Certified Professional Medical Auditor (CPMA) – Certification Exam
Medical auditing is a critical piece to compliant and profitable physician practices. Whether it’s Recovery Audit Contractor (RAC) audits, private payer denials, or just peace of mind, more physicians plan to have audits conducted regularly.
Certified Associate in Project Management (CAPM) is a credential offered by the Project Management Institute (PMI).
The CAPM is an entry-level certification for project practitioners. Designed for those with less project experience, the CAPM is intended to demonstrate candidates’ understanding of the fundamental knowledge, terminology and processes of effective project management.
Medical Billing and Coding Certification
Medical coding standards have become increasingly complex. Regulations and requirements with the current healthcare delivery system are best met when medical coders, certified in Specialty practice, provide medical coding. Medical coders achieve AAPC certification through specialized education, experience in an area of specialty, and a qualifying exam(s). Certification is a professional’s official recognition of achievement, expertise, and judgment. It is a mark of excellence requiring continued learning and skill development to maintain. These are just a few reasons why employers seek AAPC certified professionals.
Over 155,479 healthcare professionals hold AAPC certifications in physician offices, clinics, outpatient facilities, and hospitals. These credentials represent the gold standard in medical coding, billing, auditing, documentation, compliance, and practice management, and are nationally recognized by employers, medical societies, and government organizations.
Once trained and prepared, validate your expertise and schedule your credentialing exam.
Certified Medical Auditors utilize their knowledge of medical coding and documentation guidelines to improve the revenue cycle of medical practices. A medical auditing career includes working with medical records technology and health services administration. , applying your medical coding skills in a new realm. Taught in Dallas, this one-day course will help you pass the national board exam on the first try!
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Who’s this CPMA Course for?
Certified coders with an AAPC recommended minimum two years of experience
Those looking for on-line help in earning their Certified Professional Medical Auditor (CPMA) credentials
Existing students enrolled outside CCO that require supplemental training
Healthcare workers looking to switch roles at their workplace such as front office clerks, medical receptionists, case managers, medical records clerks, transcriptionists, schedulers, research coordinators, nurses, caregivers or similar roles.
About the Certified Professional Medical Auditor Course
Take your career to the next level with the Certified Professional Medical Auditor (CPMA) credential. In a physician’s office, medical auditing is an essential component of compliant and profitable physician practices. RAC audits, private payer denials and other risk factors are happening more often and physician’s are looking for peace of mind and compliance. After all, the risks of being non-compliant with documentation and coding are simply too great.
As a CPMA, your knowledge of coding and documentation guideline will help improve the revenue cycle of nearly all physician practices.
Our course also includes detailed overviews of relevant legislation, discussion of regulatory fines and penalties, and special tips and techniques for best certification testing results. We incorporate several different styles of learning to assist you in memorizing the crucial information you need to do the job.
Our Certified Professional Medical Auditing Course includes:
Discussion of key areas of regulations including the Stark Law, the False Claims Act, and more
Overview of regulatory fines and penalties
Corporate Integrity Agreement and PATH audit review
Discussion of specific coding regulations and notifications such as NCCI, OIG Work Plan, etc.
Medical record documentation reminders for E/M, Anesthesia, Surgery, Medicine, etc
Audit abstraction of specific case studies
Review types of audits along with scope analysis and statistical sampling information
Communication of audit outcomes with audit report examples
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A certification is a third-party attestation of an individual’s level of knowledge or proficiency in a certain industry or profession. They are granted by authorities in the field, such as professional societies and universities, or by private certificate-granting agencies. Most certifications are time-limited; some expire after a period of time (e.g., the lifetime of a product that required certification for use), while others can be renewed indefinitely as long as certain requirements are met. Renewal usually requires ongoing education to remain up-to-date on advancements in the field, evidenced by earning the specified number of continuing education credits (CECs), or continuing education units (CEUs), from approved professional development courses.
Many certification programs are affiliated with professional associations, trade organizations, or private vendors interested in raising industry standards. Certificate programs are often created or endorsed by professional associations, but are typically completely independent from membership organizations. Certifications are very common in fields such as aviation, construction, technology, environment, and other industrial sectors, as well as healthcare, business, real estate, and finance.
According to The Guide to National Professional Certification Programs (1997) by Phillip Barnhart, “certifications are portable, since they do not depend on one company’s definition of a certain job” and they provide potential employers with “an impartial, third-party endorsement of an individual’s professional knowledge and experience”.
Certification is different from professional licensure. In the United States, licenses are typically issued by state agencies, whereas certifications are usually awarded by professional societies or educational institutes. Obtaining a certificate is voluntary in some fields, but in others, certification from a government-accredited agency may be legally required to perform certain jobs or tasks. In other countries, licenses are typically granted by professional societies or universities and require a certificate after about three to five years and so on thereafter. The assessment process for certification may be more comprehensive than that of licensure, though sometimes the assessment process is very similar or even the same, despite differing in terms of legal status.
The American National Standards Institute (ANSI) defines the standard for being a certifying agency as meeting the following two requirements:
Delivering an assessment based on industry knowledge that is independent from training courses or course providers
Granting a time-limited credential to anyone who meets the assessment standards
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