HIT 250: Medical Coding Practicum
This practicum is the capstone course in the Medical Coding Certificate program. Students will function as student interns (not as employees) in host physicians' offices or healthcare facilities and will apply their skills in classification and coding of diseases and procedures and perform other related coding functions. The students' work will be supervised by WCC instructor(s) as well as healthcare office/facility staff.
Level I Prereq: Academic Reading and Writing Levels of 6; HIT 205, HIT 215, HIT 223, HIT 224, CMC 121
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