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Choose SBBCollege! Our online Medical Office Administration degree program allows you to work on your degree when and where it works for your schedule.
The online associate’s Medical Office Administration curriculum
This online Medical Office Administration program is designed to give you the skills necessary for employment in administrative positions in medical offices and facilities. Curriculum in this program focuses on front office skills, medical billing and coding, and integrated computer applications commonly used in healthcare settings. You can train in the identification of insurance forms, electronic health records software, medical billing procedures, medical diagnostic coding, medical terminology and tracking patient medical history.
What career options are available for Medical Office Administration degree graduates?
As a graduate of this online Medical Office Administration program, you can be prepared for an entry-level position in medical records, health information technology or medical billing and coding in a wide variety of settings including private practices, clinics, hospitals and insurance billing companies.
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The Medical Office Administration online degree curriculum includes:
- Medical Office Procedures
- Medical Insurance Forms
- Medical Billing Procedures
- Electronic Health Records
- Medical Law and Ethics