Health Claims Specialist Plus Courses

Read about some of our Health Claims Specialist Plus courses so you can discover how our training will get you started on the path to your new career.

Sample Health Claims Specialist Plus Courses

Computerized Billing Simulation

This course introduces and simulates situations using Medical Manager, widely used medical administrative software. Students are taught to input patient information, schedule appointments, and handle billing. In addition, students produce various lists and reports and learn to handle insurance claims both on forms and electronically.

Introduction to Insurance

This course is designed to familiarize students with insurance terminology, types of insurance, eligibility and benefit structures, as well as workers’ compensation, managed care plans and cost containment issues. Medical law and ethics pertaining to health care providers and insurance companies and careers in the medical billing/ health claims processing fields will also be topics for discussion.

Office Administration

This course is designed to introduce the student to recruiting medical staff, orientation of staff, training for staff, staff evaluations, salary reviews, staff records, hiring staff, supervising staff, and dismissing staff.

Electronic Health Records I

This course will cover the usage and management of health information and the electronic health record (EHR). This course will introduce the students to the use of health information and the electronic health record for any setting within the health care industry from acute, ambulatory, long term, home health, specialty, population health, and personal health that encompass the continuum of care. This course will provide students with a practical understanding of what an electronic health record specialist is and how important they are in the job market today.

Billing and Coding Forms

An in-depth study and practical application of the processing of claims submitted on a UB-92 form. Its diversity in types of services as well as payer specific requirements are defined. Complicated coding logic is simplified as well as technique. A systematic practice pattern is designed in the use of ICD-10-CM diagnostic and procedural coding along with CPT coding.

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