Learn Medical Billing and Coding in Toronto, OntarioTraining courses, certificates, diplomas or degree programs of Medical Billing and Coding for students in Toronto, ON
Total 59 training courses and degree programs available.
Medical Billing and Coding (Certificate) (Diploma)Course Format: Online / Virtual Classroom / Webinar
School/Trainer: Rasmussen College - MN Campuses V
Effective medical billers and coders help keep the healthcare industry progressing in a smooth fashion. As a graduate of our Medical Billing and Coding Diploma or Medical Billing and Coding Certificate, you can help start your career as a medical biller or medical coder and become a key professional in a healthcare facility, or you can earn our Diploma or Certificate to enhance your resume, increase your marketability in the workforce, and gain additional skills for your current healthcare career.
Our fully online coursework provides you with the skills needed to maintain accurate medical coding and billingâ€”helping to keep a healthcare facility functioning smoothly. You can earn your Diploma or Certificate on a schedule that fits your busy life by completing your courses fully online. Industry-experienced instructors with top-tier curriculum teach our courses, so you know you are earning the education you need to succeed in your medical billing and coding career path.
Inpatient and Outpatient Medical Billing and Coding (Certificate)Course Format: Online / Virtual Classroom / Webinar
School/Trainer: UC Riverside Extension Center V
Participants in the program will be taught:
About the healthcare coding and billing industry, medical coding and billing.
Medical terminology, word building, including root words, combining forms, prefixes, and suffixes.
A refresher of basic English grammar and punctuation rules.
Documentation and confidentiality requirements, HIPPA compliance regulations.
Major body systems and diseases associated with them.
Diagnostic coding systems including ICD-9-CM, CPTÂ®, HCPCS Level II, DSM-IV, and ICD-O and the future implementation of ICD-10-CM and ICD-10-PCS.
Inpatient and outpatient medical records.
Healthcare reimbursement and the various types of payment systems used to reimburse outpatient services
Medical Insurance Coder/Biller (Certificate)Course Format: Online / Virtual Classroom / Webinar
School/Trainer: San Juan College V
Students who complete the Certificate in Medical Insurance Coder/Biller will be eligible to take the American Health Information Management Associations (AHIMA) Certificate Coding Associate (CCA) exam.
Medical Insurance Coder/Biller is a selective major. Specific requirements must be met in order to declare a Medical Insurance Coder/Biller major. For additional information contact the Health Information Technology Department.
A limited number of students will be admitted each semester. Acceptance to the college is granted to most applicants and does not constitute nor guarantee admission to the Medical Insurance Coder/Biller program. Taking prerequisite courses for the Medical Insurance Coder/Biller program does not guarantee admission to the program; enrollment is limited.
Medical Coding (Certificate)Course Format: Online / Virtual Classroom / Webinar
School/Trainer: Pittsburgh Technical Institute
Auditing for Physicians and Hospitals and National Exam Prep
Chart Abstracting for Physicians and Hospitals and Coding Simulation
Coding for Physicians and Hospitals
Computerized Medical Office Procedures
Information Management and Computerized Coding
Insurance Billing and Collections
Reimbursement Methods and Regulatory Guidelines
The Body in Sickness and Health
Medical Billing and CodingCourse Format: Online / Virtual Classroom / Webinar
School/Trainer: Pinnacle Career Institute V
Topics this course will cover:
â€˘Anatomy and Physiology for Coders
â€˘Medical Law and Billing
â€˘Insurance and Coding
â€˘Advanced Billing and Coding
â€˘Billing and Coding â€?Surgical and Lab
â€˘Billing and Coding Practicum
After completing our Medical Billing & Coding Associate of Occupational Studies program, you should be able to:
â€˘Exhibit strong keyboarding, word processing and computer skills
â€˘Understand and apply medical office organizational techniques
â€˘Understand and perform insurance billing and coding using ICD-9, HCPCS and CPT for physician and health offices
â€˘Feel confident working in a medical setting
â€˘Comprehend the ethics and HIPAA requirements and responsibilities in medical billing and coding
â€˘Coordinate a successful job search
â€˘Apply this Associate of Occupational Studies degree as one year of experience toward the CPC requirements
â€˘Communicate orally and in writing in a concise, clear manner
â€˘Recognize and apply management and human-relations skills and techniques
Admin Medical Specialist (Certificate)Course Format: Online / Virtual Classroom / Webinar
School/Trainer: National University V
This certificate includes the nationally-recognized Admin Medical
Specialist (AMS) online training course with Medical Billing and
Coding ICD9 and ICD10, terminology and transcription. This
program will provide the necessary skills students need to find a
position as an Administrative Medical Specialist (AMS), Medical
Billing Specialist, Medical Transcriptionist and/or Medical Coder.
Students will gain knowledge of medical practice settings and
specialties, and the differences in traditional and managed care.
Students also learn about Commercial, HMO/PPO, Federal and State
insurance plans, including eligibility and coverage, as well as
reimbursement methodologies and HIPPA Compliance. Students will
learn how to perform tasks associated with the entire accounts
receivable and revenue cycle, including: scheduling and registration
of patients, posting of accounting transactions; completion of
insurance claim forms, and collections. Students learn to apply proper
terminology and spelling for major pathological conditions and
transcribe medical reports using correct capitalization, number,
punctuation, abbreviation, symbols, and metric measurement rules.
Students will also learn to implement the recently upgraded
diagnostic and procedural medical coding system, (ICD-10) that will
soon be mandated by the federal government for use in healthcare
insurance processing, reimbursement, and statistical data gathering
Healthcare Coding (Diploma)Course Format: Online / Virtual Classroom / Webinar
School/Trainer: National American University - SD V
Graduates of the program will:
Demonstrate knowledge of standardized terminology, nomenclature, classification systems, and clinical vocabularies.
Apply understanding of clinical classification systems and clinical vocabularies that support the collection and retrieval of health information.
Recognize the common use and apply the coding process for the International Classification of Diseases (ICD), Current Procedural Terminology (CPT), Healthcare Common Procedure Coding System (HCPCS), and Evaluation and Management (E/M) coding systems.
Demonstrate an understanding of the history, purpose, structure, content, and uses of coding methodologies.
Demonstrate a foundational knowledge in the accurate use of encoding software.
Apply knowledge of fraud and abuse of coding practices and compliance program for unethical practices.
Demonstrate the importance of quality clinical data and coded information.
Demonstrate an understanding of coding within the reimbursement and billing processes.
Show proficiency in written and oral communication.
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