hcr201 | undergraduate
Medical Billing And Coding
This undergraduate-level course is 5 weeks To enroll, speak with an Enrollment Representative.
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Introduction to the Medical Billing Process
- Identify medical billing terminology.
- Describe patient eligibility, charges, billing procedures, and transactions.
- Explain the basic steps in the medical billing process.
Introduction to Diagnostic Coding
- Explain the purposes of the Alphabetic Index and Tabular List.
- Determine appropriate diagnosis code categories.
- Describe the neoplasm and hypertension table.
- Discuss V and E codes.
Procedure Coding: Introduction to CPT
- Identify CPT modifiers.
- Describe CPT coding categories.
- Demonstrate and use the code symbols in the CPT manual.
Procedure Coding: Introduction to HCPCS
- Compare permanent codes and temporary codes.
- Discuss the purpose the HCPCS codes set and its modifiers.
- Apply Level II HCPCS modifiers.
Summarizing the Medical Billing Process
- Compare inpatient and outpatient services.
- Relate ICD, CPT and HCPCS to the medical billing process.
- Discuss the relationship between medical records documentation and billing.
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