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Looking for free coding services


Angelina Woodruff Bronx, NY

Hello Everyone!

My name is Angelina Woodruff. I just recently became certified as a medical biller and coder in May 2022. I don’t have a lot of experience as a medical coder and was seeking either free or low cost tutoring services to help me become more proficient in my new field.

Any suggestions and assistance is kindly appreciated.


Angelina G. W.

1 July 2022 6 replies Education & Training



Richard Filippi Rye, NY

Also look up "medical coder" on LinkedIn as it will show you those people in the field, which you can reach out for advice. Also, there will be opportunities posted.
Also look up
Best of luck and let all who have provided feedback how it goes.


Richard Filippi Rye, NY

I agree with Duks's advice also did you see this person on LinkedIn?
They, maybe able to assist in your pursuit. is a powerful networking device that can assist in career growth & development.
One final question, do you ever come to Rye Playland?


Duke Khadan Sawh Keyport, NJ

Hi Angelina
Congrats on your recent training accomplishments.
One non conventional method to look for work at that level is to call around to HR offices or visit the local hospitals and do some informal inquiries. as you live in a huge metropolitan area with many hospitals, as one source You've probably done research on the internet and LinkedIn is also a great source in which potential jobs are offered to you.

Best Wishes.


Jerry Welsh Middleville, MI

Dr Hank's suggestion is great. You might want to investigate larger physician offices that do their own billing. In seeking information you may find an organization willing to send you to an up date on the current ICDM if you agree to work for them for a guaranteed period of time. People wanting to work and stay for any length of time are a hot commodity. All areas including healthcare are suffering from a significant lack of employees, who are willing to work and stick around for more than a week. Thanks for your service and God Bless.


Henry ("Dr. Hank") Stevens Fort Lauderdale, FL

Ask for an "INFORMATIONAL INTERVIEW" with the Business Office Manager of your local hospital - or two!


Richard Byrne Hillsborough, NJ

You could go to the community tab on the ACP website.
Click on the Advisors tab
In the "Refine By" pull down box, select Healthcare
Look through the descriptions of advisors, don't forget to click "Show More"
Message advisors as appropriate.

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