Medical Coding/Billing

A medical coder is a member of the health information service team. The coding professional uses a classification system to assign code numbers and letters to each symptom, diagnosis, disease, procedure, and operation that appears in the patient's chart. These codes are used for insurance reimbursement, research, health planning analysis, and to make clinical decisions. A high degree of accuracy and a working knowledge of medical terminology, anatomy, and physiology are important skills for these professionals.

  • Medical Coding/Billing Contact Information:
    Joe Grasso, Medical Coding/Billing Coordinator
    Ybor City Campus, YFAC 215, (813)  253-7000 ext. 5122
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