It isn't an preemployment test, it is an actual certification test. For each specialty that you will be coding for them, they require you to take their internal test, the SCC credential. Unfortunately, I think it is a pretty much useless certification outside of McKesson.
You will not be required to take it until you have been there for awhile and get a feel for the specialty they will have you code, which is good since they have a habit of sticking you in specialties you don't really have experience in.
I believe if you do not pass the first time (don't think there are any retakes) you will have all of your work audited and must pass at something like 97%.
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