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Affordable Career Training through Continuing Education at RCC

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
DATE: January 9, 2017
CONTACT: Maralin Roffino
845-574-4244
mroffino@sunyrockland.edu

Affordable Career Training through Continuing Education at RCC

RAMAPO: Register and prepare for a new career or advance in your current one. Online or classroom courses at RCC’s Continuing Education offers many programs. Choose from
Professional Development
Personal Development

There are even one-day certifications through the American Heart Association

Learn more: www.sunyrockland.edu/go/conted

Online registration also: www.sunyrockland.edu/go/contedregister

 

Insurance Property & Casualty Pre-Licensing Course – New York State

February 6 - May 2
Mondays, Tuesdays & one Wednesday (2/22)
5:30 pm - 9:30 pm
$899 (plus book)

The instructor is Victor Bujanow, CIC.

RCC is certified by New York State to offer this Property & Casualty Insurance course required by state law in order to become a professional licensed agent or broker. Complete this course and the state licensing exam successfully, then apply for your license to act as an insurance broker or agent in New York State.

Topics Include: Introduction to Property and Casualty Insurance, New York State Law & Insurance regulations, Role of the Agent and Broker, Operations of an Agency, Homeowners, Renters and Condominiums, Flood, Auto and Livery Coverage. A certificate will be awarded upon successful completion of this course. School code: 73000

 

ICD10 Medical Billing and Coding Program (AHIMA test prep.)

January 27 - July 30
Fridays & Sundays
$3,995 (plus books)

Instructor is Sabina Gitlits, MS in Clinical Psychology, AOS in MA, CCMA, RMA, CPT

Learn the rules of ICD-10-CM coding system, the sequencing of codes and medical reimbursement. Coding guidelines, policies and procedures, appropriate steps, incorporate official outpatient guidelines to determine most accurate code, abstract key words from physician’s notes/medical record documentation as they relate to the diagnoses.
Distinguish between co-morbidities, manifestations, and sequelae, explain the basic format of CPT codes. Apply knowledge of coding principles by assigning accurate codes to all sections of CPT, gain experience in coding outpatient and physician medical records, define CPT concepts such as “Unbundling”, “Upcoding”, and “Unlisted Procedure,” and explain the difference between outpatient and inpatient procedure coding. Identify the structure of ICD-10-PCS codes, and understand and discuss the direct impact correct procedural coding has on reimbursement.

 

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