If a career at a medical facility is of interest to you, or if you would like to expand your skills within the medical billing field, this course is for you!
There is a growing need for trained billers in the medical field. A career in medical billing comes with growing employment opportunities in a variety of settings including: hospitals, clinics, and skilled nursing facilities.
Minnesota West Community & Technical College and Medi-Sota, Inc. have partnered to develop an interactive online course to prepare students for success, providing them the skills needed to pursue this career path.
This online course provides the flexibility for those students already employed and need non-traditional training opportunities to succeed. The online class is interactive and offers realistic scenarios to test the student’s ability to resolve problems and to increase their understanding of the correct procedures to follow in various billing situations.
The September 10, 2020 course has a registration deadline of August 15th.
For more details, click the following link to download the brochure: Brochure Link
Registrants are responsible for purchasing the book & simulation lab access independently. Additional book and lab access information will be included in the registration email confirmation.
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Refund Policy: Cancellations must be made no later than 10 business days prior to the course. The full course fee will be charged if cancellation is made in less than 10 business days. Full refunds will be given for all classes cancelled by Minnesota West Community & Technical College. Registration is transferable to another person.
Equal Opportunity: Minnesota West Community & Technical College is committed to a policy of nondiscrimination in employment and education opportunity.
Sexual Harassment: Any Customized Training Services student or staff member who believes he/she may have been harassed should report the incident to Karen Miler, Human Resources, Minnesota West Community & Technical College, 1011 First St. W., Canby MN 56220, 507-223-7252.
Senior Citizen: Senior citizens taking course(s) through Minnesota West Community and Technical College Customized Training Services/Continuing Education will be charged according to Minnesota Statute 135A.52, which states: A senior citizen taking a closed enrollment contract training or professional continuing education courses must pay the regular tuition charge for the course and is not eligible for a free/or reduced rate.
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