Medical/Healthcare Management Programs at Westmoreland

 

High-Demand Careers in Healthcare

Program graduate Kristin works in medical billing

Medical receptionists, billers, and/or coders perform administrative tasks within a variety of settings including, but not limited to, physician’s offices, billing units, after hour clinics and various hospital departments. Within these settings a range of duties include:

  • Assist clinical staff with clerical duties
  • Work with Electronic Health Record (EHR)
  • Schedule appointments
  • Verify insurance
  • Prepare claim forms
  • Collect copays and patient payments
  • Post insurance payments and balance accounts
  • Answer phones

What Will I Learn?

Westmoreland’s associate degree Medical/Healthcare Management Program provides the academic and internship experience to start a career in entry-level positions.Upon completion of the associate degree program, graduates are eligible to sit for a variety of national certification exams in both billing and coding. Once earned, these certifications allow graduates to earn more money and climb the employment ladder.

Graduates of the associate program are also able to further their education by transferring to various four-year institutions to obtain bachelor, master, and doctorate degrees in Healthcare or Business Management. View degree program in the College Catalog

Westmoreland also offers a diploma and a certificate in Medical/Healthcare Management. both of these options are offered 100% online.

Career Opportunities

Medical receptionists, billers, and/or coders are employed in physician’s offices, billing services, and hospitals.