Medical Administrative Assistant
Associate of Applied Science
You can have a rewarding and fulfilling career in healthcare without necessarily treating patients. There is a very important “business or administrative” side to medicine that helps make sure everything is running smoothly and efficiently, so doctors, nurses and other medical staff can do their jobs better.
WHAT YOU'LL LEARN
Your medical administraton degree will prepare you for and qualified for a great entry-level position in a variety of healthcare settings by teaching you the following types of skills:
- Apply coding, billing, records management, transcription and scheduling skills to administrative health care industry standards.
- Practice professional interpersonal relations with diverse patient/client customers, using knowledge of medical/legal and ethical issues.
- Perform diverse administrative responsibilities including the management and processing of information and the organization and design of communication procedures.
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