Medical Office Training

Medical Office programs give students the skills they need to obtain entry-level positions as medical/dental office administrators. These skills include records management, bookkeeping, billing, collection, data entry, transcription, typing, word processing, scheduling, and telephone communication. Some programs train students to become claims processors who calculate benefits for employee benefits plans. Graduates may work as medical office assistants, medical secretaries, medical bill collector, and insurance claims processors.

Programs cover a number of areas of study, including computerized patient billing, office administration, medical office procedures, machine transcription, medical terminology, medical coding, physiology, and anatomy. Many programs focus heavily on business productivity software, such as Word, Excel, and PowerPoint. An emphasis is usually placed on interpersonal and professional communication skills. They learn how to interact with both medical personnel and patients.

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