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Work from Home
Medical coders can work in an office, hospital, or other facility, but many work from home.
Medical coders earn an average salary of $40,350 a year, according to the U.S. Department of Labor.
Medical coders are a critical part of the healthcare industry and are always in demand.
Build a stable career from home.
If you’re looking to make a career change, or just earn extra income from home, medical coding is a compelling option. Medical Coders play a vital role within the healthcare industry by connecting the healthcare professional to the reimbursement of the insurance industry. It’s a job that has lots of room for advancement.
Full-time & Part-time Programs
Students can choose from a 20-week full-time training program or a 40-week part-time program.
Our comprehensive 240-hour program consists of lively, instructor-led, interactive virtual classrooms.
Our program is designed to prepare students to sit for the American Academy of Professional Coders CPC exam.
A certificate of program completion will be awarded after successful completion of the program.
The medical coder training program consists of 240 hours of virtual classroom instruction you can complete from anywhere.
Anatomy & Medical Terminology for Coding
A basic understanding of the structure, function, and interrelated tasks of body systems and organs as well as associated disease processes all in the context of CPT coding.
Provides a solid foundation on basic principles behind the three coding classifications – CPT, HCPCS, and ICD-10CM codes. The course will offer insight into the coding conventions, guidelines, and the interactive relationship between coding and reimbursement.
Develops a stronger working knowledge of coding in complex areas such as surgery, interventional radiology, diagnostic procedures, and evaluation and management services. Prepares students for the American Academy of Professional Coders CPC examination.
Prepares students for their career as a medical coder. Resume preparation and mock interviews will assist in exposing the student to scenarios and interactive discussions that are specific to their chosen field.
18 Years of Age
All applicants must be at least 18 years of age to apply.
High School Diploma or GED
Applicants must present proof of secondary education completion.
Applicants must meet testing requirements in-person or online.
Applicants must complete an interview with an admissions counselor.