Recognising Clinical Coding ACC Professionalism

Andrew Lawrence, Monmouth’s Managing Director, and Claire Noble ACC, Monmouth’s Professional Lead for Coding Assurance, were delighted to present the Monmouth Partners Awards to the top 14 candidates that passed the National Clinical Coding Qualification (NCCQ). The Institute of Health Records & Information Management (IHRIM) Awards Ceremony, held in London today, recognised the importance of clinical coding in the delivery of safe clinical care, planning, commissioning and payment of services.

Speaking at the ceremony, Andrew praised the professionalism of all who had achieved ‘Accredited Clinical Coder’ status.  “The ACC qualification is an essential benchmark, recognising high-quality clinical coding.  To achieve the top marks is truly an outstanding perconal and professional milestone.  We are delighted to continue our long-standing support for the IHRIM in recognising excellence in the field.”

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