About Us

Come experience the revolution that’s driving better coding and compliance. Our mission is to help physician practices, hospitals, billing companies, payers, consultants, third party vendors, and health systems ethically maximize reimbursements and revenue. CodingCon has been delivering highly rated education in annual and biannual conferences since 1998. Powered by The Coding Institute and run by education and coding authorities Jen Godreau, BA, CPC, CPMA, CPEDC, and Beth Rich Martin, BS, COC (CPC-H), CodingCon learning is primed by experts to make a real impact on your practice or organization. This highly popular event brings medical coders, providers, office managers, auditors, educators, and compliance officers the industry’s most practical, specialty-specific education. We design our sessions to improve coding, billing, compliance, and documentation. More than 80 percent of attendees return each year to learn practical information.

This year nationally recognized experts, such as Jill Young, CPC, CEDC, CIMC, and Marvel Hammer, RN, BS, CPC, CCS-P, ACS-PM, CPCO, will share best strategies, real world scenarios, and exclusive insights to help attendees avoid top coding and compliance pitfalls, understand upcoming trends and regulatory changes, and implement essential documentation improvement and payment-protecting practices. Attendees can stay energized and successfully grasp and retain the valuable education as CodingCon uses the best learning retention methods including directed discussions, small group activities, attendee teaching, and even movement — the fastest cognitive neurobehavioral learning method.

Join us in 2015 to gain expertise in one of 10+ medical specialty, multispecialty, or practice management tracks. From CPT® 2016 to ICD-10, each conference track explores a specific specialty or area in-depth, with advice and examples tailored to the area of focus. Attendees are free to customize their own agendas, choosing the sessions that impact them most. CodingCon offers ICD-10 advanced training in traditional multispecialty coverage, targeted specialty-specific tracks, and kinesiology (movement-based learning) anatomic sessions. Come before the main conference and stay after to explore basic and advanced topics in four-hour workshops.

Many practices and systems send multiple attendees to share in the event’s learning opportunities. Physicians, office managers, nonphysician practitioners, coders, and billers gain synergy by co-studying coding and revenue cycle improvement strategies. Nurse practitioners and AAPC-credentialed coders can earn up to 18 CMEs/CEUs by attending pre-, post-, and main conference events.