Certified Medical Scribe Support Can Alleviate Physician EHR Burnout Concerns; Certify Today

Certified Medical Scribe Support Can Alleviate Physician EHR Burnout Concerns; Certify Today

Certified Medical Scribe Support Can Alleviate Physician EHR Burnout Concerns; Certify TodayFOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Certified Medical Scribe Support Can Alleviate Physician EHR Burnout Concerns; Certify Today

CONTACT: Kristin Hagen
President/CEO, American College of Medical Scribe Specialists
(657) 888-2158

ORANGE, CA., July 6, 2016. According to a new analysis by the Mayo Clinic and American Medical Association researchers of a nationwide survey of physicians, computerized provider order entry and electronic health record use are a major source of burnout for physicians. The study found that physicians who used EHRs and CPOE had greater rates of burnout than those who did not, an issue that Certified Medical Scribe Specialists (CMSS) have been shown to help alleviate.

“This study makes it clear that physicians are frustrated with the drop in productivity resulting from electronic health record use and the time takes away from true, face-to-face interactions with patients,” said ACMSS Executive Director Kristin Hagen. “The revolution in our healthcare system toward value-based, individualized medical care and treatment cannot happen if the EHRs meant to help facilitate these changes are a major source of physician dissatisfaction. Certified Medical Scribe Specialists assist practices and clinicians in real time, assisting innovative workflow and efficiencies, providing necessary tools and resources.”

A study published last fall in ClinicoEconomics and Outcomes Research found that physician productivity in a cardiology clinic was 10% higher for physicians using medical scribes. This improved productivity resulted in 84 additional new and 423 additional follow-up patients seen in one year. That study also found that the physicians using medical scribes finished most or all of their work during clinic hours and they did not have to spend additional time to complete documentation after their standard working hours.

“The clinical documentation and practice efficiencies certified scribes provide have been shown to ease the clerical burdens of CPOE and EHRs, and give physicians back the time and attention they need focus on their patients,” Hagen said. “Providers need to ensure that they use certified medical scribes, meeting CMS requirements, revolutionizing clinical care and creating sustainable outcomes together.”

ACMSS works in compliance with CMS to meet national goals and initiatives of Meaningful Use, Merit-Based Payment Incentive System (MIPS) and Medicare Access and CHIP Reauthorization Act (MACRA).  Certified medical scribes also meet the “qualified people” standard in Certified Electronic Health Record Technology (CEHRT).  If not the clinicians themselves entering the data, eligible personnel must be certified, meeting the CEHRT Meaningful Use (MU) Personnel standard.

The ACMSS certification program meets current and proposed CMS certification requirements toward use of EHRs through its Medical Scribe Certification & Aptitude Test (MSCAT). ACMSS provides specialty certifications in vascular medicine, dermatology, oncology, primary care, internal medicine, emergency medicine and general patient care, enabling access to all across the specialities. ACMSS enables same-day certification for practices to meet Meaningful Use attestations, presently at 2%, and offers ongoing webinars to assist prospective individuals with key information about ACMSS, regulations, and innovations to meet healthcare goals through Volume Certification Packages.

Building integrative systems design for prevention and disease reversal for patient care most heavily impact family practice, primary care, and urgent care, followed by all the specialities. MIPS and MACRA allow the current traditional healthcare system and providers to focus on their much-needed goals today in independent practices of working to assist patients in disease reversal and prevention toward wellness.

The American College of Medical Scribe Specialists offers five separate pathways for Certified Medical Scribe Specialists. Please contact ACMSS directly atsupport@theacmss.org or 657-888-2158 if you have any questions regarding the ACMSS program and/or materials.

