Online Medical Coding Bootcamp

Enroll in our Medical Coding Bootcamp for comprehensive certification training. Learn to ensure accurate medical codes, submit bills, and make claims for patients.

Gain the skills and knowledge necessary to excel as a certified Medical Coder and provide quality services in diverse healthcare settings.

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Program Length

14 Weeks



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Become a Professional Medical Coder in 14 Weeks

Kickstart your healthcare career as a certified medical coder. With comprehensive training and in-depth modules, you’ll gain the expertise and competencies physicians and organizations rely on.

  • Review medical records and assign accurate codes to diagnoses and procedures
  • Ensure compliance with legal and regulatory requirements
  • Process insurance claims and maintain accurate patient records
  • Maintain patient confidentiality and privacy

About the Medical Coding Bootcamp

Eligibility Requirements

Eligibility Requirements

  • High School Diploma or GED
  • Web browser with internet connection
  • Basic computer user skills
  • Course registration and payment
Cost & Included Materials

Cost & Included Materials

  • $3,450
  • Instructor-led video-based training
  • eBooks: Elsevier – Buck's Step-bystep Medical Coding, 2022 Edition
  • CPC-A exam fee
Student Services

Student Services

  • Mentorship from expert coaches
  • CPC-A Certification Exam Prep
  • 6-month post-program access to career coaches

What Will I Learn?

Our medical coding bootcamp combines self-paced online learning and on-the-job training to prepare you to land a job within weeks.

  • Course 1: Medical Terminology & Anatomy for Billers & Coders
  • Course 2: Advanced Diagnostic Coding
  • Course 3: Advanced Procedural Coding
  • Course 4: Physician Coding
  • Course 5: Anesthesia & Surgery Overview
  • Course 6: CPT: Surgical Coding I
  • Course 7: CPT: Surgical Coding II
  • Course 8: CPT: Surgical Coding III
  • Course 9: CPT: Radiology & Medicine

Download the syllabus to view all courses and requirements.

Preparing for the CPC Exam

Our online program and expert coaching prepares you to become a nationally-recognized certified professional coder (CPC-A) through the American Academy of Professional Coders (AAPC).

Career Possibilities for Certified Medical Coders

Certified medical coders are in high demand, leading to numerous career opportunities to individuals with the necessary coding skills and expertise. Most medical coders work in office setting at a computer, with some employers offering flexible or remote work options.

Physician Offices

Physician Offices

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Physician Offices

Medical coders working in physician offices are responsible for reviewing patients' medical records, assigning appropriate codes to diagnoses and treatments, and ensuring that billing claims are accurate and compliant with healthcare regulations. They may also communicate with healthcare providers to clarify documentation and ensure accurate coding.

Average Annual Salary: $37,330

Hospitals and Healthcare Systems

Hospitals and Healthcare Systems

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Hospitals and Healthcare Systems

Medical coders who work in hospitals or healthcare systems are responsible for assigning codes to diagnoses, procedures, and treatments using industry-standard classification systems. They may also collaborate with healthcare providers, review medical records, and ensure that coding practices comply with regulations and standards.

Average Annual Salary: $47,000

Remote / Work from Home

Remote / Work from Home

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Remote / Work from Home

Since the COVID-19 pandemic, more than half (55%) of medical coders work remotely full-time and another nearly 20% are hybrid workers with a combination of onsite and remote.

Medical coders who work remotely are responsible for reviewing and coding patient medical records from a remote location, typically using specialized software and secure networks. They may communicate with healthcare providers or other team members via phone or email to clarify documentation and ensure accurate coding.

Average Annual Salary: $46,900

Nursing and Residential Care Facilities

Nursing and Residential Care Facilities

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Nursing and Residential Care Facilities

Medical coders who work in nursing and residential care facilities are responsible for assigning codes to diagnoses, procedures, and treatments documented in patient medical records. They may also collaborate with healthcare providers, review medical records, and ensure that coding practices comply with regulations and standards specific to their facility type.

Average Annual Salary: $37,740

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Is medical coding the right career path for you? Take our free career assessment to determine which healthcare career path is the best fit for you.

*All salaries according to 2021 estimates released by U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics.




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Medical Coding Program Comparisons

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Medical Coding Training Program FAQs

What do Certified Medical Coders do?

Certified medical coders are responsible for reviewing medical records and assigning codes to diagnoses and procedures. These codes are used for billing and insurance purposes, and also help to ensure that healthcare providers are reimbursed accurately for their services. Certified medical coders may also be responsible for conducting audits, ensuring compliance with regulatory requirements, and communicating with physicians and other healthcare professionals to clarify diagnoses or procedures. Additionally, certified medical coders may work with patients and insurance companies to resolve billing issues and ensure that claims are processed correctly.

What is CPC-A certification?

A Certified Professional Medical Coder (CPC-A) is the nationally recognized certification for medical coders. Some states require certifications, while others do not; however, most employers prefer, if not require, certification. Becoming certified also demonstrates professional proficiency, leading to higher salaries and career advancement opportunities.

Can anyone take the medical coder certification exam?

No, there is eligibility criteria you must meet to sit for AAPC’s CPC-A exam. You must have your high school diploma or GED and you must complete an eligible training program, such as Health Tech Academy’s Medical Coding Bootcamp. Students who complete the Medical Coding Bootcamp are eligible and well-prepared for the certification exam.

How do I get my CPC-A certification?

Upon successful completion of the Medical Coding Bootcamp, students should apply for the exam provided by the American Academy of Professional Coders (AAPC).

Are medical coders healthcare professionals?

Yes, medical coders are healthcare professionals. They play a vital role in securing payer reimbursement, ensuring regulatory compliance, and maintaining contiunuity of patient care.

What technology do I need to complete Health Tech Academy’s medical assistant training program?

Our medical coding program is 100% online, so you’ll need access to a computer, as well as a reliable internet connection. Basic computer usage and computing skills will be helpful to students.

How long is the medical coding bootcamp?

Health Tech Academy’s medical coding bootcamp is self-paced but designed to be completed over the course of 14 weeks. (That’s significantly less than many medical coding training programs!)

Will the medical coding bootcamp help me get a job?

Absolutely! Certified medical coders are in high demand and Health Tech Academy’s team of career coaches are here to support you through the certification process, resume building, and mock interviews. With our efficient, engaging learning environment, you’ll be ready to land a job in a matter of weeks.

How much do medical coders make?

Salaries range based on certification status, experience, and location. The average annual salary of a medical coders is $46,660. Completing Health Tech Academy’s medical coding bootcamp can help improve your earning potential by giving you indemand knowledge and skills, career mentorship, and prepare you to obtain the industry-recognized CPC-A credential.

Do I need healthcare experience to start?

No, you do not need healthcare experience to begin, however previous experience will be helpful for students. Our training program is suitable for all learners and will provide you with the skills and confidence to launch your healthcare career.


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