High School Diploma or GED Equivalant required
The Medical Coding and Billing Program is a 3 night a week program that runs for 16-18 weeks. Our program offers training in all aspects of the billing and coding profession including medical terminology, basic medical office management, compliance and regulatory guidelines, ICD.9, ICD 10, CPT, EDI and EHR. We prepare you to pass the NHA credentialing exams which you will take upon completion of the course. You will also be qualified to sit for the CCA examination. In class we include several practice CPC exams as well which I believe should prepare you to sit for the CPC exam. The AAPC currently awards the CPC-A (apprentice) to coders who have not completed at least two years of coding in the field. Upon passing the exam you are awarded a CPC-A which is an apprentice designation. Once you have completed 2 years of coding in the field and suppled the AAPC with documentation of such your credential is changed to a CPC, http://www.aapc.com/. Our program offers the NHA exam with a CBCS credential upon completion, http://www.nhanow.com/home.aspx you will also be prepared to take the CMAA credential for the NHA if you wish.
Tuition includes book/s and lab fees Additional expenses Uniform expense (approx $35), National HealthCareer Association testing fee ($165 due at end of course).
Tuition payable by cash, check, money order, cashiers check, or paypal (fees may apply --usually about 2%)
Deposit There are only 18 seats available in this course. A $100 deposit holds seat in course until 4 weeks prior. After tuition deadline date, seats in course will be given out on a first-come, first-serve basis based to those applicants who have paid in full. Application Fee A $50 application fee must accompany deposit to hold seat in the course. Upon acceptance into the program, please submit your depoist and application fee to 911Programs at 175 Metro Center Blvd Unit 1, Warwick RI 02886. Thank you
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91Programs CTI partnered with the National Healthcareer Association (NHA) to provide you with a valuable opportunity for professional Medical Billing and Coding certification. You can also go on to pursue credentials through the American Academy of Professional Coders (AAPC).
As part of 911Programs Medical Billing and Coding course, you'll learn how to accurately code diagnoses and procedures using industry-standard coding systems, process and submit insurance claims, and follow government-mandated privacy and security regulations.
Employers are looking for medical billing and coding professionals who can: