Medical Office Technology (MOT)

MOT 125 | Basic Medical Sciences I

Lecture Credit: 3

Introduces the anatomy and physiology, pathophysiology and drug therapy of the immune, musculoskeletal, and digestive systems. A discussion of pediatric implications as they relate to clinical physiology will also be covered. The scope of the material is limited for the medical office technology personnel.

MOT 130 | Insurance Billing and Coding

Lab Credit: 3

Introduces outpatient coding with an ultimate goal to present a clear picture of medical procedures and services performed (CPT codes), correlating the diagnosis, symptom, complaint or condition (ICD-9 codes), thus establishing the medical necessity required for third-party reimbursement.

Prerequisite: Grade of C or better in HPR 178.

MOT 133 | Basic Medical Sciences II

Lecture Credit: 3

Description: Introduces the anatomy and physiology, pathophysiology and drug therapy of the cardiovascular, respiratory, dermatology and senses systems. the scope of material is limited for the medical office technology personnel.

MOT 135 | Basic Medical Sciences III

Lecture Credit: 3

Description: Teaches the anatomy and physiology, pathophysiology and drug therapy of the Renal, Reproductive, Neurological, and Endocrine systems. the scope of material is limited for the medical office technology personnel.

MOT 181 | Administrative Assistant

Internship Credit: 1

Provides supervised placement in contracted facility for guided experience in the psychomotor, cognitive and affective learning domains acquired in an educational program. Positions are non-paid.

MOT 182 | Internship: Clinical

Internship Credit: 3

Description: Provides supervised placement in contracted facility for guided experience in the psychomotor, cognitive and affective learning domains acquired in an educational program. Positions are non-paid.

MOT 209 | Introduction to ICD-9 Coding

Lecture Credit: 2

Covers how to use the ICD-9-CM coding system for insurance claims. The course will introduce student to using the HCFA 1500 form generated from the physician's office.