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Working as a Medical Billing and Coding Professional.

Professionals in the medical coding and billing field transform medical records into standardized codes for patients and other third-party payers at healthcare facilities (such as clinics, hospitals, physician’s offices, sizeable coding outsourcing companies, and insurance companies). The raging demand for medical coding and billing professionals in the job market is said to increase by 13% by 2026 (US Department of Labor, Bureau of Labor Statistics) to code patient’s records. They can earn $52,000 on average over a year with one credential.

Program Modules and Approximate Completion Hours

The medical coding and billing program will train you in the use of codes including HCPCS, CPT, and ICD-10, including the optional PCS procedural code set. You are expected to spend a total of 390 credit hours for the completion of this course. You can additionally choose to invest in 55 optional credit hours for ICD-10-PCS Foundations if you wish to appear for the CCA exam offered by AHIMA.

Learning Objectives

The training program has been developed by AHIMA-Approved ICD trainers and experts with decades worth of experience in the medical coding and billing field. The design ensures that each student gains the skills needed to earn industry credentials and is able to practice right after completion. The program breakdown is as follows:

You can now learn at home using the online training format that matches your pace of learning and conveniently fits your schedule. Throughout the course, you can enjoy flexibility in terms of time and effort spent toward your coursework and begin work immediately upon completion.

Why Elite Career College and partner CareerStep?

We’ve got an entire team of Advocates, Instructors, and Distinguished Learners—all dedicated to providing the guidance, support, and resources you need to complete your program at your own pace and on your own terms. Onboarding & Goal Setting, On-Call Assistance, Technical Support, Learner Groups, Course Instructor Guidance, Advocate Support, Discussion Boards, Career Pathing. Top-notch career training is only half the battle. You’ve got the knowledge and you’ve got the skills. Now for the tough part: You need a job. We provide several career resources designed to help you get your foot in the door, make an unforgettable first impression, and potentially get hired.

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