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Getting Started in the Computerized Medical Office: Fundamentals and Practice, 2nd Edition
Spiralbound, Softcover: 512 pages
Size: 11" x 9"
Delmar Cengage Learning
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Getting Started in the Computerized Medical Office appeals to those needing a reference to electronic patient records, software and technology. This book provides instruction regarding basic hands-on computer skills for medical office work.
Software comes packaged with each book, making it the perfect solution for distance learning
A synopses of medical billing and office management for easy review
Software offered as a networkable solution that can be purchased separately and installed at school
Office management, patient billing and medical records are all covered including coverage of medical software. Chapter cover these areas:
Intro to Computers
Medical Office Management Applications
File Maintenance: System Set-Up
Overview: Basic Concepts for Medical Administrative Staff
Entering Patient Data
Insurance Billing Routines
Posting Transactions and Secondary Insurance Billing
Patient Billing Routines
Documents Relevant to Office Management
Cindy Correa has spent the majority of her time teaching in technical schools and colleges that offer medical career programs. Most recently, she was the Allied Health Educational Coordinator and senior instructor at City University of New York at Queens College. Cindy was responsible for the initial creation and curricula development of at least seven certificate programs of the Allied Health Program and extended her expertise to satellite courses in outlying adult education programs. Her experience and understanding of the dynamics and challenges of teaching in technical schools, including computer lab courses, has helped create a book that facilitates instructors and students. Her experience working in the private practice and administrative hospital environments includes oncology, cardiovascular surgery, pulmonology, and thoracic surgery.
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