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Fast Facts

State of New York Average Annual Wage

$52,580*

National Median Annual Wage

$52,540*

Program Length†

9-month track (day)
12-month track (day and evening)
15-month track (day and evening)

Train for a career in Medical Billing & Coding at Swedish Institute!

Get the hands-on training you need in the Medical Billing & Coding Certificate Program at Swedish Institute in NYC so that you can be on the road to a new career in this in-demand field.

Swedish Institute’s Medical Billing & Coding (MBC) program provides students with an understanding of theories and skills required for gainful employment in medical administration. Course topics covered in this program include insurance billing and coding, healthcare regulatory requirements, and payment processing.

Successful completion of this certificate program prepares students for entry-level jobs as medical billers, insurance claims specialists, or other administrative roles in a medical setting.

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Consumer Information

Important information about educational debt, earnings, and completion rates of students who attended this program can be found at: https://www.swedishinstitute.edu/student-consumer-information/

†Applies to full time students only.

Swedish Institute’s programs are registered with and regulated by the New York State Education Department. Accredited by ACCSC.

https://www.bls.gov/oes/current/oes292071.htm#st and https://data.bls.gov/oes/#/home, using Occupational Employment Statistics Query System with release date of May 2019