Insurance training courses and schoolsTotal 482 training course(s)/program(s) at schools in United States.
Insurance Professional programs, certificates, diplomas and degrees
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ORSA Implementation for American Insurers WorkshopCourse Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment V
This seminar features case study style sessions on some of the most challenging aspects of ORSA. Speakers from across the Insurance industry will draw on their experiences of implementing ORSA and provide attendees with guidance on good practices.
The first day of the course will be delivered by Bogie Ozdemir who is currently CEO and Executive Vice President at Canadian Western Bank having formerly been responsible for ORSA at Sunlife Financial, Canada. The talks on day two will be delivered by practitioners from across the Insurance industry.
- Gain a thorough understanding of the NAIC guidance.
- Learn how to build a practical implementation plan.
- Utilising existing resources and capabilities to support ORSA implementation - Ability to carry out risk/economic capital estimations under ORSA.
- Understanding of the business benefits of implementing ORSA.
- Rounded knowledge of the challenges faced by each bus... [Read More]
MEDICAL INSURANCECourse Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment
This course provides the students with knowledge of the basic fundamentals of ICD-9 and CPT coding,
managed-care contracts, reimbursement procedures, and insurance referrals for the health care industry.
Medical Coding & Insurance Billing (Certificate)Course Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment V
The Medical Billing &, Insurance Coding Training Program at California Healing Arts College provides theoretical and practical training in fundamental electronic coding and insurance billing skills that are essential to the modern-day medical office. You will learn all about common medical procedures that are performed in the average medical office, and how to properly and effectively code and bill for those medical procedures to assure prompt insurance reimbursement. Doctors prefer to focus upon diagnosing and treating patients, so when you become a successful medical coding and insurance billing professional, you will also become an essential and valued member of the medical office team.
The MCB program prepares students for an entry-level position as a medical biller. Students will be exposed to billing forms, eligibility guidelines for Medicare, Medicaid/Medi-Cal, and billing procedures for dental care, Tricare, Blue Shield/Blue Cross, and Workersâ€?Compens... [Read More]
Insurance PlanningCourse Format: Online / Virtual Classroom / Webinar V
â€˘CFP Board&,#146,s Code of Ethics and Professional Responsibility
â€˘CFP Board&,#146,s Financial Planning Practice Standards
â€˘Personal financial statements
â€˘Introduction to the financial planning process
â€˘Regulatory and ethical considerations for financial planners
â€˘The time value of money
â€˘The insurance industry
â€˘Risk management and related legal issues
â€˘Life insurance and annuities
â€˘Life insurance selection process
â€˘Health care plans
â€˘Disability income and long-term care insurance
â€˘Property and liability insurance
DePaul UniversityTraining Center/Campus:
Chicago, Illinois, United StatesPhone No.:
HEALTH INSURANCE & BENEFITSCourse Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment V
This course is a primer on healthcare insurance and benefits programs in the United States. Emphasis will be placed on employer group plans through which most American gain access to the healthcare delivery system and receive assistance with the cost of their medical expenses. We will survey the demand for healthcare, the regulatory environment, and the predominant public and private sector health insurance programs. The challenges and perspectives of providers, insurers, and employers will be discussed, as will important ethical considerations. The course will also review benefit programs typically provided through employers with an emphasis on group medical plans, including plan types, design, effectiveness, and the development of premium rates. It will conclude with discussions of the latest healthcare reform developments and trends defining the future of the healthcare system.
INSURANCE LAWCourse Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment V
Provides a comprehensive overview of the basic principles of insurance law, including: a review of how the business of insurance has developed to meet contemporary business and consumer needs, the significance of insurance in modern business, and the importance of insurance and insurance law in the practice of law. Reviews the ways in which legislators, regulators and the courts have intervened in the operations of the insurance marketplace, the purposes of such interventions, and whether such purposes have been served.
Life and Health InsuranceCourse Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment
Types, uses, and evaluation of life and health insurance. Economics of the industry. Regulation and taxation.
Property and Liability InsuranceCourse Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment
Using property and liability insurance to manage risk. Topics may include fire, marine, consequential loss, crime, title, automobile, and workers&,#146, compensation insurance.
Compensation InsuranceCourse Format: Online / Virtual Classroom / Webinar V
Effective, healthy workplaces establish programs to help ensure that workers operate in a safe manner that minimizes injuries. No matter how safe a workplace may be, there is always a risk that someone may suffer a work-related injury or illness. When this occurs, workers are protected from high medical bills and lost wages through a system of state and federal workersâ€?compensation programs, this course discusses those programs.
At the conclusion of this course, learners will be able to:
â€˘Describe workersâ€?compensation in the United States
â€˘List methods used to ensure workers are compensated for injury
â€˘State the pros and cons of workersâ€?compensation programs
â€˘Explain how workersâ€?compensation fraud occurs
â€˘Describe how to find state-specific workersâ€?compensation resources
Medical Billing and ReimbursementCourse Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment
Health insurance and reimbursement in various health care settings. Includes application of coding skills to prepare insurance forms for submission to third party payers.
