Medical Professional Medical Coding Overview

Medical Professional Medical Coding

Program overview:

  • 12-Month Diploma option or a 17-Month Associate Degree Program
  • Day or Evening Class Times
  • Graduates of either program will be a member of the American Association of Professional Coders (AAPC), and will be eligible to sit for the Certified Professional Coder exam (CPC)

Medical Coding can lead you to many great career opportunities! Being a Medical Coder will allow you to work behind the scenes in the healthcare industry, or even in a management role!

Medical coding professionals play a vital role across the healthcare industry!

Each time a patient receives treatment, a detailed record is maintained. Coders are then responsible for assigning a code(s) to each specific diagnosis or procedure and ensuring that the information is communicated clearly, accurately and efficiently between healthcare providers and insurance payors.

In the Medical Coding program-students will learn about the business side of healthcare, the human body and its diseases and cover ICD-10-CM coding, Healthcare Common Procedure Coding System (HCPCS), and Current Procedural Terminology (CPT) coding.

Career Choices

  • Physician offices
  • Hospitals
  • Urgent/Immediate care centers
  • Insurance companies
  • Physician billing services

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Classes are enrolling now! If you’re interested in this program or would like more information about ATA, please contact us online or call 502-371-8383 for more information.

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