CMAP - Certified Medical Auditing Professional
The Certified Medical Auditing Professional (CMAP) exam is administered an by Medical Coding & Healthcare Compliance. By passing the CMAP certification examination, you are designated as a health care professional in auditing.
Certification is an important aspect of becoming a medical auditor, as it demonstrates that an individual has the knowledge and skills necessary to perform the duties of this profession. Medical auditors are responsible for reviewing medical records and claims to ensure that they meet the standards set by regulatory bodies and insurance companies. This is a critical task, as it helps to ensure that patients receive the appropriate care and that healthcare providers are reimbursed accurately.
Medical auditors typically have a background in healthcare and may be required to pass a certification exam before they begin working as an auditor. Certification exams are designed to test an individual's knowledge of medical coding, billing, and reimbursement regulations. They also test an individual's ability to analyze medical records and identify errors or discrepancies. Auditing Training may assist in passing the auditing certification.
Passing a certification exam is not only a benefit for obtaining employment as a medical auditor, but it also helps to ensure that medical auditors are up-to-date on the latest regulations and best practices in the field. Additionally, certification can lead to increased job opportunities, higher pay, and greater professional recognition.
Online Review & CMAP Certification: $499
Includes 60 day access to online review materials and one attempt at certification
Additional attempt $75 per section
CMAP Certification Exam: $199
Includes one attempt at certification. Additional attempt $75 per section
Register online or call 855-226-3348.
CMAP Certification Examination includes the following:
OIG Compliance Guidance for Individual and Small Group Practices
Healthcare Risk Areas such as: medical record documentation, medical necessity, Advance Beneficiary Notice, overpayments, billing of non-covered services
Laws and Regulations including: Fraud and Abuse, Stark Law, Physician self-referral law, HIPAA, False Claims Act, Anti-kickback Statute
Audits including: Corporate Integrity Agreement, CMS, internal and external audits
Documentation standards and requirements
How to perform an audit for coding, billing, reimbursement, compliance, etc.
Understanding Audit data and useful organization of data