– Earning certification validates your advanced knowledge in outpatient claims processing.
– You’ll gain a thorough understanding of the revenue cycle and how to improve it.
– You’ll learn collection strategies, tips, and receive problem-solving guidance.
– Your certification lays the foundation for career advancement.
*Source: AAPC. Job salary will vary on years of experience, location, practice, and # of certifications.
Registered students can access the recordings online for up to one year after the original recording date.
PMI’s Exam Coordinator schedules the exam in a testing center near the candidate’s location. A score of 70% or better is required to earn the CMIS certification. If the candidate does not achieve a passing grade on the first attempt, he/she may re-test for an additional fee.
Roles and Responsibilities
Basics of Health Insurance
Reasons why an insurance company may decide to perform an external audit
The Paper Claim: CMS-1500
Electronic Data Interchange: Transactions and Security
Receiving Payments and Insurance Problem-Solving
Office and Insurance Collection Strategies
Managed Care Plans
Medicaid and other State Programs
Disability Income Insurance and Disability Benefit Programs
Pam Joslin, MM, CMC, CMIS, CMOM, CMCO, CMCA-E/M, CEMA
Pam has more than 20 years of medical practice management, coding, reimbursement and compliance experience. She has managed in medical practices ranging from single to multi-specialty groups, including ASC.
CMIS candidates with less than a year of coding experience should complete the PMI Basics: Introduction to Medical Coding Self-Paced course prior to enrollment.
Current editions of CPT®, HCPCS, ICD-10-CM, and a medical dictionary are required for use during this course.