Genesee Course Listing
Official Course Information
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Office Technology/Secretarial Courses:
OFT101 - Keyboarding
Catalog Description: Develops personal computer and keyboarding skills through an individual program of instruction using computer software, including frequent drills to increase speed and accuracy. Introduces simple letters, tabulations, vertical and horizontal centering, and one-page reports. Requires a minimum level of proficiency of 35 words per minute (wpm).
OFT102 - Intermediate Keyboarding
Catalog Description: Increases keyboarding techniques. Includes production using word processing software of two-page letters, two-page reports, two-page memos, tables, envelopes, and mail merges. Requires a minimum level of proficiency of 45 words per minute (wpm). Prerequisite: OFT101.
OFT116 - Medical Terminology
Catalog Description: Analyzes and applies comprehensive study of medical word to the continual learning of new terminology. Includes root words, prefixes, suffixes, and emphasis on the newly learned words in a variety of exercise formats. Medical terminology skills may be applied to various allied health fields.
OFT135 - Medical Forms and Billing
Catalog Description: Emphasize the role of computers in health insurance using computerized patient accounting software. Students will be introduced to medical billing, insurance terminology, and the preparation of insurance claims. Software will simulate medical office situation which includes patient information input, billing operations, and document production. Prerequisite or corequisite: OFT116.
OFT150 - Intro to Health Insurance
Catalog Description: This course will introduce students to the history of health insurance, the legal and ethical side of health insurance, and the types of health insurance. Topics will include the claims process, HIPPA, and reimbursement.
OFT155 - Medical Coding I (CPT)
Catalog Description: Students are introduced to procedural coding using the American Association’s Current Procedural Terminology (CPT) and Healthcare Common Procedure Coding System (HCPCS) coding systems. Students will learn how the CPT and HCPS coding procedures interact with medical billing in office and hospital settings. Prerequisites: OFT116. Additional courses are required in order to be certified as a Medical Coder.
OFT210 - Medical Transcription
Catalog Description: Builds the skills necessary to produce accurate medical records and correspondence from dictated materials. Emphasizes punctuation, spelling, grammar, medical vocabulary, and efficiency. Prerequisites: OFT116 and OFT101.
OFT244 - Medical Office Procedures
Catalog Description: Examines responsibilities and duties of the medical office assistant through the use of projects and simulations that include medical law and ethics, preparation of records and records management, telephone procedures and appointment scheduling, health insurance and billing, office management, professional reports, and medical meetings.
OFT255 - Medical Coding II (ICD 10)
Catalog Description: Students are introduced to diagnostic coding with emphasize on the International Classification of Diseases (ICD-10) classification system. Students will learn how the diagnostic coding procedures, interact with medical reimbursement and office operations. Prerequisite: OFT116.