Medical Coding and Billing (ICD-10 and ICD-11)


This course covers medical terminology, knowledge of body systems, and how to select the correct diagnosis and procedure codes. This course will also teach you how to complete billing guidelines needed to submit claims to insurance companies and receive payment. This course covers the objectives needed to pass the ICD 10/11 certification exam.

20  Training Hours
58 Videos
4  Topics
76 Practice Questions

As a Certified Coding Specialist (CCS), you are an expert in medical coding and billing. You will assign precise codes to any diagnoses, procedures, or services that healthcare providers offer their patients - this is essential for documenting the patient’s health history as well as allowing insurance companies to process claims. Your expertise allows medical coding professionals like yourself to become invaluable assets for all involved parties. With successful completion of this online course, you will be on your way to becoming a certified coding specialist.

Online Medical Billing Course Includes

  • Copies of all slides used in course
  • Flashcards
  • Practice exam questions/test
  • Earning a certificate of completion is your first step to becoming a Medical Coding Specialist


Wendy Bell Our Complete Anatomy, ICD, CPT, and Medical Billing course encompasses everything Medical Coder students need to know to successfully pass the test required to secure relevant employment in the healthcare field and become a Medical Coding Specialists.

Description of Medical Billing Course and Clinical Concepts

This Medical Billing course provides students with crucial information about medical terminology, body systems, correct diagnosis, procedure codes, cluster coding, and billing guidelines for submitting to insurance companies. Additionally, it covers ICD 11 Codes for medical coding and billing. Medical Coder students with experience with the ICD-10-CM Code set and ICD-11 codes will have a better chance of securing job opportunities in the healthcare industry. This online medical coding course lays the groundwork for successful medical billing and coding. Anatomy and Medical Terminology are among the foundations, providing you with the right foundational building blocks to produce accurate codes and avoid errors.

In the Anatomy Module, you'll learn about each body system and how to use medical language, including root words, prefixes and suffixes. There will also be emphasis on essential medical conditions. ICD and CPT Modules include the history of coding and outpatient guidelines meaning of codes (such as diagnosis codes, extension codes, or codes for diseases) to code medical documentation for medical records properly. We go through each chapter of the manual step by step, reviewing operative reports and diagrams to properly link a condition, such as common diseases, to the correct Code.

Medical billing and reimbursement modules cover federal compliance rules and regulations, as well as step by step on the flow from the initial patient visit to receiving a check from insurance or the patient. In addition to the course modules, learners will have access to a multitude of flashcards, diagrams, charts and hands-on practice with coding examples from real life scenarios. As you progress through the course at your own speed, you can still enjoy a personal learning experience without having to be in an actual classroom. Successful completion of our Medical Coding and Billing course will ensure you have the skills to enter one of the fastest-growing fields as a Certified Coding Specialist.

Completing the course to become a Certified Coding Specialist will give you valuable knowledge.

  • Demonstrate knowledge of function and structure of the human body
  • Understand common disorders that occur within various body systems for diagnostic coding
  • Understand and apply diagnostic for ICD-10 coding and ICD-11coding
  • Understand and apply procedure coding (CPT)
  • Understand the use of appropriate modifiers and impact on clinical documentation
  • Apply billing concepts used to pay claims and work insurance denials
  • Creating and using code clusters for electronic health records accurately and efficiently
  • Update and maintain medical records while reducing ICD-10 coding and ICD-11 Coding errors

Medical Coding and Billing is intended for any student who wishes to enter the healthcare field or improve skills needed to receive accreditation to become a medical coder as a Certified Coding Specialist.

