- Learn how to pass the exam
- Learn the reason why people do not pass the exam
- Learn the tips to taking an AAPC Certification exam
- Learn the must knows for the exam
- Learn what to expect on exam day
- Test your knowledge of 50 questions with answers will be given to see if you are ready for exam
This course does not substitute from a comprehensive CPC Online Medical Coding program.
If you are looking to go through an entire Online CPC Medical Coding program you can sign up for our next class that starts the first of the month at Northern California Medical Billing & Coding Institute.
Natasha Miller, MS, RHIA is a leader in health information management and is a Registered Health Information Administrator (RHIA) through AHIMA. She is certified through the American Academy of Professional Coder (AAPC). She holds her Certified Professional Coder certification (CPC), Certified Professional Biller (CPB), Certified Professional Coder – Instructor (CPC-I) and is AAPC Certified ICD-10-CM Trainer. She has over 17 years in healthcare professional combined experience in medical coding, medical records, clinical, teaching provider documentation, medical insurance eligibility, claims adjudication, supervisory, compliance and auditing
Natasha Miller received her Master's of Science degree in Health Information Management (HIM) from The College of St. Scholastica in 2016. She will be sitting for her Registered Health Information Administrator (RHIA). She received her Bachelor of Science degree in Healthcare Management from Walden University in 2012. Natasha Miller also received her Associate of Science degree in Social Sciences from Sacramento City College in 2007. Natasha teaches medical coding and medical billing. She has also taught medical billing, coding, auditing to medical coders in Corporate America. Her experiences also include project management and consulting. Natasha is also an online adjunct instructor for medical billing and coding.
Natasha Miller is a member of the AAPC and AHIMA. Natasha loves to learn and participate in seminars, workshops, and conferences to stay current with health information management and the business of medicine. She has a passion for mentoring new coders and is excited to hear when one of her previous students call to say they have passed their CPC exam.