Medical Reimbursement Technology Associate of Applied Science
The Medical Reimbursement Technology program at Harrison College may be ideal for you if you are compassionate, have strong interpersonal skills, have strong technical skills, adhere to policies well and are detail-oriented.
About Medical Reimbursement Technology
The Medical Reimbursement Technology Associate of Applied Science Degree program provides cross training in both medical coding and billing skills, which means you will find a variety of career options upon completion of the program. You will also be taught how to enter and protect health information data, schedule patient appointments and complete health care claim forms, among many other skills.
To read more, download our Medical Reimbursement Technology program sheet.
Why Earn Your Medical Reimbursement Technology Degree?
As a graduate of the Medical Reimbursement Technology Associate of Applied Science Degree program, you will be qualified to take an entry-level coding credential exam to become a certified coding specialist or professional coder.
With your certification, you could be qualified for a career as a:
- Medical coding specialist
- Medical biller
- Health insurance specialist
- Cancer registrar
- Medical records technician
- Medical reimbursement technologist
If you do not want to be locked into a single degree, credits from this program can also transfer to the Health Care Management Bachelor’s Degree program, so you have the ability to further advance your career.
Salary & Employment
Depending on the work environment, medical reimbursement technologists’ annual salary can range from $32,290 to $61,190 (as a claims adjuster, examiner or investigator), according to O*Net. These employment areas are projected to grow anywhere from three to 22 percent from 2012-2022.
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