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Medical Records Specialist Courses
xpand your career opportunities and increase income potential by becoming an Electronic Health Records and Medical Billing and Coding Specialist. Continuing Health Education Courses Medical Records Specialist Continuing Health Education courses provides an excellent opportunity to become a specialist in this growing and rewarding field. NAHCE's Online Electronic Health Records and Medical Billing and Coding Specialist Continuing Health Education Continuing Health Education courses is a convenient and flexible online courses designed for knowledgeable and career driven health career Health Professionals. It is designed to provide the comprehensive Medical Billing and Coding education to succeed in this specialized career field.
After our students complete the courses they receive the NAHCE Medical Records Specialist Continuing Health Education and are registered to take the National Healthcareers Association's Electronic Health Records and Medical Billing and Coding Specialist National Exams. NAHCE Medical Records Specialist is a stand-alone educational credential.
Medical Records Specialist deliver a primary service to hospitals, physician’s offices and outpatient clinics. Whenever a patient receives a healthcare service electronic health records are employed to manage health condition and treatment information for insurance and reimbusment purposes. The healthcare service provider needs to document the services and convert them into a billing claim. Medical Records Specialist manage and organize the health information databases and registries to assuring the accuracy, accessibility, privacy, and security of a patients health information. They abstract the data from documentation and use classification software to assign the most appropriate medical codes and make sure the practice receives payment for the services the health care provider performs. Electronic Health Records / Medical billing and coding Specialist routinely assess medical records for timeliness, completeness, accuracy, and appropriateness of data. Medical Records Specialist are typically employed in mostly all healthcare facilities..
Health Information Technicians held about 186,300 jobs in 2012. The demand for health services is expected to increase as the population ages. An aging population will need more medical tests, treatments, and procedures. This will mean more claims for reimbursement from insurance companies. Additional records, coupled with widespread use of electronic health records (EHRs) by all types of healthcare providers, could lead to an increased need for technicians to organize and manage the associated information in all areas of the healthcare industry. Prospects will be best for those with a associate degree in health information. As EHR systems continue to become more common, Medical Records Specialist Continuing Health Education Specialists with computer skills will be needed to use them. Most Medical Records Specialist Continuing Health Education Specialists work in hospitals or physicians’ offices. Others work in nursing care facilities or for government entities. Technicians typically work at desks or in offices and may spend many hours in front of computer monitors.
The median annual wage for Health Information Technicians was $34,160 in May 2012. The median wage is the wage at which half the workers in an occupation earned more than that amount and half earned less. The lowest 10 percent earned less than $22,250, and the top 10 percent earned more than $56,200.
Medical Records Specialist Salary And Benefits
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Medical Records Specialist Online Training courses
Our Medical Records Specialist Continuing Health Education Online courses is a great opportunity to receive the highest quality online education. The courses is packed full of media-based activities and exercises including educational videos and simulations, collaborative class discussions and interactive activities with the same personalized attention and student-teacher interaction support as a tradition classroom-based education. This courses is convenient, affordable and the most intuitive user experience available today for any learning system. You can complete the courses on your study schedulee and conveniently access your course ware at your leisure 24 hours a day.
The The Certified Electronic Health Records Specialist ( CEHRS ) and the Certified Billing & Coding Specialists (CBCS) are a Nationally acknowledged certification administered by the National Healthcareers Association. Getting these certifications significantly increase your likelihood of employment.
Advantages Of Certification Training
In this occupation those who are certified have a big advantage when searching for a job. A certification is a way to stand out from any prospect and it is the simplest way to prove qualifications and a certain level of competence. There is less on-the-job training, which will save you and employers valuable time and resources. A certification proves to employers that the candidate is serious about their profession.
