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A coder is a non-clinical health care professional who reviews medical record documentation to abstract diagnoses and procedures documented by the healthcare provider, who then uses coding manuals (CPT, ICD-10-CM and HCPCS) to translate this information into code numbers.
According to the American Academy of Professional Coders (AAPC), the yearly average salary is based on the credentials you hold: one credential is $51,477; two credentials is $57,656; and three or more credentials is $66,659. To see what the annual medical coding salary is for you, click here to calculate your average medical coding salary you’d make, based on your credential, demographic, and job responsibility.
A medical biller is a non-clinical health care professional who maintains all aspects of the revenue from patient to payment and understands payer requirements, healthcare provider reimbursement may be compromised.
According to the American Academy of Professional Coders (AAPC), the yearly average salary is based on the credentials you hold. To review the most recent salary survey, click here to calculate the average salary you’d make, based on your credential, demographic, and job responsibility.
Dr. Lisa L. Campbell, PhD is an approved education provider through the American Academy of Professional Coders (AAPC). Visit the AAPC’s website: https://www.aapc.com/training/medical-coding-training.aspx
The Jasmine L. Winston Foundation does not award CEUs for credential preparation, review courses or any of our educational programs,
We do not participate in the federal financial aid program
To ensure that you have the correct coding manuals on the day of your exam, visit the AHIMA certification program: https://www.ahima.org/certification-careers/certification-exams
Registration is completed via our website and we accept Visa, Master Card
Medical Coding programs students typically spend 20 hours per week reading and completing weekly homework/quizzes.
Medical Billing program students typically spend 10 hours per week reading and completing weekly homework/quizzes.
Due to COVID-19 our classes are being held virtually
No, live classes are not recorded.
At this time we are only able to work with students located in the United States due to shipping costs and the difference in time zones.
Exams are taken at a Pearson Vue testing center, to locate a testing center near you visit: https://home.pearsonvue.com/ahima
Exams are proctored by AAPC staff, approved AAPC instructors, and local chapter officers.