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Why Choose a Career as a Medical Coding Specialist?


Medical coding ranks third on the U.S. News and World Report’s list of Best Jobs Without A College Degree. Besides a competitive salary that towers over the investment to become a coding specialist, the profession ranks high for employment and career advancement opportunities, as well as work-life balance and the potential to work from home.

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Medical Coding Salary

The average annual salary for a medical coder is Rs.25000— . Your earning potential rises to Rs.15000 when you add another certification demonstrating broader coding expertise. With three credentials, you can expect to earn upwards of Rs.10000 per year.

Favorable Job Prospects

The demand for medical coders is at a historic high. Fueled by the healthcare needs of an aging population, the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics lists medical coding among the 20 fastest growing occupations. Job opportunities for professional coders are projected to grow 18.2% by 2028.

Work from Home

A growing number of healthcare organizations outsource their coding and billing, giving certified professionals the opportunity to work remotely. According to AAPC’s 2019 Medical Coding Salary Survey, 33.8% of respondents work from the convenience and comfort of home.

This online course teaches fundamental medical coding skills for professional services (physicians, mid-level providers, etc) and prepares the student to take AAPC’s CPC exam. The course is designed to be completed in 4 months, however AAPC allows for an additional 2 months grace period, giving you a full 6 months access from date of purchase. Apart from reading & study time, this course includes approximately 80 clock hours of contact work.

The course covers CPT, HCPCS and ICD-10-CM coding. Assures a broad knowledge in reviewing and assigning the correct procedure and diagnosis codes for professional (physician) services

 

By enrolling in the live training, students commit to following:

  • Functioning high-speed internet
  • Discipline to keep up with the chapters and attend every session possible
  • Medical Terminology and Anatomy are recommended prerequisites for students who are new to the healthcare industry
  • 18-20 hours of study per week
  • Hunger to learn and motivation to excel
 

 

This online course teaches fundamental medical coding skills for an inpatient facility setting and prepares the student to take AAPC’s CIC exam. The course is designed to be completed in 2 months,  . Apart from reading & study time, this course includes approximately 80  hours of  training.

The course covers ICD-10-CM, and ICD-10-PCS coding and assures a broad knowledge in reviewing and assigning the correct procedure and diagnosis codes for inpatient facility services

 

By enrolling in the live training, students commit to following:

  • Functioning high-speed internet
  • Discipline to keep up with the chapters and attend every session possible
  • Medical Terminology and Anatomy are recommended prerequisites for students who are new to the healthcare industry
  • 18-20 hours of study per week
  • Hunger to learn and motivation to exceed 

 

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The CCS certification is a natural progression for professionals experienced in coding inpatient and outpatient records. Coding specialists create coded data used by hospitals and medical providers to obtain reimbursement from insurance companies or government programs such as Medicare and Medicaid. Researchers and public health officials also use this data to monitor patterns and explore new interventions. 

CCSs: 

  • Review patients’ records and assign numeric codes for each diagnosis and procedure. 
  • Possess expertise in the ICD-10-CM and CPT® coding systems. 
  • Are versed in medical terminology, disease processes, and pharmacology concept.  

 

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 Getting an E&M certification will give you opportunities to move up in your career and make you more marketable to current and potential employers.  The people who are currently in the medical field and who want to have insight into difficult E&M coding procedure, as well as the option to discuss real-world examples of tried-and-true tactics in order to gain the knowledge and skills to be an expert at E&M. understand the specific rules and regulations with E&M codes (practice managers, compliance officers, nurses, providers, physician assistants, medical assistants, etc.).  

 

  • Clinical Documentation Improvement (CDI), ICD-10, and E&M are so important.
  • E&M modifiers every practice should know, as well as correct use of modifiers when a procedure is done the same day as an E&M service.
  •  Break down E/M leveling into easy step
  • Show specialty-specific documentation for E/M in multiple specialties  
  • Understanding Place of Service rules.
  • A review of the top OIG risk areas for 2020.
  • How to develop a workflow that ensures complete and compliant documentation, as well as effective techniques for communication with physicians.
 

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FAQ

 
AAPC, formerly known as the American Academy of Professional Coders, describes medical coding as “the transformation of healthcare diagnosis, procedures, medical services and equipment into universal medical alphanumeric codes.” The codes are from transcription of physician’s notes, laboratory and radiologic results
Medical coding is highly in demand- The statistics show employers looking for medical coders and healthcare technicians is much more than any other sectors. Graduates opting to study this vocation stand a big chance of landing into a good job in a reputed company
 
  • Certified Professional Coder (CPC) credential from the AAPC. 
  • Certified Coding Specialist (CCS) credential from the AHIMA
  • Certified Coding Specialist – Physician-based (CCS-P).
YES, In addition to working at homemedical coders work  primarily in hospitals, physician’s offices, administrative and support services, scientific and technical services, and skilled nursing facilities.
 
According to over 1,800 reported salaries on Indeed, the average income for an entry-level medical coding job is Rs.3,60,000 per year. This number is higher than the average income in the India

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