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medical billing training courses in Dallas & Arlington, TexasDeciding to enter the medical field can be overwhelming, but it is possible to enter the field without going to medical school and years of training by becoming a Medical Billing and Coding Specialist, such as a Medical Records and Billing and Coding Technician.

Medical Coding and Billing Technicians represent a part of the economy growing much faster than average. According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, demand for Medical Records and Billing and Coding Technicians will expand 13 percent by 2026.

Students completing the Medical Billing and Coding Specialist program at CCI Training Center qualify for entry-level opportunities leading to advancement in the industry.

Logistics Medical Billing and Coding Specialist Training

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The logistics of going back to school can be complex, and the Medical Billing and Coding Specialist Program can seem daunting. However, CCI Training Center works to make sure the logistics are reasonable and built to accommodate working adults and those with other responsibilities.

Students complete their coursework online and visit the campus once or twice weekly. At the same time, students are encouraged to stay in regular contact with the instructor and classmates in a collaborative online fashion. Students may also choose to contact their instructor by telephone or by visiting the campus. This ensures all students can learn, gain hands-on experience and work on projects all together without sacrificing their other responsibilities.

In addition to the foundational courses and the major courses, students will participate in a Practicum course allowing them to further practice what they have learned in the program. The Practicum is an additional opportunity for more hands on requiring the students to put their skills to the test in a simulated work environment.

This level of in-person, hands-on training helps to prepare students for a successful transition from school into the work environment.

Medical Billing and Coding Specialist Courses Prepare for a Career in Healthcare

Students that complete the courses within the Medical Billing and Coding Specialist Program gain the skills necessary to enter the health care field as a Billing and Coding Technician, Medical Billing, Medical Coding or even Certified Professional Coder. Students complete a variety of courses that focus on organizing Billing and Coding data, medical terminology, billing and coding software, and more.

Courses students take include Computer Fundamentals, providing a real-world understanding of how to use computers in the clinical setting and communicate with other office staff. Students also complete courses specific to providing health care, including Allied Health Math, Anatomy and Physiology and Medical Terminology.

After the foundation courses, students go on to their major courses including Medical Coding, Electronic Medical Records, Medical Law, Insurance Billing, and CPR.

The courses at CCI Training Center are designed to give students the greatest opportunity to advance and succeed upon graduation. Even after graduation, students may return to CCI for assistance with future job placement.

Medical Billing and Coding Jobs in Dallas and Arlington

medical billing training courses in Dallas & Arlington, TexasMedical billers and coders fulfill integral roles in the health care field. They may work in positions that require direct contact with patients, but these positions will likely be limited to administrative purposes, such as obtaining health histories or completing medical billing paperwork. Most positions in this field will focus on administrative and clerical activities. In addition, students in the program will receive the training to sit for some of the top certifications in the industry as listed below. Further preparations for industry certifications require additional self-study after the completion of the program.

  • Certified Electronic Health Records Specialist.
  • Certified Medical Administrative Assistant.
  • Certified Medical Billing and Coding Specialist.

These certifications open the door to countless opportunities for work in the medical field. However, they are not necessarily required to work in care facilities. It is up to each clinic and employer to determine which certifications are required for employment. Many entry-level positions in a medical office may not require industry certifications. Depending on the employer, already certified medical billers and coders may expect Significant salary increase, based on experience.

Some of the top positions available to students with any of these certifications include:

  • Office administrative assistants. Those that complete coursework may be responsible for helping clinical administrators oversee office activities in private practice or other health care facility. This includes ensuring patient documentation is complete and accurate, entering orders into an electronic health record, verifying patient data and more.
  • Medical Billing and Coding Technician. Students may also fulfill a vital role as office personnel, working to enter patient information or schedule patient appointments. They may also be responsible for relaying communications between the office, other health care providers and even third parties, such as health insurance companies.
  • Retail health clinics. One of the most exciting positions students may find is in retail health care clinics, where, depending on their experience, prospective students may gain employment to get their feet in the door before completing the Billing and Coding Specialist Program. Upon gaining the respective certifications for the field, students may work to maintain electronic health records, enter medical codes for billing purposes or work in an administrative capacity over medical software and documentation.
  • Medical Billing and Coding Professionals. Any discussion of the positions students may fulfill must include working as a Medical Billing and Coding Professional. Individuals working in this role may need to transcribe physician’s notes, enter billing details and entering written physicians’ into the medical software used by the facility.


