OS2U Training and Development Center (OS2U) was founded in 2015. Our goal is to coach coding professionals compliant coding practices.
OS2U’s affordable, comprehensive medical coding training program is designed for certified and noncertified medical coders. We are an AAPC approved education provider which gives us access to the most current resources to prepare students to successfully pass their coding certification exams. As an added bonus we have incorporated AHIMA domains and tools in our training to provide our students a well rounded curriculum in medical coding.
Our 2-year onsite program offered to Bell County students interested in the career field of medical coding.
Our online self-paced certification courses are offered online and available to anyone looking to become certified.
Our practicums are simulated charts and guideline to provide students with skills needed to master proficiency in risk adjustment coding.
Designed to prepare you to sit for certification exams with confidence, our intensive courses delve into the material to reinforce comprehension and retention and range from 240 hours of course time.
Instructors and staff are available to provide technical assistance and support during regular business hours. Students, however, have 24-hour access to post questions.
The Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA) is designed to help job seekers access employment, education, training and support services to succeed in the labor market, and to match employers with the skilled workers they need to compete in the global economy.
Medical coding standards have become increasingly complex. Regulations and requirements with the current healthcare delivery system are our expertise!
OS2’s certified instructors are available on Facebook, by email or phone to answer questions, advise, coach and provide encouragement should you need it at any time.
Students need personal connection with instructors. Webinars via GoToMeeting facilitate student-instructor engagement. All students are invited to participate.