Allied's Administrative Medical Assisting Training (210 Hours)
Would you like to oversee the administrative operations of a medical office or facility? Allied's Administrative Medical Assisting Program prepares you to undertake the vital duties of the front office, from scheduling appointments and billing insurance companies to handling patient records and creating correspondence.
You'll know how to manage charts, oversee the office's finances, interact with patients and act in accordance with HIPAA rules and guidelines. Be prepared to play a key role in a smooth running medical office!
Here's how we prepare you!
- Comprehensive online lessons, exercises and interactive VMO assessments that reinforce concepts
- Multiple patient simulations that teach real-world medical office experiences
- In-depth instruction to help strengthen communication, time management and problem-solving skills
Note: The standalone Administrative Medical Assisting Program prepares you to work in the front area of a medical office or facility. If you'd like to gain additional back office skills, you can enroll in Allied's Medical Assisting Program upon completion of this program.
Administrative Medical Assisting (Front Office) Training Program (210 Hours)
Be prepared to apply your skills to the front office of any medical setting! Through Allied's medical assisting programs, you'll learn the proper techniques for answering telephones, scheduling appointments and surgeries, managing and maintaining patient charts, and creating correspondence. You'll also be prepared to perform office accounting, customer service and coding tasks, as well as employ electronic health records. An entire section is devoted to insurance claim forms, including how to determine insurance coverage, professional fees, billing, and the collections process. Lastly, you'll also be exposed to governmental policies that include OSHA, HIPAA, DEA and CLIA regulations.
Your medical administrative assistant program includes these courses:
- Medical Terminology for Administrative Assisting (45 Hours)
- Medical Administrative Assisting (80 Hours)
- Medical Billing Technology (65 Hours)
- Electronic Health Records (20 Hours)
Completion of Allied's Administrative Medical Assistant Program qualifies you to sit for the Certified Medical Administrative Assistant (CMAA) exam, offered by the National Healthcareer Association.
Upon completion of the Medical Assistant Training, you will earn a Certificate of Completion (diploma and transcript) from Allied Medical School.