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Instructor-Led Online Medical Coding Training
Thursday, June 16, 2022, 7:00 PM - 8:30 PM EDT
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Medical Coding Training Outline

  • Tuition: $1599 
  • Required Materials: CPT, ICD-10, HCPCS $290 Includes Shipping 
  • Anatomy & Terminology: $400 (Optional, see prerequisites) 
  • Career Development: $200 (Optional)
  • 13 Week Course - Begins June 16, 2022
  • Weekly live Zoom Training webinars with instructor and other students
    • Webinars are 1.5 hours on Wednesday evenings at 7pm EST
    • Webinars are recorded for later viewing in the event you need to miss a session
  • Password protected personalized learning account that easily guides you through the program
  • Easy online reading through our elearning site platform that takes you step by step through all coding concepts
  • Quizzes are available in CPT Section to verify students knowledge of section guidelines & coding concepts
    • Unlimited attempts at all quizzes
  • Homework questions to strengthen coding knowledge at the end of each CPT section and reviewed each week with instructor.
  • Unlimited Attempts at the practice exam
  • Registered Medical Coder (RMC) online exam
    • 2 attempts on the exam
  • Phone and Email support from instructor throughout the course

Who is this Instructor-Led Online Medical Coding Training for?

The instructor-led online medical coding training is geared towards 3 types of people:
  1. Someone who is already a medical coder, but needs their medical coding certification.
  2. Someone who is completely new to the field and healthcare industry and wants to start a successful career path in medical coding.
  3. All people in between!
What is the Registered Medical Coder (RMC) Credential?

The RMC is a nationally recognized outpatient medical coding credential and issued by the Association of Registered Healthcare Professionals (ARHCP). Like any other outpatient coding credential, the RMC guarantees you will be well prepared to be successful in your coding job and proves to your employer that you have advanced coding knowledge and stay up to date on all yearly coding changes. Unlike other coding credentials, the RMC requires you to view annual webinars of current years coding update's and changes, (also administered online and included in the annual renewal fee) in order to ensure that you stay up to date on all coding changes.

Learning Objectives

This program is specifically geared toward medical coding for outpatient/physician offices. The training is administered online and begins with the basics identifying the purpose of the CPT®, ICD-10-CM, and HCPCS II code systems. Once those topics are established, it moves into federal healthcare regulations, audits, compliance, and how it all fits within the revenue cycle. This training specifically covers:

  • Coding conventions when assigning ICD-10-CM (diagnoses), CPT®, and HCPCS II (procedure) codes
  • Each section of the CPT® manual with an emphasis on terminology, modifier usage, coding guidelines, and coding practice
  • Evaluation & Management (E&M) with a detailed focus on levels of service
  • Additional guidance, updates, and learning tools on how to apply the ICD-10-CM coding guidelines (officially implemented October 2015)
  • HCPCS Level II with an emphasis on temporary national codes, supplies and DME, and modifiers, as well as services that are routine, non-covered, or not medically necessary.
  • An overview of the Medicare Program with additional training on special CMS coding rules, billing rules, modifiers, and the National Correct Coding Initiative
Course Outline

The Interactive RMC Training & Certification Program is broken out into 12 weeks and is outlined below:

  • Introduction to medical coding systems, healthcare delivery, and other revenue cycle functions within the healthcare arena
  • Introduction and overview of ICD-10-CM (Diagnosis) in comparison to ICD-9
  • ICD-10-CM coding guidelines and conventions
  • General CPT® (Procedural) coding overview, guidelines, and conventions
  • CPT® Evaluation & Management (E&M)
  • CPT® Modifier
  • In-depth look at each CPT® code range
  • HCPCS coding system (emphasis on Level II)
  • Federal healthcare regulations, laws and sentencing guidelines, audits, and compliance in revenue cycle
  • Medicare rules and regulations
  • OIG compliance and OIG work plan
  • Simulated practice exam (unlimited attempts)
  • RMC certification exam (two attempts)

About the Instructor:

Required Textbooks
Medical Coding Certification Book Requirement
  1. CPT® Professional Edition (current year), AMA Publisher
  2. ICD-10-CM Expert for Physicians (current year)
  3. HCPCS Level II (current year)

These textbooks are not included but are available to purchase through MMI at a discounted rate when enrolling in the program.


At MMI, we want to make sure that you have a successful learning experience, which is why in order to sign up for the medical coding certification and training, we recommend that you have previous understanding of Anatomy & Terminology. If you currently need of training for Anatomy & Terminology, the Anatomy & Terminology course is available to purchase through MMI at a discounted rate when enrolling in the program.