Based on the NCCT practice exam I need to review pharmacology, infection exposure control and safety, phlebotomy, other diagnostic test and ECG troubleshooting and maintenance. I did not do very well on the NCCT practice exam. I know I need to study all the possible abbreviations some of them I just could not recall. A study goal that I want to achieve is to be able to describe in detail what certain body functions are and how they work. I also what to feel confident that I am going to pass the NCCT exam after I have complete everything that I need to review and study. I like the idea of breaking my study goals down into manageable study task helping access where I need to apply most of my studying. Some of the thoughts that I have for being
In order to pass the CPC exam, you need to have a strong understanding in all areas of the medical field. All of the classes that I have taken so far were in preparation for me to be successful when I take my CPC exam. One of the first things I will do to prepare for the exam is to make sure all of my coding books have tabs and any and all notes that I may need during my test. Fortunately for me my instructor conducts a boot camp and tutoring classes if I need help with any part of what I have learned this far and to help us be ready for the test. My instructor has also made up a study guide in quizlet that contains all of the information that we need to know for the CPC exam. This study tool in particular for me is very helpful. It not
Please answer all questions in this exam. Answers to the multiple choice questions need to be filled in on the scantron sheets (remember to use pencil to fill in the circles) and also circled on the exam itself. Answers to the short answer questions should go in the exam booklet provided. All three components (scantron sheets, exam booklets, paper copy of exam) should be turned in at the conclusion of the exam.
This exam is is essential before attempting to take the 201-level-hands-on exam. The content in this exam needs to be taken before the 201-levelhands-on exam because this exam is meant to ease the time it takes to do the 201-level hands- on exam.Most of the questions in this exam is multiple choice, each question is worth 1 point. The passing percentage of this exam is
3. Questions 3a through 3d are based on a distribution of scores with and the standard Draw a small picture to help you see what is required.
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The following are the eight (8) steps that are included in the manual, which is used in the assessment process: (Fisher, 2013)
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1. In President Obama’s speech at West Point, he announced that 30,000 additional troops would be sent to Afghanistan. He made this decision because he said it was vital to the United States’ national interest. The vital national interest at risk in President Obama’s address is the security and safety of the American people as well as the “security of our allies and the common security of the world.” By involving the military and increasing the troop strength, President Obama can achieve the objectives of his strategy. His objectives are to keep the Taliban from becoming powerful, prevent them from government rule, improve Afghanistan security forces and government so they can manage their own country and prevent Al Qaeda from
* To attain the goal of becoming a medical coding auditor there are a number of skills needed, many of which I have and some that I will gain in the next few years as part of my career action plan. The skills I currently have to meet the first part of my career goal (to become a medical coder) are: Basic computer skills, understanding of how to use Microsoft office software programs, knowledge of health care terminology, completion of an AHIMA accredited certification course for medical coding and billing, and professional communication skills.