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Medical Biller

The Manhattan Institute

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Midtown, Manhattan
45 W 34th St 5th Floor
Btwn 5th Ave & Avenue Of The Americas
New York, New York 10001
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Require HS diploma or take exam 2hrs before 1st class.
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Class Level: All levels
Age Requirements: 18 and older
Average Class Size: 10

What you'll learn in this medical training:

The Medical Billing and Coding professional, also referred to as a Medical Biller, is the person responsible for the prompt and accurate medical billing and coding of medical insurance claims. As the person in charge of billing, the Medical Biller reviews the medical insurance which is presented as payment for medical treatment performed on patients.

The Medical Billing and Coding professional then processes the insurance claims by submitting them to the patient's insurance provider. This is a very important position, as the Medical Biller is ultimately responsible for the revenue of the medical facility.

The Medical Billing and Coding specialist:
  • Submits documentation of care to insurance companies
  • Handles day-to-day medical billing procedures
  • Completes medical insurance claim forms
  • Schedule appointments
  • Explain insurance benefits to patients
  • Processes bills to insurance companies
Upon graduation, you will be qualified to work as a Medical Biller and Coder in places such as: Hospitals, Private Doctor Offices, Dental Offices, Home Health Agencies, Medical Equipment Suppliers, Clinics, Chiropractic Offices, Drug Treatment Centers, Insurance Companies, Laboratories, Group Medical Practices, Physical Therapy Offices, Clinics, HMO's, Pharmacies, Optical Stores, Surgical Suppliers, Ambulance Companies, Nursing Agencies, MRI Centers, Testing Facilities, Nursing homes. Medical billers can also work for the insurance company itself reviewing insurance claims.

Students must have a HS diploma to take these classes. If not - they must take an entrance exam and arrive 2 hours before the first class.
For the convenience of our students, school programs are organized into different schedules, which divide programs into segments of instruction called “quarters” or “terms”. Course 6 weeks in length or less are referred to as “mini courses”.  Refund policies, which are governed by New York State law, will be different depending upon whether your program and schedule is less than six weeks, or it is divided by terms or quarters, and how many terms or quarters are contained within each program and schedule.

Review your enrollment agreement carefully to determine the policy, which applies to your selected schedule and program.

Quarters Refund Policy

A) A student who cancels the enrollment agreement within seven days after signing it will have all monies paid to the school refunded with the exception of the non-refundable registration fee which is due and payable at the time the student signs the enrollment agreement. Thereafter, the student will be liable for the non-refundable registration fee, the cost of any books and supplies accepted, and any tuition liability as described below. Tuition liability is calculated according to the student’s last day of physical attendance at the school. Tuition liability is divided by the number of “quarters” in the program.
 
B)  If the student withdraws or is discontinued during the first quarter of instruction the school may retain:
  • 0% of the quarter’s tuition if termination is prior to or during the first week of instruction; or 
  • 25% of the quarter’s tuition if termination is during the second week of instruction; or
  • 50% of the quarter’s tuition if termination is during the third week of instruction; or 
  • 75% of the quarter’s tuition if termination is during the fourth week of instruction; or
  • 100% of the quarter’s tuition if termination occurs after the fourth week of instruction.  
C)  If the student withdraws or is discontinued during the subsequent quarter of instruction the school may retain:
  • 25% of the quarter’s tuition if termination is during the first week of instruction; or
  • 50% of the quarter’s tuition if termination is during the second week of instruction; or
  • 75% of the quarter’s tuition if termination is during the third week of instruction; or
  • 100% of the quarter’s tuition if termination occurs after the third week of instruction.
D)  For students terminating their instruction during the second quarter of their program, and not with-standing the provisions of paragraph B, the provisions of :

Paragraph A regarding refunds of program charges shall apply unless the school demonstrates that there were no significant educational changes in the student’s program such as; non-functioning educational equipment adversely affecting the student’s program, a material change in the student’s schedule as agreed to at the time of enrollment, substitution of a teacher after instruction has began, where the teacher does not possess the necessary language skills to effectively communicate the subject matter to the students in the approved language of instruction, or a significant increase in the student to teacher ratio.

