Why Choose Coding Education?
Today's demand for certified professional coders (CPCs) is growing as many jobs in the coding and billing field now require certification. To help meet this demand, I, Nancy Enos, FACMPE, CPC-I, CPMA, CEMC am again offering a 12-week preparatory course in medical coding. Mike Enos, CPC, CPMA, CEMC will also assist with the course.
Health care professionals involved in coding, compliance, billing, administration and reimbursement aspects of medicine should be certified as part of your corporate compliance program.
If you have a question about a course, please email Nancy Enos
FACMPE, CPC-I, CPMA, CEMC
CPC Course Information
Tuition: Registration for a CPC course is $2,000 per student and includes CPC student textbook, workbooks, one-year membership in the AAPC and CPC certification exam.
Fees will be paid to AAPC for the workbooks, membership and CPC exam. Nancy Enos does not assume any liability for AAPC products, curriculum or exam.
Course Expectations: This fast-paced study program will challenge medical billing and coding professionals to raise the bar and reach new levels of understanding. Weekly 5-hour classes with 10-15 hours of homework/study time each week will prepare the student for CPC certification.
CPC Preview/Review Course information
This 4 session course will offer students who are registered for the course an opportunity to preview the materials and be prepared to succeed in their certification course! The 4 modules include 1) Anatomy and Terminology 2) CPT Guidelines 3) Test taking techniques and study tips and 4) ICD-9 Overview.
Who should enroll? Students preparing for the CPC Course may take this course FREE OF CHARGE. Students who have taken the CPC course and need a refresher before taking the CPC exam may enroll at a discount fee of $199. Regular tuition is $299. This course offers 10 CEU's.
E/M Seminar Information
Students will prepare for the Certified Evaluation and Management Coder Exam. AAPC's CEMC Exam includes 50 notes. This new preparatory class will focus on actual chart notes to audit with intensive hands on practical training. Students will review the E/M Key Components of History, Exam (both 1995 and 1997 Marshfield Clinic Guidelines) and audit notes in class to reinforce each of the Key Components.
Tuition: Registration for the two day seminar is $800 and does not include payment and registration for the optional CEMC exam. Candidates do not have to be CPC certified, and can register for the CEMC exam 30 days before the exam date on the AAPC website. A $400 deposit will be required upon registration for the seminar. Tuition includes a workbook and practice exam. Students are expected to bring an up to date CPT and ICD-9 Manual.
Fees will be paid to AAPC for the workbook and practice exam. Nancy Enos does not assume any liability for AAPC products, curriculum or exam.
Course expectations: This hands-on workshop will give the student an understanding of the chart auditing process, with hands on practice to prepare for the CEMC examination.
Kent and Women & Infants PHO members will be given a 10% discount when enrolling in a course.
Kent County Memorial Hospital - Trowbridge Building
10 Health Lane, Warwick, RI 02886
Care New England
3000 Richmond Street, Providence, RI 02903
General Information for all Courses and Seminars
Who should enroll? Health care professionals involved in coding, compliance, billing, administration and reimbursement aspects of medicine should be certified as part of your corporate compliance program.
Texts Required: 2013 CPT Professional or Standard Edition, 2013 ICD-9-CM and 2013 HCPCS manual. Medical dictionary is helpful. Attain AAPC Certification: Students may sit for the AAPC current certified professional coder (CPC) examination at the conclusion of the course. Tuition includes 2 opportunities to sit for all exams.
Specialty Webinars and Seminars
If your practice, organization or AAPC Chapter is seeking web based learning opportunities on specific specialty topics, contact Nancy to arrange a web based seminar or series.