Medical records technicians, also called health information technicians, work in doctor's offices, hospitals and clinics to manage and maintain patient records. programme in medical records technology train students in the computer skills, legal knowledge and medical terminology required to maintain health records.
Individuals who are interested in a career in medical records technology can train through this programme
Both types of programs offer courses in medical terminology, ethics, legal issues and medical office procedures. Students learn about billing and insurance coding methods as well as how to use medical office software.
Is it right for me?
- Administrative Assistant
- Hospital Ward/Unit Clerk
- Medical Administrative Assistant
- Medical Office Assistant
- Medical Receptionist
- Medical Records Clerk
- Medical Secretary
- Medical Support Staff
- Patient Representative
What will I learn?
- The Receptionist and Medical Office Environment
- Filing Procedures
- Medical Records
- Written Correspondence
- Processing Mail and Telecommunications
- Health Insurance and Systems
- Procedural and Diagnostic Coding
- Office Managerial Responsibilities
- Financial Management of the Medical Practice
- Seeking a Position as an Administrative Medical Assistant
- Medical terminology
- Medical records coding
- Medical ethics
- Law and medicine
- Accounting and billing procedures
- Insurance procedures
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