Term Refund Policy

A) A student who cancels this agreement within seven days after signing it will have all monies paid to the school refunded with the exception of the non-refundable registration fee which is due and payable at the time the student signs this enrollment agreement. Thereafter, the student will be liable for the non-refundable registration fee,the cost of any books and supplies accepted, and any tuition liability as described below, calculated according to the student’s last day of physical attendance at the school. Tuition liability is divided by the number of “terms” in the program and schedule.

B) If the student withdraws or is discontinued during the first and only term of instruction the school may retain:
  • 0% of the term’s tuition if termination is prior to or during the first week of instruction; or 
  • 20% of the term’s tuition if termination is during the second week of instruction; or 
  • 35% of the term’s tuition if termination is during the third week of instruction; or 
  • 50% of the term’s tuition if termination is during the fourth week of instruction; or
  • 70% of the term’s tuition if termination occurs during the fifth week of instruction; or  
  • 100% of the term’s tuition if termination occurs after the completion of the fifth week of instruction.
Subsequent Terms:
  • 20% of the term’s tuition if termination is during the second week of instruction; or 
  • 35% of the term’s tuition if termination is during the third week of instruction; or 
  • 50% of the term’s tuition if termination is during the fourth week of instruction; or
  • 70% of the term’s tuition if termination occurs during the fifth week of instruction; or  
  • 100% of the term’s tuition if termination occurs after the completion of the fifth week of instruction.
Paragraph A regarding refunds of program charges shall apply unless the school demonstrates that there were no significant educational changes in the student’s program such as; non-functioning educational equipment adversely affecting the student’s program, a material change in the student’s schedule as agreed to at the time of enrollment, substitution of a teacher after instruction has began where the teacher does not possess the necessary language skills to effectively communicate the subject matter to the students in the approved language of instruction, or a significant increase in the student to teacher ratio.

C) Any refund due to a student shall be paid by the school within forty-five days of the date of termination,cancellation, or withdrawal. Such date shall be the earliest of the date upon which the student informs the school in writing that he or she has withdrawn, or the date that the school has determined the student to have withdrawn in accordance with applicable law.

D) The failure of a student to notify the school's Director in writing of withdrawal may delay refund of tuition pursuant to Section 5002 of Educational Law.

Refund Policy Language-Mini
(6 or less weeks in duration)

A student who cancels within 7 days of signing the enrollment agreement but before instruction begins receives all monies returned with the exception of the non-refundable registration fee. 

Thereafter, a student will be liable for:
  • the non-refundable registration fee plus
  • the cost of any textbooks or supplies accepted plus
  • tuition liability as of the student's last date of physical attendance. 
Tuition liability is determined by the percentage of the program offered to the student.

If termination occurs school may keep:
  • 0 - 15% of the program 0%
  • 16 - 30% of the program 25%
  • 31 - 45% of the program 50%
  • 46 - 60% of the program 75%
  • After 60% of the program 100%
The student refund may be more than that stated above if the accrediting agency refund policy results in a greater refund.

Paragraph A regarding refunds of program charges shall apply unless the school demonstrates that there were no significant educational changes in the student’s program such as; non-functioning educational equipment adversely affecting the student’s program, a material change in the student’s schedule as agreed to at the time of enrollment, substitution of a teacher after instruction has began where the teacher does not possess the necessary language skills to effectively communicate the subject matter to the students in the approved language of
instruction, or a significant increase in the student to teacher ratio.

B) Any refund due to a student shall be paid by the school within forty-five days of the date of termination, cancellation, or withdrawal. Such date shall be the earliest of the date upon which the student informs the school in writing that he or she has withdrawn, or the date that the school has determined the student to have withdrawn in accordance with applicable law.

C) The failure of a student to notify the school director in writing of withdrawal may delay refund of tuition pursuant to Section 5002 of Educational Law. 
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