Institute of Health Management

Manor College’s Medical Certificate Program will help you augment your current skills and knowledge, successfully prepare you for a career change, and enable you to increase your earning potential.

In order to keep up with the pace of today’s healthcare requirements, medical staff may need to increase their efficiency, knowledge, and skills of current procedures.  At Manor College, we can train your staff to become both certified Medical Billers and Medical Coders. All employees in the medical field will benefit from our Medical Terminology/Survey of Anatomy and Physiology courses regardless of their positions. 
All of our medical certificate program classes are taught by qualified instructors who currently work in the medical field. Learn real-world current practices in medical billing and medical coding to keep up with the pace of today’s insurance requirements, increase your efficiency, knowledge, and skills of current medical billing and coding procedures. This program will train individuals to become certified medical billers and will prepare them to take and successfully pass the national AAPC coding exam. We begin with a solid foundation in Medical Terminology/Survey of Anatomy and Physiology necessary for the participant to understand the language of the medical profession.

Testimonials: 

"…Teachers were great; they taught us real life experience, and this helped me working my first job as a coder.”

“The program was very valuable time wise, monetarily, and the instructors were great!”

“I really enjoyed this program. I feel we got the same degree of education for a lot less than other area programs cost.”

Medical Billing Track                                                           
Requirements: Medical Terminology/Survey of A&P Part I only, Medical Billing Level I and Level II
Recommended: Microsoft Office Computer Skills

Medical Coding Track
Requirements: Medical Terminology/Survey of A&P Part I and Part II, Medical Billing Level I only,
Medical Coding Level I and Level II
Recommended: Microsoft Office Computer Skills

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Medical Terminology/Survey of Anatomy & Physiology
Understand basic medical vocabulary including anatomical systems and physical processes. Learn how words are formed and explain terminology in its proper context, which is the structure and function of the human body in health and disease. All personnel in the health field will benefit from this course.
Tuesdays, 1/6 - 3/10
6:30 - 9:30 pm
$285.00

Room 19

Book:
The Language of Medicine, 9th or 10th Ed.
Author: Davi-Ellen Chabner
ISBN # 978-1437705706
To register: call (215) 884-2218 or click here to register online with a credit card. 

Medical Terminology/Survey of Anatomy & Physiology Part II
This is a continuation of Medical Terminology/Survey of Anatomy and Physiology Part I, focusing on building and understanding basic medical vocabulary. All personnel in the health fields and students of all backgrounds will benefit from this course. The primary objective is to explain terminology in its proper context, which is the structure and function of the human body in health and disease.
Tuesdays, 3/24 – 5/26
6:30 – 9:30 pm
$305.00
Room 19
To register: call (215) 884-2218 or click here to register online with a credit card. 

Medical Billing I
Understand the entire revenue cycle process, from intake to services provided to appropriate reimbursement.  Learn about the CMS-1500 claim form, electronic claims, HIPAA review, fraud and abuse laws, regulations and the NPI enumerator. Prerequisites: Med. Term/Survey of A&P Part I only.
Wednesdays, 1/7 – 2/25
6:30 – 9:30 pm
$285.00
Room 34
Books:
Insurance Handbook for the Med. Office, 13th ed.
ISBN # 978-1455733255
Insurance Workbook for the Med. Office, 13th ed.
ISBN # 978-1455748112
Author: Fordney
To register: call (215) 884-2218 or click here to register online with a credit card. 


Medical Billing II
Understand the particular characteristics of each insurance payer and the appropriate rules for each claim submission  such as Indemnity plans, HMO’s, PPO’s, Worker’s Compensation and the state variances, Medicare, Parts A, B & D as well as nuances of Medicare Secondary Payer program, Medicaid and state-by-state variances. Discuss various disability types of claims, Tricare programs, and Facility (Hospital Billing). You will review the medical billing claim form, CMS-1500. Class includes a hands-on computer lab class to generate an actual claim. Prerequisites:Med. Term/Survey of A&P, Part I only, Medical Billing I
Wednesdays, 3/4 - 4/22
6:30 – 9:30 pm
 
$305
Room 34

To register: call (215) 884-2218 or click here to register online with a credit card. 



Medical Coding I
The CPT manual will be used for instruction. ICD-9 and HCPCS will also be introduced. This course will help prepare you for the Certified Professional Coders (CPC) certification exam, given by the American Academy of Professional Coders (AAPC). Prerequisite: Medical Terminology/Survey of A&P Part I and Part II, Medical Billing Part I only.
Inquire at 215-884-2218 for future dates.


Medical Coding II
Focus on diagnosis and ICD-9 procedure with continued discussion, practice, and application inmedical coding in preparation for the Certified Professional Coders (CPC) certification exam. Prepare for real world office practice, advanced coding, workplace scenarios, and operative (op) reports. Prerequisite: Medical Terminology/Survey of A&P Part I and Part II, Medical Billing Part I only, Medical Coding I.
Inquire at 215-884-2218 for future dates.