LADERA CAREER PATHS TRAINING CENTERS (LCPTC), a division of Ladera Career Paths, Inc., offers instruction in the following specializations:
· Health Claims Examiner / Medical Biller
· Medical Biller
· Medical Records Coder
· Medical Transcriptionist
LCPTC is accredited by the Accrediting Commission of Career Schools and Colleges of Technology (ACCSCT).
LCPTC has received the stamp of approval from the American Health Information Management Association’s (AHIMA) Commission on Accreditation for its Medical Records Coder (MRC) Program. This approval makes LCPTC’s MRC certificate program one of three in the state of California acknowledged by AHIMA as an Approved Coding Educational Model.
State of California Approval
LCPTC programs are approved by the state of California’s Bureau for Private Postsecondary and Vocational Education in accordance with the provisions of the California Education Code for integrity, financial stability, and educational quality, including the offering of bona fide instruction by qualified faculty and the appropriate assessment of students’ achievement prior to, and at the end of its programs.
- Train and develop students for employment as health claims examiners, medical records coders, medical billers, personal computer operators, and other related professions
Ladera Career Paths Training Centers is an active member of:
California Association of Private Postsecondary Schools (CAPPS)
American Health Information Association (AHIMA)
California Health Information Management Association
All training is designed to prepare students for entry-level employment in the Health Information Management (HIM), Medical Billing and computer fields. LCPTC graduates are routinely employed by hospitals, medical offices, clinics, ambulatory surgery centers, insurance companies, HMO’s, medical billing services, healthcare companies, and by employers who require through software application knowledge. Often our graduates have jobs waiting for them upon graduation.
LCPTC offers students the flexibility to attend classes weekdays (Tuesday through Friday), evenings (Mondays and Wednesdays or Tuesdays and Thursdays), or on Saturdays. All course work is taught in modules (classes) that contain a specific number of clock hours; one clock hour requires a minimum of fifty (50) minutes of class instruction.