Chicago, IL (PRWEB) May 31, 2012
Medical coding is one of the fastest growing professions in healthcare today and has spurred the interest of thousands. To better serve this ever-growing demand, the Medical Coding Training & Certification Guide website (http://www.medicalcodingtrainingcertification.com) has undergone a series of improvements to provide better service to Internet visitors.
After launching less than a year ago, the site has already seen tremendous growth. What started as a mere handful of articles and minimal traffic, now boasts 50+ pages of information-rich content that receives hundreds of visitors daily. New content is added on a routine basis, and developments in the medical coding profession are followed closely. Visitors can find information about where the best medical coding training can be found and at the most affordable price. A service to a growing industry, the Medical Coding Training & Certification Guide has quickly become a leading resource to an industry projected to grow through 2018.
"It's not enough to just share some interesting facts with people," says Elyse Hartman, owner of the Medical Coding Training & Certification Guide. "Career hopefuls want to know about training opportunities, employment prospects, where the best jobs can be found, the cost of getting certified, and what to be concerned about when making the decision to pursue a career in coding. Visitors have told us what they want to see, and we have responded."
Like most web sites working towards becoming an authority in their space, the Medical Coding Training & Certification Guide actively looks for feedback from visitors. “We welcome input from all our visitors and actively seek suggestions,” says Hartman. Criticism is not something we shy away from and if it helps improve the site’s quality, we have the resources to implement quickly. We want visitors to know that we base a lot of our content and site enhancements on what they tell us. It’s all about helping our visitors navigate the coding profession and that is what we enjoying doing most.”
More information about the tools and resources available for current and aspiring medical coders is available at http://www.medicalcodingtrainingcertification.com. The website is free to use and provides up-to-date and accurate information about the industry.