M State programs help prepare students to fill administrative positions in health care, one of the fastest growing industries in the nation. We can provide the training you need to play an essential administrative role on a health care team.
The Medical Coding and Insurance diploma program focuses on procedures associated with billing for medical services. Students receive in-depth training for employment in the coding and insurance departments of medical facilities.
Medical coding involves using nationally recognized coding systems to classify procedures and diagnoses related to medical treatment, and graduates may be eligible to take several of the national coding certification exams.
The 50-credit diploma is offered on our M State campuses in Moorhead and Wadena and online through eCampus.
M State's Medical Insurance and Coding program has been recognized by BestColleges.com as the No. 3 accredited online diploma program in the nation in the category of medical billing and insurance for 2018. Rankings are based on academic outcomes, affordability and the breadth and depth of online learning opportunities, according to the BestColleges.com website.
Minnesota State Community and Technical College has been recognized as the top Minnesota college for programs in medical billing and coding by the student resource website Medical Billing & Coding World.
The website identified the top college in each state based on tuition and accreditation, along with each school's job assistance and job placement programs.
M State offers an associate degree in Health Information Technology/Coding and a diploma program in Medical Coding and Insurance.
The 64-credit online Health Information Technology/Coding degree prepares students for careers in health information management.
The 50-credit Medical Coding diploma program, offered online and in Moorhead, prepares students for jobs related to billing for medical services.
Medical Coding and Insurance Diploma
Locations: Online, Moorhead