Medical Office Assistant

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FALL 2014 Courses

August 25 – December 10, 2014
Monday and Thursday 6 p.m. to 9 p.m.
Cost: $1,999.00
Maximum 15 Students

(Education Requirement: Basic Computer Skills and must have computer.)

Medical Terminology (Alternative Delivery System)

This course provides an introduction to and working knowledge of the spelling, pronunciation, and meaning of terms commonly used in the medical field.

Medical Transcription (Alternative Delivery System)

This course is designed to prepare students in developing medical transcription skills through building block format. Students will be exposed to medical reports that are fundamental to ambulatory care, related medical terminology, formatting styles, and specialized rules of grammar and punctuation characteristic to dictated medical reports.

Students will apply these principles as they transcribe medical reports relating to outpatient health care.

Medical Billing

This microcomputer software course provides an introduction and working knowledge of medical billing procedures used in the medical field and in medical insurance operations.

Medical Coding

This course provides an introduction and working knowledge of medical coding procedures used in the medical field and in medical insurance operations.

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Tammy Moore
Course Instructor
moc.oohaynull@43ymmateroom
304-643-2410
A certified coding specialist and certified ICD-10 trainer, Moore has been coding for more than 13 years.  She is employed by Medpartners of Tampa, Fla., and she teaches medical coding, medical billing and transcription for WCE.

SPRING 2015 Courses

February 9 to May 28, 2015
Monday and Thursday 6:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m.
Cost: $1,999.00
Maximum 15 Students

(Education Requirement: Basic Computer Skills and must have computer.)

BTECH 253    Medical Terminology (On-Line)

This course provides an introduction to and working knowledge of the spelling, pronunciation, and meaning of terms commonly used in the medical field (CRN 8008)

BTECH 254    Medical Transcription (Alternative Delivery System)

This course is designed to prepare students in developing medical transcription skills through building block format. Students will be exposed to medical reports that are fundamental to ambulatory care, related medical terminology, formatting styles, and specialized rules of grammar and punctuation characteristic to dictated medical reports.

Students will apply these principles as they transcribe medical reports relating to outpatient health care. (CRN 8008)

BTECH 255    Medical Billing

This microcomputer software course provides an introduction and working knowledge of medical billing procedures used in the medical field and in medical insurance operations. (CRN 8008)

BTECH 256    Medical Coding

This course provides an introduction and working knowledge of medical coding procedures used in the medical field and in medical insurance operations. (CRN 8008)

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