Medical Coding - A right choice for Life Science and Para Medical graduate

AAPC or AHIMA Certified Medical Coders have a great career opportunity in India, UAE, Philippines, Canada and various other countries..

Medical Coders with experience and certifications are highly paid compared to other life science and paramedical jobs. The performance of a Medical Coder based on skills, knowledge and accuracy is continuously monitored for improvement and quality. This monitoring ensures the career growth which is directly proportional to the performance without any malpractice. If the Medical Coder is highly efficient and dedicated and has good communication skills then he or she can climb the corporate ladder rapidly..

Medical Coders with experience and certifications are highly paid compared to other life science and paramedical jobs.

ICD 9 CM is International Classification of Diseases 9th Revision Clinical Modification which is useful for coding diagnosis and problems related to patient for which they require healthcare services

CPT 4 is Current Procedural Terminology fourth edition used for coding procedures and services performed by the healthcare providers like physicians and surgeons to treat or diagnose the problems related to patients.

HCPCS is Healthcare Common Procedural Coding System used for coding medical equipments, devices, ambulance, surgical trays, wheelchairs etc.

For Fresher’s Coding Certification is provided to individuals successfully completing Medical Coding Training Program from AMTI after attending 2 month to 3 month of Training sessions.

American Association of Professional Coders (AAPC)( http://www.aapc.com/certification) provides CPC, CPC-H certification for experienced medical coders and American Health Information Management Association (AHIMA) provides CCA, CCS and CCS-P certification to experienced coders. Both certification exams can be taken online after attending 3 month of Medical Coding and Billing Program provided by AMTI. Placement is provided to All Certified Candidates Successfully Completing the training program. AMTI Certified Candidates are placed in Leading US Healthcare MNCs across the country & Abroad.

AMTI Certified candidates are eligible for placement in any healthcare BPOs in Medical Coding domain. AAPC's medical coding certifications are nationally recognized by employers, physician societies, and government organizations such as the Canter for Medicare and Medicaid (CMS). According to the Bureau of Labour Statistics, most employers prefer to hire credentialed medical coders. Additionally, certified coders earn more than non-credentialed coders.

AAPC medical coding certifications are a must for anyone interested in pursuing a career in medical coding and billing.

Certified Professional Coder (CPC®)

Outpatient Physician Office Credential

The CPC® credential validates proficiency in the correct application of CPT®, HCPCS Level II procedure and supply codes, and ICD-9-CM diagnosis codes used for coding and billing for medical claims in a physician's office.

Certified Professional Coder – Outpatient Hospital (CPC-H®)

The CPC-H® credential validates proficiency in the correct application of CPT®, HCPCS Level II procedure and supply codes, and ICD-9-CM diagnosis codes used for coding and billing in an outpatient hospital or facility.

Certified Professional Coder – Payer (CPC-P®) Payer Coding Credential

The CPC-P® credential validates proficiency in the correct application of CPT®, HCPCS Level II procedure and supply codes, and ICD-9-CM diagnosis codes used for coding and billing in a payer environment (health plans, Medicare, Medicaid) – where medical claims are processed for payment.

What does CPC®, CPC-H®, CPC-P®, CIRCC®, CPMA®, CPPM® and CPCO™ stand for?

Certified Professional Coder® Certified Professional Coder-Hospital® Certified Professional Coder-Payer® Certified Interventional Radiology Cardiovascular Coder® Certified Professional Medical Auditor® Certified Professional Compliance Officer™ Certified Physician Practice Manager