"What Is Coding & Understanding The Difference Between CCA, CCS, CPC"

A PowerPoint presentation by Julie Shay, Program Director to help students understand differences of credentials.

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Florida CIP: 0317050607
SFC Program Code: 6592

The Medical Information Coder/Biller certificate is a 37 credit hour program. Coding professionals provide reliable and valid information for reimbursement and research. Hospitals or medical providers report coded data to insurance companies or the government for reimbursement of their expenses. New coders who earn the coding credential will demonstrate their competency in the field.

Coding professionals work in a multitude of settings throughout the healthcare industry including hospitals, physician offices and clinics, long-term care facilities, insurance companies, government agencies and home care providers.

Students may continue their education by pursing the Health Information Technology A.S. degree.

Upon completion of the certificate, students are eligible to take a national coding certification exam.

Program Highlights:

  • This program is available on campus or 98% on-line; proctored testing requirements apply.

Intended Competencies and Outcomes:

Program Grids/Suggested Course Sequence:

Certificate Application

Technical Standards For Students In The HIT Program

The goal of the Santa Fe College‘s Health Information Technology (HIT) Program is to prepare students for the practice of the profession of health information technology.

  • Click here to read the complete Technical Standards For Students In The HIT Program document.