Institute of Health Management

Manor College’s Medical Certificate Program will help you augment your current skills and knowledge, successfully prepare you for a career change, and enable you to increase your earning potential.

In order to keep up with the pace of today’s healthcare requirements, medical staff may need to increase their efficiency, knowledge, and skills of current procedures. At Manor College, we can train your staff to become both certified Medical Billers and Medical Coders. All employees in the medical field will benefit from our Medical Terminology/Survey of Anatomy and Physiology courses regardless of their positions.

All of our medical certificate program classes are taught by qualified instructors who currently work in the medical field. Learn real-world current practices in medical billing and medical coding to keep up with the pace of today’s insurance requirements. This program will train individuals to become certified medical billers and coders and will prepare them to take and successfully pass nationally recognized coding exams.


"…Teachers were great; they taught us real life experience, and this helped me working my first job as a coder.”

“The program was very valuable time wise, monetarily, and the instructors were great!”

“I really enjoyed this program. I feel we got the same degree of education for a lot less than other area programs cost.”

Medical Billing Track                                                            
Requirements: Medical Terminology/Survey of A&P Part I only, Introduction to Billing, Electronic Health Records
Recommended: Microsoft Office Computer Skills
Medical Coding Track
Requirements: Medical Terminology/Survey of A&P Part I, Anatomy & Pathophysiology, Medical Billing, Electronic Health Records, Diagnostic Coding, Procedural Coding, Coding Supplement
Recommended: Microsoft Office Computer Skills

Classes meet for five weeks each, two nights per week. All classes run from 6:30- 9:30 pm.
Tentative class dates are listed under each class.


Medical Terminology/Survey of Anatomy & Physiology I
This course is designed to introduce the student to medical terminology by understanding word roots, suffixes
and prefixes, abbreviations and terms associated with the human body. The course provides a comprehensive study of the anatomy and physiology of the body. Topics included in this first course are: chemistry, cells, tissues, glands, membranes, disease and integumentary, skeletal, muscular, nervous sensory and endocrine systems.
Mondays & Tuesdays, 9/28/15 - 10/27/15

The Language of Medicine, 10th Ed.
Author: Davi-Ellen Chabner
ISBN # 978-1455728466
To register: call (215) 884-2218 or click here to register online with a credit card. 

Anatomy & Physiology II and Pathophysiology
This course covers the circulatory, lymphatic, respiratory, digestive and reproductive systems. The pathophysiology portion of the course studies the changes in the body that occur as a result of a disease or injury.
Mondays & Tuesdays, 11/2/15 - 12/8/15

To register: call (215) 884-2218 or click here to register online with a credit card. 

Introduction to Billing
This course will equip the student with knowledge of government and commercial insurance programs. The student will gain knowledge of various reimbursement methodologies, fee schedule systems, prospective payment systems, and billing claim forms. Upon completion of this course the student will have the essential tools to understand the billing process.
Insurance Handbook for the Med. Office, 13th ed. 
ISBN # 978-1455733255
Insurance Workbook for the Med. Office, 13th ed. 
ISBN # 978-1455748112
Author: Fordney

Electronic Health Records
This course takes students through various administrative parts of the medical practice, including medical personnel, human resources, the revenue cycle, medical records, audits, regulatory agency compliance, and advertising and marketing. Students are given tools and techniques to manage these areas and keep the practice running smoothly.
Wednesdays & Thursdays, 9/30/15 - 10/29/15

To register: call (215) 884-2218 or click here to register online with a credit card. 

Diagnostic Coding
This course is designed to demonstrate the differences and transitions between ICD-9 CM and ICD-10CCM. The student will learn to assign codes according to nomenclature and coding classification systems. Learn general coding guidelines for disease diagnoses and medical/surgical procedures.  In addition, the student will learn to validate coding accuracy found in the electronic health record.
Wednesdays & Thursdays, 11/4/15 - 12/10/15 (excl. 11/25, 11/26)

To register: call (215) 884-2218 or click here to register online with a credit card. 

Procedural Coding
This course is designed to educate the student on the guidelines of procedural coding. The student will learn how to analyze medical records, compare and contrast code linkage, and properly assign procedural modifiers. Additionally the student will gain hands on experience with assigning evaluation and management codes, anesthesia codes, radiology codes, and surgical codes.

Coding Supplemental Course
This course is designed to prepare the student for the medical billing and coding certification. The student will use all prior knowledge of medical terminology and medical coding to demonstrate skills. Testing simulations will be done to assess the weaknesses and strengths of the student. Upon completion of this course the student will be prepared to sit for the certification.