This course is designed to teach students the principles of medical coding related to the three main coding manuals: CPT, ICD-10 CM and HCPCS, which will prepare them for a career in medical billing and coding. Emphasis is given to preparing students to take the nationally recognized Certified Professional Coder exam.
This course provides a realistic approach for students to learn the skills required in a medical office including communications, records management, telecommunications, billing, scheduling and terminology. (Prerequisites: OTM125L, OTM131L and CIS132L or Permission of Instructor)
This course develops the skills to apply information using proper coding and billing procedures. (Prerequisites: OTM121L and OTM131L or Permission of Instructor)
This course provides a realistic approach for students to learn the skills required in a medical office including communications, records management, telecommunications, billing, scheduling and terminology. (Prerequisites: OTM125L, OTM131L, and CIS132L or Permission of Instructor)
This course is a systematic simulation-related approach to the increasing complexities of tasks and technology faced by office support personnel. (Prerequisites: OTM221L, and CIS132L)
This course focuses on the production of business documents by integrating software applications including word processing, spreadsheets and data management, as well as Windows and desktop publishing. (Prerequisites: OTM121L with a grade of B or better and CIS132L or Permission of Instructor or Permission of Department Chair)
Students will gain a working knowledge of the complex legal, moral, and ethical issues pertaining to the health profession.
A comprehensive course designed to develop proficiency and competency in managing paper and computer records based on ARMA rules.
This course establishes the foundation for the medical courses offered in the program. The parts, definitions, applications, and spelling of medical terms will be covered.
The theory and practice of office management, concepts and applications of personnel, system interactions, and information technology are covered. Keyboarding skills are required.
This course provides training in keyboard skills and document formatting using a word-processing application program. Students participate in simulated office projects to develop competencies in language art skills and document production.