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Certified Coder Boot Camp®—Original

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The premier CPC® exam preparation course for coders

The demand for CPC-certified coders has never been higher. If you want to take your career to the next level with certification, the Certified Coder Boot Camp will fully prepare you for the AAPC's Certified Professional Coder (CPC) exam.

The Certified Coder Boot Camp teaches the fundamentals of CPT®, ICD-10-CM, and HCPCS Level II coding for professional services and hospital outpatient services. The first day covers ICD-10-CM diagnosis coding, and the remaining four days are devoted to CPT and HCPCS II coding.

You will learn how to:

  • Understand and apply coding principles and rules appropriately
  • Navigate the ICD-10-CM, CPT, and HCPCS II coding manuals
  • Apply knowledge to AAPC's CPC exam
  • Develop fundamental coding skills for all medical specialties with a thorough study of the CPT manual
  • Master the art of accurate code assignment for ICD-10-CM, CPT, and HCPCS II by learning the latest coding guidelines

Leave class ready to take the CPC exam!

This isn't just any coding course. See the HCPro difference for yourself!

Rules-based learning: We only use recognized source authorities, such as the current ICD-10-CM, CPT, and HCPCS II manuals, but we supplement these with additional nationally recognized source authorities like the AHA's Coding Clinic for ICD-10-CM/PCS® and the AMA's CPT Assistant®.

Hands-on learning: Course participants work approximately 500 coding exercises, including a 150-question practice CPC exam and numerous operative reports. Each participant also receives a printed answer key for all exercises, including the practice exam. Students are required to bring CPT, ICD-10-CM, and HCPCS II manuals to class so they can complete the exercises.

Small class size: Class size is limited to ensure individual attention.

Well-established program: HCPro is the nation's first organization to offer Boot Camp training courses to healthcare coding professionals. We have more than 10 years of experience teaching coders, and on average, participants rate this course 4.9 on a 5.0 scale.

Learning Objectives

At the conclusion of this educational activity, participants will be able to:

  • Apply conventions and instructional notes, including chapter- and section-specific guidelines, to accurately assign codes in ICD-10-CM, CPT, and HCPCS II for outpatient/professional services
  • Relate effects on reimbursement by appending appropriate CPT/HCPCS II modifiers to applicable procedure codes
  • Assign appropriate CPT procedure codes to a variety of surgical procedures for many medical specialties
  • Abstract an operative report in order to assign accurate diagnosis and procedure codes
  • Improve coding accuracy to reduce denials and missed revenue
  • Recall material in preparation for the AAPC’s CPC exam


Module 1: Introduction and Coding Fundamentals

Types of coding systems

Levels of HCPCS coding

Module 2: Diagnosis Coding (ICD-10-CM)

Common conventions, symbols, and terminology in the ICD-10-CM coding manual

Assigning ICD-10-CM codes based on the Official Guidelines for Coding and Reporting

Module 3: Introduction to CPT; Evaluation and Management Services

Categories of CPT codes

Common symbols and terms used in the CPT manual

Assigning evaluation and management codes by category and level

Assigning evaluation and management–specific modifiers (e.g., -24, -25, -57)

Module 4: Coding Anesthesia Services

Types of anesthesia

Assigning CPT codes for anesthesia services when provided by an anesthesiologist or someone other than an anesthesiologist

Physical status modifiers and qualifying circumstance add-on codes

Module 5: Introduction to Surgery Coding and Coding Integumentary Procedures

Identifying "separate procedures" and when they are reported

Assigning surgical modifiers correctly

Assigning CPT codes for:

Excision of benign and malignant lesions

Closures (simple, intermediate, and complex)

Mohs surgeries

Adjacent tissue transfers

Breast procedures

Module 6: Coding Musculoskeletal Procedures

Identifying the anatomy of the spine

Assigning CPT codes for:

Fracture care

Spinal arthrodesis

Reporting a CPT code for the application of a cast

Module 7: Coding Respiratory Procedures

Assigning CPT codes for:

Nasal endoscopic procedures



Module 8: Coding Cardiovascular Procedures

Assigning CPT codes for:

Pacemaker and defibrillator insertion and replacement

Coronary artery bypass grafting

Aneurysm repairs

Central venous access devices

Module 9: Coding Digestive System Procedures

Assigning CPT codes for:

Tonsillectomies and adenoidectomies

Digestive system and endoscopic procedures

Hernia repairs

Module 10: Coding Urinary/Genital System, Obstetrics, and Endocrine Procedures

Assigning CPT codes for:

Open and endoscopic procedures in the urinary system

Open and endoscopic procedures in the male genital system

Hysterectomies and tubal ligations

Maternity care and delivery services

Abortion procedures

Module 11: Coding Nervous System Procedures

Assigning CPT codes for:

Craniectomy/craniotomy procedures

Skull base surgeries

Injection procedures involving the spinal cord/spine


Module 12: Coding Eye, Ocular, and Auditory Procedures

Assigning CPT codes for:

Cataract extractions

Procedures to treat and prevent retinal detachments

Strabismus surgeries

Procedures involving the auditory system

Module 13: Coding Radiology Services

Use of contrast in radiological procedures and when the administration of the contrast is separately reportable

Assigning CPT codes for:

Diagnostic radiology procedures

Radiation therapy services

Nuclear medicine services

Interventional radiology procedures

Module 14: Coding Pathology and Laboratory Services

Identifying the use of "panels" in reporting for diagnostic laboratory procedures

Distinguishing between a qualitative screening vs. a quantitative screening

Assigning CPT codes for:

Diagnostic laboratory services

Surgical pathology, including consults during surgery

Module 15: Coding Medicine Services

Assigning CPT codes for:

Supply and administration of vaccine/toxoids

Psychotherapy services

Dialysis services

Ophthalmological services

Cardiac catheterizations, percutaneous coronary angioplasties, and stent insertion procedures

Injection and infusion services

Module 16: HCPCS II Coding

Assigning HCPCS Level II codes and applicable modifiers

Course Agenda/Outline subject to change.


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