Medical Billing & Coding Program Details

MEDICAL BILLING & CODING

Program Details & Tool Bonus Information
What is the Future for Medical Administrative Jobs?

Employment of medical records specialists is projected to grow 7 percent from 2021 to 2031.*

An increasing share of the population is entering older age groups, which typically require more medical services. As a result, more medical records specialists will be needed to convert related health information into standardized codes to be used for insurance reimbursement and other purposes.

Additional records, coupled with widespread use of electronic health records (EHRs) by healthcare providers, will support demand for specialists to code and maintain the associated information in all areas of the healthcare industry.*

Tool Bonus

Each student receives a Chromebook for use throughout the program. Graduates who successfully enter verified training-related employment within 90 days, are eligible to keep the Chromebook.  The Tool Bonus Policy is outlined in the Student Orientation Booklet.  Please see an Admissions Representative for complete details on this tool policy. 

High Demand Skills

Graduates of this intensive program will be trained for entry-level positions as medical billers, medical coders and medical administrative assistants. Those who earn the CPC-Apprentice status, by passing the AAPC Coding Exam, will be, with one year of documented qualifying work experience, candidates for entry-level medical billing or coding positions.

The program is taught by instructors who are experienced professional billers/coders. Students benefit from their experience by receiving instruction that goes beyond a textbook. The classroom environment replicates the workplace to give students the experience of what it is like to be in a medical administrative, billing or coding position. Skills taught include:

  • Medical Billing & Collections
  • Medical Insurance
  • Electronic Medical Records
  • ICD-10-CM, CPT® Professional, HCPCS & ICD-10-PCS (Hospital) Coding Manuals
  • Office Administration / Professional
  • Communication & Customer Service Skills
  • Scheduling Electronic Appointments
  • Medical Terminology / Anatomy & Physiology 
  • MS Word, Excel, PowerPoint 
  • Microsoft Outlook & Internet Research
  • HIPAA & Legal and Ethical Issues
  • Financial Management
Internship

The 120-hour Medical Billing & Coding or Medical Office Internship in helps students transition from the classroom into the workforce. Students get real life experience, and earn a positive reference for future employment. Students may also receive an offer of employment at the internship site.

Medical Billing & Coding / Office Administration students are able to pursue many career paths. Students may choose to intern according to their interest in billing, coding, front desk / reception or office administration. Past students have completed internships in doctors’, chiropractors’ and physical therapy offices. Other sites include: community health centers, hospitals, urgent care settings, nursing homes, and billing and coding companies. 

Faculty & Staff

MTTI instructors are highly experienced health and administrative professionals that meet the standards of approval by the Massachusetts Office of Private Occupational Schools within the Division of Occupational Licensure (DOL) and the ACCSC (the Accrediting Commission of Career Schools and Colleges.) MTTI Instructors and Staff work together with Career Service Specialists to assist students in pursuing their career goals.

Diploma

Graduates who successfully complete the 900-hour program will receive a Medical Billing & Coding/Office Administration Diploma. Each of MTTI’s programs has been approved by the Massachusetts state education agency, and the ACCSC (the Accrediting Commission of Career Schools and Colleges.)

Additional Information

Our Admissions Representatives welcome all your questions! Contact MTTI today to learn more about the Medical Billing & Coding/Office Administration program.

Costs for 2022-2023 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.

*Bureau of Labor Statistics, U.S. Department of Labor, Occupational Outlook Handbook, Medical Records Specialists,
at https://www.bls.gov/ooh/healthcare/medical-records-and-health-information-technicians.htm (updated February 14, 2023).
Hear from Graduates

"Starting school at 40 was the scariest, most exciting decision I have ever made! I had a great experience at MTTI. Everyone I dealt with at the school is has been so encouraging; they make you feel you want to be there.  I'm such a cheeleader for trade schools! They provide such good opportunities for people who don't want to invest four years of their life in getting a college degree that may not even lead to a career. I definitely recommend MTTI to anyone."

Kelley Schwartz, 2020 Graduate
Electronic Data Interchange (EDI) Admin at Priority Management Group (PMG)

"It's a journey you can take pride in. Before starting school at MTTI I researched and read all of the online reviews. The school has a good reputation. I’m very satisfied with my outcome. Provided I keep up my AAPC Membership and Continuing Education Credits, I can take my Certification to any state. Attending the Medical & Billing/Office program was a good investment. I am proud of what I have accomplished!"

Stacy Perry, 2017 Graduate
Senior Billing Specialist at CVS Corporate Finance Center (on assignment)
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