About ACMSS

The American College of Medical Scribe Specialists is the nation’s only nonprofit professional society representing more than 17,000 Medical Scribes in over 1,700 medical institutions. ACMSS partners with academic institutions, non-profit partners, and medical scribe corporations to offer both education-to-certification and employment-to-certification pathways. ACMSS advances the needs of the medical scribe industry through certification, public advocacy, and continuing education. To learn more about ACMSS, please visit: theacmss.org

ACMSS
support@theacmss.org
(657) 888-2158

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Certified Medical Scribes Support National Trends Toward Full Access to Patient Medical Records

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Certified Medical Scribes Support National Trends Toward Full Access to Patient Medical Records

Certified Medical Scribes Support National Trends Toward Full Access to Patient Medical RecordsFOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Certified Medical Scribes Support National Trends Toward Full Access to Patient Medical Records

CONTACT: Kristin Hagen, CPEHR, CPHIE, CPHIT, CMSS
Executive Director, Clinical Informatics/Wellness
American College of Medical Scribe Specialists

(657) 888-2158

ORANGE, Calif., June 27, 2016. In our continuing support of an American health system that revolutionizes clinical care and individualizes patient care, enabling precision care, the American College of Medical Scribe Specialists supports moves toward giving patients fully manipulable access to working versions of their full medical records.

In a Healthcare Informatics Article earlier this month titled, “Time for the Feds to Truly Open Up Patient Records to Fully Interoperable Data Use,” American Medical Informatics Association CEO Doug Fridsma, M.D., Ph.D., stated, “…to support things like discovery of new knowledge and to support precision medicine activity, we really do need to make sure that patients have access to their full medical record, in a computable format, not just a PDF format.”

“Precision medicine is evolving rapidly now in specificity to the patient,” said ACMSS Executive Director Kristin Hagen. “It’s individualized medical care and treatment plans involving the physician and patient working as a team toward wellness and prevention in an environment of trust. In order to effectively customize care, both of these team members need to have the full picture, and that means patients need to have full access to working electronic versions of their medical records.”

As a clinical informatics professional who suffered debilitating injuries from both a first- and second-generation airbag accident, and a continuous 19-year arduous paper records search and journey, Hagen pioneered to a complete wellness system, Integrative Medicine, and worked with her  healthcare provider to create a wellness plan, bringing her back to a full recovery. Hagen knows the value of sharing all of the available information. Through two decades of research on her own injuries in a complex and siloed paper-based system, Hagen also knows the frustrations of having insufficient information to even begin to create a customized healthcare plan. Airbag recalls engulf the nation; little known preventive precision care is known to wellness.

“In order to build our 21st century healthcare system, we require a combination of clinical care and technological advances,” Hagen said. “The two must be in balance, creating harmony, and an evolution of choices. The doctor-patient or doctor-client relationship models are key toward successful outcomes, working together. Technology alone will not get a patient well.

Certified Medical Scribe Specialists (CMSS) play a vital role in facilitating precision care, according to Hagen. “Certified scribes provide real-time documentation and increase practice efficiencies in a great number of areas outside of clinical documentation,” she said. “Because of the work of certified medical scribes, providers not only have a more accurate and complete picture of the patient, but they get back the time and attention they need to join the evolution of the outpatient healthcare industry into a patient-centered, integrative system that focuses on prevention, disease reversal and wellness.”  CMS recognizes Certified Medical Scribe Specialists in CEHRT Personnel Measure to document for clinicians, if not the clinician themselves.

Today’s economic investments are building integrative systems in our collaborative 21st century public healthcare system. ACMSS additionally believes that Integrative Medicine is a key piece to the future of healthcare, delivering high-technology clinical care that is customized to each patient for individual wellness. Integrative Medicine systems focus on the whole person, ensuring the individual remains healthy.

ACMSS works in compliance with CMS to meet national goals and initiatives of Meaningful Use, and proposed Medicare Access and CHIP Reauthorization Act (MACRA) into Merit-Based Payment Incentive System (MIPS).  Building integrative systems for prevention and disease reversal for patient care most heavily impact family practice, primary care, and urgent care, followed by specialities.  MACRA allows the current traditional healthcare system and providers to focus on their much-needed goals today in independent practices of working to assist patients in disease reversal and prevention toward wellness.

Please contact ACMSS directly at info@theacmss.org or 657-888-2158 if you have any questions, in addition to purchasing standardized Volume Certification Packages across healthcare, meeting national goals together.

