Healthcare Coding Certificate
The Healthcare Coding Certificate program of study prepares individuals for employment in coding positions including; physician offices, hospitals, outpatient surgery facilities, health departments and other areas where diagnosis and procedures are coded utilizing ICD-10 and CPT for reimbursement and reporting purposes. The courses in this program are offered online with the exception of Anatomy & Physiology.
Completion of this Healthcare Coding Certificate program will prepare students to sit for the Certified Physician Coding (CPC) offered through AAPC and the American Health Information Management Association’s (AHIMA) Certified Coding Associate (CCA).
Students must demonstrate proficiencies in reading, English and computer literacy through required/recommended courses. All courses with the ALHT prefix are offered online ONLY. Courses may be sequenced in a specific order to meet individual course pre-requisite requirements. Pre-requisites for the courses are noted in the college catalog and the HIT handbook. Contact the program director for further details on online course offerings and recommended course sequence.
The current program sheet can be found here.
How to Enroll
HIT Application and Immunizations Forms
HIT Program Handbook & Program Information
Healthcare Coding Brochure
Financial Aid Facts
AHIMA Student Recruitment
For more information contact:
Director of Health Information Technology