Frequently Asked Questions

Question: Will I be able to use the Credentials CHRR after my name?

Answer:

Yes, you can use the credentials behind your name upon completion of the renewal course and passing of the exam. You will be considered a Certified Healthcare Record Reviewer. (Example: Jane Doe, CHRR)?

Question: If I initially took a hedis course from another school, am I eligible to take this course and be Certified as a Healthcare Record Reviewer?

Answer:

If you provide our Hedis Department with a prior existing CHRR certificate or training in hedis performances measures in the last 2 years or previously work experience in hedis you are eligible to take our RENEWAL course and become a Certified Healthcare Record Reviewer.

Question: If I fail the exam, Can I still receive my certificate as a Certified Healthcare Record Reviewer?

Answer:

No, this is an advance program and upon completion you will be certified as healthcare record reviewer.

 

Question: Will I Get Paid More If I have a Certification?

Answer:

With demand, comes an increase in salary to attract qualified candidates. Getting an additional certification can help you secure one of these high-paying positions.

Question: Is a Certificate Just as Good as a Degree?

Answer:

Certificate holders earn more than those who hold college degrees. That may not mean that getting a certificate is always a better option than a traditional degree, but it does suggest that there is value to many certificates.

Question: Is a Certificate Enough to Get a Job?

Answer:

The Bottom Line: Yes, Certifications Can Help You Get a Job... Your company may be willing to pay for training classes and certification tests if it's in their interest to make you a more skilled and a valuable employee.