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Affordable Nationwide Certifications in Health & Computer Networking.

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Affordable Programs. Student Support. Certification Focused.

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Nationwide certification programs made affordable. Talk to us about our financial assistance and loan programs.

About 10 Months or Less.

In about 10 months you can be working as a Certified Medical Assistant or Billing & Coding Specialist.

Online Classes & Live Support

Most programs are mostly taught online at your convenience. Our instructors are available live to guide you through.

Real World Skills.

Teaching you emotional intelligence and workplace skills to help be successful in your new career.

Medical Assisting Program Hawaii Inclusive

Multiple Certifications

Each program qualifies you for multiple certifications. At CCOP we always give you more for less.

Affodable Medical Assisting Program Certification

Tools for Success.

From free computers to use to free rental textbooks, we're here to provide you the best for success.

Our Local Medical & Technical Programs

Online Certification Refresher Courses

  • ​Online Medical Assistant Certification Refresher Course

    Are you a Medical Assistant who wants to potentially earn more by getting certified? This is an online three-month focused review for individuals who never received their NHA certification but completed school or currently work as a medical assistant and have at least a year of experience.

Coming Soon

  • (January 2023) Technology & I.T. + CompTIA® + PersonAbility Certifications

    Earn desirable CORE CompTIA® certifications in basic networking, cloud services, security, and more.

  • (2023) Certified Nursing Assistant + PersonAbility®

    Successful Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA) applicants will adhere to standards of infection control and resident care, provide professional, courteous, and efficient service to residents and staff and other duties as required.

  • (2023) Solar & HVAC Technology

    Students participate in both the HVAC & Solar installation program that combines theory with extensive practical training to simulate the actual work environment and development of skills needed to excel in this challenging field.

Medical Assisting Training and Background

The Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) reports that medical assistants play a crucial role in medical facilities by handling administrative and clinical duties.

In the healthcare industry, medical assistants provide assistance both to doctors and to patients. Among the basic medical tasks these individuals can perform are taking vital signs, administering medications as directed by a physician, or taking medical histories. In addition to scheduling appointments, billing insurance companies, and completing paperwork, they assist clinic office staff as well.

The path to becoming a medical assistant is much faster than pursuing a medical degree or nursing degree. A nurse usually completes four years of postsecondary education, while a doctor must complete 12 years of study. For medical assistants to become certified medical assistants (CMAs), all they need is a high school diploma and a medical assistant training program. On-the-job training is a major part of becoming a medical assistant.

This field offers rapid career growth. Between 2019 and 2029, 139,200 jobs are expected to be added to this field, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics (2021). There are various salaries in this field based on your location, your experience, your schooling, and your certification. An average medical assistant earns $42,000 per year in the US, according to the BLS May 2021.

A medical assistant’s career is generally extremely rewarding. Medical assistants should be familiar with all aspects of their role before considering a career in this field. At Career College of the Pacific, you’ll learn about the job scope, specializations, common employers, work environment, and certification and licensure requirements for medical assistants.

Medical Billing and Coding Training and Programs

Coding and billing are two different processes, but they are both essential. Billing utilizes the codes extracted from medical records and clinical documentation to create insurance claims and bills for patients. Coding medical records and clinical documentation involves extracting pertinent information accurately for billing purposes. A billing and coding specialist who is multi-skilled and knowledgeable in both fields is an asset to any medical practice.

According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS 2017), medical billers and coders work in a variety of medical environments. Because medical billing and coding are computer-based professions, many of them work from home. The training that they receive can be obtained online from a variety of medical billing and coding programs all across the country. Patients’ privacy must be protected regardless of where these professionals work.

Health record specialists manage and maintain a patient’s electronic health record, ensuring that the information is accurate and current. Patient, physician, and insurance professionals interact with them to provide the best medical care. Medical coding is also used to submit reimbursement claims. See more about medical billing and coding on our YouTube channel.

CompTIA® Computer Networking Credentials

A CompTIA certification is the industry standard for establishing a career in IT and is the preferred credential for technical support and IT operations positions. For IT support specialist, IT field service technician, desktop support analyst, and help desk tier 2 support positions, companies like Intel, Dell, Ricoh, Nissan, Blue Cross and Blue Shield and HP hire CompTIA certified employees.

You will make a great first impression when you apply for jobs if you have IT certifications. As a hiring tool, 96 percent of human resource managers rely on IT certifications, according to International Data Corporation (IDC).

Your CompTIA® certification can help you either start a career in IT or get promoted. As the industry standard for establishing a career in IT, technical support and IT operational roles prefer this certification.

Our students learn four core CompTIA® certifications: CompTIA IT Fundamentals, CompTIA A+, CompTIA Network+, and CompTIA Security+.

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