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ICD-10-CM Workshops Held Every Friday

Register online to attend the one of our Medical Coding Workshops to help you prepare for ICD-10-CM.

The program goals of the Healthcare Office Administration, Health Information Technology, Medical Assisting, and Medical Office Assisting with Medical Billing programs include:

Students must be able to demonstrate the ability to code clinical data as well as successfully pass the industry certification exams. 

To this end, the Coding Club is offering training sessions to prepare currently enrolled students for the transition from ICD-9 to ICD-10.  It will be held every Friday, from 10:00 -12: 00 pm alternately at our Brooklyn Campus: 81 Willoughby Street rm 201, starting on August 1, 2014. If you are interested in this

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PLEASE SUBMIT REGISTRATIONS ONLINE OR IN PERSON TO ATTEND THE THIS WORKSHOP.

For any inquiries, please contact Prof. Zulaybar or Prof. Martinoff.

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