As with any purchase experience, there are terms and conditions that apply to transactions at RN-Coder Network. We’ll be as brief as our lawyers will allow. The main thing to remember is that by placing an order or making a purchase of RN-Coder Network’s online programs, you agree to the terms set forth below and in our End-User License Agreement. Our programs’ content is unique, not available elsewhere because it is developed for the unique needs of RNs and MDs entering the highly-regulated area of healthcare known as coding, documentation, and compliance.
We fundamentally believe you will be thrilled with the continuing education program(s) you purchased a license to use from RN-Coder Network. That’s because we go out of our way to ensure that they’re designed to be just what you need – self-paced accelerated education on-the-go. Nurses, physicians, other clinical personnel and their employers have used our recorded and online educational programs since 2008 when WebEx made it possible for us to record our live web-casts. We understand, however, that sometimes a program may not be what you expected it to be. In that unlikely event, we invite you to review the following terms before purchasing our program(s), demanding a refund or returning a product. Perhaps you will benefit from attending our live 5-day seminar format of each program, available throughout 2017 in Las Vegas and other cities, such as Los Angeles,San Diego, Kansas City, Portland, Boston, Atlanta.
We are not a huge corporation, with hundreds of employees, offices in skyscrapers, and unlimited resources. The RN-Coder Network supports several families with the sales of its recorded and online programs. We actually pay our mortgages, car payments, and feed our kids with the earnings from these special programs developed and delivered online and in live seminars since 2001.
We are also trying to protect our programs from going to other countries, which would take jobs away from RN-Coders and RN-Auditors in the United States. Please help us keep coding in the United States and not exported abroad like what happened with medical transcription!