Certified Electronic Health Records Specialist (CEHRS)

Certified Electronic Health Records Specialist (CEHRS)

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Certified Electronic Health Records Exam (CEHRS) 



The Certified Electronic Health Records Exam (CEHRS) is generally combined with other NHA credentials to broaden the employee's skill set, thereby adding values and build their skills to make them a valuable asset for the company.


CEHRS Exam Eligibility

The eligibility to take the Certified Electronic Health Records Exam (CEHRS) exam includes - 

  • Must have a high school diploma or GED/high school equivalency
  • Should complete an electronic health records specialist training or education program within the last 5 years

OR 

  • Should have a high school diploma or GED/high school equivalency
  • 1 year of supervised work experience in electronic health records specialist field within the last 3 years


Course Outline

The Certified Electronic Health Records Exam (CEHRS) exam covers the following topics - 

  • Domain 1 - Understanding Non-Clinical Operations (28 Topics)
  • Domain 2 - Understanding Clinical Operations (32 Topics)
  • Domain 3 - Understanding Revenue Cycle/Finance (15 Topics)
  • Domain 4 - Understanding Regulatory Compliance (15 Topics)
  • Domain 5 - Understanding Reporting (10 Topics)


Certified Electronic Health Records Specialist (CEHRS) FAQs

An Electronic Health Record (EHR) Specialist is responsible to manage patient health information for ensuring data is accuracy, and electronically secure data.

The Certified Electronic Health Records Specialist (CEHRS) exam is an industry certification developed by the National Healthcareer Association (NHA) to measure students’ knowledge and skills so they can become electronic health record specialists. Candidates passing the EHR certification exam, they earn a certification designating that they can work in a healthcare facility as a CEHRS.

The Certified Electronic Health Records Exam (CEHRS) exam covers the following topics - 

  • Domain 1 - Understanding Non-Clinical Operations (28 Topics)
  • Domain 2 - Understanding Clinical Operations (32 Topics)
  • Domain 3 - Understanding Revenue Cycle/Finance (15 Topics)
  • Domain 4 - Understanding Regulatory Compliance (15 Topics)
  • Domain 5 - Understanding Reporting (10 Topics)

The eligibility to take the Certified Electronic Health Records Exam (CEHRS) exam includes - 

  • Must have a high school diploma or GED/high school equivalency
  • Should complete an electronic health records specialist training or education program within the last 5 years

OR 

  • Should have a high school diploma or GED/high school equivalency
  • 1 year of supervised work experience in electronic health records specialist field within the last 3 years

Becoming a Certified Electronic Health Records Specialist can open doors to employment opportunities in various healthcare facilities, as these specialists are in high demand. By obtaining this certification, you can demonstrate to employers that you possess the knowledge and skills needed for efficient management of electronic health records. 

To take the Certified Electronic Health Records Specialist Exam, you need to bring a valid government-issued photo ID.

 The Certified Electronic Health Records Specialist Exam comprises 100 questions and takes 1 hour and 50 minutes to complete, including 10 pretest questions. 

Your score report is available immediately after exam completion, and the official certificate results will be posted to your account page within two days, with the printed certificate arriving within two weeks. You will receive an email notification when your results are available, and you can access them through your certification portal account. 

If you fail the Certified Electronic Health Records Specialist Exam, you can retake it after 30 days for the first two attempts, and after 12 months for the third and fourth attempts. 

 

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