CCS Success: The Credential is Just the Start

CCS Success: The Credential is Just the Start

by Mary Beth York, CCS, CCS-P, CIC

My CCS Exam Prep classes are intensive, fifteen-week, total immersions into the guidelines and conventions of the ICD-10-CM, ICS-10-PCS, and CPT code sets. During that time the intricacies of coding are a constant presence in the student’s life.

And it works: my students usually pass the exams (many achieving truly excellent scores) but more importantly they become great coders, confident in their skills, committed to professional excellence, and able to handle just about any case that falls into their queue.

I love to hear from former students! After our time together during the exam prep I miss them. I heard recently from one such student, “By going through the class and passing the CCS, my confidence and quality in my coding has improved tremendously!”

This is a great comment. While the CCS is the immediate goal, and something to definitely be proud of, it is the knowledge that the CCS connotes that is most important. You cannot achieve the CCS without in-depth study and preparation. The process of preparing for the CCS will leave you a better coder than when you began it.

Applications are now being accepted for the Libman Education CCS Exam Prep — an intensive, 15-week course by Mary Beth York, CCS, CCS-P, CIC, a nationally recognized CCS expert who has mentored hundreds to CCS success. Don’t delay! Class size is strictly limited to ensure one-on-one mentoring and personalized live instruction.  Learn more here.


About the Author

Mary Beth York, CCS, CCS-P, CIC
Mary Beth York has over twenty year's experience in coding, auditing and documentation improvement for hospitals ranging from community to teaching hospitals as well as physician group practices. Mary Beth is the author of Libman Education's highly successful CCS Exam Prep course, as well as Libman Education's highly successful CCA Exam Review course. 

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