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Retaking Certification test

  1. Default Retaking Certification test
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    I recently on 11/14/09 took the certification test and did not pass. I will retake the test March 2010. I wanted to know..Do I have to buy the new 2010 CPT, HCPCS(2010) and ICD-10 manuals to retake the test? or can I use the books that i already have and used for 2009 test?

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    Milwaukee WI
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    This question has been asked and answered many times. The information is readily available on the AAPC website when you check the requirements for taking the exam.

    ICD-10 is NOT yet being used. 2010 version of ICD-9 IS being used.

    F Tessa Bartels, CPC, CEMC

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