• Call Us 040 4201 5292 / +91 984 926 6033

Get trained. Get certified.

medical-cod

We at Joshi Medicode Technology train you in Medical coding by building skills and boosting confidence, necessary to work as a coder. Our trainers are qualified to help you prepare for all coding exams, such as CPC, COC, CIC, CPMA, ICD-10 CM, and many others. We deal with both – Online sessions and classroom training.
Through are online training classes you can connect to us anytime, anywhere. We provide with live sessions, chat facilitates to solve your queries, and training videos on different aspects of coding.
We have regular webinars (2 to 3 hours) for all the students. These webinars not only focus on lectures by our trained professionals, but also on discussions with the students. The partaking student can also submit his queries.
Our classroom trainings are given by professional coders. We have classes the entire week and the weekends. we prepares you for certification program by providing you with manuals and taking test every week. before every class a refreshment session of 20 minutes is conducted in the form of a quiz. our classrooms are well-equipped with modern day technology, which would further enhance your learning experience.

Both our online and classroom training programs focus on:

• Preparing you for exam with advanced technology
• 100% job oriented programs
• Professional approach to pass the exam
• Tips to focus on useful information
• Guidelines
• Easy tips for time management during the exam
• Mock question papers

Certificate Exams and Syllabus

The health care system is changing at a fast pace. You need to be updated as the employers also want certified professionals who can adapt to this rapid changing environment. We at Joshi Medicode Technologies provide classroom and online training for all the courses, such as CPC, CIC, ICD, and many more with guaranteed placements. We provide training for the following certifications:

Certified Professional Coder (CPC)
The demand of CPC certified coders is increasing every day. It is the most regular certification people do for earning a career in health care industry as a medical coder. The demand of professional medical coders is also increasing, and it will increase more in the near future. The exam is sponsored by the American Academy of Professional Coders (AAPC).

The details of the exam are:
Exam fee: $500
No. of attempts: 2
AAPC membership: $150
Exam format: 150 Questions – Multiple Choice (open book)
Exam duration: 5 hours 40 minutes
Mode of exam: Written exam
CEUs to be submitted: 18 per year

Syllabus: the CPC exam has vast syllabus that may include:
• ICD-10 CM guidelines
• Application of ICD-10-CM codes
• CPT codes
• HCPCS Level II codes
• Modifiers and their application
• Anatomy and Physiology
• Integumentary system
• Respiratory system
• Cardiovascular system
• Musculoskeletal system
• Lymphatic system
• Digestive system
• Urinary system and male genital system
• Female reproductive system
• Maternity care and delivery
• Endocrine system
• Nervous system
• Anesthesia
• Radiology
• Laboratory and pathology
• Evaluation and management services
• Medicine

Certified Outpatient Coder (COC)

COC is outpatient/ facility or ambulatory surgical center (ASC) coding. The reimbursement in an outpatient setting is based only on the resources used during the treatment. The exam is sponsored by the American Academy of Professional Coders (AAPC).

The details of the exam are:
Exam fee: $500
No. of attempts: 2
Exam format: 150 Questions – Multiple Choice (open book)
Exam duration: 5 hours 40 minutes
Mode of exam: Written exam
CEUs to be submitted: 10 per year

Syllabus: the COC exam has vast syllabus that may include:
• Outpatient hospital facilities and departments
• Business in facility
• CMS payment system (OPPS, DRG, IPPS, Revenue Codes)
• Facility billing
• Compliance in outpatient facility
• Documentation and coding standards
• Anatomy and physiology
• ICD-10 CM guidelines
• Application of ICD-10-CM codes
• CPT codes
• HCPCS Level II codes
• Facility modifiers and their application
• Surgery guidelines
• Evaluation and Management services for facilities
• Integumentary system
• Musculoskeletal system
• Respiratory system
• Cardiovascular system
• Digestive system
• Urinary system and male genital system
• Female reproductive system
• Maternity care and delivery
• Endocrine system
• Nervous system
• Anesthesia
• Radiology
• Laboratory and pathology
• Evaluation and management services
• Medicine
• Inpatient coding- overview

Certified Inpatient Coder (CIC)

CIC is inpatient coding. The reimbursement in an inpatient setting is entirely based on the procedures used during the treatment. The exam is sponsored by the American Academy of Professional Coders (AAPC).

