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Online Auditing Training

If you want to take your coding career to the next level, MCHCs Online Auditing Training Course is one way you can get there in just 6 months or less. Our well-seasoned educational staff has developed an expansive Auditing Training Course that applies the same curriculum as our classroom based courses. However, MCHC offers more resources than other online programs  to ensure you succeed and ultimately reach your goal of mastering the Certified Medical Auditing Professional Exam and obtaining your auditing credential. What is Medical Auditing? Register Today to begin your new Auditing career!

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Training Includes

  • Online Mentor Access

  • 6 months online access

  • On-demand Lectures and resource videos

  • Games and activities 

  • Timed quizzes and exams

  • Test taking tips

  • Timed Practice Final

Course Requirements

Internet Access

CPT, HCPCS, & ICD-10-CM

Coding Experience 

Audit Abstraction of Cases 

Complete training in 6 months

Certification

  • MCHC offers the CMAP, Certified Medical Auditing Professional

  • AAPC offers the CPMA

Registration Options

  • Auditing Online Training only  $799

  • Auditing Online Training and CMAP certification exam   $998

Training Outline

Unit 1: The Medical Record

The Medical Record, HIPAA, Medical Documentation, Advance Beneficiary Notice, Record Retention, and Operative Report Documentation

Chart audits are a crucial aspect of the healthcare industry, as they help to ensure that medical records are accurate, complete, and compliant with regulatory standards. A chart audit is a systematic review of medical records to evaluate the quality of patient care and identify areas for improvement. The purpose of chart audits is to improve patient outcomes, reduce risk, validate proper reimbursement, and maintain quality standards in healthcare organizations.

Chart auditors play a crucial role in the healthcare industry as they provide an objective and independent review of medical records. Chart auditors are trained professionals who have a deep understanding of regulatory standards, medical coding and billing practices, and the healthcare industry as a whole. They are responsible for evaluating medical records to identify areas of improvement, reduce risk, and maintain quality standards.

A chart auditor is responsible for reviewing medical records and ensuring that they are accurate, complete, and compliant with regulatory standards. The auditor evaluates the medical record to ensure that the patient’s history, diagnosis, treatment, and outcomes are accurately recorded. The auditor also checks to ensure that the medical record meets the standards set by regulatory bodies such as the Joint Commission and the Office of the Inspector General. In addition, the auditor may provide feedback to healthcare providers on best practices for chart documentation, coding, and billing.

Accurate medical records are essential for effective patient care, as they provide healthcare providers with important information about the patient’s medical history, diagnosis, treatment, and outcomes. Secondly, chart audits help to identify areas for improvement in the quality of patient care. By reviewing medical records, chart auditors can identify areas where documentation is lacking or inconsistent, which can lead to a better understanding of patient needs and improved outcomes. Audits are essential for maintaining regulatory compliance and reducing risk in the healthcare industry.

 

A certified medical auditing professional has demonstrated a high level of knowledge and expertise in the field of healthcare auditing. They have completed training programs, passed exams, and have a deep understanding of regulatory standards and best practices in medical coding and billing. In addition, a certified medical auditing professional is recognized as a trusted and competent professional in the healthcare industry.

Questions about the training program? Call 904-495-6141

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