CCS Mock Exam with Coaching Session by Renowned CCS Instructor Mary Beth York Now Available

Program helps coders prepare for CCS before ICD-9-based exam changes this April 

BEDFORD MASSACHUSETTS February 04, 2014To help medical coders prepare for the Certified Coding Specialist (CCS) exam before it changes, Libman Education has released a special CCS Mock Exam with Personal Coaching Session by veteran medical coder Mary Beth York, CCS, CCS-P – instructor of Libman Education’s highly successful CCS Exam Prep course. 

The current ICD-9-based exam is slated to end April 7, 2014, when the CCS exam becomes ICD-10-CM/PCS-based. By taking the exam prior to this date, coders can avoid having to both learn ICD-10 and prepare for the CCS exam simultaneously.

The CCS Mock Exam with Personal Coaching Session tests one’s acute hospital coding skills with a proprietary practice exam that closely resembles the actual CCS exam, followed by a one-on-one consultation with renowned CCS instructor Mary Beth York. This gives coders a feel for how the CCS exam is conducted, and also helps them to determine their strengths and weaknesses so they can appropriately prepare to take the exam before April.

“The CCS credential is a great achievement, as it demonstrates mastery of acute care hospital coding,” said Mary Beth York. “But passing the CCS exam is not easy; even experienced coders have difficulty passing. There is no substitute for hard study. However, proper guidance can make one’s studies more focused and productive. It is this kind of guidance that the coaching session offers.”

York, who has mentored hundreds of students to CCS success, added, “While many mock CCS exams are available, finding one that is really helpful is difficult. In Libman Education’s Intensive CCS Exam Prep course, hundreds of students have used this particular exam to successfully prepare for CCS. And, while April is almost here, there is still some time remaining to take it.”

The CCS Mock Exam includes both a multiple-choice section with 89 questions, and a fill-in-the-blank section with 12 medical record cases (six outpatient records and six inpatient records).

After students finish the exam, it is graded and analyzed. Then begins the one-hour Personal Coaching Session, where Mary Beth York offers helpful tips and suggests test-taking techniques. York also identifies areas that need more study, and discusses preparation strategies for exam success.

To learn more about the CCS Mock Exam with Personal Coaching Session, visit https://www.libmaneducation.com/healthcare-education-training/credential-prep/ccs-mock-exam-coaching-session/

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Libman Education Inc. is a leading provider of training for the health care workforce. We offer self-paced online courses designed and developed by leading industry experts in Health Information Management (HIM) and Medical Record Coding. Our courseware is used by individuals as well as health care providers and institutions, public and private workforce development training programs, and professional and volunteer associations interested in educating their employees, their students, and their members. At Libman Education, we offer the right-mix of online education to ensure that the health care workforce is prepared to meet the challenges of the changing health care workplace.
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Libman Education Inc. is a leading provider of training for the health care workforce offering self-paced and instructor-led online courses designed and developed by leading industry experts in Health Information Management (HIM) and Medical Record Coding. Our courses are specifically designed to improve individual skills and increase the efficiencies and competencies of health care providers and institutions. At Libman Education, we understand the needs and challenges of a well-trained workforce and offer the right-mix of online education to ensure that the health care professionals are prepared to meet the challenges of the changing workplace.

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