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ASU Three Rivers Medical Coding Academy
with Tina Williams
Workforce Certified Professional Coding Program is a non-credit course consisting of 96 contact hours of instructor-led training in a classroom setting. The AAPC Medical Coding Training (MCT) curriculum consists of medical coding fundamentals, dissecting real-world medical cases and charts to extract the most relevant information. The certified professional coding program (CPC) teaches ICD-10-CM, CPT, and HCPCS medical coding skills for professional services (physicians, mid-level providers, etc.) and prepares the learner to take AAPC's CPC exam.
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Certified Nursing Assistant
with Toni Dyer
The Nursing Assistant course consists of 90 contact hours. Seventy four hours are spent in the classroom/lab and sixteen hours are spent in a long-term care clinical setting. This course includes information necessary to improve the quality of life of clients in long-term care facilities and other health care facilities. The course consists of information important in providing a solid foundation of skills and critical procedures necessary for becoming a Certified Nursing Assistant.