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About the Medical Coder-Biller Program

Program Length Average Tuition Expected Salary
Three semesters $2,670* $32,000 - $45,000
* Program costs are approximate and cost is subject to change.

This is Where Technology Meets Health Care

In just one year, Miami Dade College’s Medical Coder-Biller certificate program can prepare you for a career in the fast-growing medical field. Located in the very heart of Miami-Dade’s medical community, Miami Dade College’s Medical Center campus is home to state-of-the-art facilities and an experienced faculty. Upon completion of our program, you will be ready to join the team at clinics, medical offices, hospitals, and other out-patient facilities. You may even be able to work from home. Classes begin in January and August, but enrollment is limited, so don’t wait to apply. Sign up today.

Advantages of the Program

The College maintains dozens of partnerships with medical practices to ensure that you will get real-world experience during the clinical portion of the program. In addition, our program is approved as a Comprehensive Coding Program by the Approval Committee for Certificate Programs offered by the American Health Information Management Association and the American Association for Medical Transcription, so you can be sure that you are receiving a top-quality education.

Skills You Will Learn

As a medical coder-biller student, you will learn to use computer systems to code, classify, and index information for health records and medical billing. 

Miami Dade College is accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges to award associate and baccalaureate degrees.
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