Online Medical Billing Program
Learn everything you need to quickly start a great-paying new medical billing career.
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A Tiny Investment for Infinite Success
You’re busy. You’ve got bills to pay. And you need stability. With one small investment in the Medical Billing program, you could find yourself in a career that’ll provide the peace of mind, salary, and job satisfaction you’ve been looking for. And guess what? You could have it all in just a few short months.
180 Hours of Study
4 Month Program Completion Time
$32,000–$52,000 Average Annual Salary*
11% Predicted Job Growth Through 2028*
This Could Be the Perfect Job for You
Do you enjoy dotting i's and crossing t's? Would you like to work in healthcare (but hate needles)? Then you’d love a medical billing career.See full job description >>
6 Reasons to Complete Your Medical Billing Training With CareerStep
You can complete your training and be ready to work and earn in as little as three months with full-time study.
Study on your schedule.
24/7 web access means you can learn whenever and wherever you want, fitting study time in and around your everyday life.
Ask for help anytime.
Our training is online, but you’re never alone. Real people support you every step of the way via phone, live chat, and email.
Enjoy financial security.
The median medical billing career salary is $40,350 and ranges up to $52,730.* That—plus the potential for employee benefits—buys peace of mind.
Work from home, possibly.
Most people in the field work on-site in hospitals and clinics, but you can also find remote medical billing jobs from home.
Do something important.
Every day you’ll help patients feel better (about their medical bills) by making sure third-party insurers pay their part.
1. Start today.
Begin your training (and transformation) right now.
2. Finish fast.
Complete your training in record-time.
3. Get hired.
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Our medical billing online training is designed to adapt to your lifestyle and help ensure your success. So yes, you can totally do this.
- 4-Month Completion
- Self-Paced Study
- Anywhere, Anytime Learning
- 1:1 (Human) Support
What You'll Learn
Our medical billing training quickly brings you up to speed on everything you need to get certified and start working soon (with total confidence).
Understand how the healthcare reimbursement ecosystem works, from payers and payment systems to the actual billing software used.
Affordable Care Act
Get to know the impact and changes brought about by the Affordable Care Act, and gain experience with the current billing forms.
Learn to identify and combine word parts to create and understand medical terms, and master the language of healthcare.
Become familiar with the related procedure of medical coding, the process of assigning standardized medical codes to patient records.
Medical billing is critical to the health of every healthcare facility. It’s the process of gathering patient data, submitting claims for reimbursement, and collecting payment for services provided. Without medical billers, healthcare facilities would quickly flat line, so to speak.
You’ll help healthcare facilities keep the lights on (by keeping the money coming in). Specific responsibilities vary from job to job, but often include:
- Registering patients and verifying their insurance coverage
- Collecting the information required to create a claim
- Working directly with insurance companies, healthcare providers, and patients to get claims processed and paid
- Reviewing and appealing unpaid and denied claims
- Handling collections of unpaid accounts
- Managing Accounts Receivable reports
- Answering patients’ billing questions
Your medical billing career salary will vary by employer, location, and experience. But according to the U.S. Department of Labor*, the median salary for medical billers is $40,350. (That means nearly 20 dollars is about how much a medical biller makes an hour.) The middle 50% of medical billing professionals nationwide earn between $32,070 and $52,730 annually. So as a medical biller, you can earn a great income with job security, upward mobility, and the potential for employee benefits.
Medical billing jobs are plentiful, and the field is growing steadily. The U.S. Department of Labor estimates 11% growth in medical billing jobs by 2028.* Demand is rising alongside the increasing need for healthcare services. Both are due to our aging population plus greater numbers of people insured through the Affordable Care Act. If you’re considering a new career and looking for a good opportunity, you may have just found it.
Medical billing certification is not required for employment. However, certification is always a plus. It improves your employment opportunities and earning potential as well as sets you apart from other job candidates. Our medical billing program prepares you to earn the Certified Billing and Coding Specialist (CBCS) certification offered by the National Healthcareer Association (NHA). Your medical billing training includes a free voucher to take the certification exam, a $115 value.
Starting your medical billing career is simple. No specific skills or experience are required. Just be at least 18 years of age and have a high school diploma or General Education Development (GED) certificate. Optionally, you can pass the CareerStep Pre-Training Assessment Test. Then sign up for our medical billing program, pass the course, and let us help you land that first awesome job!
Good question. First, let’s clarify the differences between the jobs. Medical coders and billers work closely together, and their jobs are interrelated. However, in the reimbursement process, medical coders take the lead assigning standardized codes to patients’ tests, treatments, and procedures. Then, medical billers compile the patients’ coded expenses and submit their claims for payment.
Medical coding requires an understanding of clinical terms and concepts in addition to complex code sets. Medical billers are more finance oriented. You can do both programs to increase your income and value to employers.
Our medical billing online program features in-depth training on the billing side of reimbursement, including the required forms and processes. It also provides a brief introduction to medical coding.
Our medical coding and billing program focuses mostly on coding, but also provides a lighter overview of billing concepts.
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