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

The next information session will be in October 2020 for the Spring 2021 class. Check our website for updates. 

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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