Medical Claims Analyst
Medical Claims Analyst Certificate
Complete all nine courses for OTC program certificate. Customer Service class is required for both Medical Claims Analyst Certificate and the Non-Profit Manager Certificate.
|Course Information||Cr Hrs|
|10-Key Computer Functions
Emphasis will be on proper use of and building speed and accuracy on 10-key pad on computer keyboard. Book included.
Get high impact skills and strategies that result in improvements in service. Learn stress and time management, interviewing skills, telephone etiquette and basic customer relations principles and strategies. Book required.
Class is required for both Nonprofit Manager Certificate and Medical Claims Analyst Program
Learn the importance of clear and concise communication as well as good writing skills, formatting letters and correspondence. Book included.
Cover basic laws and regulations that govern filing medical insurance claims; guidelines and procedures to understand and file claims, EOBs, and maintain accurate records. Book included. Prerequisite: Medical Coding I
|Anatomy & Physiology
Identify and locate bones, organs and other tissue in the human body. Same book for both WDH 103 and WDH 560.
Learn prefixes, suffixes, root words, combining forms and how to apply to medical terminology. Review relevant anatomical terms of a body's systems. Same book used for WDH 103 and WDH 560. Book included.
|Medical Front Office
This class guides students through duties of medical recepetionists or clerical workers in an office, clinic or hospital setting. Book included.
|Medical Coding I
This class will teach application of principles of coding diagnoses and procedures using ICD-9-CM. CPT and HCPCS classification systems to use for filing medical insurance claims.
Books loaned - must come to the OTC Community Enrichment Center to sign books out for use in class!
|Medical Coding II
A continuation of Medical Coding I. Applications of principles of using CPT and HCPCS coding systems in order to assign valid procedure codes.