- 1.1 Overview of the Electronic Health Record
- 1.2 History of the Electronic Health Record
- 1.3 EHR Terminology
- 1.4 Government Involvement in the EHR
- 1.5 Healthcare Processes and the EHR
- 1.6 Barriers and Benefits of the EHR
- 1.7 The Future of the Electronic Health Record
- 2.1 History of EHR Standards
- 2.2 EHR Functionality
- 2.3 privacy, and security of the EHR
- 2.4 EHR Implementation and Technology
- 2.5 Electronic Health Record Competencies
- 4.1 The Practice View Screen
- 4.2 Appointment Schedule
- 4.3 Patient Tracker
- 4.4 To Do Lists and Reminders
- 4.5 Internal Messages
- 4.6 Urgent Messages
- 5.1 Overview of the Patient Chart
- 5.2 Creating a Face Sheet
- 5.3 Procedures in a Patient's Chart
- 5.4 New Activities in a Patient's Chart
- 6.1 Components of the Office Visit
- 6.2 Building an Office Visit Note
- 6.3 Activities within the Office Visit Screen
- 6.4 Routing Slip
- 6.5 Adding Addenda to an Office Visit Note
- 6.6 Office Visit Reports
- 7.1 Chart Evaluation
- 7.2 Test Orders
- 7.3 Evaluation & Management Coder
- 7.4 Superbill Form
- 7.5 Patient Instructions
- 7.6 Care Plans and Practice Guidelines
- 7.7 Drawing Courses
- 7.8 Importing Documents
- 8.1 Creating Office Visit Templates
- 8.2 Creating Physician Order Templates
- 8.3 Creating Letter Templates
- 8.4 Template Manager
- 8.5 Creating Procedure Templates
- 9.1 Ordering a Test
- 9.2 SpringLabs and Reference Lab Results
- 9.3 Processing and Charting Tests
- 9.4 Creating a Test Report
- 9.5 Documenting, Activating, and Editing Procedure Codes
- 9.6 Documenting, Activating, and Editing Diagnosis Codes
- 10.1 Bulletin Board
- 10.2 Integrated Faxing
- 10.3 Time Clock
- 10.4 My Websites
- 10.5 Calculators
- 10.6 Patient Database Reporting
- 10.7 Patient Archive
- 11.1 Practice View Screen
- 11.2 Patient Chart Screen
- 11.3 Office Visit Screen
- Legal and Ethical Issues
- Introduction to Coding and
- Introduction to Modifiers
- Evaluation and Management Codes, Part 1: Key Components
- Evaluation and Management Codes, Part 2: Preventive Medicine, Long-Term Care Services, Critical Care, and Modifiers
- Anesthesia Coding
- Surgery Coding, Part 1: The Global Surgical Package, Surgical Modifiers, and Surgery Guidelines–Integumentary System
- Surgery Coding, Part 2: Surgery Guidelines–Musculoskeletal, Respiratory, Cardiovascular, Digestive, Urinary, Genital, Nervous, Visual, and Auditory Systems
- Radiology Coding
- Pathology and Laboratory Coding
- Medicine Coding
- Category II and Category III Coding
- HCPCS Level II Coding: Introduction and Guidelines
- Coding Medical Supplies, Durable Medical Equipment, PharmaHealthtical, and Ambulance & Other Transportation Services
- HCPCS Level II Modifiers
- Introduction to ICD-10-PCS
- Procedure Coding Practicum
- Introduction to Diagnostic Coding
- Introduction to the ICD-10-CM
- General Guidelines and Notations
- Coding Infectious Diseases (A00-B99)
- Coding Neoplasms (C00-D49)
- Coding Diseases of the Blood and Blood-Forming Organs and Certain Disorders Involving the Immune Mechanism (D50-D89)
- Coding Conditions of the Endocrine and Metabolic Systems (E00-E89)
- Mental and Behavioral Disorders (F01-F99)
- Diseases of the Nervous System (G00-G99)
- Diseases of the Eye and Adnexa (H00-H59)
- Diseases of the Ear and Mastoid Process (H60-H95)
- Coding Circulatory Conditions (I00-I99)
- Coding Respiratory Conditions (J00-J99)
- Coding Diseases of the Digestive System (K00-K94)
- Coding Diseases of the Skin and Subcutaneous Tissues (L00-L99)
- Coding Musculoskeletal Conditions (M00-M99)
- Diseases of the Urinary System (N00-N99)
- Coding Obstetrics and Gynecology (O00-O99)
- Coding Congenital and Pediatric Conditions (P00-P96)(Q00-Q99)
- Coding Injuries, Poisonings and Certain Other Consequences of External Causes [Including Burns] (S00-T88)
- Factors Influencing Health Status and Contact With Health Services (Z00-Z99)
- Hospital (Inpatient) Diagnosis Coding
- Complete Diagnostic Coding Review
