Health Care Billing Institute (HCBI) Orientation on Medical Coding at Makati City on December 9 and 13, 2011

WHO (others): Health Care Billing Institute

WHAT: Orientation on Medical Coding

WHEN: December 9 and 13, 2011



WHERE: 27-B 27th Floor, Burgundy Corporate Tower, 252 Sen. Gil Puyat Ave., Makati City


With the continuous advancement of technology and expanding health care market, demands for more systematic, up-to-date and secured products and services are now more needed than ever. And one of the
fields that play a major role in these aspects is medical coding and billing.

Health Care Billing Institute is the first medical coding and billing institute in the Philippines, and the second outside the United States. It is a subsidiary of Pinoy Data Capture, a company who has
experience of more than 15 years experience in medical coding, data conversion and contact centers.

To continue their service on this line of business, the company will be launching this venture that will train health care professional and graduates who want to pursue a career in medical coding into globally
competitive and duly certifies medical coders.

You are welcome to join us to pursue a successful career in medical coding, here and abroad.

Contact Person: Javy Javier
Landline: 856-5680/856-3919
Mobile: 0927-5778848

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