Healthcare providers need qualified, detail-oriented professionals to help manage medical records and process payments. In the Medical Billing and Coding Technology program at Southwest Florida College, you can prepare to become an important part of a healthcare team.
In this program, you’ll be taught the various classification codes associated with medical procedures and patient diagnosis, as well as how to record those codes on corresponding healthcare insurance forms. As the healthcare and insurance industries continue to evolve, the demand for medical billing and coding technologists with a current education is on the rise. At SWFC, you can train to work on the front lines to ensure correct billing and insurance reimbursement.
At Southwest Florida College, you’ll receive quality career training that goes beyond the book and that can help you step right in as a medical billing and coding employee. You’ll train using advanced virtual lab technology and take specialized courses like ICD-10-CM coding and hospital coding.
The Medical Billing and Coding training program is designed to be completed in five academic quarters and can typically be completed within 15 months.
If you’re considering medical billing and coding schools in South Florida, it’s time to get started at Southwest Florida College. Contact us today to learn more.
As college tuition fees continue to soar across the country, Southwest Florida College is freezing tuition and Medical Billing and Coding Technology program fees. For the first time, your tuition fee and program fees will stay the same from the time you enroll until the time you graduate. If you are interested in earning your Medical Billing and Coding Technology diploma, freeze your tuition now by calling one of our admissions representatives or visit our online tuition freeze page to learn more.
Allied Health Program Advisory Board
At Southwest Florida College, we’re committed to doing everything we can to help you find the career you want. That’s why we have an advisory board for our medical billing and coding diploma program, comprised of representatives from leading local businesses. We meet with our advisory boards on a regular basis to find out what employers expect from our graduates so that we can design our courses to better prepare you for the real world. Here’s a list of organizations that make up the Allied Health programs’ advisory board: