Cost:

Free for HFMA Members
$399 for Non-members

Audience:

Business Partners
Hospitals and Other Providers

Career level:

Early Careerist
Experienced Professional
Student

Recommended for:

Admissions
Business Development
Claims
Healthcare Revenue Integrity
Medical Records
Patient Access
Patient Accounts
Patient Financial Services
Revenue Cycle

Delivery Method:

QAS Self Study

Advance Preparation:

None

Field of Study:

Behavioral Ethics: 0.5 hour
Finance: 2.0 hours
Specialized Knowledge: 11.5 hours

Prerequisites:

One or more years of experience in revenue cycle activities

Course Availability:

18 Months

Certification | Intermediate | Revenue Cycle

Certified Revenue Cycle Representative (CRCR)

Certification | Intermediate | Revenue Cycle

Certified Revenue Cycle Representative (CRCR)

Description

Healthcare rules are becoming more complex. Patients are demanding a better experience. Your staff is being held at a higher level of accountability than ever before.

With the industry's shift from volume to value, it is essential that revenue cycle staff have a broad understanding of the contemporary revenue cycle and how it influences the financial outcomes of the organization.

HFMA's CRCR is the only content available today that provides a national-level certification for addressing the contemporary patient-centric revenue cycle. Discover how comprehensive CRCR training for your revenue cycle staff can help your organization.
After this program, you'll be able to..
  • Enhance the patient experience
  • Reduce denials and simplify collections
  • Improve financial performance
  • Comply with new regulations
  • Increase interdepartmental cooperation
  • Heighten staff confidence and work satisfaction
  • Measure revenue cycle staff proficiency
  • Recognize staff knowledge and expertise
  • Decrease turnover
Online program last updated: 3/29/2017

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