The details of the exam are:
Exam fee: $500
No. of attempts: 2
Exam format: 60 Questions – Multiple Choice (open book); 10 inpatient cases
Exam duration: 5 hours 40 minutes
Mode of exam: Written exam
CEUs to be submitted: 10 per year

Syllabus: the CIC exam has vast syllabus that may include:
• Inpatient facilities and related hospital departments
• Inpatient documentation and coding
• Inpatient diagnosis coding- general guidelines
• Inpatient diagnosis coding – chapter specific guidelines
• ICD-10 CM guidelines
• Application of ICD-10-CM codes
• CMS and inpatient prospective payment system
• Outpatient perspective payment system
• Regulatory and payer requirement
• Business in the facility
• Compliance in the facility
• Inpatient coding cases
• Anatomy and physiology
• Medicine

Certified Professional Medical Auditor (CPMA)

CPMA is auditing the medical records. The aim of the audit is to improve and re-evaluate the codes applied in the medical records. Also, CPMA is important to prevent any fraud, waste or abuse, and to prevent overpayment. The exam is sponsored by the American Academy of Professional Coders (AAPC).

The details of the exam are:
Exam fee: $500
Attempts: 2
Exam format: 150 Questions – Multiple Choice (open book)
Exam duration: 5 hours 40 minutes
Mode of exam: Written exam
CEUs to be submitted: 16 per year

Syllabus: the CIC exam has vast syllabus that may include:
Compliance and regulatory guidelines:
 Fraud, waste and abuse
 Federal false claim act
 Anti-kickback law
 Stark law
 Exclusion statute
 Civil monetary penalties law
 Office of inspector general (OIG)
 Center of Medicare and Medicaid services (CMS)
Medical record documentation standards
 HIPAA Privacy Regulations
 Types and components of medical records
 Accreditation standards
Coding and Reimbursement Concepts
 CPT® Guidelines
 Evaluation and Management o Anesthesia
 Surgery
 Radiology
 Pathology and Laboratory
 Medicine including chemotherapy, psychotherapy, physical therapy
 Modifiers
 Diagnosis coding and medical necessity
 Physicians at Teaching Hospital (PATH) Guidelines
Auditing
 Auditing process
 Statistical sampling, utilization review, RAT-STATs
Risk Analysis and Communication
 Validation of audit results
 Analysis and report of audit findings
 Communicating audit results
• Practical Expertise o Practical audit skills utilizing cases for practical application

Certified Risk Adjustment Coder (CRA)

CRA deals with risk adjustment and exact diagnosis coding. In addition to this it also deals with the financial effect coding has on the reimbursement and official diagnosis guidelines. The exam is sponsored by the American Academy of Professional Coders (AAPC).

The details of the exam are:
Exam fee: $500
No. of attempts: 2
Exam format: 150 Questions – Multiple Choice (open book)
Exam duration: 5 hours 40 minutes
Mode of exam: Written exam

