Completion of Drexel's Medical Billing and Coding Certificate Program will qualify individuals to sit for the following national certification exams:
- American Medical Billing Association CMRS exam and become a certified medical reimbursement specialist,
- American Academy of Professional Coder's Certified Professional Coder's (CPC or CPC-H) board exam, and
- American Health Information Management Association's (CCS or CCS-P) board exam.
In addition, completion of this program not only earns you a Drexel University certificate and prepares you to sit for the national certification exams in billing and coding, but also 18 college quarter-credits (or 12 semester credits).
For those currently holding 90 transferable college quarter credits (or 60 transferable semester credits), the 18 quarter-credits earned from the certificate program may be applied as free electives toward the 180 quarter credits (or 120 semester credits) required for the fully online Bachelor of Science (B.S.) in Health Services Administration degree.
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