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 on to discover the answer.
How We Designed the 3-Day Course
It took me years to get this course ready for both types of my audience. I had I always have people who are already in the in the industry need help to pass the board exam, but I also have people in the course that have no prior experience, no prior knowledge. This course this didn’t it didn’t happen overnight. I had a take hundreds of trips around the world to get it right, but it was necessary to turn this course into what it is today.
You’re going to have a tough time believing this, but it’s true. In a 30-hour timeframe — three days — I’m going to be downloading into your brains what it took me over 20 years to learn. So, yes, it’s perfect for a person who’s already in the field needing to pass that board exam and yet it was designed for someone who has zero experience and no prior knowledge.
Wait, Isn’t a Longer Course Better?
If you’re thinking, “Well I just I just need a longer course,” then this is something that’ll make you eat your words about later. What I’m trying to say is in a 30-hour timeframe — three days — I am going to be downloading into your brains a wealth of information what it took me over 20 years to learn! It is perfect for a person who is already in the field needing to pass that board exam and yet it was designed specifically for someone who has zero experience and no prior knowledge.
Medical Coding Success Stories
This compels me to remember some recent students that had completed the course:
- One was a young lady that was dog sitting and took the three-day course and passed her exam and is now a medical coder.
- Another gentleman was working in the Social Security office, took the three-day course is now a medical coder.
- A young woman that was working at the bank at the front desk of the bank and is now a medical coder.
All of them took a three-day course, passed on their first try and they’re all working in the dynamic industry of medical coding. Then there’s another young lady whose story really blows everyone away for the sheer fact that she was 19 years old. I met her when she was 19 and she was so determined, so hungry to have the same exact acronyms back behind her name that I did as her teacher. She came in and took that CPC course, turned around took the COC course, took the board exam, came back, took the seat PMA came back took the IC 10 and literally passed all those exams on her first try! I want to say she did all of this in less than a nine-month period and here she was, now 20 years old and she had the same number of acronyms behind her name that I did and I was twice her age.
How You Can Be a Successful Medical Coder
These success stories have opened the floodgates for hundreds and thousands of new opportunities. Look at the testimonials you’ll find all over this website and you’ll notice they’re not one-liners. They are not single sentences. They’re paragraphs, multiple paragraphs, telling you what they thought of the class of how it is that it changed their lives and set them on true career paths.
For the undecided out there, this is an extraordinary opportunity for you to change your life. Step out
Editor’s note: This post was originally published in February 2019. It has been revamped and updated for accuracy and clarity.