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Certified Medical Office Manager (CMOM)®
Physicians need certified professionals capable of understanding the newest business and regulatory issues. The Certified Medical Office Manager (CMOM)® credential arms you with advanced knowledge to help improve the productivity and profitability of the office. Becoming certified will empower you to take charge of practice administrative issues and free up physicians and clinical staff to focus on quality patient care.
Earning your certification enables you communicate with improved confidence to guard the practice against risks, motivate employees and increase revenue. Demonstrate to physicians, auditors, compliance officers, employers and business associates that you have taken steps to attain advanced knowledge and skills.
Whether you are currently running a practice or want to acquire the skills to become a practice leader, this program will explain this role in detailed, easy-to-follow modules. Graduates of this program will gain thorough understanding of managing a successful medical practice.
Certified Professional Standards of Excellence
Practice Management Institute’s Certified Professional Standards of were developed to promote ethical requirements and standards for its Certified Professionals. These guidelines were established and approved by the Practice Management Institute® Advisory Board for Certification Programming.
Standards of Conduct describe the actions that would reasonably be expected of a PMI Certified Professional in the performance of his/her duties. Certified Professionals are held to the highest professional standards in the medical industry. PMI Certified Professionals must agree to follow appropriate and legal guidelines according to governmental and third party payer organizations and contracts. They will support the compliance efforts and reporting system of the medical practice. They will bill only for services that are actually rendered. Services will be coded accurately and only when documentation is provided for the service. They agree to continue to learn and abide by current standards in the ever-changing business of medicine.