This program is designed to train students to become eligible for a position as a hospital coding specialist I or a professional coding analyst.
Fifteen candidates, plus two alternates are selected to complete this program. Upon completion of the course, students sit for the Certified Procedural Coding (CPC) exam.
A committee reviews the applicant pool and determines potential candidates. Class members are selected using standardized criteria, including the results of a pre-test administered during your interview.
To be considered for the program you must:
The Medical Coding Education Program will run July 11 to November 30, 2017
The cost of the program is $2,710. The WVU Medicine Health Information Management department will offer a $2,000 scholarship, making the final cost $710 for each participant. Fees must be paid in full prior to the start of classes
Students must agree that if he/she is offered a position as a Hospital Coding Specialist I or Professional Coding Analyst with WVU Medicine and he/she either declines the position or does not remain employed in good standing with WVU Medicine for one full calendar year from date of hire, he/she shall be obligated to repay WVU Medicine in the amount of Two Thousand Dollars ($2,000), which represents the tuition costs paid by WVU Medicine for the Program.
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If you have questions about this program please contact Kimberly Raines at email@example.com.