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Medical Billing and Coding is currently one of the fastest-growing professions in allied health! There is a demand in the healthcare industry for individuals with knowledge of office operations including diagnostic and procedural coding and insurance forms processing. This program prepares students to improve their career opportunities or enter this in-demand field as a medical billing specialist, medical coder, or medical office manager. Students will learn how to code disorders, services, and procedures for all systems of the body.   Students who successfully complete this 252 clock hour course will receive a Certificate of Completion from Tidewater Community College for 25.2 CEUs. Students will also register, prepare for, and take the National Healthcareer Association (NHA) Certified Billing and Coding Specialist (CBCS) Certification examination! Prerequisites and/or Co-requisites High school diploma or GED: provide copy to instructor/program director PC Requirements: Internet connection, e-mail capability, Adobe Flash Player, Adobe Reader, and computer speakers
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The Virginia Center for Inclusive Communities will provide participants with an educational experience in diversity appreciation, prejudice reduction, and human relations skills. Through facilitated conversation, participants will be offered the opportunity to explore the complexities and subtleties of bias and prejudice that have the potential to create divisions in the workplace and the community. The proposed training program offers learning in both the cognitive and affective domains by impacting: The Head: Sessions offer theory and models for understanding inclusion and discrimination at deep levels. Theoretical underpinnings are based on the most up-todate educational research. The Heart: Participants have an opportunity to explore their own feelings, experiences and stories, along with the feelings, experiences, and stories of their colleagues, constituents, and the community they serve.  The Hand: Participants develop concrete tools, skills, and strategies that they can use to make appropriate and meaningful changes in their departments. OBJECTIVES By the completion of the program, participants will: Develop a shared language for thinking about and exploring issues of diversity and inclusion; Examine the role of prejudice and advantage, and how these dynamics impact diverse groups, locally and nationally; and Express an increased awareness of how to create more inclusive workplace and community environments.  

630073

Start date: 04/10/18

End date: 04/10/18

Weekly - Tue 9:00 AM - 3:30 PM (4/10/2018-4/10/2018)

1 session

Days of the Week : Weekly - Tue .

Tuition: $70.00

Location : TCC Regional Workforce Development Center Location : 
  TCC Regional Workforce Development Center.

Instructor : VA Center for Inclusive Communities 

Room :  URWD-W105



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