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CCS©
- Certified Coding Specialist (Hospital) - Issued by AHIMA. To qualify to sit for this certification exam, you must have a high school diploma. This Coding Training Programs will afford you the necessary education to sit for this exam, and to pass it if you've successfully coded all the reports in our Coding Training Programs, and you have thoroughly retained the information in these programs. Examination fee is $250.
http://www.ahima.org/

CCS-P© - Certified Coding Specialist - Physician Based - Issued by AHIMA. To qualify to sit for this certification exam, you must have a high school diploma. This certification is supported by the Society of Clinical Coding (SCC), and the Ambulatory Care Section (ACS). It is specifically tailored to test the skills of coders serving private and group practices, and other physician-based settings. Examination fee is $250.
http://www.ahima.org/

Registered Medical Manager (RMM©) - Issued by ARHCP. This certification program is designed to increase and test the knowledge of individuals who hold or will hold management/leadership positions in a medical practice. Managers, Administrators, and other leaders are faced with an increasing array of financial, marketing, personnel management, and third-party compliance concerns that require more and more effective management of resources.

Registered Medical Coder (RMC© ) - Issued by ARHCP. This course is recommended for students proficient in medical coding, anatomy, and medical terminology.

Registered Medical Coder Associate (RMC-A© ) Issued by ARHCP. This certification is recommended for students who are new to medical coding.

Certified Medical Coder (CMC)® Issued by PMI is a certification designed for physician-based coding professionals. Experienced individuals, able to demonstrate by exam a superior level of physician-based coding knowledge, are awarded the CMC certification. The certification becomes a currency that validates personal achievement, demonstrates a person's commitment to the profession, improves employer confidence, and can help guard the practice against fraud and abuse.

Certified Medical Office Manager CMOM  Issued by PMI sets you apart from the rest and enhances your value to the practice and profession. Lead your practice to better performance. Certification validates your achievement and demonstrates to others your superior level of knowledge as a Certified Medical Office Manager. More physicians are seeking certified professionals capable of understanding the newest business and regulatory issues.

Certified Medical Insurance Specialist® (CMIS)®  Issued by PMI Every medical office needs an expert in dealing with third party payers. Securing correct and consistent reimbursement revenue goes well beyond simply coding. Certified Medical Insurance Specialist is for those individuals seeking to master the complete reimbursement process, from information gathering, through coding, to challenging and prevailing in claim denial situations.

CPC© - Certified Procedural Coder - Issued by AAPC. This certification covers Medical Terminology, Anatomy, ICD-9 (outpatient rules) E & M, and every section of the CPT manual. Check the website for the current exam fee and the annual membership fee to join the national organization..
http://www.aapc.com

CPC-H© - Certified Procedural Coder/Hospital - Issued by AAPC.  This certification exam goes into more depth where outpatient hospital coding is concerned, .Check the website for the current exam fee and the annual membership fee to join the national organization..

RHIA© - Registered Health Information Administrator - To qualify to sit for this certification exam, you must have a B. A. degree from an accredited Health Information Administration (HIA), a four year college equivalent, usually on campus or in a higher education extension type of facility. http://www.ahima.org/

RHIT© - Registered Health Information Technician - To qualify to sit for this certification exam, you must have an Associates Degree from an accredited Health Information Technology Program (HIT), which are two year college equivalents, usually on campus or in a higher education extension type of facility, or in a technical or trade school. The organization behind this certification also offers twelve month home study program that you must complete in addition to 45 quarter hours of college credit in HIT in order to sit for the exam. http://www.ahima.org/

 
 

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