Health Information TechnologyCourse Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment V
To effectively meet student goals for working administrative jobs in the healthcare employment sector, MCC Computer Technology Institute staff has developed a program so that employer needs are met. Only by meeting employer demand can student aspirations be met.
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â€˘Medical insurances companies
â€˘Third party reimbursement organization
Job titles may include:
â€˘Medical billing clerks
â€˘Data entry clerks(medical industry focus)
â€˘Medical office management assistants
â€˘Schedulers and business office support professionals in finance, human resources or information technology of hospitals and related medical businesses
Risk Management and InsuranceCourse Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment V
This course is designed to provide the student with an introduction to risk and methods of insurance. The objective of this course is to enable the student to develop an understanding of the many types of exposure to loss, the alternative methods of treating such exposures, and the role of insurance in personal and business affairs. Consideration is given to the legal framework surrounding the insurance mechanism. In addition, the regulation of insurance is discussed.
Medical Insurance Billing (Certificate)Course Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment V
This program will teach you how to prepare, submit and process insurance claims for doctorsâ€?offices, hospitals, extended care facilities, diagnostic centers, insurance companies and other health-related facilities. You will learn the correct terminology for diseases, symptoms, diagnostic treatment and surgical procedures, how to gauge the susceptibility of the patient, the nature of the disease agent and the chain of infection, identify the components of the revenue cycle, define revenue cycle management, explain health care compliance issues, and perform other important tasks related to your job.
Upon receiving your proficiency certificate, you may enter the workforce, or your courses may be applied to the Patient Service Representative, Health Services Management or Culture, Science and Technology associate&,#146,s degree programs at the College, as well as transfer to a four-year college.
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Business Insurance and Estate PlanningCourse Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment V
This course presents an analysis of overall private wealth management. This includes planning for disposition of closely-held business interests, the impact of income taxes and other transfer costs on business interests and other assets, integration of life insurance, disability insurance, medical benefits, and long-term care insurance in the financial plan, planning for concentrated asset (e.g., common stock) positions, diversification techniques, and asset allocation strategies, distribution of retirement assets, lifetime giving and estate planning, and analysis of current developments in the creation, conservation, and distribution of estates. Attention also is given to various executive compensation techniques (including restricted stock and stock options) and planning for various employee benefits. The course also covers sophisticated charitable giving techniques and methods for financing education expenses. Readings consist of textbook, case studies, and bulk pack artic... [Read More]
Insurance and Risk Management (Master Degree)Course Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment V
Focus: Examines the techniques corporations, organizations, and individuals use to reduce the potential financial losses arising from exposure to risk. These techniques range from traditional insurance products to current advances in corporate and insurer risk management. Topics include risk and insurance regulation, global risk management, estate planning, and related public policy initiatives.
Healthcare Finance and InsuranceCourse Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment V
This seminar provides a set of technical skills and knowledge base for the analysis of healthcare financing in different countries. It is designed to be of use to those working: in Ministries of Health, Ministries of Finance, or private insurance companies around the globe, in the economics and marketing departments of international pharmaceutical companies, or on the staff of international agencies. There will be a series of short assignments, two papers, and an exam. It is anticipated that some students will use the assignments as a starting point for their dissertation proposals.
Property and Liability InsuranceCourse Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment V
Provides a graduate level introduction to the property-liability insurance industry. Attention given to structure of marketplace, regulatory framework, and relationship between the property-liability insurance industry and the firms which it protects. Discusses issues effecting the industry from an economic, legal, and public policy. Applications include product liability, environmental impairment liability, and worker&,#146,s compensation issues.
Life and Health Insurance and Employee BenefitsCourse Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment V
Analysis of the major areas in non-pension employee benefits. Reviews overall considerations in employee benefit design including federal and state regulation, group insurance and the group insurance technique, sources of healthcare benefits, HMOs, PPOs, managed care systems and disability income benefits. Considers flexible benefits plans and funding considerations. Income tax implications and healthcare cost containment issues are also examined. Group and individual life insurance theory and practice and their use in employee benefits plans.
Risk Management and Insurance (Master Degree)Course Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment V
The 30-credit curriculum is designed to provide a comprehensive overview of the various disciplines that make up the Enterprise Risk Management paradigm.
Each course will be provided online, employing synchronous and asynchronous tools. Courses will be offered in sequence over a fourteen month period. One course will be scheduled each month over a two or four week period depending on whether it is a 1.5 or 3.0 credit course. Time will be allotted to finish projects and transition to the next course. No courses will be scheduled in June or December.
The program requires two residencies, the first residency taking place in September 2014 including the orientation, a seminar on Enterprise Risk Management and Emerging Risks, and culminating with a 1.5 credit module course delivered on main campus. The second residency will take place in October or November 2015, which is the case competition to complete the capstone course. The case competition will be judge... [Read More]
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