Medical Coder/Biller Program ImageThe healthcare industry needs knowledgeable medical coders

Certified and knowledgeable medical coders are in high demand. Let NFCC help you train to become a nationally certified medical billing and coding professional.

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Train for a rewarding career in healthcare

NFCC’s Medical Coder/Biller program prepares students to enter the workforce as trained medical coding and billing professionals.

Medical billing and coding professionals specialize in coding patients’ medical information for billing purposes in a variety of settings such as hospitals, physicians’ offices, medical clinics, nursing homes and insurance companies.

Students are introduced to anatomy and physiology, medical terminology, International Classifications of Diseases (ICD-10), Current Procedural Terminology (CPT), and reimbursement methodologies.


National Level Certification

NFCC’s Biller/Coder Certificate Program prepares students for the Certified Coding Associate (CCA®) exam offered by the American Health Information Management Association (AHIMA). Once the credential is acquired, students can enter the healthcare profession as a certified coder. The CCA® credential distinguishes coders by exhibiting commitment and demonstrating coding competencies across all settings.


Complete Training in One Year

  • Learn Health Informatics & Information Management
  • Become Proficient in ICD-10 & CPT Coding Systems
  • Learn How to Complete, Submit, Renew and Resubmit Claims for Payment
  • Prepare to take the Certified Coding Associate (CCA®) exam

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New student applications are accepted year-round

  • Classes Begin: Classes begin in August (Fall Term) each year
  • Program Length: Program may be completed in less than one year; spans Fall, Spring & Summer Term
  • Apply Now: Applications accepted at any time; early registration encouraged

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Program Costs and Financial Aid Opportunities

  • Program requirements and costs may change depending upon criteria established by the Florida Department of Education. Contact the program coordinator for most current information.
  • The program meets federal financial standards. Please contact NFCC Financial Aid at 850-973-1621 or financialaid@nfcc.edu for more information on financial aid opportunities.
  • The NFCC Foundation, Inc. offers scholarship opportunities to eligible students. Contact the NFCC Foundation at 850-973-9423 or foundation@nfcc.edu for more information.

Admission, program and degree requirements are subject to change. Contact the NFCC Medical Coder/Biller Certificate Program coordinator or NFCC Admissions for the most current information.