Medical Coding and Billing IDC-9

The International Classification of Diseases (ICD) is the premier system for categorizing diseases across the world for medical coder. In order to meet American medical healthcare industry needs, NCHS developed ICD-9-CM as an adaption; this code is utilized in accord with hospital outpatient and physician office visits within United States boundaries.

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Without internship



this course includes

12 Training Hours

103 On-demand Videos

Closed Captions

16 Topics

23 Prep Questions

Certificate of Completion

What you’ll


Medical Terminology


Anatomy Physiology


Introduction to ICD-9-cm


Application of ICD-9-cm (Ch 1-9)


Introduction to ICD-10-CM


Introduction to CPT and HCPCS


Evaluation and Management (E/M)


Surgery, Integumentary system, Anesthesia & Modifiers




Respiratory and Cardio


Female Genital System, Maternity Care and General Surgery




Introduction to Reimbursement



This Medical Coding and Billing IDC-9 online training course will lay the groundwork of your healthcare data pathway and equip you with the skills necessary to succeed in coding within the healthcare industry.

Healthcare is an intricate domain due to its ever changing and complex processes related to health management, treatments, etc. We’ll investigate all aspects of this field so that we can recognize how valuable -and increasingly sought-after- medical coding is!


Medical Terminology

Medical Terminology

Anatomy Physiology

Anatomic Organ Systems

Introduction to ICD-9-cm

Introduction To ICD-9-Part 1
Introduction To ICD-9-Part 2
Introduction To ICD-9-Part 3
Introduction To ICD-9-Part 4
Introduction To ICD-9-Part 5
Introduction To ICD-9-Part 6
Introduction To ICD-9-Part 7
Diagnostic Procedures
Coding And Reporting Guidelines-Part 1
Coding And Reporting Guidelines-Part 2
Coding And Reporting Guidelines-Part 3

Application of ICD-9-cm (Ch 1-9)

Application Of ICD-9-CM
Other Metabolic And Immunity Disorders Section
Hypertensive Heart And Chronic Kidney Disease

Introduction to ICD-10-CM

Overview Of ICD-10-CM

Introduction to CPT and HCPCS

Introduction To CPT And Level II National Codes-HCPCS
CMS-1500 Form
Categorized By
Category I Codes

Evaluation and Management (E/M)

Evaluation And Management-Part 1
Evaluation And Management-Part 2
Nature Of Evaluation And Management Services
Example Of HPI
Review Of Systems
E And M Documentation Guidelines
E And M Exam-Part 1
E And M Exam-Part 2
Medical Decision Making
Number Of Diagnoses Or Treatment Options
Amount And Or Complexity Of Data Reviewed
Nature Of Presenting Problem
E And M Documentation-Level Based On TIme
Hospital E And M Codes
Subsequent Visits
InitialInpatient Services

Surgery, Integumentary system, Anesthesia & Modifiers

Physical Status Modifiers
Medicare Policy
Surgical Guidelines
58 Staged Or Related Procedure
Modifier 52-Reduced Services
Ancillary Modifiers
Integumentary System
Clinical Scenario
Mohs Micrographic Surgury


Musculoskeletal System
Endoscopy And Arthroscopy

Respiratory and Cardio

Respiratory System
Mediastinum And Diaphragm
Circulatory Systems
Associated Diagnosis
Pacemaker Or Pacing Cardioverter-Defibrillator
Bypass Grafts
Selective Catheterization
Endovascular Revascularization
Coronary Therapeutic Services And Procedures
Intracardiac Electrophysiological Procedures And Studies

Female Genital System, Maternity Care and General Surgery

Hemic And Lymphatic Systems
Female Genitourinary And Maternity Care
Male Genitourinary
Digestive System Terms
Digestive Procedures
Endocrine And Nervous System
Nervous System-Part 1
Nervous System-Part 2
Nervous System-Part 3


Category III Codes

Introduction to Reimbursement

Fraud And Abuse


Diagnostic Ultrasound
Radiation Treatment Management


Regulatory Terms

Application of ICD-9-cm (Ch 10-19)

Diseases Of The Genitourinary System
Diabetes Mellitus In Pregnancy
Diseases Of Musculoskeletal SystemAnd Connective Tissue
Adverse Effects Poisoning And Toxic Effects

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Your Questions, Answered

What is the purpose of the Medical Coding and Billing IDC-9 course?

The course is designed to provide the foundational knowledge and skills needed to work as a medical coder within the healthcare industry, focusing on the use of ICD-9-CM, an adaption of the International Classification of Diseases (ICD) system developed by the U.S. National Center for Health Statistics (NCHS)​.

What are the contents of the Medical Coding and Billing IDC-9 course?

The course includes 12 hours of training, 103 videos, 16 topics, and 23 practice questions. The course aims to cover all aspects of medical coding so that students can understand how valuable and increasingly sought-after medical coding is in the healthcare industry​.

What is the format of the course?

The course is offered online and on-demand, allowing students to learn at their own pace. It’s available as part of an All Access Monthly Subscription, which provides access to over 2,500 hours of content from the provider. New subscribers can start with 7 free days without any obligation, and the subscription can be canceled at any time.

What is the role of medical coders and billers in healthcare?

Medical coders and billers process patient data, such as treatment records and related insurance information. They identify diagnoses, medical tests, treatments, and procedures found in clinical documentation and transcribe this patient data into standardized codes to bill government and commercial payers for physician reimbursement. They work together to ensure that healthcare providers are accurately and efficiently paid for the services they perform.

Are there any professional certifications available in the field of medical billing and coding?

Yes, there are professional certifications such as the Certified Professional Biller (CPB) and the Certified Professional Coder (CPC). These certifications demonstrate proficiency in medical billing and coding, respectively, and are recognized by healthcare providers and insurance companies.