The classes are designed to cover all aspects of Medicine. The classes will cover the important topics that are the major components of Medical Coding and Billing: The Business of Medicine, Medical Teminology and Anatomy, Introduction to ICD-10-CM, Introduction to CPT, Surgery Guidelines, HCPCS Level II, and Modifiers. After lookiing at the key components of the buisness of medicine, we will turn our focus on a thorough examination of the organ systems: Integumentary ; Musculoskeletal ; Respiratory, Hemic n Lymphatic, Systems: Mediastinum, and Diagphragm; Cardiovascular; Digestive; Urinary and Male Genital; Female Reproductive; Endocrine and Nervous; Eye and Ocular Adnexa, and Auditory. The ancillary components that are required to assess and treat conditions: Anesthesia; Radiology; Pathology and Laboratory. The initial and ongoing clinical notes will be addressed looking at the various guidelines: 1995, 1997 and 2021; The final phase of the curriculum will look into all the services that comprise Medicine. The journey is real and requires your dedicated. The joy is in the journey - participate and excel or procrastinate and fall behind. No hostages will make it to the national examination by AAPC. Only the best need apply.
The Endocrine System is a series of ductless glands that secret hormones directly into the blood. These hormones target specfic organs and help the body to maintain homeostasis
Osteology is the branch of anatomy that deals with the detail analysis of structure, function, and diseases of the skeletal elements. It constitutes the bony structure of the body.
The Integumentary System is composed of the common integument (or skin) and its appendages. The skin covers the body and proves to be an effective barrier to most harmful chemicals that can cause damage to our internal body system.
The respiratory system, or respiratory tract, is responsible for the exchange of oxygen and carbon dioxide between the air we breathe and blood. It can be divided into the upper anbd lower respiratory tracts. The upper tract consists of the nose, nasal cavity, sinuses, larynx, and trachea, and the lower tract consist of the bronchi and the lungs.
The Circulatory System is the human vascular system comprises a series of tubes (i.e., vessels) that travel in almost all parts of the human body. It is categorized into the blood vascular system and the lymphatiuc vascular system.
The digestive system, or digestive tract, is responsible for breaking food down into nutrients that can be readily absorbed into the bloodstream. The diigestive tract begins at the mouth and ends at the anus. Many accessory glands suppor the digestive tract and secrete enyzmes for digestion.
The male reproductive system includes the external genitalia, and accessory ducts and glands, that function to procreate offspring.
The female reproductive system includes the external genitalia, and acessory glands, that function to procreate offspring.
Eyes are regarded as organs of sight. The eyelids and eye lashes serve to protect the eyes from foreign objects. Blinking of the eyelids lubricates the surface of the ey by spreading tears that are produced by the lacrimal gland. The external, inner, and middle ear contain the organs of hearing and balance.