Certified Risk Adjustment Coder  Training
CRC Certification

As a CRC, you will be able to:

  • Review and assign accurate medical codes for diagnoses performed by physicians and other qualified healthcare providers in the office or facility setting (e.g., inpatient hospital).

  • Thoroughly comprehend medical coding guidelines and regulations including compliance and reimbursement and the impact of diagnosis coding on risk adjustment payment models.

  • Understand the audit process for risk adjustment models.

  • Identify and communicate documentation deficiencies to providers to improve documentation for accurate risk adjustment coding.

  • Understand the anatomy, pathophysiology, and medical terminology necessary to correctly code diagnoses.

 take your training
To Learn How To Review Medical Records to become a Coder & Work From Home

Live Virtual
+ Hands-On Experience

40 hours of Live on hands training
CRC Training Course
2022 ICD-10-CM Complete Code Set Book
Live Online Instructor
Online Practice Exams
CRC Exam

Exam must be scheduled  at the
American Academy of Professional Coders (AAPC) website.

4 Reasons to Enroll:
  1. Hands on practice sample medical records.

  2. Low Cost compared to other trainings programs.

  3. Live Online Course with Real Time Interaction with Certified Coaches.

  4. Self paced courses convenient for work schedules. Flexible to learn from home.


$1750.00

Pay weekly, if you select

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The course is designed to be completed in 3 months. Separate from reading & study time, this course includes approximately 12 clock hours of contact work and 40 hours of self study time. Each student has 2 attempts to pass the exam. If the students does not pass the exam the student will not be certified and can not used the credentials behind their name.

People interested in the following careers working with healthcare records, such as doctors, physicians, nurses, physical therapists, physician assistants, dentists, chiropractors, medical writers and editors, copyeditors, medical receptionists, medical transcription or transcriptionist, medical assistant, medical coding and billing, medical secretary, and health information or medical directors or unit clerks.

Anyone with an interest in dipping their toes into the medical record review industry. 

Exam must be scheduled  at the American Academy of Professional Coders (AAPC) website.

  • 100 multiple choice questions (proctored)

  • 4 hours to finish the exam

  • Open code book (manuals)

The CRC examination consists of questions regarding the correct application of ICD-10-CM diagnosis codes used for risk adjustment coding.

The ICD-10-CM Official Guidelines are allowed in all exams that list the ICD-10-CM as an approved resource.

The course covers the five (5) Star Rating System, Health Insurance Products, Introduction to Medical Informatics , HealthCare Reform & HIPAA, Difference Between Utilization Management & Utilization Review Data Collection Method & Data Sources, Hybrid Measures Commonly Used, Different Types of Medical Record Review and  Record Reviewer’s Role in Hedis®.

The concept of our course program focuses on analyzing medical record charts for the appropriate compliance following and monitoring regulatory changes applying medical record review concepts and principles during the review process, medical chart reviewing, healthcare data abstraction and  chart abstraction.

 

ICD-10-CM Code Book 2021

Official 2021 ICD-10-CM Expert Code Book features expanded quick view flow charts for quick, accurate information. Easy-to-use coding reference.

The ICD-10-CM Official Guidelines are allowed in all exams that list the ICD-10-CM as an approved resource.

On-Line Live Virtual Classroom

  • Attend live classes from your home or office.

  • Totally Interactive.

  • Hands on hands training.

  • Ability to ” raise your hand” during the training if you have a question.

  • Smaller class sizes for more personalized training.

  • Trainers encourage participation of all students.

  • Ability to verbalize questions via computer or by telephone.

  • Meet other like-minded students.

  • Must have access to laptop or desktop and computer mouse to successfully complete the course training.