Here are some frequently asked questions about what to expect in the process of becoming a certified net revenue analyst (CNRA), including information about the requirements, the exam, and maintenance of a CNRA certification.
Achieving the CNRA credential comes with an in-depth understanding of Crowe Revenue Cycle Analytics (Crowe RCA),* which includes knowledge of:
Your organization must be a current Crowe RCA client, and you must get at least a 70 percent grade on the Crowe RCA certification examination.
Healthcare finance professionals who have a strong understanding of the core modules of Crowe RCA are ideal candidates for the exam; these professionals must also assist in the preparation or analysis of monthly net revenue.
The exam includes 200 multiple-choice questions about the Crowe RCA application, net revenue theory and reporting, and data flow.
The exam is offered twice a year. These are the upcoming dates:
Disclaimer: subject to change pending final Summit agenda.
Register for the exam by following this link
The examination fee is $400, which includes self-study training materials and a practice test.
For those unable to complete the self-study program or who may require additional training, Crowe offers an intensive, three-day training session the week of the exam for $2,400 per participant. The self-study training material, a practice examination, and the cost of the CNRA exam are all included in the fee.
For those who are studying alone, we recommend registering at least 60 days prior to the exam. For those attending the three-day training session the week of the exam, we recommend registering at least 30 days prior to the test.
Test takers are given four hours to complete the exam.
After you are certified, you will be invoiced $150 annually. Additionally, you must earn a minimum of four hours of Crowe continuing professional education (CPE) credit each calendar year. You can earn these credits by:
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