Millions of health care providers, and thousands of medical practices, rely on billing codes. By learning to code correctly, you will help your practice increase its revenue and patient satisfaction . . . and make yourself more valuable in the process.
Everyone interested in learning medical billing or practice management should study to obtain the CPC credential. This credential is recognized nationally and is issued by the American Academy of Professional Coders (AAPC). Employees with a CPC credential are a critical component of a compliant and profitable medical practice, and typically earn 20% more than non-certified coders. The credential signifies mastery of the codes that represent 100% of the revenue to the physician practice through correct diagnosis (ICD-10), procedure (CPT®), and supply (HCPCS Level II) codes.
At Physicians’ Ally, we do coding consulting, but our real interest is in educating every person handling billing on effective coding techniques. Where applicable, all of our staff are certified (CPC) or pursuing their certification degrees. Physicians’ Ally founder, Marcia Brauchler holds both the AAPC-approved certification instructor (CPC-I) credential and AAPC’s hospital certification (COC).
For those just starting, or considering a career in billing, our coding class provides the basic explanations and overview you’ll need in order to become an expert. You will learn not just what to do, but why to do it, so that you can continue to learn and grow on the job—and be a strong performer from your very first day.
For those with coding experience, our class covers far more than the typical coding certification class. We will fill in the gaps in your coding knowledge, making you even more indispensable to the physicians in your practice.
The AAPC and others offer a base curriculum designed to pass the exam. Our class goes far beyond. Physicians’ Ally has spent hundreds of hours improving the base curriculum and creating content that prepares you for a successful real-world career, not only to pass a test. Multiple specialty physicians have reviewed the curriculum in detail and have taught several of the modules.
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