MEDICAL ASSISTANT:  Medical assistants complete administrative and clinical tasks in the offices of physicians, hospitals, and other healthcare facilities. Their duties vary with the location, specialty, and size of the practice. Medical assistants held about 891,300 jobs in 2016. Most of these assistants work in physicians’ offices, hospitals, outpatient clinics, and other healthcare facilities. Most medical assistants have postsecondary education such as a certificate. Others enter the occupation with a high school diploma and learn through on-the-job training.

MEDICAL BILLING & CODING:  Medical coders assign standardized codes to all diagnoses, treatments, tests, and procedures. Training Includes:  Clinical Knowledge. In order to assign the proper code, medical coders need to understand information in the patient’s health record. This requires an understanding of anatomy, medical terminology, pharmacology, and more. Coding. Medical coders are responsible for choosing the best code to represent the diagnoses, treatment, test, or procedure. With the mandated transition to ICD-10 fast approaching, it’s important to choose training that teaches you this code set as well.

MEDICAL OFFICE SPECIALIST: Students will learn the effective administration and communication skills required in a medical office environment. They will build a foundation in medical law and ethics, and HIPAA regulations. Students will practice using electronic medical software. 

MEDICAL SCRIBE/TRANSCRIPTIONIST: Medical transcription and editing offers you the opportunity to train from the comfort of your own home—on your schedule and at your pace—and enjoy:  Stable Career Set  Flexibility for a real work-at-home career or in a medical office/hospital can be very lucrative. A Growing Industry – Employers regularly ask for more Elite Business graduates to fill their entry-level positions.  · An opportunity to choose a work schedule that fits your life.  An Elite Business education helps you gain the skills you need to succeed right after graduation. You'll develop the skills of not only a quality medical transcriptionist but also a specialized medical transcription editor, making you more marketable as you search for a job.  Request more information today to learn how you can get started toward a rewarding medical transcription career!

ELECTRONIC HEALTH RECORD SPECIALIST:  These trained technicians organize and manage patient health data in digital and hard-copy formats, ensuring the quality, accuracy, accessibility and security of this critical documentation.  Electronic Medical Records Specialists must be able to confidently and confidentially discuss patient information with doctors, insurance personnel, healthcare administrators and other professionals, keeping a sharp eye on details and potential discrepancies in the records.

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