Medical Billing and Coding

Medical Billing and Coding

Welcome to Our Medical Billing and Coding Online Course!

Are you interested in a dynamic career in the healthcare industry? Look no further! Our 10-week Medical Billing and Coding online course offers you the opportunity to embark on a fulfilling career path with flexibility and growth potential.


Course Overview

Our comprehensive course is designed to equip you with the essential knowledge and skills needed to excel in medical billing and coding. Whether you’re a beginner or seeking to enhance your existing expertise, our self-paced curriculum allows you to learn at your convenience while receiving weekly guidance and support from experienced instructors.

Why Choose Medical Billing and Coding as a Career?

In-Demand Career

The healthcare industry is rapidly expanding, creating a high demand for skilled medical billers and coders. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, employment of medical records and health information technicians is projected to grow 8 percent from 2020 to 2030, much faster than the average for all occupations.

Flexible Work Options

Medical billers and coders have the flexibility to work in various healthcare settings, including hospitals, clinics, insurance companies, and physician offices. Additionally, many professionals in this field have the opportunity to work remotely from the comfort of their homes, offering a perfect balance of work and personal life.

Entrepreneurial Opportunities

With the knowledge gained from our course, you can even start your own medical billing and coding business. Many healthcare providers and facilities outsource their billing and coding needs, creating a niche market for skilled professionals to offer their services independently.

Competitive Salaries

As the complexity of healthcare systems increases, so does the demand for proficient medical billers and coders. According to the latest data from the American Academy of Professional Coders (AAPC), the median annual salary for certified medical coders in the United States ranges from $40,000 to $60,000, with the potential for higher earnings based on experience and specialization.

Healthcare Settings and Career Opportunities:


Physician Offices

Outpatient Clinics

Insurance Companies

Nursing Homes

Remote Work Opportunities

Entrepreneurship (Starting Your Own Billing and Coding Business)


Before enrolling in our Medical Billing and Coding online course, completion of the Medical Terminology course is required. This prerequisite ensures that students have a solid foundation in medical terminology, enhancing their understanding and performance in the billing and coding field.

To ensure a seamless learning experience, our Medical Billing and Coding online
course requires access to the following technology:

Computer or Laptop:

A reliable computer or laptop with internet access is essential for accessing course materials, participating in online lectures, and completing assignments.

Internet Connection:

A stable internet connection is necessary for streaming lectures, accessing online resources, and participating in virtual meetings with instructors.

Software Requirements:

Basic computer literacy skills are recommended, including proficiency in using word processing software, email, and web browsers. Additionally, familiarity with spreadsheet software may be beneficial for certain assignments.


Students are responsible for purchasing their own textbook, which serves as a comprehensive reference throughout the course. The recommended textbook covers essential topics in medical billing and coding, providing detailed explanations and examples to enhance learning.

Coding Manuals:

In preparation for the certification exam, students will need access to current coding manuals, such as the International Classification of Diseases (ICD) and Current Procedural Terminology (CPT) codebooks. These resources are essential for accurately assigning diagnostic and procedural codes in medical billing and coding.

Certification Exam Fee:

Upon completing the course, students have the opportunity to become certified medical billers and coders by taking the examination offered by the National Healthcareer Association (NHA). Please note that the certification exam fee is not included in the course tuition and is the responsibility of the student.

Course Materials:

Coding Manuals:

Comprehensive lecture notes and presentations covering essential topics in medical billing and coding.

Assignments and Practice Exercises:

Interactive assignments and practice exercises designed to reinforce learning and enhance practical skills.

Supplementary Resources:

Access to additional reading materials, online tutorials, and educational videos to supplement course content and facilitate deeper understanding.

Weekly Instructor Support:

Weekly virtual meetings with instructors for additional support, guidance, and clarification of course materials.