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  1. While in college seeking a career path, a friend encouraged Halee Garner to enroll in an entry level medical coding class. She didn't know a thing about medical coding, but took the leap of faith. Her decision has led to a love of the business of healthcare and an unexpected career. Listen to Halee tell her story on this edition of #iamaapc.
  2. Join us as AAPC's Director of Curriculum, Katherine Abel, talks about 2023 code updates and the work involved in updating curriculum and exams each year.
  3. Join us as the AAPCCA Board of Directors talks about what's happening with local chapters. We also discuss who newly certified coders can get their first job.
  4. Rita Fae Aulbach-Emira has a long list of credentials under her belt, including BA, AS, Dip.HCT, Dip. MLT, LMP, IPHM, Cert. Hom, Cert. NatMed, COC, CPC, CPCO, CDEI, CDEO, CPB, CPMA, CPPM, CRC, CEDC, CEMC, CGSC, CPCD, CRHC, CMSP, CCA, CMCS, CBCS, AAPC Approved Instructor, Certified Melanoma Educator. However, her first position in the business of healthcare was as a medical scribe. It was not the dream medical coding job she had hoped for, but it provided her with a launch pad to build the career of her dreams. Listen to her share her story on this episode of #iamaapc.
  5. Jaci Kipreos, Rhonda Buckholtz, and Christopher Chandler from AAPC's Education Committee join us on Social Hour to discuss what goes into finding the perfect topics and speakers for AAPC conferences.
  6. Pam Brooks, MHA, CPC, COC, PCS, AAPC Fellow could have never imagined that her career in healthcare would become what it is. She has decades of revenue cycle experience and has served professionals around the country as a member of AAPC local chapter presidencies, a member of the AAPCCA Board of Directors, and on the National Advisory Board. Listen to Pam tell her story in this edition of #iamaapc.
  7. Join us as we speak with Corella Lumpkins, CPC, CPCO, CPB, CPC-I, CHC, CCS, CCS-P and Becky Strom, CPC, COC, CPCO, CPC-H, MCS-P, AHIMA-Approved ICD-10-CM/PCS Trainer from AAPC's National Advisory Board.
  8. Bridgett Wilson takes her studies seriously. It showed when she passed AAPC's rigorous Certified Professional Coder certification exam on her first try. Bridgett hopes to use her medical coding skills to help provide her way through college, where she plans on studying pediatric dentistry. Watch her tell her story on this edition of I Am AAPC.
  9. Join us as we speak with members of AAPCCA's Board of Directors as they talk about the different committees within the board and how they help local chapter officers across the globe.
  10. Join us as we speak with AAPC Documentation Advisory Committee members, Melissa Kirshner, CPC, CDEO, CRC, CPC-I, CFPC and Kelly Shew, Kelly Shew, RHIA, CPC, CDEO, CPB, CPCO, CPMA, CRC, CPPM, CPC-I. In this broadcast we talk about the committee's upcoming webinar, Ask & Learn: The ICD-10-CM Guidelines. We also tackle your questions about earning CEUs, finding your first job, and more.
  11. In this episode of AAPC Social, Lisa Livingston and Rita Genovese from the AAPC National Advisory Board join us. They share their favorite tips to help you get your dream job (or your first job). Lisa and Rita also talk about AAPC's mentorship program.
  12. Monica Alexander relied on one of AAPC's social media groups for guidance as she navigated her way through her medical coding studies. She now gives back to the community by helping others jump start their careers in the business of healthcare.
  13. Join us as we speak with AAPC President, Bevan Erickson. In our discussion we talk about the challenges AAPC faced during the pandemic, future plans for the organization, and more.
  14. Listen in as former AAPC National Advisory Board President Jaci Kipreos, CPC, COC, CDEO, CPMA, CRC, CPC-I, CEMC. Jaci talks are current role on AAPC committees, auditor salaries and more.
  15. For Elcilene Moseley, CPC, CCS, medical coding was love at first sight. Over the last 14 years she has experienced several different roles within revenue cycle management, but nothing can take away her passion for coding. Listen to Elcilene tell her story on this episode of #iamaapc.

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