This comprehensive, on-demand course is designed to prepare students to become a nationally certified professional coder. This course is designed specifically to help coders thrive in a Federally Qualified Health Center environment.
This course covers ICD-10-CM and Current Procedural Terminology (CPT) material and includes in-depth lessons on medical terminology and anatomy. CCEP also emphasizes appropriate use of references and coding tools, payer/reimbursement issues, as well as compliance and ethics issues.
Anyone preparing for medical coding certification exams through AHIMA (CCS-P) or AAPC (CPC).
Class size will be limited to 25 students per session. Multiple sessions will be offered throughout the year depending on registration interest. A minimum of 7 registrants will be needed to open a new session and dependent on availability of instructors to facilitate the course.
• CPT/HCPCS Coding and Training
• ICD-10-CM Coding and Training
• FQHC Coding, Reimbursement and Quality Measures
• Compliance Training
CCEP is a self-paced learning environment supported with live learning sessions. Lessons include in-depth learning, case studies, homework, quizzes & tests, review sessions, and individualized student consultations for exam readiness.
General understanding of medical terminology, human anatomy and physiology
$2,195 Standard Fee* | $1,895 FQHC Pricing*
*fees do not include required learning materials, or national certification exam fees
A competitive and need-based scholarship program is offered. Please click here or email [email protected] for more details.