Certified Professional Coder®
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Proof of education or experience isn’t necessary to sit for these exams. However, due to the level of expertise required of medical coders, AAPC expects certified coders to be able to perform not only in an exam setting but also in the real world. Those who pass the CPC exam but have not yet met this requirement will be designated as an Apprentice (CPC-A) on their certificate.
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In medical coding, a medical coder reviews medical records and translates medical procedures, diagnosis, products, supplies, and services into codes submitted to insurance carriers or government payers on a claim.
There's a huge demand for MEN & WOMEN medical coders!! Projected growth is 11% between 2018-2028 which is much faster than the average. Medical coding can be done in many locations. Medical coders work from home, in an office, hospital, coffee shop, beach house, etc. Some also work at insurance companies, schools, military and veterans affairs and software development companies just to name a few more. Most remote positions are staffed with experienced coders. Entry-level coders will need to obtain coding experience, most likely onsite, until they build coding proficiency and are able to work independently.
AAPC’s Salary Survey results show the overall average salary for healthcare business professionals. Comparing the average salaries based on years of experience, it would take 20 years for an uncertified individual to make the same salary as someone with a single AAPC credential.
Although some schools offer a two or four-year degree in medical coding, it isn't necessary to devote extensive time or expense to become a certified professional coder (CPC®). Our online training courses may be completed at your own pace, in is little as a few months.
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