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CPC Online Training - Medical Coding

Our online CPC medical coding training offers the student an opportunity to work at their own pace. The course provides up to 6 months to complete the program. You will be assigned an online mentor to whom you can email any questions. Your mentor will be there every step of the way, to answer any questions, assist with certification strategies and provide feedback as requested. This type of customer service is one of the many reasons our students are so successful when it comes to passing the CPC certification exam.

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Training Includes

  • Online Mentor Access

  • 6 months of access

  • On-demand Lectures and resource videos

  • Games and activities 

  • Timed quizzes and exams

  • Test taking tips

  • Practice Exam- Final

Course Requirements

Internet Access


  • MCHC offers the CMCP, Certified Medical Coding Professional

  • AAPC offers the CPC

Registration Options

Registration Options:      (Register Online or call 904-495-6141)

CPC Online Training  $799

Includes: Online access training for six months. Note: Textbook and Coding books are not included. 

CPC Online Training Payment Plan:  $266.35 due at registration. 

2nd and 3rd monthly payment $266.35.  Note:  Restrictions apply.  Click the Registration button for details

Onsite Training Services are also available for your office group!

Medical coding is a critical aspect of the healthcare system, as it ensures that medical claims are accurately and efficiently processed. Certification demonstrates a level of knowledge and proficiency in medical coding, which is important for both the coder and the healthcare organization.


For the medical coder, certification may lead to increased job opportunities, higher pay, and advancement within the field. It also serves as a demonstration of their commitment to their profession and ongoing education. Many employers prefer to hire certified coders, as it indicates that the individual has a certain level of expertise and can perform their job accurately and efficiently.


For healthcare organizations, the use of certified medical coders helps to ensure that the claims they submit to insurance companies and government programs are accurate and compliant with regulations. This can help to reduce the risk of denied claims and financial penalties. In addition, certified coders are more likely to stay current with the latest coding standards and regulations, which can help to improve the overall efficiency of the billing and reimbursement process.

AAPC, AHIMA, MCHC, AMBA, AMCA, and other organizations offer certifications of varying levels.  We believe there is not a one size fits all.  When we speak to candidates we learn more about their career goals, desired setting, specialty, etc to recommend the best organization that matches their goals. 

Questions about the training program? Call 904-495-6141

Why Get Certified? 

Certified medical coders are in demand!  The need for qualified and certified coders continues to grow year over year. The salaries of certified medical coders is also increasing according to independent surveys completed by an industry healthcare organization. Understanding medical coding is just the beginning step in your career.  Becoming certified as a medical coder will demonstrate your mastery and signify your excellence as a professional coder.  Certification requirements vary by state and/or employer. 

Certification Examination Information: 

The Certified Professional Coder or CPC certification is administered by the AAPC. The exam consist of 100 multiple choice questions to be completed in 4 hours.  The exam is proctored online or in person. Membership to the AAPC is required to sit and maintain the CPC certification.  In addition to membership, the AAPC currently requires 18 CEUs per renewal year to be reported every two years based on your membership renewal month. Contact AAPC for specific requirements on maintaining certification

The Certified Coding Specialist- Physician or CCS-P certification is administered by AHIMA.  Candidates must meeting one of five eligibility requirements listed on their website. AHIMA certifications are maintained through a required recertification process.  CEUs are required as part of the re-certification process.  Contact AHIMA for specific details about the re-certification process

The Certified Medical Coder Professional or CMCP certification is administered by MCHC.  The exam consist of 2 sections.  Section 1 is 100 multiple choice questions with 2 hours to complete.  Section 2 is 25 coding cases requiring direct code assignment and sequencing with 2.5 hours to complete. The exam is proctored online or in person. Membership to MCHC is required to sit and maintain the CMCP certification.  In addition to membership, MCHC requires 14 CEUs per year.  Contact MCHC for information about annual certification renewal. "The CMCP will quickly become the New Standard", according to 15 year certified coding veteran Cindy from Fort Meyers, FL.

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