Medical Office Training Courses
MEDICAL CODING FOR OUTPATIENT & INPATIENT SERVICES PART II
Complete the medical coding and billing program! The second half of this program is a 16-week course that continues teaching medical coding, which is the process of assigning formal, standardized codes to diagnoses and procedures performed or identified by physicians. Medical coders utilize medical records and patient charts to find diagnostic and procedural information that can be put into numerical codes and used by third party payers (i.e. insurance companies) for payment. In this course, students will continue learning ICD-10 coding and work with the CPT, HCPCS, and Applied PCS code sets. This course is online, and a student should plan to devote 25 to 30 hours per week to the course work.
PRE-REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED BY 5:00 P.M. A WEEK BEFORE THE CLASS START DATE.
Please Note: The student must complete all of the course modules and pass the final exam at the end of the Part II course to successfully finish the Online Medical Inpatient & Outpatient Coding program.
Successful completion of the Medical Coding for Outpatient & Inpatient Services Part I program.
Upon successful completion of the Part I course, a student will be expected to begin the Part II course within three months. If the student takes longer than three months to begin the Part II course, the student will need to start the Part I course again.INSTRUCTOR: Career Step, LLC
Refund & Enrollment Policy
The refund policy for Fayetteville Technical Community College's Continuing Education Division was established by the North Carolina Department of Community Colleges, Raleigh on October 15, 1993. The full refund policy is listed in the NC Administrative Code 23NCAC.2D.0203 (d) Brief Statement of Policy:
1. A pre-registered extension student who officially withdraws from an extension class(es) prior to the first meeting of the class (should be 24 hours prior) will be eligible for a 100 percent refund by completing an official request form.
2. The refund will be 75 percent if requested withdraws after the start of the class and prior to the census point of the class.
3. No refunds will be given after after the census point of class.
Enrollment for a course will end a several days prior to the course start date.
Course Start Date: Wednesday, January 15, 2014
Enrollment Deadline: Wednesday, January 8th, 2014
- Students cannot enroll for more than one Med Online course at the same time.
- A student must complete Part I of a course to be able to register for Part II of the course.
- Access codes and passwords for course curriculum will be sent via e-mail to students on the day the course begins.
* To maintain registration in a course, students must log on to the online medical course web site and complete the course orientation within three days of the course start date. Failure to access the web site and complete the course orientation will result in a student's removal from the course.
Computer & Course Materials Requirements
Course materials included in the student's course will be automatically sent to the registered student.
A student in the Medical Coding for Outpatient & Inpatient Services Part II course must have access to a personal computer and/or lap top computer in addition to consistent and reliable internet access.
Since the course is completely online, your computer will play an important role in your learning experience.
The Certified Professional Coder & Certified Coding Associate Certifications are valid in North Carolina and the following states.
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