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*****REGISTRATION IS CLOSED*****

Brooklyn Public Library Adult Learning in partnership with SUNY Brooklyn Educational Opportunity Center (BEOC) is now offering a virtual FREE 15 week intensive Medical Billing & E-Records. BEOC is administered by New York City College of Technology!

Medical Billing and E-Records helps build careers in the medical and health insurance fields.

Participants in this class must:

*Be highly motivated

*Do extensive hands-on computer work independently

*Complete certification examinations

*Have access to technology (computer/laptop) and internet

Upon successful completion:

*Participants will be prepared to take the national certification exam to become a Certified Billing & Coding Specialist.

*Participants will be able to use medical billing software.

*Job placement assistance available.

Certifications to be obtained:

*Certified Billing & Coding Specialist (CBCS)

*Certified Electronic Health Records Specialist (CEHRS)

***Note: BPL Adult Learning will reimburse one certified exam (CBCS), if they meet attendance policy.

Virtual Class Schedule: Monday through Thursday 6pm-9pm and Saturday 10am-1pm

Fall Semester: Aug. - Dec. 2020

Program Length: 15 weeks

Class Location: Online

Minimum Eligibility Requirements:

*High School Diploma/HSE equivalency or must obtain your HSE by Nov. 2020 in order to receive the certification.

*Have an interest in healthcare profession

*18 years of age or older

*US citizen, permanent resident or refugee

*NYS resident for at least one (1) year

*Ability to meet placement test requirements (TABE)

*Low to moderate income

*No more than 33 college credits earned (college degrees are not eligible)

To register for the information session, please RSVP below. Be sure to create a Free Zoom account in order to participate.

Once you register for the information session, you will receive an email with additional information and a list of required documents you would need for enrollment.

Space is limited; you must attend one of the information sessions to be considered.

Thank you and continue to be safe.

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