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Medical Coding Certification 2015 Edn

Updated on December 14, 2014

Be More Confident About Passing the CPC Exam

Dear Prospective Certified Coder, You've taken a course in medical coding and are preparing to take the certification exam. You have a good idea what will be covered. You know it is a multiple-choice exam. I'm sure you've taken these tests before on several occasions. Remember the College Boards you took in high school? You know you are given only so much time to complete the CPC exam. Yet you want to do your best. Passing the CPC exam is your first step in entering or moving up in working as a medical coder.

Be More Confident About Passing the CPC Exam with a 12 hour audio-visual program that reviews everything you've probably already studied, plus hints on how to best complete your CPC exam in the allotted time.

In the majority of health care professions, employees interact with patients in a hectic environment while working long hours. However, not all careers in the industry are patient-centered. In fact, medical coders are just as important as any other piece in the medical industry puzzle, but they perform their duties in a back-office capacity, away from the hectic bustle and patients, and they generally have a designated daytime shift.Medical coding certification has become a highly-sought credential as the availability of careers continues to grow.

Medical Coding Review
Medical Coding Review

The program is presented in 15 half to one hour length segments you can play over and over again to master key sections of the CPC Exam.

This program prepares you for the

Certified Professional Coder (CPC) exam by the American Academy of Professional Coders (AAPC) and the

Certified Coding Specialist-Physician Based (CCS-P) exam by the American Health Information Association (AHIMA).

Certified Professional Coder (CPC) exam by the American Academy of Professional Coders (AAPC) and the

Certified Coding Specialist-Physician Based (CCS-P) exam by the American Health Information Association (AHIMA).

Medical Coding Online for Step-by-Step Medical Coding 2013 / User Guide / ICD-9-CM 2013

Volumes 1, 2 & 3 Professional Edition / 2013 HCPCS Level II

Medical Coding Online for Step-by-Step Medical Coding 2015 (User Guide, Access Code, Textbook), 2015 ICD-9-CM for Hospitals, Volumes 1, 2 & 3 Standard

provides you with the experience, tips, and essential skills necessary to succeed on both the American Academy of Professional Coders (AAPC) and the American Health Information Management Association (AHIMA) National Coding Exams. This resource presents information on the national organizations, the types of exams offered, associated credentialing, and extensive exam preparation and practice focused on essential medical coding subject areas and test domains.

Consider obtaining study assistance to make sure you pass.

Many people make the mistake of thinking that because they studied hard, acing the actually certification test will be a piece of cake. They underestimate how difficult and involved the actual test really is and they wind up wishing they had gone into things better prepared. Enlisting the aid of some professional tutoring assistance is never a bad idea. If you're more the type of person who prefers to work at their own pace, you may alternatively want to consider investing in a good study program designed especially for those seeking to get their medical billing certification. You'll have a better idea not only of what material will be covered by your test, but also what to expect from the actual testing situation itself.

Becoming a medical billing specialist is sure to turn out to be one of the best decisions you ever made and it only becomes more rewarding when you take the time to get there via the right path!

Being certified gives you certain advantages, including:
Having a recognized qualification. Important if you're an entry-level coder.
Even if you're experienced, being certified makes it easier to seek out new opportunities.
Certified coders earn on average $7000 more annually than uncertified personnel.
Having passed the exam makes you more confident that you'll do well on the job.
If you're already coding, the process of preparing for and taking the CPC examwill make you a more proficient coder and will help you do your job more efficiently.

Easy-to-use yet powerful combination of EMR Software and Practice Management Software for medical offices in one Program. Features Multiuser administration and staff password protection, Managing various Roles and Permission for privacy and security. Advanced multi Document management and handling Drug Groups, names, dosages, quantities, administration and frequencies and easy patient assignment Insurance Company / Providers Easy check, maintenance, storage and retrieval Includes calendar, patient appointment scheduler, events, daysheets, easy to input provider appointments Detailed Patient Demographics with advanced storage, search and retrieval features. Store patient: name, address, phone numbers, emails, assigned doctors, reference, significant dates, photos, insurance information, gender, emergency contacts, notes, relevant security info (mothers maiden name), occupation, smoking status, Easy to input and search patient consultation notes, assigned medications, allergies, drug prescriptions, Diagnosis, surgery history, family history, progress notes, problems, medications, past/current medical history, immunizations, laboratory data, radiology reports and clinical summaries. Drugs Management: Drug Groups, Drug Names, Quantities, Dosage, Administration, Frequencies. Easily perform drug-drug, drug-allergy checks. User defined reports, print/email statements Patient Management: Drug Prescriptions, Patient Documents, Patient Appointment / Schedule All information easily updatable and editable. Easy invoicing, payments and product management Windows PCs Only: Windows 95/98/ME/NT/2000/2003/XP/Vista/7 Free Unlimited email support included

 

I took this course and it DID help me pass the test! You really learn what is necessary to do to pass the test. It's very intense, but well worth it!! ~ Kim Renk RN BSN CPC

I'm one of the ones that passed the certification exam because of your Blitz. Now my problem is getting a job

I'm going to give each of my classmates a copy and let them know that I'd tried passing the certification exam several times and didn't pass until I viewed your DVD. I hope some if not all will take such an interest and will order your DVD. Thanks again for the help you have been to me. Mary Springs

With this 12 hour program, highlights of each section of the exam are thoroughly reviewed. The video presents review matter as voiced over Power Point presentations and close video display of how to mark up and reference the profession version of the CPT manual. You will actually see how you can look up codes relating to diagnoses and procedures during your exam in the most efficient manner

 

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      MANOJ BALAKRISHNAN 

      4 years ago from ABU DHABI

      @JessDiamond: you can refer http://coding-online.net/ for more information

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      JessDiamond 

      4 years ago

      Good information to share...

      My younger sister is also going to appear in CPC exam in upcoming session. Her professor advice her to consult cpc-exam-help. If you have any other authentic site in this regard please share with me. Thanks

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      jamu47 

      5 years ago

      Thanks For Putting Up The Great Resources To Get Certified As A Medical Coder. Good Job!

      :-) Medical Coder Salary

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      jamu47 

      5 years ago

      Thanks For Putting Up The Great Resources To Get Certified As A Medical Coder. Good Job!

      :-) Medical Coder Salary

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      morissonjohn64 

      6 years ago

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      morissonjohn64 

      6 years ago

      Very good post. I'd like to use some of this information on my blog if you don't mind, and I'll provide a link back to your site. I'll also be subscring to your RSS feed.

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      KDucking 

      6 years ago

      Great article and great lens, will you be adding to it in the future?

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