What is Medical Coding?

Medical coding is a transformation of healthcare diagnosis, procedures, medical services, and equipment into universal medical alphanumeric codes. IHS’s Medical Coding & Certification Training enables you to achieve comprehensive knowledge, skills and confidence to start a highly rewarding dream career in the Healthcare domain.

Eligibility: Graduation Course

Type:  Classroom

Duration: 3 months


Course Materials Offered:

Latest ICD 10-CM Coding Book

Latest CPT Coding Book

Latest HCPCS Coding Book 



  • Experienced faculties.
  • Latest AAPC Materials.
  • Flexible class timings.
  • Multiple sets of mock exams.
  • Instant feedback on tests.
  • User-friendly interactive modules.
  • Focus on interview preparation.100’s of quizzes in each section.
  • Placement Services.


AAPC medical coding training courses will teach you the fundamentals of medical coding, prepare you for certification, and help you establish yourself in the industry.


Why Choose a Career as a Medical Coding Specialist?

Medical coding ranks third on the U.S. News and World Report’s list of Best Jobs without a College Degree. Besides a competitive salary that towers over the investment to become a coding specialist, the profession ranks high for employment and career advancement opportunities, as well as work-life balance and the potential to work from home.



Medical Coding Salary

The average annual salary for a medical coder is $55,923—14.9% above the median salary of all U.S. occupations. Your earning potential rises to $64,890 when you add another certification demonstrating broader coding expertise. With three credentials, you can expect to earn upwards of $70K per year.


Favourable Job Prospects

The demand for medical coders is at a historic high. Fueled by the healthcare needs of an ageing population, the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics lists medical coding among the 20 fastest-growing occupations. Job opportunities for professional coders are projected to grow 18.2% by 2028.

 Work from Home

A growing number of healthcare organizations outsource their coding and billing, giving certified professionals the opportunity to work remotely. According to AAPC’s 2019 Medical Coding Salary Survey, 33.8% of respondents work from the convenience and comfort of home.

 Which Coding Certification Course Is Right for You?

AAPC offers the full spectrum of certification training courses, and all boast pass rates unmatched by other medical coding schools.

 Certified Professional Coder (CPC)

For good reason, the CPC Preparation Course is AAPC’s most popular medical coding training program. This course provides education in physician-based coding, which is used in the majority of healthcare environments—medical offices, walk-in clinics, telehealth groups, labs. Students of the CPC Preparation Course will learn the proper use of CPT®, HCPCS Level II, and ICD-10-CM codes as they apply to these healthcare settings. Additionally, CPC training lays the foundation for advanced types of medical coding.

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