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Each time a patient receives treatment, a detailed record is maintained containing observations, medical or surgical interventions and treatment outcomes. Coders are responsible for assigning a code to each specific diagnosis or procedure. They consult classification manuals, but they also rely on their acquired knowledge of disease processes. Medical Coders are detail-oriented and enjoy doing research.
ATA's Medical Coding program can be completed in as little as 17 months. It consists of 92 credit hours.
Classes are enrolling now! If you're interested in this program or would like more information about ATA, please contact us online or call 866-GET-AHEAD for more information.
More information about careers and occupations can be found at O*NET (http://www.onetcenter.org), the nation's primary source of occupational information. Use the link below to learn more about a Degree in Medical Coding:
Medical Coders are detail-oriented people who code patient records.
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