Medical Reimbursement Program
Medical Coding – Hospital Track
The Code to Your Future

The Medical Coding – Hospital Track Certificate program at Bryant & Stratton College provides the framework for pursuing a career in the medical field, specifically in hospital settings. In additional to foundational classes in medical terminology, students are well versed in the skills and practical knowledge required for pursuing a career in the medical field. Bryant & Stratton College continues to teach ICD-9 practices in accordance with industry standards while maintaining a transition plan for the transition to ICD-10.

This inclusive program provides students with the education necessary to pursue a national certification from either the American Health Information Management Association (AHIMA) or the American Academy of Professional Coders (AAPC). Coding-specific courses taken as part of the certificate program study vital subjects that include diagnostic and procedural coding. As part of the Hospital Track certificate, these courses are geared towards coding scenarios that will develop in hospital settings.  

Courses completed in the Medical Coding – Hospital Track Certificate are eligible to be articulated for credit in corresponding degree programs with Bryant & Stratton College.

1 MAAT 100: Medical Terminology
2 MAAT 120: Anatomy and Physiology I
3 MAAT 125: Anatomy & Physiology II
4 MRC 145: Coding Compliance & Ethics
5 MIBC 250: Coding I
6 MIBC 255: Coding II
7 MRCH 210: Inpatient Diagnostic Coding
8 MRCH 245: Inpatient Procedural Coding
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