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Your Career as an Administrative Medical Assistant

Posted by Chad Sines on Mon, Jan 07, 2013 @ 08:00 AM

Administrative Medical AssistantBehind every successful healthcare provider is a hard-working administrative medical assistant. Without medical assistants to handle patient records, scheduling, referrals, billing, and other logistical support, hospitals and physician’s offices would quickly descend into chaos. An aging population and increased access to medical care has created huge growth in the healthcare industry. More hospitals, doctor’s offices, rehab facilities, and managed care homes are opening up every year. And every one of those healthcare providers needs people who are trained in administrative medical assisting. With a projected increase of 31%, administrative medical assisting is growing at more than twice the average for all job categories. People who are looking for a positive career change that offers competitive pay, good benefits, and long-term stability needn’t look any farther than becoming an administrative medical assistant.

At Med-Line, we’ve been preparing students to work in the healthcare industry for more than two decades. Our curriculum is designed to exceed current industry standards, and our fully credentialed instructors are the best in the industry. Within the healthcare industry, our commitment to excellence puts our students head-and-shoulders above other applicants. After you complete our administrative medical assisting program, you’ll be a highly desirable candidate for healthcare providers across the country. If you’re tired of your job, and would like to pursue a real career in healthcare, our administrative medical assisting course can help you get started.

Our course is designed to teach you all aspects of administrative medical assisting in just six short months. During those six months, you’ll learn how to interact with patients in a healthcare setting. You’ll learn how to accurately enter data, schedule appointments, and coordinate with other providers. We’ll also teach you how to complete and submit necessary forms like admittance sheets, invoices, insurance forms, and lab reports. By the end of the course, you’ll be able to handle all of the important administrative tasks that make a busy healthcare office run smoothly.

During that time, you’ll also learn the terminology and abbreviations commonly used in medical offices. This will allow you to competently and confidently handle medical documentation like patient records and medical charts. You’ll also learn about the legal and ethical requirements associated with medical records, patient information, and insurance billing. Knowing how to do the job makes you valuable—knowing how to do it according to the most recent legal and ethical standards makes you invaluable.

At Med-Line, we know that it takes more than a textbook to learn how to do a job well. That’s why our lessons are practice based, with exercises designed to simulate real-world situations. We use realistic office situations to teach you how to quickly and confidently apply the knowledge you’ve gained. Expert instructors will not only teach you how to do things, but why they are done that way. By understanding the reasoning behind different processes, you’ll have immediate insight into how to react in similar situations. Once completed, our administrative medical assisting course will have you prepared for a variety of certification exams that can further enhance your career.

At Med-Line, we are committed to seeing our students excel academically and professionally. We offer the only curriculum that covers all of the knowledge, theory, and skills you need to be a successful administrative medical assistant. In six short months, our comprehensive courses will make you an invaluable asset to any healthcare provider’s office. You’ll be on your way to a long, lucrative career as a medical assistant. With our reputation, and your hard work, you’ll finally be able to get off the job treadmill and start enjoying the rewards of a real career.

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Topics: Administrative Medical Assisting