Certificate of Medical Necessity and CEU's

by Anonymous

Hi, I am a student studying in the medical billing and coding field. I recently did an online training under CMS website and have a training certificate on Certificate of medical necessity. Can I use the training skill for my resume? I also have CEU credit for that, can that also be applied to college credits?


Response:

I would certainly encourage you to take credit for any training you've taken and the associated certificate(s) you've received on your resume.

I may be wrong but I understand the CEU to be a standard for continuing education and training - but is not the same as or a substitute for a college credit.

One Continuing Education Unit (CEU) is defined as 10 contact hours in an organized continuing education or training program.

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