- 12.1 Recording Information from Paper Source Documents
- standard prefixes
- word roots
- rules for taking a singular term and making it plural are studied
- including spelling
- word analysis
- word building
- blood and lymphatic
- List in sequence the levels of biological organization in the human body
- Describe the anatomical position of the human body
- Define and locate the principal regions and cavities of the body
- Describe the stages of a cells life cycle
- List and describe the functions of the skin
- List and describe the functions of the skeletal system
- Describe the structure of muscle
- Distinguish between the central nervous system and the peripheral nervous system
- Describe the structure and function of the main parts of the brain
NAHCE Medical Records Specialist Continuing Health Education
Completing NAHCE Medical Records Specialist Continuing Health Education Courses tells your employer that you have received the highest standards of Medical Records education and have met the educational requirements of the certifying bodies in your field.
Billing & Coding Specialist Certification (CBCS)
The NHA Billing & Coding Specialist Certification is a nationally accredited certification program, that meets or exceeds the accreditation criteria of the National Commission for Certifying Agencies (NCCA), ensuring the highest quality standards. The CBCS exam tests the most current and relevant competencies necessary to ensure proficiency in the medical billing and coding profession. Billing & Coding Specialists are allied health professionals that work in a variety of settings including physician offices, insurance companies, and skilled nursing facilities. Becoming a CBCS with NHA shows that you are knowledgeable and ready to be a valued member of a healthcare team.
Electronic Health Record Specialist Certification (CEHRS)
The NHan Electronic Health Record Specialist Certification (CEHRS) is a Nationally accredited certification, that meets or exceeds the accreditation criteria of the National Commission for Certifying Agencies (NCCA), ensuring the highest quality standards. The CEHRS exam tests the most current and relevant competencies necessary to ensure proficiency in performing tasks associated with electronic health records. Whether you want to work in a doctor’s office or a large clinic, becoming a CEHRS with NHA shows that you are knowledgeable and ready to be a valued member of a healthcare team.
The purchase of NHA exam preparation materials or other educational products is not required to sit for any NCCA-accredited certification exam offered by NHA, and does not guarantee a passing score on an examiNation. Exams accredited by the National Commission For Certifying Agencies (NCCA). The NCCA accredits certification courses by providing an unbiased third-party review of our courses. Successful completion of this review results in accreditation. Those courses successfully going through this rigorous process have met certain standards and best practices to ensure that a legally defensible and psychometrically sound exam/assessment is delivered.
NAHCE is a Continuing Health Education provider and agent for the NHA National Exams National Health Career Association, Inc. After courses completion, students will be qualified to take the National Healthcareers Association's Certified Electronic Health Records Specialist (CEHRS) and the Certified Billing and Coding Specialist (CBCS) National Exams
NAHCE is a Continuing Health Education provider and agent for the NHA National Certification Exams National Healthcareers Association, Inc.
In order to qualify as a candidate for NAHCE Sponsored Certification Testing an individual must obtain one of the following:
- NAHCE Medical Records Specialist Badge
- Be confirmed as a graduate of a recognized Medical Records Specialist courses or School.
- Confirmed employment by a medical facility as a Phlebotomist for a minimum of 2 years.
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