The Institute of Medical and Business Careers, a respected leader in healthcare training for the past 20 years, can now prepare you for an exciting career as a Medical Records Technician (MRT,) a Medical Office Administrator (MOA), or a Medical Insurance Billing and Coding Specialist (MIBC,) completely ONLINE!

IMBC will prepare you for careers that are projected to be among the fastest growing occupations in the U.S., according to the US Bureau of Labor Statistics.

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What if … you could take classes that would fit around your work schedule or childcare? 

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Medical Records Technician


Certifications: Nationally Registered Certified Billing Coding Specialist (NRCCS) and the Certified Electronic Health Record Specialist (CEHRS)

The Medical Records Technician offers an Associate Degree in Specialized Technology (A.S.T.) MRTs manage medical records of laboratory tests and x-rays, diagnoses and treatment plans. They assign a code to each diagnosis and procedure, which determines costs and reimbursements for hospitals, clinics, physicians and nursing homes.

As medical records become computerized, the switch from paper to electronic media has created opportunities for individuals who are interested in both healthcare and computers. You'll use computer software to analyze data to improve patient care, control costs or surveys for use in research studies or legal actions.

Program Length: 1.5 Years

Specialized Technology (A.S.T.)

Graduates will learn both clerical and administrative duties -- organizing files, preparing documents, scheduling appointments, and supporting other staff. They will learn how to take medical histories of patients, arrange for patients to be hospitalized, or process insurance payments.

The ability to be professional, provide excellent customer service, enter accurate data, multi-tasking, and maintain confidentiality are essential skills for a medical office administrator.

Medical Office Administrator


Program Length: 48 weeks

Program Length: 48 weeks

Students will learn both office and hospital billing during their program and will receive hands on training utilizing Medical Billing software, providing the student with experience in the electronic claims submission process. The impact of major insurers on the billing process will also be included. The influence of ever-changing state and federal legislation will round out the material presented in both the billing and coding courses.

Prepare to begin your new career in hospitals, physicians' offices, clinics, and other medical or mental health facilities, educational institutions, or government agencies.

Medical Insurance Billing & Coding Specialist​​​​​

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Certifications: Nationally Registered Certified Billing Coding Specialist (NRCCS) and the Certified Electronic Health Record Specialist (CEHRS)

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