Certified Professional Coder
A Certified Professional Coder translates a healthcare provider’s analysis and procedural phrases into codes, or alpha numeric designations. It is necessary for CPC’s to understand the health records and their content in order to conduct proper research and provide the correct coding. With five required courses, individuals will become Certified Professional Coders. Students will learn medical language, terminology, and abbreviations, the basics of biology and anatomy, and the overall guidelines for coding. The program also includes a review for the CPC exam, an Advanced Coding workshop, and a mock CPC exam. Students are eligible to take the exam, administered at Housatonic Community College, after completion of the Medical Coding courses.
This course is not currently scheduled. To find out
When this course will be offered again please contact the Continuing Education
Center at (203) 332-5057 or email at HC-ContinuingEd@hcc.commnet.edu.