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Online Medical Office Manager School

Online Medical Office Manager
Online Medical Office Manager

U.S. Career Institute’s Online Medical Office Manager School offers 100% online classes that allow you to study any time, any place, on Your phone.

As a Medical Office Manager, you will have the opportunity to work with each member of the medical office team as they take care of patients and manage their healthcare information. With new patients every day, no two days are alike for a Healthcare Office Manager. It's always fast-paced and interesting. Best of all, after graduating from our online medical office manager school training course, you'll be doing work that genuinely helps people!

The Healthcare Sector is booming! After your training in health information and office management, you'll be well qualified for this growing career.

  • Healthcare Office Manager professional salary – up to $63,450 per year!*
  • Classes are self-paced, making them flexible and giving you the option to complete the program when it works best for you and your schedule!
  • U.S. Career Institute is accredited by the Distance Education Accrediting Commission (DEAC). DEAC is listed by the U.S. Department of Education as a recognized accrediting agency.
  • U.S. Career Institute is proud to provide our Career Coach Program which gives you one-on-one access to a Career Advisor.

U.S. Career Institute School Benefits

Affordable monthly paymentAffordable

$69 monthly payments, 5 day risk-free preview and 100% money back commitment.

USCI On-Demand Learning On-demand Learning

100% online and self-paced. No set class schedules so you set the pace and study when you can 24/7.

Mobile Friendly Learning Materials Mobile-Friendly

Custom-designed, mobile-friendly student portal.

USCI has custom learning materials Real-world Skills

Focus on real-world skills that will help you gain the knowledge and skills you need for employment and to prepare for industry certifications.

USCI all-inclusive program All-inclusive Program

Your tuition includes access to instructors, learning materials and career support.

USCI all-inclusive program Proven Reputation

A+ BBB Rating, 40 Years in Business, 4.8 out of 5 TrustScore, DEAC Accredited, 97% of students would recommend us to a friend.

Healthcare Office Manager Training that fits your life

What You'll Learn During Your Course

Our online Healthcare Office Manager program provides graduates with theoretical instruction and practical skills that train them to obtain entry-level, healthcare office manager positions.

Our online program covers many topics including:

  • The medical front office
  • Medical terminology
  • Record and file management
  • Introduction to anatomy
  • Diagnostic and procedure coding
  • Medical insurance 101
  • Medical ethics
  • Managing the office

For the full course outline, goals, and outcomes, please visit our Course Outline page. HOM Outline

Cynthia Bracy Instructor

Medical Office Manager Program Instructor/Course Expert

Cynthia Bracy, MPH, RHIA

At U.S. Career Institute, our dedicated team of course experts, instructors and instructor assistants are committed to developing and delivering high-quality curriculum. Our qualified Medical Office Manager instructor Cindy Bracy earned her Master of Public Health Informatics (MPH) degree from the University of Chicago. Cindy holds a certification as a Registered Health Information Administrator (RHIA). She has over 15 years of experience as a medical coder and has worked as a practice management specialist before becoming an instructor for health information management. Cindy is in the process of obtaining her Master of Health Analytics from Northwestern University.

Career Outlook & Training That
Fits Your Life



Number of Jobs

1.5 million*

U.S. Career Institute’s online Medical Office Management school will teach you everything you need to know to start working as a Medical Office Manager—no previous medical experience needed. And our self-paced online healthcare office management training means you can study anytime, anywhere. With this online healthcare office manager certificate course, there are no in-person healthcare office management classes to attend and no schedules to keep.

For full career outlook please visit our career and certification page.

Healthcare Office Manager Course That Fits Your Life

USCI Student Testimonial Quote

“I kept procrastinating about taking some classes to up my knowledge for a new position. Everything was too easy not to do it. I requested information, filled out an application and before you know it I was online learning. I can learn anytime anywhere at my own pace, I'm loving it!!”


Online Healthcare Office Manager Tuition and Financing

Program Tuition and Financing

We strive to ensure our Healthcare Office Manager program is both flexible and affordable. This is why we offer low, monthly payment options for every student. We are committed to providing you with a high-quality education at an affordable price. Make an investment in yourself today!

For more information, please visit our Tuition and Financing page.

Want a competitive edge? Take a look at our Medical Specialties Degree Program with low monthly payments of just $139!

Healthcare Office Manager FAQ's

Q. How can I become a Healthcare Office Manager?
A. Typically a High School diploma or equivalent is required, formal training through an accredited institution can also be helpful when seeking employment in this field, courses typically cover topics like medical terminology, HIPAA Guidelines, general office procedures and management techniques.
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Q. What does a Healthcare Office Manager do?
A. Healthcare Office Managers are responsible for managing and overseeing general healthcare office departments and processes. They have a general understanding of a variety of different tasks and trades, general healthcare training, and a technology-focused understanding to be able to manage different systems.
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Q. Do I need to get Certified as a Healthcare Office Manager?
A. Though some employers may require certification, it is not generally required to work in this field. Some Healthcare Office Managers may pursue additional training in specialties like Medical Assisting and Medical Coding, with which they may pursue credentialing.
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Q. What is the salary of a Healthcare Office Manager?
A. According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, Healthcare Office Managers earn up to $63,450 a year.*
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Q. How much does this Healthcare Office Manager Course cost?
A. Tuition for this program is $979 total when you pay in full Payment plans are also available.
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Q. Is this Healthcare Office Manager Program accredited?
A. U.S. Career Institute is Accredited by the Distance Education Accrediting Commission. The Distance Education Accrediting Commission is listed by the U.S. Department of Education as a recognized accrediting agency.
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Q. Where Can I Work as a Healthcare Office Manager?
A. Healthcare Office Managers can be found working in doctors’ offices, hospitals, and nursing care facilities.
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Q. What skills will I learn in this Healthcare Office Manager program?
A. Skills covered in the Healthcare Office Manager Program include The medical front office, Medical terminology, Record and file management, Introduction to anatomy, Diagnostic and procedure coding, Medical insurance 101, Medical ethics, Managing the office.
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*Bureau of Labor Statistics, U.S. Department of Labor, Occupational Outlook Handbook on the internet at Office and Administrative Support Occupations (visited April 25, 2024). Statements found in the United States Department of Labor Occupational Outlook Handbook are not a guarantee of any post-graduation salary, in part because the data used to create the Occupational Outlook Handbook includes workers from differing educational backgrounds, levels of experience, and geographic areas of the country.