Our 10 Most Popular Blog Posts from 2019
Don’t look now, but we’re quickly approaching the end of 2019. In honor of the New Year, let’s take a look back at some of our top blog posts from the past year. It was the first year we started blogging as a company, so there were definitely some highlights.
Here are the Top 10, based on popularity:
Many of you were interested in seeing how much medical coders earn. With the new survey results, we broke down the estimated salary for each type of certification we offer (as well as specialty and multiple certifications).
If you’re new to us, you may be wondering if the medical courses we offer (like the three-day course) are geared toward someone who has zero prior knowledge or even no background in medical coding. It’s a common question that we receive; read this post to discover the answer.
Should you get a certification or degree? It’s one of the first questions prospective medical coders ask. Our head instructor and founder, Mrs. Delissa Ortega, breaks the answer down in this popular post.
This was a preview post before we announced the implementation of Medical Coding Academy Online! The industry has never had anything like this before, so it was a huge deal.
Our first-ever post was on January 12, 2019. Thanks for reading and making this blog possible!
In addition to tips, advice and insight, we publish news on our blog as well. This includes updates to the Medical Coding Academy Calendar, such as when we add new course dates.
A multi-part blog series, this post covers the basics of medical coding and billing. If you’re interested in learning what they’re all about, this post is for you.
Your only option for medical coding used to be an 18-week course at a college. Now, you have weekend courses and an online course available, thanks to Medical Coding Academy.
Fear of the unknown? You won’t have it with our medical coding certification courses, as this post covers five things you can expect when you take one.
Finally, our Top 10 list rounds out with several success stories from our past students. See what they experienced and where they are today with this inspiring post.
There you have it! We look forward to another year of great blogging in 2020, so stay tuned and be sure to subscribe for the latest medical coding news and insights.