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Medical Billing Elizabethtown Community and Technical College Qualifications: Adjunct instructor (must be certified coder). The minimum is a two-year degree (typically Health Information Technology, Medical information Technology or a related field). Bachelor's degree preferred. Registered Health Information Technician (RHIT) or Registered Health Information Administrator (RHIA). Online position.
Medical Billing Pittsburgh Technical College Looking for adjunct faculty to teach coursework online in the Medical Coding Program. Required: Minimum of an Associate Degree (Bachelors preferred) in related field, medical coding certification through AAPC or AHIMA, state Teaching Certification NOT required. Also required: 4 years related work experience, knowledge in both physician and hospital based coding methodologies as well as physician and hospital insurance programs and billing processes.
Medical Billing Laboure College The adjunct position serves on an adjunct instructor to the Clinical Documentation Certificate students. The courses are online and are held on a semester basis. Required: An earned Bachelors Degree with healthcare certification, such as CCDS or CDIP, RN, RHIA or RHIT, CCS or CPC, more than one year of work experience in the Clinical Documentation Improvement, and more than one year of online teaching experience.
Medical Billing Bryant & Stratton University Requirements: Qualified candidates will possess a Masters degree AND must possess a CCS-P, CCS, or CCA certification. Online teaching experience preferred.
Medical Billing Trident at AIU Must have a Masters degree in Health Care Administration, Health Information Management or similar degree. A CPC or CCA certification is a plus. To teach at the undergraduate level, a terminal degree from a regionally accredited institution in a relevant discipline is required. Experience teaching in a higher education setting. Demonstrated knowledge of current trends in the discipline.