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Last Modified: 10/14/2022 Location: FL, PR, USVI Business: Part A, Part B

Medicare billing certificate programs

The programs are designed to provide education on Part A and Part B of the Medicare program. They include required web-based training (WBT) courses, readings, and a list of helpful resources. After you successfully complete the program(s), CMS will send you a certificate in Medicare billing.
To participate in the Part A and/or Part B provider type program: Visit external link, and select “Web-Based Training,” under Events & Training.
The MLN LMS gives you free, immediate access to MLN educational products and WBT courses, many of which provide continuing education credits. You must have a registered account and log on to the system to view and order educational products and or enroll in WBT courses.
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