According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics medical administrative assisting jobs will grow 12 percent between 2012-2022
Three quarters, 55.5 credits
Do you want to become a key teammate on a healthcare team? If you see yourself using office skills to navigate medical offices then a career as a Medical Administrative Assistant (MAA) could be for you.
Our Medical Administrative Assistant Program prepares you with the administrative office skills needed for employment as a Medical Administrative Assistant.
A typical day on the job includes: Updating medical histories, transcribing notes, arranging for patient hospitalization, processing insurance forms, and overseeing office inventory and medical supplies.
Our Program Includes:
- Electronic Medical Records
- Insurance and coding
- Financial spreadsheets
- Customer service
After completion, you will have knowledge of the business, administrative and communications aspects for working in clinics, hospitals, and administrative medical offices. This program includes an externship that offers hands-on training, CPR certification and knowledge of medical terminology necessary for interacting with physicians, peers, other healthcare workers, non-healthcare workers, and patients.
Our program is designed for graduates to take the Medical Administrative Assistant National Exam.
GE Data: Gainful Employment
Students must pass the CASAS at the appropriate level. In addition, a high school diploma or GED® documentation is required.