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Medical Administration

The Medical Office Administrative performs both administrative and clinical duties, business office support and customer relations.

Administrative duties may include:

  • Clerical work
  • Working the front office
  • Preparing health records
  • Business side and client relationships
  • Scheduling appointments
  • Managing medical supplies
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    Why Medical Administrative Assisting?

    Medical Administrative Assisting: The Living Arts difference

    The Medical Administrative Assistant will act as a responsible, professional member of the medical team...

    This is a position that demands knowledge of anatomy, medical terminology & procedures, and impeccable communication skills.

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    Administrative duties may include:

  • Computer and business support
  • Greeting patients
  • Filing insurance claims
  • Answering incoming calls
  • Day-to-day office functions
  • Why Living Arts?

    Why Living Arts?

    Focused Training
    This program provides professional development to those who will seek entry level employment as a Medical Administrative Specialist.

    The Medical Administrative Specialist is employed in doctors' offices, clinics and hospitals. The graduate is qualified to contribute specialized knowledge toward medical secretarial and medical receptionist roles and/or medical transcription, medical insurance reporting, coding and billing. Duties may extend to obtaining medical histories, handling phone and recordkeeping plus contributing to medical office care.

    Job Growth
    This is a fast paced growing field projects to grow more than 20% in most areas by 2022, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics. Learn details on working in doctor's offices, clinics, and hospitals in each course!

    Affordability of Programs
    No where will you find and institution so focused on making your education as valuable AND as affordable at the same time. Fixed, low cost tuition, materials & uniforms included.

    This career may put you in the center of contact in the medical office where your new skill sets will go to work supporting administrative needs, patient reception, systems of office organization, information sharing and many varied tasks.

    Length of Programs
    This medical office training in North Carolina is built on essential knowledge pathways that include lecture and computerized application plus a supervised externship experience. In total, there are 21 courses of study 59 credits delivered in 892 hours of rigorous study and practice that contribute to graduation. Class size is limited to 24 students. Normal completion time for day students is 11 months. Evening students plan to complete study in approximately 18 months.

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