Use of RCCIR Credential

Certification and Recognition

Candidates who pass the test will receive a certificate suitable for framing with the designation as a Radiology Certified Coder in Interventional Radiology (RCCIR). These RCCIRs will also receive the RCCB® e-Newsletter, and have their name published on the RCCB® Web site.

Guidelines for Use of RCCIR 

The RCCIR designation, as well as trademarks, logos, examinations and other materials of the RCCB®, are the exclusive property of the RCCB® and may not be used unless explicitly authorized by the RCCB®.

RCCIR Recertification 

The RCCIR certification is valid for two years. RCCIRs must adhere to the RCCB® standards, policies and procedures, and obtain 12 CEUs approved by RCCB® over two years to receive recertification. Alternatively, you may retake the exam.

Revocation of RCCIR 

RCCIR certification may be revoked under the following circumstances:

  • Exclusion from participation in the Medicare or Medicaid program, or conviction of, or if you pled guilty or nolo contendre to, a criminal offense involving federal or state health care laws.
  • Conviction of a health care related felony.
  • Submission of falsified or misleading application or test.
  • Violation of the RCCB® standards, policies or procedures.

Before any credential is revoked, RCCIRs will be provided with a notice of the reason for the proposed revocation and an opportunity to explain their position to the RCCB® Appeals Committee and in accordance with such other policies as may be established by the RCCB®.

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