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Healthcare Financial Management Courses in Trivandrum,Kerala

Certified Revenue Cycle Representative ( CRCR ) Preparatory course The Certified Revenue Cycle Representative (CRCR) program helps set standards of performance for revenue cycle staff. By becoming certified in the CRCR program, you has the designation that proves a high level of revenue cycle knowledge and expertise has been reached.

  • After successful completion of the program, participants will become certified in the crcr program.
  • The crcr exam will be proctored electronically and monitored by hfma.
  • The crcr program is not compatible with ipads, tablets, e-readers, or similar devices.
  • Maintenance: those who have earned the crcr designation must recertify every two years.

What Is the Value of the Certification Program?

Healthcare rules are becoming more complex, customers are demanding more, and staff is being held at a higher level of accountability than at any other time. Today’s revenue cycle staff must have a broader understanding of the entire revenue cycle and how it influences the financial outcomes of the healthcare organization. HFMA’s Certified Revenue Cycle Representative (CRCR) program provides healthcare organizations with a means to ensure that their revenue cycle staff has the body of knowledge necessary to meet these demands.

CRCR Benefits for Individuals:

  • achieves a recognized professional certification and designation by the leading healthcare finance professional association
  • provides verification of professional competencies
  • enhances career growth opportunities
  • provides a deep understanding of revenue cycle operations
  • demonstrates a commitment to professional growth

What Does the CRCR Cover?

The CRCR exam is available to individuals. an online exam with 150 questions, that includes topics on the following:

  • compliance
  • patient access
  • claims processing
  • account resolution
  • cash
  • financial management
  • support departments