The diploma program in Medical Billing and Coding at Daytona College is designed to train students for an entry-level career as a medical biller and coder or a medical administrative assistant in many healthcare settings including clinics, health insurance companies, hospitals and medical offices.
The curriculum focuses upon the development of students’ skills by providing a wide variety of specialized courses comprising of insurance billing, coding, medical records management, and administrative front office responsibilities. In addition, the curriculum also features an introduction to Encoder, Electronic Medical Records (EMR) and the Microsoft Office Suite.
The Daytona College Medical Billing and Coding (MBC) and Health Information Technology (HIT) programs are recognized by the National Healthcare Association and students will qualify for the Certified Billing and Coding Specialist (CBCS) and Certified Electronic Health Record Specialist (CEHRS) examination(s) upon graduating from our respective MBC and HIT programs. Graduates are also eligible to take the CPC-A certification through American Academy of Professional Coders.
*This program is offered via both on-campus and through distance education.