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Medical Billing FAQ's


What does a Medical Biller do?
Who will I be working for?
Will I be certified after taking the program and do I need to become certified?
Can I work from home?


Q. What does a Medical Biller do?
A. Medical Billers file and manage medical claims to ensure patients are billed properly and the doctor is paid for their services. Medical Billers play an important role in the medical office.
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Q. Who will I be working for?
A. Medical Billers work for doctor’s offices, clinics, hospitals, or even yourself. There are also online companies that you could work for that do billing for doctors and hospitals all over the nation! Once you graduate, our graduate support representatives can give you some tips and tricks to use during your job search to help you find the best fit for you.
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Q. Will I be certified after taking the program and do I need to become certified?
A. Upon graduation from our program, you will receive your U.S. Career Institute Certificate of Completion attesting to your accomplishment. Medical Billers do not typically need to sit for an additional certification exam. Employers in this field do not typically require certification, and you can start applying for Medical Billing positions directly after completing the U.S. Career Institute program.
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Q. Can I work from home?
A. U.S. Career Institute cannot guarantee employment. Upon receipt of your certificate of completion you will have access to our Graduate Support team including our Career Coach Program at no additional cost. U.S. Career Institute will work closely with you during your job search to assist you with the process of marketing yourself to find employment including how to build your resume, cover letter, how to locate potential job opportunities, marketing and networking.
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