Those that complete this program have vast career opportunities. The types of facilities and workplaces where they may gain employment is nearly limitless. They may work in any facility that engages in providing health care or servicing the health care industry, such as in a retail capacity or even a health insurance company. As a result, workplaces may range from school health clinics to hospitals and beyond.

Some of the top workplaces students that graduate from this program may consider include:

  • Acupuncturists’ offices. Depending on the insurance provider or employee benefits, coverage for acupuncture may exist, and those that complete the Medical Billing and coding Specialist program will have the background and education necessary to complete medical paperwork and submit claims’ forms.
  • Chiropractors. Students may also choose to work in a Chiropractic office, performing administrative tasks, especially surrounding billing and helping patients adhere to the health care provider’s instructions.
  • Outpatient care centers may vary in type to any form of patient care, including both acupuncturists and chiropractors; however, it also includes outpatient surgical centers, laboratories and much more. This variety may lead to some confusion, but for reference, Medical Records and Billing and Coding Technicians can expect significant salary difference if they work in surgery centers.
  • Ambulance services. Since ambulance services are another environment that requires administrative work and medical billing, those that complete the course may find additional work in EMS settings.
  • Hospitals and Nursing Homes. Graduates may perform administrative and billing tasks, as well as clerical support for back-office activities. Once experienced in a hospital environment we notice a significant salary variation.
  • Physician’s offices. Individuals may perform administrative services in physicians’ offices too, and this workplace may blend the skills of a Medical Billing and coding Specialist and Medical Assistant, provided the person holds both certifications. Of course, the exact duties will depend on the unique duties assigned for that facility.

There are other entry-level employment opportunities for graduates. Remembering the administrative side of the program and its applicability in digital health care, upon graduation students may work in these additional facilities:

  • Optometrist and Ophthalmologist’s offices use Billing and Coding Technicians to track patient electronic health records, enter prescription information into the system of record, transcribe staff notes into patient charts and properly bill insurance, Medicare, Medicare or other forms of financial responsibility.
  • Physical Therapy Centers rely on Billing and Coding Technicians for clarity in administering treatment and therapy to patients by ensuring the medical record is thorough and accurate.
  • Dental Centers employ Medical Records and Billing Specialists to accurately bill insurers for procedures completed, send records between offices and much more.
  • Health Insurance Companies may use the services of Billing and Coding Technicians to process insurance claims by ensuring codes billed match the procedures noted within patient records, and for patients that have been covered by a particular company for a long period of time, this can amount to tacking health records, reviewing pre-authorization paperwork and more.
  • Laboratories use Billing and Coding Technicians provide a vital service in laboratories ensuring patient receive the proper tests that were prescribed, and this translates over into proper insurance claims and EHR management as well.
  • Temporary health care staffing agencies may rely on Medical Records Technicians to track patient data, especially those receiving home health services, monitor patient outcomes for quality assurance and maintain accuracy in all billing matters.

CCI'S Role Why Choose CCI for MBC.

CCI Training Center works tirelessly to create career programs designed for working adults with other responsibilities. The traditional university was designed for young adults and adolescents with little to no outside responsibilities, but CCI Training Center is working to change that stereotype.

Why Choose CCI for medical billing training courses in Dallas & Arlington, Texas

Instructors at CCI Training Center are real-world health care professionals, and in the Medical Billing and Coding Specialist Program, they may have held the certifications students may sit for after completing the program. They may be Certified Electronic Health Records Specialists, Certified Medical Administrative Assistants or Certified Billing and Coding Specialists. Depending on the class, they may hold additional certifications, licenses or degrees in the field of health care. For instance, they may have Nursing, Billing and Coding or Laboratory backgrounds and work experience.

Other reasons students interested in digital health care choose CCI Training Center goes back a few simple facts. Students may apply for local and federal financial aid, and those that qualify may be able to access grants, loans, and even scholarships to help pay for school. The flexible online program under the direct supervision of an instructor in small classes is what sets CCI different. This allows the adult student to go back to school and keep their other family and work obligations. Year-round courses mean students can start the program in any month, not a set spring or fall semester.

This program is a practical option for students interested in the administrative side of health care. After graduation, they enter the field and make a difference in their career.


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"I’m just so grateful I went to a school that really cares about the students and makes sure that all the hard work they put into the class rooms don’t go to waste."

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"My decision to enroll at CCI Training Center has been the best choice I have made in many years."

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