Medical Billing and Coding (ICD-10 and ICD-11) – 100% Online

This online medical billing and coding course covers medical terminology, knowledge of body systems, and how to select the correct diagnosis and procedure codes. This course will also teach you how to complete billing guidelines needed to submit claims to insurance companies and receive payment. This course covers the objectives needed to pass the ICD 10 and ICD 11 certification exam.

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this course includes

20 Training Hours

58 On-demand Videos

Closed Captions

4 Topics

76 Prep Questions

Certificate of Completion

What you’ll




Diagnosis Coding


Procedure Coding

Become An Expert With Our Medical Billing and Coding Online Training.

Our online medical billing and coding course is designed to provide comprehensive training that covers all the essentials. This course is perfect for those looking for medical billing and coding classes online, as it includes 20 training hours, 58 on-demand videos, and a certificate of completion.



4 lessons & 2 assignments

Module 1 Workbook
1.1 Introduction
1.2 Human Body
1.3 Skin
1.4 Bones, Muscles and Joints
1.5 Heart and Blood Vessels
1.6 Lungs
1.7 Stomach, Intestines and Colon
1.8 Kidney, Bladder, Prostate and More
1.9 Uterus, Ovaries and Female Parts
1.10 Eye
1.11 Glands
1.12 Ear, Nose and Throat
1.13 Blood
1.14 Immune
1.15 Brain and Spinal Cord

Diagnosis Coding

Module 2 Workbook
2.1 Overview of ICD
2.2 Outpatient Guidelines
2.3 Infectious and Parasitic
2.4 Neoplasms
2.5 Diseases of the Blood and Blood Organs
2.6 Endocrine, Nutritional and Metabolic Diseases
2.7 Mental and Behaviroal Health
2.8 Pregnancy, Childbirth and the Puerperium
2.9 Conditions Originating in Perinatal Period
2.10 Symptoms, Signs and Abnormal Clinical and Laboratory Findings
2.11 Injury, Poisoning and Certain Other External Causes
2.12 Diseases of the Skin and Subcutaneous Tissue
2.13 External Causes of Morbidity
2.14 Factors Influencing Health
2.15 Circulatory System
2.16 Eye
2.17 Respiratory
2.18 Digestive

Procedure Coding

Module 3 Workbook
3.1 Evaluation and Management part 1
3.1 Evaluation and Management part 2
3.1 Evaluation and Management part 3
3.1 Evaluation and Management part 4
3.2 Anesthesia
3.3 Modifiers
3.4 Surgery part 1
3.4 Surgery part 2
3.4 Surgery part 3
3.5 Radiology
3.6 Pathology
3.7 OB/GYN
3.8 Physical Medicine part 1
3.8 Physical Medicine part 2
3.10 Diving Into Coding part 1
3.10 Diving Into Coding part 2
3.10 Diving Into Coding part 3
3.11 NCCI, MUE and GME
3.12 CAT Codes

Billing Guidelines and Practices

Module 4 Workbook
4.1 HIPAA, Compliance and Reimbursement part 1
4.1 HIPAA, Compliance and Reimbursement part 2
4.1 HIPAA, Compliance and Reimbursement part 3
4.1 HIPAA, Compliance and Reimbursement part 4
4.2 The Next Steps

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Your Questions, Answered

What is the purpose of this course and who can enroll?

This online course provides comprehensive training on medical terminology, knowledge of body systems, and how to correctly select diagnosis and procedure codes. It also covers billing guidelines for submitting claims to insurance companies. The course is designed for anyone who wishes to enter the healthcare field or improve their skills to become a certified medical coder as a Certified Coding Specialist.

What will I gain from this course?

Upon completion of the course, you will have acquired a wide range of knowledge and skills. You will understand common disorders that occur within various body systems for diagnostic coding, understand and apply diagnostic for ICD-10 coding and ICD-11coding, understand and apply procedure coding (CPT), and be able to create and use code clusters for electronic health records accurately and efficiently, among other skills. These will be valuable for your career in medical coding and billing.

What materials and resources will be provided during the course?

The course includes copies of all slides used, flashcards, and practice exam questions. You will also gain access to diagrams, charts, and hands-on practice with coding examples from real-life scenarios. These resources are designed to support your learning and prepare you for the certification exam.

Who is the instructor for this course?

The course is led by Wendy Bell, a certified coder with accreditation through the AAPC. Wendy has over twenty years of experience in healthcare, and she has worked in multiple specialties. She continues to work in the field as a consultant, helping providers identify and resolve cash flow problems.

How is the course structured?

The course is divided into four main modules: Anatomy, Diagnosis Coding, Procedure Coding, and Billing Guidelines and Practices. Each module covers a variety of topics relevant to medical coding and billing. For instance, the Anatomy module discusses different body systems, while the Diagnosis Coding module provides an overview of ICD coding and diseases relevant to different body systems. The Procedure Coding module focuses on evaluation and management, surgery, radiology, and more, and the Billing Guidelines and Practices module covers important billing procedures.

What is the final outcome of this course?

The course prepares you for the ICD-10/11 certification exam. After successful completion, you will earn a certificate of completion, which is your first step to becoming a Medical Coding Specialist. As a Certified Coding Specialist, you will be able to assign precise codes to diagnoses, procedures, or services that healthcare providers offer, making you an invaluable asset to healthcare providers and insurance companies.