Medical Administrative Assistant Program
Are you looking to enter the medical field or advance your already established healthcare career? Are you wondering what a medical administrative assistant (MAA) is?
With the medical industry is growing at such a rapid pace, many new opportunities are being introduced by both healthcare providers and insurance companies. Learn about the medical administrative assistant profession and discover how you can become a Medical Administrative Assistant (MAA) through Ohio Business College’s associate degree program.
Healthcare Training for Today’s Medical Offices
Employment of medical records and health information technicians is expected to increase by 21% through 2020, faster than the average for all occupations, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics.
As a medical administrative assistant, you can play a vital role in the healthcare industry as a patient’s first point of contact. Students acquire specialized and in-demand skills through OBC’s Medical Administrative Assistant training program, such as mastery of:
- Medical terminology
- Electronic health records
- Office procedures
- Computerized medical management
OBC’s medical administrative assistant school also helps students establish a strong foundation in information technology, which can enhance the organizational and communication skills necessary for a successful healthcare career.
Day and Evening Medical Administrative Assistant Classes
Your schedule is busy, and we completely understand that. Isn’t it time you were able to advance your career on your own terms? To help you return to school without putting your current job and personal obligations on hold, we offer both day and evening medical administrative assistant classes.
Learn more about the OBC Medical Administrative Assistant Programs and upcoming start dates.
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Ohio Business College’s Medical Administrative Assistant classes start on September 25, 2017.
Graduates are prepared to enter into entry-level positions such as:
- Medical records technicians
- Medical billing and coding specialists
- Medical administrative assistants
- Unit secretaries
- Patient coder analysts.
Medical administrative assistants can find work in many different types of healthcare settings. Whether in hospitals, physicians’ offices or specialized medical practices, medical administrative assistants do important work that helps patients receive effective care.