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Advance your career with the Certified Professional Medical Auditor (CPMA®) credential. Medical auditing is a critical piece to compliant and profitable physician ractices. Whether it's Recovery Audit Contractor (RAC) audits, private payer denials, or just peace of mind, more physicians plan to have audits conducted regularly. The risks of being non-compliant with documentation and coding are too great. As a CPMA, you will be able to use your proven knowledge of coding and documentation guidelines to improve the revenue cycle of nearly all healthcare practices.
Strong Point Training Institute in Dubai aims to provide the best CPMA course in Dubai.
Earn an impressive salary as a CPMA
With tighter regulation on reporting healthcare services and payer compensation for those services, CPMAs must have a clear understanding of when a practice is at risk for non-compliance. That is why CPMAs are valuable to healthcare practices and organizations. They help keep healthcare providers out of harm's way of fraudulent activity. Healthcare business professionals earn an average annual salary of $54,980, according to AAPC's 2019 Salary Survey. But coders who earn the MA credential and take on auditing responsibilities earn much more. In 2019, the average CPMA salary was $69,172. This average fluctuates depending on location, years of experience, how many credentials held, and the employer type.
Medical Coding Training in Dubai is approved by KHDA (Knowledge and Human Development Authority).
Medical documentation, fraud, abuse, and penalties for documentation and coding violations based on governmental guidelines.
Coding Concepts Scope and Statistical Sampling Methodologies.
Medical Record Auditing Skills and Abstraction Ability.
Quality Assurance and Coding Risk Analysis.
Communication of Results and Findings
The Medical Record
1. Medical Record Standards and Documentation guidelines.
2. Coding and Documentation Compliance Guidelines.
3. Coding and Reimbursement concepts.
4. Scope and Statistical Sampling Methodologies.
5. Medical Record Auditing Abstraction.
6. Category Risk Analysis and communication.
While there is no experience requirement, we strongly recommend that the candidate have at least two years of experience in medical auditing.
Please be aware that this is a difficult, high-level examination which is not meant for individuals with little, limited or no audit experience or training.
~ We recommend having an associate's degree.
~ Pay examination fee at the time of application submission.
~ Maintain current membership with the AAPC.
~ Renewing members must have a current membership at the time of submission and when exam results are released.
~ Renewing members must be current at the time of application submission as well as when results are sent.
Current CPT® (AMA Standard or Professional versions only).
HCPCS Level II.