This certificate offers the knowledge required for entry level medical coding positions in a physician’s practice, hospital, rehabilitation center, skilled nursing facility or other healthcare setting. The medical coding profession is growing both in size and importance to medical and health services.
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- High school diploma or General Education Diploma (GED)
- Demonstration of ability to perform college work: successful completion (grade of C or higher) of at least six (6) credits of college-level work at Thomas Jefferson University or another accredited institution of higher education.
- Demonstration of satisfactory computer skills (competency equivalent to introductory college-level computer course). Note: Students who do not meet minimum computer proficiency will be required to complete CMST 101: Essentials of Computing.
|GNST 120 Comprehensive Medical Terminology||4|
|CODP 200 Structure and Function of Human Body||3|
|CODP 201 Human Disease and Treatment||2|
|CODP 202 ICD-10-CM||2|
|CODP 203 CPT Coding Concepts||2|
|CODP 204 Application of CPT Coding||2|
|CODP 205 ICD-10 PCS||2|
|CODP 206 ICD-10 Principles/Applications||1|
Students enrolling in this certificate program are not eligible for financial aid.