The Radiation Oncology Certified Coder (ROCC®) Program was designed specifically for the Radiation Oncology community.
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ROCC® Certification

  • The ROCC® Program is offer exclusively by AMAC®.
  • To qualify to sit for the exam, candidates must obtain 6 ROCC® CEUs within one year prior to taking the exam. ROCC® CEUs can be earned by attending seminars, webinars, or watching recorded webinars.
  • Documentation of the CEUs must be provided with the application to sit for the exam.

ROCC® Recertification

  • The recertification period for the ROCC® member is two years.
  • During the two year period, the ROCC® member must obtain documentation of at least 12 CEUs.
  • Six of the 12 CEUs must come from ROCC®.
  • Other CEUs that we consider for credit are AAPC, ASRT, AHIMA, SROA and SATRO. Each non-ROCC® CEU will be considered at .5 CEUs when approved.
  • Visit our store for Recertification Information and to purchase your ROCC® Recertification.
Additional information can be found below or visit our store to find out more on How to Become a ROCC® Member.
The ROCC® designation indicates qualification for documenting, coding and billing all modalities in Radiation Oncology and understanding that methodologies of radiation delivery may vary according to the practice, facility and equipment. ROCC® members represent all types of billing - global, professional, and technical. ROCC® members represent all professionals involved in Radiation Oncology - from clinical to staff positions.

What You Will Learn



The ROCC® Study Guide provides an outline for independent study in preparation for the ROCC® Exam. Once the ROCC® Exam is passed, the program provides a process to help members stay informed of ongoing trends in Radiation Oncology through the AMAC® Update emails, AMAC® Bulletin Board, and discounts towards educational opportunities such as webinars, recorded webinars, and seminars. Buy Now - $199
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Get Started

ROCC® members represent all professionals involved in Radiation Oncology - from clinical to staff positions. For more information on becoming a ROCC® member, please contact us at 770.693.6031 or email at

How to Become a ROCC® Member

Once you have passed the ROCC® Exam, you automatically become a ROCC® Member. As a ROCC® member, you have complimentary access to the AMAC® Bulletin Board and a subscription to the ROCC® Solid Newsletter. You also receive discounts on any AMAC® seminar or webinar you choose to attend.

ROCC® Study Guide

The ROCC® Study Guide, which is updated annually, is a comprehensive manual which includes helpful information such as terminology, codes, resources and a 150 question practice exam, to assist in your success in passing the exam. The study guide can also be used when taking the ROCC® exam.

Exam Registration

Submit the required forms and obtain the prerequisite CEUs to sit for the exam. Cost to sit for the ROCC exam is $495. The ROCC® exam is offered after select AMAC® seminars and events or may be taken remotely at Pearson VUE testing centers across the United States (Remote exams are subject to a 10% convenience fee).