About ACMSS

The American College of Medical Scribe Specialists is the nation’s only nonprofit professional society representing more than 17,000 Medical Scribes in over 1,700 medical institutions. ACMSS partners with academic institutions, non-profit partners, and medical scribe corporations to offer both education-to-certification and employment-to-certification pathways. ACMSS advances the needs of the medical scribe industry through certification, public advocacy, and continuing education. To learn more about ACMSS, please visit: theacmss.org

For ACMSS press inquiries and/or speaking engagements, contact:
American College of Medical Scribe Specialists
info@theacmss.org
(657) 888-2158

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CMS MU, 2%: Certified Medical Scribes Meet Personnel Measure Meaningful Use; Prepare for MIPS Measures and Innovation

What Physicians, Practice Administrators Need to Know

Certified Medical Scribe Specialists (CMSS) are making their debut into the country in record pace?  Why?  Together we are writing our nations stories, our most sacred document in getting people healthy and well. Certified Scribes into practice workflows are key to achieving national goals and creating sustainable wellness.  Together, as a team and in unison, Physicians, Practice Administrators, and ancillary staff are working to provide valuable resources to your care team.

Practice Administrators and Physicians need to know that certified scribes are a necessity with CEHRT.  CMS has noted the following:

“CMS has asked that each provider or practice retain a copy of the Specialist Crosswalk documentation, and certificate, in their files, just as they would retain documentation outlining their individual approach and method, as well as staffing protocols for audit purposes.”

Together, as a nation, we are working hard to maintain the highest level of integrity and distinction in maintaining electronic health record compilation and utilization.  Key breakthroughs are had when documentation is aligned, utilized, and appropriate to research and outcomes.

Join Us: ACMSS hosts Open Meaningful Use Webinars: The Future is Here Now! (Friday 4/22 at 11 PST)

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MU Webinar! Join us Friday, April 22! 11 PST/2 EST

Open Town Hall Q&A ACMSS will speak on Evolving Systems Design, Preventive Medicine, Meaningfully Using Clinical Documentation, Spurring Innovation to MIPS/MACRA, Collaboration to Research & Outcomes, and, most notably, the Career Choice for Certified Medical Scribes. Register Today!

Let us help you answer key questions towards innovating our 21st-Century Healthcare System. Let’s meet Meaningful Use together!

Please register for ACMSS Meaningful Use – Townhall Webinar on Apr 22, 2016 11:00 AM PDT at:

https://lnkd.in/bWXYwG6

Next webinar: April 27, 11 PST.

We look forward to “meeting” you and speaking with you soon!

How Integrative Medicine Empowers Patients To Take Charge Of Their Health

How Integrative Medicine Empowers Patients To Take Charge Of Their Health

05/04/2015 12:44 pm ET | Updated May 04, 2015

Integrative medicine, an approach to treating patients that aims to address the “whole person,” is a burgeoning field in health care — and for good reason.

Integrative therapies have been found to relieve pain and anxiety in cancer patients, to reduce symptoms of post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) in veterans, and to hold promise in preventing and treating heart disease.

Now, some promising new research suggests that an integrative medicine approach may be effective in treating chronic pain, stress and depression — and in helping people feel empowered to take charge of their health.

For the study, researchers analyzed survey data from 369 patients over the course of six months, collected from the Patients Receiving Integrative Medicine Interventions Effectiveness Registry (PRIMIER), the first-ever registry of integrative medicine patients.

They found that use of integrative medicine significantly increased “patient activation,” which refers to a patient’s belief that they have the knowledge, skills and confidence to take meaningful actions to improve their health and maintain self-care. Over the six months, the number of patient with low activation levels decreased, and those with higher levels of activation increased by 12 percent.

Patients also reported reduced stress and depression. Among those being treated for chronic pain, patients reported significant decreases in pain severity and a one-third reduction in how much their pain interfered with their quality of life.

We are encouraged by these early results,” the study’s lead author, Dr. Donald I. Abrams, an integrative oncologist at the University of California, San Francisco’s Osher Center for Integrative Medicine, said in a statement. He added that the PRIMIER registry will help clinicians identify some of the most effective practices in the still-new field of integrative medicine.

Integrative medicine treatments include complementary therapies like acupuncture, yoga, chiropractic, nutrition, massage and mindfulness, and stresses the relationship between the patient and the practitioner. This is part of a growing trend:33 percent of U.S. adults used complementary health approaches in 2012, the most recent year for which data is available, and the number of American hospitals that offer complementary therapies has doubled in less than a decade. That said, acceptance has only grown so far: many insurance providers still do not cover these treatments.

