Vista College

Associate of Applied Science in Medical Insurance Billing and Coding

A career in the medical field can be professionally challenging and personally rewarding. As a Medical Insurance Billing and Coding (MIBC) professional, you will be an invaluable asset to doctors and nurses by filling a key role in the successful operation of a medical office.

In less than two years*, you can be ready to enter the exciting medical profession by completing the Medical Insurance Billing and Coding training program at Vista College. From medical technology to ICD-10 diagnostic coding, you will have the education you need to be an attractive candidate to prospective employers.

The Role of the Medical Insurance Billing and Coding Professional

After receiving your Medical Insurance Billing and Coding AAS from Vista College, you will be able to:

- Organize, analyze and technically evaluate health insurance claim forms.

- Properly code diseases, surgeries, medical procedures and other therapies to ensure proper billing.

- Be prepared to work in hospitals, urgent care facilities, clinics, insurance companies and other locations where medical coding is required.

*Successful, full-time enrollment required to achieve stated completion date.

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