An elastohydrodynamic lubrication (EHL) model for coated surfaces in point contacts has been developed by combining the elastic deformation formulation for the coated surfaces with an EHL model. Inverse fast Fourier transform (IFFT) is employed first to obtain the influence coefficients (ICs) from the frequency response function (FRF). The subsequent calculation of elastic deformation is performed using the efficient algorithm of discrete convolution and fast Fourier transform (DC-FFT). The coating EHL model is verified by the comparison to available numerical results. The effects of coating on lubrication under various loads, speeds, rheological models, and pressure-viscosity behaviors are numerically investigated. Similar to the observations from dry contact, stiffer coatings in EHL tend to reduce the nominal contact radius but increase the maximum contact pressure, and vice versa for more compliant coatings. However, as coating thickness increases, the influence of coatings on film thickness, including the central and the minimum film thicknesses, does not follow a monotonic variation, and therefore, cannot be predicted by any simple film thickness equation. The reason for that is the pressure viscosity effect which tends to counterbalance the effect of coating. The average friction coefficient in lubricant film increases in stiff coating cases but decreases for compliant coating cases. Furthermore, two possible approaches to improving the minimum film thickness thus reducing friction and wear in mixed lubrication are indicated: a thin stiff coating for conventional EHL and a thick compliant coating for soft EHL.