It’s no longer considered fringe,” Dr. Esther Sternberg, a scientist at the National Institutes of Health and author of The Balance Within: The Science Connecting Health and Emotions, told WebMD. “Medical students are being taught to think in an integrated way about the patient, and ultimately, that will improve the management of illness at all levels.”

The new study was released by the Bravewell Collaborative, a foundation that advocates for better healthcare through integrative medicine.

Hire and Require Certified Scribes, Protecting Healthcare: 209,000 organizations to pay Medicaid penalties for missing meaningful use requirements

Certified Scribes are a necessity to the 21st-Century Healthcare System. ACMSS knows the vital necessity of qualified personnel, in tandem with providers and technology evolutions. Certified Medical Scribe Specialists (CMSS) are a requirement and evolution necessity to meet MU stage 2 objectives. Input of information enables Electronic Health Records system, building  toward outcomes and wellness. Certified Scribes serve as a resource innovating care models, which should begin today and avoid increasing adjustments.

ACMSS Certified Scribes offer relief and assistance toward Physician utliziation.

Become a valuable Member, select Membership Types:  https://theacmss.org/store/membership-types/
PH: (657) 888-2158

Meaningful Use

209,000 organizations to pay Medicaid penalties for missing meaningful use requirements

Though the end to the program may be near, around 6,000 will have payments cut by up to $10,000 based on 2014 data.

By Jessica Davis

04:57 PM

Despite officials this week signaling the end of the meaningful use program, more than 200,000 eligible providers will see a 2 percent cut in their Medicaid payments in 2016 for failing to meet standards in 2014, recent Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services data show.

About 86,000 providers will have a payment reduction between $1,000 and $10,000 and almost 6,000 more will have payments cut by up to $10,000 or more. The majority, around 117,000 providers, will receive penalties less than $1,000.

The penalties are enforced under the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009. It states, eligible providers unable to demonstrate meaningful use for the EHR reporting period will be penalized. Those providers participating in Medicare EHR Incentive programs must demonstrate meaningful use.

CMS didn’t state how many hospitals would be penalized, but the penalties are likely to be greater than those levied on physicians. Last year, about 200 hospitals were hit with penalties.

Although the amount of providers facing penalties is high, it’s still lower than last year’s reported 257,000 penalties. By 2017 these penalties are likely to be minimal, as Congress passed blanket hardship exemptions in December as part of the Patient Access and Medicare Protection Act.

More than 70 percent of eligible healthcare providers and more than 95 percent of eligible hospitals received federal government incentive payments, according to the report.

[Also: Bill expanding meaningful use hardship exemptions passes]

Since 2011, 400,000 healthcare institutions and providers have received incentive payments under the program. But meaningful use continues to endure backlash.

At a recent J.P. Morgan Annual Healthcare Conference, CMS chief Andy Slavitt said  meaningful use would likely end in 2016. The recent changes in the Medicare Access & CHIP Reauthorization Act suggest the same.

“The meaningful use program as it has existed will now be effectively over and replaced with something better,” Slavitt said. The details on the next stages will be announced in the coming months.

 

Certified Scribes Meet Requirement of Meaningful Use

 

Happy New Year!

Partner and Certify Today; Together, we are building our future!

Certified Medical Scribes are a requirement of Meaningful Use and a necessary and valuable commodity in creating our evolving health and wellness care models. Together we are united; together we are one!

Certification Options:

Certified Medical Scribe Specialist (CMSS) certification meet MU objectives
Certified Medical Scribe Apprentice (CMSA) certification
Certification Bundles, choose 1+ bundles to Unlimited (Copper to Platinum+)
HIPAA for Scribes video/certification assessment, 1 hour Continuing Education
MSCAT Training/Resource Guide (MSCAT study, Prep for Continuing Education)

What are the benefits of Certification?
Requirement of CMS Meaningful Use
Workflow management and efficiencies
Patient Safety
Electronic Health Records goals enabled
Enable evolving care models in wellness
Highly valuable member of the allied healthcare team
Professional career recognition, growth
Expanding evolving employment and career opportunities
Competitive advantage toward medical school application process
Protecting and blanketing America’s healthcare system

All in healthcare welcome; Partner with ACMSS via Membership Types:
Corporate Membership
Practice Partners
Non-Profit Partnerships (available for 501(c)3 or 501 (c)6 – all welcome
Vendor Sponsorships (EMR, HIE, HIT vendors)
Contributors
ACMSS is your trusted partner, growing beside you, in today’s evolving healthcare system for doctors, patients and clients alike! Certify today!

