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Medical Coding Technical Certificate


Begin your coding career.

Gain the entry-level skills to start a career in coding medical records. The Medical Coding Technical Certificate will prepare you to identify diagnoses and assign the proper CPT and ICD-CM codes with a working knowledge of anatomy, physiology, clinical disease processes, pharmacology and medical terminology.

You’ll be able to work at a hospital, physician office, insurance company or extended care facility. Most employers will even let you work from home after two years in an office setting. According to the American Association for Professional Coders, the average medical coder annual salary nationwide is $47,870.

The certificate typically takes three semesters to complete.

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