ICD-10 Coding Frequently Asked Questions

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There are no prerequisites for taking this course. However, the content and instruction methods assume that the student has a working knowledge of medical terminology and anatomy and physiology.

The course is contained completely online which means you don't have to travel to a testing location to take exams. Complete all coursework and tests from any computer with an Internet connection.

Tests are not timed. However, you will automatically be logged out of the course after 15 minutes of inactivity.

This course is self-paced and several factors determine how long the course will take to complete. Some of the factors include how fast you read, how familiar you are with the subject and your determination to finish the course. An average student will take 2-3 hours to complete each chapter. Some students have completed this course in a few weeks while others have taken the full year.

Certificates are mailed within 2-3 business days of completion of the course evaluation. To request expedited shipping for your certificate, simply call our offices at 888.658.6641 or send your request using our contact form.

Yes, upon successful completion of the course students are issued a CEU certificate as well as a letter stating their percentage and the letter grade equivalent.

Your overall grade is determined by an average of the graded exams and activities within the course. Each chapter contains two quizzes that will count towards your grade. To successfully complete the course, students must achieve an average score of 70% or higher.

This is dependent on your employer or program; we tell students to check with them first if they are concerned. You can tell your employer or program that this program meets AAPC guidelines for 20.0 Continuing Education Units (CEUs). If you need to present a description of the course and accreditation information, you can download a printable course outline.

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For optimum performance, the computer you are using to take this course should meeting the following requirements:

Operating System

PC

  • Windows 7
  • Windows 8, 8.1
  • Windows 10

Mac

  • OSX 10.9 - 10.11
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  • Chrome (current version or prior one)
  • Internet Explorer 11

Mac

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  • Chrome (current version or prior one)
  • Safari 7.x and above
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Popups

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Flash

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JavaScript

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The physical textbook is not required since an eBook version of the complete text is contained within the online course. However, you will need access to the coding manuals for ICD-10-CM, ICD-10-PCS, HCPCS Level II, and CPT for some exercises and exams.

Corexcel does not offer payment plans but you may be eligible for financing if you use PayPal to pay for the course. PayPal’s "Bill Me Later" option allows you to pay for your course and textbooks over time. They offer a same as cash option if you pay off the balance within a set period of time. For additional information review PayPal’s Bill Me Later Overview. You can apply for Bill Me Later during checkout by selecting PayPal as your payment method.

Due to the nature of online content, we cannot issue full refunds for online course access once a username and password have been issued. Students may receive a partial refund within 15 days of registration due to extraordinary circumstances and based on the following schedule:

ICD-10 Coding Online Course Refund Schedule
  Refundable % Refundable Amount
< 3 days after enrollment 55% $191.40
3-5 days after enrollment 35% $121.80
6-15 days after enrollment 25% $87.00

Refund requests may be made by mail, through our contact form, by fax or by telephone:

Corexcel
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3411 Silverside Road
Wilmington, DE 19810
Phone: 302-477-9730
Toll Free: 888-658-6641
Fax: 302-477-9744

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ICD-10 Online Course Description