Prepares individuals for employment in health-service industries as professional claims processors. Students will become proficient in medical terminology and ICD-10/CPT Coding, as well as acquire software skills necessary for positions in health information technology.
The Business Office Technology: Medical Option degree transfers to Charter Oak State College’s Health Information Management degree program. Local labor data confirms a positive employment outlook for BOT-related occupational groups including Office Administrative Support and Medical Records and Health Information Technicians.Connecticut Department of Labor
Program Coordinator: Candace Carbone
|BOT*115||Human Biology (a)||4|
|BOT*137||Word Processing Applications (a) ‡||3|
|BOT*180||Medical Terminology (a)||3|
|BOT*181||Medical Coding I (a)||3|
|BOT*182||Medical Coding II (a)||3|
|BOT*287||Foundations/Management Medical Insurance (a)||3|
|BOT*288||Medical Practice Management Software Applications (a)||3|
|BOT*291||Electronic Health Records (a)||3|
|ENG*106||Writing for Business (a)||3|
(a) Prerequisite and/or co-requisite required.
‡ NOTE: If a student presents evidence of satisfactory completion of two years of high school study or its equivalent, he/she may, with faculty consent, choose to substitute an elective or achieve a passing grade on the course credit exam administered by the College.