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Medical Office Administration Major

Associate of Science Degree

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Medical Office Administration Mission Statement:

The Medical Office Administration program has the specific goal of adequately preparing students for entry-level employment in the medical office administrative field, including careers as a Medical Transcriptionist, Medical Billing and Coding, and Medical Administrative Assistant.

Medical Office Administration Vision Statement:

To create a learning environment in which students understand the fundamentals of medical office practices and behaviors to help them succeed in the 21st century medical environment.

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Medical Office Administration Goals:

MacCormac’s Medical Office Administration Program will ensure that students are well rounded, well educated, and well prepared for the 21st century medical world. To that end, the course of study will teach the students how to:

  • transcribe medical dictation with speed and accuracy
  • perform the duties and functions of a medical administrative assistant
  • execute the duties associated with medical coding and billing

Medical Office Administration Learning Outcomes:

  • Effectively communicate with medical professionals through personal interaction, email, telephone,  and written communication
  • Use Microsoft Office suite of applications to create, edit, print, and revise various types of professional documents in MS Word, MS Excel, MS PowerPoint, and MS Access
  • Demonstrate awareness of the breadth of the numerous aspects of the medical field as well as the opportunities contained within
  • Use specialized knowledge of technology in all real time medical applications

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