Associate of Science | Certificate 100% Online Medical Coding and Billing Programs

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Excel in the Fast-Paced Medical Coding and Billing Field

Point University’s medical coding and billing programs prepare students to become service-focused healthcare staff members.

Point’s two-year online associate degree in medical coding and billingcombines liberal arts courses with degree-specific coursework in medical terminology, human anatomy and physiology, medical coding and billing and the two most commonly used coding manuals – CPT and ICD.

For students looking for immediate employment, Point University offers a 24-credit hour, financial aid eligible certificate in medical coding and billing. The one-year certificate program prepares students to work closely with healthcare providers, patients and insurance companies.

About Point University

Point University offers a variety of programs at varying degree levels to equip the next generation of Christian leaders. Gain the practical skills needed to succeed as a Christian leader no matter what career path you may choose.

Online Medical Coding and Billing Programs

Developed with working professionals in mind, our associate and certificate programs include a career-specific curriculum and provide training in CPT and ICD coding systems, patient billing, collections and reimbursement. Upon completion of the associate or certificate program, students will be eligible to sit for certification exams offered through AAPC, the American Health Information Management Association and the National Healthcareer Association.

61 CREDIT HOURS; 2 YEARS; $410 COST PER CREDIT

With an emphasis on medical terminology and the two most commonly-used coding manuals – CPT and ICD – our medical coding and billing program equips students with the training needed to thrive in the medical and healthcare field, with an emphasis on medical terminology, human anatomy and physiology and medical coding and billing.

24 CREDIT HOURS; 1 YEAR; $410 COST PER CREDIT

With an emphasis on medical terminology and the two most commonly-used coding manuals – CPT and ICD – students will gain the confidence to navigate patient health records, code data and process insurance claims. Graduates can pursue immediate employment in the field.

Develop Comprehensive Skills

Specialized coursework in each medical coding and billing program helps students gain well-rounded knowledge in:

  • Human anatomy and physiology for health
  • Medical terminology
  • ICD medical coding and billing
  • CPT medical coding and billing

Online Learning with Point University

As an online student, you’ll receive the same education as our on-campus students delivered in a unique online learning environment. In addition to close interactions with faculty and fellow students, you can count on the dedicated support of admissions advisors, enrollment counselors and career services.

High-Quality Curriculum Delivered by Experts

In each of Point University’s online programs, knowledgeable faculty will utilize a holistic curriculum to expand your worldview as you gain the skills you need to succeed in your career. This unique approach ensures that you are prepared to thrive on an intellectual, professional and spiritual level.

Careers in Healthcare

According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, healthcare occupations are projected to add over 2.3 million new positions through 2030.1 Every healthcare provider and healthcare organization requires the support of knowledgeable staff in order to provide the best possible patient care and outcomes.

Seven Roles for Medical Program Graduates

  1. Clerical and Medical Billing Specialist
  2. Medical Coder
  3. Medical Records Coordinator
  4. Medical Office Manager
  5. Clinical Coding Specialist
  6. Radiologic and MRI Technologists
  7. Pharmacy or Medical Technician

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Sources

  1. https://www.bls.gov/