MEDICAL OFFICE ADMINISTRATION
|MEDICAL OFFICE ADMINISTRATION
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This program prepares a graduate to work as an entry-level medical front office assistant, receptionist, biller/collector, appointment scheduler, or medical records clerk in healthcare centers, clinics, hospitals, ambulatory care centers, medical billing offices, and other non-medical office settings Students will learn basic office skills, learn to take patients' vital signs, create & manage medical charts and records, learn to use proper accounting & bookkeeping methods and proper methods of processing insurance authorizations, claims and billing. Graduates will also be able to perform basic first aid and CPR.
CLASSROOM-TO-CAREER SKILLS TRAINING
To prepare for a vital role in the health care field, IDTC provides comprehensive, knowledge-based training in the following areas:
Front Office Procedures
Medical Billing & Collections
Medical Office Management
The Bureau of Labor Statistics estimates that medical and health services manager jobs will grow by 32% between 2020 and 2030. That’s four times faster than 8%, the average rate for all professions, and equates to around 139,600 new jobs for healthcare administrators.
WHERE DO CERTIFIED NURSING ASSISTANTS WORK?
Following successful completion of the Patient Care Technician program, graduates can seek employment in a variety of job settings, including:
long-term care facilities
and many other healthcare service settings
As part of our commitment to your success, IDTC Career Center ensures that you have access to comprehensive information and guidance in navigating the financial process. IDTC offers financial assistance and scholarship programs to those who qualify.
HOW LONG IS THE MEDICAL OFFICE ADMINISTRATOR PROGRAM AT IDTC CAREER CENTER?
The Medical Office Administrator program at IDTC Career Center can be completed in as little as 6 Months.
WHEN DOES IDTC’S MEDICAL OFFICE ADMINISTRATOR PROGRAM START?
Call us to find out when the Medical Office Administrator program starts at IDTC. Program start dates are also listed in the catalog, which can be found at www.idtccenter.populiweb.com
WHAT IS THE MEDICAL OFFICE ADMINISTRATOR CAREER OUTLOOK?
The BLS projects employment of Medical Office Administrators will grow 11% from 2016 to 2026, which is faster than average for all occupations.
WHY SHOULD I BECOME A MEDICAL OFFICE ADMINISTRATOR?
In addition to working with patients on scheduling, billing, and insurance claims, medical office administrators also help organize files and maintain information structures and may help doctors, nurses, or scientists prepare reports or other communications.
DOES THE MEDICAL OFFICE ADMINISTRATOR PROGRAM OFFER EXTERNSHIPS?
IDTC Career Center incorporates real-world training and off-site clinical experiences in our healthcare programs.
HOW MUCH IS TUITION FOR IDTC'S MEDICAL OFFICE ADMINISTRATOR PROGRAM?
For program-specific tuition information, please see the campus catalog.