I have been a medical coder for 5 years now and have worked various jobs in the industry and have found through my experience that I really enjoy the entire aspect of the office side of medical visits-from transcription to billing. Tonight I went to a seminar put on by a company 'at-home professions' that is basically an online curriculum that promises to teach you all you need to know about the four areas of this interest-transcription, coding, billing and medical document editing-or a 'healthcare documentation program' as they put it. They say it is designed to provide you with the education and skills needed to help change your course of practice to a home-based position. Does anyone have any experience with this specific program-good or bad that could offer me some advice. After 5 years of coding I find myself frustrated and ready to quit because I am in a rural area that every position I have held seems to be an aggravated mess of trying to show the importance of proper coding procedures and protocols while hitting brick walls with the members of staff who have been doing it their way for 30 years and don't understand the need to change with the times. It sounds like a good program to me but I want to make sure it isn't one of those 'too good to be true' scenarios. Thanks in advance!