LS Coding & Education Provides Gateway to Booming Job Market

April 04, 2014 (PRLEAP.COM) Education News
Tucson, AZ For individuals looking for job mobility and financial independence, a career in medical coding can provide a bright future. According to labor experts, demand for medical coders is set to expand greatly as an aging population and the digitization of medical records creates a greater need for their services. Getting quality medical coding classes from LS Coding & Education can put you on your way to a great career.

According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, job opportunities for medical coding professionals will grow by 20 percent by 2018. The BLS says the median salary for medical coders is $16.42 per hour. The aging Baby Boomer population, along with a move to electronic record-keeping in medicine, will greatly increase the need for medical coding professionals capable of entering accurate, properly formatted information, thus creating a spike in the demand for medical coders. Because of the high demand for medical coders and the ubiquitous presence of the health care industry throughout the nation, a trained professional can find a job in just about any community in the US.

LS Coding & Education can provide the training you need to get AAPC coding certification the professional credential you need to become a professional coder. Our coding classes are available in a traditional classroom format or through distance learning options. With our coding classes, most students can become certified medical coders in about six months.

LS Coding & Education can help you obtain the training you need to succeed in a growing career field. To learn more, visit or call 866-737-3701.

About LS Coding & Education
LS Coding & Education provides traditional and distance learning options for individuals seeking AAPC certification. Our distance learning option provides an interactive, engaging experience for our non-traditional learners, providing a quality learning experience. Our courses can help people new to the coding field and folks returning for continuing education.

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