Electronic Health Record Certification

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Electronic Health Record Certification

Abbreviation of Certification: EHRC

Fee charged for the exam: $109.00 (Study Material Included)

For more information, please view the Certification Program Outline and Exam Blueprint.

Description and Purpose of test:

An Electronic Health Record Specialist has entry-level knowledge in the use of software to input patient information, manage patient records electronically, and manage all aspects of the office through the use of the electronic health record software.

Medical records and health information technicians organize and manage health information data.

An Electronic Health Record Certification (EHRC) allows candidates to participate in a variety of healthcare settings. An Electronic Health Recorder’s responsibility may include, but are not limited to the following:

  • Use of software to input patient information
  • Manage patient records electronically
  • Manage all aspects of the office through the use of the electronic health record software
  • Recognizing the need for continuing education and staying current in health care mandates

The test is comprised of 100 questions in Electronic Health Records:

The breakdown is as follows: medical administrative, electronic health records/use of software, medical terminology, patient care, infection control and medical law and ethics.

Allotted time for examinees is 2 hours.

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