Enrollment Agreement and Disclosure Statement
Please sign and keep a copy for your records.
I have reviewed the syllabus for the course I have selected and understand the fees associated with my enrollment, the structure and content that will be taught in this course, as well as the occupational fields related to its area of study. I have reviewed the MEDESUN return/refund policy associated with this purchase, available on the MEDESUN website.
I understand that the course is for individual use only. I understand that my course start date is considered to be the same date as my course purchase date, and that I must finish the course within the allotted time for each individual course in which I enroll (individual course timeframe listed on syllabus and on course information page of MEDESUN website). I understand that if I do not finish the course in the allotted timeframe I will be cancelled from the course unless I choose to purchase a course extension for 3500 INR per calendar month, per course, for each month after course cancellation. I understand that MEDESUN recommends certain courses or experience level prior to enrollment as noted in the course syllabus (where applicable) and that adhering to these recommendations may determine my successful completion of the course. I understand that I should be beyond the age of compulsory high school attendance and have a minimum of a high school diploma or general education development (GED) certificate.
To maintain a good standing in the course, all students must adhere to the MEDESUN Code of Ethics that ensures high levels of professionalism, integrity and ethical behavior.
Students of MEDESUN shall be dedicated to providing the highest standard of professional coding and billing services to employers, clients and patients. Professional and personal behavior of MEDESUN students must be exemplary.
MEDESUN students shall maintain the highest standard of personal and professional conduct. Students shall respect their coaches, instructors, and MEDESUN staff.
Students shall use only legal and ethical means in all professional dealings and shall refuse to cooperate with, or condone by silence, the actions of those who engage in fraudulent, deceptive or illegal acts.
Students shall respect and adhere to the laws and regulations of the land.
Students shall pursue excellence through continuing education in all areas applicable to their profession.
Students shall strive to maintain and enhance the dignity, status, competence and standards of coding for professional services.
Students shall not exploit professional relationships with patients, employees, clients or employers for personal gain.
This code of ethical standards for students of MEDESUN strives to promote and maintain the highest standard of professional service and conduct among its students. Adherence to these standards assures public confidence in the integrity and service of professional coders who are students of MEDESUN.
Failure to adhere to these ethical standards, as determined by MEDESUN, may result in the loss of enrollment with MEDESUN, and may result in cancellation from an MEDESUN distance learning course. If a student is cancelled from a course, that student may submit a written or verbal appeal to MEDESUN for re-entry into the course.
The institution is not accredited by a regional or national accrediting agency recognized by the United States Department of Education or India.
Completion of an MEDESUN distance learning course or MEDESUN certification does not guarantee job placement. MEDESUN does not participate in job placement. Students may access job boards to search for employment and post resumes in MEDESUN member's area of website.
By purchasing any online course, I hereby attest that the information I have submitted to MEDESUN is true and accurate to the best of my knowledge, and hereby agree to the terms and conditions of MEDESUN as stated herein. No other prior agreement or conditions, verbal, written, or implied, will be honored. I, the undersigned, have read, understand and agree to abide by all the provisions set forth in the foregoing enrollment agreement.