“Revolutionizing Clinical Care one Certified Scribe at a Time!”
Together, we are building “meaningful” clinical documentation!

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Today is the Deadline for Medicare Eligible Professionals to Attest for 2014 Participation

EHR Incentive Programs ? A program of the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services

News Updates
Today is the Deadline for Medicare Eligible Professionals to Attest for 2014 ParticipationEligible professionals have until 11:59 pm ET today, March 20, 2015, to attest to meaningful use for the Medicare Electronic Health Record (EHR) Incentive Program 2014 reporting year.

Medicare eligible professionals must attest to meaningful use every year to receive an incentive and avoid a payment adjustment. Providers who successfully attest for the 2014 program year will:

Note: The Medicare extension does not affect deadlines for the Medicaid EHR Incentive Program. Additionally, the EHR reporting option for PQRS has been extended until today at 8:00pm ET

How to Attest
Submit your data to the Registration and Attestation System, which includes 2014 Certified EHR Technology (CEHRT) Flexibility Rule options.

Tips to ensure successful attestation:

  • Before you register– make sure you have an active and approved enrollment record in the Provider Enrollment, Chain and Ownership System (PECOS)
  • When registering– be sure to have your NPI, Identity and Access Management (I&A) ID and Password, Payee TIN, and Payee NPI information available, along with your EHR Certification Number
  • Before you attest– make sure you have a successful and active registration status in the Registration and Attestation System
    • Registration status will read “Active” when all validations pass
  • After you attest– click on the status tab to see your progress, and then click the appropriate tab to see your registration, attestation, and payment status

CMS recommends you review all of your attestation information before submitting. To learn more, see the Educational Resources on the CMS EHR Incentive Programs website.

For help, call the EHR Information Center: 1-888-734-6433
TTY for people with hearing impairments: 1-888-734-6563
MondayFriday, 8:30 am – 7:30 pm (ET)

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Medicare Eligible Professionals: Tomorrow is the Last Day to Attest for 2014 Participation

EHR Incentive Programs ? A program of the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services

News Updates
Tomorrow is the Deadline for Medicare Eligible Professionals to Attest for 2014 ParticipationEligible professionals have until 11:59 pm ET tomorrow, March 20, 2015, to attest to meaningful use for the Medicare Electronic Health Record (EHR) Incentive Program 2014 reporting year.

Medicare eligible professionals must attest to meaningful use every year to receive an incentive and avoid a payment adjustment. Providers who successfully attest for the 2014 program year will:

Note: The Medicare extension does not affect deadlines for the Medicaid EHR Incentive Program. Additionally, the EHR reporting option for PQRS has been extended until March 20, 2015

How to Attest
Submit your data to the Registration and Attestation System, which includes 2014 Certified EHR Technology (CEHRT) Flexibility Rule options.

Tips to ensure successful attestation:

  • Before you register– make sure you have an active and approved enrollment record in the Provider Enrollment, Chain and Ownership System (PECOS)
  • When registering– be sure to have your NPI, Identity and Access Management (I&A) ID and Password, Payee TIN, and Payee NPI information available, along with your EHR Certification Number
  • Before you attest– make sure you have a successful and active registration status in the Registration and Attestation System
    • Registration status will read “Active” when all validations pass
  • After you attest– click on the status tab to see your progress, and then click the appropriate tab to see your registration, attestation, and payment status

CMS recommends you review all of your attestation information before submitting. To learn more, see the Educational Resources on the CMS EHR Incentive Programs website.

For help, call the EHR Information Center: 1-888-734-6433
TTY for people with hearing impairments: 1-888-734-6563
MondayFriday, 8:30 am – 7:30 pm (ET)

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National Medical Scribe Week SALE!!!

