As a medical records specialist you will compile, process, and maintain medical records of hospital and clinic patients in a manner consistent with medical, administrative, ethical, legal, and regulatory requirements of the healthcare system. These tasks aid the employer with medical billing and coding. Work can be performed at a medical facility or in a work-from-home format. The annual median wage for medical records specialists in Vermont is $46,000. Many employed in this field receive employment benefits that include health insurance, paid time off, and retirement savings.
The medical records specialist apprenticeship includes five college-level courses paired with on-the-job training. The apprenticeship is a great way to start on the path to CCV’s medical billing and coding certificate.
Related Instruction for Medical Records Specialist Apprenticeship
|Course Number||Course Name||Credits|
|AHS 1205||Medical Terminology||3|
|AHS 1015||Intro to Health Information Systems||3|
|AHS 2121||Medical Coding I||3|
|AHS 2122||Medical Coding II||3|
|AHS 2165||Health Insurance Reimbursement & Billing||3|
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