Medical Coding Certificate
Upon completion of the program, the graduate can:
- Discuss legal and ethical considerations in a medical setting.
- Identify and properly use nationally recognized medical coding systems.
- Explain and apply various types of medical insurance programs.
- Explain and properly use the special terms, marks, abbreviations, and symbols found in a medical setting.
- Demonstrate an understanding of quality movement concepts and the impact on office interaction and patient services.
Credit Hours: 22
|OST 110||Document Formatting & Word Processing||3|
|BIO 135||Basic Anatomy and Physiology with Lab*||4|
|MIT 103||Medical Office Terminology OR||3|
|CLA 131||Medical Terminology from Greek & Latin OR||(3)|
|AHS 115||Medical Terminology||(3)|
|MIT 104||Medical Insurance||3|
|MIT 204||Medical Coding||3|
|MIT 205||Advanced Medical Coding||3|
|Course approved by the Program Coordinator||3|
|Total Credit Hours||22|
* Students can fulfill the Biology requirement with both BIO 137 and BIO 139