Value of Certification
Our comprehensive Medical Billing Specialist Program prepares you for the CBCS certification exam. The Certified Billing and Coding Specialist (CBCS) is a nationally recognized certification from the National Healthcareer Association (NHA).
By attaining these certifications you validate your competency and reliability in the field, and will be recognized as a Nationally Certified Allied Healthcare professional. We have documented success preparing students for the CBCS and other exams. While the national pass rate for this exam is approximately 75%, our program has achieved a student pass rate of 92%!! We exceed the national average by over 15% because of the comprehensive, yet user-friendly nature of our programs.
The Benefits of Certification
- The majority of hospitals, private practices and organizations require National Certification as a competency standard.
- Career counselor will have confidence in your proven skill set for job placement.
- Certified students have higher marketability in a competitive field.
Results of Certification
- Increases confidence that you will understand your new profession.
- Increase counselor confidence by showing that you meet certification requirements and are consistent in your knowledge.
- Marketability in a competitive field. Use certification to differentiate yourself from others.
- You will gain a fundamental understanding of medical coding and billing.
- You will gain a fundamental understanding of human anatomy, physiology and medical terminology.
About the National Healthcareer Association (NHA)
Recommended and approved by colleges and healthcare career programs around the country, NHA's certification and continuing education programs have helped nearly 200,000 individuals earn a higher pay scale, better job opportunities, career advancement and security. That number grows by the minute as the healthcare industry grows, and as more and more states require or recommend certification for allied healthcare professions.
Those who pass the exam will be recognized as a Nationally Certified Allied Healthcare professional. Along with becoming certified one will receive a pocket ID Card and Certificate appropriate for display.
What are the National Healthcareer Association's requirements to take the NHA National Certification Exams (CBCS)?
The Student must meet one of the following criteria:
The Student must be at least 18 years of age and have a high school diploma, or equivalency, as well as one of the following:
- Must have successfully completed an accredited or approved training program within the last year.
Must have worked within the past year in the field of certification for a minimum of one year.