Start your new career in Medical Billing and Coding in as little as seven months. Medical Billing and Coding jobs are expected to increase 22% in the next few years.* We’ll help you succeed with expert instruction from dedicated faculty members with real world experience.

This accredited program provides everything you’ll need to prepare for a better future— including preparation for the AHIMA certification exam and a free membership with in the American Academy of Professional Coders (AAPC).

The program also includes updated content on both ICD-9 and ICD-10 coding. You’ll complete real-world examples of coding, and learn how to manage records and file claims, prepare insurance forms, and handle billing for clinics, doctors’ offices, or private billing services.

Salary and Career Information
You will be well-prepared to get the job you want with FBS’s help.

There are lot of opportunities for medical billing and coding jobs:
• Doctors’ offices
• Clinics
• Hospitals
• Insurance companies
• Government departments

How much is a medical billing and coding salary?
The current average salary for workers in the medical records and health information industry is $34,160.*

1. Office Procedures
2. Law, Ethics and Confidentiality in Allied Health
3. Word and Excel
4. Business English
5. Body systems /Terminology 1
6. Body systems /Terminology 2
7. Basic Pharmacology
8. Medical Coding 1
9. Medical Coding 2
10. Electronic Medical Records

* Bureau of Labor Statistics, U.S. Department of Labor, Occupational Outlook Handbook, 2014-15 Edition, Medical Records and Health Information Techniciansas of January 27, 2014.



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