Medical Billing

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Registration Eligibility: Adults & High School Juniors and Seniors

High school students must be age 16 or older. Learn more.

Transfer Credit Opportunity

Credit hours for completing this program can be transferred to Regional Secondary. Learn more.


Lehi Main Campus
Provo Campus


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Medical Billing is the process of sending and following up on medical claims that have been submitted to health insurance companies ensuring that proper reimbursement is received. The need for medical billers has greatly increased due to the demand for knowledge and understanding of Healthcare Compliance, patient privacy and both government and commercial payers.

Additional responsibilities of a Medical Biller can include verifying patient health plan coverage, gathering and updating patient information, obtaining prior authorization for treatment and posting payments to patient accounts. This program will train students to understand the complete medical billing cycle, become familiar with CPT, HCPCS Level II and ICD-10-CM codes, how to read and understand an Explanation of Benefits (EOB) and CMS 1500 claim form.
Students completing this program will be able to apply for employment opportunities in doctor’s offices, clinics, nursing homes, hospitals, labs, public health facilities and insurance companies.

This program is eligible for Financial and Veterans Aid! Learn more

Learn and Work scholarship available for this program! Learn more

For more information, contact the Program Coordinator.

Adults and high school students who are age 16 and older and at least a junior in high school.

Registration is open on the last Monday of each month. Students usually start the first Monday of the following month. To check seat availability, create a new student account in the MTECH Student Portal and check seat availability or call Student Services at 801-753-6282.

  • Students should coordinate with home high school counselors prior to registration.
  • Students enrolling in this program must meet with an MTECH Academic and Career Counselor prior to registration. High School students are encouraged to be accompanied by a parent. To schedule an appointment please visit
  • Students are required to take the MTECH Entrance Assessment and score a passing rate of: Math: 2: English: B or provide alternative documentation to prove competency. The Entrance Assessment is free and takes about an hour to complete. To learn more visit
  • Basic computer and digital literacy skills required
MorningLehi217MonthlyOpen Exit7:30 AM10:30 AMM-TH
AfternoonLehi217MonthlyOpen Exit11:30 AM2:30 PMM-TH
EveningLehi217MonthlyOpen Exit6:00 PM9:00 PMM-TH
MorningProvo109MonthlyOpen Exit7:30 AM10:30 AMM-TH
AfternoonProvo109MonthlyOpen Exit11:30 AM2:30 PMM-TH

*This program is a HYBRID program. Students attend class Monday through Thursday at their registered time. On Friday, students will be assigned a HYBRID assignment to complete outside of class.

Program Hours: 645 hours

Registration Fee$40.00
Facilities Fee$50.00
Program Fees$250.00

*Total includes tuition, fees, materials, and optional materials.

Fordney’s Medical Insurance Bundle$160.00textbook and workbook ISBN: 9780323594400; 9780323594417
SimChart for the Medical Office : 2021 Edition$115.00Paperback; ISBN: 9780323824316
Psychology Book (choose one)$10.00Last Lecture, The Stanger Beside Me, Shattered Silence
Myndology Flashcards – small$2.006-05875-66447-2 (3 sets of 100 cards each required)
Myndology Flashcards – large$3.006-05875-15144-6 (5 sets of 100 cards each required)
Highlighters$4.00need 2 different colors
Red Pen$2.00 
Simple Calculator$6.00 
Mechanical Pencil$2.00 
Black pen$2.00 
Scrubs$22.001 set
Flash Drive 8gb$6.00 
Access to a personal computing device and internet connectivityn/aThis program is a hybrid program and requires online learning. Access to a personal computing device and internet connectivity is required for online learning
  • MTECH Program Certificate in Medical Billing

At MTECH, you will join an exclusive group of graduates who benefit from a commitment to excellence shared by everyone at the school. From instructors who deliver a relevant, industry-driven curriculum to academic and career counselors focused on ensuring you have the tools you need to succeed, we all share the same goal: your success as a student. 

Medical billers work with an insurance company to ensure that claims are processed accurately and then promptly and correctly paid. Medical Billers also manage patient accounts by posting payments, sending out invoices and following up on denied or rejected claims.

Medical Billers can work in a variety of office and hospital settings, for insurance companies or third-party billing services.

Attention to detail, good problem-solving and critical thinking skills. In-depth knowledge of industry best practices. Basic math, bookkeeping and accounting skills. Organization, time management and prioritization of responsibilities.

Medical Billing

Program length
11 Months
Total cost
Lehi Main Campus
Provo Campus
Program length
11 mos
Total cost