HEALTHCARE ASSESSMENTS

The Medical Records Coding [ICD-10] assessment measures a medical record coder's ability to consistently and accurately apply the proper diagnosis codes (ICD-10) to a specific condition, disease, or injury. This test focuses on using the ICD-10 books, general ICD-10 knowledge, and applying diagno...
The Medical Records Coding [ICD-9] assessment uses the 2013 code book to measure a medical record coder's ability to consistently and accurately apply the proper diagnosis codes (ICD-9) to a specific condition, disease, or injury. This test focuses on several basic areas of the ICD-9-CM Book, Phy...
The Medical Records Legal Issues test is designed to assess a test taker's knowledge of the American legal system and its impact on the delivery of healthcare, specifically as it relates to Medical Record issues. This test is appropriate to administer to those who work in the medical records depa...
The Medical Billing Knowledge test is designed to assess the test taker's knowledge of medical billing procedures. The questions focus on several broad categories: general knowledge, registration, claims management, payment management, denial management and managed care. Most questions are based ...
This Medical Billing (UB-04) test covers several different areas of UB-04 form knowledge as well as billing terminology, procedures, and general insurance knowledge. The questions are meant to generally apply to any office, hospital, or facility environment. This assessment is appropriate to admi...
The Medical Office Personnel Skills assessment is designed to give an overall assessment of a candidate applying for a Medical Office Personnel position. The candidate will be tested on their knowledge of the skills primarily used in a medical office setting. It covers current issues in the medic...
This Medical Assistant - Basic test is designed for a person that works in a doctor's office or is a medical assistant. It is a test of basic knowledge of phone skills, universal precautions, taking of vital signs, infection control, patient information, and HIPAA understanding. The test taker wi...
This Medical Assistant - Advanced test is meant for test takers that have a higher understanding of medical issues and procedures. The test includes such topics as HIPAA regulations, clinical procedures, medical records, infection control, and pharmacology. This assessment is appropriate for Medi...
The Medisoft test is designed to assess the test taker's basic knowledge of the Medisoft program and their familiarity with entering practice and patient information. The questions focus on several broad categories: patient entry, claims management, practice management, patient transactions, and ...
The Specialty Medical Terminology tests measure knowledge of medical terms and vocabulary associated with specialty medical areas. These tests are designed for medical office personnel and administrative assistants who need to be able to understand medical terms of a specific discipline or area. 
This test is designed to evaluate nurses, pharmacy technicians, and other medical professionals on their knowledge of pharmacologic concepts and terminology. This exam assumes the test taker has a basic working knowledge of pharmacology terms and concepts. Please see our entire package of medi...
This Medical Terminology - Pediatrics test measures the ability to recognize and understand typical terminology that may be encountered by pediatrics staff in various positions with approximately one year of experience. These positions include medical coders, billers, claims processors, examiners...
The Specialty Medical Terminology tests measure knowledge of medical terms and vocabulary associated with specialty medical areas. These tests are designed for medical offer personnel and administrative assistants who need to be able to understand medical terms of a specific discipline or area. ...
This Medical Terminology - ER test measures the test taker's ability to recognize and understand typical terminology that may be encountered by ER staff in various positions with approximately one year of experience. These positions include medical coders, billers, claims processors, examiners, v...
The Medical Terminal Digit Filing test is designed to assess the test taker's knowledge of the general filing systems of terminal digit that is utilized in many Medical Record Departments as well as other health care settings. This test is appropriate to administered to applicants for positions i...
The Medical Terminology - Abbreviations test measures the knowledge of medical terms and vocabulary associated with specialty medical areas. The test is designed for medical office personnel and administrative assistants who need to be able to understand medical terms of a specific discipline or ...
This test is based on the CPT Standard Edition code book and covers some of the basic parameters of CPT coding, both in a doctor's office environment and hospital setting. The test also covers the use of the CPT coding book to look up information and how to use the appendices and glossary to find...
The Medical Collections test addresses such issues as co-payments, co-insurance, claim denial and general collections. It is appropriate to administer to individuals that have worked in the field for at least one year. Tests for Medical Terminology, Medical Billing Knowledge, and Medical Claim...
