• Curriculum

    CPB Curriculum Competencies The CPB curriculum focuses on seven primary competencies of medical billing: Types of Insurance: Students learn how managed care systems work, and how to distinguish between and work with different commercial (Blue Cross/Blue Shield) and government (Medicare and Medicaid) providers. Other related issues include Medigap, worker’s compensation, and third-party…

  • Exam Prep

    Exam Prep Students preparing for the Certified Professional Biller (CPB) exam need all the practice they can get. Consisting of 200 questions to be correctly answered in 5.66 hours, candidates want to have the answers on the tip of their tongue if they want to pass the test on the first try. To help…

  • Financial Aid

    Medical Billing: Financial Aid and Support Medical billing is one of the fastest rising career paths in the United States. In order to distinguish themselves from competitors, many professional billers are obtaining certificates in various sub-areas of the field. Medical billing (MB) students often seek out financial aid to afford these certification programs; the…

  • Guide to Getting Certified

    According to a recent report from the Kaiser Foundation, Americans spent more than $2.5 trillion on healthcare in 2010; to properly manage all of the claims that generated this large amount, billing professionals in the industry must be trained not only in medical terminology, but also private and governmental policies, laws, and regulations. Many…

  • What Does a Career In Medical Billing Look Like?

    #1: Where Do Medical Billing Professionals Work? While medical billing is a highly specialized career, professionals in the field work in a variety of settings. Many find positions in offices, away from the action of a hospital, while others work in much more clinical settings. Increasingly, medical billing professionals are being encouraged to work remotely…