Medical Billing: Certified Professional Coder
Get ready to become a Certified Professional Coder. The University of Denver’s CPC exam preparation course teaches everything you need to earn your medical coding certification.
Certified Professional Medical Coder Training
Are you looking to pursue a rewarding career in medical billing and coding? The University of Denver offers a Certified Professional Coder (CPC®) Exam Preparation course that teaches everything you need to earn your medical coding certification. Our self-paced, online course provides instructor support and industry-relevant content to help you launch your career as a medical coder.
The CPC credential from the American Academy of Professional Coders' (AAPC) is the most recognized coding certification in the healthcare industry. Our medical coding class teaches you everything you need to know to pass the certification exam and work in the in-demand field of medical coding. You’ll learn how to assign the correct diagnosis (ICD-10), procedure (CPT®), and supply (HCPCS Level II) codes. With our flexible online course, you can complete the material at your own pace without disrupting your busy life.
Who should take this course?
Forward-thinking individuals looking to enter a rising healthcare field
Healthcare workers with exposure to billing and coding who can boost their career with a CPC certification
Busy adults looking for flexible or remote work in the in-demand field of medical coding
Students will be required to purchase a book ($219.99 AAPC Members; $259.99 Non-Members). Students have the option to purchase an AAPC Membership ($175.00) and Exam (must be an AAPC Member to take the Exam, $399). Book and membership prices are set by AAPC & subject to change. More information can be found on the AAPC website .
Marcia L. Brauchler, MPH, FACMPE, CPC-P, COC, CPC-I, CPHQ, is the Founder and President of Physicians' Ally, Inc. She advises physicians and practice administrators on managed care contracts, reimbursement, coding, and compliance. She earned her B.S. in Public Health from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, her Master of Public Health (MPH) from the University of California at Los Angeles and in 2014, she received her Fellowship (FACMPE) in the American College of Medical Practice Executives from the Medical Group Management Association (MGMA).
Marcia is a licensed instructor with the American Academy of Professional Coders (AAPC), a member of the National Association of Healthcare Quality (NAHQ), and has been a governor appointee to the Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) Strategic Task Force for statewide health reform and the Board of the State’s Uninsurable Health Insurance Plan.