Medical Coding Certificate - Hospital Track
Certificate of Completion
The Medical Coding – Hospital Track Certificate at Bryant & Stratton College is intended for students who are looking to take the first step towards a career in medical coding.
Bryant & Stratton College’s Hospital track Medical Coding Certificate conveys the practical knowledge for pursuing a career in a hospital setting. Students will take introductory classes in anatomy and physiology and medical terminology which are geared towards the coding profession. Additional coding classes introduce the concepts of both procedural and diagnostic coding. The hospital coding certificate at Bryant & Stratton College continues to teach ICD-9 coding in accordance with industry standards.
Higher level courses provide an in-depth education in both procedural and diagnostic coding for inpatient care while also providing students with an opportunity to apply what they’ve learned in practical scenarios as they complete the medical coding certificate program.
Bryant & Stratton College’s Medical Coding Certificate prepares students to gain their national coding certification from one of the two national professional associations: the American Health Information Management Association (AHIMA) or the Academy of Professional Coders (AAPC). Students may also transfer credits earned to a related Bryant & Stratton College degree program upon completion of the Medical Coding certificate.