Libman Education offers training to ensure that the coders of today are prepared to meet the challenges of the changing health care workplace: foundational studies; ICD-10-CM, ICD-10-PCS, and CPT coding; assessments; and coding credential prep. View quick list of all courses >
Anatomy & Physiology for Coders provides comprehensive and complete review of major body systems, plus additional bonus content of particular value to coders including disease processes, selected medical terminology, frequently prescribed drugs, and commonly ordered laboratory tests. Anatomy & Physiology for Coders provides the foundational knowledge essential for medical record coding.
Designed to prepare students for a career in coding, Principles of Health Information Management provides an introduction to the HIM function in hospitals including the structure and use of health information, health record data management, health record documentation, healthcare delivery systems, and regulatory and compliance issues.
Practical Coding Experience is designed to provide students with hands-on experience in the field of medical coding. Students will perform actual tasks as a coder, assigning diagnosis and procedure codes to various types of patient records in both the outpatient setting and inpatient setting: everything from simple doctor visits, to emergency room, to inpatient stays. Hands on experience entails applying codes to case studies that include (but are not limited to) Discharge Summaries, Operative Notes, and History and Physicals (H&Ps).
Understanding Anatomy and Physiology is foundational to medical record coding. This assessment consists of 120 questions covering 12 body systems.
Understanding medical terminology is foundational to medical record coding. The Medical Terminology Assessment is designed to measure familiarity with medical terminology and identify areas of strengths and opportunities for improvement.