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Director's Note: Are you planning take the CCDS exam at the ACDIS conference in Nashville?

CDI Strategies, March 14, 2013

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The annual paper and pencil seating of the Certified Clinical Documentation Specialist (CCDS) exam takes place following the 6th Annual Conference in Nashville, on Thursday, May 23, from 1 – 4 p.m.

You must submit your application with your intent for this exam date and location to ACDIS Member Services Specialist Penny Richards by April 25, 2013. Email, fax and street address contact information is listed on the application. Click here to download the application. Check the box for the Nashville location in Section 7 on page 2.
 
If you have already applied for but have not yet selected a date and time for your exam, you may opt in for the Nashville test, however, you must contact Penny Richards to put your name on the Nashville exam list. Walk-ins are not eligible. Results of the paper-and-pencil exam will be available by mail four to six weeks after the exam date. For additional information, email prichards@cdiassociation.com.



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