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Get Medical Insurance Billing Training at WyoTech in Long Beach

Medical Insurance BillingThe Affordable Care Act (ACA), which goes into full effect over the next two years, should provide thousands of new job opportunities for people trained in medical insurance billing and coding. With tens of millions more Americans going onto the rolls of private insurance companies, the need for people to process future claims is expected to increased markedly nationwide.

In Los Angeles County alone, the demand for medical records and health information technicians (the government category for medical billing) is projected to increase more than 23 percent between 2008 and 2018, according to the State of California Employment Development Department. This translates into nearly 200 new job openings per year in L.A. County alone.*

Medical billing and coding requires specialized training. If you live in or near Los Angeles metro’s South Bay area, you can now get that medical billing training at the Long Beach campus of WyoTech.

WyoTech’s Medical Insurance Billing and Coding Program

WyoTech’s new Medical Insurance Billing and Coding (MIBC) program can prepare you for an entry-level medical billing job in less than a year. Classes are small, so you can get all the personal attention you may need. The program is accredited, and as a graduate you can receive ongoing support from the school’s Career Services department, which helps with everything from writing resumes to setting up interviews with local employers.

Why WyoTech?

WyoTech is part of the Corinthian Colleges family of career colleges, universities and institutes, which trains and places more health care industry professionals than any other school system in the United States. Instructors are health care industry professionals dedicated to your success.

Get More Information

For more information on WyoTech’s Medical Insurance Billing and Coding career training program, contact WyoTech today!

Financial aid is available for those who qualify.

Accredited by the Accrediting Commission of Career Schools and Colleges (ACCSC).


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*Source: State of California, Employment Development Department, Medical Records and Health Information Technicians, Occupational Projections of Employment, http://www.labormarketinfo.edd.ca.gov/cgi/dataanalysis/AreaSelection.asp?tableName=Occprj, visited August 3, 2012.

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