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Program objectives

Employment in the medical administrative industry is on the rise. Continuously growing year after year, the demand for qualified professionals with the right training is necessary. Medical office professionals are a crucial factor in a functioning workplace, helping to ensure that the workplace is running efficiently. Providing students with the training and knowledge necessary to work in front office positions, Computer Tutor offers a Administrative Medical Clerk program, aiding in the placement of positions in medical practices, health insurance offices, and medical billing companies.

Your success is our goal

Designed to enhance your skill set and to allow you to find stable, long-term positions after graduation, it is our goal to provide you with everything you need to be successful in the medical administrative field. To find out if Computer Tutor is a good match for your future goals, contact us today and let us educate you about what we can do for your professional achievements.

Course Specifics

Weeks: 18 or 36          Credits: 36

  • Medical Front Office Procedures
  • Medical Billing & Terminology
  • ICD-10 & CPT-4 Coding
  • Microsoft Word & Excel
  • Medical Law & Ethics
  • Health Insurance Claims
  • HIPAA Regulations
  • Patient Relations
  • Business Education & Communication Skills I
  • Business Simulations I


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