COVID-19 Information for AAOMS Members: Updates and Resources

Coding & Billing Courses

The series of AAOMS coding and billing courses provides oral and maxillofacial surgeons and their staff with the necessary tools to achieve coding compliance and attain optimal reimbursement while preventing fraud and abuse. AAOMS in-person coding workshops are limited to AAOMS members and their staff. AAOMS online coding and billing courses are now open to other dental professionals when sponsored by an AAOMS member.

Coding and Billing for the OMS

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Coding and Billing for the Practice

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AAOMS allied staff members are eligible for a discounted course registration fee. For more information on AAOMS allied staff membership visit the Membership Categories page.

Basic Coding
Beyond the Basics Coding Workshop
Live In-Person
ICD-10-CM for OMS
Medical Terminology and Oral Facial Anatomy 101
Medicare 101 for the OMS
OMS Billing


Registration for the online courses is final. No refunds will be granted for online courses. AAOMS will allow only one 30-day extension of a registrant’s access to an online coding course upon written request up to 10 days prior to expiration of the registrant’s access. Requests for extension within 10 days of expiration or thereafter will require a $100 reactivation fee. Once an extension is granted, the username and password will expire upon completion of the online course OR at the end of the 30 day extension period. This re-registration fee applies only to registrations made within the last year.

Non-member registration for the online courses is final. No refunds will be granted for online courses. No deadline extensions for online courses will be granted to dental professionals other than AAOMS members and their staff.

Continuing Education Credit

All coding courses are approved for continuing medical and dental education credit. Credit also is available for American Health Information Management Association (AHIMA)* and American Academy of Professional Coders coding certification. It is the intent and stated policy of the AAOMS Committee on Healthcare Policy, Coding and Reimbursement (CHPCR) that doctors are ultimately responsible for accurate coding. Therefore, it is strongly encouraged doctors participate or attend the courses with their coding and billing staff. (*Only the in-person Beyond the Basics Coding course is approved for AHIMA coding certification.)

Visit CEonline.AAOMS.org for course details and registration.