Medical Assisting (Billing & Coding)

Job Title - Average Salary

Billing Manager - $59,587

Certified Medical Billing/Coding Specialist - $41,302

Medical Billing Manager - $59,482

Billing Supervisor - $53,818

Billing Specialist [ ENTRY LEVEL WITH LICENSE] - $44,629

Medical Billing Specialist [ ENTRY LEVEL W/0 LICENSE] - $39,912

Medical Assisting (Billing and Coding)

Medical Assisting Training course prepares graduate to work as an entry-level Medical Assistant Administration and Billing & Coding. The objective of the Medical Assisting program is to train students in the clinical and administrative areas of health care.


At the end of the course, the students may be eligible to take certification exam for :

  • Certified Medical Assistant
  • Certified Medical Billing and Coding
  • Certified Phlebotomy Technician
  • Certified from EKG Technician

Career Opportunities

  • Billing Offices
  • Physician's office
  • Dentist's office
  • Hospitals
  • Emergency Care Facilities/ Clinics
  • Nursing Home
  • Health Maintenance Organization (HMO)
  • Insurance Company
  • Military
  • Government Agencies
  • Home Care


  1. complete a pre-enrollment form

  2. complete a personal interview with the school director or enrollment representative

  3. complete an application for enrollment

  4. be at least 18 years of age. If a student is 16 or 17 years of age during admission, a legal guardian also has to sign in the application for admission.

  5. present proof of secondary education (high school diploma or college transcript or GED certificate)

  6. not be listed as unemployable on the Employee Misconduct Registry (EMR), or

  7. not have been convicted of a criminal offense listed in the Texas Health and Safety Code §250.006


  • Administrative Medical Assisting

  • Medical Secretaries

  • Clinical Medical Assisting

  • Medical Coding and Billing


  • Demonstrate computer literacy in the operation of software applications to complete required processes

  • Enter patient information into the electronic medical record computer system accurately and completely

  • Perform patient assessment, procedures and care completely and accurately

  • Utilize policies and procedures required to maintain patient confidentiality

  • Employ effective communication skills in the workplace.

  • Assisting physicians in patient preparation and examination

  • Communicating professionally and providing instructions to patients

  • Performing routine laboratory tests, such as blood work, venipuncture, urinalysis, and electrocardiograms

  • Billing to Insurance companies

  • ICD-10

  • Recording patients' vital signs and managing patient records

  • Preparation of examining room instruments and apparatus, purchase and maintain supplies and equipment, including neat and cleanliness examining rooms.