because I needed a change in my life. Nothing else was working and I felt as if I was stuck in a rut, so I had to make a choice. I was scrolling through Facebook one day and the ad popped up… Hmmm six-to-nine month courses? I figured I could do that, considering my excuse had been that school takes too long and I do not have time to balance that and being a single mom. I did my research and realized every job I had applied for fit right into the MIBOA program. I was intrigued so I decided to check them out. When I came in, everyone was nice and very helpful. They gave me an in-depth view on the program and what to expect. They assured me they were a nationally accredited school and their graduation rates were great. I was won over by them showing me the rising stats related to the field and that alone gave me the push I needed to go ahead and apply. I am very glad I did. I had one of the best instructors, aside from everyone helping me and keeping me motivated. The class size was small so I had a lot of one on one, any questions I had I could literally ask anyone and if they did not know they could get me to someone that did. At times it was overwhelming, I do admit, but I made it - and not alone - that is the best part. Soon I was in my last mod and on my way to externship as a proud student of Ross Education Center and now I feel like I am ready for anything. Thank you, Ross. My new life started here.Jessica Henderson Graduate Medical Insurance Billing and Office Administration student at Fort Wayne, IN campus Graduation: February 26, 2019
Being a student at Ross has been an amazing adventure. I have learned so much and have grown as an individual and as a student. I love the sense of community and family Ross has. I will be a part of the Ross family for the rest of my life!Clarissa Brown Graduate Medical Assistant student at Kokomo, IN campus Graduation: January 7, 2020