Medical Billing & Coding 

Medical Billing and Coding Preparation Center

vivian washington CPC COC CPCI.jpgMedical Billing and Coding Preparation Center, LLC (MBCPC, LLC) was established to prepare those individuals who are serious about a rewarding career in professional medical coding and billing.

We are dedicated to preparing individuals to for the certification process. The instructor have over 28 years of insurance, billing and coding experience and is an American Academy of Professional Coders (AAPC) approved instructor and ICD-10-CM Trainer as well as an AHIMA Approved ICD-10-CM/PCS Trainer.

Mission Statement

To equip each individual with knowledge of the regulations, policies and guidelines needed for certification and career advancement in professional medical coding and billing.

What We Offer

Small classes for individualized attention.

Coding preparation, which is based on the Professional Medical Coding Curriculum of the American Academy of Professional Coders (AAPC), class attendance and participation, homework, quizzes and exams.

This course is for those who are interested in learning medical coding, basic anatomy and medical terminology becoming certified in medical coding. The course runs approximately 18 weeks and is held on Saturdays. After successful completion of the course, individuals will receive a certificate of completion and are eligible to take the national (CPC) exam administered by the American Academy of Professional Coder (AAPC).

Medical Coder vs Biller - What's The Difference?

Medical Coders review and analyze what a medical professional (i.e. physician and other healthcare providers) document in the patient's medical chart during an encounter (visit) with the patient. The coder then accurately translate the written documentation into alphanumeric procedural and diagnosis codes for insurance reimbursement.

Medical Billers prepares the coded documentation for insurance reimbursement. A biller duties may include posting insurance payments and copays from patients, follow-up on outstanding claims, appealing denied claims and follow-up on past due patient accounts.


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