CPT CODING (MANUAL REQUIRED)

This test is for medical coders to code using Current Procedural Terminology (CPT) as created by the American Medical Association (AMA). It includes CPT coding for surgery; for medicine; and for anesthesia, laboratory, and radiology. In addition, a sub-topic is...

HIPAA – Standard

This test assesses examinees understanding of national standard to protect the privacy of personal health information as specified in the US Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA).

ICD-10-CM

This test assesses examinees’ knowledge of ICD-10-CM coding, including features, code sets and code structure.

Medical Secretary Test

This test assesses examinees' basic medical secretary knowledge and skills such as billing & insurance, filing & paperwork, phone & messaging, and scheduling.

Nursing – Critical Care (form A)

This test assesses examinees’ knowledge of critical care nursing, including cardio-vascular, respiratory, neurological, abdominal, renal, endocrine, and hematologic systems, shock, legal/ethical issues, caring practice, diversity, and collaboration.

Nursing – Critical Care (form B)

This test assesses examinees’ knowledge of critical care nursing, including cardio-vascular, respiratory, neurological, abdominal, renal, endocrine, and hematologic systems, shock, legal/ethical issues, caring practice, diversity, and collaboration.

Nursing – Critical Care Scenarios (form B)

These two tests measure how successfully examinees can apply critical care nursing knowledge and skills across a variety of disciplines including cardio-vascular, respiratory, neurological, abdominal, renal, endocrine, and hematologic systems.

Nursing – Critical Care Scenarios (form A)

These two tests measure how successfully examinees can apply critical care nursing knowledge and skills across a variety of disciplines including cardio-vascular, respiratory, neurological, abdominal, renal, endocrine, and hematologic systems.

Nursing – Emergency (form A)

This test assesses examinees’ knowledge of emergency nursing, including triage, patient assessment, a full range of systems disorders, transfer/transport, disaster, legal\/ethical issues, research and education.

Nursing – HIPAA

This test assesses examinees understanding of national standard to protect the privacy of personal health information as specified in the US Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA).

Nursing – Emergency (form B)

This test assesses examinees’ knowledge of emergency nursing, including triage, patient assessment, a full range of systems disorders, transfer/transport, disaster, legal\/ethical issues, research and education.

Nursing – Labor and Delivery

This test assesses examinees’ knowledge of labor and delivery nursing, including Apgar scores, fetal positioning, labor stages, newborn norms and disorders, diagnostics, and delivery and post-delivery procedures.

Nursing – Medical Surgical (form A)

This test assesses examinees’ knowledge of medical surgical nursing, including patient assessment, a full range of systems disorders, and pediatric, cancer, perioperative and geriatric nursing.

Nursing – Medical Surgical (form B)

This test assess examinees’ knowledge of medical surgical nursing, including patient assessment, a full range of systems disorders, and pediatric, cancer, perioperative and geriatric nursing.

Nursing – Neonatal ICU (form A)

This test assesses examinees’ knowledge of neonatal intensive care nursing, including fetal and extrauterine assessment and development, a full range of neonatal systems disorders, nutrition and feeding, and genetic and legal/ethical issues.

Nursing – Pediatric (form B)

This test assess examinees’ knowledge of pediatric nursing, including childhood, infant, newborn, toddler, preschooler, school age and adolescent norms and disorders, a full range of systems disorders, disability and cultural issues.

Nursing – Psychiatric

These two tests assess examinees’ knowledge of psychiatric nursing, including diagnostics, early disorders, delirium, substances, schizophrenia; anxiety, sleep, somataform, dissociative, sexual, eating, and personality disorders.

Nursing – Pediatric (form A)

This test assess examinees’ knowledge of pediatric nursing, including childhood, infant, newborn, toddler, preschooler, school age and adolescent norms and disorders, a full range of systems disorders, disability and cultural issues.

Nursing – Neonatal ICU (form B)

This test assesses examinees’ knowledge of neonatal intensive care nursing, including fetal and extrauterine assessment and development, a full range of neonatal systems disorders, nutrition and feeding, and genetic and legal/ethical issues.

Nursing – Radiology (form B)

This test assess examinees’ knowledge of clinical radiology, including chest, abdominal, spinal and limb radiographs, non-traumatic skeletal, and CT head scan radiographs, and radiographic diagnostics.