CHPM - Certified Healthcare Practice Manager
The Certified Healthcare Practice Manager (CHPM) exam is administered an by Medical Coding & Healthcare Compliance. By passing the CHPM certification examination, you are designated as a health care professional in auditing.
Being a Certified Healthcare Practice Manager (CHPM) demonstrates to employers, colleagues, and clients that an individual has the knowledge, skills, and experience to effectively manage a healthcare practice. A CHPM certification is a credential that verifies that the individual has met certain education and experience requirements and has passed a rigorous exam.
There are several benefits to being a Certified Healthcare Practice Manager. One of the main benefits is that it can lead to increased job opportunities and higher earning potential. Employers often prefer to hire CHPMs because they know that these individuals have the knowledge and skills required to effectively manage a healthcare practice. Additionally, CHPMs may be eligible for higher salaries and better benefits than non-certified practice managers.
Another benefit of being a CHPM is that it can help to increase the overall efficiency and effectiveness of a healthcare practice. CHPMs have a thorough understanding of the best practices and industry standards for managing a healthcare practice, which can lead to improved patient care and financial stability.
Certification can also lead to professional growth and development. CHPMs are required to earn continuing education units (CEUs) to maintain their certification, which ensures that they are staying up-to-date with the latest developments in the healthcare industry.
Online Review & CHPM Certification: $499
Includes 60 day access to online review materials and one attempt at certification exam.
Additional attempt $75 Per section
CHPM Certification Exam: $199
Includes one attempt at certification. Additional attempt $75 Per section
Register online or call 855-226-3348.
CHPM Certification Examination includes the following:
Healthcare Risk Areas such as: medical record documentation, conflict of interest, medical necessity, Gifts, Advance Beneficiary Notice, overpayments, billing of non-covered services, teaching physicians, joint ventures, gain-sharing arrangements, discounts / professional courtesy, rental of office space, and unlawful advertising
Inspections, Investigations and Audits including: Corporate Integrity Agreement, exclusions, CMS, the self-disclosure protocol, qui tam, seeking legal counsel, internal and external audits
Creating a compliance plan including: standards and procedures, compliance oversight structure, education and training, communications, monitoring and auditing, disciplinary action, and responding to detected offenses
How to perform an audit for coding, billing, reimbursement, compliance, etc.