June 4 to June 8 is National Medical Scribe week! To celebrate this occasion, this week only, we will be offering the MSCAT for $75 to all new and current members.

– If you are not a member please click here to join.
– If you are a member, please click here to purchase the MSCAT.

ACMSS celebrates with you and looks forward to Medical Scribes certifying as Certified Medical Scribes (CMS). Thank you for your contribution to healthcare delivery, both now and in the future!

“What’s in a Name? The Future of Certified Medical Scribes (CMS)” Industry Webinar

Our Executive Director, Kristin Hagen, will be presenting this week to AHDI-NEMA – “What’s in a Name? The Future of  Certified Medical Scribes (CMS).” Register today for the event, Wednesday, May 23, at 12 EST. Make plans and join us for this informative and insightful look at CMS’ within our nation’s healthcare system today!

ACMSS Launches National MSCAT Medical Scribe & HIPAA Certification Exams

The American College of Clinical Information Managers (ACMSS) has Officially Launched the Clinical Information Manager Certification and Aptitude Test (MSCAT) and HIPAA Scribe Certification Program

Caldwell, NJ, February 23, 2012

The American College of Clinical Information Managers (ACMSS) announced today the launch of the nation’s first certification exams for the clinical information management professional.

The ACMSS was established to advance the profession through leadership in advocacy, education, certification, and lifelong learning and has long recognized the need to develop a certification examination that targets clinical information management professionals who are qualified by their training and experience to achieve industry-level certification.

“Medical scribe employment is clearly on the rise and employers require a minimum level of documentation performance and knowledge of the clinical boundaries of scribe utilization. Given the rapid growth of the medical scribe industry, a standardized approach to quality and accurate point-of-care documentation will enable physician workflow efficiencies. These operational improvements as a result of medical scribe use allow the physician to examine additional patients, spend more time at the patient’s bedside, and circumvent the physical barrier imposed by Electronic Medical Records (EMRs) in the physician-patient interview. We believe medical scribe use is cost effective and leads to additional patient safety. In a field as highly regulated as the healthcare industry, it is only a matter of time before medical scribes will need to demonstrate their credentials,” says Kristin Hagen, Executive Director of the ACMSS.

The MSCAT is a comprehensive certification exam that verifies the medical scribe possesses the skill set of a credentialed Certified Medical Scribe (CMS). CMS’ must demonstrate fluency in medical terminology, visit level assignment, medicolegal risk mitigation, accountability measures, the Physician Quality Reporting System (PQRS), and in navigating the Electronic Health Record (EHR).

The Health Information Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) course and exam ensures the medical scribe documents the physician-patient medical encounter in a federally compliant manner with respect to the Privacy Rule.

“Helping our graduates achieve industry certification and gain employment is our primary focus,” says Peter Reilly, President and CEO of the American Healthcare Documentation Professionals Group. “Partnering with the ACMSS in the development and delivery of these certification exams ensures our medical scribe training program will culminate in industry certification for our graduates just like our medical transcription editing training and medical billing and coding training programs currently do.”

To learn more about the MSCAT certification exam and other ACMSS exams, please visit the MSCAT page.

About ACMSS
The American College of Clinical Information Managers (ACMSS) is the nation’s preeminent professional society representing Certified Medical Scribes (CMS) professionals. The ACMSS is committed to advancing the CMS profession through leadership in advocacy, education, certification, and lifelong learning. ACMSS certification and membership is sought and earned by Clinical Information Managers on a voluntary basis. To learn more about the ACMSS and to find out how to join us and our members in advancing our cause, please visit our website at www.theacmss.org.

About AHDPG
The American Healthcare Documentation Professionals Group (AHDPG) is a leading training and workforce development company focused on the healthcare documentation industry. AHDPG was the first employer owned training organization approved by the Approval Committee for Certificate Programs (ACCP), a joint committee established by the Association for Healthcare Documentation Integrity (AHDI) and the American Health Information Management Association (AHIMA). AHDPG provides online training in the areas of medical transcription editing, medical billing and coding and clinical information management (medical scribe) delivered in a supportive environment. Students graduate ready to take their respective certification exams and gain employment in the healthcare documentation industry. For more information about AHDPG, please visit our website at www.ahdpg.com.

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