This test covers a wide array of practical knowledge for today's medical examiner. It is appropriate to administer to medical examiners as well as people working in call centers in a medical setting. Included are such skills as paying or denying claims, ICD9 and CPT knowledge, workers compensatio...
This is a test that covers several different areas of CMS form knowledge, HIPAA, billing terminology, billing procedures, and collections. The questions are meant to generally apply to any office, hospital, or facility environment.This assessment is appropriate to administer to a test takers from...
Licensed practical nurses (LPNs), or licensed vocational nurses (LVNs), care for the sick, injured, convalescent, and disabled under the direction of physicians and registered nurses. This assessment covers topical areas, such as HIPAA regulations, clinical procedures, infection control and pharm...
Assessment which highlights the preferred learning style of each individual—revealing how new hires learn best and can be most effective in their roles. The Learning Styles Questionnaire can complement existing onboarding processes by increasing understanding ofmanagers for effectively managing a...
The Joint Commission test is designed to assess the level of knowledge of administrators, clinicians, and/or managers involved in the accreditation process within a healthcare organization that are currently accredited or are actively seeking accreditation. Questions relate to what the survey pro...
The General Pharmaceutical Knowledge test is aimed at assessing the various areas of knowledge of pharmacists working within the field. This test covers patient records, pharmacy mathematics, patient counseling, prescription knowledge, prescription rules and regulations, and drug knowledge. The t...
HIPAA laws are far reaching and affect just about every American citizen. HIPAA laws were created to, among other things, protect private health information of patients, ensure an employee's ability to switch health insurance carriers, and standardize electronic code sets used to transfer private...
This Healthcare Industry Terminology assessment tests the ability of a health care worker with at least one year's experience to recognize and identify abbreviations and terms used frequently in the health care field. Such topics covered in the exam are basic drug groups, common diseases, medical...
This HBV - Infection Control/Vaccination test assesses the knowledge of a healthcare professional concerning the hepatitis B virus. This assessment covers topics such as transmission and exposure, vaccination, prevention, and safety. This test is appropriate to administer to test takers who will ...
The Cultural Diversity assessment is designed to evaluate the level of cultural awareness that administrators, nurses, doctors, and all other healthcare workers should posses. JCAHO standards require healthcare organizations to include cultural diversity and sensitivity training as part of employ...
The Engagement Indicator Assessment focuses on the extent in which the test taker is consistently involved during the job in a physically, cognitively, and/or emotionally active manner. This assessment can be used across industries. 
The Dosage Calculation test assesses the skill level of the test taker by targeting such skill areas as the ability to calculate drug conversions, knowledge of clinical procedures in context of medications, knowledge of Pharmacology, and terminology related to the medical profession. Assessmen...
The Dental Hygienist test is based on dental hygiene process of care and should be administered to established dental hygienists. This assessment covers such topics as head and neck anatomy, oral pathology, medical history, periodontal, process of care, radiology, oral infections, dental equipmen...
A Dental Assistant assists with a variety of treatment procedures, patient care, using dental instruments, taking and processing x-rays, and prepares and sterilizes instruments and equipment. This assessment covers topics such as dental anatomy, dental procedures, dental assistant role, dental te...
Numerical skills cognitive assessment which uses computer adaptive programming to minimize seat time and maximize test security. Not recommended to be used alone in the United States. 
Verbal skills cognitive assessment which uses computer adaptive programming to minimize seat time and maximize test security. Not recommended to be used alone in the United States. 
Non-verbal skills cognitive assessment which uses computer adaptive programming to minimize seat time and maximize test security. Not recommended to be used alone in the United States. 
The Medical Spelling test is in a text editing format. The test taker is required to identify whether words are spelled correctly. If necessary, the test taker uses the mouse and keyboard to edit misspelled words. This test is designed for medical office personnel and administrative assistants wh...
This test covers the various details regarding OSHA's Bloodborne Pathogens Standard Title 29 CFR 1910.1030. It reviews information and steps necessary to protect workers whose jobs put them at a reasonable risk of coming into contact with blood and other potentially infectious materials (OPIM). T...
This Age Appropriate Testing assessment is aimed at gauging the knowledge of healthcare workers when considering age specific patient issues. Topics included on this assessment cover questions related to age and health for males, females, pediatric - adolescents, and in general. The question cont...