Syllabus: the CIC exam has vast syllabus that may include:
Risk adjustment models
 Hierarchal Condition Categories (HCC)
 Medicaid chronic illness and disability payment system (Medicaid CDPS)
 Hybrid models
Predictive Modeling and Quality of Care
 Predictive Modeling impact
 Suspect logic
 Quality of care
 Star ratings
Risk adjustment and financial matters
 HCC RAF score
 Financial impact based on coding
ICD-10-CM coding guidelines
Diagnosis, documentation and coding
 Common errors in diagnosis coding
 Elements of medical records
Documentation barriers
 Signatures
 Insufficient documentation
 RADV (risk adjustment data validation) process
 Official diagnosis coding guidelines
Frequently coded conditions
 Acute vs. chronic condition
 Differential Diagnosis
 Risk Factors and Comorbidities
 Angina
 Artificial Openings
 BMI and Obesity
 Cardiac Conduction Disorders
 Cardiomyopathy
 CVA
 CKD, Dialysis, and AV Fistula
 COPD
 Complications of Care
 Congestive Heart Failure
 Cor Pulmonale
 DVT
 Dementia
 Depression
 Diabetes and Secondary Diabetes o Epilepsy & Convulsions
 GERD
 Hepatitis & Cirrhosis
 HIV
 Hypercholesterolemia
 Hypertension
 Hypothyroidism
 Klebsiella Pneumoniae
 Malnutrition & Cachexia
 Myocardial Infraction
 Neoplasms
 Neuropathy
 Pneumonia
 Pulmonary Embolism
 Pulmonary Hypertension
 Respirator/Ventilator Status
 Septicemia and Sepsis
 Ulcers and Wounds
 Varicose Veins
 Vertebral Fractures
Practical Expertise
 Practical diagnosis coding skills utilizing cases for practical application

Certified Coding Specialist (CCS)

CCS means arranging the medical information from the medical records in a hospital setting. CCS coders analyze the medical records and give numeric codes to each diagnosis and procedure. The exam is sponsored by the American Health Information Management Association (AHIMA).

The details of the exam are:
Exam fee: $399
No. of attempts: 2
Exam format: 79 Questions – Multiple Choice (open book); 8 medical situations
Exam duration: 4 hours
Mode of exam: Written exam

Syllabus: the CCS exam has vast syllabus that may include:
• Health Information Documentation
• Diagnosis and Procedure Coding
• Regulatory Guidelines and Reporting Requirements for Inpatient setting
• Regulatory Guidelines and Reporting Requirements for Outpatient setting
• Information and communication technologies
• Privacy, confidentiality, legal and ethical issues
• Compliance

ICD-10 CM

ICD-10 CM (International Classification of Diseases, Tenth Revision, Clinical Modification) represents the diagnosis codes. They are alphanumeric codes, and each disease, condition, or other health problems are represented differently. The exam is sponsored by the American Academy of Professional Coders (AAPC).

The details of the exam are:
Exam fee:
Exam format:
Exam duration:
Mode of exam: Online exam

Syllabus:
• Health Information Documentation
• Diagnosis and Procedure Coding
• Regulatory Guidelines and Reporting Requirements for Inpatient setting
• Regulatory Guidelines and Reporting Requirements for Outpatient setting
• Information and communication technologies
• Privacy, confidentiality, legal and ethical issues
• Compliance

Medical Coding FAQs

What are the advantages of medical coding?
A good career opportunity, which will last for a long time period as a provider will never be free of patients.

Is Medical coding easy?
Yes, we at Joshi Medicode Technology make coding and certification easy to learn and achieve.

What skills should I have to work as a coder?
You should be confident and deliver quality work within the given deadlines.

What training/s do I need to undergo for medical coding?
Knowledge of anatomy and physiology, and medical terms is very important. Look for a training program that trains you in:
1. Medical terminology
2. medical coding software
3. basic health care insurance cycle
4. policies and guidelines

Where do medical coders work?
Medical coders may work in hospital setting, ambulatory centers, ambulatory centers, emergency rooms and insurance companies. They may also work online from home.

What other work/job can a medical coder do?
A professional certified medical coder can work as a bookkeeper or in payroll in an organization. There are many other roles depending on your experience and education.

Hi there! Click one of our representatives below and we will get back to you as soon as possible.

Course Enquiry on WhatsApp

Joshimedicode is Best Medical Courses Trainining institute in INDIA....!

Fill this Form and get Good Discount...!

Your Information will never be shared with any third party

Don't show this window again

Admissions on 1st come 1st basis Affordable Fee,Limited Seats Available..!.

  • Affordable Price
  • Real time Faculty
  • Corporate Coaching
  • Excellent Track Record
  • Unique Teaching Methods
  • Resume & Interview Preparation
  • 100% Job Assistance!