Hear from an MTTI Medical Billing & Coding Graduate!
Prepare to Qualify To Take the Certified Professional Coder (CPC®) exam!
30 Week Program
30 Credits by US Dept. Of Education Method
30 Credits by ACCSC Method
Now Offered Online Remotely!
This program is now available virtually in Massachusetts and Rhode Island. However, this is not a self-guided course and you're not alone! An MTTI instructor is online with you and available all day. Also, students are able to come to the school for extra help from their Instructor if needed, or can come to the school in person if they prefer it over remote learning.
Is a Professional Medical Billing & Coding or Office Administrative Career Right for You?
If you enjoy office work, customer service, sales, or financial management, you’re a great candidate for a health care career! Administrative professionals work closely with doctors and health care providers to make a difference in people’s lives. MTTI’s program provides graduates with the specific skills and capabilities needed to succeed in entry-level medical office support or billing and coding positions.
Where Do Medical Administrative Professionals Work?
Medical administrative assistants work in doctors’, chiropractors’ and physical therapy offices, and in community health care centers, nursing homes, hospitals, and medical billing companies. People who enjoy contact with the public often like working at the front desk. Billers or coders traditionally work more with the computer, away from direct patient care.
A New Career in Seven Months
You’ll be taught high-demand skills, including use of electronic medical records, medical software, and Microsoft Office Suite. Graduates can qualify* to take the AAPC CPC Coding exam, to become Apprentice Coders. Students participating in the program five days a week complete in only seven months.
Upon completing the coding module in the curriculum, and passing a qualifying exam*, graduates are eligible to sit for the Certified Professional Coder (CPC®) exam offered by the American Academy of Professional Coders (AAPC) to become CPC-Apprentices (CPC-A®) CPC-Apprentices will become fully certified after documentation of one year of related work experience.
In addition to rigorous preparation for the exam during the program, student can attend an evening boot camp during the weeks prior to the program.
*Please see an Admissions Representative for MTTI's Test Policy explaining who is eligible and how to qualify to take the exam.
Get more details about our Medical Billing & Coding/Office Administration program and MTTI’s tool bonus.
Costs for 2021-22 tuition, fees and supplies, before any Title IV funding loans are applied are listed on the Consumer Information Page for this program.
To view graduation rates, median debt of graduates completing this program and other important information, please visit the Program Consumer Information page.
MTTI is an ACCSC Accredited School, that has a main campus located in Seekonk, MA (on the border of East Providence, RI and Seekonk, MA), with an East Providence, RI Campus for the Marine program.