ICD 10 & 11 Medical Coding and Billing Course Outline

Module 1: Anatomy
  •    Module 1 Workbook
  •    1.1 Introduction
  •    1.2 Human Body
  •    1.3 Skin
  •    1.4 Bones, Muscles and Joints
  •    1.5 Heart and Blood Vessels
  •    1.6 Lungs
  •    1.7 Stomach, Intestines and Colon
  •    1.8 Kidney, Bladder, Prostate and More
  •    1.9 Uterus, Ovaries and Female Parts
  •    1.10 Eye
  •    1.11 Glands
  •    1.12 Ear, Nose and Throat
  •    1.13 Blood
  •    1.14 Immune
  •    1.15 Brain and Spinal Cord
Module 2: Diagnosis Coding
  •    Module 2 Workbook
  •    2.1 Overview of ICD
  •    2.2 Outpatient Guidelines
  •    2.3 Infectious and Parasitic
  •    2.4 Neoplasms
  •    2.5 Diseases of the Blood and Blood Organs
  •    2.6 Endocrine, Nutritional and Metabolic Diseases
  •    2.7 Mental and Behaviroal Health
  •    2.8 Pregnancy, Childbirth and the Puerperium
  •    2.9 Conditions Originating in Perinatal Period
  •    2.10 Symptoms, Signs and Abnormal Clinical and Laboratory Findings
  •    2.11 Injury, Poisoning and Certain Other External Causes
  •    2.12 Diseases of the Skin and Subcutaneous Tissue
  •    2.13 External Causes of Morbidity
  •    2.14 Factors Influencing Health
  •    2.15 Circulatory System
  •    2.16 Eye
  •    2.17 Respiratory
  •    2.18 Digestive
Module 3: Procedure Coding
  •    Module 3 Workbook
  •    3.1 Evaluation and Management part 1
  •    3.1 Evaluation and Management part 2
  •    3.1 Evaluation and Management part 3
  •    3.1 Evaluation and Management part 4
  •    3.2 Anesthesia
  •    3.3 Modifiers
  •    3.4 Surgery part 1
  •    3.4 Surgery part 2
  •    3.4 Surgery part 3
  •    3.5 Radiology
  •    3.6 Pathology
  •    3.7 OB/GYN
  •    3.8 Physical Medicine part 1
  •    3.8 Physical Medicine part 2
  •    3.9 HCPCS
  •    3.10 Diving Into Coding part 1
  •    3.10 Diving Into Coding part 2
  •    3.10 Diving Into Coding part 3
  •    3.11 NCCI, MUE and GME
  •    3.12 CAT Codes
Module 4: Billing Guidelines and Practices
  •    Module 4 Workbook
  •    4.1 HIPAA, Compliance and Reimbursement part 1
  •    4.1 HIPAA, Compliance and Reimbursement part 2
  •    4.1 HIPAA, Compliance and Reimbursement part 3
  •    4.1 HIPAA, Compliance and Reimbursement part 4
  •    4.2 The Next Steps
Medical Coding and Billing (ICD-10 and ICD-11)


This course covers medical terminology, knowledge of body systems, and how to select the correct diagnosis and procedure codes. This course will also teach you how to complete billing guidelines needed to submit claims to insurance companies and receive payment. This course covers the objectives needed to pass the ICD 10/11 certification exam.

Related Courses


This comprehensive course is specifically tailored to explore the full scope of teaching in an online setting. As it has only been recently integrated into most school systems, many educators find themselves abruptly facing unprecedented online classes before they have had proper time to adjust and become prepared. Now more than ever, instructors from all levels are required to instruct content virtually, while even traditional learning scenarios demand vital digital integration.


ICD-10-CM is an advanced version of the diagnostic system developed by the World Health Organization, ICD-10. It has been modified to better suit U.S. healthcare standards with meticulous detail for morbidity classification and diagnostics specificity.


The International Classification of Diseases (ICD) is the premier system for categorizing diseases across the world. In order to meet American medical needs, NCHS developed ICD-9-CM as an adaption; this code is utilized in accord with hospital outpatient and physician office visits within United States boundaries.


This course will provide you with the essentials needed to become a successful Scrum Master. Not only are you able to apply your knowledge of the values and practices, but go above and beyond that of typical project managers. Rather than taking on an authoritative role in a team, Scrum Masters act as “servant leaders” – someone who guides their teams through all stages of understanding how to use Scrum framework successfully, thus increasing chances for total success within any project they take part in.


25% OFF

Sign up for updates, discounts, and more.