Examinees are asked to select the correct meaning of words specific to medical environments.
Tests typing speed and error rate while copying a text specific to medical environments.
Examinees type a medical document that is read aloud.
Examinees select the correct spelling of words specific to medical environments.
Examinees transcribe into shorthand a document containing medical terminology that is read aloud, then type the document from their shorthand notes into the computer for automatic grading.
Questions covering basic knowledge of prefixes and suffixes used in medical terminology.
This test measures examinees' knowledge and skill of medical coding in the U.S.
This test assesses examinees' basic medical secretary knowledge and skills such as billing & insurance, filing & paperwork, phone & messaging, and scheduling.
Questions covering knowledge of standard medical and health insurance abbreviations.
Questions covering standard medical billing practices in the United States.
Multiple-choice beginner questions on medical billings topics such as claims procedures, rejections and forms identification.
This test measures knowledge of Records, Analysis, Environment, Systems & Technology, and Organization & Management.
Questions covering standard health insurance billing forms in the United States.
This test assesses examinees’ knowledge of ICD-10-CM coding, including features, code sets and code structure.
This test assesses examinees’ ability to use ICD-10-CM codes by referencing the manual to properly code a diagnosis.
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).
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...