Medical Insurance Biller & Coder

Recording and coding patient health information.

More people than ever have access to health insurance and are using health care services today. As the aging population grows, the number of individuals with health insurance will also continue to climb. As a result, there is an increasing demand for trained Medical Insurance Billers and Coders who can organize and manage health care information.

Medical Insurance Billers and Coders and other health information technicians are tasked with documenting the health information for a patient, including their medical history, any symptoms, test results, and treatments, along with any additional information about health care services the patient received. Their responsibilities often depend on their employer and on the size of the health care facility in which they work.

Although Medical Insurance Billers and Coders do not offer hands-on patient care, they often work with doctors, registered nurses, and other health care professionals to clarify diagnoses or to obtain additional information to make sure patient records are complete and accurate.

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Work Environment

The Medical Insurance Billing program at Glendale Career College is a professional health care training course designed to provide the fundamental knowledge and education needed to begin working with medical and insurance records as a medical biller, professional coder or other medical office professional.

Graduates of the program routinely find jobs working in:

  • Physician’s offices
  • Medical clinics
  • Hospitals
  • Nursing care facilities
  • And other health care related facilities.

Quick Facts about Medical Insurance Billers & Coders*

  • Employment of Medical Insurance Billers is projected to grow 15 percent nationally from 2014 to 2024, much faster than the average for all occupations.
  • The increasing adaptation and use of electronic health records (EHRs) will continue to change the job responsibilities of Medical Insurance Billers.
  • Most Medical Insurance Billers work full time. In health care facilities that are always open, such as hospitals, they may work evening or overnight shifts.
  • An aging population will require more medical services, and Medical Insurance Billers and Coders will be needed to organize and manage the older generations’ health information data.
  • Medical Insurance Billers typically work in offices and may spend many hours in front of computer monitors. Some technicians may work from home.
*Source: information, including median wages and the job outlook for Medical Insurance Billers in California can be found in the California Occupational Guide published by the State of California Employment Development Department. For the latest national information, please visit U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics.

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