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The Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) projects that the number of positions in the field of medical records and health information technology will increase by 13% between 2016 and 2026.
This industry’s growth rate is faster than the national average for all occupations.
According to the Bureau of Labor, the median annual wage for medical records and health information technicians was $40,350 in May 2018.

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* 1. Medical Coding and Billing and Medical Office Technology programs provide opportunities for well-paid careers in high demand. What is your perception about Medical Coding and Billing and Medical Office Technology career?

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* 2. If Medical Coding and Billing and Medical Office Technology degree plans were available today, how likely would you be to register for the classes?

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* 3. Medical Coding and Billing and Medical Office Technology are portable career paths in high demand occupations that offer flexibility (e.g., work from home, part-time job, full-time job). Would you be interested in receiving more information about Medical Coding and Billing and Medical Office Technology degree plans? Contact: centraltexascollege@europe.ctcd.edu

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* 4. Medical Coding and Billing and Medical Office Technology might be a good substitute for all students who want to start the Nursing program that is not offered in Europe. How likely would you take those programs instead of the Nursing program?

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* 5. How likely is it that you would recommend Medical Coding and Billing and Medical Office Technology Degree Plan to a friend or colleague?

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* 6. In your own words, what are the things that you would like to know about Medical Coding and Billing and Medical Office Technology?

All programs are available online. Students can use financial aid ad scholarship programs (FAFSA, MyCAA, CTC scholarships). Transitioning military students can use the additional 21 credits towards certificate programs. The transition certificate does not have to be related to the students’ MOS.

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